White Girl Bleed a Lot, Knockout Game, black on white crime.
And how the media ignore black mob violence.
info_outline Even Megyn Kelly couldnt ignore this black on white hostility. 11/20/2020
Even Megyn Kelly couldnt ignore this black on white hostility. The greatest thing rich people love about money is that it shelters them from day to day argy bargy. But no matter how much money you have, sometimes the argy bargy gets really, really, really, REAL. That’s what happened to Megyn Kelly recently on the streets of New York City: And she did not like it one bit.
info_outline WOC cat fight -- women of color 11/11/2020
WOC cat fight -- women of color After not making the black kids angry, the #1 Rule is NEVER do anything to challenge the place black women play in the racial grievance industry. They are #1. That’s it. That’s what actress Eva Longoria discovered this week when she tried to give Latina women credit for the Biden-Harris victory. She was excoriated.
info_outline Barbie the Doll and Oprah join forces to fight white racism 11/10/2020
Barbie the Doll and Oprah join forces to fight white racism One of America’s most enduring and popular cultural figures has decided she can no longer be silent about the scourge of white racism and black victimization. So she is speaking out! I am of course talking about Barbie, Barbie the Doll. She has just released a video with Black Barbie about white racism. And it is becoming a thing. Good time to remember some other cultural icons and what they have to say about white racism. Who can forget Oprah’s famous cure for white racism: Old white people have to die.
info_outline Dave Chapelle jumps the shark 11/09/2020
Dave Chapelle jumps the shark Sooner or later it happens to most comedians. Even the great ones. They stop being funny. Latest example is the once great Dave Chapelle, who on the recent Saturday Night Live could not buy a laugh during his 15 minute set. Maybe its because everything he said was a lie.
info_outline Cure for the post election blues 11/04/2020
Cure for the post election blues No matter if the election turned out the way we wanted or not, everyone feels the post election blues. A let down. There’s no better cure for your post election blues than a good helping of truth about black violence and media mendacity. Including a debut from a new singing talent — The Reverend Bacon — who performs a stirring rendition of that Classic from Allan the Barbershop Guy, Please Don’t Be My Neighbor. I happen to know that Mr. Rogers’ last words were “Colin, please use my song to spread the word about the Greatest Lie of our Generation.” Will do, Mr. Rogers.
info_outline Voting Schmoting Black violence proceeds regardless 11/03/2020
Voting Schmoting Black violence proceeds regardless Voting Schmoting. Regardless of the time of the year, black violence proceeds apace. Just don’t tell anyone!
info_outline Birth of A new America? 11/02/2020
Birth of A new America? For better of worse, we are witnessing the birth of a new America. A place where cops are heroes — or villains. Where hard working Americans are good — or the source or al evil. Where black people are victims of white racism — or victims of their own delusions. And we are seeing tons of examples in America right now where people are choosing sides Right Now.