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Senator Elizabeth Warrxn points out that redlining, the cause of Everything Bad in the current year, is how FDR forced so many nonwhites to live along the beach in Malibu and therefore be victimized by climate change-induced rising sea levels.

Also, Emmett Till.

And implicit bias.

 
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  1. Soooo, the plot thickens. Who knew that FDR understood these inconvenient truths YEARS before they we were informed of them by the inventor of the internet? Perhaps there is an American Pravda article coming…

  2. Anon[889] • Disclaimer says:

    I love this one: “Redlining often pushed people of color into neighborhoods that were vulnerable to climate change.”

    What? If you had to move one neighborhood over, you got global warming, and your neighbors didn’t?

    HAHAHAHA! Warren’s going to lose because of stupid-mouth syndrome.

    During the 20th century, there was a great wave of blacks moving out of the south and into northern cities for manufacturing jobs. The people who put them into those northern inner cities were themselves, not whites What’s more, the ‘climate change’ blacks got was having to learn how to shovel snow and drive on ice. It sure wasn’t global warming, for God’s sake.

    Supposedly the B-name guy has moved into first place in Iowa over Warren, and I can see why.

    • Replies: @Cato
    , @Reg Cæsar
    , @anon
    , @eugyppius
  3. BB753 says:

    OK, so she’s more stupid than Hillary and Biden combined! I can’t wait to see her debate Trump.

    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
    , @Charon
  4. Ian Smith says:

    The Left has really gotten into this “climate justice”, “environmental justice” thing. No more talk about protecting wildlife, cleaner energy, reducing pollution, or anything to do with, you know, the environment. Everything now is :”How can this be used as a cudgel to beat white?”

    • Agree: Hail
  5. Dtbb says:

    The breathless hysteria of the lead in to this story was hysterical. Redlining Tampa style.
    https://www.fox13news.com/news/little-known-flooding-designation-in-tampa-could-mean-hefty-costs-for-homeowners

  6. J.Ross says:

    I almost lost it at “Warrxn” but made it as far as “neighborhoods vulnerable to climate change.”
    “Gather round the map, boys. Darkies movin’ in. Never fret, your buddy has the guaranteed cure. Notice this strip by the highway. Notice that it’s far, far closer to the sun than Old Town or the suburbs.”

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
  7. Not Raul says:

    If Warren gets nominated, Trump has a good chance of beating her. A natural politician she is not.

    • Replies: @Hail
  8. If I recall correctly, it was redlining that pushed Emmett Till into the Mississippi Delta region, without which he might be alive today.

  9. Mike1 says:

    She has to be using a random phrase generator at this point.

    • Replies: @anon
  10. Arclight says:

    I have read in several places from people that are familiar with Warrxn’s academic work that she is genuinely bright, but then I read ham-fisted attempts to establish a Grand Unified Theory of Wokeness like this, and I wonder. Obama used to drive me nuts with his professorial demeanor and tendency to make everything about himself, but I could at least see he had brains and didn’t actually believe half of the stuff he said.

    • Replies: @Anon
  11. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has become one big Titania McGrath joke.

    ========= McGRATH for President =========

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  12. Our host is tight with the “reaction comments” now (3 per rolling 8 hours), so:

    LOL!

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    and a few more for the road:

    LOL!

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    You know, Jimmy Carter’s run-in with that big rabbit in the swamp is kid stuff compared to the stupidity out of the mouths of politicians of the current-era.

    • LOL: Buzz Mohawk
  13. @BB753

    She’s a prime example of everything wrong with affirmative action. Not only did she steal the spot, but intellectually, she’s just not capable enough to be at that level of con artistry. That “Harvard law professor” on her resume has boosted her up to heights she is about to fall from, because she does not belong there.

  14. BenKenobi says:
    @J.Ross

    “Warrxn” is a flawless reduction of her whole schtick. Too bad it’s a Steve-ism and subject to his anti-viral effect.

    I seem to remember one of the commenters here coined “Picohontas”, but I can’t be certain. That was a good one too.

  15. anonymous[138] • Disclaimer says:

    She seems to be getting wackier and more extreme as time goes on. Was she always like this but just hid her true opinions or has she simply been an opportunist all her life? Her history shows her to have been a congenital liar from the very beginning. Right about now she’s achieved maximum disgustingness. Who is sleazier and stupider, her or Biden?

  16. “Redlining often pushed people of color into neighborhoods that were vulnerable to climate change or faced more pollution risks. ”

    This is one of the dumbest statements ever made. So, what, POC pre redline neighborhoods had less pollution than the ones they were moved into? Doubtful. Also, how is one neighborhood more vulnerable to climate change than another one? Were their previous neighborhoods absent any change in climate? Were they a static 73 degrees year round?

    POC face more pollution risks because they tend to create the pollution that exists around them.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    , @Joe Stalin
  17. Cato says:
    @Anon

    I love this one: “Redlining often pushed people of color into neighborhoods that were vulnerable to climate change.”

    I love it too. Trump campaign staff, please take note.

  18. Peterike says:

    Well blacks never shut up, so there’s more CO2 in their neighborhoods. Which makes it hotter. Or something.

  19. @MikeatMikedotMike

    If you are poor you sometimes can’t afford to live in more desirable locations away from the glue factory or lead smelter.

  20. anon[178] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mike1

    he has to be using a random phrase generator at this point.

    Maybe more like an old Rolodex with Wokemon dog-whistles on each card. Her campaign interns are scrolling through them at speed to try and hit the sweet spot that not only wins the nomination but defeats Bad Orange Man. Sometimes they spin the Rolodex a little bit too fast and come up with an odd combination.

  21. Jack D says:
    @Steve Sailer

    Right, and you might also live in the flood prone lowlands.

    But this has nothing to do with redlining. Redlining was done to neighborhoods that were ALREADY poor (and black). It was just an underwriting thing- don’t lend money in these declining neighborhoods because the value of the collateral is going to go down and you’ll end up losing money on those mortgages. But that would be noticing. Noticing is bad.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  22. Barnard says:

    I think this is what Bloomberg is considering running against. He would enter the race and essentially force Warren and the others to defend lunatic comments like this during debates. He is too radioactive with their primary voters to get traction doing that, but it would be nice to see someone do it. There is no way the party gets Wall St money for downballot races if Warren is the nominee.

    • Replies: @Anon
  23. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Arclight

    Warren’s a terrible campaigner, and it’s a wonder she made it into her Senate job. She sounds very overrehearsed and fake whenever she does TV spots. Her SJW jargoning is aimed at the leftist of the left, and to everyone else, it sounds nutty. She must be living in a bubble if she thinks she’s marketing herself to America.

    • Replies: @Arclight
  24. Charon says:
    @BB753

    OK, so she’s more stupid than Hillary and Biden combined!

    You don’t have to be smart to win in politics. You just have to be cynical.

    In fact, too much brains is a hindrance. How many presidents in memory have been legitimate brainiacs? Now how many have been cynical?

    Everyone here crowing about how stupid but cynically calculated remarks will sink this woman’s chances is betraying a certain lack of understanding.

    • Replies: @BB753
    , @dfordoom
  25. Anon[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @Barnard

    My suspicion is that Bloomberg with do this: Run hard for the Dem nomination, but if he doesn’t get it, he’ll run third party with the intention of pulling away enough votes from the Dems to put Trump back in office. I suspect he prefers Trump to anyone on the left, because he knows Trump won’t tax him into oblivion. It was when Warren became the front runner and start spouting off about her tax the billionaires plan than Bloomberg suddenly started talking about entering the race again. This is not an accident, and I’ll bet Bloomberg got a LOT of phone calls from other billionaires begging him to run right after Warren released her tax plan. Warren scares the heck out of them, and they think she’s serious.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
  26. @MikeatMikedotMike

    The illegal aliens near the Midwest Generation coal fired power plant in Pilsen whined and complained and got the power plant shut down in Chicago. I know the neighborhood has plenty of illegals because the Benito Juarez Academy down the street from the plant expanded out to accommodate the huge number of Mexican illegals attending as evidenced by the Mexican flag flying in the school yard.

  27. Ano says:

    Unarguably true Mr Sailer; however (respectfully), the fumes from factories and smelters (let alone cars) are the least of negro health concerns (the causes of which as you know are nearly 100% either self-inflicted, or inflicted by their fellow American negro (whether gangsta or gangsta-politician), or due to the (deliberately?) deleterious effects of liberal-progressive social policies).

  28. Ano says:

    Poor Elixabeth,

    Still can’t win the Plantation vote from Creepy Joe, in spite of publically supporting ca$h reparations as well as her plan to throw $$$ in subsidies to boost negro homeownership (again!).

    I’m sorry about redlined negroes in the past, but today’s negroes are getting side-lined into geographical irrelevance: racially cleansed (as Mr Sailer has written) out of some of most desirable parts of the country/a city by Liz’s beloved fellow progressives, fellow Democrat politicians, or her beloved immigrants (legals and aliens).

    I wonder if one day a future Liz Warren type of presidental hopeful will tweet promises of providing displaced American negroes electricity and water to their Soweto style shanty-townships sprawling across dusty plains in the middle of nowhere

  29. Mr. Anon says:

    By now, the term “Climate Change” is almost devoid of any actual meaning. It could be replaced in virtually any sentence containing it with “Evil Spirits”, “The Joker”, or “Inter-dimensional Surf-Nazis” with no loss in exaplanatory power.

    • Agree: Haruto Rat
    • Replies: @Stephen Paul Foster
  30. I love Warren as a candidate, personally, although not because I love her policies, or love her as a person, or love her clumsy tweets.

    The billionaire donors/chamber of commerce types/Mitt Romney types have, for years, believed that the best way to safeguard their wealth was to flood the country with cheap labor. Lower wages, more toilet paper sales, etc. With the Warren candidacy, the Sanders candidacy, perhaps the scales will fall from their eyes.

    The whole reason one gets to be a billionaire is because there is a relatively large, competent, go-along-get-along class of white male worker bees who provide the social structure that makes vast accumulations of wealth possible. Take that away and your stock market wealth is just toilet paper. Are there lots of billionaires today in Caracas?

    If Bill Gates is going to bring in H1Bs, I’m going to feel zero desire to help him out when that big blue wave decides he gets to give them 6% of his wealth each year. Not my fight. But perhaps if he wised up we could be allies.

    The guy I don’t want is somebody like Bloomberg, champion of the browns and billionaires. Been doing that for almost 1/3 of a century now. Might as well call him Clinton IV (or Bush V).

    • Replies: @anon
  31. I thought her big thing was just lowering credit card interest rates a little. What happened to that?

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
  32. @Anon

    What? If you had to move one neighborhood over, you got global warming, and your neighbors didn’t?

    In the Cleveland area, “one neighborhood over” can make a big difference:

    In Detroit and Buffalo, San Diego and El Paso, one neighborhood over can put you in another country. However, should you do that in the latter two, climate will be the least of your worries:

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
  33. Malcolm Y says:

    Emmit Till was so despondent over pollution and climate change he hanged himself.

  34. @Buzz Mohawk

    Well, going down a rabbit hole leads you to their Warren, doesn’t it? And no one is better at going down rabbit holes than Liz.

    Thing is, Liz is Br’er Fox. Donald Trump is Br’er Rabbit, pulled from the Twitter Tar Baby and happily thrown into the briar patch.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
  35. anon[112] • Disclaimer says:
    @SimpleSong

    With the Warren candidacy, the Sanders candidacy, perhaps the scales will fall from their eyes.

    So far the main reaction has been fear and outrage over the idea of a wealth tax. At least that’s what I’ve seen on CNBC, Bloomberg and the WSJ.

  36. anon[504] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    It’s trolling.
    Sure, no one believes that she believes this, but who really believed that Trump was going to Build The Wall?

  37. My favorite part of the Emmett Till story is that by modern standards he committed a #MeToo violation. Now, other factors may mitigate the severity of the violation.

    • Agree: Charon
  38. @Reg Cæsar

    This is true in Buffalo as well. The Bills stadium is in Orchard Park, southeast of Buffalo proper. Five years ago they had to move their game against the Jets to Detroit because they received so much snow. Meanwhile, UB Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bulls, hardly got any snow, because it is located in Amherst, which is northeast of Buffalo proper. The two stadiums are 15½ miles apart, which is enough to cause a big difference in snow fall.

  39. @Reg Cæsar

    Thing is, Liz is Br’er Fox. Donald Trump is Br’er Rabbit, pulled from the Twitter Tar Baby and happily thrown into the briar patch.

    So who’s the Tar Baby?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  40. More than ever before, C.P. Snow’s “Two Cultures” analysis is applicable.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Two_Cultures

  41. eugyppius says:
    @Anon

    It seems like every time Warren reads the woke talking points she finds a new way to get it wrong, which is fairly hilarious.

    In this case the longstanding progressive project has been to mix climate change (which only white people care about) with things that brown or black people care about, to induce brown or black people to also care about climate change, which with a few exceptions (AOC) will never happen.

    The preferred line of attack is therefore the doctrine of climate justice, which holds that refugees from the global south are entitled to immigrate en masse to the global north, because wealthy northerners caused the climate change that has made their homelands uninhabitable. Before climate change everything was peachy in Africa, the Sahara did not exist, and the subcontinent represented the pinnacle of human achievement.

    Sadly there no good way to make black people care about climate change. Climate justice can’t be pressed too zealously with blacks around, lest it occur to anybody that mass immigration from the global south is contrary to black interests. However boring it may be, wokeness with respect to blacks thus has no climate, only justice: Redlining and Jim Crow and the legacy of slavery and 1618 and so forth. (The obvious way to work it in the climate would be to say that blacks built the modern-day industrial economy which is now causing global warming, but then that would seem to implicate blacks in climate change, rather than victimize them, and so we don’t do that.)

    Warren like a boomer who just learned wokespeak yesterday ignores the rhetorical categories that are designed to prevent open contradiction. She just throws all this garbage together and ends up saying that redlining causes climate injustice.

    • Replies: @Bill
    , @Reg Cæsar
  42. Who made the discovery of the Red Lining tragedy?

    Eugene GENIUSZ Coates

    Author of some of the wokest Comics ever written

  43. @obwandiyag

    Credit card debt has been traded for student loan debt. More Dem primary voters are screaming about the latter than the former.

  44. @Mr. Anon

    “By now, the term “Climate Change” is almost devoid of any actual meaning. ”

    Yeah, the left’s attack vocabulary is now empty of any meaning. It’s just a lexicon of abuse:

    “Racist” = evil person
    “Sexist” = evil man
    “Homophobe” = evil heterosexual
    “Hate speech” = evil words
    “Whiteness” = evil

    • Agree: El Dato
  45. @Steve Sailer

    Nothing like this has been true since before the 1960’s. My wife’s hometown town of Park Forest, IL doesn’t have any glue factories, Steve. But it has lots of poor people… now. In the midwest towns that remain after the manufacturing was outsourced are more impoverished now than they were when those icky plants were operating.

    • Replies: @Jack D
  46. Thea says:

    It doesn’t really matter how idiotic this message sounds. The message received is “ white people are the cause of all brown people’s problems regardless how obscure and I’m gonna make ‘em pay!”

    It’s going to come down to how many people of each tribe vote.

  47. Arclight says:
    @Anon

    I wrote elsewhere that I think her Achilles heel is that black voters will probably not turn out in the same numbers as they did for Hillary (2016 could at least be framed as some kind of preservation of the Obama legacy), and that in 2016 only 85 of black men voted for Hillary and I’d imagine that number will be even lower with Warren. That’s obviously bad news in OH, MI, WI, and PA, although the other wildcard is how many suburban white ladies vote for Trump or go Democratic.

    • Replies: @indocon
  48. Bill says:
    @eugyppius

    AOC is on the payroll, so she doesn’t count.

  49. I hope Senator Warren stays in the race as long as possible. She’s comedy gold!

    Don’t forget 1619, Mr. Sailer!

    • Replies: @Haha
  50. indocon says:
    @Arclight

    Not any less than what did in 2016, this is why against her he is a lock. My concern is that waking up in 2021 we might find ourselves with Trump maybe getting >50% Hispanic men and media suddenly realizing that he needs deridingly to berate him to sign amnesty to keep them. Come think about it, at this point for I will gladly trade amnesty for all here before 2014 + medicare for all + complete shutdown of border.

  51. Hail says: • Website
    @Not Raul

    She has yet to come out in favor of putting a certain percentage of white people in gulags to help solve the Race Problem. But there is still time.

  52. I appreciate that you mentioned Emmett Till. The awful racist murder of young Emmett is ignored by the media. Just as the white controlled media wants to cover up the terrible history of red-lining, they seek to hide the story of Emmett Till’s murder at the hands of a white mob.

    Also, the Holocaust.

    There really are only four critical narratives in all of human history; black women’s hair, Emmett Till, red-lining and the Holocaust.

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
    • Replies: @Escher
  53. BB753 says:
    @Charon

    Right, but Trump is more cynical and worldly than Warren. He can easily run circles around her. She doesn’t know anything outside the petty politics of the DNC and academia.

    • Replies: @Charon
  54. Jack D says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    Maybe there are no glue factories left but there are still things like oil refineries and airports and interstate highways and sewage treatment plants and rich people still don’t like living right next to those.

    OTOH, in terms of vulnerability to climate change, rich people DO like living next to beaches so they are going to be MORE affected by rising sea levels than people who can’t afford waterfront property.

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
  55. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Charon

    You don’t have to be smart to win in politics. You just have to be cynical.

    In fact, too much brains is a hindrance. How many presidents in memory have been legitimate brainiacs? Now how many have been cynical?

    Yep.

    Everyone here crowing about how stupid but cynically calculated remarks will sink this woman’s chances is betraying a certain lack of understanding.

    Warren has now irretrievably lost the support of iSteve readers. That clearly dooms her chances of winning the nomination.

    This election cycle is going to answer at least one question – just how successful has the Great Awokening been? Has it really changed the culture? Or is there going to be a backlash from the Silent Majority? Does this Silent Majority still exist? I’m pretty sure that if it still exists it’s now a Silent Minority. Can excessive Wokeness actually cost a candidate the nomination or even the election?

    You also need to remember that all the Democrat candidates are very very Woke. For those who think Warren is too Woke what are the alternatives? The Bernie Sanders of 2019 is unbelievably Woke compared to the Bernie of 2016. Biden is Woke. All of the other candidates are Woke. Even Tulsi Gabbard is very very Woke.

    And compared to the GOP of the past the GOP of today is very Woke. Trump is Woke compared to any other Republican president in history. In fact Trump is more Woke than just about all previous Democrat presidents.

    Increasingly for the non-Woke the only alternative will be to stay home on election day.

    • Agree: HammerJack, Dissident
    • Replies: @Charon
  56. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Anon

    It was when Warren became the front runner and start spouting off about her tax the billionaires plan than Bloomberg suddenly started talking about entering the race again.

    I imagine he’ll get massive support. It’s about time someone stood up for the poor oppressed billionaires. It breaks my heart whenever I see a billionaire reduced to begging on the streets.

    Billionaires have been the forgotten people for too long!

  57. @Jack D

    My god… speak to the original point. Poor people are moved into areas subject to more pollution? You really feels that the case? Care to share any examples of this since 1965? Because with section 8, the poor are moving into middle income neighborhoods. I know you and Steve live in areas out of reach from those entitlements, and that’s good for you, but you need to rid yourself of the idea that the “poor” live “on the other side of the tracks” and all that other bullshit. MY neighborhood has its fair share of welfare cheats and section 8 cheats. We have “luxury apartments” and townhouse complexes and all other means of high density living areas being built around the middle class suburbs of Chicago (except in the townships smart enough to block the zoning of such things). Who do you think those are being built for? It ain’t the normies, Jack.

    Do a housing search within 5 miles of the Citgo Refinery in Lemont, IL and tell me if you think the poor are being moved into that area.

    The idea that the poor are moved into high pollution areas is a falsehood.

    And further, the premise of the poor, or anyone FTM, being subjected to “climate change” is an absurdity.

  58. RAZ says:

    In the last week it’s been LATINX, Trans Black Women are the backbone of the country and Redlining Minorities/Climate Change.

    Who will she pander to next? Liking her less than Bernie. Bernie may be a socialist and I can’t vote for him, but at least he isn’t pandering all the time.

  59. @Steve Sailer

    away from the glue factory or lead smelter.

    But they still have to live with the flying bullets, menthol cigarettes, crack, sandwich violence descending upon Popeye’s, and the purple drank. I think that’s worse than glue fumes.

  60. Felix M says:

    The Senator being a Peace Womxn, her family name is spelled ”Wxrren”.

  61. Mycale says:

    When did Elizabeth Warrxn turn into an insane woke lunatic? She got famous by talking about the finance system in common sense salt-of-the-earth terms, owing to her Native American upbringing in Oklahoma I suppose. Her record as Senator seemed to be pretty undistinguished, so that’s the image I had of her when she threw her hat in the ring. Needless to say it was really surprising to see her move to the craziest far-far-left SJW politics faster than even Castro and Booker. Has her entire campaign been this way or did she do it as a reaction to the other candidates? Is it her preemptively fending off accusations of “white privilege” or “appropriation”, to avoid getting cucked on stage like Bernie did last cycle?

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
  62. Escher says:

    E. Palo Alto, Harlem and Watts have been hot spots of global warming?
    Maybe it’s all the burning cars and buildings.
    Does anyone vet these tweets for common sense?

  63. Haha says:
    @Kaplan Turqweather

    2020 will be year of good belly laughs. She is supported by an able cast of democratic clowns like Bernie Sanders (him of the open borders), Biden (the silent one – as yet!), and a huge supporting cast of wokes, SJWs, loons and nuts. Maybe they will all cross-dress and adorn the rainbow colors to debates.

    • Replies: @Kaplan Turqweather
  64. Escher says:
    @Just another serf

    You forgot the mission to invite the world to America.

  65. @Haha

    The Great Intersectionalitarian Cultural Revolution!

  66. @Mycale

    Yes, she is a white woman who cynically gravy trained AA to advance her career, that’s obvious to even the left. She has to top the far left lunacy of any black or Hispanic politician beyond a doubt, she has practically no Pokemon points.

  67. Charon says:
    @BB753

    Trump is more cynical and worldly than Warren.

    That may well be true, but she is vastly more disciplined than he is. Hell, my dog exhibits vastly greater self-discipline than Trump does.

    In a setting like, say, a televised candidates’ debate that can make a big difference.

    This does not mean that my dog is running for president BTW.

    • Replies: @BB753
  68. Charon says:
    @dfordoom

    Warren has now irretrievably lost the support of iSteve readers. That clearly dooms her chances of winning the nomination.

    Yep. There’s a lot of wishful thinking going on around here. In a way it’s almost touching.

    Demographics means that a majority will vote for the Democrat candidate no matter who it is or what they do.

  69. @PiltdownMan

    So who’s the Tar Baby?

    Jack Dorsey.

  70. @eugyppius

    Before climate change everything was peachy in Africa, the Sahara did not exist

    Don’t laugh:

    Green Sahara: African Humid Periods Paced by Earth’s Orbital Changes

    • Replies: @anon
  71. BB753 says:
    @Charon

    Fat good al that discipline did to Hillary during the debates! Trump is a natural debater and Warren is not.

  72. anon[338] • Disclaimer says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Earth’s orbital changes? Get outta here with that science denialism!

    Climate Change cannot be caused by anything other than greedy wypipo industrialization carbon dioxide pollution emission into Mother Gaia’s atmosphere! I read it on the Internet! It must be true!

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