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Black guy assaults white guy.

Black guy claims the said assault occurred because the white guy initiated/invited it by calling him the n-word, thus justifying the beating.

Happens a lot across the United States, where a black individual claims racism as the reason they attacked a white person. After all, what type of white person who dares utter the n-word isn’t inviting their immediate comeuppance from a moral superior black individual?

Well, this time the black guy who assaulted the white guy in this scenario happened on an NFL field. And the attempt to justify the assault by claiming the white guy called the black dude an n-word turns out to be – as usual – a lie. [NFL finds ‘no such evidence’ of Mason Rudolph directing racial slur at Myles Garrett, ESPN.com, November 21, 2019]:

The NFL “found no such evidence” that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph directed a racial slur at Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett just prior to last week’s brawl, league spokesman Brian McCarthy said Thursday.

Garrett made the allegation during an appeal hearing with the NFL on Wednesday, sources told ESPN’s Josina Anderson and Adam Schefter.

The star defensive end issued a statement later Thursday, saying he stood by his claim and expressing disappointment it leaked.

“I was assured that the hearing was space that afforded the opportunity to speak openly and honestly about the incident that led to my suspension,” he said. “This was not meant for public dissemination, nor was it a convenient attempt to justify my actions or restore my image in the eyes of those I disappointed.

“I know what I heard. Whether my opponent’s comment was born out of frustration or ignorance, I cannot say. But his actions do not excuse my lack of restraint in the moment, and I truly regret the impact this has had on the league, the Browns and our devoted fans.”

Earlier Tuesday, the Steelers said Rudolph denied the accusation.

“Mason vehemently denies the report of being accused of using a racial slur during the incident Thursday night in Cleveland,” Steelers spokesman Burt Lauten said in a statement. “He will not discuss this accusation any further and his focus remains on preparation for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.”

The star defensive end issued a statement later Thursday, saying he stood by his claim and expressing disappointment it leaked.

“I was assured that the hearing was space that afforded the opportunity to speak openly and honestly about the incident that led to my suspension,” he said. “This was not meant for public dissemination, nor was it a convenient attempt to justify my actions or restore my image in the eyes of those I disappointed.

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“I know what I heard. Whether my opponent’s comment was born out of frustration or ignorance, I cannot say. But his actions do not excuse my lack of restraint in the moment, and I truly regret the impact this has had on the league, the Browns and our devoted fans.”

Earlier Tuesday, the Steelers said Rudolph denied the accusation.

“Mason vehemently denies the report of being accused of using a racial slur during the incident Thursday night in Cleveland,” Steelers spokesman Burt Lauten said in a statement. “He will not discuss this accusation any further and his focus remains on preparation for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.”

A white guy had his football helmet ripped off on national television by a black dude, who then utilized this helmet as a weapon, attacking the helmet-less white man. He then claims the assault happened because the white dude called him the n-word, instantly justifying the assault (in a world where treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity, beating a white guy who calls a black the n-word is worthy of immediate canonization, right?).

But it was all a lie.

Never forget we live in a country where tens of millions of white people and the entire corporate media sided instantly with Jussie Smollett, believing every aspect of his improbable story without a shred of evidence.

 

 

 
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  1. Denverguy says:

    Gee, it’s not like a black person to play the race card.

    • LOL: Charon, Ash Williams
  2. There is really only one “solution” to this:  Jussie Smollett and Myles Garrett, and all those like them, must be removed to Africa and permanently debarred from returning.  If “black fragility” is so perilous, they must be protected from Whiteness at all costs and protected from its threat.

    IOW, FO to da muddaland and don’t come back; we are DONE with you.

    • Agree: Gunga Din, brandybranch
  3. Vinnie O says:

    In what world is violent physical assault, especially with a bludgeon rather than a fist, considered the proper adult reaction to name-calling?

  4. The race screamers are always screaming that everything is racist. Screaming that someone called them a n*gger is just another aspect of that and is used to justify whatever actions they’ve engaged in. It’s their “get out of jail free” card. As for the player’s statement, I wonder who wrote that for him? It’s far too eloquent for him to have composed it himself.

    • Replies: @JoeN
  5. AceDeuce says:

    The racial attacks on whites by groids in sports is a scandal, and has been one for some time. Meanwhile, they revise history and act like Jackie Robinson was Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane instead of the POS that he was.

    • Replies: @Blackbodies
    , @Dave453
  6. They’ve been doing this for decades now. Every time one commits a wanton act of violence (usually completely random) upon a white person, they claim that the white person used the n-word. And the MSM parrots the claim entirely without skepticism.

    Speaking of Jussie, he’s now suing the City of Chicago for “malicious prosecution”. That’s the term we use whenever authorities dare to hold black criminals to account. Welcome to the Current Year.

  7. The day is fast coming when any orc claiming its victim made a racial slur–proven or not–means it avoids punishment altogether.

    Abolish “hate crime” laws White Man, before we lose what’s left of freedom, law and order.

  8. Negro has violent impulse, -> negro acts on violent impulse. No thoughts about consequences, like losing a job that pays millions for merely playing with a ball.

  9. Exador says:

    We just had the case at the Popeye’s in TN, where the black body slammed a 59 year old woman. Of course, he claimed the same thing. It’s their ‘get out of jail free card’, or so they think.

    • Agree: Charon
    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  10. Yeah right, that qb knows saying N word in that situation would be as dangerous as walking into a lions den with raw meat.
    Boycott Nfl now.

    • Agree: Oil 'n Water, unit472
  11. Unit472 says: • Website

    Let’s go back to segregated sports leagues. In the 1950s there was the NL where Willie Mays, Ernie Banks and Roberto Clemente were the big stars and the AL where Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra were the the fan favorites.

  12. @Vinnie O

    Un. ****ing. Believable.

    There isn’t a better example of the execrable double-standard applied to blacks and whites.

    A black can do nearly ANYTHING to a white. Hell, a store clerk who shot an ARMED ROBBER was castigated by the dead miscreant’s sister for defending himself. George Zimmerman was getting almost curb-stomped by a far stronger man (who had him “grounded and pounded” on a concrete sidewalk) and yet another (white!) asshole tried to KILL Zimmerman, claiming he shouldn’t have shot Martin (“you don’t respond to fists with a gun…????????“)

    This brain-dead moron Sportsball player Garrett committed assault and battery on National TV, and he belongs in prison.

    But in this Post-Modernist Cesspit we call a culture, Blacks have so many interesctional Pokeymon Points that they can claim a verbal insult is grounds for violent assault.

    The Equalist Cult is IN. SANE.

    A verbal insult is grounds for VIOLENT reprisal. Open approval of this standard of behavior is why blacks kill so many (mostly black) people. Leftist cargo cultists should be forced to OWN this.

    • Replies: @Vinnie O
  13. @Mr McKenna

    Speaking of Jussie, he’s now suing the City of Chicago for “malicious prosecution”. That’s the term we use whenever authorities dare to hold black criminals to account. Welcome to the Current Year.

    Just seeking a payoff. Chicago is run by a couple (mobbed-up) law firms, whose best cash-crop is suing the city on behalf of some black, getting their buddies in the city’s law department to make a big settlement and pocketing 20%.

  14. Starbucks’s open-bathroom policy is affecting its business, study says

    By Aimee Picchi

    November 22, 2019 / 7:24 AM / MoneyWatch

    Starbucks’ open-bathroom policy may be taking a toll by reducing the number of customer visits compared with rivals, a recent study found.

    The coffee chain opened its bathrooms to everyone in May 2018 after a store manager called the cops on two African-American men who wanted to use its bathroom while waiting for a business meeting.

    Starbucks dismissed the outside study, pointing to higher sales at its stores. “Our business has never been better,” the company said.

    Starbucks opened its bathrooms to the public in May of 2018, part of an effort to counter accusations of racism after an incident at one of its Philadelphia cafes. More than a year later, a new study suggests the policy shift is having at least one effect: reducing customer visits compared with rivals.

    Starbucks’s open-facility policy is an example of the challenges private companies can face when they offer public services, like bathrooms, according to the researchers, Umit Gurun of the University of Texas at Dallas and David Solomon of Boston College. The problem, they say, is that non-paying visitors can crowd out potential paying customers, hurting business. 

    To gauge the impact of Starbucks’s open-bathroom policy, the researchers examined anonymized cellphone location data from more than 10 million devices from January 2017 to October 2018, a span that covers a period before and after the change in the company’s rules. Then they compared the data to business at restaurants and cafes located near Starbucks shops to assess changes in customer traffic. visits. The upshot: Visits to Starbucks dipped 6.8% compared with rivals, the researchers said. 

    A Starbucks coffee cup with “Stop Calling Cops!” written on the side sits on a table as police monitor protestors demonstrating inside a Center City Starbucks, where two black men were arrested, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S., April 16, 2018. Mark Makela / REUTERS

    Starbucks dismisses the study, pointing to higher overall sales at its U.S. locations. 

    “The findings of this company-backed study are not only inaccurate, but do not take into account the habits and purchasing behaviors of our more than 100 million weekly customers,” a Starbucks spokesman said in a statement, referring to the researchers’ use of data from a company called SafeGraph. He added, “Our business has never been better.”

    Solomon of Boston College said the analysis is an independent academic study, and that they received no funding from SafeGraph, nor did the company influence their research. “Our sole relationship with them is that they provided us with the data to run the study, and we presented our results to them,” he notes.

    “Better estimate”

    Solomon said their findings and Starbucks’s report of higher sales aren’t necessarily at odds, noting that the study is capturing a more nuanced measure than sales, with the analysis comparing Starbucks customer visits to that of rival coffee sellers.

    “We claim that this gives a much better estimate of the true effects of the policy, because comparing to nearby coffee shops allows us to strip out effects like the economy growing in general, consumers drinking more coffee, and a whole lot of other things that might make Starbucks sell more or less coffee but have nothing to do with the bathroom policy,” Solomon wrote in an email to CBS MoneyWatch. 

    He added, “In other words, Starbucks went up a little bit, but matched nearby coffee shops went up a lot more.”

    To be sure, Starbucks has been battling a number of issues. For one, analysts have grown concerned about the chain’s rapid expansion and whether it might be cannibalizing its own business. New stores may be diverting 1 out of 7 transactions from older Starbucks, an analyst noted last year. It’s also facing resurgent competition from rivals such as Dunkin’ and McDonald’s, as well as a host of smaller shops.

    Shorter visits?

    Customers also spent 4.2% less time in Starbucks compared with rival coffee stores after the bathroom policy changed, the study found. 

    “Wealthier customers reduced their visits more, but black and white customers were equally deterred,” the researchers wrote in the paper. “The policy led to fewer citations for public urination near Starbucks locations, but had no effect on other similar public order crimes.”

    The dip in Starbucks visits compared with other coffee shops could also be attributable to increased use of  the company’s mobile app, which lets people order in advance through their smartphones and more quickly pick up their coffees from a location.

    But Solomon noted that it wouldn’t explain some other trends, like fewer police citations for public urination. The study found a decrease in citations for public urination near Starbucks locations compared with other areas, suggesting that Starbucks’ open-bathroom policy is providing a solution to a public health issue.

    The decline in visits relative to rival stores was most pronounced around homeless shelters,
    declining 8.3% for stores located within about 1.25 miles of shelters, compared with 4.5% for those at least 6 miles from shelters, the study said. That suggests some customers may be avoiding Starbucks in favor of rivals because of a “preference against being around populations attracted by the policy, such as the homeless,” the study noted.

    But, they added, “Even increased use by the general public of bathrooms and tables is estimated to have negative impacts, partly because people who might have previously felt compelled to make a purchase in order to sit or use the bathroom now no longer do.”

    First published on November 22, 2019 / 7:24 AM

    © 2019 CBS Interactive Inc.. All Rights Reserved

  15. loren says:

    starbucks campaign, ‘lets race together’—typical bagel stuff.

    • Replies: @Love Street
  16. @Vinnie O

    In what world is violent physical assault, especially with a bludgeon rather than a fist, considered the proper adult reaction to name-calling?

    In this world, my friend.

    The world we’ve allowed to be built up around us where blacks can use the despicable term ‘[email protected]’ in practically every sentence yet all other cultures are barred from the utterance.

    We’ve mortgaged our culture to the communists and they will use every opportunity to beat us over the head with it.

    Saying ‘[email protected]’ is like handing the blacks the nuclear launch codes.

    See? I can’t even write the term here in fear of perpetual ‘moderation’.

    • Replies: @Love Street
  17. I haven’t drank a hot cup of StarCucks overpriced, liberal piss in decades. These stats are meaningless. Only interested to know when they go out of business. On my way to DD!

  18. fondolo says:

    “no such evidence” is clearly wrong. There is the testimony of the “victim”; that is certainly “evidence.” The two were somewhat isolated when Rudolph was thrown to the ground. What other evidence could there be? Oh yes, the evidence of other players that Rudolph is known to use the “n word” How likely is that for a white NFL player. How long would it remain a secret?

    And what about Garrett? Has he made such charges in the past?

    • Replies: @Kyle Kiernan
  19. @AceDeuce

    I visited the baseball hall of fame when I passed through cooperstown a few years ago. The hypertrophic Jackie Robinson boosterism there displayed was overt and kind of embarrassing.

    • Replies: @unit472
    , @JudgeSmails
  20. Vinnie O says:
    @dc.sunsets

    My favorite “double standard” right now is Free Subway & Buses for anybody who isn’t obviously White. I worked on a project for DC Metro (The Metropolitan Transit Authority). A SUBSTANTIAL percentage of the employees are non-White, but apparently running a taxpayer-funded jobs program AT A LOSS is not enough. Now ONLY White folks will be arrested if they don’t pay fares.

    I need to go watch Hee-Haw on YouTube again.

  21. AceDeuce says:

    Anyone remember the case of Ronnie Curtis?

    Who?????

    Curtis , a groid, was a Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina in the mid 80s. He was a crappy Marine with, evidently, several issues including a drinking problem, and the (white) officer in charge of his unit had to discipline and counsel him several times, and gave the groid a poor evaluation. The groid, after the poor eval, accused the officer of racism. The Marine Corps investigated, found no evidence of the officer’s racism, and upheld the poor eval of the groid.

    Some time later, the groid stole a key to the unit’s warehouse, where he stole a large Ka-Bar combat knife.

    Late on a rainy night that same week, he got drunk, and rode his bike to the officer’s house on base, with the knife hidden in his jacket. He stashed the bike, told the officer his car broke down nearby and asked to use his phone. The officer let him in, and the groid jumped him and stabbed him, killing him instantly. The officer’s wife, who had come downstairs, was stabbed 8 times by the groid who then, to quote the investigation, “fondled her genitalia while she lay dying”.

    He stole the officer’s car, but was caught-he was either caught driving drunk or crashed the car, but anyway, he was caught–and after the bodies were found was charged with murder.

    He was sentenced to death. But he appealed , and, in part, because his defense accused the dead officer of racism, even though that was previously investigated and refuted, his death sentence was set aside ten tears later. In fact, he was re-sentenced to life, but given the possibility of parole, so a member of the dead wife’s family now has to periodically go to the parole hearings and try to keep the groid in jail.

    • Replies: @Dave453
  22. Realist says:

    NFL Confirms “No Such Evidence” Exists to Support Racial Attack by Black Player

    We’ll see how long that stands.

  23. Realist says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Speaking of Jussie, he’s now suing the City of Chicago for “malicious prosecution”. That’s the term we use whenever authorities dare to hold black criminals to account. Welcome to the Current Year.

    Yes, that is too funny…a black is suing a black city.

  24. @Vinnie O

    Watch Highway Patrol, Broderick doesn’t screw around. He was the Tony Soprano of the CA Highway. The absence of AA employees is downright refreshing.

    • Replies: @flyingtiger
    , @Gunga Din
  25. One item that is probably not obvious to the casual observer and I did not see explicitly pointed out in any media account last week. Garrett is not your average NFL lineman. He is a monster. 6-5, 280, 4.7 40, the number one man selected in the draft. Him swinging a football helmet is potentially lethal. That was an assault with a deadly weapon in just about anybody’s law book.

    He is going to lose millions being suspended.

  26. There are always parabolic recording microphones employed at the sidelines during football games, usually pointed in the direction of the action (and likely at this incident). It would probably be a simple matter to prove/disprove the accusation… if it was of any importance to the NFL.

    • Agree: fish
  27. @Realist

    Kidding? That’s an immediate win!

    • Replies: @Realist
  28. Jim in Jeraey——–Sorry Jim,Jussie ,a black suing a Black city ain’t funny.Jussie isn’t suing a Black Chicago. He is trying to win the ghetto lottery by suing Chicago’s remaining White taxpayers.Give him a Black jury and he is going to win.

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  29. Realist says:
    @Jim in Jersey

    Kidding? That’s an immediate win!

    But it’s still funny.

  30. @Not Woke--Not Broke

    Exactly my point.

    He’s a black man in a black city looking for a payday. I didn’t mean to say it was funny, just a clear path.

    Frankly, the quicker this all breaks and burns, the better.

    • Agree: brandybranch
  31. Dave453 says:
    @AceDeuce

    Pardon my ignorance in this particular subject. But why was robinson a pos?

  32. Dave453 says:
    @AceDeuce

    The toxic mold spreads and kills all things

  33. We had a Black outfielder last year from another team claims the left-field fans were yelling N-Bombs down on him from above the Green Monster at Fenway. In Boston. Much as I’d like to give Boston credit, there’s no way it happened. No one misbehaves at Fenway, John Henry will snatch your tix faster than Robert Kraft if you misbehave at Patriot Place.

    As for this one here, everyone on the field except Rudolf is Black, there’s no way there wouldn’t be matching testimony from others in the melee.

  34. @fondolo

    He made no such charges at the time of the incident, which would have been the most likely time since his feelz would still be tender and aggrieved.
    His claim of horror-word soul impacts came days later at the appeal hearing, after he found that he did not get his assumed punishment of a wrist slap but instead a really truly damge my bling lengthy suspension.
    Figure the same time delay on any corroborating evidence. Any delays on exonerating evidence can be excused because hey the accusation didn’t exist yet.

  35. @Vinnie O

    I grew up watching Hee-Haw! Also woke up every morning to the Martha White Radio Show.
    Good times…

  36. In the Negro worship era in which we live these corollaries are par for the course.

  37. Swamp Fox says: • Website

    Where’s Brian from Ohio? Probably alert and alive, but non-communicative.
    Please jump back in.

    • Replies: @Oil 'n Water
  38. @Realist

    Yes, that is too funny…a black is suing a black city.

    But the tax payers are white.

    • Replies: @Realist
  39. Hibernian says:
    @Mr McKenna

    Remember Reginald Denny (victim) during the early 90s Rodney King riots in LA? The perp claimed Mr. Denny was mouthing racial slurs.

  40. @Female in FL

    Damn right! It takes him only a half hour to solve these his crimes. He would have everybody paying fares in no time. That is if they understood what he was saying for he talks too fast.
    HP is a look at a time we lost, 10-4!

    • Agree: Female in FL
  41. @Swamp Fox

    Where’s Brian from Ohio?

    I was thinking the same thing today!
    Along with FMG, Julie, Gwoobus, Paint Job Theory, Pat Boyle. Ex-New Yorker and CENTURION have slowed down…
    Pipe in, folks.

    • Replies: @Augustus
  42. Realist says:
    @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    But the tax payers are white.

    Yep…but that’s what they get for living in a shithole….they should be glad they weren’t killed.

  43. @Exador

    The day has almost arrived when any orc can use the ‘n-word defense’ and walk, even for murder.

  44. unit472 says:
    @Blackbodies

    Yeah Cooperstown has a problem if a ‘B’ level player like Jackie Robinson is displayed prominently while Pete Rose, who has the most base hits, games played and 3 batting titles, isn’t even in the Hall of Fame.

    • Replies: @loren
  45. Gunga Din says:
    @Female in FL

    One of my favorite shows! Thank God for MEtv. The tv shows from the 50s and 60s with all White casts is an absolute breath of fresh air, a real visual feast.

  46. @Love Street

    Maybe if I temporarily identified as black….

    • LOL: Love Street
  47. loren says:
    @unit472

    its the ongoing onslaught against reality.
    the re writing of White history.
    placing Mark king [mlk] and mandela over the founding fathers.

  48. JoeN says:
    @Non PC Infidel

    I was thinking the same thing, whoever wrote his statement should’ve had the sense to dumb it down to thug-speak so it would at least have the allusion that it was his own words and not written by his white lawyer or agent.

  49. Augustus says:
    @Oil 'n Water

    Don’t forget Achmed E Newman.

    • Agree: Swamp Fox
  50. @Blackbodies

    I visited the baseball hall of fame when I passed through cooperstown a few years ago. The hypertrophic Jackie Robinson boosterism there displayed was overt and kind of embarrassing.

    Every baseball season has a “Jackie Robinson Day”.
    Along with ceremonies at every game EVERY player on EVERY team wears the number 42.
    Robinson wore 42.

    IIRC, this ridiculous display was the brainchild of former Commissioner Allan (((Bud))) Selig.

  51. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/28152508/sources-nfl-hopeful-myles-garrett-miss-games-next-season

    I think this story is wrong. If his suspension is not 16 games or more I will be surprised. But the latest rumor is it’s only going to cost him him 1.2 million, so perhaps my previous comment was a little hasty.

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