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Back in August 2020, a Kenosha, Wisconsin policeman shot armed wanted criminal Jacob Blake. The Democratic governor Tony Evers immediately denounced the action as done “mercilessly.” Not surprisingly, bored youth soon started burning down and pillaging the Kenosha business district.

The next day, after the first night of rioting, Joe Biden egged on the rioters:

Yesterday in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Jacob Blake was shot seven times in the back as police attempted to restrain him from getting into his car. His children watched from inside the car and bystanders watched in disbelief. And this morning, the nation wakes up yet again with grief and outrage that yet another Black American is a victim of excessive force. This calls for an immediate, full and transparent investigation and the officers must be held accountable.

These shots pierce the soul of our nation. Jill and I pray for Jacob’s recovery and for his children.

Equal justice has not been real for Black Americans and so many others. We are at an inflection point. We must dismantle systemic racism.

Even less surprisingly, now with the encouragement of the next President, the rioters came back for more nights of mostly peaceful looting and arson, with the arrival of Antifa to complement the first night’s BLM rioters. The Kenosha riots were finally only ended by teenage marksman Kyle Rittenhouse deftly shooting three Antifa lowlifes who had attacked him.

Biden’s Department of Justice announced Friday that they were giving up any hope of being able to further persecute the cop who shot Blake:

Federal Officials Close Review of the Officer-Involved Shooting of Jacob Blake

Rittenhouse should subpoena Biden for his role in almost getting him killed by Antifa.

 
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  1. Can’t remember the details of the case, and can’t be bothered to look. Don’t worry, there’ll be another one like it coming soon.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @Henry's Cat

    The details are probably why the DOJ didn't proceed with their show trial against the officer--he illegally entered his baby mama's house where, according to her, he attacked and digitally raped her. Then he attempted to steal her car with their kids in it, and when cops tried to stop him, he fought them. He was armed with a wicked-looking blade as he ignored many warnings to stop reaching into his car. He got what he deserved, but I'll bet one of the reasons the government didn't crucify the cop is the rape victim who surely would have taken the stand and tarnished Saint Blake's rep as an infallible Black! victimhero.

    , @SMK
    @Henry's Cat

    Rittenhouse should subpoena Biden for his role in almost getting him killed by Antifa.

    That won't happen, of course, albeit Biden was not President when he incited Antifa and BLM/black riots and violence with his demagogic lies about "systemic racism" and the shooting of Jacob Blake by a white cop who was acting in obvious self-defense.

    But imagine if Biden was compelled to testify at Rittenhouse's show-trial, either in person or by video from a room in the White House, and aggressively cross-examined for an hour or 30-40 minutes by defense attorney's with no teleprompter. Unlike his rare press conferences, in which he refuses to answer questions from reporters at length or often at all because he's unable to speak coherently, he'd be forced to speak extempore. Imagine the farce and spectacle as his senility and dementia was brutally and laughably exposed.

  2. Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Marquis


    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy.
     
    That's maybe a "muh Constitution" too far for most of the folks at Unz, excepting Ron Paul, but thank you, Marquis!
    , @Joe Joe
    @Marquis

    But the antifa scum that Kyle thankfully removed from polite society were white so there is no "civil rights" angle for the feds to pursue. Also, now that the dimwit Chicago DA has created the concept of "mutual combat" Kyle should skate :-)

    , @AndrewR
    @Marquis

    Mr Biden's feds have names, addresses, and families.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    , @Russ
    @Marquis

    Robert Barnes is an (the?) attorney for Rittenhouse. I have always found his podcasts with pollster Richard Baris to be very insightful, and am hopeful that that sharp intellect carries the day for Rittenhouse.

    , @MB
    @Marquis

    "Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well."

    That depends, as in so many other things, on whether Americans raise a stink or go along with it.
    If people go along with the Big Lies, that just emboldens the weasels to go for more of the same.

    , @KenH
    @Marquis


    Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.
     
    To me knowledge Rittenhouse didn't violate any federal laws, so they only way the feds can go after him is if they weaponize a federal law against him by very broadly applying some federal law to his actions which can't be ruled out. So called "civil rights" violations would be an example.

    I agree that a citizen should not be charged and tried at the state level then be tried at federal level since that is double jeopardy but "our" elected legislators and federal judges have failed us. That's also why "civil rights" laws need to be repealed since they are selectively enforced and now wielded as a political weapon against people who occupy the lower rungs of the new American caste system like cops and right of center white Americans.
  3. Let me guess; ending domestic violence trumps ending “racism”?

  4. God bless Kyle Rittenhouse.

    Hopefully, he will be exonerated, like this cop.

    In a sane world he have gotten a medal, and be celebrated like a modern day Audie Murphy, rather than indicted for murder.

    Lets go Brandon.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Sandy Berger's Socks


    Let's go Brandon.
     
    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/fuck%20biden.jpg
    , @Paperback Writer
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    When is his trial, and who is his lawyer?

    Replies: @Sandy Berger's Socks

    , @J.Ross
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    You know what isn't publishable or advisable is if we were to stoop to the standards of the other side regarding judges, federal judges, urinating senators, and presidential electors. And because that's not going to happen, Rittenhouse can easily expect life. I am very happy to be corrected but I would bet money.
    Brazilians I talk to tell me that Brazil is Brazil because all the lawyers and judges are hyperviolence-enabling bleeding hearts who don't want to oppress vibrant minorities. Maybe their explanation is wrong or incomplete, but we're already that far.

    Replies: @Negrolphin Pool

  5. Media and leftist politicians regularly incite (virtually all) riots.

    The interesting point is that both governer and Biden incited blacks to riot with arson and looting.
    Now it turned out that no matter how much effort by the justice department, no evidence of wrong doing could be found. All arson and looting totally unjustified (as if there could be a justification if the police had acted wrongly)

    Black and Leftist privilege results in total impunity for clear incitation of violence based on manipuated or false information
    Compare that with Trump’s incitation of the “insurrection” with a few fairly gentle words and the resulting persecutions
    We have totally unequal rights, due to media bias, legal system bias, political system bias

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @TruthRevolution.net


    Media and leftist politicians regularly incite (virtually all) riots.
     
    That was the case made by the Birchers fifty years ago. Riots are never spontaneous.
  6. It would be good if someone would post the results of state persecution/prosecution of Blake, @isteve

  7. Wait a minute. Wasn’t this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? The one were she claimed at one point he sexually assaulted her? The one where she had had five kids to him but never lived with him? The one where within two weeks she was now calling him her fiance and I assumed it was love and not the idea of a big settlement coming his way that caused this sudden change?

    I am very happy for the cop. Did the city pay him anything or is he suing the cop? He and his lawyers may not give up so easily after their dreams of big money.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @notsaying

    This is why police should apply community standards in police work for their own protection. If they arrive at a domestic violence scene like the Blake case, or the stabby teen age girl one, they should do everything they can to stall getting involved. Set up a perimeter, secure the scene, radio their supervisor and request a social worker be dispatched, wait for a domestic counselor, wait for back-up, etc. Basically, wait it out until the parties involved have settled it in a manner satisfactory to the cultural norms of the parties. There is no reward or appreciation for cops jumping in and solving the situation, and only severe punishment in one form or another if their action hurts anyone who is black.

    Replies: @bomag, @Peter Johnson, @Negrolphin Pool

    , @AnotherDad
    @notsaying


    Wait a minute. Wasn’t this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? ...
     
    Exactly.

    It's an argument for the wisdom of old rules where cops ignored black folks' messy domestic squabbles.

    From the perspective of Anglo-American style white-people law, Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren't his. Cop's job is to stop him. But from the perspective of black cultural norms he and his woman were just having an argument ... and then "the man" showed up sticking his annoying white ass into the middle of it.

    In fairness, American "family law" is a travesty. Lots of fathers are denied their children and see their paychecks looted. It's appalling. I'm actually surprised there isn't a whole lot more violence associated with the abuse judges dish out. (Most white guys just ... take it. Make the best of bad situation.)

    But trying to parse through the mess of black sexual and "family" relations on the street is a fool's errand. Is she "his woman"--some sort of "common law" wife? Are the kids all his? All? Some? None? Did he pay for the car? Does he pay for the kids? Provide anything?

    This is where i pipe up and say "Separate Nations". But the truth is just separating off blacks to "do their own thing" wouldn't be enough anymore.

    Feminism has "liberated" women from civilized sexual/family norms--i.e. "the patriarchy"--to African style "do whatever" sexual/family norms. (Except that the cops are supposed to police it.) We now have more "liberated" African style sexual norms and so our civilization degrades toward African style civilization.

    I'd like to separate from that as well. "Civilized people ... over here!"

    Replies: @Barnard, @Boomthorkell, @Reg Cæsar

  8. Excellent post, Steve!

    We (OK, speaking for myself) enjoy the posts making fun of the stupidity in the NY Times, Atlantic, Hollywood, and the Nobel committee, etc., but it’s the rarer posts like this that let us know you see the seriousness of the situation. That was great wording with “persecution”, instead of just “prosecution” and yes, Kyle Rittenhouse was a great marksmen. He shot from a retreat and in a sitting or almost on his back position and stopped the threat.

    Yes, Biden’s rhetoric helped in causing more riots with more property destruction, encouraging the antifa Commies to try to kill Kyle Rittenhouse.

    Kyle Rittenhouse is a hero. I think that’s why The State wants to put him away so bad, to discourage any others that will fight back, not out of any concern for the specific antifa scum.

    That’s good news about the cop. I should keep up more with Kyle’s situation.

    • Agree: Adam Smith, tyrone, TWS
  9. @Marquis
    Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Joe Joe, @AndrewR, @Russ, @MB, @KenH

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy.

    That’s maybe a “muh Constitution” too far for most of the folks at Unz, excepting Ron Paul, but thank you, Marquis!

  10. They’re creating a situation of proliferating Rittenhouses, not from inspiration, but because there is no alternative. They’re so blisteringly stupid that their actual arguing position is that this much video’d violence simply isn’t happening. Like the St Louis Democrat couple, that works until it’s happening in your front yard. 40,000 Haitians can’t all be peaceful.

  11. DoJ must have figured that Rittenhouse would be an easier target. They need to take care, ‘cos that young ‘un had trigger control under fire rivaling that seen among career SOF operators.

    • Agree: Paul Mendez
  12. @Marquis
    Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Joe Joe, @AndrewR, @Russ, @MB, @KenH

    But the antifa scum that Kyle thankfully removed from polite society were white so there is no “civil rights” angle for the feds to pursue. Also, now that the dimwit Chicago DA has created the concept of “mutual combat” Kyle should skate 🙂

  13. @Sandy Berger's Socks
    God bless Kyle Rittenhouse.

    Hopefully, he will be exonerated, like this cop.

    In a sane world he have gotten a medal, and be celebrated like a modern day Audie Murphy, rather than indicted for murder.

    Lets go Brandon.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Paperback Writer, @J.Ross

    Let’s go Brandon.

  14. @Marquis
    Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Joe Joe, @AndrewR, @Russ, @MB, @KenH

    Mr Biden’s feds have names, addresses, and families.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @AndrewR

    And they also have a lot of resources — and now “reason” to find out who you are and look into you.

    Replies: @AndrewR

  15. Does this mean that some of the people who claim they like Brussels sprouts are telling the truth?

    https://www.waynedupree.com/2020/08/jacob-blake-father-cnn-brussel-sprouts/

  16. @notsaying
    Wait a minute. Wasn't this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? The one were she claimed at one point he sexually assaulted her? The one where she had had five kids to him but never lived with him? The one where within two weeks she was now calling him her fiance and I assumed it was love and not the idea of a big settlement coming his way that caused this sudden change?

    I am very happy for the cop. Did the city pay him anything or is he suing the cop? He and his lawyers may not give up so easily after their dreams of big money.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @AnotherDad

    This is why police should apply community standards in police work for their own protection. If they arrive at a domestic violence scene like the Blake case, or the stabby teen age girl one, they should do everything they can to stall getting involved. Set up a perimeter, secure the scene, radio their supervisor and request a social worker be dispatched, wait for a domestic counselor, wait for back-up, etc. Basically, wait it out until the parties involved have settled it in a manner satisfactory to the cultural norms of the parties. There is no reward or appreciation for cops jumping in and solving the situation, and only severe punishment in one form or another if their action hurts anyone who is black.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Alfa158


    This is why police should apply community standards...
     
    Tends to be a moving target.

    If they set up a perimeter and the woman gets shot, they could just as well face a similar prosecution/lawsuit gauntlet.
    , @Peter Johnson
    @Alfa158

    Individual cops (and whole forces if possible) should try to de-police Black neighborhoods whenever/wherever possible.

    , @Negrolphin Pool
    @Alfa158

    Ben Crump'll sue and win.

    Gaming that out, it's not all bad, just for city folk.

  17. @Henry's Cat
    Can't remember the details of the case, and can't be bothered to look. Don't worry, there'll be another one like it coming soon.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @SMK

    The details are probably why the DOJ didn’t proceed with their show trial against the officer–he illegally entered his baby mama’s house where, according to her, he attacked and digitally raped her. Then he attempted to steal her car with their kids in it, and when cops tried to stop him, he fought them. He was armed with a wicked-looking blade as he ignored many warnings to stop reaching into his car. He got what he deserved, but I’ll bet one of the reasons the government didn’t crucify the cop is the rape victim who surely would have taken the stand and tarnished Saint Blake’s rep as an infallible Black! victimhero.

  18. About the “shot in the back” bullshit.

    So what?

    The bastard turned around and was running. Where else was the cop supposed to shoot? The trunk is the largest target.

    Blake was lucky he didn’t get 7 bullets in the occiput.

    • Replies: @Alice in Wonderland
    @Paperback Writer

    Let's give the cop some credit.

    He didn't shoot any bystanders or the kids in the car or the other officers etc. 7 shots all on target. Under extreme stress.

    Mighty good.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

  19. @Sandy Berger's Socks
    God bless Kyle Rittenhouse.

    Hopefully, he will be exonerated, like this cop.

    In a sane world he have gotten a medal, and be celebrated like a modern day Audie Murphy, rather than indicted for murder.

    Lets go Brandon.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Paperback Writer, @J.Ross

    When is his trial, and who is his lawyer?

    • Replies: @Sandy Berger's Socks
    @Paperback Writer

    Trial is set to start November 1, 2021.

    Rittenhouse's attorney is Mark Richards.

    If the trial is fair he'll be acquitted.

    But in clown world all bets are off.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

  20. anon[828] • Disclaimer says:

    Forever known as the “Black Karen” case, as Steve questioned the role of aggrieved fiancé who turned out to have serially charged Blake with domestic crimes.

    Laquisha Booker was whisked away, never to reemerge publicly after an initial round os pressers. She has been virtually erased retroactively Fromm social media.

    No google mention of civil lawsuits either, but the case against police was especially weak.

    • Replies: @VivaLaMigra
    @anon

    Laquisha, really? I'd say that sets a new low as far as made-up black...oops, I meant "Black!" with a capital "B!" names, except there's already "La-a" which, according to the illiterate who bestowed it upon its daughter, is pronounced "Ladasha" for, get this: "..because the dash don't be silent!"

    Replies: @Cortes

  21. @Sandy Berger's Socks
    God bless Kyle Rittenhouse.

    Hopefully, he will be exonerated, like this cop.

    In a sane world he have gotten a medal, and be celebrated like a modern day Audie Murphy, rather than indicted for murder.

    Lets go Brandon.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob, @Paperback Writer, @J.Ross

    You know what isn’t publishable or advisable is if we were to stoop to the standards of the other side regarding judges, federal judges, urinating senators, and presidential electors. And because that’s not going to happen, Rittenhouse can easily expect life. I am very happy to be corrected but I would bet money.
    Brazilians I talk to tell me that Brazil is Brazil because all the lawyers and judges are hyperviolence-enabling bleeding hearts who don’t want to oppress vibrant minorities. Maybe their explanation is wrong or incomplete, but we’re already that far.

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
    @J.Ross


    but I would bet money
     
    This is precisely the type of thing that could make the wide adoption of betting markets a eusocial revolution, an engine to pump the bilge out of our swamp.

    For instance, if one were to take your bet, they would have the carefullest interest in the case's outcome. If thousands were to take it against as many counterparties, given an enticing line, whoever misfortune chose to prosecute the case might soon count their days in fractions.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  22. @Paperback Writer
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    When is his trial, and who is his lawyer?

    Replies: @Sandy Berger's Socks

    Trial is set to start November 1, 2021.

    Rittenhouse’s attorney is Mark Richards.

    If the trial is fair he’ll be acquitted.

    But in clown world all bets are off.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    "all bets are off."

    Of course. I thought he had that self-promoting lawyer whose been involved in a lot of shady fund raising. Forget his name. Glad to see he's got a legit lawyer.

  23. @Alfa158
    @notsaying

    This is why police should apply community standards in police work for their own protection. If they arrive at a domestic violence scene like the Blake case, or the stabby teen age girl one, they should do everything they can to stall getting involved. Set up a perimeter, secure the scene, radio their supervisor and request a social worker be dispatched, wait for a domestic counselor, wait for back-up, etc. Basically, wait it out until the parties involved have settled it in a manner satisfactory to the cultural norms of the parties. There is no reward or appreciation for cops jumping in and solving the situation, and only severe punishment in one form or another if their action hurts anyone who is black.

    Replies: @bomag, @Peter Johnson, @Negrolphin Pool

    This is why police should apply community standards…

    Tends to be a moving target.

    If they set up a perimeter and the woman gets shot, they could just as well face a similar prosecution/lawsuit gauntlet.

  24. Anon[161] • Disclaimer says:

    Here’s the “keepsake knife received as a gift,” as photographed by the cops on the car floor:

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/sailer-equity-as-the-new-improved-equality/#comment-4433041

    It took me forever to find this photo, so I put it in a comment here so others could find it. The mainstream media never seemed to be that interested in exactly what sort of knife it was. They sort of hinted it was a butter knife or a putty knife.

    • Thanks: Cortes, ic1000
  25. All should safely assume that unless obvious facts indicate otherwise, any DOJ prosecution is based on politics and leftist ideology and not actual crime committed.

    Horror that didn’t happen: current DOJ Justice Commissar Merrick Garland was being pushed by Obama to be on the Supreme Court, but that failed. In that case the GOP balked.

  26. Quite on-topic: at a local craft show today a lady was selling “handmade” (actually hand-decorated) glittery tumblers. One said “I DO f*** the police”; “#wifey”. I envy the cop whose missus buys one of those.

    It had a nice row of roof lights, too.

    • LOL: Ron Mexico
  27. @Alfa158
    @notsaying

    This is why police should apply community standards in police work for their own protection. If they arrive at a domestic violence scene like the Blake case, or the stabby teen age girl one, they should do everything they can to stall getting involved. Set up a perimeter, secure the scene, radio their supervisor and request a social worker be dispatched, wait for a domestic counselor, wait for back-up, etc. Basically, wait it out until the parties involved have settled it in a manner satisfactory to the cultural norms of the parties. There is no reward or appreciation for cops jumping in and solving the situation, and only severe punishment in one form or another if their action hurts anyone who is black.

    Replies: @bomag, @Peter Johnson, @Negrolphin Pool

    Individual cops (and whole forces if possible) should try to de-police Black neighborhoods whenever/wherever possible.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  28. @notsaying
    Wait a minute. Wasn't this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? The one were she claimed at one point he sexually assaulted her? The one where she had had five kids to him but never lived with him? The one where within two weeks she was now calling him her fiance and I assumed it was love and not the idea of a big settlement coming his way that caused this sudden change?

    I am very happy for the cop. Did the city pay him anything or is he suing the cop? He and his lawyers may not give up so easily after their dreams of big money.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @AnotherDad

    Wait a minute. Wasn’t this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? …

    Exactly.

    It’s an argument for the wisdom of old rules where cops ignored black folks’ messy domestic squabbles.

    From the perspective of Anglo-American style white-people law, Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren’t his. Cop’s job is to stop him. But from the perspective of black cultural norms he and his woman were just having an argument … and then “the man” showed up sticking his annoying white ass into the middle of it.

    In fairness, American “family law” is a travesty. Lots of fathers are denied their children and see their paychecks looted. It’s appalling. I’m actually surprised there isn’t a whole lot more violence associated with the abuse judges dish out. (Most white guys just … take it. Make the best of bad situation.)

    But trying to parse through the mess of black sexual and “family” relations on the street is a fool’s errand. Is she “his woman”–some sort of “common law” wife? Are the kids all his? All? Some? None? Did he pay for the car? Does he pay for the kids? Provide anything?

    This is where i pipe up and say “Separate Nations”. But the truth is just separating off blacks to “do their own thing” wouldn’t be enough anymore.

    Feminism has “liberated” women from civilized sexual/family norms–i.e. “the patriarchy”–to African style “do whatever” sexual/family norms. (Except that the cops are supposed to police it.) We now have more “liberated” African style sexual norms and so our civilization degrades toward African style civilization.

    I’d like to separate from that as well. “Civilized people … over here!”

    • Agree: Boomthorkell
    • Replies: @Barnard
    @AnotherDad

    If he was drunk or high, which I think the woman claimed then the police would have a duty to stop him from driving away.

    , @Boomthorkell
    @AnotherDad

    It is a devastating combination: a regulatory, police establishment following codified laws against an informal society.

    I personally prefer militias overseeing communities anyway over well regulated policing, as it fits the American character better (Sheriffs excluded).

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @AnotherDad


    Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren’t his.
     
    How weren't they his? Wasn't he theirs? This is Elián G. all over again.
  29. Excellent summary of the events in Kenosha August 2020.

  30. @Paperback Writer
    About the "shot in the back" bullshit.

    So what?

    The bastard turned around and was running. Where else was the cop supposed to shoot? The trunk is the largest target.

    Blake was lucky he didn't get 7 bullets in the occiput.

    Replies: @Alice in Wonderland

    Let’s give the cop some credit.

    He didn’t shoot any bystanders or the kids in the car or the other officers etc. 7 shots all on target. Under extreme stress.

    Mighty good.

    • Agree: notsaying, Wade Hampton
    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Alice in Wonderland

    Definitely. I feel so sorry for him, too. This whole thing must have been a horrible stress. I won't mention his name here, but during the nightmare, I looked him up and found an article about him predating the shooting. He was being profiled in one of those cheery "friend of the community" features. He's a serious bicycler and seems like a stand-up guy.

    I also feel sorry for the poor lady cop who shot Deshaun What's His Name. The air-freshener martyr.

    The whole thing is a fucking outrage. What "whole thing"? Adjusting your society to fit the Jacob Blake/Deshaun standards of behavior.

    But I repeat myself endlessly.

  31. @AnotherDad
    @notsaying


    Wait a minute. Wasn’t this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? ...
     
    Exactly.

    It's an argument for the wisdom of old rules where cops ignored black folks' messy domestic squabbles.

    From the perspective of Anglo-American style white-people law, Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren't his. Cop's job is to stop him. But from the perspective of black cultural norms he and his woman were just having an argument ... and then "the man" showed up sticking his annoying white ass into the middle of it.

    In fairness, American "family law" is a travesty. Lots of fathers are denied their children and see their paychecks looted. It's appalling. I'm actually surprised there isn't a whole lot more violence associated with the abuse judges dish out. (Most white guys just ... take it. Make the best of bad situation.)

    But trying to parse through the mess of black sexual and "family" relations on the street is a fool's errand. Is she "his woman"--some sort of "common law" wife? Are the kids all his? All? Some? None? Did he pay for the car? Does he pay for the kids? Provide anything?

    This is where i pipe up and say "Separate Nations". But the truth is just separating off blacks to "do their own thing" wouldn't be enough anymore.

    Feminism has "liberated" women from civilized sexual/family norms--i.e. "the patriarchy"--to African style "do whatever" sexual/family norms. (Except that the cops are supposed to police it.) We now have more "liberated" African style sexual norms and so our civilization degrades toward African style civilization.

    I'd like to separate from that as well. "Civilized people ... over here!"

    Replies: @Barnard, @Boomthorkell, @Reg Cæsar

    If he was drunk or high, which I think the woman claimed then the police would have a duty to stop him from driving away.

  32. These shots pierce the soul of our nation. Jill and I pray for Jacob’s recovery and for his children. Equal justice has not been real for Black Americans and so many others. We are at an inflection point.

    You can’t expect politicians to be courageous. It’s too dangerous. They need a way to escape from courage with dignity, and statements like the one above provide that path, at least in their own minds. They need to pose for the people they’re really afraid of (the righteous hive brained mob) and complain about some faceless local official doing (that which even Joe Biden likely recognizes as) the right thing…at least now and then. It’s all a pretty elaborate formula, kind of like the bees who dance in a certain direction around the honeycomb. It has to be done exactly right or all hell breaks loose.

  33. I don’t identify as conservative, but I hope Kyle Rittenhouse is fully acquitted. In an ideal world, the events in Kenosha would not have happened–but then in that ideal world the events in downtown Chicago that I am surrounded by would not have happened either. Merrick Garland has turned out to be a nasty bully, and gave an unimpressive performance at his confirmation hearings. I guess Biden knew this about him earlier; I don’t know. I had initially thought it would be high-minded of Trump to appoint Garland for the place taken by Amy Barrett. Garland does not belong in either job.

    The problem of people in a highly emotional state calling 911 and later not wanting the responders there after all is another matter, and it keeps happening.

  34. @Marquis
    Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Joe Joe, @AndrewR, @Russ, @MB, @KenH

    Robert Barnes is an (the?) attorney for Rittenhouse. I have always found his podcasts with pollster Richard Baris to be very insightful, and am hopeful that that sharp intellect carries the day for Rittenhouse.

  35. Anonymous[414] • Disclaimer says:

    One of the attorneys on Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense team is Robert Barnes. I have been in internet communication with him, and so can you, at a Locals group he created:

    https://vivabarneslaw.locals.com/

    At his group there is the link to donate to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund. I and others in that group have offered advice in the case. His Locals group discusses law and politics generally.

    There’s another case I’m interested in but haven’t heard much about lately: the trial of Dawit Kelete. Kelete is being criminally prosecuted for hitting with his car two Black Lives Matters protestors, injuring one and killing the other. It seems it’s a cause that civic nationalists such as myself and the folks at Gateway Pundit have taken up. I’m my view it was an accident, not intentional, and he should not be prosecuted. Sued in a civil court, sure, where if that happens I hope Kelete files bankruptcy. I heard that a white detective got into trouble for making a joke about the protesters who got hit.

    • Replies: @Peter Lund
    @Anonymous

    Kelete is apparently under house arrest since January, which I suppose is better than being in jail.

    https://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2021/01/driver-in-summer-taylor-vehicular-homicide-case-ordered-released-from-jail-as-case-moves-slowly-toward-trial/

    (I think the surviving girl and the dead girl's estate should pay for his car damages. They did everything they could to make sure they got hit and Kelete tried very hard not to hit in even bigger crowd of idiots he had no chance of seeing until it was almost too late.)

  36. @AnotherDad
    @notsaying


    Wait a minute. Wasn’t this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? ...
     
    Exactly.

    It's an argument for the wisdom of old rules where cops ignored black folks' messy domestic squabbles.

    From the perspective of Anglo-American style white-people law, Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren't his. Cop's job is to stop him. But from the perspective of black cultural norms he and his woman were just having an argument ... and then "the man" showed up sticking his annoying white ass into the middle of it.

    In fairness, American "family law" is a travesty. Lots of fathers are denied their children and see their paychecks looted. It's appalling. I'm actually surprised there isn't a whole lot more violence associated with the abuse judges dish out. (Most white guys just ... take it. Make the best of bad situation.)

    But trying to parse through the mess of black sexual and "family" relations on the street is a fool's errand. Is she "his woman"--some sort of "common law" wife? Are the kids all his? All? Some? None? Did he pay for the car? Does he pay for the kids? Provide anything?

    This is where i pipe up and say "Separate Nations". But the truth is just separating off blacks to "do their own thing" wouldn't be enough anymore.

    Feminism has "liberated" women from civilized sexual/family norms--i.e. "the patriarchy"--to African style "do whatever" sexual/family norms. (Except that the cops are supposed to police it.) We now have more "liberated" African style sexual norms and so our civilization degrades toward African style civilization.

    I'd like to separate from that as well. "Civilized people ... over here!"

    Replies: @Barnard, @Boomthorkell, @Reg Cæsar

    It is a devastating combination: a regulatory, police establishment following codified laws against an informal society.

    I personally prefer militias overseeing communities anyway over well regulated policing, as it fits the American character better (Sheriffs excluded).

  37. Somewhat related: Hey Jackass has picked up the “mutual combatants” fumble and is running it back for a touchdown on the right side of his webpage:

    http://heyjackass.com/

  38. @TruthRevolution.net
    Media and leftist politicians regularly incite (virtually all) riots.

    The interesting point is that both governer and Biden incited blacks to riot with arson and looting.
    Now it turned out that no matter how much effort by the justice department, no evidence of wrong doing could be found. All arson and looting totally unjustified (as if there could be a justification if the police had acted wrongly)

    Black and Leftist privilege results in total impunity for clear incitation of violence based on manipuated or false information
    Compare that with Trump's incitation of the "insurrection" with a few fairly gentle words and the resulting persecutions
    We have totally unequal rights, due to media bias, legal system bias, political system bias

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Media and leftist politicians regularly incite (virtually all) riots.

    That was the case made by the Birchers fifty years ago. Riots are never spontaneous.

    • Agree: 36 ulster
  39. @AnotherDad
    @notsaying


    Wait a minute. Wasn’t this the one where the mother of his children said they were being kidnapped? ...
     
    Exactly.

    It's an argument for the wisdom of old rules where cops ignored black folks' messy domestic squabbles.

    From the perspective of Anglo-American style white-people law, Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren't his. Cop's job is to stop him. But from the perspective of black cultural norms he and his woman were just having an argument ... and then "the man" showed up sticking his annoying white ass into the middle of it.

    In fairness, American "family law" is a travesty. Lots of fathers are denied their children and see their paychecks looted. It's appalling. I'm actually surprised there isn't a whole lot more violence associated with the abuse judges dish out. (Most white guys just ... take it. Make the best of bad situation.)

    But trying to parse through the mess of black sexual and "family" relations on the street is a fool's errand. Is she "his woman"--some sort of "common law" wife? Are the kids all his? All? Some? None? Did he pay for the car? Does he pay for the kids? Provide anything?

    This is where i pipe up and say "Separate Nations". But the truth is just separating off blacks to "do their own thing" wouldn't be enough anymore.

    Feminism has "liberated" women from civilized sexual/family norms--i.e. "the patriarchy"--to African style "do whatever" sexual/family norms. (Except that the cops are supposed to police it.) We now have more "liberated" African style sexual norms and so our civilization degrades toward African style civilization.

    I'd like to separate from that as well. "Civilized people ... over here!"

    Replies: @Barnard, @Boomthorkell, @Reg Cæsar

    Jacob Blake was getting into a car that was not his, attempting to drive off with kids that weren’t his.

    How weren’t they his? Wasn’t he theirs? This is Elián G. all over again.

  40. @Marquis
    Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Joe Joe, @AndrewR, @Russ, @MB, @KenH

    “Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.”

    That depends, as in so many other things, on whether Americans raise a stink or go along with it.
    If people go along with the Big Lies, that just emboldens the weasels to go for more of the same.

  41. @Sandy Berger's Socks
    @Paperback Writer

    Trial is set to start November 1, 2021.

    Rittenhouse's attorney is Mark Richards.

    If the trial is fair he'll be acquitted.

    But in clown world all bets are off.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    “all bets are off.”

    Of course. I thought he had that self-promoting lawyer whose been involved in a lot of shady fund raising. Forget his name. Glad to see he’s got a legit lawyer.

  42. Rittenhouse should subpoena Biden for his role in almost getting him killed by Antifa.

    Was he speaking as President or just giving his personal opinion? Sovereign immunity can’t cover everything, can it? A civil lawsuit seems in order.

    Especially since every police action and every crime committed thereafter was solely a state matter. It wasn’t the White House’s business.

    • Replies: @Patrick McNally
    @Reg Cæsar

    This should be before he became pResident so Biden should be sued as a private citizen who was running for office and making irresponsible statements.

  43. @Alice in Wonderland
    @Paperback Writer

    Let's give the cop some credit.

    He didn't shoot any bystanders or the kids in the car or the other officers etc. 7 shots all on target. Under extreme stress.

    Mighty good.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    Definitely. I feel so sorry for him, too. This whole thing must have been a horrible stress. I won’t mention his name here, but during the nightmare, I looked him up and found an article about him predating the shooting. He was being profiled in one of those cheery “friend of the community” features. He’s a serious bicycler and seems like a stand-up guy.

    I also feel sorry for the poor lady cop who shot Deshaun What’s His Name. The air-freshener martyr.

    The whole thing is a fucking outrage. What “whole thing”? Adjusting your society to fit the Jacob Blake/Deshaun standards of behavior.

    But I repeat myself endlessly.

  44. Anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Even though we’re all smirking at the ‘mutual combat’ business, you do have to give Chicago prosecutors credit for one thing. They know perfectly well no one on either side of gang warfare is going to talk. Snitches get stitches. That’s the problem. A prosecution will go nowhere if nobody is talking, so it’s a waste of time and money to do it.

    Playing referee between two baddies is a lousy idea. If neither side wants you there and just ignores your attempts to lay down the law, well, that’s why they’re outlaws.

    • Replies: @JMcG
    @Anon

    Al Capone went to jail for tax evasion. That’s what the feds could pin on him. Every one of the shooters in Chicago has a rap sheet a mile long. Chicago would have those lowlifes in jail in 30 minutes if it wanted to.

    , @Hibernian
    @Anon

    Thing is, innocent bystanders catch stray bullets. These guys need to be taken out of circulation for a while.

  45. @J.Ross
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    You know what isn't publishable or advisable is if we were to stoop to the standards of the other side regarding judges, federal judges, urinating senators, and presidential electors. And because that's not going to happen, Rittenhouse can easily expect life. I am very happy to be corrected but I would bet money.
    Brazilians I talk to tell me that Brazil is Brazil because all the lawyers and judges are hyperviolence-enabling bleeding hearts who don't want to oppress vibrant minorities. Maybe their explanation is wrong or incomplete, but we're already that far.

    Replies: @Negrolphin Pool

    but I would bet money

    This is precisely the type of thing that could make the wide adoption of betting markets a eusocial revolution, an engine to pump the bilge out of our swamp.

    For instance, if one were to take your bet, they would have the carefullest interest in the case’s outcome. If thousands were to take it against as many counterparties, given an enticing line, whoever misfortune chose to prosecute the case might soon count their days in fractions.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Negrolphin Pool

    But what we want is what you have in Colossal Arena (which, buy and play, with your kids, as often as they threaten to contract tvitis) where the observers affect the experiment.

  46. @Alfa158
    @notsaying

    This is why police should apply community standards in police work for their own protection. If they arrive at a domestic violence scene like the Blake case, or the stabby teen age girl one, they should do everything they can to stall getting involved. Set up a perimeter, secure the scene, radio their supervisor and request a social worker be dispatched, wait for a domestic counselor, wait for back-up, etc. Basically, wait it out until the parties involved have settled it in a manner satisfactory to the cultural norms of the parties. There is no reward or appreciation for cops jumping in and solving the situation, and only severe punishment in one form or another if their action hurts anyone who is black.

    Replies: @bomag, @Peter Johnson, @Negrolphin Pool

    Ben Crump’ll sue and win.

    Gaming that out, it’s not all bad, just for city folk.

  47. @Negrolphin Pool
    @J.Ross


    but I would bet money
     
    This is precisely the type of thing that could make the wide adoption of betting markets a eusocial revolution, an engine to pump the bilge out of our swamp.

    For instance, if one were to take your bet, they would have the carefullest interest in the case's outcome. If thousands were to take it against as many counterparties, given an enticing line, whoever misfortune chose to prosecute the case might soon count their days in fractions.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    But what we want is what you have in Colossal Arena (which, buy and play, with your kids, as often as they threaten to contract tvitis) where the observers affect the experiment.

  48. @AndrewR
    @Marquis

    Mr Biden's feds have names, addresses, and families.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    And they also have a lot of resources — and now “reason” to find out who you are and look into you.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @RadicalCenter

    You were fedposting much more explicitly a bit ago, so chill

  49. anon[182] • Disclaimer says:

    Without comment or deliberation, the Kenosha City Council has denied a claim for damages from Jacob Blake, the man paralyzed in a police shooting last summer.

    The council voted 17-0 Monday night, rejecting the claim in which Blake sought damages for medical expenses, lost wages and “pain and suffering and disfigurement” as filed by Chicago-based attorneys March 11 with the office of the city’s clerk-treasurer.

    Jacob Blake, the 29-year-old Black man who was shot seven times by a White police officer who was responding to a domestic incident on August 23, 2020, has sued the officer for excessive force in federal court, records show.

    The lawsuit, which only names Kenosha, Wisconsin, Officer Rusten Sheskey as a defendant, argues that the shooting “was undertaken with malice, willfulness, and reckless indifference to the rights” of Blake.

    The Sheskey lawsuit doesn’t seem t be making much progress. No rush to settle any of these, which means no one is afraid of a runaway jury. Sheskey as an individual, is likely to be relatively judgment proof.

    • Replies: @VivaLaMigra
    @anon

    ...except the "Black" guy named Blake wasn't killed outright as true justice would have demanded. He'll be living off the Dole for decades.

  50. @Reg Cæsar

    Rittenhouse should subpoena Biden for his role in almost getting him killed by Antifa.
     
    Was he speaking as President or just giving his personal opinion? Sovereign immunity can't cover everything, can it? A civil lawsuit seems in order.

    Especially since every police action and every crime committed thereafter was solely a state matter. It wasn't the White House's business.

    Replies: @Patrick McNally

    This should be before he became pResident so Biden should be sued as a private citizen who was running for office and making irresponsible statements.

  51. @Anon
    Even though we're all smirking at the 'mutual combat' business, you do have to give Chicago prosecutors credit for one thing. They know perfectly well no one on either side of gang warfare is going to talk. Snitches get stitches. That's the problem. A prosecution will go nowhere if nobody is talking, so it's a waste of time and money to do it.

    Playing referee between two baddies is a lousy idea. If neither side wants you there and just ignores your attempts to lay down the law, well, that's why they're outlaws.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Hibernian

    Al Capone went to jail for tax evasion. That’s what the feds could pin on him. Every one of the shooters in Chicago has a rap sheet a mile long. Chicago would have those lowlifes in jail in 30 minutes if it wanted to.

  52. @Marquis
    Rittenhouse has to beat a local political prosecution. That’s the easy one. Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    Maybe the conservatives on the SCOTUS will change their time on state/federal double jeopardy. I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Joe Joe, @AndrewR, @Russ, @MB, @KenH

    Beating Mr. Biden’s feds when they scoop him up on the day of his acquittal will not go so well.

    To me knowledge Rittenhouse didn’t violate any federal laws, so they only way the feds can go after him is if they weaponize a federal law against him by very broadly applying some federal law to his actions which can’t be ruled out. So called “civil rights” violations would be an example.

    I agree that a citizen should not be charged and tried at the state level then be tried at federal level since that is double jeopardy but “our” elected legislators and federal judges have failed us. That’s also why “civil rights” laws need to be repealed since they are selectively enforced and now wielded as a political weapon against people who occupy the lower rungs of the new American caste system like cops and right of center white Americans.

  53. @Anon
    Even though we're all smirking at the 'mutual combat' business, you do have to give Chicago prosecutors credit for one thing. They know perfectly well no one on either side of gang warfare is going to talk. Snitches get stitches. That's the problem. A prosecution will go nowhere if nobody is talking, so it's a waste of time and money to do it.

    Playing referee between two baddies is a lousy idea. If neither side wants you there and just ignores your attempts to lay down the law, well, that's why they're outlaws.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Hibernian

    Thing is, innocent bystanders catch stray bullets. These guys need to be taken out of circulation for a while.

  54. These cops should start suing the people who try to ruin their lives.

    There are no consequences for these attacks on law enforcement, but if your juvenile delinquent son manages to provoke officers enough, you might hit the lottery. Then you can buy guns for your other delinquent son’s gang:

    https://nypost.com/2021/10/10/california-woman-christina-lopez-paid-4-9-million-after-sons-death-bought-guns-for-other-sons-gang/

  55. @anon
    Forever known as the "Black Karen" case, as Steve questioned the role of aggrieved fiancé who turned out to have serially charged Blake with domestic crimes.

    Laquisha Booker was whisked away, never to reemerge publicly after an initial round os pressers. She has been virtually erased retroactively Fromm social media.

    No google mention of civil lawsuits either, but the case against police was especially weak.

    Replies: @VivaLaMigra

    Laquisha, really? I’d say that sets a new low as far as made-up black…oops, I meant “Black!” with a capital “B!” names, except there’s already “La-a” which, according to the illiterate who bestowed it upon its daughter, is pronounced “Ladasha” for, get this: “..because the dash don’t be silent!”

    • Replies: @Cortes
    @VivaLaMigra

    Terrific! Thanks for that.

  56. @anon

    Without comment or deliberation, the Kenosha City Council has denied a claim for damages from Jacob Blake, the man paralyzed in a police shooting last summer.

    The council voted 17-0 Monday night, rejecting the claim in which Blake sought damages for medical expenses, lost wages and “pain and suffering and disfigurement” as filed by Chicago-based attorneys March 11 with the office of the city’s clerk-treasurer.
     

    Jacob Blake, the 29-year-old Black man who was shot seven times by a White police officer who was responding to a domestic incident on August 23, 2020, has sued the officer for excessive force in federal court, records show.

    The lawsuit, which only names Kenosha, Wisconsin, Officer Rusten Sheskey as a defendant, argues that the shooting "was undertaken with malice, willfulness, and reckless indifference to the rights" of Blake.
     
    The Sheskey lawsuit doesn't seem t be making much progress. No rush to settle any of these, which means no one is afraid of a runaway jury. Sheskey as an individual, is likely to be relatively judgment proof.

    Replies: @VivaLaMigra

    …except the “Black” guy named Blake wasn’t killed outright as true justice would have demanded. He’ll be living off the Dole for decades.

  57. @RadicalCenter
    @AndrewR

    And they also have a lot of resources — and now “reason” to find out who you are and look into you.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    You were fedposting much more explicitly a bit ago, so chill

  58. @Anonymous
    One of the attorneys on Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense team is Robert Barnes. I have been in internet communication with him, and so can you, at a Locals group he created:

    https://vivabarneslaw.locals.com/

    At his group there is the link to donate to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund. I and others in that group have offered advice in the case. His Locals group discusses law and politics generally.

    There’s another case I’m interested in but haven’t heard much about lately: the trial of Dawit Kelete. Kelete is being criminally prosecuted for hitting with his car two Black Lives Matters protestors, injuring one and killing the other. It seems it’s a cause that civic nationalists such as myself and the folks at Gateway Pundit have taken up. I’m my view it was an accident, not intentional, and he should not be prosecuted. Sued in a civil court, sure, where if that happens I hope Kelete files bankruptcy. I heard that a white detective got into trouble for making a joke about the protesters who got hit.

    Replies: @Peter Lund

    Kelete is apparently under house arrest since January, which I suppose is better than being in jail.

    https://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2021/01/driver-in-summer-taylor-vehicular-homicide-case-ordered-released-from-jail-as-case-moves-slowly-toward-trial/

    (I think the surviving girl and the dead girl’s estate should pay for his car damages. They did everything they could to make sure they got hit and Kelete tried very hard not to hit in even bigger crowd of idiots he had no chance of seeing until it was almost too late.)

  59. Has there been a similar conclusion to the stabby teen girl shooting?

  60. @Henry's Cat
    Can't remember the details of the case, and can't be bothered to look. Don't worry, there'll be another one like it coming soon.

    Replies: @JimDandy, @SMK

    Rittenhouse should subpoena Biden for his role in almost getting him killed by Antifa.

    That won’t happen, of course, albeit Biden was not President when he incited Antifa and BLM/black riots and violence with his demagogic lies about “systemic racism” and the shooting of Jacob Blake by a white cop who was acting in obvious self-defense.

    But imagine if Biden was compelled to testify at Rittenhouse’s show-trial, either in person or by video from a room in the White House, and aggressively cross-examined for an hour or 30-40 minutes by defense attorney’s with no teleprompter. Unlike his rare press conferences, in which he refuses to answer questions from reporters at length or often at all because he’s unable to speak coherently, he’d be forced to speak extempore. Imagine the farce and spectacle as his senility and dementia was brutally and laughably exposed.


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    @MEH 0910

    https://twitter.com/ezraklein/status/1446521458327375872

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  62. @VivaLaMigra
    @anon

    Laquisha, really? I'd say that sets a new low as far as made-up black...oops, I meant "Black!" with a capital "B!" names, except there's already "La-a" which, according to the illiterate who bestowed it upon its daughter, is pronounced "Ladasha" for, get this: "..because the dash don't be silent!"

    Replies: @Cortes

    Terrific! Thanks for that.

  63. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nytopinion/status/1446564847768981516

    https://twitter.com/ezraklein/status/1446479433825611785
    https://twitter.com/davidshor/status/1446435215061274654

    Replies: @MEH 0910


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