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  1. When you express an opinion our leaders don’t like, they call it violence. When criminals commit acts of actual violence, they call it speech.

    Too many words for a bumper. “Their violence is ‘speech’. Our speech is ‘violence’.” Fits better.

    • Agree: RichardTaylor, JosephB
    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Reg Cæsar

    Reg, "Their violence leaves me speechless"

    , @Tetra
    @Reg Cæsar

    Sounds like anarcho-tyranny but is Tucker allowed to say that is the question.

    , @Lagertha
    @Reg Cæsar

    "too late to care with Illegals here"...?

  2. Tucker did a good job of weaving in and around who he was really talking about, being so compliant, building something, preserving society, social values…he even threw the headfake of the old black guy in 1992…

    Anyone watching knows who he was speaking of– a demographic that plays along, plays by the rules–they have more power than they realize he says–and a slight hint of future civil disobedience. He went about as far as one could without saying it and without getting banned for life from Fox.

    He is. almost. there.

  3. Looks like Floyd was Heather Heyer’d (died from fright):

    Asphyxiation not the cause of George Floyd’s death: Autopsy

    “Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease,” said the complaint from the Hennepin County Attorney. “The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.”

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @Hippopotamusdrome

    Odds that gets wide play in the national mainstream media?

    , @The Alarmist
    @Hippopotamusdrome

    As if it matters what the actual cause of death might be. These guys are already convicted and condemned.

  4. I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don’t know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don’t think Amy has a chance to be Biden’s VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    • Replies: @indocon
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris is just about the worst VP choice for Biden, and he is stuck with her now, Trump is one lucky SOB.

    , @Almost Missouri
    @Buffalo Joe

    But does she come across as clean?

    Joking, of course.

    Yeah, this Floyd thing probably finished Klobuchar's political career. Politics is a funny business that way. One day you are a top candidate for the ticket to the White House with a guy who's virtually guaranteed to croak and leave you as President. The next day you are radioactive waste, ignored and forgotten.

    Ann Barnhardt thinks Melinda Gates will be the out-of-left-field VP pick.

    , @JSQ
    @Buffalo Joe

    The media clearly has it out for Klobuchar and the only reason I can discern is that she's a Midwestern Karen. Kamala was just as much of a hard-ass, law-and-order "cop" prosecutor as Klobuchar (moreso even) but it never gets held against her.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    , @Harry Baldwin
    @Buffalo Joe

    And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Next to Biden she does.

    , @ben tillman
    @Buffalo Joe


    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don’t know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don’t think Amy has a chance to be Biden’s VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.
     
    Yeah, but is she clean?

    http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1895156_1894977_1644536,00.html
    , @Kolya Krassotkin
    @Buffalo Joe

    Which means Hillary will be tapped to be Biden's running mate (Right after Stacey Abrams is discovered to have conveniently asphyxiated while eating a bag of pork rinds)

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    , @anon
    @Buffalo Joe


    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don’t know the name of the black women host.
     
    Probably Joy Reid. She's the woman who wrote a number of offensive gay slurs against republicans on her personal blog and then lied about it, claiming she was hacked (preposterous lie). She then called the FBI to investigate. Nothing ever happened or came of it. Since she's a privileged POC, she got away with it. Brian Williams was fired for less. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what privilege is really all about: you get something you wouldn't otherwise get based on your identity or you escape punishment based on that same identity. It does not mean a hardworking, successful white man that you're envious of.
  5. @Reg Cæsar

    When you express an opinion our leaders don’t like, they call it violence. When criminals commit acts of actual violence, they call it speech.
     
    Too many words for a bumper. "Their violence is 'speech'. Our speech is 'violence'." Fits better.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Tetra, @Lagertha

    Reg, “Their violence leaves me speechless”

    • LOL: Kronos
  6. @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    Harris is just about the worst VP choice for Biden, and he is stuck with her now, Trump is one lucky SOB.

  7. Crowds surging at the White House. How long before they storm it and burn it down? I don’t figure Secret Service doing much of anything but standing aside. They know they can’t shoot Black people to save Trump’s life.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @Whiskey

    The great thing about Whiskey is that he is always wrong. He is the UN-Nostradamus, so you can know exactly what is going to happen by assuming the opposite of his predictions.

    Trump tweeted last night about how (I am paraphrasing) they send the youngest and fittest Secret Service agents to the front line because they greatly enjoy beating the shit out of "protesters". Finally, a chance to use their martial arts training in real life ass-kicking, literally no holds barred.

    Should anyone get past the line there are attack dogs and all manner of weapons. The White House looks like a 19th century mansion (even that is an illusion - in the 1940s it was taken down to the outer walls and everything you see on the inside is a modern reconstruction with steel framing, etc.) but in reality it is a high tech military installation - the HQ of the Commander in Chief, and it is defended as such.

  8. The reluctance by the media to label the rioters as rioters is interesting.

    Media elites and politicians tend not to live in the parts of the cities where the riots occur. They generally feel safe.

  9. If Trump is smart, he should consider giving Rick Ector a Presidential medal of Freedom.

    https://www.wilx.com/content/news/Rally-against-hate-protest-held-at-State-Capitol-570832911.html

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Glaivester


    If Trump is smart, he should consider giving Rick Ector a Presidential medal of Freedom.
     
    I don't get it.
    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Glaivester

    From the article you linked:


    Attendees like Karen Bethune said they're sick of the violence against people of color and don't know how much more they can take.

    "I'm tired. Every time I turn on the news I got to see one of my black brothers getting killed, or one of my black sisters being beat down," said Bethune, who drove from Detroit.
     
    That's because the media only show you black people being harmed. They don't show you the overwhelmingly greater number of White people who are harmed by Black people. The real racial violence in American is Black-on-White.

    If White people reacted to their own destruction the way Black people react to the mainstream news, our whole country would be burning right now.
    , @Buzz Mohawk
    @Glaivester

    From the article you linked:


    Attendees like Karen Bethune said they're sick of the violence against people of color and don't know how much more they can take.

    "I'm tired. Every time I turn on the news I got to see one of my black brothers getting killed, or one of my black sisters being beat down," said Bethune, who drove from Detroit.
     
    That's because the media only show you black people being harmed. They don't show you the overwhelmingly greater number of White people who are harmed by Black people. The real racial violence in American is Black-on-White.

    If White people reacted to their own destruction the way Black people react to the mainstream news, our whole country would be burning right now.

    Replies: @anon

  10. The word everyone is looking for was coined by the late Sam Francis:

    Anarcho-Tyranny

    Let’s all use it in a sentence soon.

    • Agree: Redneck farmer
    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @anon

    Exactly. They arrest a guy defending his property, but stand by while a police station is burned down.

  11. I like Tucker but headline is not true.

    This is not agents of chaos. People are trying to achieve specific goals.

  12. anon[267] • Disclaimer says:

    Are there rich guys who unleash these riots when it serves their purpose, and then turn them off? We see waves of this, and then nothing for a few years, and then it starts again (in the election year). The sudden internet and media hype of a death followed by instantaneous riot feels like a planned event, but I really don’t know.

  13. It has been that way in academia for at least 60 years. Politicians were adjusting to it no later than the close of the 1960s.

  14. I came here to leave a link to Tucker’s powerful opening monologue tonight. Thanks, Steve.

  15. @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    But does she come across as clean?

    Joking, of course.

    Yeah, this Floyd thing probably finished Klobuchar’s political career. Politics is a funny business that way. One day you are a top candidate for the ticket to the White House with a guy who’s virtually guaranteed to croak and leave you as President. The next day you are radioactive waste, ignored and forgotten.

    Ann Barnhardt thinks Melinda Gates will be the out-of-left-field VP pick.

    • LOL: R.G. Camara
  16. Impunity

    Impunity

    Impunity

  17. OT:

    Why haven’t any of the Houston Astros caught the corona virus?

    They saw the signs before anyone else.

    Thank you, I’ll be here all night – or at least until Ron bans me again.

  18. Uh the leaders respect the will of the People

    The People are rising up against injustice and racism

    They are sick of white supremacy and racism

    Maybe you guys are wrong

    Consider that none of you are under 30

    You are out of touch

  19. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Politically Incorrect Riotous Negroes making fun of fat, Asian, and female National Guard members:

    “Mah lil’ brotha could kick yo’ ass!” 😂

    https://mobile.twitter.com/mo3dey/status/1266543811146084353

  20. How is that multiculturalism thing working out in Minnesota?

    • Replies: @Che Blutarsky
    @Paul

    It's just a coincidence that Minneapolis never burned down when it was 90% white. It's just bad luck.

  21. Tucker’s lost some weight. Lookin svelt.

  22. It is interesting to see immigrants from the third world who cannot come to the United States fast enough in order to face racist oppression.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • LOL: notsaying
  23. Anonymous[162] • Disclaimer says:

    100% of the problem is the demonically corrupt MSM. Without it, abnormality would be far harder to organize at scale.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  24. Impunity

    Impunity

  25. Hate to double comment but I watched the segment, and Tucker is sadly wrong.

    “You’re on your own”.

    No. It’s much worse than that. The police won’t help to defend you, and they will come arrest you for defending yourself.

    This is real South Africa hours. It happened. 2020.

  26. Just heard a CNN reporter on scene explain to Don Lemon that though the crowd was throwing bottles at him, the protesters were non-violent and the bottles were not thrown “in a mean way”.

  27. Black Rioters: Impunity

    White Conservatives: Attack for not wearing masks

    It’s as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    • Thanks: Neoconned
    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @216

    Genghis Khan was perfectly human.

    , @JimDandy
    @216

    Dear Andrew Lawrence, Deputy Director of Rapid Response for Media Matters:

    You don't know what to say about what you just watched because the portions of your brain that control critical thinking and logical argumentation have atrophied after so much time in the echo chambers. I'm glad I could clear up your confusion. Now go get your shinebox.

    , @danand
    @216


    “It’s as if these people fail a Turing Test.“
     
    Thanks For posting that 216, I experienced a diametrically opposite reaction to what Andrew Lawrence had. Starting to hear lots and sirens and helicopter blades here, I guess it’s on.

    I don’t why why but when I saw your ID, 216, my mind jumped to 1312:

    “ACAB is an acronym meaning "All cops are bastards". It is used as a slogan and written catchphrase in graffiti, tattoos, and other imagery. It is sometimes numerically rendered as "1312", after the alphabetic order of the letters.”

    At these “protests” I’m seeing both of these, number and letter, acronyms scrawled everywhere.
    , @ben tillman
    @216

    These people think a virus can be transmitted through the television?

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Anonymous

    , @BenKenobi
    @216


    It’s as if these people fail a Turing Test.
     
    They're way off baseline, that's for sure.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrP-_T-h9YM
  28. @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    The media clearly has it out for Klobuchar and the only reason I can discern is that she’s a Midwestern Karen. Kamala was just as much of a hard-ass, law-and-order “cop” prosecutor as Klobuchar (moreso even) but it never gets held against her.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @JSQ

    The media clearly has it out for Klobuchar and the only reason I can discern is that she’s a Midwestern Karen.

    They don't want a White woman.

    They want their mulatto Harris even though she is mostly Indian. It really isn't disputable that she got her career start by working under the desk. Gabbard is a much better candidate and totally ignored.

    The smart play on Biden's part would be to ignore the media and look at the numbers. But Biden is weak and will capitulate. He already said he would pick a woman which is pandering.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

  29. The reality is this.

    America is basically a police state.

    So if you follow the laws, you’ll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed. If you’re willfully disobedient to a cop, you could get physically brutalized. Occasionally, even killed.

    So it’s foolish to defy cops. They’ll often make you pay for it. Most Americans understand this, which is why everybody acts deferential around cops. Cops can be scary people.

    If you’re naive and foolish, you think America is a “free” country. If you’re shrewd and cautious, you understand that there are a lot of ways to get in “trouble” – and significant ramifications for doing so.

    If you look at the demographics of people who break the law and then go on to defy cops, it’s disproportionately Blacks who do this. That’s the main reason why Blacks end up getting killed a lot by the cops.

    With that said, I think there’s an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime. So in the absence of the police state, Blacks could destroy a lot of our major cities. Which they sort of did from the late 60s through the early 90s.

    It’s not an ideal situation, but such is life in America. At least with the cops, you can avoid trouble by being meek and submissive. It’s more difficult to avoid Black criminality and violence. That’s why most people support the cops.

    Americans are basically caught between the “devil and the deep sea.”

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Every year, around 9,000 Blacks are killed in homicide incidents. Around 300 are killed by cops. So if you're black, your odds of being killed by a cop are 1/30th your odds of being killed by another civilian.

    Interesting graphic.

    https://cdn.theatlantic.com/thumbor/zNVfREYXUQwt9DA6aNJRuyp9bGc=/548x378/filters:format(png)/https://cdn.citylab.com/media/img/posts/2019/08/police_shooting_race/original.png

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Craig Nelsen

    , @Daniel Williams
    @JohnnyWalker123


    America is basically a police state. So if you follow the laws, you’ll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed.
     
    So you’re saying that in this police state that is America 2020, you can be fined or jailed for breaking the law?

    What do you believe are the consequences for breaking the law in other, freer societies?

    , @Neoconned
    @JohnnyWalker123

    I've had cops stop me while I was walking down the street. Basically sexually assaulted me. Fingers probing up my crotch, rear end crack etc

    And I'm white.

    Anybody who doesn't think you live in a police state should watch YouTube videos where cops find weed or a gun in somebody's car and use that as an excuse to blow your brains out....

    , @Lagertha
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Agree, about everything you wrote! The problem, now, is that young people, B & W, are the ones "protesting" and burning shit because they have been "sheltering in place! and all!"

    Families and wealthier urban people (both B & W) have left for their lake, beach homes/parent's larger homes, rented homes near me, to ride-out Covid.

    So, the Brooklynites and LA, MN, Atlanta, etc., young people are just going to get bitten in the Ass of Reality, tomorrow. They're not wearing their masks, so their faces are being downloaded big time.

    Cops who dare to work, should arrest as many of these parasites (B & W) to make it painfully difficult for any company/org to ever hire them. I hate these people, W or B, who are destroying property, hitting people, throwing stuff at people. These young people are garbage; and they deserve what is coming for them in 1-10 years. No one cares about them...and, they are too stupid to realize that.

    Also, these governors and mayors WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF THEIR CITY- WHAT A BUNCH OF CALLOW COWARDS!!! - FIRST TIME IN USA HISTORY!

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123


    there’s an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime.
     
    This would only be true if it explained the aspects of the police state that go beyond beat cops, but it doesn't. This is the reason that people like Steve have for supporting cop culture, but not most Americans. Most Americans never get beyond "my country/my govt=good".

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

  30. @Paul
    How is that multiculturalism thing working out in Minnesota?

    Replies: @Che Blutarsky

    It’s just a coincidence that Minneapolis never burned down when it was 90% white. It’s just bad luck.

  31. • Replies: @Pericles
    @t

    The antifa were presumably bussed in somehow ahead of this spontaneous uprising, so investigators should take a look at the logistics of all of this.

    Is it too much to call the associated funding flows 'terrorist financing'? What do you think, financier George Soros?

  32. Anon[382] • Disclaimer says:

    There are far too many people in their late teens and twenties out on the streets protesting. They don’t seem to have anything to do. They need to weighed down by jobs, because they sure don’t seem to be employed.

    At least their lack of social distancing is going to give them Covid. They’re protesting in places that have the worst outbreaks of it. When they go home to their mommies, mommie is going to get a bad case of Covid. That might make the little snotrags feel some regret for behaving like a pavement ape.

    • Replies: @peterike
    @Anon


    There are far too many people in their late teens and twenties out on the streets protesting... At least their lack of social distancing is going to give them Covid. They’re protesting in places that have the worst outbreaks of it.
     
    Sadly, the risk of a teen or 20-something getting Covid while outdoors rioting is pretty much zero.
  33. @Reg Cæsar

    When you express an opinion our leaders don’t like, they call it violence. When criminals commit acts of actual violence, they call it speech.
     
    Too many words for a bumper. "Their violence is 'speech'. Our speech is 'violence'." Fits better.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Tetra, @Lagertha

    Sounds like anarcho-tyranny but is Tucker allowed to say that is the question.

  34. @216
    https://twitter.com/SCRinBham/status/1266526744887955456

    Black Rioters: Impunity

    White Conservatives: Attack for not wearing masks

    It's as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @JimDandy, @danand, @ben tillman, @BenKenobi

    Genghis Khan was perfectly human.

  35. When the rioters get liquored up on looted alcohol they become bolder.

  36. In a country of 300MM+, every single day you will have someone from one race doing something really crappy to someone of another race. It is pretty much a certainty. Now with smartphones everywhere there is a fair chance it will be recorded. If every time this happens a bunch of riots occur rather than letting the judicial system do its thing, you can pretty much stick a fork in this society; it just isn’t viable. Time for separate countries.

    Of course blacks do a lot more crappy things to whites/Asians/Hispanics than the reverse but there are certainly going to be cases where there genuinely are sympathetic black victims. Regardless, that doesn’t excuse a riot. The idea that riots are ‘understandable’ is infantilizing BS.

    • Agree: ben tillman
  37. Somewhat OT:

    Pouring another gallon of gasoline on the dumpster fire consuming the bloated corpse of the Star Wars franchise, John Boyega (“Finn”) now openly sides with BLM:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8363031/John-Boyega-furiously-tells-fans-racist-f-k-George-Floyd-death.html

    Boyega, born in London (Peckham), is the son of Nigerian immigrants to Britain. He has zero connection to American slavery.

    • Replies: @LondonBob
    @Stan Adams

    Blacks in Britain identify with blacks in America, it is the culture pushed on them by the media.

  38. @JohnnyWalker123
    The reality is this.

    America is basically a police state.

    So if you follow the laws, you'll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed. If you're willfully disobedient to a cop, you could get physically brutalized. Occasionally, even killed.

    So it's foolish to defy cops. They'll often make you pay for it. Most Americans understand this, which is why everybody acts deferential around cops. Cops can be scary people.

    If you're naive and foolish, you think America is a "free" country. If you're shrewd and cautious, you understand that there are a lot of ways to get in "trouble" - and significant ramifications for doing so.

    If you look at the demographics of people who break the law and then go on to defy cops, it's disproportionately Blacks who do this. That's the main reason why Blacks end up getting killed a lot by the cops.

    With that said, I think there's an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime. So in the absence of the police state, Blacks could destroy a lot of our major cities. Which they sort of did from the late 60s through the early 90s.

    It's not an ideal situation, but such is life in America. At least with the cops, you can avoid trouble by being meek and submissive. It's more difficult to avoid Black criminality and violence. That's why most people support the cops.

    Americans are basically caught between the "devil and the deep sea."

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Daniel Williams, @Neoconned, @Lagertha, @Chrisnonymous

    Every year, around 9,000 Blacks are killed in homicide incidents. Around 300 are killed by cops. So if you’re black, your odds of being killed by a cop are 1/30th your odds of being killed by another civilian.

    Interesting graphic.

    • Replies: @JimDandy
    @JohnnyWalker123

    And of the 300, what percentage of those innocent black martyrs were killed merely for shooting their own guns at police?

    , @Craig Nelsen
    @JohnnyWalker123

    The graphic showing lifetime risk of being killed by police roughly three times higher for black men than white men isn't very shocking. For truly shocking inequality and probably white supremacy

    https://craignelsen.com/img/graphics/persons_arrested_10+_times.jpg

  39. So I got on Twitter a couple weeks ago.

    Been reasonably fun, got to trade some good takes with the illustrious Spotted Toad, and kept up with the launch.

    Thought what the heck, I’ll follow the NFL feed, and Tex Chapman, that should be uplifting, and how about Books, maybe I can find a good read.

    All of those channels have gone full Kaepernick. It’s one thing to joke about the SJW working it’s way through the fat part of the distribution, it’s another thing to see it up close. Not good.

    • Replies: @XYZ (no Mr.)
    @Desiderius

    So all those 'sportsball' jokes were accurate? So Vox Day has been revealed to be a jackass all along? Professional American sports are literally the worship of athletes...and their corresponding cultural and ethnic and racial communities. Athletic ability and discipline are very good: no watching and more doing by American men would result in a much different and better society. This process technically should be much easier than rooting SJWs out of power in universities, so I am wondering what the issue is...

  40. Its looking more and more like President Stacey Abrams. She’s the slam dunk pick out of all of this. And you know Joe Biden is about one day or so away from announcing Reparations.

    And look at the riots. Young White women are participating. They are going crazy for BLM. Wow big surprise, women fall for the biggest swaggering dominant men. And that sure as hell aint’ White men.

    Also note on the CNN protesters the Mexican Flag.

    This is basically all the dominant power centers: White women, non Whites, government, moving to Kulak the Deplorables. With Joe Biden’s Wu Flu Tracers, millions strong and predictably armed, every White person in America not a big shot or hot chick will end up in the camps, with their stuff taken to pay to the rioters and vibrants culturally enriching society.

    Its what our rulers all along have dreamed of. As Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy once noted, what’s the point of being rich if ordinary people have nice things too?

    Trump has been a disaster. All he did was make our rulers and Black people and White women angry. He made them angry but did not destroy them.

    • Agree: Neoconned
  41. @JohnnyWalker123
    The reality is this.

    America is basically a police state.

    So if you follow the laws, you'll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed. If you're willfully disobedient to a cop, you could get physically brutalized. Occasionally, even killed.

    So it's foolish to defy cops. They'll often make you pay for it. Most Americans understand this, which is why everybody acts deferential around cops. Cops can be scary people.

    If you're naive and foolish, you think America is a "free" country. If you're shrewd and cautious, you understand that there are a lot of ways to get in "trouble" - and significant ramifications for doing so.

    If you look at the demographics of people who break the law and then go on to defy cops, it's disproportionately Blacks who do this. That's the main reason why Blacks end up getting killed a lot by the cops.

    With that said, I think there's an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime. So in the absence of the police state, Blacks could destroy a lot of our major cities. Which they sort of did from the late 60s through the early 90s.

    It's not an ideal situation, but such is life in America. At least with the cops, you can avoid trouble by being meek and submissive. It's more difficult to avoid Black criminality and violence. That's why most people support the cops.

    Americans are basically caught between the "devil and the deep sea."

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Daniel Williams, @Neoconned, @Lagertha, @Chrisnonymous

    America is basically a police state. So if you follow the laws, you’ll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed.

    So you’re saying that in this police state that is America 2020, you can be fined or jailed for breaking the law?

    What do you believe are the consequences for breaking the law in other, freer societies?

  42. @JohnnyWalker123
    The reality is this.

    America is basically a police state.

    So if you follow the laws, you'll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed. If you're willfully disobedient to a cop, you could get physically brutalized. Occasionally, even killed.

    So it's foolish to defy cops. They'll often make you pay for it. Most Americans understand this, which is why everybody acts deferential around cops. Cops can be scary people.

    If you're naive and foolish, you think America is a "free" country. If you're shrewd and cautious, you understand that there are a lot of ways to get in "trouble" - and significant ramifications for doing so.

    If you look at the demographics of people who break the law and then go on to defy cops, it's disproportionately Blacks who do this. That's the main reason why Blacks end up getting killed a lot by the cops.

    With that said, I think there's an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime. So in the absence of the police state, Blacks could destroy a lot of our major cities. Which they sort of did from the late 60s through the early 90s.

    It's not an ideal situation, but such is life in America. At least with the cops, you can avoid trouble by being meek and submissive. It's more difficult to avoid Black criminality and violence. That's why most people support the cops.

    Americans are basically caught between the "devil and the deep sea."

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Daniel Williams, @Neoconned, @Lagertha, @Chrisnonymous

    I’ve had cops stop me while I was walking down the street. Basically sexually assaulted me. Fingers probing up my crotch, rear end crack etc

    And I’m white.

    Anybody who doesn’t think you live in a police state should watch YouTube videos where cops find weed or a gun in somebody’s car and use that as an excuse to blow your brains out….

  43. @216
    https://twitter.com/SCRinBham/status/1266526744887955456

    Black Rioters: Impunity

    White Conservatives: Attack for not wearing masks

    It's as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @JimDandy, @danand, @ben tillman, @BenKenobi

    Dear Andrew Lawrence, Deputy Director of Rapid Response for Media Matters:

    You don’t know what to say about what you just watched because the portions of your brain that control critical thinking and logical argumentation have atrophied after so much time in the echo chambers. I’m glad I could clear up your confusion. Now go get your shinebox.

  44. @JohnnyWalker123
    The reality is this.

    America is basically a police state.

    So if you follow the laws, you'll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed. If you're willfully disobedient to a cop, you could get physically brutalized. Occasionally, even killed.

    So it's foolish to defy cops. They'll often make you pay for it. Most Americans understand this, which is why everybody acts deferential around cops. Cops can be scary people.

    If you're naive and foolish, you think America is a "free" country. If you're shrewd and cautious, you understand that there are a lot of ways to get in "trouble" - and significant ramifications for doing so.

    If you look at the demographics of people who break the law and then go on to defy cops, it's disproportionately Blacks who do this. That's the main reason why Blacks end up getting killed a lot by the cops.

    With that said, I think there's an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime. So in the absence of the police state, Blacks could destroy a lot of our major cities. Which they sort of did from the late 60s through the early 90s.

    It's not an ideal situation, but such is life in America. At least with the cops, you can avoid trouble by being meek and submissive. It's more difficult to avoid Black criminality and violence. That's why most people support the cops.

    Americans are basically caught between the "devil and the deep sea."

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Daniel Williams, @Neoconned, @Lagertha, @Chrisnonymous

    Agree, about everything you wrote! The problem, now, is that young people, B & W, are the ones “protesting” and burning shit because they have been “sheltering in place! and all!”

    Families and wealthier urban people (both B & W) have left for their lake, beach homes/parent’s larger homes, rented homes near me, to ride-out Covid.

    So, the Brooklynites and LA, MN, Atlanta, etc., young people are just going to get bitten in the Ass of Reality, tomorrow. They’re not wearing their masks, so their faces are being downloaded big time.

    Cops who dare to work, should arrest as many of these parasites (B & W) to make it painfully difficult for any company/org to ever hire them. I hate these people, W or B, who are destroying property, hitting people, throwing stuff at people. These young people are garbage; and they deserve what is coming for them in 1-10 years. No one cares about them…and, they are too stupid to realize that.

    Also, these governors and mayors WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF THEIR CITY- WHAT A BUNCH OF CALLOW COWARDS!!! – FIRST TIME IN USA HISTORY!

  45. If you’re a young White man, do not allow yourself to ever be used as cannon fodder to restore order for the sake of those who betrayed you.

  46. Tucker is right.

    • Replies: @Gordo
    @R.G. Camara


    Tucker is right.
     
    Agree, protect that guy, we have nothing even remotely like him in UK.

    Replies: @Rob McX

  47. @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Every year, around 9,000 Blacks are killed in homicide incidents. Around 300 are killed by cops. So if you're black, your odds of being killed by a cop are 1/30th your odds of being killed by another civilian.

    Interesting graphic.

    https://cdn.theatlantic.com/thumbor/zNVfREYXUQwt9DA6aNJRuyp9bGc=/548x378/filters:format(png)/https://cdn.citylab.com/media/img/posts/2019/08/police_shooting_race/original.png

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Craig Nelsen

    And of the 300, what percentage of those innocent black martyrs were killed merely for shooting their own guns at police?

  48. @216
    https://twitter.com/SCRinBham/status/1266526744887955456

    Black Rioters: Impunity

    White Conservatives: Attack for not wearing masks

    It's as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @JimDandy, @danand, @ben tillman, @BenKenobi

    “It’s as if these people fail a Turing Test.“

    Thanks For posting that 216, I experienced a diametrically opposite reaction to what Andrew Lawrence had. Starting to hear lots and sirens and helicopter blades here, I guess it’s on.

    I don’t why why but when I saw your ID, 216, my mind jumped to 1312:

    “ACAB is an acronym meaning “All cops are bastards”. It is used as a slogan and written catchphrase in graffiti, tattoos, and other imagery. It is sometimes numerically rendered as “1312”, after the alphabetic order of the letters.”

    At these “protests” I’m seeing both of these, number and letter, acronyms scrawled everywhere.

  49. God bless Tucker.

    • Agree: Buzz Mohawk
  50. @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Next to Biden she does.

  51. @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don’t know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don’t think Amy has a chance to be Biden’s VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Yeah, but is she clean?

    http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1895156_1894977_1644536,00.html

  52. @Glaivester
    If Trump is smart, he should consider giving Rick Ector a Presidential medal of Freedom.

    https://www.wilx.com/content/news/Rally-against-hate-protest-held-at-State-Capitol-570832911.html

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Buzz Mohawk, @Buzz Mohawk

    If Trump is smart, he should consider giving Rick Ector a Presidential medal of Freedom.

    I don’t get it.

  53. Steve, You don’t even have the decency or the balls to type the name George Floyd. You don’t wanna upset your white supremacist readers/funders. Better crank out another article about another article being cranked out about Emmett Till (fresh angle you’ve been working since 2017). Anyway, you believe Floyd is subhuman and If you were an interesting writer you are just go ahead and write that article.

    • Troll: Craig Nelsen
    • Replies: @216
    @TomInNOLA

    The highlight of the deceased man's life was in death instigating a Communist rebellion in our country.

    We are not going to indulge the left which collectively blames conservative white men for all of the world's problems.

    Mr. Floyd is no different than the dead German diplomat used as the excuse for Kristallnacht.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @fredyetagain aka superhonky
    @TomInNOLA

    The butthurt is strong in this one.

  54. @Desiderius
    So I got on Twitter a couple weeks ago.

    Been reasonably fun, got to trade some good takes with the illustrious Spotted Toad, and kept up with the launch.

    Thought what the heck, I’ll follow the NFL feed, and Tex Chapman, that should be uplifting, and how about Books, maybe I can find a good read.

    All of those channels have gone full Kaepernick. It’s one thing to joke about the SJW working it’s way through the fat part of the distribution, it’s another thing to see it up close. Not good.

    Replies: @XYZ (no Mr.)

    So all those ‘sportsball’ jokes were accurate? So Vox Day has been revealed to be a jackass all along? Professional American sports are literally the worship of athletes…and their corresponding cultural and ethnic and racial communities. Athletic ability and discipline are very good: no watching and more doing by American men would result in a much different and better society. This process technically should be much easier than rooting SJWs out of power in universities, so I am wondering what the issue is…

  55. Anon[382] • Disclaimer says:

    Anyone remember the surge to empty jails because of Covid? Is anyone stupid enough to think these newly-released thugs aren’t busy looting and smashing right now? As long as the majority of these thugs are left roaming the streets we’re going to see ‘rioting’–actually looting, going on in our big cities until they’re locked up again. This may go on all summer.

    Liberal mayors are being bitten on the butt by their pet pit bulls.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Anon

    Liberal mayors are being bitten on the butt by their pet pit bulls.

    Yea I'm not sure why anyone is really upset about these riots.

    They were inevitable so they might as well happen in liberal cities.

    Liberals have been telling Blacks that Whitey made them poor and ruined Africa as well. Liberals keep lying about race with no real plan if they are wrong.

    The rage has been building for years. I'm honestly surprised we haven't had a riot where an entire city burns.

  56. My conclusion is that the media can unleash the mob on the normies whenever they want.

    • Replies: @ben tillman
    @Anon

    Yes, they can do almost anything.

  57. Oh, how much better it would have been if a clear-speaking thinker like Tucker had been our President, rather than a bloviating narcissist like Trump.

    • Agree: Mr McKenna, Hibernian
    • Replies: @Anon
    @Cato

    Classic loser mentality - complain about what could have been or should have been, instead of doing anything practical or addressing concrete realities that actually exist.

    Why don't you go out there and riot like the other Antifags? Just tear it all down because everything isn't perfect or how YOU want it to be.

  58. @216
    https://twitter.com/SCRinBham/status/1266526744887955456

    Black Rioters: Impunity

    White Conservatives: Attack for not wearing masks

    It's as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @JimDandy, @danand, @ben tillman, @BenKenobi

    These people think a virus can be transmitted through the television?

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @ben tillman

    well, Ben, the Media is the virus

    , @Anonymous
    @ben tillman


    These people think a virus can be transmitted through the television?
     
    Isn’t television the primary vector of the mind virus that had infected American whites?
  59. “So it’s foolish to defy cops.”

    Agreed. I will add: The cooperation, the compliance, should be instantaneous. There exists what I will call the “male hesitation response.” The football coach says, “everybody line up for wind sprints!” and nobody immediately moves. A macho hesitation to create the illusion of voluntariness. But a policeman is not a parent or teacher or football coach. You don’t do the male hesitation thing with a policeman. Whites get this, and can accept it. Blacks do not.

  60. University of Rhode Island Professor advocates burning more police stations:

    https://www.lawyersgunsmoneyblog.com/2020/05/cops-are-fascists

    • Replies: @Pericles
    @t

    How about burning a campus?

  61. In 2016, the unrest made Trump look like Nixon in 1968.

    This year, it’s making him look like George H.W. Bush in 1992.

    It’s pretty clear that this has been an organized, nationwide effort by Antifa. Who Trump was “giving consideration” to designating a terrorist organization a year ago. I guess that went into the same place that the wall, the executive order on birthright citizenship, and pretty much everything other than the tax cuts, the First Step Act, and a bunch of tough-talking tweets went. The White House itself being under siege couldn’t be more symbolic.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Thomas

    Doubting Thomas

    , @Mike_from_SGV
    @Thomas

    He is not accomplishing much other than sending inflammatory tweets. Last night I thought he was going to bring down the hammer on the terrorists, but he walked it back, and buildings are still burning. So now the terrorists know that he's a paper tiger. They already knew the police were ineffectual.

  62. @Thomas
    In 2016, the unrest made Trump look like Nixon in 1968.

    This year, it's making him look like George H.W. Bush in 1992.

    It's pretty clear that this has been an organized, nationwide effort by Antifa. Who Trump was "giving consideration" to designating a terrorist organization a year ago. I guess that went into the same place that the wall, the executive order on birthright citizenship, and pretty much everything other than the tax cuts, the First Step Act, and a bunch of tough-talking tweets went. The White House itself being under siege couldn't be more symbolic.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Mike_from_SGV

    Doubting Thomas

  63. WSJ: to punish China, let in more Chinese.

    This is the kind of Reaganesque move that would remind the world of America’s big heart and faith in freedom.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/visas-for-hong-kong-11590792802

    That’ll show ’em! If you really want to despair, read the comments.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Charon

    The failure of democracy is happening before our very eyes. We have an incompetent, greedy ruling class that doesn't deserve to rule but also can't be removed. The mass Chinese emigration policy proposal made by the WSJ is just insane (and dumb). It would immediately be weaponized by the PRC to effect a takeover of the United States. How do I know this? Well, because that's what they did to Hong Kong. It's been PRC policy to abuse Hong Kong immigration policy by steady flooding the city with PRC loyal Chinese. The policy has resulted in a slow erosion of the city's independence. The PRC would do the same here. They'd place their citizens in areas of influence in tech and media, and within a generation you'll notice criticism of the PRC is hate speech and most of your other freedoms are gone.

    Think this is impossible? Rod Dreher has some interesting speculation on the subject:



    YouTube Appears to be Auto-Deleting Comments Critical of Chinese Communists

    There has been speculation for a year or so about the extent to which Google may be infiltrated by China. Alex Stamos, head of security at Facebook, thinks it’s very possible. Three editions of Google’s internal microaggressions newsletter, excerpts of which I reported on for the Daily Caller last year, contained a few incidents that point to substantial pro-PRC sentiment within the company. A Taiwanese flag in one Lego display was vandalized. Protests against Dragonfly were reported as racist—a striking example of social justice rhetoric providing cover for authoritarian regimes, a phenomenon the Australians know well.


    ...

    Twitter’s new Board Member Li Feifei was deeply involved in the dev of AI technology deployed in the CCP’s military/public surveillance apparatus, and she has also been a lead in opposition to Google’s cooperation with the US DoD. @[email protected][email protected]://t.co/tRhxxLGBd9

    — Dan B (@idannyb) May 17, 2020

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/state-of-the-union/youtube-appears-to-be-auto-deleting-comments-critical-of-the-chinese-government/
     
  64. @ben tillman
    @216

    These people think a virus can be transmitted through the television?

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Anonymous

    well, Ben, the Media is the virus

  65. 216 says:
    @TomInNOLA
    Steve, You don't even have the decency or the balls to type the name George Floyd. You don't wanna upset your white supremacist readers/funders. Better crank out another article about another article being cranked out about Emmett Till (fresh angle you've been working since 2017). Anyway, you believe Floyd is subhuman and If you were an interesting writer you are just go ahead and write that article.

    Replies: @216, @fredyetagain aka superhonky

    The highlight of the deceased man’s life was in death instigating a Communist rebellion in our country.

    We are not going to indulge the left which collectively blames conservative white men for all of the world’s problems.

    Mr. Floyd is no different than the dead German diplomat used as the excuse for Kristallnacht.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @216


    Mr. Floyd is no different than the dead German diplomat used as the excuse for Kristallnacht.
     
    The German diplomat was deliberately killed. He was murdered. Floyd, unfortunate as his death is, was not. He died of a heart attack.
  66. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    Many young, non-black folks camping outside the offending deputies house waiting to kill him, while shaming officers there to prevent the killing.

    Liberal mobs are so predictable, so unselfaware, and so ugly.

  67. @TomInNOLA
    Steve, You don't even have the decency or the balls to type the name George Floyd. You don't wanna upset your white supremacist readers/funders. Better crank out another article about another article being cranked out about Emmett Till (fresh angle you've been working since 2017). Anyway, you believe Floyd is subhuman and If you were an interesting writer you are just go ahead and write that article.

    Replies: @216, @fredyetagain aka superhonky

    The butthurt is strong in this one.

  68. @JSQ
    @Buffalo Joe

    The media clearly has it out for Klobuchar and the only reason I can discern is that she's a Midwestern Karen. Kamala was just as much of a hard-ass, law-and-order "cop" prosecutor as Klobuchar (moreso even) but it never gets held against her.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    The media clearly has it out for Klobuchar and the only reason I can discern is that she’s a Midwestern Karen.

    They don’t want a White woman.

    They want their mulatto Harris even though she is mostly Indian. It really isn’t disputable that she got her career start by working under the desk. Gabbard is a much better candidate and totally ignored.

    The smart play on Biden’s part would be to ignore the media and look at the numbers. But Biden is weak and will capitulate. He already said he would pick a woman which is pandering.

    • Replies: @Dieter Kief
    @John Johnson

    Symbols seem to become more important as these things develop. Symbols reign over reality. Joe Biden is not least looking so weak because he has succumbed to this logic.

  69. @Anon
    Anyone remember the surge to empty jails because of Covid? Is anyone stupid enough to think these newly-released thugs aren't busy looting and smashing right now? As long as the majority of these thugs are left roaming the streets we're going to see 'rioting'--actually looting, going on in our big cities until they're locked up again. This may go on all summer.

    Liberal mayors are being bitten on the butt by their pet pit bulls.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Liberal mayors are being bitten on the butt by their pet pit bulls.

    Yea I’m not sure why anyone is really upset about these riots.

    They were inevitable so they might as well happen in liberal cities.

    Liberals have been telling Blacks that Whitey made them poor and ruined Africa as well. Liberals keep lying about race with no real plan if they are wrong.

    The rage has been building for years. I’m honestly surprised we haven’t had a riot where an entire city burns.

    • Agree: Alden
  70. It’s pretty clear that this has been an organized, nationwide effort by Antifa. Who Trump was “giving consideration” to designating a terrorist organization a year ago.

    When’s Antifa going public? That’s one stock that’ll never go down the toilet, not with the backers they got. Starting with Soros.

    Trump will say more inane stuff. He’s just another distraction.

  71. @Anon
    My conclusion is that the media can unleash the mob on the normies whenever they want.

    Replies: @ben tillman

    Yes, they can do almost anything.

  72. What Tucker Carlson packs into 7:11 minutes of comment is impressive. I’ll copy the link, because what he says here clearly is To be Remembered for the Future (Hans Magnus Enzensberger).

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Dieter Kief

    I feel a certain sense of pride that I quoted and used Tucker for 2+ years in my posts. We are lucky to have him. No one is he as ardent to protect the Constitution. As an immigrant, I am in awe of Americans who are putting up with so much shit from Democrats.

    Replies: @Anonymous

  73. @216
    https://twitter.com/SCRinBham/status/1266526744887955456

    Black Rioters: Impunity

    White Conservatives: Attack for not wearing masks

    It's as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @JimDandy, @danand, @ben tillman, @BenKenobi

    It’s as if these people fail a Turing Test.

    They’re way off baseline, that’s for sure.

  74. @Reg Cæsar

    When you express an opinion our leaders don’t like, they call it violence. When criminals commit acts of actual violence, they call it speech.
     
    Too many words for a bumper. "Their violence is 'speech'. Our speech is 'violence'." Fits better.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Tetra, @Lagertha

    “too late to care with Illegals here”…?

  75. @John Johnson
    @JSQ

    The media clearly has it out for Klobuchar and the only reason I can discern is that she’s a Midwestern Karen.

    They don't want a White woman.

    They want their mulatto Harris even though she is mostly Indian. It really isn't disputable that she got her career start by working under the desk. Gabbard is a much better candidate and totally ignored.

    The smart play on Biden's part would be to ignore the media and look at the numbers. But Biden is weak and will capitulate. He already said he would pick a woman which is pandering.

    Replies: @Dieter Kief

    Symbols seem to become more important as these things develop. Symbols reign over reality. Joe Biden is not least looking so weak because he has succumbed to this logic.

  76. @Dieter Kief
    What Tucker Carlson packs into 7:11 minutes of comment is impressive. I'll copy the link, because what he says here clearly is To be Remembered for the Future (Hans Magnus Enzensberger).

    Replies: @Lagertha

    I feel a certain sense of pride that I quoted and used Tucker for 2+ years in my posts. We are lucky to have him. No one is he as ardent to protect the Constitution. As an immigrant, I am in awe of Americans who are putting up with so much shit from Democrats.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Lagertha


    As an immigrant, I am in awe of Americans who are putting up with so much shit from Democrats.
     
    Is that a compliment to them or a criticism?

    Replies: @Lagertha

  77. @Thomas
    In 2016, the unrest made Trump look like Nixon in 1968.

    This year, it's making him look like George H.W. Bush in 1992.

    It's pretty clear that this has been an organized, nationwide effort by Antifa. Who Trump was "giving consideration" to designating a terrorist organization a year ago. I guess that went into the same place that the wall, the executive order on birthright citizenship, and pretty much everything other than the tax cuts, the First Step Act, and a bunch of tough-talking tweets went. The White House itself being under siege couldn't be more symbolic.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Mike_from_SGV

    He is not accomplishing much other than sending inflammatory tweets. Last night I thought he was going to bring down the hammer on the terrorists, but he walked it back, and buildings are still burning. So now the terrorists know that he’s a paper tiger. They already knew the police were ineffectual.

  78. @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    Which means Hillary will be tapped to be Biden’s running mate (Right after Stacey Abrams is discovered to have conveniently asphyxiated while eating a bag of pork rinds)

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Kolya Krassotkin

    Ko, Biden, "tapped" and Hillary in the same sentence is gringe worthy.

  79. @Glaivester
    If Trump is smart, he should consider giving Rick Ector a Presidential medal of Freedom.

    https://www.wilx.com/content/news/Rally-against-hate-protest-held-at-State-Capitol-570832911.html

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Buzz Mohawk, @Buzz Mohawk

    From the article you linked:

    Attendees like Karen Bethune said they’re sick of the violence against people of color and don’t know how much more they can take.

    “I’m tired. Every time I turn on the news I got to see one of my black brothers getting killed, or one of my black sisters being beat down,” said Bethune, who drove from Detroit.

    That’s because the media only show you black people being harmed. They don’t show you the overwhelmingly greater number of White people who are harmed by Black people. The real racial violence in American is Black-on-White.

    If White people reacted to their own destruction the way Black people react to the mainstream news, our whole country would be burning right now.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    This is white cop on white. By far the worst cop killing of an innocent man that I’ve seen. And Daniel Shaver was totally innocent. The cop was acquitted.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OflGwyWcft8

    Replies: @Sam Malone

  80. @Glaivester
    If Trump is smart, he should consider giving Rick Ector a Presidential medal of Freedom.

    https://www.wilx.com/content/news/Rally-against-hate-protest-held-at-State-Capitol-570832911.html

    Replies: @ben tillman, @Buzz Mohawk, @Buzz Mohawk

    From the article you linked:

    Attendees like Karen Bethune said they’re sick of the violence against people of color and don’t know how much more they can take.

    “I’m tired. Every time I turn on the news I got to see one of my black brothers getting killed, or one of my black sisters being beat down,” said Bethune, who drove from Detroit.

    That’s because the media only show you black people being harmed. They don’t show you the overwhelmingly greater number of White people who are harmed by Black people. The real racial violence in American is Black-on-White.

    If White people reacted to their own destruction the way Black people react to the mainstream news, our whole country would be burning right now.

    • Thanks: Mr McKenna
  81. Anonymous[151] • Disclaimer says:
    @ben tillman
    @216

    These people think a virus can be transmitted through the television?

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Anonymous

    These people think a virus can be transmitted through the television?

    Isn’t television the primary vector of the mind virus that had infected American whites?

  82. anon[167] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buffalo Joe
    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don't know the name of the black women host. She was interviewing Kamala Harris and they were dwelling on the fact that Amy Klobuchar did not prosecute the cop in the George Floyd case for some previous transgression when Klobuchar was a prosecutor. So, I don't think Amy has a chance to be Biden's VP. And Harris really does not come across as articulate.

    Replies: @indocon, @Almost Missouri, @JSQ, @Harry Baldwin, @ben tillman, @Kolya Krassotkin, @anon

    I watched a bit of a segment on MSNBC, sorry I don’t know the name of the black women host.

    Probably Joy Reid. She’s the woman who wrote a number of offensive gay slurs against republicans on her personal blog and then lied about it, claiming she was hacked (preposterous lie). She then called the FBI to investigate. Nothing ever happened or came of it. Since she’s a privileged POC, she got away with it. Brian Williams was fired for less. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what privilege is really all about: you get something you wouldn’t otherwise get based on your identity or you escape punishment based on that same identity. It does not mean a hardworking, successful white man that you’re envious of.

  83. anon[365] • Disclaimer says:
    @Charon
    WSJ: to punish China, let in more Chinese.

    This is the kind of Reaganesque move that would remind the world of America’s big heart and faith in freedom.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/visas-for-hong-kong-11590792802

     

    That'll show 'em! If you really want to despair, read the comments.

    Replies: @anon

    The failure of democracy is happening before our very eyes. We have an incompetent, greedy ruling class that doesn’t deserve to rule but also can’t be removed. The mass Chinese emigration policy proposal made by the WSJ is just insane (and dumb). It would immediately be weaponized by the PRC to effect a takeover of the United States. How do I know this? Well, because that’s what they did to Hong Kong. It’s been PRC policy to abuse Hong Kong immigration policy by steady flooding the city with PRC loyal Chinese. The policy has resulted in a slow erosion of the city’s independence. The PRC would do the same here. They’d place their citizens in areas of influence in tech and media, and within a generation you’ll notice criticism of the PRC is hate speech and most of your other freedoms are gone.

    Think this is impossible? Rod Dreher has some interesting speculation on the subject:

    YouTube Appears to be Auto-Deleting Comments Critical of Chinese Communists

    There has been speculation for a year or so about the extent to which Google may be infiltrated by China. Alex Stamos, head of security at Facebook, thinks it’s very possible. Three editions of Google’s internal microaggressions newsletter, excerpts of which I reported on for the Daily Caller last year, contained a few incidents that point to substantial pro-PRC sentiment within the company. A Taiwanese flag in one Lego display was vandalized. Protests against Dragonfly were reported as racist—a striking example of social justice rhetoric providing cover for authoritarian regimes, a phenomenon the Australians know well.

    Twitter’s new Board Member Li Feifei was deeply involved in the dev of AI technology deployed in the CCP’s military/public surveillance apparatus, and she has also been a lead in opposition to Google’s cooperation with the US DoD. @[email protected][email protected]://t.co/tRhxxLGBd9

    — Dan B (@idannyb) May 17, 2020

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/state-of-the-union/youtube-appears-to-be-auto-deleting-comments-critical-of-the-chinese-government/

  84. @Stan Adams
    Somewhat OT:

    Pouring another gallon of gasoline on the dumpster fire consuming the bloated corpse of the Star Wars franchise, John Boyega ("Finn") now openly sides with BLM:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8363031/John-Boyega-furiously-tells-fans-racist-f-k-George-Floyd-death.html

    Boyega, born in London (Peckham), is the son of Nigerian immigrants to Britain. He has zero connection to American slavery.

    Replies: @LondonBob

    Blacks in Britain identify with blacks in America, it is the culture pushed on them by the media.

  85. @JohnnyWalker123
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Every year, around 9,000 Blacks are killed in homicide incidents. Around 300 are killed by cops. So if you're black, your odds of being killed by a cop are 1/30th your odds of being killed by another civilian.

    Interesting graphic.

    https://cdn.theatlantic.com/thumbor/zNVfREYXUQwt9DA6aNJRuyp9bGc=/548x378/filters:format(png)/https://cdn.citylab.com/media/img/posts/2019/08/police_shooting_race/original.png

    Replies: @JimDandy, @Craig Nelsen

    The graphic showing lifetime risk of being killed by police roughly three times higher for black men than white men isn’t very shocking. For truly shocking inequality and probably white supremacy

  86. @t
    https://twitter.com/Noahpinion/status/1266569898144092160

    Replies: @Pericles

    The antifa were presumably bussed in somehow ahead of this spontaneous uprising, so investigators should take a look at the logistics of all of this.

    Is it too much to call the associated funding flows ‘terrorist financing’? What do you think, financier George Soros?

  87. It’s another color revolution. If a country or a people don’t follow script, they knock it over and create Soylent Green world out of it. A classic psyops operation. This time it’s America and Americans. The target is white, Christian, libertarian minded America. We’re a threat to the NWO. So it’s time they put a stop to us, and turn us into nice, afraid, compliant Chinese-like drones. The problem is it’s not a precise or reliable tool. It’s chemotherapy, so it generally makes you so sick you wish you hadn’t done it. And will probably kill you anyway. The NWO must have been afraid, very afraid.

  88. @t
    University of Rhode Island Professor advocates burning more police stations:

    https://www.lawyersgunsmoneyblog.com/2020/05/cops-are-fascists

    Replies: @Pericles

    How about burning a campus?

  89. @R.G. Camara
    Tucker is right.

    Replies: @Gordo

    Tucker is right.

    Agree, protect that guy, we have nothing even remotely like him in UK.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Gordo

    Rod Liddle is pretty good.

  90. @Gordo
    @R.G. Camara


    Tucker is right.
     
    Agree, protect that guy, we have nothing even remotely like him in UK.

    Replies: @Rob McX

    Rod Liddle is pretty good.

  91. @anon
    The word everyone is looking for was coined by the late Sam Francis:

    Anarcho-Tyranny

    Let's all use it in a sentence soon.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    Exactly. They arrest a guy defending his property, but stand by while a police station is burned down.

  92. Anonymous[207] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lagertha
    @Dieter Kief

    I feel a certain sense of pride that I quoted and used Tucker for 2+ years in my posts. We are lucky to have him. No one is he as ardent to protect the Constitution. As an immigrant, I am in awe of Americans who are putting up with so much shit from Democrats.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    As an immigrant, I am in awe of Americans who are putting up with so much shit from Democrats.

    Is that a compliment to them or a criticism?

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Anonymous

    hahhahhahaaa! criticism, of course - I despise Democrats...the tree pollen (firs trees) and its heavy powder, currently "flowering" over every surface is really affecting my brain. Sometimes, I also, don't think in English: meant shocked, not awe.

  93. Anonymous[207] • Disclaimer says:
    @216
    @TomInNOLA

    The highlight of the deceased man's life was in death instigating a Communist rebellion in our country.

    We are not going to indulge the left which collectively blames conservative white men for all of the world's problems.

    Mr. Floyd is no different than the dead German diplomat used as the excuse for Kristallnacht.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Mr. Floyd is no different than the dead German diplomat used as the excuse for Kristallnacht.

    The German diplomat was deliberately killed. He was murdered. Floyd, unfortunate as his death is, was not. He died of a heart attack.

  94. Tucker inspired to write a poem.

    Fort Apache Minneapolis!!!!
    Iraqistan comes to America.
    The chickens are home roosting.

  95. @Anon
    There are far too many people in their late teens and twenties out on the streets protesting. They don't seem to have anything to do. They need to weighed down by jobs, because they sure don't seem to be employed.

    At least their lack of social distancing is going to give them Covid. They're protesting in places that have the worst outbreaks of it. When they go home to their mommies, mommie is going to get a bad case of Covid. That might make the little snotrags feel some regret for behaving like a pavement ape.

    Replies: @peterike

    There are far too many people in their late teens and twenties out on the streets protesting… At least their lack of social distancing is going to give them Covid. They’re protesting in places that have the worst outbreaks of it.

    Sadly, the risk of a teen or 20-something getting Covid while outdoors rioting is pretty much zero.

  96. @Hippopotamusdrome
    Looks like Floyd was Heather Heyer'd (died from fright):

    Asphyxiation not the cause of George Floyd's death: Autopsy

    “Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease,” said the complaint from the Hennepin County Attorney. “The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.”

     

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @The Alarmist

    Odds that gets wide play in the national mainstream media?

  97. @Hippopotamusdrome
    Looks like Floyd was Heather Heyer'd (died from fright):

    Asphyxiation not the cause of George Floyd's death: Autopsy

    “Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease,” said the complaint from the Hennepin County Attorney. “The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.”

     

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @The Alarmist

    As if it matters what the actual cause of death might be. These guys are already convicted and condemned.

  98. @Cato
    Oh, how much better it would have been if a clear-speaking thinker like Tucker had been our President, rather than a bloviating narcissist like Trump.

    Replies: @Anon

    Classic loser mentality – complain about what could have been or should have been, instead of doing anything practical or addressing concrete realities that actually exist.

    Why don’t you go out there and riot like the other Antifags? Just tear it all down because everything isn’t perfect or how YOU want it to be.

  99. @JohnnyWalker123
    The reality is this.

    America is basically a police state.

    So if you follow the laws, you'll be fine. If you break the laws, you could face significant financial penalties or even be jailed. If you're willfully disobedient to a cop, you could get physically brutalized. Occasionally, even killed.

    So it's foolish to defy cops. They'll often make you pay for it. Most Americans understand this, which is why everybody acts deferential around cops. Cops can be scary people.

    If you're naive and foolish, you think America is a "free" country. If you're shrewd and cautious, you understand that there are a lot of ways to get in "trouble" - and significant ramifications for doing so.

    If you look at the demographics of people who break the law and then go on to defy cops, it's disproportionately Blacks who do this. That's the main reason why Blacks end up getting killed a lot by the cops.

    With that said, I think there's an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime. So in the absence of the police state, Blacks could destroy a lot of our major cities. Which they sort of did from the late 60s through the early 90s.

    It's not an ideal situation, but such is life in America. At least with the cops, you can avoid trouble by being meek and submissive. It's more difficult to avoid Black criminality and violence. That's why most people support the cops.

    Americans are basically caught between the "devil and the deep sea."

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123, @Daniel Williams, @Neoconned, @Lagertha, @Chrisnonymous

    there’s an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime.

    This would only be true if it explained the aspects of the police state that go beyond beat cops, but it doesn’t. This is the reason that people like Steve have for supporting cop culture, but not most Americans. Most Americans never get beyond “my country/my govt=good”.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Chrisnonymous

    That's part of it for sure. Though beyond the beat level, most people aren't even really paying attention anyway.

    I think there'd be more public push back against cops if there wasn't a fear of violent Black criminals.

    Every time an area is de-policed, Blacks react by rioting. Which sort of proves the point that the cops were trying to make.

  100. @Kolya Krassotkin
    @Buffalo Joe

    Which means Hillary will be tapped to be Biden's running mate (Right after Stacey Abrams is discovered to have conveniently asphyxiated while eating a bag of pork rinds)

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Ko, Biden, “tapped” and Hillary in the same sentence is gringe worthy.

  101. @Whiskey
    Crowds surging at the White House. How long before they storm it and burn it down? I don't figure Secret Service doing much of anything but standing aside. They know they can't shoot Black people to save Trump's life.

    Replies: @Jack D

    The great thing about Whiskey is that he is always wrong. He is the UN-Nostradamus, so you can know exactly what is going to happen by assuming the opposite of his predictions.

    Trump tweeted last night about how (I am paraphrasing) they send the youngest and fittest Secret Service agents to the front line because they greatly enjoy beating the shit out of “protesters”. Finally, a chance to use their martial arts training in real life ass-kicking, literally no holds barred.

    Should anyone get past the line there are attack dogs and all manner of weapons. The White House looks like a 19th century mansion (even that is an illusion – in the 1940s it was taken down to the outer walls and everything you see on the inside is a modern reconstruction with steel framing, etc.) but in reality it is a high tech military installation – the HQ of the Commander in Chief, and it is defended as such.

  102. @Buzz Mohawk
    @Glaivester

    From the article you linked:


    Attendees like Karen Bethune said they're sick of the violence against people of color and don't know how much more they can take.

    "I'm tired. Every time I turn on the news I got to see one of my black brothers getting killed, or one of my black sisters being beat down," said Bethune, who drove from Detroit.
     
    That's because the media only show you black people being harmed. They don't show you the overwhelmingly greater number of White people who are harmed by Black people. The real racial violence in American is Black-on-White.

    If White people reacted to their own destruction the way Black people react to the mainstream news, our whole country would be burning right now.

    Replies: @anon

    This is white cop on white. By far the worst cop killing of an innocent man that I’ve seen. And Daniel Shaver was totally innocent. The cop was acquitted.

    • Agree: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Sam Malone
    @anon

    we have a lot of evil cops in this country.

  103. Anonymous[970] • Disclaimer says:

    Tucker: Our Leaders Have Sided with the Agents of Chaos

    No shi*. Just look at the Middle East. Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc.

    US cuck leaders have allowed Zionist arsonists do as they please.

    But despite the mayhem, the narrative is always “We must stand with Israel(that aids ISIS against Syria)” than “Jews need to stop acting like globo-thugs.” Why? Jews rule, and Jews are holy.

    Same with blacks. As blacks are holy and sacred, the entire narrative on both ‘left’ and ‘right’ is about what can we say or do to apologize to blacks, flatter blacks, satisfy blacks.

    So, even though black thugs act like crazed lunatics, everyone from Democrats to Trump is pontificating about holy blackness.

    When something is deified, it is right always. Stalin could kill millions, but he was always to be praised and defended.
    Jews and blacks are like collective-stalins. No matter what they do, the narrative is about honoring and applauding them.

    Rational thinking and factual analysis melt before spiritual adulation. Jews and blacks are human gods of America.

  104. @Chrisnonymous
    @JohnnyWalker123


    there’s an important reason why Americans tolerate and even support this current system. Americans are aware that Blacks commit very high rates of violence, unruliness, and crime.
     
    This would only be true if it explained the aspects of the police state that go beyond beat cops, but it doesn't. This is the reason that people like Steve have for supporting cop culture, but not most Americans. Most Americans never get beyond "my country/my govt=good".

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    That’s part of it for sure. Though beyond the beat level, most people aren’t even really paying attention anyway.

    I think there’d be more public push back against cops if there wasn’t a fear of violent Black criminals.

    Every time an area is de-policed, Blacks react by rioting. Which sort of proves the point that the cops were trying to make.

  105. @anon
    @Buzz Mohawk

    This is white cop on white. By far the worst cop killing of an innocent man that I’ve seen. And Daniel Shaver was totally innocent. The cop was acquitted.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OflGwyWcft8

    Replies: @Sam Malone

    we have a lot of evil cops in this country.

  106. @Anonymous
    @Lagertha


    As an immigrant, I am in awe of Americans who are putting up with so much shit from Democrats.
     
    Is that a compliment to them or a criticism?

    Replies: @Lagertha

    hahhahhahaaa! criticism, of course – I despise Democrats…the tree pollen (firs trees) and its heavy powder, currently “flowering” over every surface is really affecting my brain. Sometimes, I also, don’t think in English: meant shocked, not awe.

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