Category Archives: Race Baiting Grievance Mongers

Activists call Winnipeg Whiteout tradition racist

Winnipeg is a diverse city that rallies around its beloved hockey team. The Winnipeg Jets have fans of all genders, all ethnicities, all political views, and all religions. The Winnipeg Whiteout is a tradition that dates back to 1987, in which fans create a virtual blizzard in response to the Calgary Flames’ “C of Red” by wearing all-white clothing during games, while also flooding the streets in support of their team.

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The Michelle Obama Connection To The Jussie Smollett Case Just Got Even Stranger

Nobody, except for the Obama family, knew who Tina Tchen was a few days ago. Now, her name is everywhere in the news.

That’s because Tchen, former chief of staff to Michelle Obama, is being credited as the person who got hate-crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett off the hook recently in Chicago.

All charges against the “Empire” actor were dropped once Tchen got involved in the case.

But now things just got even stranger, if you can believe it.

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Jussie Smollett perversion proves White Privilege is a myth, say black conservatives

Black conservatives across America are furious at Chicago prosecutor Kim Foxx over her stunning unilateral decision to drop all 16 felony counts against “Empire” star Jussie Smollett after he staged a fake hate crime.

Which perversion do they mean?

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Mayor believed she was the victim of a hate crime victim after ‘yellow, sticky substance’ is found on her car but cops discover it’s simply POLLEN

Police investigated the claims made by Lamar Mayor Darnell Byrd McPherson, who reported that someone sprayed her 2017 Symphony Silver Hyundai Elantra Sport with a residue outside their home on February 7.

The Mayor of the South Carolina town also claimed her husband’s soft-top 1998 Buick Roadmaster had been sprayed with a substance which ‘got in all of the grooves’ of the gray sedan.

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‘We are living through a full-fledged crisis in our democracy’: Hillary issues grave warning at Selma civil rights event as Jesse Jackson says Trump would probably have been ‘with the storm troopers’ on ‘Bloody Sunday’

Yep that’s racism right there

The air remained chilly between 2016 Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders when the two were in Selma, Ala., on Sunday for a breakfast marking the 54th year since the march across the Edmund Pettus bridge.

Clinton and Sanders joined fellow Democrats Cory Booker and Sherrod Brown in addressing the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast, where Clinton warned of a ‘full-fledged crisis in our democracy.’

Also present was civil rights icon Rev. Jesse Jackson, who told Yahoo! News earlier in the day that he believes President Donald Trump would probably have been on the side of the ‘storm troopers’ who beat protesters in what has become known as ‘Bloody Sunday.’

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