Ghettos for thee but, not for me.

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Wow. Just… wow. Check out this quote from the NY Post.

As protests broke out across the country in the name of Black Lives Matter, the group’s co-founder went on a real estate buying binge, snagging four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone, according to property records.

Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37, also eyed property in the Bahamas at an ultra-exclusive resort where Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods both have homes, The Post has learned. Luxury apartments and townhouses at the beachfront Albany resort outside Nassau are priced between $5 million and $20 million, according to a local agent.

The self-described Marxist last month purchased a $1.4 million home on a secluded road a short drive from Malibu in Los Angeles, according to a report. The 2,370-square-foot property features “soaring ceilings, skylights and plenty of windows” with canyon views. The Topanga Canyon homestead, which includes two houses on a quarter-acre, is just one of three homes Khan-Cullors owns in the Los Angeles area, public records show.

To be honest, I’ve seen the photos and what can I say? Don’t hate the player, hate the game. And BLM is playing the game of grievance – well. And to add a bit more irony to the story, the demographics of where she lives is also raising eyebrows. According to  to official data, non-hispanic white people make up 82.3% of the population in Topanga Canyon while African-Americans comprise a mere 1.64% of the population.

Although black lives may matter to Khan-Cullors, it appears as though she doesn’t want to live next door to them. #Irony Look at these headlines.

Do you know what these 3 headlines have in common, besides the story itself? They are all from news organizations OUTSIDE of the USA. So, while this is a noteable story here in America, it is nowhere NEAR as big as it should be for a couple of reasons. The first reason is censorship. Here is a quote from The Federalist.

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors purchased a $1.4 million home last month in Topanga Canyon, a secluded area of Los Angeles whose population is reportedly less than 2 percent black. The self-described Marxist is now facing criticism for the extravagant purchase, including from Jason Whitlock, an African-American sports journalist. 

Whitlock tweeted about the controversy last week, writing, “Black Lives Matter Founder buys $1.4 million home in Topanga, which has a black population of 1.4%. She’s with her people!” He added a link to the story on the celebrity property blog The Dirt. Twitter quickly deleted his post and locked his account for “violating our rules against posting private information.

Something else being censored online (or suppressed, shall we say), is this story from The Grio (a popular website with African Americans). Out of the hundreds of millions of people on Twitter (to include BLM friends and detractors), its only been shared 12 times at this writing. Here is a quote from the article.

BLM reportedly brought in $90 million in donations last year, and now inquiring minds want to know if or how Cullors is paid by the organization and how much she has contributed to charity, per Daily Mail. Hawk Newsome, the head of Black Lives Matter Greater New York City, is calling for a probe into Cullors’ finances.

The other reason why this sensational story has yet to reach the critical mass of.. say… (insert any keyword here, any keyword at all and add the the word Trump to a headline) is because of new BLM violence protests. The protests are in response to a female officer who fatally shot a black man at a traffic stop. The action was accidental as the intent was to fire a taser instead. It was tragic and the police officer should be fired and punished for ineptitude. Like clockwork, the mainstream media did not hesitate to make a bad situation worse. For example, I’m sure The NY Times got a lot of clicks from this tweet.

Unfortunately, most people will see headlines like this and not learn the details of what actually happened. Daunte Wright was not killed over an air freshner in his car. There was a warrant for his arrest which is why he resisted arrest and tried to flee.

Nevertheless, the narrative will be that the police are hunting black men in the streets and the violence against them is unending; which is not true.

The truth of this incident will come out eventually but by then, the mainstream media will likely say very little (or nothing) about it when it does.

Protests will continue for awhile and some will be peaceful, likely throughout the day.

But at night, riots and looting will commence as the protesters “grieve” the loss of Duante Wright by getting Nike tennis shoes at 100% off.

And when the smoke clears, no one is going to remember anything about BLM’s founder buying a million dollar mansion. And if they do, the story will be censored by Big Tech (again), suppressed in the mainstream media (again), as the next tragedy is used to garner more outrage and the cycle continues.


SURVEY: Race Relations Worse Under Biden than Trump

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So, I read this article today from Washington Examiner that had my mind racing a bit. Its entitled, “Black people agree: Race relations ‘worse’ under Biden.” It was a short article and I quote most of it.

Under President Joe Biden’s administration, race relations have “gotten worse,” and more black people believe so than not.

According to the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, this one on the George Floyd murder trial of a white Minneapolis police officer, 40% of likely voters said race relations have deteriorated under Biden. About 3% of respondents said they see no change, and 22% said they are better.

What is remarkable is that even more black people, 41%, believe race relations have worsened, a sharp break from the liberals and Democrats who don’t see much change since former President Donald Trump left office.

Biden has a black and Asian vice president, and he has a more diverse staff and Cabinet than Trump, but it apparently hasn’t influenced how the public views the issue. The media have also hyped his black voter support in the 2020 election, though it also saw Trump winning more than expected.

“During the presidential campaign, Joe Biden supported the protests, promising action on ‘systemic racism,’ but most voters don’t think the country’s racial problems have improved,” the poll said. “Only 22% say race relations in America have gotten better since Biden was elected president. Forty percent (40%) say race relations have gotten worse since the election, while 34% say race relations are about the same.”

When I read that I wondered how race relations are measured in our country. Typically, there is a survey or poll of some kind, followed by opinion. It occurred to me that if someone really wanted to know the state of race relations in the USA, three data points would be undeniable: the rate of interracial marriages, interracial families and the rate of interracial adoption. What better measures could there be of total acceptance than that? I think it would be hard to find a more convincing argument. Here are some stats that I found.


  •  Nearly four-in-ten adults (39%) say the growing number of people marrying someone of a different race is good for society, up from 24% in 2010.
  • A 2018 Statista survey examined the representation of interracial couples in popular American TV shows. 43% of female participants stated that these TV shows need more interracial couples, and in total, 39% of respondents claimed these relationships should be more frequent on TV.
  • Biracial couples are increasingly the norm in advertising and there are no efforts to cancel the trend.

And to quote The Guardian

It’s been half a century since the US supreme court decriminalized interracial marriage. Since then, the share of interracial and interethnic marriages in America has increased fivefold, from 3% of all weddings in 1967 to 17% in 2015.


  • Nearly three-in-ten Asian newlyweds (29%) were married to someone of a different race or ethnicity in 2015, as were 27% of Hispanic newlyweds.
  • Although Asian and Hispanic newlyweds are most likely to be intermarried, overall increases in intermarriage have been driven in part by rising intermarriage rates among black and white newlyweds. The most dramatic increase has occurred among black newlyweds, whose intermarriage rate more than tripled from 5% in 1980 to 18% in 2015. Among whites, the rate rose from 4% in 1980 to 11% in 2015.
  • In 2015, 24% of recently married black men were intermarried, compared with 12% of newly married black women. 


  • One-in-seven U.S. infants (14%) are multiracial or multiethnic. This share is nearly triple the share (5%) in 1980.


  • The percentage of international adoptions that are interracial: 84%.
  • 1 out of every 5 adoptions in the United States that is privately initiated and funded will be an interracial adoption.
  • Among all non-Caucasian children who are adopted, 73% of them are adopted into Caucasian families.


  • Studies show that interracial / transracial adoptions can provide a stable home for children in need, with more than 75% of transracially adopted children adjusting well to their new homes.
  • A 1995 study determined that interracial adoption had no negative impact on a child when it comes to “adjustment, self-esteem, academic achievement, peer relationships, parental and adult relationships.”

So, my question is this…

If there is a large (and growing) percentage of interracial marriages, interracial families, interracial adoptions and social acceptance of interracial couples, where is all of this alleged racism coming from? Could it be a by-product of the cultural marxism taught by critical race theory in our public schools? Could it be a false narrative projected upon the citizenry by the mainstream media for the purposes of profit? Could it also be part of a plan to distract and divide the country as our enemies slowly take control? Call me crazy but yes, I think so.

More interesting reading for you…

Sources: 2017 – Pew Research, 2018 – Statista, Brandon Gaille, Rainbow Kids

This is why they want our guns…

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Today, President Joe Biden announced Executive Orders on Gun Control. in his speech he said the following:

“Nothing I’m about to recommend in any way impinges on the Second Amendment,” Biden said. “These are phony arguments suggesting that these are Second Amendment rights at stake from what we’re talking about.”

Continuing, Biden said: “But no amendment to the Constitution is absolute … From the very beginning, you couldn’t own any weapon you wanted to own. From the very beginning the Second Amendment existed, certain people weren’t allowed to have weapons. So the idea is just bizarre to suggest that some of the things we’re recommending are contrary to the Constitution.”

As soon as his speech was over, political pundits began debunking his speech as inaccurate and unconstitutional. One such pundit was from Tim Pool Daily Show (April 8, 2021 – s573 – Biden Wrongly Denounces Constitutional Rights In Order To Enforce Democrat Gun Control Agenda) who not only pointed out the fallacies of what Biden was asserting but also several false narratives and phony arguments that the gun control lobby likes to assert. It is well worth a listen.

President Biden called the gun violence in the USA an “epidemic” that has to stop, clearly appealing to Americans’ sense of compassion by expressing his personal convictions to protect the citizenry. His most earnest pleas did not resonate as authentic to me for two reasons. For one, in 1986, Biden voted with the National Rifle Association on a bill called the “Firearms Owners’ Protection Act,” which the nation’s largest pro-gun organization called “the law that saved gun rights” because it rolled back overreaching government regulations. NBC noted that Biden was the key to the law’s passage at the time. So, what happened? The political wins changed and Biden changed with them.

And for two, his son – Hunter Biden, should be charged with a felony for lying on a gun background check. How ironic. Yet, I highly doubt Hunter will even answer for his crime. There was no mention of it in Biden’s speech today and smart money says it will be avoided by the mainstream media as a topic in any press briefings; except maybe by Fox. This reeks of the 2-tier justice elites enjoy but everyday Americans are denied. All to say, I do not see Biden making a stand on principal. Rather, these situations suggest to me that the announcement of his gun control actions has ulterior motives…

  1. To distract from the disastrous border crisis the Biden administration created.
  2. To rally the left and get their needed goodwill ahead of pending legislation that will likely be unpopular (More taxes, perhaps?)
  3. To play the long game of more population control by removing more freedoms.

Whether the reason for his executive orders is one or all of the above, I do not think the catalyst for them was the best interest of the American people. If it were, Biden would have urged his Democratic colleagues (despite the politics of the day) to try different strategies to curb crime in their cities. For example, Chicago is known for its gun violence and yet they have some of the strictest gun laws in the country. Key takeaway: Law abiding citizens have difficulty getting protection whereas getting guns are easy for criminals. Simply put, legal gun owners are not the ones causing problems. I am reminded of a tweet from Charlie Kirk.

Some people say that America does not have a gun violence problem and that the gun is the innocent bystander caught in the crossfire. Indeed, some point out that 62% of USA gun deaths are suicides. No matter which argument you buy, it does seem to me that the gun control debate is not about the safety of the American people, not entirely. Why? There are many things more deadly than gun in America and efforts to address them pale in comparison to gun control. Here are just a few:

If it is provably true that there are statistically more deadlier concerns than gun violence then, why the political focus on the issue? I think 2 reasons:

a) If you do not have guns then you are more dependent on the government to protect you from criminals. More government in your life means more taxes to pay for the added protection. As a result, an elite group of rulers (and their cronies) gets richer as you get poorer.

b) If you do not have guns then nothing can protect you from government tyranny and they can trample your rights and take away your freedoms without significant fear of violent reprisals from the masses. Consider the following quotes and their authors…

“The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subjugated races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subjugated races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing. Indeed, I would go so far as to say that the supply of arms to the underdogs is a sine qua non for the overthrow of any sovereignty. So let’s not have any native militia or native police.” -Adolf Hitler

“One man with a gun can control 100 without one.” – Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

“All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party.” – Mao Tze Tung

This last quote is the hallowed Second Amendment of the US Constitution. It was passed by Congress on September 25, 1789 and ratified December 15, 1791.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

I am grateful for the wisdom of our founding fathers and the God-given right to own a firearm in America. See you next week with more rants.

Its only racist when Trump does it! Not Biden.

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Its only racist when Trump does it! Not Biden.

National File: Rep. Ilhan Omar slammed President Joe Biden for attempting to quietly continue work on the southern border wall project commissioned by President Donald Trump, just after Biden loudly proclaimed that he was ordering the halt of all construction on the barrier.

You down wit’ CCP? Nope, not me.

FOX NEWS: China is attempting to brainwash Christians by holding them in mobile “transformation facilities,” according to a new report. Radio Free Asia relayed stories last week from a man given the pseudonym Li Yuese, who said he was beaten in a windowless room for nearly 10 months. 

Somebody give that man a cape! He’s a superhero.

INFOWARS: Alex Jones sees a group of children being crammed into the back of a car to be smuggled away and intervenes.

By their own logic, PayPal is a racist company.

WND: The opposition of major corporations such as Coca-Cola and Delta to a Georgia election law has drawn attention to an alliance of more than 1,000 companies that, in effect, have identified themselves as opponents of voting integrity. The Civic Alliance boasts on its website that its membership has grown to 1,119 companies that employ more than 5 million people.

PayPal is one of the companies listed as making a stand against election-integrity laws that mandate Voter ID. Below is a tweet that puts their stance in perspective.

Umm… what did you hear him say?

Gateway Pundit: Listen closely and you might hear what the defense wants you to hear.

Whether he said it or not is irrelevant. If he Officer Chauvin is not found guilty of murdering George Floyd, cities will burn. Black Lives Matter will see to that. At least, according to BLM Activist Maya Echols.

Sedition? What sedition? They made it up.

Fake news newspaper concept isolated on white. EPS 10 file. Transparency effects used on highlight elements. Despite all the outrage and the threats of charging “insurrectionists” with sedition—the act of attempting to overthrow the government—proving them based upon actual facts and evidence seems to be increasingly unlikely. For example, Michael Cantrell reported on America’s Sheriff that:

“Many of the trials for individuals involved in the Capitol riotof January 6th have started and much to the chagrin of liberals everywhere, the charges these folks are facing aren’t quite as serious as we were all led to believe they would be. In fact, the Justice Department has now said that the body of evidence in these cases is not as damaging as it was previously thought to be.”

With so much fake news out there, good thing we have Bill Gates and George Soros teaming up to make things right. #Sarcasm I wonder if they are going to go after what CBS what they did to Governor DeSantis?

Behold, the mask of the future!

WEF: Wow. With so much scientific investment into developing such a device, its almost as if some people are planning for the pandemic to never end.

Biden Backs Off Boycott After China Threatens Him

Gateway Pundit: The State Department backed off of talks of the US boycotting the Beijing Winter Olympics as China threatened a “robust” response. State Department spokesman Ned Price on Tuesday said a boycott is something that the US wishes to discuss with our allies. “It is something that we certainly wish to discuss,” Price said, “A coordinated approach will not only be in our interest but also in the interest of our allies and partners.”

Its due to incidents like this that the foreign press (from allies, at that) that we are seen as weak on the world stage. Listen to how the Australian News compares Biden to Trump. Did the foreign press love Trump. NO. However, they did not say things like this.

Did you hear about the noose in California? Me neither. Hate hoax?

NOQ Report: Like NOQ Report, I am highly skeptical of the alleged hate crime of hanging a noose near students at a major California University for the same reasons they cite. (My emphasis added.)

IF the perpetrator was white, here’s how it would have gone down by now. The school would have held a press conference revealing the student’s race at the very least, possible even his or her name. They would have addressed it as swift justice and that they’re now in the process of determining what criminal charges should be filed. They would be offering counseling to students of color as they consider whether to make race sensitivity programs mandatory for all, especially white students. Mainstream media would be swarming. The social justice ambulance chasers would be clamoring for cameras. There would likely be rioting of some sort.

IF, on the other hand, the perpetrator was a person of color, there would be radio silence, as there is right now, even after the person had issued a confession and been expelled from the dorms.

I will add to their list of reasons, my list of 100+ race crime hoaxes from 2007 – 2020.

That’s it for now. More tomorrow.

Ga’s new voting law: I checked. Its not racist.

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There has been a lot of hoopla recently about Senate Bill 202, a new law signed by Republican Governor – Brian Kemp. How you view this law depends on whose talking points you believe and whether or not you read the actual law, which most people have not. Its intent is to enhance voting rules so elections are fair and safe. As reported by The Hill, the bill will…

“…require voters to provide a driver’s license or state-issued ID card number to request and submit absentee ballots, and it would curtail the use of ballot drop boxes, limiting their placement to early-voting locations and making them accessible only while the precinct is open.”

It also, according to BreitBart…

…gives the Georgia State Elections Board the ability to take over county election boards in areas that may require oversight. Georgia’s Secretary of State, currently held by Brad Raffensperger, would also be removed as chair of the State Elections Board.

In addition, the bill, which has now been signed into law, shortens the runoff election span, taking it from nine weeks after the general election to four weeks and prevents food or beverages from being given to voters who are waiting in line to vote.

Some people have seized on the language that prohibits giving people water standing in the voting line which is why there were so many tweets and Facebook and Instagram comments like this in circulation.

President Biden commented on the SB 202 as well when he called it an atrocity.

There has been a lot of debate over Biden’s comments and much of it has been debunked for those willing to listen. I will share some of what I have heard.

The issue of prohibiting people water in the voting line is not new. Its been in effect since 2005-2006 timeframe. Look up the phrase “Line Warming” which is basically giving someone a gift (for example, water or food) in an attempt to persuade them to vote a certain way. (This is the reason why you see signs that say no one can campaign within 150 feet of a voting station.) Essentially, its meant to stop things like this (see below) being given to voters in the voting line as a way of promoting a candidate.

To prove this further, here is some language from the actual law. Obviously, few people in the mainstream media (and some politicians) have not read it.

No person shall solicit votes [or] distribute or display any campaign material, nor shall any person give, offer to give, or participate in the giving of any money or gifts, including, but not limited to, food and drink, to [a voter] … This Code section shall not be construed to prohibit a poll officer…from making available self-service water from an unattended receptacle to [a voter] waiting in line to vote.

The National Review made some very interesting observations about SB 202 that I feel compelled to share as well.

Now, first of all, notice what is not prohibited here. Voters can still bring bottled water or other food or beverages with them to stand on line to vote, as people often do when waiting at Disney World or to buy concert tickets or in other public places where people stand on long lines. Voters can still also, if they like, order food; the bill doesn’t stop the Domino’s Pizza man or the local hot dog cart or taco truck from doing business. And if you feel impelled to donate food and drink to voters, you can still do that, too; you just have to give it to the poll workers so they can put it out for general use. The president’s claim that “You can’t provide water for people about to vote” is just false. What you cannot do under the new Georgia law is deploy people in National Rifle Association t-shirts and MAGA hats to hand out free Koch-brothers-financed, Federalist Society–branded pizza to voters.

Someone else who has read the actual law is Henry Olsen of The Washington Post who said this among so many other noteworthy comments.

Jim Crow was a heinous system that systematically denied Black Americans — and many poor Whites — their constitutional right to vote through bogus “literacy tests,” poll taxes and other measures such as “Whites only” Democratic primaries in states where Democrats were sure to win. Backed by racist law enforcement and threats of violence or lynching by the Ku Klux Klan and similar groups, even Black people who were able to vote often chose not to. It took the civil rights revolution, and especially the Voting Rights Act of 1965, to undo this system.

The new Georgia law does nothing to return the state to this terrible time. Black voters will still be able to register without hindrance. And they, like all other Georgians, will be able to vote in many different ways: on Election Day, in-person before Election Day, or by mail without an excuse if they are 65 or older.

And after dismantling much of the alleged “Jim Crow” claims others have been making, he ends his piece this way.

No bill is perfect, and reasonable people can disagree about the balance between voter access and election integrity. But Democratic claims that this law amounts to racist voter suppression should be seen for what they are: overwrought partisan rhetoric that unnecessarily increases racial and political tensions.

And to his point, some Democrat leaders have indeed used this new law to fan the flames of racism with the hope off garnering political influence later and thus, acquire (or stay) in power. For example, Stacy Abrams applauded Major League Baseball’s decision to move the All-star game out of GA, as it was done to show disapproval for the new “racist” voting law.

Woke CEOs supported Abrams and the Democrat leadership for their stance against the racial oppression they believed was inherent in the new law. Coca-Cola and Delta were the most vocal.

But then, the political winds started to change. President Trump called for a boycott and his supporters rallied in approval.

And then other observations were made about the law. The All-Star game would cost Atlanta $100,000,000.00 in lost revenue. It was also realized that Major League Baseball was taking the game from 51% Black Atlanta to 76% White Denver. And just like that, opinions about the new voter law changed, somewhat. Stacy Abrams seems to be walking back her opposition against the law after it sparked such a monumental economic loss for GA. (Something that may haunt her in future political campaigns?) Red State points this out…

Abrams wants everyone to forget her part in this, but as they say down South, that dog won’t hunt. She made the choice to not only actively lie, but to lobby corporations to take action. Well, they did so, and now she’s responsible. You don’t get to be a “leader” when it’s easy and then obfuscate when it comes time to own the consequences of your leadership. Anyone making excuses for Abrams at this point is just a hack — period.

Meanwhile, seeing an opportunity for his state, NY Senator Chuck Schumer invited Major League Baseball to have the all-star game in his state.

Well, that did not go over well for Schumer whose tweet went viral with Republican backlash. Among them…

Brad Slager of Red State

Nick Gillespie

Brian Kemp

So, a quick recap, because I shared a lot.

  1. The new law (SB 202) is not racist.
  2. It does not prevent people from getting water in the voting line.
  3. Democrat leaders like Stacy Abrams used the law to garner political power and it backfired causing GA to lose $100 million in revenue and major companies to be boycotted. (Time will tell if those ties to the Democrat party are broken as a result.)
  4. It also gave Republicans an opportunity to call out Chuck Schumer on his hypocrisy.

So, what have we learned from this? I think we learned that people should read laws before actively protesting them. I think we should recognize that politicians will manipulate the low-informed public whenever possible to attain more power. More often than not, left-leaning politicians will use accusations of racist intent as a way of persuading the masses. The mainstream media will champion narratives like that because it gets them higher TV ratings to profit from. (A win-win scenario for both parties.) Most of all, I think the public has finally seen this for what it is, race pandering, and will reject it so profoundly that this type of thing will never happen again.


Sorry, I needed that laugh.

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