the corrupt silence

10 Politically Correct But Factually False Words And Phrases To Stop Using Immediately. Elle Reynolds — “To counter the left’s lies, conservatives have to use words that accurately reflect the truth — not words that actively mean the opposite.”

IndoctriNation: No. 1 U.S. High School Pushes Racist Activism On Students. Asra Q. Nomani — “Parents got zero prior notice to submit opt-out forms or review curriculum before students were told to watch videos claiming ‘white culture’ includes ‘individualism’ and ‘objectivity.’”

Biden administration offers grants to teach children ‘1619 Project,’ inherent racism central to U.S. James Varney — “The idea in the Department of Education is to establish a precedent for neo-racist pedagogy in one small program so that the vastly larger program, should it become law, can swim right ahead with 1619-revisionist history and Kendi’s I-hate-America reductionism,” … “Under the rule, those who incorporate more of Mr. Kendi’s anti-racism concepts and the 1619 Project will be prioritized in the awarding of grants.”

Whites Aren’t Hated for Slavery But for Making America and the West. Dennis Prager — “Whites made the country and the greatest civilization—not because they were white, but because of the values they held. Hatred of whites is ultimately hatred of those values.”

Supreme Court’s failures are putting America on a path to tyranny. Clifford C. Nichols — “Rarely do the generation experiencing the actual events and decisions that lead to their nation’s demise fully appreciate the enormity of their oversight until sometime after their culture’s destruction has been rendered incurable. Largely, it is not due so much to their negligence as it is to most of them being too preoccupied with simply living and making a living.”

“The Supreme Court’s failure to date to address the massive election fraud and multiple constitutional violations that wrought a coup of the presidency of the greatest country in world history completes the implosion of each of our three branches of government into the rubble of a sinkhole of corruption. It is an absolute tragedy for the rule of law, the future of the Republic, and all freedom-loving people around the world.

We’re left to ask: does America still have the option of reversing course, or, in its march toward some form of tyranny, has it already put the Rubicon in its rearview mirror?

After all, how is a nation supposed to lawfully remedy the corrupt silence of a politicized Supreme Court from which there is no readily apparent peaceful means for appeal?

Saul Alinsky and the Politics of Hell. Eugene Alexander Donnini — “In 1971, the hard-line totalitarian Marxist Saul Alinsky connected the dots when he wrote a book of subversive tactics based on the arts of infiltration, deception and lying, to empower future generations of activists to work together, no matter what political parties they belonged to, or what country they were in.” … “Alinsky’s book is a statement of principles and beliefs that most totalitarians on the Left hold close to their hearts and consider the raison d’être for their actions:”

The Californication of Nevada proceeds; Deadline Day: Banning ‘ghost guns,’ prohibiting cat declawing and bail reform all advance. Riley Snyder, Tabitha Mueller, and Michelle Rindels. Also headlines on Sage Grouse population catastrophy, Higher education unionization, etc. etc.

The Chauvin Trial Verdict Is In: Due Process In America Has Been Sentenced To Death. PF Whalen — “the most significant casualty of the George Floyd affair, and one which may have the most long-lasting impact on our society, is the decision by many on the left, including elected public officials at the highest levels of government, to blatantly disregard and attack due process.”

“Believe Your Eyes, Chauvin’s Knee Killed Floyd”: How The Line Between The Press and The Prosecution Disappeared In The Chauvin Trial. Jonathan Turley — “media coverage of the George Floyd trial of Derek Chauvin was dangerously incomplete and slanted.”

There’s No Way Americans Can Trust The Jury’s Chauvin Verdict. Joy Pullmann — “A fair trial might have come to the same conclusion. But we’ll never know, and never be able to trust this outcome, because America’s left purposefully made a fair trial impossible.”

“Officials from the local mayor all the way up to the president of the United States made it clear in widely reported news the jurors and all their family, friends, and neighbors could read and would have to live with for the rest of their lives that the only verdict they would accept was “guilty.” Democrat politicians openly called for violence if the jury did not decide as street thugs wished, and the Democrat Party — which controls all levels of the national government at present, as well as controlling the state in which these jurors live — backed them up.

Everyone, including these jurors, knew exactly what would happen to them at the hands of mobs like this if they expressed a reasonable doubt about whether a man who died while overdosing and with a serious heart condition was actually killed by a police officer kneeling on him after he had struggled with police repeatedly. Reasonable doubts about whether the jury’s decision was justice or politics seem fully justified.

They deliberately perverted justice in favor of violent mob rule to strengthen their political hand. They have done evil and called it justice. They have sown the wind, and the resulting whirlwind has still not fully hit our nation yet. But it will.

10 Politically Correct But Factually False Words And Phrases To Stop Using Immediately. Elle Reynolds — “To counter the left’s lies, conservatives have to use words that accurately reflect the truth — not words that actively mean the opposite.”

IndoctriNation: No. 1 U.S. High School Pushes Racist Activism On Students. Asra Q. Nomani — “Parents got zero prior notice to submit opt-out forms or review curriculum before students were told to watch videos claiming ‘white culture’ includes ‘individualism’ and ‘objectivity.’”

Biden administration offers grants to teach children ‘1619 Project,’ inherent racism central to U.S. James Varney — “The idea in the Department of Education is to establish a precedent for neo-racist pedagogy in one small program so that the vastly larger program, should it become law, can swim right ahead with 1619-revisionist history and Kendi’s I-hate-America reductionism,” … “Under the rule, those who incorporate more of Mr. Kendi’s anti-racism concepts and the 1619 Project will be prioritized in the awarding of grants.”

Whites Aren’t Hated for Slavery But for Making America and the West. Dennis Prager — “Whites made the country and the greatest civilization—not because they were white, but because of the values they held. Hatred of whites is ultimately hatred of those values.”

Supreme Court’s failures are putting America on a path to tyranny. Clifford C. Nichols — “Rarely do the generation experiencing the actual events and decisions that lead to their nation’s demise fully appreciate the enormity of their oversight until sometime after their culture’s destruction has been rendered incurable. Largely, it is not due so much to their negligence as it is to most of them being too preoccupied with simply living and making a living.”

“The Supreme Court’s failure to date to address the massive election fraud and multiple constitutional violations that wrought a coup of the presidency of the greatest country in world history completes the implosion of each of our three branches of government into the rubble of a sinkhole of corruption. It is an absolute tragedy for the rule of law, the future of the Republic, and all freedom-loving people around the world.

We’re left to ask: does America still have the option of reversing course, or, in its march toward some form of tyranny, has it already put the Rubicon in its rearview mirror?

After all, how is a nation supposed to lawfully remedy the corrupt silence of a politicized Supreme Court from which there is no readily apparent peaceful means for appeal?

Saul Alinsky and the Politics of Hell. Eugene Alexander Donnini — “In 1971, the hard-line totalitarian Marxist Saul Alinsky connected the dots when he wrote a book of subversive tactics based on the arts of infiltration, deception and lying, to empower future generations of activists to work together, no matter what political parties they belonged to, or what country they were in.” … “Alinsky’s book is a statement of principles and beliefs that most totalitarians on the Left hold close to their hearts and consider the raison d’être for their actions:”

The Californication of Nevada proceeds; Deadline Day: Banning ‘ghost guns,’ prohibiting cat declawing and bail reform all advance. Riley Snyder, Tabitha Mueller, and Michelle Rindels. Also headlines on Sage Grouse population catastrophy, Higher education unionization, etc. etc.

The Chauvin Trial Verdict Is In: Due Process In America Has Been Sentenced To Death. PF Whalen — “the most significant casualty of the George Floyd affair, and one which may have the most long-lasting impact on our society, is the decision by many on the left, including elected public officials at the highest levels of government, to blatantly disregard and attack due process.”

“Believe Your Eyes, Chauvin’s Knee Killed Floyd”: How The Line Between The Press and The Prosecution Disappeared In The Chauvin Trial. Jonathan Turley — “media coverage of the George Floyd trial of Derek Chauvin was dangerously incomplete and slanted.”

There’s No Way Americans Can Trust The Jury’s Chauvin Verdict. Joy Pullmann — “A fair trial might have come to the same conclusion. But we’ll never know, and never be able to trust this outcome, because America’s left purposefully made a fair trial impossible.”

“Officials from the local mayor all the way up to the president of the United States made it clear in widely reported news the jurors and all their family, friends, and neighbors could read and would have to live with for the rest of their lives that the only verdict they would accept was “guilty.” Democrat politicians openly called for violence if the jury did not decide as street thugs wished, and the Democrat Party — which controls all levels of the national government at present, as well as controlling the state in which these jurors live — backed them up.

Everyone, including these jurors, knew exactly what would happen to them at the hands of mobs like this if they expressed a reasonable doubt about whether a man who died while overdosing and with a serious heart condition was actually killed by a police officer kneeling on him after he had struggled with police repeatedly. Reasonable doubts about whether the jury’s decision was justice or politics seem fully justified.

They deliberately perverted justice in favor of violent mob rule to strengthen their political hand. They have done evil and called it justice. They have sown the wind, and the resulting whirlwind has still not fully hit our nation yet. But it will.

Columbus Police Release Body Cam Footage Showing Fatal Shooting Of Teen Girl. Tyler Durden — “As the teen swings the weapon toward the second girl, the officer fires several shots…”

Clint Eastwood, We Need You. Newt Gingrich — “At the end of the film, the American people watched the violent but effective Inspector Callahan throw away his badge in disgust at the pro-criminal, anti-rule of law culture of San Francisco. (Now the city is even more radically left-wing—there were no human feces maps in Dirty Harry’s time.)”

The Chauvin Appeal: How The Comments Of The Court & The Prosecutors Could Raise Challenges Going Forward. Jonathan Turley — “There will likely be an array of conventional appellate issues from the elements of the murder counts to the sufficiency of the evidence. … However, two issues were highlighted on the final day which could play a role in the appeal.”

“Now, prosecutors have admitted that the three other officers were as powerless as bystanders on the street. … Schleicher’s concession adds to an already difficult case because the other officers did take steps that can be cited by their defense attorneys as seeking to help Floyd.

Neither Waters nor the prosecution seemed concerned over how their words would impact this or later cases in the killing of George Floyd. Whatever benefit these statements may have brought, their true costs could be prohibitive as Minnesota struggles with the resulting uncertainties and unrest.

“killing”? that is a loaded word full of judgment to use in this case.

The New York Times Has Just Been Caught In Two Monstrous Lies. I & I Editorial Board — “On Tuesday, the public learned that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes. Just a few days before that, the public learned that the “Russian Bounty” story was fake.”

On media lies. neo — “there’s really no downside to it as far as the MSM is concerned. Now that they are activists who place party and politics above any journalistic integrity, lying becomes standard and very widespread. The fact that they back each other up in presenting a united front when they promulgate a lie is a very important part of it.”

Some Real Truths About Fake News. Peter Roff — “Originally the term was going to be used to discredit anything that appeared in an outlet that wasn’t part of the media elite which contradicted the dominant liberal narrative or painted progressives and their policies in an unfavorable light. – Oh, for the schemes of mice and men, as Robert Burns put it.” … “what was supposed to be an ad hominem attack on Fox News and other conservative outlets came to be synonymous with liberal media distortions of the day’s news.”tical/columbus-police-release-body-cam-footage-showing-fatal-shooting-teen-girl”>Columbus Police Release Body Cam Footage Showing Fatal Shooting Of Teen Girl. Tyler Durden — “As the teen swings the weapon toward the second girl, the officer fires several shots…”

Clint Eastwood, We Need You. Newt Gingrich — “At the end of the film, the American people watched the violent but effective Inspector Callahan throw away his badge in disgust at the pro-criminal, anti-rule of law culture of San Francisco. (Now the city is even more radically left-wing—there were no human feces maps in Dirty Harry’s time.)”

The Chauvin Appeal: How The Comments Of The Court & The Prosecutors Could Raise Challenges Going Forward. Jonathan Turley — “There will likely be an array of conventional appellate issues from the elements of the murder counts to the sufficiency of the evidence. … However, two issues were highlighted on the final day which could play a role in the appeal.”

“Now, prosecutors have admitted that the three other officers were as powerless as bystanders on the street. … Schleicher’s concession adds to an already difficult case because the other officers did take steps that can be cited by their defense attorneys as seeking to help Floyd.

Neither Waters nor the prosecution seemed concerned over how their words would impact this or later cases in the killing of George Floyd. Whatever benefit these statements may have brought, their true costs could be prohibitive as Minnesota struggles with the resulting uncertainties and unrest.

“killing”? that is a loaded word full of judgment to use in this case.

The New York Times Has Just Been Caught In Two Monstrous Lies. I & I Editorial Board — “On Tuesday, the public learned that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes. Just a few days before that, the public learned that the “Russian Bounty” story was fake.”

On media lies. neo — “there’s really no downside to it as far as the MSM is concerned. Now that they are activists who place party and politics above any journalistic integrity, lying becomes standard and very widespread. The fact that they back each other up in presenting a united front when they promulgate a lie is a very important part of it.”

Some Real Truths About Fake News. Peter Roff — “Originally the term was going to be used to discredit anything that appeared in an outlet that wasn’t part of the media elite which contradicted the dominant liberal narrative or painted progressives and their policies in an unfavorable light. – Oh, for the schemes of mice and men, as Robert Burns put it.” … “what was supposed to be an ad hominem attack on Fox News and other conservative outlets came to be synonymous with liberal media distortions of the day’s news.”

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