Democrats fan the flames of black violence with false narratives about whites

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Black and democrat leaders are giving looters, assailants, haters, arsonists, seditionists, and cop killers reasons to believe their wicked acts of violence are justified due to white supremacy and racism. But the white supremacy and racism they are raging against is not a significant present problem but a problem from the past that was primarily perpetrated by southern white democrats.

Nevertheless, justice demands and the law requires that blacks who commit crimes in the name of justice should go to jail for committing those crimes. If white supremacy is violating the rights of anyone in America today then jail the supremacists until they can be tried in court and jail all protesters who commit crimes because they do not respect the laws of this country that demand crimes be judged in court, not on the street.

Biden fans the flames of unjustifiable black hatred of whites, prolonging the racial division in the US that democrats have so effectively used for decades to deceive blacks into supporting the democrat racist profiteers.

Biden repudiates white supremacy, calls for racial justice in inaugural speech | PBS NewsHour

Biden repudiates white supremacy, calls for racial justice in inaugural speech

Politics Jan 20, 2021 6:49 PM EST

Rare for an inaugural address, President Joe Biden issued a strong repudiation of white supremacy and domestic terrorism seen on the rise under Donald Trump.

In his speech Wednesday, Biden denounced the “racism, nativism, fear, demonization,” that propelled the assault on Capitol Hill by an overwhelmingly white mob of Trump supporters who carried symbols of hate, including the Confederate battle flag.\

READ: Joe Biden’s first speech as president

“A cry for racial justice some 400 years in the making moves us,” Biden said in the nearly 23-minute-long speech promising to heal a divided nation. “A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear. And now a rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat.”

Compared to his immediate predecessors, three of whom attended Wednesday’s inauguration, Biden is the first president to directly address the ills of white supremacy in an inaugural speech. In his second inaugural address in 1997, former President Bill Clinton called out racial divisions as “America’s constant curse,” but stopped short of naming culprits.

Biden’s words follow months of protests and civil unrest over police brutality against Black Americans, as well as a broader reckoning on the systemic and institutional racism that has plagued nonwhite Americans for generations.

“To be perfectly clear, it was incredibly powerful,” Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, a national racial justice organization, told The Associated Press. “We shouldn’t underestimate the cultural change that had to take place, in order for that to happen on one of the biggest political stages in the world.”

“I think it’s just really important that, as a result of our movement, racial justice became a majoritarian issue this summer,” Robinson added. “Now the work begins in translating that rhetorical issue into a governing issue.”

Biden delivered his inaugural address on the very platform that the insurrectionist mob scaled two weeks ago to breach the Capitol building, vandalizing federal property and taking selfies on the Senate floor. The riot left at least five people dead, including a Capitol police officer.

The rioters, some espousing racist and anti-Semitic views and conspiracy theories, were incited by baseless claims of widespread voter fraud in the November presidential election. Some attempted to stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College results, in which Black and Latino voters played a significant role in handing victory to Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Voter suppression, along with other forms of systemic racism, are top of mind for civil rights groups and supporters of Black Lives Matter, which last year became the largest protest movement in U.S. history.

“To overcome these challenges, to restore the soul and secure the future of America requires so much more than words,” Biden said in his speech. “It requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy. Unity.”

Biden also highlighted the historic nature of the swearing in of Harris, the first woman and first Black and South Asian person to hold that office.

“It is exciting to see a Black woman become vice president, and yet we must hold her and President Biden accountable to ensure Black liberation and the eradication of white supremacy,” said Patrisse Cullors, co-founder and executive director of Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.

“We must heal from anti-Black racism and the heavy health and economic impacts from COVID-19,” Cullors said in a statement. “Then, we can focus on thriving Black lives through investments in health, education, housing, and environmental justice.”

Biden began addressing some of these issues in a series of executive orders signed after the inauguration.

They order federal agencies to prioritize racial equity and review policies that reinforce systemic racism, which the BLM foundation said mirrors a proposal contained in the BREATHE Act, proposed legislation championed by the foundation and the Movement for Black Lives. It calls for sweeping federal reforms, including overhauling police, the criminal justice system and immigration enforcement.

Susan Rice, Biden’s incoming domestic policy adviser, said the new president would also revoke the just-issued report of Trump’s “1776 Commission,” downplaying the historic legacy of slavery. The commission was created in response to The New York Times’ “1619 Project,” which highlights the long-term consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans.

Biden’s remarks also came a day after the nation marked yet another grim milestone surpassing 400,000 U.S. deaths as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has disproportionately killed Black Americans and other people of color and laid bare longstanding racial disparities in the country’s health system.

“We are entering what may be the toughest and deadliest period of the virus,” Biden said. “We must set aside politics and finally face this pandemic as one nation.”

In his speech, Biden invoked Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation committing to freeing enslaved Africans during the Civil War.

“When he put pen to paper, the president said, and quote, ‘If my name ever goes down into history, it will be for this act and my whole soul is in it. My whole soul is in it,'” Biden said.

“Today, on this January day, my whole soul is in this,” he declared.
 
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Trouble staying on topic?

Tell us genius how white republicans are responsible for the Nichols beating.

7 black cops involved in the arrest of a black man in which he was beaten so bad he died from internal injuries. That occurred in a city with a majority black population that is run entirely by democrats.
 
Remember the Breonna Taylor lies? She was standing in the hall way perfectly awake and shot at police!

The Joe Biden libtard narrative? She was murdered while asleep in her bed!

We were told about the evils of no knock warrants. Racist! Problem was it was not a no knock warrant. Police knocked!

And let's not forget the University of Missouri race fraud. We were told about all this racist speech and racist demonstrations going on there that nobody ever seemed to record on their phones.

There was the fake Jonathan Butler hunger strike a planned stunt supported by his millionaire executive father to promote a future political career?

Nothing fraudulent about the race ideology of this country.:rolleyes: Justice for Jussie!!!
 
Leftist ideologues stupidly believe that opposition to climate change is racist, opposition to communism is racist, opposition to the promotion of black racist narratives is racist, opposition to woke narratives demonizing republicans, Bible-believing Christians, and conservatives for slavery is racist, opposition to black reparation robberies of the US Treasury are racist, opposition to abortion is racist, support for Clarence Thomas is racist, support for law and order is racist, opposition to evolution and global warming nonsense is racist, American patriotism is racist, voting republican is racist, and on, and on, and on.
 
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Leftist ideologues stupidly believe that opposition to climate change is racist, opposition to communism is racist, opposition to the promotion of black racist narratives is racist, opposition to woke narratives demonizing republicans, Bible-believing Christians, and conservatives for slavery is racist, opposition to black reparation robberies of the US Treasury are racist, opposition to abortion is racist, support for Clarence Thomas is racist, support for law and order is racist, opposition to evolution and global warming nonsense is racist, American patriotism is racist, voting republican is racist, and on, and on, and on.

No!
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Everything is racist!
 
Here is a good one.

Police come knocking on your door.

You shoot at them and hit an officer in the leg.

Police return fire and kill your girl friend.

You are not charged with any crime and get paid $2M!


Kenneth Walker got $2M for shooting at police and lying to police. White privilege?

His argument for suing the police? He was wrongfully arrested.

The following video is Walker admitting the police knocked on their door and announced themselves. So why all the bullshit about no knock warrants?

 
Black and democrat leaders are giving looters, assailants, haters, arsonists, seditionists, and cop killers reasons to believe their wicked acts of violence are justified due to white supremacy and racism. But the white supremacy and racism they are raging against is not a significant present problem but a problem from the past that was primarily perpetrated by southern white democrats.

Nevertheless, justice demands and the law requires that blacks who commit crimes in the name of justice should go to jail for committing those crimes. If white supremacy is violating the rights of anyone in America today then jail the supremacists until they can be tried in court and jail all protesters who commit crimes because they do not respect the laws of this country that demand crimes be judged in court, not on the street.

Biden fans the flames of unjustifiable black hatred of whites, prolonging the racial division in the US that democrats have so effectively used for decades to deceive blacks into supporting the democrat racist profiteers.

Biden repudiates white supremacy, calls for racial justice in inaugural speech | PBS NewsHour

Biden repudiates white supremacy, calls for racial justice in inaugural speech

Politics Jan 20, 2021 6:49 PM EST

Rare for an inaugural address, President Joe Biden issued a strong repudiation of white supremacy and domestic terrorism seen on the rise under Donald Trump.

In his speech Wednesday, Biden denounced the “racism, nativism, fear, demonization,” that propelled the assault on Capitol Hill by an overwhelmingly white mob of Trump supporters who carried symbols of hate, including the Confederate battle flag.\

READ: Joe Biden’s first speech as president

“A cry for racial justice some 400 years in the making moves us,” Biden said in the nearly 23-minute-long speech promising to heal a divided nation. “A cry that can’t be any more desperate or any more clear. And now a rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat.”

Compared to his immediate predecessors, three of whom attended Wednesday’s inauguration, Biden is the first president to directly address the ills of white supremacy in an inaugural speech. In his second inaugural address in 1997, former President Bill Clinton called out racial divisions as “America’s constant curse,” but stopped short of naming culprits.

Biden’s words follow months of protests and civil unrest over police brutality against Black Americans, as well as a broader reckoning on the systemic and institutional racism that has plagued nonwhite Americans for generations.

“To be perfectly clear, it was incredibly powerful,” Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, a national racial justice organization, told The Associated Press. “We shouldn’t underestimate the cultural change that had to take place, in order for that to happen on one of the biggest political stages in the world.”

“I think it’s just really important that, as a result of our movement, racial justice became a majoritarian issue this summer,” Robinson added. “Now the work begins in translating that rhetorical issue into a governing issue.”

Biden delivered his inaugural address on the very platform that the insurrectionist mob scaled two weeks ago to breach the Capitol building, vandalizing federal property and taking selfies on the Senate floor. The riot left at least five people dead, including a Capitol police officer.

The rioters, some espousing racist and anti-Semitic views and conspiracy theories, were incited by baseless claims of widespread voter fraud in the November presidential election. Some attempted to stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College results, in which Black and Latino voters played a significant role in handing victory to Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Voter suppression, along with other forms of systemic racism, are top of mind for civil rights groups and supporters of Black Lives Matter, which last year became the largest protest movement in U.S. history.

“To overcome these challenges, to restore the soul and secure the future of America requires so much more than words,” Biden said in his speech. “It requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy. Unity.”

Biden also highlighted the historic nature of the swearing in of Harris, the first woman and first Black and South Asian person to hold that office.

“It is exciting to see a Black woman become vice president, and yet we must hold her and President Biden accountable to ensure Black liberation and the eradication of white supremacy,” said Patrisse Cullors, co-founder and executive director of Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.

“We must heal from anti-Black racism and the heavy health and economic impacts from COVID-19,” Cullors said in a statement. “Then, we can focus on thriving Black lives through investments in health, education, housing, and environmental justice.”

Biden began addressing some of these issues in a series of executive orders signed after the inauguration.

They order federal agencies to prioritize racial equity and review policies that reinforce systemic racism, which the BLM foundation said mirrors a proposal contained in the BREATHE Act, proposed legislation championed by the foundation and the Movement for Black Lives. It calls for sweeping federal reforms, including overhauling police, the criminal justice system and immigration enforcement.

Susan Rice, Biden’s incoming domestic policy adviser, said the new president would also revoke the just-issued report of Trump’s “1776 Commission,” downplaying the historic legacy of slavery. The commission was created in response to The New York Times’ “1619 Project,” which highlights the long-term consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans.

Biden’s remarks also came a day after the nation marked yet another grim milestone surpassing 400,000 U.S. deaths as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has disproportionately killed Black Americans and other people of color and laid bare longstanding racial disparities in the country’s health system.

“We are entering what may be the toughest and deadliest period of the virus,” Biden said. “We must set aside politics and finally face this pandemic as one nation.”

In his speech, Biden invoked Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation committing to freeing enslaved Africans during the Civil War.

“When he put pen to paper, the president said, and quote, ‘If my name ever goes down into history, it will be for this act and my whole soul is in it. My whole soul is in it,'” Biden said.

“Today, on this January day, my whole soul is in this,” he declared.


nothing there calling for violence by biden.


maybe you morons should stop whining about things which aren't real.
 
nothing there calling for violence by biden.


maybe you morons should stop whining about things which aren't real.
Being a godbothering Jesus junkie, society allows him to publically lie in the name of Jesus. That aside, he's brain Dead with paranoia.
Can you imagine how dumb and brainwashed his parents are?
 
nothing there calling for violence by biden.


maybe you morons should stop whining about things which aren't real.
Trump had nothing to do with the violence at Charlottesville but Biden and democrats are guilty of inflaming back violence against whites because democrats have been fanning black hatred of whites for decades.

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says (msn.com)

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says

Story by Jon Brown • 2h ago​
 
Trump had nothing to do with the violence at Charlottesville but Biden and democrats are guilty of inflaming back violence against whites because democrats have been fanning black hatred of whites for decades.

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says (msn.com)

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says

Story by Jon Brown • 2h ago​


i see biden calling for social justice, not violence.

you morons see what you want to see. lol
 
Trump had nothing to do with the violence at Charlottesville but Biden and democrats are guilty of inflaming back violence against whites because democrats have been fanning black hatred of whites for decades.

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says (msn.com)

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says

Story by Jon Brown • 2h ago​
Trump supported the KKK in Charlottesville until he had to apologise for his disgusting remarks.
Remember it was a republican ratbag who drive the car into the crowd.
So when you talk about hate, include the arseholes you support.
 
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Trump had nothing to do with the violence at Charlottesville but Biden and democrats are guilty of inflaming back violence against whites because democrats have been fanning black hatred of whites for decades.

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says (msn.com)

Suspect accused of stabbing California doctor to death spoke of 'White privilege' during attack, witness says

Story by Jon Brown • 2h ago​


unlike trump who actively spoke of fighting:

In charging documents and court records, the FBI cites social media feeds, media statements and its own agents’ interviews with at least 29 people arrested for taking part in the riot who said they came to Washington to support Trump or were doing what he told them to do.

Robert Bauer told FBI agents he marched to the Capitol from the rally where he heard Trump speak because the president told him to.

Jorge Riley, who traveled to Washington from Sacramento, California, posted on Facebook that morning, “I’m here to see what my President called me to DC for.” He ended up charged with violently entering the Capitol.

“Many members of the mob that attacked Congress and the Capitol understood themselves to be doing exactly what Trump wanted and directed them to do – ‘fight like hell’ and do whatever was needed to ‘Stop the Steal,’” Michael Stokes Paulsen, a law professor at the University of St. Thomas and a conservative constitutional law scholar, said in an email to USA TODAY.
 
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