Mark Dice provides the punch lines while CNN makes themselves even more of a joke on a hilarious attempt to exploit Martin Luther King Day to advance their party lies.
After squirming and squealing in a desperate effort to maintain message control for the party, a bewildered Don Lemon goes so far as to apologize to viewers for having their day ruined by the a rational an reasonable responses that would have made the late and great MLK very proud of his nephew!
August 29, 2017 Updated October 13, 2017
Occupy Democrats Parody
Candace Owens was once, herself, an SJW firmly connected to the Democrat Plantation. She’s since had a series of experiences that, combined with her high intelligence had caused her to walk away and is taking as many as she can with her.
Please help us get Candace’s before some people are led past a point of no return by the vile and dishonest Democrat race baiters.
Of course CNN will keep doing their desperate best to keep the BIGLIE alive.
March 12, 2017
Occupy Democrats Parody
Work in Progress
Lyndon Banes Johnson is held by some in high regard for signing into law new protections afforded “blacks” to reverse harmful and oppressive Democrat policies like Jim Crow. He’s also credited as the architect of so-called “Great Society” that would prove a far better tool of oppression than any of old America’s handful of Democrat slave owner could have ever imagined possible.
Whereas some might dismiss the destructive policies that proved a veritable atomic bomb to the “black” family as “well meaning,” closer examination informs that LBJ and the corrupt forces that helped him ascend to President were not so naive. Continue reading “LBJ and the New Plantation”
Occupy Democrats Parody Updated September 13, 2017
December 21 2016
(originally published January 24, 2016)
Overall “racism” is delivered as the main concern of Marxist ideology… and as an excuse for redistributionism. In reality every single damn race on Earth shares some common DNA and common intelligence. That same intelligence drives individuals to feel more connected to whatever group is closest to their own family tree… and identifiable differences have long, from an anthropological standpoint been a means of recognizing in-group vs. “outside” groups that, since the stone age have served as dividing lines in competition for land and resources.
In enlightened society it is possible for bonds and unions between the larger set of “brothers and sisters”… and Christianity is owed a debt for promoting the notion that “all are welcome at God’s table.” Continue reading “On the Thought “Crime” of Racism”