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Far Left Website The Nation: Why Does The Far Right Hold a Near Monopoly on Political Violence?

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The author gets to this conclusion through 1. Cherry-picking anecdotes, some from over thirty years ago while ignoring all recent episodes of left-wing violence and 2. Relying on the Southern Poverty Law Center, the left-wing racialist activist group that inspired a gay leftist to take a gun into the headquarters of the Family Research Council, intent on committing mass murder and shoving Chik-Fil-A sammitches in their mouths.

Democrat Official: “I’m Glad (Steve Scalise) Got Shot”

Posted by V the K at 12:01 pm - June 23, 2017.
Filed under: Violence on the Left

Yeah, the violent left is just an isolated fringe with no connection to the mainstream party.

A Nebraska Democratic Party official is now in hot water. An audio recording was posted on YouTube Thursday with Phil Montag, a technology chairman, voicing how glad he was that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., got shot last week at a GOP baseball practice. Nebraska Democratic Party Chairwoman Jane Kleeb confirmed to FOX 42 News Thursday it was really his voice.

“His whole job is to get people, convince Republicans to (expletive) kick people off (expletive) health care. I’m glad he got shot,” said Montag in the audio recording.

Montag is now looking for a new job; Kleeb let him go after the recording became public.

“I wish he was (expletive) dead,” said Montag in the recording.

Also, at the time he was recorded, he was meeting with another Nebraska Democrat Party official who said she thought the Scalise shooting was “funny.”

Seriously, Nebraska Democrats, WTF is wrong with you? Is it the simple self-loathing that comes from belonging to a party that thinks you’re dumb, flyover hicks barely a notch above Trump’s “deplorables?”

I’m glad he got fired… for saying out loud what far too many Democrats were thinking. He may have been a relatively minor official in state Democrats don’t give two sh-ts about unless there’s a senate seat open, but his “kick people off health care” rhetoric echoes the rhetoric of the Democrat Leadership.

On that note, have Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Hillary Clinton, or Barack Obama… any of the Democrat leadership… told their people to tone down the violent rhetoric since the shooting?

Update: Mr. Montag says his quotes were taken out of context. Now, I ask you, in what context would “I’m glad he got shot” and “I wish he was (sic) (expletive) dead” benign comments?

In related news, lunatic actor Johnny Depp’s insinuations about assassinating Trump have made him a hero to the left who now completely forgive him for that wife-beating thing.

A Question for our Age

Posted by V the K at 9:37 am - June 23, 2017.
Filed under: Transgender Issues

A Virtue Signaling Uber-Social Justice Wanker asks: “Why Can’t My Famous Gender Nonconforming Friends Get Laid?”

My guess: Because “gender non-conformity” is usually an outward sign of massive psychological issues and very few people are willing to date people with more baggage than Aretha Franklin on a European Tour unless there’s a lot of money involved.

The Ultimate Progressive Dream

Posted by V the K at 9:20 am - June 23, 2017.
Filed under: Political Correctness

The Chinese Communists are instituting a new system for monitoring the social behavior of all of its citizens. Each citizen will be assigned a score based on such behavior, and that score will determine everything in your life.

Imagine a world where an authoritarian government monitors everything you do, amasses huge amounts of data on almost every interaction you make, and awards you a single score that measures how “trustworthy” you are.

In this world, anything from defaulting on a loan to criticising the ruling party, from running a red light to failing to care for your parents properly, could cause you to lose points. And in this world, your score becomes the ultimate truth of who you are – determining whether you can borrow money, get your children into the best schools or travel abroad; whether you get a room in a fancy hotel, a seat in a top restaurant – or even just get a date.

This is not the dystopian superstate of Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report, in which all-knowing police stop crime before it happens. But it could be China by 2020. It is the scenario contained in China’s ambitious plans to develop a far-reaching social credit system, a plan that the Communist Party hopes will build a culture of “sincerity” and a “harmonious socialist society” where “keeping trust is glorious.”

The government hasn’t announced exactly how the plan will work – for example, how scores will be compiled and different qualities weighted against one another. But the idea is that good behaviour will be rewarded and bad behaviour punished, with the Communist Party acting as the ultimate judge.

Let me be clear, the left absolutely adores China and adores it precisely because of its authoritarian Government. And they would love nothing more than to have this kind of system — the state monitoring your behavior constantly and dinging you for any act of political incorrectness. It would be the ultimate tool of social control.

Think I’m exaggerating? Ask Brendan Eich. Or Travis Kalanick. Or Curt Shilling.

This article actually came out last fall. I wonder why there hasn’t been more discussion of it.

How Does It Feel to be Suckered, Suckers?

Posted by V the K at 8:51 am - June 23, 2017.
Filed under: Democratic Dirty Tricks

The overhyped “Special Elections” in Georgia, Kansas, and Montana were basically money-laundering scams to get money from rich, dumb liberals in San Francisco and Silicon Valley to line the pockets of Democrat Consultants in DC.

The special elections scam was set up to funnel money from angry lefties to the infrastructure. Some $40 million was burned through on a dead end program. But it went to all the right people on the left.

Ossoff’s campaign was the final leg of the scam. He was the least promising candidate of all the Dems in all the red state special elections. But his backers weren’t really trying to win in Georgia, but to raise money in California and then take it back to Washington D.C. And Ossoff was perfectly suited for that.

That’s why the most money was raised and spent on his campaign.

Like Bernie Sanders, he was never really supposed to win. He was sucker bait. And the suckers bit hard enough to make a special election in a conservative district the most expensive House race in history.

Ossoff was a great way for Washington D.C. campaign pros to extract money from Bay Area lefties. His campaign had nine times more individual donations from California than from Georgia. He had almost four times more donations from nine Bay Area counties than all of Georgia.

The Dems lost and they’re laughing all the way to the bank.

The Clintons may be on the outs at the Democrat Party, but their legacy of greed and corruption remains.

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Leftie juvenilia – with a smidge of progress

Watching lefties digest new political happenings is often like a scene from Harrison Bergeron, the dystopian future where no one is permitted to do anything skillfully.

Lefties are handicapped by their own needs and delusions, the poor dears. They can’t handle the truth. So they ignore large parts of it, fixate on a fragment or two, distort it, then fall over like a ballet dancer wearing unnecessary weights. Still, they might learn something – on the margins.

Laura Loomer and Jack Posobiec’s Shakespeare in the Park protest was somewhat new-ish: Conservatives bringing home the Left’s disruption tactics (though still being comparatively polite about it). At this link, you can watch Seth Myers and Amy Poehler struggle to address it.

As you’d expect, Myers and Poehler ignore the real context and point of the protest, making a laughable Straw Man out of it; then laugh dutifully, complete with wide eyes and shouting. It’s fine, it’s how they operate. As you’d expect. Except for one thing.

It does dawn on them that maybe people disrupting events isn’t what we all need and the Left should try to walk that one back. They slip in these words to their audience:

Free speech isn’t about just protecting speech you like. So, if you think it’s terrible to interrupt _Julius Caesar_, you have to think it’s terrible to interrupt Ann Coulter…She gets to speak too; liberals cannot be hypocrites when it comes to free speech…so, be OK with it when Ted Nugent says “President Obama can suck my machine gun.”

I left out the crap they wrapped around it. I’m saying, we can be grateful for the small things. Two leftie celebrities had a moment of self-awareness, and smuggled it into their audience. Will it take?