Monday, July 6, 2020

That’s a Storybook, Man

The 3 day weekend of Burn, Loot, Riot culminated in the toppling of the statue of Frederick Douglass in Rochester, New York.

Frederick Douglass statue in New York removed from base and damagedNot Black enough for BLM

Since these marauders have no sense of history I doubt they even realized the irony of toppling the statue of the former slave on the very day and in the very place he delivered his famous speech - What to the Slave is the Fourth of July - 168 years ago. If you’re going to cancel the likes of Fredrick Douglas, who then do you look to for inspiration? Colin Kaepernick?

Michael Skolnik on Twitter: "Decided to put a statue of Kaepernick ...Note: computer generated image, not real. Yet.

Jamie Fox?

Django Unchained | Afterlives of SlaveryDJango: the story of a free man enslaved. Just like BLM is doing again today.

Unfortunately this weekend saw a lot of BLM peeps out and about not practicing any form of “personal responsibility.” No masks, no social distancing and a whole lot of irresponsible white hot lead flying around. This resulted in multiple senseless shootings and deaths in multiple cities across the country. To name but a few locales where clearly Black Lives Didn’t Matter last weekend: Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta, Greensboro, Detroit, Memphis, St. Louis, Baton Rouge. None of the victims, dead or alive, were shot by police. That’s what happens when you cancel the Po Po.

So you keep rockin’ our world BLM, keep taking a knee. Your hero-savior simply awaits the vote counting:

Vote for me and I promise not to put y'all back in chains.

Although you might want to ask yourself, before you vote, who exactly it is that wants to put you back in the chains of victimhood.

For Joe Biden, Friendship Is Magic | The Nation I got chocolate AND vanilla swirl. “I mean, that’s a storybook, man!”