Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Brace Yourselves For A Long, Hot Summer of Racial Healing

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Don’t anyone think for even one itty bitty minute that the conviction of Derek Chauvin on all charges will bring about an end to the wilding, rioting and other violence aimed at the police in particular and whitey in general. It won’t. The riots are bigger than George Floyd, bigger than the judicial system: there’s an entire culture of systemic racism that must be burned down, to the ground.

If you don’t believe me just ask MSNBC Analyst Jason Johnson, he’s absolutely outraged that he got exactly the verdict he wanted.

“I actually always thought that he would be found guilty because it’s sort of a cultural make-up call, but I’m not happy. I’m not pleased,” Johnson began. “I don’t have any sense of satisfaction. I don’t think this is the system working. I don’t think this is a good thing.”

Or another MSNBC contributor Eddie Glaude, who seemed to suggest that police officers might retaliate over the conviction of Derek Chauvin.

“We have been preparing for the violence of protests.Now we need to prepare for the reaction of the police. We were prepared for the protesters and what they might do if the verdict came down in a way that they were not satisfied. Now we need to be mindful of what it means…”

And From Fox who report that BLM leaders say this is just the beginning:

Bryan Llenas spoke with protesters on the ground in New York City who said they’re marching because this is just the beginning of restoring justice.

We also spoke to Hawk Newsome, who is a leader of the Greater New York BLM group, who said that this verdict actually justifies the violent and the non-violent protests. He says that it was the violent protests and the rioting that actually helped bring about this verdict… And now they believe that with this threat of rioting and the mixture of violent and nonviolent protests, that this is why they received the result that they did.

And you can bet that there’s nothing like success to guarantee ongoing “rioting and…violent and nonviolent protests.”

And wherever there be justice to be done, the professional ‘Just Us’ brothers will be there.

george floydAll the usual suspects show up to pray and cry with the victim’s family

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Even our erstwhile President-In-Name-Only (PINO) had thoughts:

Joe Biden delivers remarks from the White House following the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial in Minneapolis. The president, flanked by his vice president, Kamala Harris, said the verdict 'can be a giant step forward' for the nation, but he declared that 'it's not enough.' 

Biden said the murder, captured on video, had “ripped the blinders” off for the whole world to see America’s “systemic racism,” which he described as a “stain on our nation's soul.”

And naturally the nation’s preeminent expert on race relations wished to weigh in:

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All of which, taken as a whole, means that we can expect a long, hot summer.

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Because there’s a lot more of that racial healing that Barack Hussein Obama gave us that needs to be imposed on the country.

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I don’t know what came first, racism or race baiters; but I do know who doesn’t wish the controversy to end, and why. So if there isn’t adequate display of the former it is up to the later to create it. Trust they will never, ever, let a good crisis go to waste. So there will be racism this summer, and it will be avenged. Even if we need to break a few eggs.

which came first chicken or eggIf you haven’t got the real thing a reasonable facsimile will suffice