Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Biden's Unconstitutional Workplace Indoctrination Scheme

By Betsy McCaughey |

Source: AP Photo/Susan Walsh

If you're white and work for the federal government, get ready to be labelled a racist, regardless of how fair and open-minded you are. On Friday, President Joe Biden ordered all federal agencies to ramp up workplace training on "systemic and institutional racism" and "implicit and unconscious bias."

Those are buzzwords for critical race theory, which holds that all whites are biased against people of color, even if unconsciously. Under this theory, throughout American history and continuing now, whites oppress Blacks and need to acknowledge their guilt. 

Assume you work in an office with people of several races and, until now, you worked pretty smoothly as a team. Then you and your co-workers undergo mandated critical race theory training. Whites will be ridiculed as racists, and if they try to deny that, they'll be told their denials are proof of their unconscious bias and "white fragility." Black employees will understandably question if they can even trust their white co-workers and if they all have the same goals. Critical race theory is a disaster for workplace morale.

Expect an avalanche of lawsuits challenging Biden's efforts to saturate the federal workplace with this divisive doctrine. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 -- still the law of the land, Mr. President -- bars employers from allowing a toxic work environment. Federal regulation defines a toxic work environment as permitting "intimidation, ridicule or mockery, insults or put downs" based on race, religion, age or other distinctions. That's exactly what goes on in these training sessions. No one should have to put up with being called a racist as a condition of their employment.

Or as a condition to serve in the military. No other institution in American society has been more colorblind since the early 1950s than the U.S. armed forces. In Korea, Vietnam and the Middle East, Black and white infantry soldiers have fought side by side in the trenches, trusting each other with their lives 

But on Wednesday, the nation's top military man, Army Gen. and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, defended teaching critical race theory at West Point and assigning critical race theory texts to troops. What could be the outcome except distrust based solely on skin color? 

Requiring employees to hear about "their racial ancestors or their individual current white privilege runs contrary to an employer's responsibility to avoid creating a hostile work environment," cautions University of Maryland professor George R. La Noue. 

Biden is already buried in legal challenges against his other racially discriminatory policies. Federal judges have suspended his debt forgiveness program for Black farmers because it specifically excludes white farmers. Federal courts have also halted grants to restaurant owners hurt by the pandemic because most white male restauranteurs were told they had to go to the back of the line, behind minorities and women. Team Biden seems to forget that discrimination is against the law. Period.

It's one thing to promote diversity and inclusion. We need to show mutual respect and work together. In the federal workforce, people of color make up nearly half of entry-level positions but only one-third of senior positions. More can be done to help minorities succeed. But not by demeaning whites.

Defending assigning critical race theory texts, Milley told Congress that it's important for military personnel to be widely read. "I've read Karl Marx, I've read Lenin, that doesn't make me a communist," Milley said. But that's misleading. Critical race theory isn't taught as one of many ideas to be debated. It shuts down debate. 

Activist Robin DiAngelo says that even keeping your own viewpoint to yourself and staying silent during a discussion of racism makes you a racist. 

The idea isn't to foster debate. It's used only to indoctrinate and compel acquiescence. 

On Thursday, Sen. Ted Cruz introduced a bill to block funding for Biden's workplace indoctrination scheme. "The federal government has no right to force a political agenda on Americans ... and divide us based on race." The U.S. Constitution agrees. 


Betsy McCaughey is a former lieutenant governor of New York and author of "The Next Pandemic," available at Contact her at or on Twitter @Betsy_McCaughey. To find out more about Betsy McCaughey and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate website at


Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Which Is The Real Party Of Racism?

By I & I Editorial Board

Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse. Photo: Senate Democrats, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license (

The blasé response to the revelation that Rhode Island Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse belonged to a private “whites only” club and even owned a stake in it, should come as no surprise. In the Democrats’ race-obsessed world, only Republicans are racist.

Whitehouse confused the issue last week when asked about his membership in Bailey’s Beach Club and its alleged all-white membership, saying: “I think the people who are running the place are still working on that and I’m sorry it hasn’t happened yet.”

Well, it turns out, his family is among the “people who are running the place.”

As GoLocalProvidence online TV, which broke the story, noted:

“Both Whitehouse and his wife Sandra as well as their families have been members of the club for decades. Whitehouse did transfer his (ownership) shares in the club to his wife years ago, and she is now one of the largest shareholders in the all-white club. The club’s membership is a who’s who Newport, Palm Beach, and New York wealth.”

And on Monday, Whitehouse appeared to defend his membership, calling such clubs “a long tradition in Rhode Island.”

However, after those remarks raised even more questions, Whitehouse denied that the beach club was whites-only, and said that he “was assured that … the assertion was wrong, there is diversity in the membership and there are non-white club members.”

An honest mistake then? Nope. Whitehouse had been asked about his membership in the club dating back to 2006. But, as a Democrat, he could conveniently count on the media not letting such inconvenient facts intrude on his political career, and on his colleagues saying nothing.

Moreover, the club itself issued a statement saying that it had “people of many racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds” as members, but refused to elaborate.

But Whitehouse did clarify that he belongs to a yacht club that, by his own admission, has only white members.

So, to ask the by-now-cliched question, if Whitehouse were a Republican would he get a pass from the Democrats? Of course not.

The reason is simple. Whitehouse, like so many Democrats, portrays himself as a staunch anti-racist, as he did recently during a Senate “moment of silence” to commemorate the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor: “We can and must do better to root out systemic racism in its many forms and meet America’s full promise of justice for all.”

Republicans in Congress are routinely accused of being racists, with evidence of their guilt never being offered. They get called racist simply for opposing Democratic proposals, even ones that have nothing to do with race. Or for telling the truth about our nation’s violent, troubled inner-cities. Or for defending America’s symbols of freedom, such as the American flag. Or for supporting Donald Trump.

But Democrats belonging to racially exclusive clubs, real racism? Pass.

That no one in his party seems to care much and Whitehouse appears secure in his position tells you a lot about the Democratic Party. Contrary to its image as a champion of downtrodden minorities, the Democratic Party is in fact racist at its core. And always has been.

Hard to believe?

Columnist Mona Charen accurately summed it up back in 2015:

The Democrats were the party of slavery, black codes, Jim Crow, and that miserable terrorist excrescence, the Ku Klux Klan. Republicans were the party of Lincoln, Reconstruction, anti-lynching laws, and the civil rights acts of 1875, 1957, 1960, and 1964. Were all Republicans models of rectitude on racial matters? Hardly. Were they a heck of a lot better than the Democrats? Without question.

Democrats argue this is “ancient history.” Not true. Former Senate Majority Leader Robert Byrd, dubbed by colleagues “the Conscience of the Senate,” was a former exalted cyclops of his local Ku Klux Klan. He tried, along with President Bill Clinton’s mentor J. William Fulbright and former Vice President Al Gore Jr.’s father, to filibuster the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

Still in office, Byrd died in 2010, a much-revered figure in his party.

Granted, today’s racism of the Democratic Party is of a different kind. Gone are the white sheets of the Klan, and the ugly American apartheid of racially separate bathrooms, hotels, schools, drinking fountains and the like.

In their place is the pseudointellectual creed of Critical Race Theory, a branch of Marxist thought that adds race to class conflict and insists that all white people are racist. It’s a new religion.”Systemic racism” is original sin, and only the “Woke” are redeemable.

CRT has been extensively debunked by historians on both the left and right. That anyone gives it any credence underscores the utter debasement of reasoned debate, especially in our so-called institutions of higher learning. And to the extent that the Democratic Party embraces CRT, it inescapably becomes an avowedly Marxist party.

Do Democrats care? As they have through history, Democrats today work assiduously to drive wedges between people based on race and income; undermine the egalitarian ideals of our nation’s founding documents, the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution; and expand government power over individual citizens’ lives, liberties and livelihoods.

Given all this, maybe it’s understandable that Democrats and the leftist media would give Sheldon Whitehouse a pass. After all, in the context of the Democratic Party’s profound racist history, Whitehouse is really not the worst sinner. Not by a long shot.

Monday, June 28, 2021

Neoslavery and Black Lives Matter

By Theodore Wilson

Image: Rip McIntosh

The critical race theory of Derrick Bell, Harvard Law Professor, has swept the United States coast to coast and become the Axis of Indoctrination in public schools and universities. 

It defines whitism as the source of Black suppression and places the blame on white society for the black crime rate, dependency on the government for sustenance, and lack of interest in education. 

The National Democratic Party and Biden Administration ignore the historical facts and abandon intellectual principles. They are embracing Derrick Bell’s philosophy and have dropped the cross to champion the doctrines of Black Lives Matter. 

According to Bell, all whites claim they rank superior in nature, status, authority, and power. He labels their whiteness as systemic racism and this movement as the great awakening. 

White Americans today had no ties to slavery, and they have embraced the cause of civil rights. They work with Blacks, share the same neighborhoods, develop deep friendships, and intermarry. Bell’s theory causes them to scratch their head wondering why he insists they become “woke.”

History proves the Critical Race Theory to be a fallacy. The ugly facts show that Africa’s slave trade has existed for over a thousand years. The first documented slave traders, also called sea dogs, Francis Drake and his cousin, John Hawkins from England, were pirates in the middle sixteenth century. The French also brought slaves to North America before the English.

On March 1, 1780, Pennsylvania abolished slavery as part of the movement to establish a democracy in the United States. In 1850 there were 18 free states, and the majority of the population in the 15 slave states had nothing to do with the institution of slavery.         

John Brown, a poor white farmer who formed an army that massacred hundreds of helpless white families, was a hero of the free states. When he was hung, the John Brown song became a popular theme sung in the Union Army.

The anti-slavery movement was instrumental in the formation of the Republican Party and the election of Abraham Lincoln. 

Although history declared Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation as the end of slavery, it was actually the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments championed by the Republican Party that ended slavery, provided citizenship, and gave Blacks the right to vote.

These Constitutional Amendments didn’t just free the slaves from their masters, they now had ownership of their own identity, the opportunity to determine their own destinies, and a choice in the development of character. Morality, work ethic, good sportsmanship, fortitude, and all the characteristics that help us become the very best to achieve are a matter of choice in a free world. 

Bell’s concept of white supremacy creates a breakdown in the firewall of truth. Character cannot be a black and white issue because skin color plays no role in determining the outcome in the classroom, on the gridiron, basketball court, golf course, in a swimming pool, behind a chessboard, or any other arena where we perform.

In 2018, 44.8 million residents in our country were foreign-born, or 1 out of every 8 people. People are flocking to this country, not leaving. Since 1980, 4.2 million Blacks have immigrated to the United States. In 2015, 619,000 of them were here illegally.

Why? Slavery still exists in five African countries: South Africa, Egypt, Libya, Sudan, and Mauritania. An estimated 9.2 million Blacks live in servitude today and the atrocities Africans have endured overshadow anything experienced by Blacks beyond that continent. 

Idi Amin, military dictator of Uganda, ranks as one of the most brutal despots in the history of the world. His cruelty had no margin. He maintained a meat locker with the bodies of children because he liked to eat delicate body parts. Brutal mass murders have taken place periodically across the African continent over the past 150 years, and the numbers add up to a holocaust.

The economy of the United States has always been attractive to foreigners. In 1900, the average wage earner in Italy earned about $4.50 for a 60-hour week. Wages were about $7.00 here. Today, we have the wealthiest Black population in the world. South Africa is known for its wealthy natural resources, especially precious metals and gems. The average family income there is $34,000 and they eliminate those people bonded to servitude to get that figure. The average income of a Black family in the United States is $45,438.

Black immigrants from Africa are more likely to earn a college degree, most likely because they did not grow up under the Democratic Party’s Great Society Program that encourages black families to stay on the nipple of the government.

In 2019, the poverty level in the United States was 10.5 % nationally, but 18.8% were black, 15.7% Hispanic, and Asians and Europeans were 7.2%. Foreign-born Blacks have a significantly lower poverty level than native African citizens.

The ultimate goal of the partnership between Black Lives Matter and the communist party centers on the establishment of Marxism in the United States. To accomplish this, they must have the support of the 81% of the Blacks who are prosperous to gain control of the political power.

Bell’s Critical Race Theory offers the perfect weapon to divide the country. It thrives on the imaginary horrid picture that stereotypes whites as cruel and oppressive to prevent Blacks from becoming the very best they can. The theory fosters resentment and hatred toward the three white races and demands that all whites must be punished.

In principle, by mandating a shared guilty verdict against all whites, it justifies punishment for resistance and encourages violence.

That record accompanies the history of every country that established a totalitarian government and the quiet genocide of slave labor camps like those now existing in China.

Black racism is about power and Black Lives Matter sits in the driver’s seat driving the black revolution referred to as Freedom's Way.

California is building an entire community with government funding and whites are not allowed. Blacks are receiving small business loans and whites cannot apply.

If you watch CNN or any other mainstream television station, you will never learn the truth. In other words, as we are edging toward civil war, most people are not realizing the reality of a possible confrontation when Marxists attack the constitution.

The answer to one major question remains unpredictable. Will the educated and hard-working successful Blacks of the United States who thrive because of their strong character traits give away ownership to their identity. Will they abandon their “right of choice” to determine their destinies for a new master under a Marxist neo-slavery government? Under totalitarian leadership, they will live under the constant surveillance of authority that will dictate how to think and act. 

Will Blacks turn their heads or will they watch when their white teachers, coaches, doctors, friends, and neighbors are persecuted?

When Europe was divided by the iron curtain, people who lived behind the communist wall risked their lives to escape to freedom, and nobody was trying to get in. How will the Black population respond when the George Floyd types are confronted by communist police?

Bell and Black Lives Matter are now writing a new fairy tale. The main character that represents the Black population combines the profile of Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White. The villain portrays Christianity and the Republican Party as the evil stepmother and the big bad wolf.  We don’t know the ending yet, but we are wondering, who is it in the story that is really asleep and needs to wake up.

Sunday, June 27, 2021

It’s Outright War on Conservatives

 By Janet Levy / American Thinker 

Image: Montecruz foto

Last November, the now-defunct Trump Accountability Project, linked to former Democratic National Committee press secretary Hari Sevugan, bruited its plan to blacklist those who worked for the Trump administration.  Sevugan tweeted, “Employers considering them should know that there are consequences for hiring anyone who helped Trump attack American values.  Find out how at the Trump Accountability Project.” Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Dem-NY) too called for devising lists of Trump supporters for punishment and ostracism. The rhetoric reeked of a witch-hunt to name and shame anyone linked to the former president.

Now that the Biden administration is securely ensconced in the White House, the blatant malice has been toned down with disingenuous calls for unity. But there’s persistent targeting of “unwoke” conservatives -- in fact, of anyone not aligned with the hate America script of social justice warriors. In this, the Biden administration has been active. There are several recent instances that highlight a hypocritical progressive agenda to enforce groupthink and extinguish critical and independent thinking.

In May, the IRS denied 501(c)(3) status to Christians Engaged, a Texas-based prayer group that encourages members to pray for the country and its elected officials, motivates citizens to vote for cultural impact, and campaigns for preserving our constitutional republic. The group endeavors to integrate civic involvement as part of religious practice but does not promote any party or candidate. However, in his official letter denying tax exemption, Stephen A. Martin, the IRS’s director of exempt organizations, clearly implies that biblical values are exclusively Republican. He wrote: “While you educate voters on what the Bible says about issues, your educational activities are not neutral. The topics typically are affiliated with distinct candidates and specific political party [Republican] platforms.”

The First Liberty Institute, a Christian legal organization, is appealing the IRS decision as discriminatory. It argues that there is no requirement that organizations must be neutral on public policy issues, and that just because there is some overlap between the views of Christians Engaged and the Republican party, the IRS cannot conclude that the organization serves private interests. The IRS decision amounts to a violation of the free speech, free exercise, and free establishment clauses of the First Amendment. Declaring biblical teachings as exclusively Republican is the slippery slope that could lead to future discrimination against Christian organizations and even churches.

Remarkably, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB)-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) enjoy tax exemption even though they have been shown to be financing terrorism. In the 2008 Holy Land Foundation case, the largest terror-funding trial in American history, the government had produced ample evidence that CAIR, INSA, and other MB groups were associated with the designated terror group Hamas. One MB document presented in court said the work of the Ikhwan in the U.S. is “a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabotaging its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and G-d’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”

In another attack on conservative principles, Colorado baker Jack Phillips was fined $500 under the state’s anti-discrimination law for refusing to make a “gender transitioning” cake for a transgender activist. Colorado had earlier barred Phillips, a devout Christian, from designing custom wedding cakes after he declined to make one for a same-sex wedding. But he’d won a Supreme Court victory in 2018, explaining that he was unwilling to violate his beliefs and was exercising his First Amendment right to religious freedom. Despite that ruling, Colorado officials have targeted him again. Phillips has filed a lawsuit citing his right to practice his faith as well as his right to equal protection under the 14th Amendment. Kristen Waggoner, general counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian non-profit that’s representing Phillips, stated: “Radical activists and government officials are targeting artists like Jack because they won’t promote messages on marriage and sexuality that violate their core convictions.”  

Meanwhile, kindergarteners at the Ashlawn Elementary School, Arlington County, Virginia, were subjected to transgender messaging on Read Across America Day. A cross-dressing male LGBTQ+ activist read to them from a factually false transgender picture book without parental knowledge or consent. The activist is a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), which champions same-sex marriage, the expansion of LGBTQ+ rights, HIV/AIDS advocacy, and legislation on anti-discrimination and hate crimes. In attendance as a sponsor was the president of the National Education Association, a leftist union of 2.3 million public school teachers and college students preparing to become teachers. The union campaigns for abortion, socialized medicine, prisoner rights, and other causes dear to the Left.

Two additional examples of how conservatives are forced to endure viewpoint discrimination and correction (or indoctrination) hail from the national security sector and the military.

This month, the Biden administration announced the National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism to target those who espouse “racial or ethnic bigotry and hatred” or “anti-government ideology or anti-authority sentiment.” While purporting to promote public safety, it aims to push Critical Race Theory, the Muslim-as-victim narrative, and other radical Leftist views. Rather than address the physical threat of terrorism, it targets ideological opponents of the Biden administration and encourages views “befitting a democracy” -- as if only certain opinions confer acceptance. It principally targets white supremacists and violent extremists but fails to mention the anti-law enforcement, anti-American ideologies of Antifa,  Black Lives Matter, and Islamic terrorists (except for a perfunctory mention of Al Qaeda). For all intents and purposes, opposition to government policies is the new “terrorism” -- not ISIS, not Al Qaeda, not Black Lives Matter, not Antifa. 

In the military, there’s an agenda to root out ideas and people who oppose the Biden administration’s “fundamental transformation of America.” With the avowed purpose of eliminating extremism in the ranks, training material from the Pentagon mischaracterizes American laws and disparages citizens who believe in constitutional principles. It identifies no instances of racism or discrimination that would prompt such a program. But officers are instructed with talking points on “anti-government extremists” as proven by “recent events.” The allusion is clearly to Trump supporters or those who are against Biden’s progressive agenda. Contrary to the spirit of the First Amendment, the material states that service members must “reject” ideas and speech that threaten “to undermine our government” or face disciplinary action, including discharge. It explicitly lays out permissible and prohibited political activities and social media practices as part of a radical agenda to undermine constitutional freedoms and indoctrinate our troops.

During the “Summer of Love,” far-left mayors and city councils had dismissed the concerns of citizens over the rioting, arson, senseless murder, assaults on police, and the chaos in the lawless autonomous zones created by BLM and Antifa. Later though, even Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan walked back her comments and confessed that the mayhem was not a viable vision for her city. One would have thought that a reasonable response following such anarchy would be for political leadership to reassess their policies, respond to the public outcry, and temper its rhetoric against conservative constitutionalists. Sadly, that hasn’t happened, and the “fundamental transformation of America” is advancing apace. 

When crises are manufactured to target ideological foes and real threats are ignored, safety, security, and civil rights are sacrificed.  In all its dogmatism and intolerance, the progressive agenda of enforced cultural conformism is gaining ground.  The pushback that has already begun must become fierce.


Saturday, June 26, 2021

Fearless: Jason Whitlock’s letter to black America explaining the real purpose of made-for-TV racial conflict

By Jason Whitlock

Screenshot - Image: Jason Whitlock (R)

Dear Black People:

We are being lied to and set up. The mainstream media, Democratic politicians, social justice activists, and perhaps even your church pastor have led you to believe America is in the midst of a racial conflict similar to the Civil War and the civil rights movement.

They have pitted us against the Proud Boys, the KKK, rural militia groups, and Trump supporters in a made-for-TV race war. Just five years after Barack Obama completed two terms as president of the United States, we're supposed to believe America has been overrun by violent white supremacists determined to reinstate segregation, Jim Crow laws, and maybe even slavery.

Evidence of this massive wave of 1920s-style bigotry amounts to three things: 1) Republicans want all voters to show a government-issued ID; 2) On January 6, unarmed Trump supporters crashed the Capitol and took pictures inside Nancy Pelosi's office; 3) Across the nation, police kill on average 250 black men and 450 white men per year.

Oh, I almost forgot. There's a fourth piece of evidence. Colin Kaepernick failed to land a job as a starting quarterback after pissing off a large segment of football fans by taking a knee during the national anthem.

Those are the main smoking guns proving that white supremacy is the most dangerous domestic threat America faces. George Floyd, a habitual criminal and drug addict, is the Crispus Attucks of this raging race war. He is our rallying cry and hero.

It's a setup. We're being used as decoys and distractions in a war that has nothing to do with race.

The real war is about global power and the future of America's system of government. This country's elite, global citizens, and corporations prefer communism over capitalism and democracy. They prefer China's system over our system.

America has been the world's leader in racial progress and fairness. The mainstream media are not allowed to explain this to you. Advertisers, aka major corporations, will no longer support media outlets that back our current democratic and capitalistic systems of governance.

You say, what about Fox News? Turn it on. It's filled with a bunch of MyPillow and wounded soldier commercials. America's big, global corporations, the ones looking to improve their market share in China, are not financially supporting Fox News. The most popular voices at Fox News dislike China.

The faux race war the mainstream media have promoted is a tool being used to convince you and non-black Americans that our system of government has been a giant failure. They want you to believe that a great reset is necessary to achieve fairness.

The reset is communism, which starts with the gateway drug of socialism and ends in full-blown Marxism. China is run by the Communist Chinese Party. Communism has no respect for individual freedom or religion of any kind. Communism has no tolerance for political dissent.

Your religion and free speech will not survive the reset. Communism is racial oppression's best friend. When a nation is stripped of religious faith and free speech, few people have the courage to defend the rights of minorities. The elites cozying up to China do not care about you. They are aware of how despicably China treats black people. They are aware of how China squashes dissent.

Do your own research on communism and what it stamps out and how it oppresses. Don't take my word.

You might be wondering why Oprah Winfrey or LeBron James or some other super popular black celebrity isn't telling you what I am. They're global elites. The reset won't hurt them or their loved ones. Communism favors wealthy elites far more than capitalism and democracy do. Oprah, LeBron, and the other uber-wealthy black tokens will thrive under socialism and communism.

You won't. Unless you're a 6'6" basketball star or some other black entertainer capable of entertaining the people in power. That's a tiny percentage of black people.

Why won't your favorite white cable newsman or newswoman tell you what I'm telling you? Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo, Joe Scarborough, aren't they our allies? No. They're not. They're political lobbyists working on behalf of the corporations and politicians pushing the reset.

OK. What about me? You might think I'm a political partisan working on behalf of conservative Republicans. That is certainly how I've been painted by left-leaning media outlets and social media platforms. And I'm now partnered with Blaze Media, a platform that leans right.

Judge my career. I have been at this for more than 30 years. I have been equally despised by the left and the right. I have publicly feuded with Bill O'Reilly and Keith Olbermann. I've been a guest on their old Fox News and MSNBC shows. I've worked and/or written for ESPN, Fox Sports, the Huffington Post, Playboy Magazine, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal. I spent years bashing Sarah Palin.

I don't play for any political team. I've never voted. I go wherever I believe I can speak, follow, and write the truth. The truth I believe the most is that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior.

I believe Jesus is under attack. That's why I'm at Blaze Media. You can't defend Jesus at corporate media outlets. Advertisers won't allow it. You can discuss the religion of racism every day at ESPN, CNN, MSNBC, and even Fox Sports. But it's taboo to discuss the cure for racism — Jesus — on those platforms.

I'm not saying any of this because there's a big paycheck for black men espousing my views. The money for black broadcasters and journalists is connected to preaching the race-bait religion.

Let me be clear. I'm not broke by any stretch. I've earned and saved a substantial sum of money. But I've bypassed far more money than I've earned with the choice I've made to follow the truth wherever it leads and my refusal to support the racial groupthink dictated by global elites.

My faith won't allow me to jump on board with the lunacy, racism, and sacrilege of Black Lives Matter, a movement founded by three lesbian self-admitted trained Marxists. BLM is an atheist movement in support of LGBTQ issues and the reshaping of America into a communist country. BLM is part of the deception.

Black people tell me all the time: "I don't support the BLM organization, but I support the slogan and sentiment."

Let me translate that. You despise the devil's tree but love the fruit it produces. That's some Don Lemon-Lori Lightfoot-Van Jones-Colin Kaepernick level of hypocrisy. You know, all the Malcolm X-wannabe, anti-white radicals in relationships with white partners. They hate the white tree but can't live without the white fruit.

We have to stop letting everyone use us. We're being played. We're all being played, black and white working-class people. It's all a giant setup. Look at what they did to Trump supporters. They were manipulated into storming the Capitol, and then the corporate media portrayed it as a bloody, violent KKK rally intended to overthrow democracy. The so-called "insurrection" is an excuse for the government to seize more power and crush dissent.

We, black people, have been convinced the crushing of working-class white people is good for us.

It's not. Working-class white people, Christian white people, are our true allies, not the elites. We can't see that because of the made-for-TV hyper-focus on racial conflict.

The defunding and demoralizing of police are tactics deployed to increase violence in major cities. Local media outlets are focusing on this rise in crime, national media outlets have followed suit, and social media platforms are generating viral videos exposing the crime wave.

Guess who are the stars of this content. Black perpetrators.

It's all a massive setup. The stirring of racial animus between Obama worshippers and Trump worshippers is orchestrated by billionaire elites, executed by trained Marxists, promoted by millionaire influencers in the media, sports, and entertainment worlds, and co-signed by religious leaders pursuing popularity.

Black America, print this letter and share it with family, friends, co-workers, and, most importantly, your pastor.

My critics will tell you: "Oh, Jason Whitlock is a sellout. He hates black people."

That's laughable. It's part of the deception. I despise the people deceiving us, manipulating us to participate in a racial clash that will be used to destroy the religious and individual freedoms that liberated us.

There's a reason black and brown people across the globe fight to get into this country and excel when they do. They love the American tree and the fruit it produces.

Thanks for reading,

Jason Whitlock


Friday, June 25, 2021

Here Are The 9 Most Terrifying Criminals From The January 6 Capitol Attack


Sentencing is beginning for the insurrectionists who tried to take over our country with selfie sticks and buffalo costumes. Luckily, they didn't succeed.

Here are the 9 most terrifying criminals from that dark day of January 6, 2021 -- a day that will go down in infamy:

Buffalo Guy -- Look at this face: truly terrifying. Legal experts all agree that since he stood up in front of the congressional chambers, he is now legally our ruler. Bow down before bison man!

Knittin' MeeMaw Gunderson -- Wow. Terror. Horror. Truly the face of a criminal. OK, technically she was storming the Kansas state capitol and not the one in D.C., but still -- she's such a terrorist her terror spreads across the whole land.

The guy who put his feet on Pelosi's desk -- The act of a madman. The nation will never recover. THAT IS MAHOGANY!

The massive army of robot assassins who literally murdered AOC -- These guys were ruthless. RIP AOC. Fs in the chat for the world's smartest socialist.

The deadly lectern thief --  Whole chapters in future history textbooks will be written about this guy, who literally walked into the building and walked out with a piece of wood. We're talking John Wilkes Booth levels of impact on our country.

This squirrel -- Just look at him. He's clearly up to something.

This pigeon -- Dastardly.

These professional insurrectionists who were having quite a bit of trouble climbing a wall -- Had they succeeded in climbing the wall, the law of the land would have mandated that we make them our rulers. They would have had to fight Buffalo Guy in unarmed combat for the honor though.

And the mastermind behind it all: this deranged lunatic who specifically told everyone to remain peaceful -- This psycho said, "I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard." Truly the rallying cry of a madman.

We know these pictures are hard to look at. But it's important to remember how terrible this day was so we will never repeat it.


A disgraceful judicial opinion suspending Rudy Giuliani from the practice of law

By David Zukerman

Courthouse of the First Appellate Division. Photo credit: Beyond My Ken CC-BY-SA 4.0 license.

In an opinion replete with Trump Derangement Syndrome, a panel of five justices of the 19-member Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court, First Department, have ordered the immediate suspension of Rudolph W. Giuliani from the practice of law, pending a disciplinary hearing where the former mayor of New York City will face disbarment.

The order was handed down on June 24.  It claimed that the former mayor made false statements about various voting irregularities — including phony absentee ballots, and voting by non-citizens and felons, and underage voters and deceased voters, in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Arizona.

The title of this article carries a serious charge, but consider the following citations from the suspension order in deciding whether the charge — playing politics, actually — is justified or not.

"This country," the opinion proclaims, "is being torn apart by continuing attacks on the legitimacy of the 2020 elections and of our current president, Joseph R. Biden."  Let's pause there.  Where were the five New York State Supreme Court jurists (App. Div., 1st Dep't) the four years from January 20, 2017, to January 20, 2021, when the country was torn apart by "The Resistance," including those Deep State denizens, seeking, without let-up, the overthrow of the legitimately elected president, Donald R. Trump?

Returning to the partisan screed: 

The hallmark of democracy is predicated on free and fair elections.  False statements intended to foment a loss of confidence in our elections and resulting in loss of confidence in government generally damage the proper functioning of a free society. 

And where were these jurists the years of the "false statements" on "colluding with Putin, charges of mental instability, Ukraine-gate, and the like throughout Mr. Trump's years in office, statements clearly designed to cause loss of confidence in his leadership — which indeed did so, given his favorable poll numbers only in the 40s?

And what of the false statements in the anti-Trump press, just disclosed this month, that President Trump ordered the forcible clearing of Lafayette Square, June 1, 2020, so that he could have a photo op at vandalized St. John's Church?  Didn't those statements keep "reliable information" from the American people?

The screed continues: 

When those false statements are made by an attorney, it also erodes the public's confidence in the integrity of attorneys admitted to our bar and damages the profession's role as a crucial source of reliable information.

And what of "false statements" made about Mr. Trump, from Democrats in Congress who are New York attorneys, like Jerrold Nadler?  Who will bring a grievance against him, alleging his efforts to undermine public confidence in Mr. Trump?

This screed-cum-opinion, then, stripping away all pretense, tears down the wall separating the First Department from the political arena, as will be immediately evident from the following paragraph:

One only has to look at the ongoing present public discord over the 2020 election, which erupted into violence, insurrection and death on January 6, 2021 at the U.S. Capitol, to understand the extent of the damage that can be done when the public is misled by false information about the elections. The AGC [Attorney Grievance Committee] contends that respondent's misconduct directly inflamed tensions that bubbled over into the events of January 6, 2021 in this nation's Capitol. Respondent's response is that no causal nexus can be shown between his conduct and those events. We need not decide any issue of "causal nexus" to understand that the falsehoods themselves cause harm. This event only emphasizes the larger point that the broad dissemination of false statements, casting doubt on the legitimacy of thousands of validly cast votes, is corrosive to the public's trust in our most important democratic institutions.

Is this a mere obiter dictum (an incidental expression of a judge's personal opinion) — or a statement joining forces with The New York Times and the Democrat (and Liz Cheney) demagogues, hurling out the term "insurrection" as a "false statement" description of the events at the Capitol the afternoon of January 6, 2021?  It is about as rank and unseemly a statement as ever emerged from a judge's chambers.  And see how this opinion followed Biden's lead referring, so misleadingly, to "death" at the Capitol, January 6, 2021.  Who died, was killed, at the Capitol, January 6, 2021, other than the unarmed pro-Trump demonstrator Ashli Babbitt?  What confidence does this invidious partisan declaration leave in the minds of at least half the voting population, that justice is blind?

By inserting the insidious words "insurrection" and "death," this First Department panel raised high the Democrat banner above its Manhattan courthouse.  It should be noted that all five justices were appointed by Democrat governors: one by Eliot Spitzer, two by David Paterson, and two by Andrew Cuomo.  The presiding judge, Rolando Acosta, once a Legal Aid Society lawyer, is a member of Columbia University's Athlete Hall of Fame for pitching prowess with the university's baseball team.  Alas, with the Giuliani suspension, Judge Acosta has thrown a wild pitch.

And behold — the attorney grievance committee accuses Rudy Giuliani of "misconduct [that] directly inflamed tensions that bubbled over into the events of January 6, 20201in this nation's Capitol."  Did the First Department panel respond with the words such an accusation deserves: "that's ridiculous"?  Not at all.  The panel instead acted as if on cue — dismissing "causal nexus" as irrelevant, effectively holding that the alleged falsehoods present all the justification necessary to end Giuliani's career as an attorney.

Once, members of the Judicial Branch were careful to stay clear of the "political thicket."  Let's change that metaphor to "briar patch."  Why?  Because, like Br'er Rabbit, the five members of the First Department panel in "The Matter of Rudolph W Giuliani, an Attorney," have rushed into their political "briar patch," where, undoubtedly, they feel sure that they have taken a significant step in addressing "the toxic effect of Trumpism," as The New York Times called for, in an August 2016 editorial.

This panel, in the manner of most leftists, is likely too self-confident to allow that we "deplorables" are on to them.  We know when their comments are projections of their own mindset.  At least half the voting population will recognize that false judicial screeds, pretending to be opinions, are, quite simply, "corrosive to the public's trust" — in the Judicial Branch of government.

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Deprogramming of January 6 Defendants Is Underway

 By Julie Kelly | The American Greatness

Photo: Anna Morgan-Lloyd

The entire investigation is an attempt to prosecute people based on their beliefs. Those who purge their views and admit their wrongthink will be given mercy. Those who don’t will pay dearly.

“My lawyer has given me names of books and movies to help me see what life is like for others in our country. I’ve learned that even though we live in a wonderful country things still need to improve. People of all colors should feel as safe as I do to walk down the street.”

That passage is part book report, part white privilege mea culpa submitted to a federal court this month by Anna Morgan-Lloyd, one of the more than 500 Americans arrested for her involvement in the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. The 49-year-old grandmother of five from southern Indiana was charged with four counts of trespassing and disorderly conduct even though she walked through an open door and was inside the building for about five minutes. She was ratted out to the FBI by a county worker who saw her January 6 posts on Facebook.

On Wednesday, Lloyd, who has a clean criminal record, pleaded guilty to one count of “parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building”—but not before she consented to undergo a reeducation exercise at the urging of her court-appointed lawyer. (Like many January 6 defendants, Lloyd does not have the means to hire a private attorney.)

It’s safe to say Heather Shaner, a D.C.-based criminal defense attorney representing a handful of January 6 protesters, does not share the political beliefs of her Capitol clients, which is why she’s forcing them to read books and watch movies highlighting dark chapters in U.S. history.

In an interview with Huffington Post, Shaner explained her belief that “this is the most wonderful country in the world, it’s been great for all kinds of immigrant groups, except for the fact that it was born of genocide of the Native Americans and the enslavement of people.”

Shaner’s legal captives are learning the hard way what the government will do when one resists their commands to comply. Not only have their personal lives been shattered, finances depleted, and reputations destroyed by an abusive Justice Department investigation, Shaner’s clients must be indoctrinated with leftist propaganda about America’s alleged systemic racism.

The purge of the populist mindset is underway, courtesy of the fetid Beltway judicial system and the Joe Biden regime. Judges routinely lecture January 6 defendants about the wrongthink of a “stolen election” while prosecutors openly mock their political beliefs, including home schooling and gun ownership.

“I have had many political and ethical discussions with Anna Lloyd,” Shaner wrote in her motion agreeing to the plea and probation for Lloyd. “I tendered a booklist to her. She has read Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Just Mercy, and Schindler’s List to educate herself about ‘government policy’ toward Native Americans, African Americans and European Jews. We have discussed the books and also about the responsibility of an individual when confronting ‘wrong.’”

Shaner also told the court that Lloyd watched the “Burning Tulsa” documentary on the History Channel as well as “Mudbound,” a story of two families, one black and one white, living on the same property after World War II.

On the face of it, there’s nothing wrong with watching or reading any of Shaner’s “booklist.” What is very wrong is a taxpayer-paid attorney—one who is supposed to fight the government’s charges related to January 6, not play along with its phony depiction that “white supremacists” attacked the Capitol—using her authority to reprogram the political views of people she is supposed to be defending. The presumption of racist beliefs is automatic.

But it all worked. Lloyd changed her opinion on the death penalty; in her review of Schindler’s List that was submitted to the court, she lamented that “my Son-In-Law doesn’t believe the Holocaust happened as it did.” She admitted that she’s “lived a sheltered life and truly haven’t experienced life the way many have.”

Her attorney and the government seem pleased with Lloyd’s reformation. “Though she supported the past president in January, she totally accepts President Biden as the leader of our country,” Shaner wrote to the court. “She has worked hard to come to terms with what she believed before January 6th, 2021 and what she has learned since then.”

And although prosecutors condemned her “ill-considered and misguided commentary” that described January 6 as an “exciting day” and which recalled that the participants were “patriots” instead of rioters, they nonetheless agreed to a sentence of three years probation instead of six months in jail—she spent two nights behind bars after she turned herself in—and a $500 fine. She also cannot own a firearm while on probation. (Judge Royce Lamberth, a Reagan appointee, suggested he was giving her a “break” by agreeing to a plea deal.)

During her sentencing hearing on Wednesday, Lloyd broke down while apologizing for her actions. “I apologize to the court, to the American people, to my family,” she told Lamberth. “I was there to support Trump peacefully and am ashamed that it became a savage display of violence.” She said she’s never experienced racial negativity but “realizes many people do.” She was not charged with any racially motivated crime.

The Justice Department pushed back on Shaner’s attempts to reprogram her clients. “We don’t prosecute people based on their beliefs,” Joshua Rothstein, the assistant U.S. attorney handling Lloyd’s case, said in court Wednesday.

Ah, if only that were true. Nearly every charging document filed by Joe Biden’s Justice Department in the Capitol breach probe mentions the defendant’s belief about the 2020 presidential election as evidence of wrongdoing.

Here’s just one example in a court filing in the case of Jessica Watkins, an Oath Keeper who has been behind bars since January after the government successfully argued for her pre-trial detention. “There is no new or material information that casts the defendant in any less dangerous of a light than when this Court decided to detain her approximately one month ago,” prosecutors wrote in March. “The information advanced by the defendant to support her motion [for release] does nothing to undermine her extremist and violent views regarding how to address what she believed to be a fraudulent election.” (Emphasis added.)

The entire January 6 investigation is an attempt to prosecute people based on their beliefs. Those who purge their views and admit their wrongthink will be given mercy. Those who don’t will pay dearly.