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Democrats ginning up white racism in order to get blacks to vote for Democratic candidates in 2016

Using Murder Victims and Police to Play Up the Race Card


By —— Bio and Archives--February 11, 2016

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“Hands up don’t shoot” was a lie. The phony “Black Lives Matter” movement exists solely as a tool for Democrats to fire up their base when they need votes.

Advocacy of violence against police, and Black racism are now considered hip.

Why else did Beyoncé Knowles release a music video right before her Super Bowl performance of the race-baiting song “Formation,” showing police officers harassing young black people, and “Stop shooting us” graffiti? During the Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé‘s dancers, dressed in Black Panther costumes, formed an X shape in tribute to radical black activist Malcolm X. Her dancers were seen giving the black power salute while holding up a sign reading, “Justice for Mario Woods.”

Mario Woods

In December, Mario Woods was suspected in a stabbing. When Police found him, they said Woods moved toward an officer while still armed with a knife, prompting the officers to open fire, according to police reports.

Mario Woods, a black man who lived in San Francisco, had an extensive juvenile record involving firearms and gang activity, and spent nearly all his adult life in prison, according to police records. Police said officers arrived to find Woods, still holding a knife and with blood on his clothes, near a T-Third San Francisco Municipal Railway stop.

The ACLU, lawyers, and the family of slain Mario Woods have been demanding a federal investigation into the police shooting December 2.

Lawyers representing the Woods family have called it a wrongful shooting, although video shows Mario Woods was allegedly armed at the time of the incident with a knife.

The U.S. Department of Justice just launched a review of the San Francisco Police Department over the shooting.

Contrast that with slain white woman Kate Steinle, who was fatally shot on San Francisco’s Pier 14 in July 2015, by an illegal alien, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, whose criminal history includes seven prior felony convictions and five deportations.

Steinle was walking on Pier 14 in San Francisco with her father on July 1 when she was shot dead.

Within the hour, police arrested Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, a five-time-deported illegal alien.

No DOJ case was opened to investigate why the five-time deported Lopez-Sanchez was in San Francisco, a Sanctuary City.

Media Sympathies

NBC Bay Area reported, “The family of Mario Woods, who was shot and killed by San Francisco police officers last month, is urging the U.S. Department of Justice to examine whether there is pervasive racism in the policies and practices of the city’s police department.”

San Francisco’s KGO reported, “The man accused of killing a woman at Pier 14 in San Francisco walked into court Wednesday looking thin and frail.”

“Adante Pointer, another attorney in Burris’ office, played one of the videos again at Monday’s news conference,” NBC Bay Area reported. “This is not just an incident but a person executed in broad daylight on a public street,” Pointer said.

San Francisco Supervisors, London Breed and Malia Cohen, called for a federal investigation into Woods’ shooting and other supervisors publicly apologized to the family while also calling for a review of use of force policies.

Not one public official from San Francisco offered an apology to Kate Steinle’s family. Adding insult to injury, President Obama made the murder political, and blamed it on Republicans.

“It’s because of the political efforts of Republicans that we have not been able to make the kind of investment that we would like to make in securing our border and keeping our communities safe,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in a statement on behalf of the President, as he blamed Republican lawmakers for Kate Steinle’s death.

“Significantly, President Obama has not asked the Justice Department to investigate if Kate Steinle’s civil right to public safety was violated by the sheriff, the mayor, or San Francisco supervisors for failing to take positive actions to defend the rights of citizens against violence perpetrated by illegal immigrants,” Michael Bargo at the American Thinker reported. “In fact, San Francisco officials continue to defend their policy of ignoring the 1996 Immigration Act, even though sanctuary status is a violation of Federal law.”

San Francisco’s Sanctuary City policy is to refuse to “honor U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainers unless they are supported by a judicial determination of probable cause or with a warrant of arrest.”

However, as Hans von Spakovsky noted in an article in The Daily Signal, “it was the Obama administration that announced in 2010 that it would not sue sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with the federal government on immigration enforcement.

It was the Obama administration that axed a program that made it easier for immigration authorities to find and deport illegal immigrants who had committed local crimes.”

Kate Steine’s family had to sue San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Bureau of Land Management for some justice.

Black Panthers

“In light of the passion with which so many screaming youngsters in attendance rocked and gyrated orgasmically to Beyoncé‘s every move and word, it’s worth taking a moment to consider exactly who the Black Panthers were, and what did they do to deserve such a tribute from the lovely Bey,” Daniel Greenfield wrote this week. “Portraying law-enforcement officers as the indisputably racist agents of a racist nation, the Panthers regularly tried to defy and provoke police—“pigs,” as they contemptuously called them—by appearing in public places carrying loaded firearms. On May 2, 1967, for instance, more than two-dozen Panthers brandishing guns famously walked into a meeting of the California State Assembly to protest a proposed piece of legislation.”

Injustice

Why did the National Football League and PepsiCo allow Beyonce’s outrageous themed performance, and why did they allow her dancers to dress like Black Panthers? The Black Panthers hated America, detested capitalism and revered Communism. “They made Mao Zedong‘s iconic Red Book required reading for all their members, andsold copies of it to students at UC Berkeley to raise funds for the purchase of shotguns. And for guidance in how to establish revolutionary socialism in the United States, the Panthers studied the works of Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Che Guevara, Ho Chi Minh, and Frantz Fanon. Historian John Patrick Digginswrites that the Panthers “adopted a ‘Marxist-Leninist’ amalgam that succeeded in combining nationalism with socialism, preaching self-determination along with class struggle.”

The only conclusion one can draw is this is Democrats ginning up white racism in order to get blacks to vote for Democratic candidates in 2016.


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Katy Grimes is an investigative journalist, Senior Correspondent with the Flash Report, Reaganbabe.com, and Senior Media Fellow with Energy and Environmental Institute. A longtime political analyst, she has written for The Sacramento Union, The Washington Examiner, Watchdog.org, The Pacific Research Institute’s CalWatchdog, The San Francisco Examiner, The Business Journal, E&E Legal, The Sacramento Bee, Legal Insurrection, Canada Free Press, and Laura Ingraham’s LifeZette, and can be heard regularly on many talk radio shows each week.

Megan Barth is the founder and proprietor of Reaganbabe.com, a nationally recognized political commentator and woman’s advocate.  She has appeared on NewsMax TV, One America News Network, America Trends with Dr. Gina, The Blaze Radio, and has regular weekly appearances on a variety of nationally syndicated radio shows.


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