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By Ann Coulter on 04/21/2021

Ann Coulter: Thanks, Derek Chauvin Jurors! You’re Safe Now! WE AREN'T.

Earlier by Ann Coulter On Derek Chauvin: The Case Against The Mob  and Derek Chauvin, Human Sacrifice

To watch the hours of celebratory fist-pumping from government officials and black activists after the guilty verdicts against police officer Derek Chauvin this week, you’d think Minnesota had just won the NCAA tournament.

One man is dead and another will be spending up to 40 years in prison. How about Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison show a little dignity, with something like: “We had the trial; we’ve got a verdict; I’m not taking any questions”?

Nope! We got a one-hour spirit rally for the championship team. The key was teamwork. Our guys practiced every night—staying even after the gym had closed! We couldn’t have done it without the fans.

There wasn’t this much triumphalism when Ted Bundy was convicted! He murdered 30 women, escaped from jail twice, and killed again before finally being brought to trial. We didn’t have hours of gloating after they got the Green River Killer, and it took 20 years to catch him.

Maybe we’ve gotten less decorous in the past few decades. But how about celebrating the conviction of a gangbanger who killed an 8-year-old girl in a drive-by? Would the media be as giddy about that?

Not likely. Wild celebrations are in order only for the railroading of a cop.

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Post By Steve Sailer on 04/22/2021
From the Babylon Bee: Report: People Have Been Thinking All White Men Are Terrible But It Turns Out It’s Just Steve April 22nd, 2021 U.S.—There has been a growing anti-racist movement against whiteness and white males, identifying them as a scourge on society and the basis for all our problems. But now many have begun to realize that there is in fact no problem with white people in general but wi...
Post By Steve Sailer on 04/22/2021
Start at 11:45 for footage of the Girl in Pink: Here’s body camera footage from the Columbus policeman who appears to be an African immigrant. His task in this video shortly after the police shooting of Knife Girl is to escort eyewitnesses to sit by themselves in the back of police cruisers until they can first be interviewed by the Bureau of Criminal Investigations. In police shootings in Columbu...
Post By Washington Watcher II on 04/22/2021
Previously: Red State Governors Are Saying No To Biden’s Illegal-Alien Dumping Plan. But What About LEGAL Immigration? At least five Republican senators are open to a modified version of Joe Biden’s Amnesty. Axios reported Wednesday that a “bipartisan” group met to discuss “comprehensive immigration reform.” The four Republicans who attended the meeting were: John Cornyn of Texas, Lisa Murkowski of...
Post By Pedro de Alvarado on 04/22/2021
Some things in politics are so predictable. Ever since George Floyd acquired the status of Sainthood last summer, a significant portion of Americans embarked on a blood libel campaign of epic proportions against the white population. The hysteria was so pronounced, that looney concepts such as “defund the police” became an accepted part of political discourse. A sober society would laugh such propo...
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Post By Steve Sailer on 04/22/2021
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Post By Steve Sailer on 04/22/2021
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Post By Steve Sailer on 04/22/2021
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Post By Steve Sailer on 04/22/2021
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By Ann Coulter on 04/21/2021

Ann Coulter: Thanks, Derek Chauvin Jurors! You’re Safe Now! WE AREN'T.

Earlier by Ann Coulter On Derek Chauvin: The Case Against The Mob  and Derek Chauvin, Human Sacrifice

To watch the hours of celebratory fist-pumping from government officials and black activists after the guilty verdicts against police officer Derek Chauvin this week, you’d think Minnesota had just won the NCAA tournament.

One man is dead and another will be spending up to 40 years in prison. How about Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison show a little dignity, with something like: “We had the trial; we’ve got a verdict; I’m not taking any questions”?

Nope! We got a one-hour spirit rally for the championship team. The key was teamwork. Our guys practiced every night—staying even after the gym had closed! We couldn’t have done it without the fans.

There wasn’t this much triumphalism when Ted Bundy was convicted! He murdered 30 women, escaped from jail twice, and killed again before finally being brought to trial. We didn’t have hours of gloating after they got the Green River Killer, and it took 20 years to catch him.

Maybe we’ve gotten less decorous in the past few decades. But how about celebrating the conviction of a gangbanger who killed an 8-year-old girl in a drive-by? Would the media be as giddy about that?

Not likely. Wild celebrations are in order only for the railroading of a cop.

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By Patrick J. Buchanan on 04/22/2021

By Michelle Malkin on 04/21/2021
Attention, parents: If your children are online, they are being bombarded by an inescapable public relations campaign by all the Bigs—Big Pharma, Big Government and Big Tech—to brainwash them about the COVID vaccine. While children under 18 remain at the lowest risk of COVID-19, peer pressure to get the experimental jabs is enormous. That groupthink is compounded by relentless messaging from politi...
By Jared Taylor on 04/20/2021

[Crossposted from American Renaissance.]

Earlier, May 30, 2020: Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn't

The jury has found Derek Chauvin guilty on all three counts. It took fewer than 24 hours to reach a unanimous decision. I have argued all along that an acquittal was impossible, no matter what the evidence showed. No jury, anywhere in the United States, could have found Mr. Chauvin innocent after nearly a year of riots.

I had some hope that the jury might acquit on one or two of the more serious charges, but the guilty verdict was announced first on the most serious of the three, so the other two verdicts were inevitable. Under Minnesota law, Mr. Chauvin will be sentenced under only the most serious charge. It carries a maximum sentence of 40 years, but according to state guidelines, a first offence is supposed to get 12-1/2 years. Judge Peter Cahill said he would pass sentence eight weeks from now.

As the verdicts were read, the camera closed in on Mr. Chauvin for the first time since the trial began. He was wearing a mask, but appeared to show no emotion. He was led from the courtroom in handcuffs and will remain in custody.

Crowds had gathered in various places in Minneapolis to wait for the verdict. They wept, rejoiced, and fell into each other’s arms.

There are solid grounds to appeal the verdict. From the start, Mr. Chauvin’s lawyer, Eric Nelson, argued that it would be impossible to get a fair trial in Minneapolis because of the rioting and massive publicity. The judged refused to move the trial. Mr. Nelson will probably argue that there was prosecutorial misconduct. In closing arguments, the prosecution said that the defense’s arguments were “nonsense,” that Mr. Nelson was “shading the truth,” “misrepresenting facts,” putting words in witnesses’ mouths, and “creating Halloween stories.” Judge Cahill ruled that he had sufficiently admonished the prosecution for this.

By Washington Watcher II on 04/19/2021

The federal government can’t house and care for the horde of unaccompanied illegal-alien minors at the border, so President Biden has a solution: Send them to Red States [Biden administration considers flying migrants to states near the Canadian border for processing, by Nick Miroff, The Washington Post, March 20, 2021]. But some Republican governors are saying no. Their resistance to this illegal-alien dumping shows that the GOP/GAP is moving in the right direction. But much more must be done— above all opposing legal immigrationto prove Republicans are the America First party and stop the Great Replacement.

States that are resisting illegal-alien resettlement at this writing: Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and South Dakota.

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, no fire breathing conservative, fired the opening salvo at Biden. “This is not our problem,” Reynolds told a local radio show:

“This is the president’s problem. He’s the one that has opened the border, and he needs to be responsible for this and he needs to stop it.”

[Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds Sets The Bar For Republicans To Refuse To Enable Biden’s Border Crisis, by Gabe Kaminsky, The Federalist, April 13, 2021]

Montana is squarely against resettlement, too. Attorney General Austin Knudsen told Fox News his state hasn’t the resources to care for the illegals, while Gov. Greg Gianforte has threatened to sue the Biden administration [Montana governor threatens legal action if Biden administration flies migrants from southern border, by Anna Giaritelli, Washington Examiner, March 23, 2021].

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 04/19/2021

Earlier: Patrick J. Buchanan: Biden Bids Farewell To A “Forever War”

When President Joe Biden announced he would withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of 9/11, GOP hawks like Sens. Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham responded predictably.

"Grave mistake," muttered McConnell.

"Insane," said Graham, "dumber than dirt and... dangerous."

Of more interest were the responses of conservative Republicans who commended the president. Among them were Sens. Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley and ex-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a group that contains several potential candidates for the GOP nomination in 2024.

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