Who is the racist now?

Quiz time on this beautiful summer day to start the Memorial Day weekend.

Who is the racist?

rachel-dolezalIs it Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who posed as black and even scored a post as an NAACP official — to the wonderment of her red-haired parents? We thought she had enjoyed her 15 minutes of shame but now this poster child for identity politics has been charged with criminal welfare fraud.

Dolezal legally changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2016. Now she (gender legally not changed, apparently) is accused of stealing $8,847 in food and child care assistance dating back to August 2015. More here.

Ms. Whatever her name, race or serial number said she “identifies” as black, which is as good a reason as any to discontinue any and all designations of race on all official and unofficial forms. Meaningless at best, harmful more likely.

Trump signOr is our racist of the day Mr. Donald Trump? The liberal illuminati assure us the President is a secret Klansman with bespoke white sheets and monogrammed hoods.

Thursday 05-24-18, Trump pardons the first black heavyweight boxing champ, Jack Johnson, convicted by an all-white jury in the Jim Crow era (1913) for transporting a (white) woman across state lines for “immoral purposes.” Here is the line in today’s Wall Street Journal report that struck me:

Congress had moved previously to pardon but that no president had ever signed it, and [Trump] was eager to do so.

Not Barack Obama in eight years? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!

Killer quote of the day: “The president credited Sylvester Stallone for bringing the Johnson pardon to his attention. Members of Congress including John McCain have been pushing for the move for years and lobbied then-President Barack Obama when he was in office.” Attending the ceremony in addition to Rocky I through VIII were Jack Johnson’s descendants and two recent boxing champions, Lennox Lewis and Deontay Wilder.

It’s a chess match, not a drag race

KimJong-unGreat minds think alike but Ann of Althouse beat us to it. Morning headlines read that the Trump/Lil’ Kim parlay is off. Ann notes that “Trump’s antagonists are enjoying themselves over the break in the momentum toward a North Korean deal.” Her blog reproduces a spate of gleeful Washington Post headlines depicting the cessation of negotiations. The New York Times is no better. Get a load of this hyperbole:

• “Trump’s Relationship with North Korea Just Got More Dangerous”
• “How Trump Got Outplayed on North Korea”
• Think Military Strikes Could Stop North Korea? Try It and See
• “The Off-Again Meeting with North Korea,” by The Editorial Board. “President Trump now needs to corral his renegade advisers and resist the name-calling to get diplomacy back on track.” If you say so, liberals. But probably not.

This is Trump Derangement Syndrome in its hospice phase. Ann observes:

The process isn’t over, and I assume it’s a deal-making dance in which breaks like this a part of the process. Isn’t that what Trump wrote in The Art of the Deal and has talked about innumerable times? Trump haters shouldn’t exult over his failure until they see how this ends. And maybe even then, they shouldn’t exult. Don’t we all want a better, safer world? Or is seeing Trump fail better?

Probably the latter, according to the Eisenhower-era mainframe here at the Werkes. The Resistance, which includes the Times and the Post, have too much invested in overthrowing the President. But we thought the same thing, Ann: Lil’ Kim moved his bishop a while back and now Trump has moved his knight. International negotiations don’t start at the table! They start with the size, shape and location of the table! History, people! Indeed, this morning the Wall Street Journal advises:

“Trump, Shifting Tone, Tweets Hopefully about North Korea.
Tweet marks another reversal in tenor of rhetoric as two countries move
toward possible nuclear summit.”

Speaking of the Trump-deranged news media, how is it that they give a pass to prosecutors? Why is it impossible that the FBI was spying on the Trump campaign, as Trump insists? Wisconsin knows how rogue prosecutors operating in secret can abuse civil liberties. Rousting private citizens in pre-dawn raids on their homes for the supposed crime of “colluding” with their elected government officials in furtherance of their shared political beliefs. That is a crime?

Turns out that LBJ (why are we not surprised?) sicced the CIA and the FBI on Barry Goldwater in the 1964 campaign, with spies and wiretaps, according to the Wall Street Journal.

rubenmamouliancleanBlaska’s Bottom LineThe indentured servants here at the Manor identify as Bokonoists, the unlettered field hands as Ruritanians, and the white lab coats at the Policy Werkes are ENIACs, version 1.2.

Have a great Memorial Day weekend and remember the fallen who preserved our freedoms.

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20 Responses to Who is the racist now?

  1. Turd Ferguson says:

    Official Stately Manor Policy Announcement
    The Stately Manor ain’t no Starbucks
    You may NOT use our bathroom. You may NOT loiter. You MUST buy something. I don’t care if your name is Rob Starbuck or Jo Jo Starbuck. Regardless of race, creed, national origin, handicap, sexual identification, LBGT LSMFT PFFFTTT!, military service, educational achievement, political affiliation, all visitors to Stately Blaska Manor will be treated with disdain.

    Love It David.

    I myself belong to the equal opportunity hate monger society. I hate everyone equally for everything so as to not be a discriminator.


  2. richard lesiak says:

    Speaking of “pre-dawn raids” and collusion I see Robin Vos’s traveling companion had his place raided by the FBI. Four free days in GB paid for by the payday/auto title folks and no business was discussed? Right!!!! Robin will be spending his holiday burning files and beating his hard drives with a hammer while watching for black SUV’s pulling into his driveway. Watch this space.


  3. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    I suggest that if Trump really wants to get the summit with Little Rocket Man back on track, he ought to offer him the opportunity to test one of his ICBMs on an American target as long as that target is San Francisco (with Seattle and Portland as alternates). Talk about a win-win proposition.


  4. Patrick M O'Loughlin says:

    I find the open displays of Trump Derangement Syndrome to be most amusing, largely due to Trump’s habit of reversing field everytime they think they have him cornered. He threatens and unleashes bluster at Kim and they are sure that we are headed for nuclear confrontation. He does a 180 and says he wants to have a summit. He’s accused of “folding like a paper napkin.” He calls the summit off, and it’s back to the brink of war that he will surely lead us. He is the dealbreaker, not the deal maker. Whoops, it looks like it’s back on, so maybe he’s really scared this time. Or not.

    He threatens tariffs and he’s trying to destroy soybean farmers and the economy.He backs off the tariff talk and “he’s folding like a paper napkin” again. It’s very hard to keep out in front of Trump when you have no idea what it is he’s doing. I’d suggest reading the Art of The Deal in order to gain some insight, but I don’t think insight is what they want. And the whiplash is kind of fun.


    • richard lesiak says:

      Would you accept that kind of behavior if you where buying a house or a car? The whole idea of making a deal is both parties acting in good faith. When your on the world stage dealing with nations that have bigly bombs it’s no time to act the fool.


  5. richard lesiak says:

    Who’s the racist now? I guess it’s Roseanne.


    • AnonyBob says:

      Kudos to ABC for demonstrating integrity over profit. I guess the Bigot-in-Chief hasn’t made overt racism THAT acceptable.


      • richard lesiak says:

        The swamp creature has been strangely quiet about this. Is his twit-err acc’t closed?


    • madisonexpat says:

      NFL kneelers are allegedly exercising free speech according to the Left. A comedian better not though. Roseanne apologized but its more fun to burn her. Watch her show get picked up soon. We know her real sin is that she’s willing to grant that the president is human.


      • AnonyBob says:

        Sorry, blatant ugly racism isn’t funny. That’s a major fail for a comedian or a president. The football players are silently protesting, not screaming racial insults. But their employer does have the right to control their speech, just as ABC does with the wretched Barr. Her apology was a big, fat, insincere nothing. Her real sin is granting the president is human? How does that mean anything positive about either one of them? “Racists Unite! Say it loud, say it proud!”


        • Batman says:

          “Her real sin is granting the president is human? How does that mean anything positive about either one of them? “Racists Unite! Say it loud, say it proud”

          Not sure what you mean here bobo. Are you implying the President isn’t human?


        • AnonyBob says:

          Ask your friend, Splat.


      • richard lesiak says:

        She deleted her apology and then threw cast members under the bus for not supporting her. What a sweetheart.


  6. madisonexpat says:

    Maybe Roseanne, as Rush Limbaugh supposed, was just auditioning for the White House Correspondents dinner.


  7. madisonexpat says:

    And Joyless Behar who said people of faith are mentally ill?


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