Quotes generated by Madison’s Taliban
“Why should they give a fuck about a dead white dude abolitionist when our people are in cages?” — Sami Schalk, University of Wisconsin-Madison Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies. ( The College Fix )
“We got ourselves a M-F* * * -ing tow truck. … C’mon downtown tonight, it’s about to go down.” — Sire Gq leading up to toppling the statues, fire bombing, and assault on Sen. Carpenter June 22.
“I am f * * *-ing disturbing the s * * * out of this restaurant and I got a f * * *-ing bat.” — Devonere A. Johnson, aka “Yeshua Musa.”
“Stop murdering black people and your glass will be safe.” — M. Adams, co-executive director of Freedom Inc.
“I am sure there are actions that I take or do not take that end up contributing to the circumstances that lead young people to think it is OK to steal cars.” — Guilty white neighbor denouncing her implicit bias.
‘They’re in front of my house.” — Gloria Reyes, school board president, visited by protestors.
“This is not about a curfew. … This is about people knowing that there are bad eggs in their (police) department and letting it go on,” Madison Ald. Donna Moreland.
“Thank you for being angry.”
— Satya Rhodes Conway, mayor of Madison.
“I don’t care nothing about y’all calling our protest “peaceful.” Miss me with that lackluster bullshit-ass narrative. If you a real one, help us prepare to bail people out of jail.” — Bianca Gomez, Freedom Inc.
“It’s white privilege, we are told, to express a desire for order and security.” — Ann of Althouse commenting on signs posted in Madison’s University Heights neighborhood.
“As soon as the last teacher is assaulted by a student or group of students, and the last weapon enters a school in the hands of a student, then the SROs can be removed. Until then, I believe they are necessary.” — a neighbor on social media.
“Strange that diversity and inclusion should require intolerance and destruction.” — David Blaska.