Whites need not apply: Schumer votes against federal judge because he’s white

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“They will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

Don’t expect the Charleston Post & Courier to ever, EVER say anything against Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY). After all, this particular publication is famed for its hard-left bend.

But shockingly enough, the P&C actually just reported the news fairly and objectively… for once. Maybe it’s just a case of the law of averages.

Anyhow, possibly the most liberal newspaper in the entire South just called out the Empire State senator for openly admitting from the floor of the US Senate that he intended to vote “Nay” regarding the Greenville, SC, attorney A. Marvin Quattlebaum as a United States District Court for the District of South Carolina.

You see, President Trump recently nominated the Upstate lawyer to be confirmed as one of 15 South Carolina federal judges. He also happens to be white.

Obviously, that’s reason enough for Schumer to vote against him. Not Quattlebaum’s experience, skill, or even his reputation for impartiality. He’s disqualified because he
s white. Period, end of story.

As reported by the Post & Courier‘;

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer rejected President Donald Trump’s nominee for a long-vacant South Carolina federal judgeship not because of his qualifications but because of his race.

The decision drew the quick ire of South Carolina’s two U.S. senators and U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-Spartanburg, a former federal prosecutor.

Schumer, a New York Democrat, said in a Senate floor speech Wednesday he would not support Greenville attorney Marvin Quattlebaum for a vacancy on the U.S. District Court in South Carolina.

Voting for Quattlebaum, he said, would result in having a white man replace two African-American nominees from the state put forth by former President Barack Obama.

Schumer said he would not be a part of the Trump administration’s pattern of nominating white men.

“The nomination of Marvin Quattlebaum speaks to the overall lack of diversity in President Trump’s selections for the federal judiciary,” Schumer said.

“It’s long past time that the judiciary starts looking a lot more like the America it represents,” he continued. “Having a diversity of views and experience on the federal bench is necessary for the equal administration of justice.”

But South Carolina’s Sen. Tim Scott, who happens to be black, shoved back against Schumer;

“Perhaps Senate Democrats should be more worried about the lack of diversity on their own staffs than attacking an extremely well-qualified judicial nominee from the great state of South Carolina,” Scott tweeted Thursday morning.

Not alone, Rep. Trey Gowdy accused Schumer of twisting the facts.

Gowdy said one nominee was rejected, Circuit Judge Alison Lee, because of controversial decisions regarding bond, while the other, Don Beatty, went on to become chief justice of the S.C. Supreme Court.

“Hopefully Senator Schumer can find a way to look at really unusual factors (like qualifications) in the future,” Gowdy posted on Twitter.

Schumer’s bigotry not withstanding, Quattlebaum was ultimately confirmed Thursday on a 69-28 vote.

Boston professor declares ‘Jingle Bells’ a racist song

maxresdefaultNothing screams racism more than singing the praises of a brisk winter’s evening ride. Even if it’s just a one-horse powered ride.

Well, according to Boston University professor Kayna Hamill it does.

When not busy jacking-up the college debt of parents stupid enough to pay for their kid to major in Theatrical History, Hamill fancies herself as quite the academic. As stated on her personal website, she’s the “Assistant Director of Boston University’s Core Curriculum and a Senior Lecturer in dramatic literature in BU’s School of Theatre.”

As reported by Breitbart.com;

A professor at Boston University has proclaimed Christmas carol favorite “Jingle Bells” to be a “racist song” and is urging people to shun the jaunty tune.

Kyna Hamill, a theater history professor at Boston University, recently told the Boston Globe that the venerable Christmas song has a “secret” racist past that has been “systematically” hidden from Americans as they celebrate the Christmas season.

“The history of the song has remained hidden behind its local and season affection,” Hamill told the paper. She continued saying the song’s “blackface and racist origins have been subtly and systematically removed from its history.”

Hamill claims the song, written 160 years ago by James Pierpont, was written to ridicule black people and was first performed in a blackface minstrel hall in Boston in 1857.

Hamill also points out that the song’s author later joined the Confederate army and wrote fight songs and patriotic airs for the nascent Confederate States of America during the Civil War.

With her research in hand, the professor is urging the town of Medford, Massachusetts to drop its annual celebration that Pierpont wrote “Jingle Bells” in their town and forever shun the “racist” song going forward.

Delving even further into the controversy, it turns out the is a bit of a North vs. South feud as to which city can claim “Jingle Bells” as their own.

According to the Boston Globe, it’s Medford, Massachusetts going at it with Savannah, Georgia.

In spite of Hamill’s claim of “Jingle Bells” being a racist song written by a Southerner, it turns out that a Yankee mayor is Pierpont’s staunchest defender;

Medford Mayor Stephanie Burke said she was aware of Hamill’s research, but stuck to the claim that it was written in the tavern.

“We take full ownership of it,” Burke said. “It’s got a long history, and we’re proud of it.”

Just so you know, graduates armed with a Theater History major can count on over double the chance of the national average of end up working in retail.

And the pay stinks. The median annual income is slightly double that of the Federal Poverty Level, a paltry $26,000.

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Nut-Job Congresswoman Plays the Ultimate Victim Card

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you and the rest of the civilized world already have seen the disgusting video clip (below) of Florida Democrat Frederica Wilson gleefully proclaiming herself “a rock star” in the wake of the death of Sgt La David Johnson.

But what isn’t drawing as much attention is Wilson’s rather pathetic attempt to demonize General John Kelly. As reported by Anna Giaritelli of the Washington Examiner;

Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., said Friday that White House chief of staff John Kelly’s use of the term “empty barrel” in a Thursday press conference was racist.

“That’s a racist term, too. I’m thinking about that one. We looked it up in the dictionary because I had never heard of an empty barrel. And I don’t like to be dragged into something like that,” Wilson told CNN Friday morning. “The only thing I want to be dragged into right now is getting back our girls who are the victims of Boko Haram in Nigeria.”

Somehow missing the irony of the Obama Administration historical ignoring the plight of “our girls” (other than a plethora of dopey hashtags), Wilson made a point further whoring out what few shreds of integrity and dignity she had remaining;

“Boko Haram and ISIS combined, and they killed my son,” Wilson added.

“You mean Sgt. La David Johnson?” the CNN host asked.

“La David. My role model son, my role model son,” Wilson clarified.

In the meantime, CNN political commentator and longtime Democrat propagandist Brian Fallon personally attacked General Kelly via social media;

To keep things in perspective, the Cambridge Dictionary defines odious as;

Odious
adjective UK ​ /ˈəʊ.di.əs/ US ​ /ˈoʊ.di.əs/ formal

extremely unpleasant and causing or deserving hate:

Thesaurus: synonyms and related words

Serious and unpleasant

abominable abysmal apocalyptic appalling awfully belief corrosive grim grisly grotesque gruesome hate noxious revolting rotten shitty shocking shockingly stinking wretched

Just so everyone is aware of the professional pedigree of Fallon, here’s a listing of the people or organizations the CNN talking head has been employed as a spokesman;

  • Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign
  • Senator Robert Menendez (currently on trial for corruption)
  • Senator Charles Schumer
  • Senate Democratic Policy and Communications Center
  • Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department
  • Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign

Happily, there are still some who don’t mind confronting the political prostitution as practiced by the likes of Wilson and Fallon;

British ‘racists’: White-wing bullies target minority students

“Maybe the swans here are a little bit racist …”

What’s four feet tall, resides in an über-upscale region of the British Isles, and has the reputation for attacking only those individuals with more melanoma than the average Englishman? As reported by The Telegraph (of London, Great Britain) on April 10, 2014, the answer is one exceedingly over-protective pen that for some unknown reason has quite the penchant for attacking only dark-complected people.

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