You know what?
Co;bert King says that people shouting “Kill the Bill” are the very same as people who shout “Lynch her! Lynch her!”
I suspect Colbert King has an internet connection. I suspect he knows by now that it is incredibly unlikely that anyone shouted epithets at Congressmen as they passed through the crowd last week.
I think he knows he’s lying.
So why’s he doing it?
They are all out of cards. They know they have to rally the base; they know the base will rally to real racial incidents. And so they are manufacturing racial incidents.
In a weird way, the love racism. They so dearly want to experience it, that they manufacture it out of thin air. Racism makes them feel good, it makes them feel superior. If there is no real racism, they just make it up.
What weird people.
Hey Colbert – you might want to read this.
An East Texas woman who claims she was the victim of a racially motivated attack appears to have made the story up.
The woman told Cass County Sheriff’s investigators that two white men abducted her last week.
She went on to say that the pair sexually assaulted her, and scrawled the letters K-K-K into her chest.
Now the woman says she carved the letters into her own chest and was actually with the man who she said picked her up after the made up attack.
Investigators say they have not charged the woman yet, but they are planning to meet with the district attorney.
The teen, who heads the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance, admitted to authorities that she was the perpetrator of the incidents, which included vandalizing her own car with derogatory graffiti, police said….Other incidents involved teachers who received threatening telephone messages. “It has been determined that all the incidents have been committed by a single individual,” Wickham said.The student was not identified by police….The girl has been suspended and could face expulsion, said Bob Ferguson, district school superintendent.“She confessed to everything,” Ferguson said. “She did admit to police that it was basically for attention.”
Last Tuesday was the sixth anniversary of the famous fake hate crime of Kerri Dunn at Claremont McKenna College. In case you missed the story way back then, Dunn, a visiting psychology professor at CMC, was scheduled to speak at a campus forum on racism. During her talk, she shocked the audience by announcing that she had been — that very day — the victim of a hate crime. Ta da!
Her car had been vandalized, its windows smashed, tires slashed. And profane, anti-Semitic graffiti covered the wreckage.
The campus was shocked. CMC and all four of its sister colleges canceled classes (they didn’t even do that on 9/11). An emotional student body held a giant rally against racism. The riveting spectacle was covered by network news.
Undoubtedly, the whole affair would have been a great career boost for Dunn if only two students hadn’t seen her doing all the vandalism herself. Dunn lost her job, of course, and also went to prison for lying to federal investigators and for insurance fraud. (She had claimed that $1,700 worth of items, including a laptop computer, had been stolen by the hate-crime bogeyman. These items were later found in a closet in Dunn’s home.)