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  1. Super-wealthy private equity firm lawyer-financier Willard Romney denounces hysteria? Republicans (and big business) are not above fomenting and riding waves of mass hysteria either. (The System runs on calculated confusion, hysteria and disinformation – not that there is any grand conspiracy, only the nature and logic of how the system works.) Neither of the twin parties, the right-liberal one and the “left”-liberal one, are worthy of support or attention. Their time has passed, history moves on, and all the confusions and hysterias of ignorance based on disinformation for the purpose of private gain will be replaced by reason and genuine good will.

  2. Ironic but not coincidental that voter fraud in Georgia tipped the last election to where we are now. No way Biden beat Bernie and no way Georgia elected two D-Rats to the Senate even if you think Trump lost.


    Mitt Romney’s statement on the Charlottesville anniversary strikes a chord Trump cannot “It must be electorally disqualifying to equivocate on racism.”

    Mitt Romney is calling on Americans to “categorically and consistently reject racism and discrimination” on the anniversary of racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017 and on the eve of a repeat of the Unite the Right rally this year in Washington, DC. The former Massachusetts governor and current US Senate candidate in Utah issued a lengthy statement on Friday defending equality, steeped in his religious upbringing and belief that “we are all children of God.”

    Romney, who ran against President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, touched on a number of issues in his post. He weighed in on President Donald Trump’s equivocal reaction to the gathering of the alt-right and white supremacists in 2017, though he did not mention the president by name. He also suggested that it’s misguided to perceive pushes for equal opportunity by groups that have historically been discriminated against as grabs for a disproportionate share of the pie.

    “I firmly believe in the moral foundation that underlies and is enshrined in the Declaration of Independence and in the Constitution: ‘all men are created equal,’” Romney wrote. “I recognize that while individuals are born with unequal talents, unequal family circumstances, and unequal opportunity for education and advancement, the equality of the intrinsic worth of every person is a truth fundamental to our national founding and moral order.”

    Romney last year spoke out when Trump offered a shrugging reaction to the clashes between white nationalist rallygoers and counterprotesters in Charlottesville that resulted in the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer. Trump condemned “hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides” in his initial remarks about the incident. He then repeated the sentiments, saying there were “fine people on both sides” of the rally and counter-rally.

    Romney at the time hit back at Trump’s equivocation, saying the two sides were in “morally different universes.”

    No, not the same. One side is racist, bigoted, Nazi. The other opposes racism and bigotry. Morally different universes.

    He addressed the matter again in his Friday post. “My view — then and now — is that people who knowingly march under the Nazi banner have disqualified themselves as ‘good people,’” he wrote.

    He later seemingly took a swipe at Trump and other Republicans and public figures who have failed to condemn racism explicitly:

    We must insist that those we elect as our leaders respect and embrace Americans of every race, sexual orientation, gender, and national origin. In this country, it must be electorally disqualifying to equivocate on racism.

    On Saturday, President Trump put out a tweet condemning “all types of racism” ahead of Sunday’s Unite the Right rally in Washington, DC. It was a step up from last year’s disastrous response, though he appears to still be playing the both-sides game.

    The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division. We must come together as a nation. I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence. Peace to ALL Americans!
    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 11, 2018

    Romney in his post also gave a nod to the Black Lives Matter movement, again seeming to break with Trump, who has stoked racial tensions for years. On the campaign trail, for example, Trump said Black Lives Matter proponents are “essentially calling death to the police.” (They’re not.) He has consistently attacked black NFL players for peacefully protesting racism and police brutality in the United States.

    “My understanding of the Black Lives Matter movement, for example, is that it is not intended to elevate minority lives above white lives; it is intended to draw vivid attention to the too frequent reality of deadly racial discrimination in law enforcement and in the courts,” Romney wrote.
    — “Mitt Romney’s statement on the Charlottesville anniversary strikes a chord Trump cannot” by Emily Stewart Aug 11, 2018, 3:30pm EDT

    • I “categorically and consistently reject” …MITT ROMNEY.

      Niggers have no place in America. Lincoln was 6 Million% correct:

      In his first debate against Stephen Douglas in 1858, A. Lincoln stated clearly: “I, as well as Judge Douglas, am in favor of the race to which I belong having the superior position.”

      This nation is, and always will be, a WHITE ETHNOSTATE. IF it is not, then it is time to secede…. AGAIN.

      All who disagree, are traitors and scum. Romney is both. And I’m a Yankee!

  4. The Democrats largely ran the 2020 Presidential campaign off the past. They actually made African Americans believe this was the 1960s or something and African Americans must act now because no Black citizen has any rights, the police are after them, and other nonsense. The whole assault on Voter ID is a perfect example of this. They actually make Blacks believe that showing an ID at the polls is somehow rewinding the US back to the Segregation days. These people are nuts. Why do this kind of ignorance when you should be actively going after White votes? Deo Vindice !

  5. The Democrats have been going deep into hysteria since the 1860’s, when they decided to turn their backs on the southern populists and big city machines who had continued to vote Democratic when no one else was doing it They’ve gotten crazier as the country has gone downhill. Now they’re at a level where they’re ready to destroy the rest of the country if somebody even questions their eternal guilt trip about western civilization. The commies have used ‘civil’ rights as a tool to harrass and destroy working white people.

    Apparently they aren’t content with wrecking major cities and public schools, they want to get rid of anyone who questions their insanity. This is group think run as amok as it can.

  6. “I’m not a racist”, the bottom line of Romney’s speech. Will our race disappear off the face of the earth because of fear of a word that’s nothing more than an Anti-White hate slur? “Anti-racist” is a code word for Anti-White.

  7. Mitt Wormney. The shitlibs are hysterical! They need to go visit Prophet Mittens’ ranch to get them some “Big Love” – especially if they’re female and in their teens. (If anyone saw the TV series and knows something of the Romney family histoire in sunny Mexico, you’ll know that that is).

  8. Oh yes, Magic Drawers: You ARE Bull Connor. YOU are Jefferson Davis…lol. No one wants you now, you sanctimonious Mormon cuck bastard.

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