Matt Walsh Has Been Silenced

This was essentially the Sines v. Kessler lawsuit.

The Rev. Seth Wispelwey, for example, was one of the plaintiffs. He fell into a bush while blocking the entrance to Lee Park. The courts were being abused to crush people like us before the practice became more widespread.


  1. Most people here are Christian civnats just like Walsh. Although, many of them would probably support anti-miscegenation laws and (possibly) a return of segregation. So that’s something at least.

    • Walsh has some good takes.

      He seems to have gotten better since the Groyper War. We agree on “trans” issues

      • Anti-miscegenation and segregation laws aren’t Christian at all though so a true Christian wouldn’t support it.

          • All men and women are fallible. Just because someone says they are “Christian”, and promote or support something doesn’t mean it is consistent with Christianity. Christians sin and fail all the time. Show me in the Bible where God commands and sanctions segregation by race, and forbids inter-racial marriage. Show me where it says that heaven is going to be segregated.



          • I’m not too sure about that. Any experts on Japanese history regarding miscegenation? How about caste systems in India?

          • Hunter Wallace,

            There were the Asiatic Indians. In order to ban such unions it would normally take a society exposed to blacks for a considerable amount of time otherwise the State is not going to think about it.

            If I had the time and inclination I might find other societies that banned them. Best hunting grounds might be the Egyptians.

            We had to read Gibbon on Roman history a couple of years ago for History class. One of the Eastern Roman emperors was against such unions but he was Catholic of course.

            The Catholic view is that it is up to the State. No one will go to hell if they support or condemn such unions. It is a temporal matter.

          • Flax,

            I recognized your help on the Lindsey Graham thread but it did not take. Yes I do remember you took up for me on the Denise meltdown 2 years ago. Apologies and thanks.

            I have always recognized that you have sharp claws. And I always want you to scratch my enemies not me.

            So once again–Gracias.

          • But the verses talk about not marrying the Canaanites, who are really not a different race.
            One verse says, “Do not marry with them.” But it doesn’t define who “them” is.
            I’d say this one is the closest to forbidding miscegenation: “‘Do not mate different kinds of animals.”

            Here is one of the verses that promotes nonwhites and shows how Christians cannot exclude them from their religion.
            “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.–Galatians 3:28 NIV”

          • Those verses are not relating to inter-racial marriage at all. It is directly talking about not to inter marry with people not of the same religious faith. Racists like to twist these verses to apply to “race” but a proper understand demonstrates they are wrong. Nowhere in the Bible does it sanction segregation by race, nor does the Bible forbid inter-racial marriage. Only inter-religious marriages are prohibited.

  2. I’ve seen a few of his video’s. He’s pretty much a single issue personality……….trans victimhood. His take on it is good………but what else does he believe?

  3. Nowadays he’s often a tag team partner on Twitter with LibsofTikTok as they battle the degenerates.

    >This was essentially the Sines v. Kessler lawsuit.

    Are there Jews involved? — is there Jewish money behind it?

    Speaking of your country on estrogen, here’s an unintentionally funny article about Sines:

    Elizabeth Sines and Leanne Chia Were in Charlottesville When White Supremacists Descended—This Is What They Saw

    As University of Virginia law student Elizabeth Sines scrolled through her Twitter feed last Friday night, a series of urgent tweets from Charlottesville activists set off an instant internal alarm. The news: White nationalist leader Richard Spencer was calling for yet another torchlight march to protest the dismantling of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee … Rattled by the reports, 23-year-old Sines hopped into her car and drove the 10 minutes from her off-campus apartment to the center of the action.

    So she drove 10m to be traumatized by a tiki torch march; she should have minded her own business — one can imagine what a loyal servant of the regime she will be as a lawyer.

    The truth is, without interference from busybodies like Sines, attacks by violent antifa, as well as incompetence and malice on the part of authorities, it’s very likely UTR would have come off with no problems — and without the Fields incident, its public reputation would not be nearly as bad as it is today.


    Sines is now a lawyer in Baltimore and has been doing a lot of marginal, useless sounding ‘work’ (link) — another ‘woman in the workforce’ — while the labor participation rate of women is approx 55%, I guarantee you they are responsible for < 5% of genuine wealth creation.

  4. Did you mean for a the Sines vs Kessler comment to go on another article? I’m trying to understand the context with a Matt Walsh irony video. (Just asking in case you need to edit a mistake)

  5. God segregated humanity into nations. Deut. 32:8, Acts 17:26-28. “Nation” derives from the word meaning to be born. It denotes people with common blood ties. The New Word Order, described in Revelation as Babylon the Great, aims to recreate the old Babel with humanity merged and blended into one–in defiance of God’s created order.

    • Exactly. Some will say that Pentecost reversed the division of man by God in the story of Babel, but the main effect of the Tower of Babel being destroyed was the creation of new languages. If Pentecost reversed God dividing mankind after Babel, then why were multiple languages heard at Pentecost and why don’t all people speak one language now? Anti-Christs like Slumlord/Jimbo/Calvin can’t answer this without mental gymnastics.

      • The division of Babel was spiritual had nothing to do with dividing by “race/ethnicity”. There is nowhere in the Bible where racial segregation is promoted, permitted, or commanded, period. There is only religious separation that is in the Bible. In Heaven there won’t be any “race” or “gender” so you better get used to it.

        • This doesn’t answer my question. If the division of Babel was just spiritual and linguistic, and Pentecost reversed that division, then why were multiple languages heard at Pentecost and why don’t we all speak one language? The Bible talks about God separating the nations and giving them their “limits of habitation,” and it also says that nations will exist in Heaven.

          Revelation 21:24-27 (DRA)

          24 And the nations shall walk in the light of it: and the kings of the earth shall bring their glory and honour into it.

          25 And the gates thereof shall not be shut by day: for there shall be no night there.

          26 And they shall bring the glory and honour of the nations into it.

          27 There shall not enter into it any thing defiled, or that worketh abomination or maketh a lie, but they that are written in the book of life of the Lamb.

          Not like you’d even make it into Heaven anyways, but there you go.

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