Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Dershowitz denounced as white supremacist/nazi/capitalist stooge

in 3, 2, 1...
"Look, we’re both a nation of immigrants and a nation of discrimination against immigrants. That’s an important history for us to remember. And the other important thing is do not glorify the violent people who are now tearing down the statues," he continued.

"Many of these people, not all of them, many of these people are trying to tear down America. A radical American, anti-free market communist, socialist, hard-left organization that tries to stop speakers on campuses from speaking. They use violence and just because they’re opposed to fascism and to some of these monuments shouldn’t make them heroes of the liberals."
Dershowitz is a liberal; he's not a leftist moron.

On the other side, you have real leftist morons who are also bigots of amazing stupidity:
“The lesson from Charlottesville is not how dangerous the neo-Nazis are,” he writes. “It is the unmasking of the Republican party leadership. In the wake of last weekend’s horror and tragedy, let us finally, finally rip off the veneer that Trump’s affinity for white supremacy is distinct from the Republican agenda of voter suppression, renewed mass incarceration and the expulsion of immigrants.”
Want people to show ID before voting?  "YOU WANT TOP SUPPRESS VOTING BY(fill in the blank)!"  You think our border is supposed to mean something?  "RACIST!! IMMIGRANT HATER!!"  etc.

So, someone explain to me: how're you supposed to talk with someone who considers you a nazi and therefore subject to be shut up by any means they consider necessary?

On this general subject, BRM(no fool he) is wondering if Charlottesville was a setup? and makes the case.  At this point, I wouldn't doubt it.  And he asks
The question thus becomes, where will the next Charlottesville happen?  The left always looks to keep the momentum going, to pile on incident after incident, to build up a mass reaction to what they perceive as an evil or an injustice.  Charlottesville has been grist to their mill . . . but the furore will die down in the not too distant future.  Where will they strike next?  I have no doubt whatsoever that they're already planning the next incident like this, and already lining up publicity, calls for action, and everything else that will inevitably follow it.

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