November 10, 2014

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The Week’s Most Disreputable, Objectionable, and Unmentionable Headlines

After the confetti settled from last week’s midterm elections, the GOP emerged with a 60-seat advantage over Democrats in the House, at least eight seats in the Senate, and a nearly 2-1 numerical advantage in governorships nationwide.

Who’s getting blamed? Is it possibly an inept, race-baiting president who’s bungled nearly everything his messianic claws have touched? Of course not. It’s white guys.

Writing for Slate, the despicable harridan Amanda Marcotte”€”who should have been barred from journalism forever when she jumped the gun on the Duke Lacrosse rape case and wrote, “€œCan”€™t a few white boys sexually assault a black woman anymore without people getting all wound up about it?”€”€”says that white men are “€œworried”€ and “€œseeking revenge”€ to help shore up their “€œeroding cultural dominance.”€ (The punch line to the Duke Lacrosse case was that it turned out that the black stripper had falsified charges against those “€œwhite boys”€ before she murdered someone.)

Pencil-necked white geek Luke Brinker of”€”edited by the horse-toothed Joan Walsh, author of What’s the Matter With White People?“€”wrote that “€œRepublicans can thank white men for their resounding rout of the Democrats on Tuesday.”€

Since it obviously pains them to say it, we will reveal that white women and young whites overall also broke in favor of Republicans.

“€œA black woman named “€˜Lynch”€™ has been nominated to head the US Department of Justice, which at this point might as well be called the US Department of Revenge.”€

Is this due to what has been repeatedly alleged”€”that Republicans openly and unabashedly court whites? Of course not. Republicans are mortified to make direct racial appeals like Democrats do. It’s more likely that the Democrats”€™ ceaseless white-bashing drove many whites away.

In the wake of his party’s thrashing, Barack Obama on Saturday announced that he”€™d chosen a replacement for the repellent Eric Holder to fill the office of US Attorney General”€”a black woman named Loretta Lynch. We will make only passing notion that her name is so similar to the greatest female country singer of all time and focus instead on the fact that a black woman named “€œLynch”€ has been nominated to head the US Department of Justice, which at this point might as well be called the US Department of Revenge.

Lynch’s grandfather apparently engineered his own ersatz “€œUnderground Railroad”€ in the 1930s to help “€œpeople flee to the north to escape persecution under the Jim Crow laws at the time.”€ As US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Lynch played a huge hand in prosecuting the police officers involved in Haitian immigrant Abner Louima’s forced sodomy with a broomstick. This past summer, she met with the family of Eric Garner”€”a black man who died after being placed in a chokehold by a white police officer”€”to discuss the possibility of filing federal charges against the white cop.

Considering all this, can Lynch be trusted to administer the law without racial bias? Not according to CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin, who claims that as with Eric Holder, Lynch cannot help but adjudicate in favor of “€œcivil rights”€”€”AKA black revenge”€”because “€œit is part of her DNA.”€

Speaking of lynchings, the St. Louis area is steeling itself for possible wide-scale mob violence should a grand jury refuse to file charges against police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown this past August. Business owners in the now-notorious suburb of Ferguson are boarding up their establishments in anticipation of another round of looting and arson.

This week in Switzerland, Brown’s parents are scheduled to speak at a UN human-rights conference. Last week it was revealed that Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, allegedly assaulted Brown’s paternal grandmother in a barbecue restaurant’s parking lot over who exactly had the rights to sell “€œJustice for Mike Brown merchandise.”€

Last Thursday evening while attending a meeting of “€œprotesters”€ at a church in Ferguson, 24-year-old white student Chris Schaefer was allegedly beaten by a mob of five or six male churchgoers who accused him of filming the event against their instructions. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “€œSome Ferguson protest strategists turned on one of their own Thursday night.”€ This neglects what is scorchingly obvious: The assailants obviously did not view a well-meaning white male as “€œone of their own.”€ While being treated at a hospital after the beating, Schaefer gave his side of the story in a video he uploaded to YouTube.

Flouncy fashion designer John Galliano was dismissed by the Dior fashion house in 2011 after being videotaped saying “€œI love Hitler“€ while highly intoxicated and telling a nearby group of Jews that “€œYour mothers, your forefathers, would all be fucking gassed.”€ As a result of the video clip, a French court in 2011 found Galliano guilty of publicly making statements deemed to be anti-Semitic, which is a criminal offense under French law. On Tuesday, it was announced that Galliano lost his wrongful-termination lawsuit against Dior.

In London, 42-year-old Ian Campbell was sentenced to 16 weeks behind bars for a September incident on a bus in which he shouted “€œI am going to burn the bus and the Jews.”€

In a podcast interview with gay conservative author Bret Easton Ellis”€”who in a recent Vanity Fair article referred to millennials as “Generation Wuss””€”actress Rose McGowan chipped away at the increasingly fragile anti-white-male coalition that bonds the far left by claiming that gay misogyny is a “huge problem” and that “Gay men are as misogynistic as straight men, if not more so.” Facing intense criticism by the insatiable Sissy Marys of the bloodthirsty, witch-hunting left, McGowan backtracked and said that certain gay males were misogynistic, but naturally, of course, it goes without saying that no one is as bad as straight males.


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