Police in Oklahoma City are investigating “It’s okay to be white” fliers that were posted at the Oklahoma City University School of Law as a potential hate crime.
Although authorities acknowledge that the fliers were “not believed to be a threat” and that posting them wasn’t a crime because no property was damaged, the individual responsible is under investigation anyway.
“Investigators are trying to determine his intent and whether the actions are a hate crime,” reports the Associated Press.
Law school Dean Jim Roth said the OCU is “intentional and relentless” in supporting diversity and the hatred and exclusion “will not be tolerated.”
Meanwhile in another incident, a sign that read “It’s OK to be white” was hung on a bridge over a highway in Massachusetts. A local ADL spokesman said the message “excludes people” and “targets people.”
Massachusetts: It’s Okay to be White pic.twitter.com/dKkdgIuavq
— Neighborhood Good Guy 🦃 (@WesternWatchman) November 1, 2019
“Being white is such an advantage in society and to suggest otherwise is just straight out racism,” said a man who tore the banner down.
As we previously highlighted, the whole thing was a product of 4chan trolls who sought to repeat their stunt of posting the fliers on Halloween to bait the media into whipping up another moral panic about racism.
Many have commented that the stunt is particularly cunning because it forces the left to adopt the ideologically bigoted view that it isn’t ‘okay’ to be white, thus revealing them to be the actual racists.
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ANOTHER Democrat Caught Violating His Own COVID Rules
Denver mayor got on a plane to Texas 30 mins after telling people not to travel
The Democratic Mayor of Denver was caught violating his own COVID travel ordinance, getting on a plane to see family just 30 minutes after decreeing that people should not travel to visit their own relatives.
“Pass the potatoes, not COVID,” Denver Mayor Michael Hancock tweeted Wednesday, adding “Stay home as much as you can, especially if you’re sick. Host virtual gatherings instead of in-person dinners.”
“Avoid travel, if you can,” the tweet also stated, continuing “Order your holiday meal from a local eatery. Shop online with a small business for Black Friday.”
Half an hour after the tweet was sent out, Hancock was spotted boarding a flight to Houston.Video (US only): Mirror from Twitter:
After he was caught, Hancock’s office released a statement attempting to downplay the Mayor’s actions:
The damage was done, however:
"I decided it would be safer for me to travel to see them than to have two family members travel back to Denver"— Seth Haber (@treklightgear) November 26, 2020
How can you be a leader & not get how wrong this is? This is the selfishness that keeps us in this mess & it's an insult to everyone sacrificing for the greater good. https://t.co/oUk7Eknpwd
I don’t usually jump in when people are apologizing to say “not good enough” but this is a typical “I’m sorry you feel that way.” He’s not sorry he did it, he’s sorry he got caught. https://t.co/oEcIygCVi8— MirriamZary 🇦🇫 (@mirriam71) November 26, 2020
So you want special treatment for *your* family but everyone else is supposed to sacrifice time with theirs. https://t.co/H4m5mOHVeB— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) November 26, 2020
Congress should pass a law that if any gov't official violates their own COVID rules those rules get immediately invalidated.— Adriana Cohen (@AdrianaCohen16) November 25, 2020
Additionally any citizen who got fined for not following an order should be refunded.
RT if you want those who implement the "rules" to follow them! https://t.co/BKs4ur6tnA
This has got to be one of the lamest, worst, poor excuses of a statement any politician caught with his hand in the cookie jar has ever issued. https://t.co/oUoYcDrDu8— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) November 26, 2020
Every small business in Denver that’s been closed should fully reopen right now and say their decision to was made of their heart, not their head. https://t.co/zsMyFnYQzQ— Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) November 26, 2020
Part 5,792 of “Rules for thee but not for me” https://t.co/VufpsCVKzP— Logan Ratick (@Logan_Ratick) November 26, 2020
Sorry, no forgiveness here @MayorHancock. No amount of rationalization on your part excuses you're hypocrisy. If you were truly sorry you'd rent a car and come home. But I doubt you have the cojones to do that. Your apology rings hollow. https://t.co/2xwLC2r2qt— Michael D. Brown (@MichaelBrownUSA) November 26, 2020
Everyone who has ever been married knows the difference between “I’m sorry.” And “I’m sorry you’re upset.” https://t.co/L6e1jGSXKY— Kelly Maher (@okmaher) November 26, 2020
What an entitled pompous ass. Just prior to his flight he tweeted that people should avoid travel. https://t.co/8O2jZxKBjX— Alexandra Halaby (@iskandrah) November 25, 2020
The mayor of Denver is traveling to Mississippi to visit his daughter after urging everyone not to travel for Thanksgiving. This thread boils down to, "I said we all need to sacrifice, but by 'we' I meant 'you'." https://t.co/9NAls2rY1p— Michael David Smith (@MichaelDavSmith) November 26, 2020
The incident adds to the growing list of Democrats who have been caught breaking their own decrees on covid:
And Newsom, Pelosi, Cuomo … hypocrisy from politicians who claim to trust the science isn't helping to strengthen dire public health messages /pleas from medical professionals and frontline workers.— Jackie Kucinich (@JFKucinich) November 25, 2020
Just infuriating. https://t.co/haNs3QVnU7
Gavin Newsom wants us suicidal in our bedroom praying to have a familial thanksgiving meal, while the California Governor is caught openly and overtly ignoring his own rules.
Video: CNN Declares Trump Will Form ‘Shadow Government’, Hold ‘Counter Inaugural’
Claims the President is attempting “sedition”
In a deranged segment, CNN pundit Douglas Brinkley predicted that President Trump will form a ‘shadow government’ and hold his own ‘counter inauguration’ in January, in an attempt at ‘sedition’ and an overthrow of US democracy.
Brinkley, who calls himself a ‘presidential historian’, proclaimed that Trump is going to “create a kind of second shadow government out of Mar-a-Lago”.
He added that Trump’s co-conspirator in chief will be talk radio host Rush Limbaugh.
“Who would have thought that America would have ever a tinpot dictator, but that’s what we have. President Trump’s living in some kind of fantasy zone,” Brinkley declared.
“He has a philosophy of never losing, so he just will – will philosophically and emotionally refuse to believe that he lost,” Brinkley added.
“He will probably continue to be petulant and pout. He very likely won’t show up for Joe Biden’s inaugural, he might even hold a counter inaugural, for all we know,” the CNN talking head continued.
“I think he’s going to try to probably go after Joe Biden in 2024 and — or have Don Jr. or Ivanka involved. He’s going to create a kind of second shadow government out of Mar-a-Lago. He practically lives next door to Rush Limbaugh,” Brinkley frothed.
Brinkley previously compared Trump to the founder of the American Nazi party, calling the President “an abomination” and also expressing happiness when Trump tested positive for COVID.
Outrage As George Floyd Exhibit Is Opened At HOLOCAUST MUSEUM
“Can someone explain why a Holocaust museum has an exhibit for anything other than the Holocaust?”
The Holocaust Museum in Florida has received backlash after announcing the opening of an exhibition concerning George Floyd, the man whose death in police custody sparked a resurgence of violent riots earlier this year.
Orlando 6 reports that “A new exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center in Maitland features powerful and inspiring photos taken in the wake of George Floyd’s death.”
“In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, we felt it was important to bring the meaning of the aftermath to our museum,” a statement on the museum’s website declares.
“Come face-to-face with stunning images and powerful words captured in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder, at the scene, by renowned photographer and storyteller John Noltner,” it continues.
Assistant Executive Director of The Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida, Lisa Bachman, said in a statement: “You don’t just see this exhibit. You feel it.”
“The expressions and thoughts of each person photographed tells a story that has a very universal message. It is one that can heal and bring us together. It shows us we are not alone in our thinking,” Bachman added.
Observers wondered what on earth Floyd’s case has to do with the genocide of six million Jews at the hands of Nazis.
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