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  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Food for thought? Except that the Regressive Libtard Dildocrats would starve if you gave them “food for thought”.

    Puts me in mind of the children’s joke:
    Child 1 with his hand over Child 2’s head, moving his fingers……
    Child 2; What’s that?
    Child 1; A brain sucker
    Child 2; What’s it doing?
    Child 1; Starving.

    • JTC

      Not sure if DJT can sing, but the words fit…how about that last line;

      “The record shows, I took the blows, and did it My Way!”

      Lucky for us, it is also the American Way.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Yes it is.

  • Indeed, and indeed.

  • Delilah T

    Discrimination based on ‘whatever’,,,.
    Kicking people out of restaurants….
    Refusing to acknowledge reality….

    Old habits are so VERY hard to break, aren’t they?

    Kind of embedded in the genes… or something.

    Are we gonna have another Mississippi Burning?

  • hey, sit-ins fixed that whole “democrats throwing people they don’t like out of restaurants” thing back in 1960. time for some old-school tactics. fill the place, read the menu, then on cue, everyone put on your MAGA hats, order water, and don’t leave.

    how many places like this “red hen” are on the verge of bankruptcy when they open every day? a few sit-ins and they’re DONE.

    • Fronk!

      Like

  • Jerseygirl Angie

    Don’t forget about their history concerning interns, either !

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Oral fixations……you mean, like an infant or child has, to stick everything they can pick up, into their mouths, safe or not, and then cry when you take it away from them ? That kind of oral fixation?

    • Pamela

      More along the lines of the type that requires someone to be on their knees…hmm, sucking a sippy straw

  • jdow

    But THIS time it’s righteous discrimination.

    (And they can kiss my situponpart.)

    I wonder how many guns this development is going to sell. Doesn’t this make you feel safer about going out on the town for an evening?
    {^_^}

    • Fronk!

      Aye Carumba!

  • eon

    I’d love to see their reaction when a bunch of their “organizers”, restaurateurs, etc., are arrested and charged with Federal offenses for violating the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

    “B-but we’re in the right!”

    “Yeah, that’s what the Klan said, too, asshole.”

    Sessions needs to find his balls, wherever he escrowed them, and get this done. (If Giuliani were AG, it would already have happened.)

    Failing that, the POTUS is allowed to order something like this, as LBJ did in Mississippi in 1965. People forget that it was the U.S. Marshals and the U.S. Attorney there who took the lead in that case, because Hoover at the FBI was dragging his feet. Of course, Jed didn’t allow non-whites, women, or Jews to be agents, or even lab technicians, either; he only allowed white women in the Bureau as secretaries.

    Nicholas Katzenbach was LBJ’s first AG, and handled this case. In October of ’66 he became Under Secretary of State and unfortunately was replaced by DC’s very own gibbering dingbat, Ramsey Clark. The case slowed down at that point because Clark was too busy trying to figure out how to sue major industries into extinction.

    A good Attorney General is a necessity for the United States. We’ve had a succession of very bad ones, especially in recent years.

    clear ether

    eon

    • Norm

      Let’s not forget that it was President Eisenhower that federalized and sent the National Guard into Little Rock, Arkansas to integrate the Central High School. And it was the democrat governor Faubus who initially had ordered them to keep the black students out.

  • nonncom

    Axe handle Maddox comes to mind…..

  • Spin Drift

    I wonder if the Prog Left Commies realize that they are writing the Rules of Engagement? They are going to be mighty surprised with the swiftness of the wireless responses that will be coming their way. Men of caliber will be protecting their own. It’s going to get sporty unless the current powers that be stop this crap in its tracks now. The Big D can use current statutes to reign in Maxine. Inciting mob violence is a crime. But the GOPe is afraid of making her a martyr to the cause. At the least if the story that the red hen owners followed the family to the next restaurant are true then there is sufficient evidence for a bunch of Civil Rights charges.

    Stop this now or there will be the releasing of the dogs of war. But my fear is that this is what they want. In any revolution the peasants take it in the shorts.

    Spin
    Keep your powder dry

    • Pamela

      When it comes to Maxine, and a few others, follow the money.
      I wonder what would happen if she were handed a statement with all her accounts, amounts and locations with the following notation …
      “All Gone.”

    • Interventor

      The owner of the B&B that Sanders party dined at supported the story that Commie Hen’s staff followed and harassed outside. Unfortunately, no civil rights laws broken. However, in DC the action would as politicians are a protected class.

  • Old Codger

    I don’t watch the news (too damned depressing) and haven’ kept up with the blogs. Would someone give me a couple of links to stories of the sort of activity today’s comic is referring to?

  • writeby

    Once dogmatists, always dogmatists.

    DOGMA OF THE DEMS: human nature is a ‘social construct.’

    1800s: Primitive tribal society in Africa means blacks **by nature* are primitive savages & will stay that way.

    2000s: Primitive white society in antebellum south that enslaved blacks means whites *by nature* are racists & will stay that way

    The Adams and Eves of this social genesis doctrine may be observed on any college campus or city street where, their minds reduced to dogma driven devices, they chant in unison like monks in a monastery.

    I call it: “Magical Materialism.”

    • NotYetInACamp

      After centures of fervent religious demanded slavery inflicted upon them by the terrorizing viscous Muslim slavers, Europeans broke out of Europe and did use slaves in instances. Slavery, a mainstay of human history, was found to be repugnant to western civilization and was ended. It continued in the rest of the world and was never fully stomped out. Now the great slavers are expanding out of Africa and the Middle East. Of course they have to make up things to explain their failures and to inflame and control their people.

      I hate to see some of the results that are possible. But many will not like what is to occur. As to many of those making things up now, I do not particularly care to risk anything to intervene for them. Reality is a dish served unpleasantly by Western Civilization to those who would destroy it.

      Would that people had wished to build, rather than the Big Game players that destroyed so much in the world for nothing more than what I see as a desire to control. Many see their control as the largest riches they could acquire.

      To them:

      Then He spoke a parable to them, saying: “The ground of a certain rich man yielded plentifully. And he thought within himself, saying, ‘What shall I do, since I have no room to store my crops?’ So he said, ‘I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build greater, and there I will store all my crops and my goods. And I will say to my soul, “Soul, you have many goods laid up for many years; take your ease; eat, drink, and be merry.” ’ But God said to him, ‘Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?’

      “So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.” ~ Luke 12:16-21

      https://odb.org/

    • Fronk!

      Thanks for posting this!

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