Elizabeth Warren Goes Crazy for Black Lives Matter
Can I ask you a serious question: Is Senator Elizabeth Warren insane?
If so, does that make the editors of the Washington Post and the faculty of Harvard University insane as well for going along with her denial, deceit, and now delusions?
Spoiler alert: Yes, yes and yes.
The tipping point for my concern about the precarious state of Senator Warren’s mental health came Sunday in the Washington Post. The loony senator was talking about Black Lives Matter, and how important they are because, as everyone knows, black people are relentless victims of relentless white racism. All the time. Everywhere. And that explains everything.
When, of course, the opposite is true.
Let’s get a few of her money quotes out of the way, courtesy of Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery, who covers law enforcement and justice, so he and his editors claim.
“Owning a home won’t stop someone from burning a cross on the front lawn. Admission to a school won’t prevent a beating on the sidewalk outside,” she stated on Sunday at a speech in front of the AFL-CIO.
"We’ve seen sickening videos of unarmed, black Americans cut down by bullets, choked to death while gasping for air -- their lives ended by those who are sworn to protect them. Peaceful, unarmed protesters have been beaten.
Journalists have been jailed. And, in some cities, white vigilantes with weapons freely walk the streets.”
This fairy tale could use a dose of reality. For that, we turn to a recent post from magnus editorius Thomas Lifson of American Thinker:
…during the 2012/2013 period, blacks committed an average of 560,600 violent crimes against whites, whereas whites committed only 99,403 such crimes against blacks. This means blacks were the attackers in 84.9 percent of the violent crimes involving blacks and whites.
Violent crime in places like Boston and D.C. is a black thing.
There are just not any white people preying on black people there. No black college students lying beaten on the ground. No burning crosses.
Let’s stick with colleges: Go to any college campus in America and look up the Clery reports, available on line. The overwhelming amount of violent crime and crimes against property on campuses is from black people. Some are students. Some not.
At the University of Minnesota, black and faculty student groups became so upset at this they wrote a letter to the president of the university demanding immediate action.
They did not ask for a reduction in crime. They demanded the president direct his police department to stop reporting the race of the criminals.
College students are easy targets of black crime. Check Cambridge, home of Harvard. Double ditto in New Haven, home of Yale. And the black on Asian violence in both of these places is particularly nasty.
How many stories of black on white violence in D.C. have to be told and retold to convince people with epic levels of delusional denial like the senator that something is very wrong in her town?
And in other towns around the country. Let’s take a quick look at some black mob violence and black on white crime over the last few days:
In Santa Ana, an 83-year old Asian immigrant was punched in the face, knocked down, and beaten. On video. Lots of broken bones in his face. Will he live? No one is sure. Is every aspect of his life now worse and shortened? Absolutely.
Down the highway in Oceanside, California, just a few days before, a 67-year old woman was walking her dog when a black person punched her in the face and “left her for dead.” Only her dog returning home enabled neighbors and family to figure out something was very wrong.
Maybe Senator Warren should get a dog too.
In Kansas City, at the upscale Country Club Plaza, a group of black people assaulted an active duty Army officer. He’s in pretty bad shape, with a fractured skull and significant blood loss. And oh yeah, that happens a lot at the Plaza, documented in Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.
Earlier this summer, an active duty member of the Air Force happened to stumble into a Black Lives Matter rally in Charlotte. They beat him, breaking his jaw and other bones. Lots of BLM members saw it happen. No one said a thing.
In Utah, a black man was beating two white sisters after breaking into their home. He was kneeling over one with a large knife, ready to stab her, yet again. That’s when a cop arrived and saved her life by killing the bad man. Ask these two sisters what they think about Elizabeth Warren saying cops prey on black people for No Reason What So Ever.
In Arkansas, a white guy in a speedway parking lot asked three members of a black motorcycle club if they could move their bikes so he would have room to move his car. One of the club members shot him dead.
In Charlotte, David Doyle told the wrong people he was preparing for doomsday with lots of gold stashed in his house. This week, we learned that a black person was arrested for robbing, torturing, and killing him.
He was probably one of those vigilantes Senator Warren was having delusions about.
In Highland Park, Michigan, a black man recently released from a prison where had been serving a sentence for murder, killed an old white dude waiting for a bus to take him to work.
In Pennsylvania, a black man knocked on the door of an 83-year-old woman and asked to use her phone. “That’s when the tall black African American … stabbed her repeatedly.”
At your next anti-rape conference, Senator Warren, if someone asks you about who is raping old white women and why, just tell them this, from the a study at Vanderbilt University:
“The elderly victim was more often white and the assailant more often black,” said the study. “The rapists are motivated by anger, possibly racially related.”
How many examples of this would you like, Senator? There are tons, many of them recent. And each begs for a counterexample of white people doing the same and worse to black people. As you claimed -- which is a polite way of saying "lied about".
In Dayton, a young white woman was at getting a post-work snack at a convenience store when a well-mannered black man asked her for a ride. Soon there were four black people in her car. They robbed and beat her.
In Baltimore, a father and his six-year old daughter thought it would be okay to go into a 7-11 where a large group of black people were fighting and creating mayhem. It wasn’t.
In Austin, a young white man invited his new black neighbor over to his house to play some music. The neighbor killed him.
Outside of Chicago, a black man recently out of prison moved into a house owned by a local church. It’s all the rage now: Re-entry. He kidnapped a woman, robbed her, beat her, and set her on fire. She’s alive, if you want to call it that.
In Takoma, Maryland, a group of black people ransacked a 7-11 and beat the clerks because they were not permitted to buy cigarettes with food stamps. This is a carbon copy of an incident in Oakland a month ago, except the black person was upset he could not buy cat food with food stamps.
After assaulting the cashier and store manager and security guard, local media said he was a victim of racism when he received a beating.
This is a very long list, and let’s not forget black violence in classrooms, black on white violence on hiking and biking trails, a few more Knockout Games, and large-scale black mob violence in Brooklyn, Topeka, Pittsburgh, and Omaha.
In Atlanta, police arrested a black woman for using YouTube to urge black people to kill police and white people.
In St. Louis, a group of black people robbed a young couple who just left his mother’s birthday celebration at a Cardinal’s baseball game. Then they shot him in the back. This Army vet is now paralyzed.
In Orlando, a group of black people killed a young white guy defending his girlfriend from a robbery. The neighbors said the area was safe. Usually.
In Wilmington, Delaware, at the exact same moment Senator Warren was telling the AFL-CIO about black victimization, one black man shot another. Soon after, 400 black people were taunting, harassing, and throwing rocks and bottles at cops.
Large-scale defiance and violence against cops on routine calls are now commonplace in Wilmington and dozens of other cities around the country. Like Cleveland.
Senator Warren’s story of relentless black victimization now stands as the greatest lie of our generation.
And the greatest delusion of some truly crazy people.