MLK’s Niece Alveda King: ‘President Trump is not a racist’

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece ripped accusations that President Trump is a “racist” for speaking in an off-color manner about third world countries.

Illinois Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin claimed Trump referred to Haiti and the African continent as a “s**thole,” prompting critics to label the president a racist.

Dr. Alveda King said Saturday on “Fox & Friends” such claims about Trump are “outrageous.”

She said that Trump has done excellent work in highlighting the important accomplishments of her uncle, including officially declaring his Georgia birthplace a national historic park.

“Racism is just a word that is being bandied about and thrown… at the president unjustly,” she said. “President Trump is not a racist.”


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( Daily Caller ) Fox News’ Tucker Carlson tweeted out Friday a hilarious list of 100 things people have deemed “racist” this year, and some of the entries are just unbelievable.

The Daily Caller founder geared up for the list by telling his followers that “we live in revolutionary times” and that some “wild things” happened in the past year.

Carlson gave each “racist” item its own separate tweet, and while the list is worth reading in its entirety, we’ve compiled some of the best ones for you here.

#1: Trees

A group of trees in Palm Springs, California, was considered racist because the trees separated an upscale golf course from a historically black neighborhood. City officials promised to kill the trees, ridding Palm Springs of a longtime symbol of oppression.



#8. Disney movies


Kat George, a writer for Vh1’s website, insisted in 2017 that some of your favorite Disney movies are racist. The Little Mermaid was listed as an offender because Sebastian, Ariel’s crab sidekick, spoke in an exaggerated Jamaican accent.


#13. Milk

Milk apparently became a symbol of the alt-right and neo-Nazis this year because racial minorities may be more likely to suffer from lactose intolerance. Even worse, the USDA’s dietary guidelines further such oppression by advertising dairy as an essential part of a healthy diet.


#18. Science

Students in South Africa declared that science is racist because it cannot explain “black magic” — no, really.

“I have a question for all the science people. There is a place in KZN called Umhlab’uyalingana, and they believe that through the magic, the black magic–you call it black magic, they call it witchcraft–you are able to send lightening to strike someone,” one student explained. “Can you explain that scientifically? Because it’s something that happens.”


#29. Military Camouflage 

Don’t use face paint while sneaking through the jungle, or you might be accused of racism! The British Army was accused of donning “blackface” after they posted a picture of a soldier wearing dark face paint and holding a rifle.



#41. Lucky Charms

A diversity officer at Miami University was actually open to the idea of banning Lucky Charms because some undercover students claimed the cereal was racist against Irish Americans. Yikes.


#49. Expecting people to show up on time

In this case, timeliness is NOT next to godliness. Expecting students to show up on time to class might be insensitive to “cultural differences,” Clemson University said in a diversity training program.

#64. Babies

Looks like that diversity training might have to start sooner than expected. According to a study by the University of Toronto, babies show preferences to adults of their own race.



You can follow the full thread on Tucker’s Twitter account HERE. 

Read more: Tucker’s List Of 100 Racist Things Will Have You Rolling On The Floor Laughing



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CNN political commentator comes under fire for calling a Georgetown student an ‘anti-Semitic bigot’ because he was wearing a ‘bacon suit’

( Daily Mail ) CNN political contributor Hilary Rosen has come under fire for calling a Georgetown student dressed in a bacon suit an anti-Semitic bigot.

‘Look at the guy in the “bacon suit”,’ Rosen tweeted with a photo of the student standing up dresesd in a bacon-themed onesie during the basketball game between Georgetown and Syracuse on Saturday.

‘This is a Georgetown #Hoyas fans anti-Semitic smear to the Syracuse team,’ she added in the tweet that has since been deleted off of her Twitter page.


Read more: CNN political commentator comes under fire for branding a Georgetown student an ‘anti-Semitic bigot’ because he was wearing a ‘bacon suit’



‘Jingle Bells’ rooted in racism, Boston University professor says


By Caleb Parke | Fox News


“Jingle Bells,” one of the most well-known Christmas carols in the world, is now being called racist.

A Boston University theater professor claims the Christmas carol has a “problematic history” because it was originally performed to make fun of African Americans.

“The legacy of ‘Jingle Bells’ is one where its blackface and racist origins have been subtly and systematically removed from its history,” Kyna Hamill, a BU theater historian, wrote in her “Theatre Survey” research paper on the story of “Jingle Bells.”

“Although ‘One Horse Open Sleigh,’ for most of its singers and listeners, may have eluded its racialized past and taken its place in the seemingly unproblematic romanticization of a normal ‘white’ Christmas, attention to the circumstances of its performance history enables reflection on its problematic role in the construction of blackness and whiteness in the United States,” she wrote.

Hamill started researching the history of the famous Christmas carol after a so-called “Jingle Bells War” – a dispute between two towns, Medford, Mass. and Savannah, Ga. – that claim to be the birthplace of the song written by James Pierpont.

“Its origins emerged from the economic needs of a perpetually unsuccessful man, the racial politics of antebellum Boston, the city’s climate, and the intertheatrical repertoire of commercial blackface performers moving between Boston and New York,” Hamill wrote.

The traces of blackface minstrel origins can be found in the music and lyrics, as well as the “elements of ‘male display,’ boasting, and the unbridled behavior of the male body onstage,” the author wrote.

The song’s lyrics, which Hamill adds “display no real originality,” and reference things like “Miss Fanny Bright” and “dashing through the snow” connect the song to blackface dandy, according to the research paper.

“Words such as ‘thro,’ ‘tho’t,’ and ‘upsot’ suggest a racialized performance that attempted to sound ‘southern’ to a northern audience,” Hamill wrote.

“As I mentioned in my article, the first documented performance of the song is in a blackface minstrel hall in Boston in 1857, the same year it was copyrighted,” Hamill told Fox News. “Much research has been done on the problematic history of this nineteenth-century entertainment.”



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  • Alice Huffman, president of the California chapter of the NAACP, declared the anthem to be “racist” and that it “doesn’t represent our community. It’s anti-black people,”
  • The NAACP is hoping for lawmakers to change the national anthem


WASHINGTON—Illinois Democratic Rep. Danny Davis says he sees ‘nothing wrong’ with the California ACLU’s effort to ban the Star Spangled Banner as the country’s national anthem.

“Well, you know, one of the things about the Constitution that our forefathers wrote, and basically, there were none of our foremothers that were there. There were none of our fore-sisters there. There are changes that can take place and there is room to change,” he told TheDC Thursday.

Alice Huffman, president of the California chapter of the NAACP, declared the anthem to be “racist” and that it “doesn’t represent our community. It’s anti-black people,”  SFGate.com, reported Wednesday.  The NAACP is hoping for lawmakers to change it.

Davis, a member of the Congressional Black Caucus went on to say, “Intellectually, if people continue to pursue this nation to become perfected,  then I see nothing wrong with that. I mean it was designed, I think they said, to form a more perfect union.”

He added, “They didn’t say that it was perfect at the time, but they did say that we could continue to pursue perfection and if they’re individuals who think that we can make the national anthem more perfect in terms of the goals and objectives of this country then I say so be it.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/11/09/dem-rep-sees-nothing-wrong-with-changing-the-anthem/


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Going as Disney's Moana for Halloween could be racist


Dressing children up as Disney’s Moana this Halloween is racist, according to one parenting blogger.

While parents should also think twice about letting their brood dress up as Elsa from Frozen because her character promotes ‘white beauty’.

Writing in her popular blog Raising Race Conscious Children, parent blogger activist Sachi Feris urged parents not to dress their children up as characters from backgrounds different to their own as it is ‘cultural appropriation.’

Although many would see the strong-minded Moana as a perfect role model for their child, Feris said it’s racially insensitive and risks parodying Polynesian culture.

Describing her own discussions with her five-year-old daughter, Feris said: ‘Moana is based on real history and a real group of people.

‘If we are going to dress up a real person, we have to make sure we are doing it in a way that is respectful. Otherwise, it is like we are making fun of someone else’s culture.’


Read more: Little girls should not dress up as Moana this Halloween because it is ‘RACIST’ cultural appropriation or Elsa from Frozen because it promotes ‘white beauty’, activists warn



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The liberals are fighting for equal opportunity rape!

Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is  labeled a racist rapist because he “was going after only culture-certified “trophies”. “In white Hollywood, there’s a racially problematic “attraction question” which ‘exclude black women from the the ideas of fuckability’


FROM Buzzfeed:

There’s An Elephant In Harvey Weinstein’s Hotel Room

Buried beneath the sickening story of Harvey Weinstein’s abuse is another story — the problem of casting women by their fuckability — and who that leaves out.

Bim Adewunmi by BuzzFeed Senior Culture Writer Bim Adewunmi  

The elephant in the room in discussions about the alleged crimes and misdemeanors of Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein looks eerily similar to an elephant of the past. It is the Race elephant. And among the allegations, the question of race is one that we are not really looking to engage with, because it is knotty and gnarly. But it bears talking about, because there are black women in Hollywood, and not talking about it does us all a disservice.

In Hollywood, where both racism and sexism are rampant, what can look like a sort of mitigated blessing ends up highlighting another insidious problem in (the societal microcosm that is) Hollywood: Black women do not often come up for the kind of prestigious high-profile and award-winning roles that a producer with Weinstein’s power could offer.

Looking at the list of women who have accused him of harassment and assault, it’s clear he was going after not only culture-certified “trophies” but also those he felt he could suppress or control. Their fuckability was the currency he wanted, regardless of their consent. It’s important to note whom Harvey Weinstein allegedly went after, and by extension, those he did not.

In an industry as white as Hollywood, the racially problematic “attraction question” is part of what reduces the shelf life of black actresses as a matter of course, causing many of them to get half as far in twice the time it takes their white counterparts. To be deemed “fuckable” is not the honor a certain kind of man (and woman) believes it to be, but the ideas of fuckability are entrenched, and they serve to exclude black women very early on in the conversation — while dooming the women who do go on to get the roles to gross sexual harassment or assault.


Read more: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bimadewunmi/lets-talk-about-black-women-in-hollywood-and-harvey?utm_term=.snoRB3A6j#.admnDJ3wM




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Lexi McKelley, daughter of a daycare center owner, is culprit behind racist letter?

Dominique McKelley, owner of Bridge 2 Creative Learning Center in Whitehall, Pennsylvania said she received last Tuesday a racist letter about her black employee –  The Morning Call reported .

hire a light skinned black she would blend more and not look like a ‘NANNY’. She’s not the fist thing a child nor the parents want to see soon as they walk in the daycare. So the choice is yours! Choose wisely remember WE THE PARENTS PAY YOUR MORTGAGE.


Thanks to investigative inquiry via twitter by author Thomas Wictor, we now know the racist letter is nothing but the hoax and the alleged culprit is the daughter of the daycare center.

Thomas Wictor :

  • I said this letter was fake.
  • (2) The entire town of Whitehall decided to make this infantile molehill into Mount Everest.
  •  The person who POSTED the letter is a mess.

  • The mother told the newspaper this:

  • Stop sending me e-mails. You accidentally admitted that you’re POSING as your mother. I am the one man who you can’t manipulate.
  • Stop harassing me, or I’ll post your e-mails. Get help. Otherwise, you’re doomed.
  • And now “Mom” is sending me semi-literate e-mails saying that I’VE DRAGGED HER DAUGHTER into it.
  • Going forward, leftists should stop with the FAKE RACISM ACCUSATIONS.



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