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Since I posted my pinned piece (below on homepage) on Sherri Papini last night, speculating that Sherri’s anti-immigrant beliefs led to her kidnapping, enough news has broken to justify this update.
First, I have to say that liberals are out in force in some of the comments boards claiming there couldn’t possibly be any racial motive by Mexicans to kidnap and torture Sherri. These disgusting f*cks apparently don’t know how Mexicans behave. It’s almost like George Soros is paying to put up comments that deny the anti-white racism and the violence that exists in Mexican communities.
There’s also other shocking news.
Specifically, taking matters in order, we now know what was said in an old post on a racist website that was attributed to Sherri.
Excerpt from Sacramento Bee
Stephanopoulos asked Bosenko about a widely circulated online post on a now-defunct website called “Skinheadz.com that allegedly was signed by a “Sherri Graeff” – Papini’s maiden name.
In the post, the writer said that while growing up in Shasta Lake, she got into two fights with Latinos who targeted her because “she was drug-free, white and proud of my blood and heritage.”
Though the website since has been shut down, it’s still available through an online site that archives old web pages.
“We are familiar with that posting,” Bosenko told Stephanopoulos. “That is about 13 years old, and our investigators are looking into that as well.”
The author wrote in the post that in one fight, she slammed a woman’s head onto bleachers and was “pounding her face.”
“It took three full-sized men to pull me off of her,” the post reads. “I broke her nose and split her eyebrow.”
In another confrontation, the author said, she was jumped by a group of Latinos. During the fight, the author wrote, someone broke her leg with a board.
“Being white is more than just being aware of my skin, but of standing behind Skinheads – who are always around, in spirit, as well – and having pride for my country,” the post concludes. “Being white is my family, my roots, my way of life. It’s always there. There’s no denying it. It’s nobility. It’s strength. It will be there to lift me up when I really need my pride, when I need to ‘keep walking.’ ”
Papini’s ex-husband, David Dreyfus – they divorced in 2007 – said in an interview Monday that the post was written by someone else.
“That was not her,” he said. “There was someone who made a malicious post. That is entirely uncharacteristic of her and not her at all. As long ago as that was, people of that age are malicious. People are bullies, and it’s easy to poke at people online. With as diverse of a friends group as she and I had, that’s not her.”
Papini’s sister, Sheila Koester, told The Bee the Papinis are “very private people and they do not post things on the internet or on media.”
Also fueling online speculation about whether race might have played a role in the abduction, Papini maintained a public Pinterest account that contains a section marked “Cultural Differences” featuring memes expressing concerns about illegal immigrants and Muslims.
Before Papini was found, investigators said they had spoken with her friends and acquaintances, as well as “people Sherri has had past relationships with” in their efforts to find her. Investigators said they went out of state tracking leads. Detectives have submitted close to 20 search warrants – some of which are sealed – and said they’re examining cellphone records, bank accounts, email and social media profiles.
Investigators have declined to discuss what prompted them to file the search warrants or why detectives have traveled out of state.
Just a few hours ago, Sheriff Tom Bosenko released another fact. We knew Sherri was branded, but he stated this morning that she was BRANDED WITH A MESSAGE. Not a symbol, but a message. He won’t reveal what the message said. One can speculate that it’s anti-white racist and so he’s keeping it under wraps for now. He probably doesn’t want a race war in his community.
If this story breaks as a Mexican hate crime against a lovely white mom, then it’s going to get worldwide coverage. Our job will be to push the truth about Mexicans in order to help President-elect Trump in his deportation efforts and his promise to build the wall.