U.S. Mint worker placed on leave for putting noose on black colleague’s chair

CBS News comments are going crazy with the term “domestic terrorist.”

Yet, I’ll bet that these same liberals wouldn’t call Kathy Griffin of Trump’s severed head fame a domestic terrorist. They would call that nasty situation free speech or art. Well, isn’t there an art to tying a noose?

At worst, a noose shown to someone ought to be nothing more than a minor misdemeanor, like a traffic ticket. A speeder actually puts lives in danger sometimes (and sometimes not), but a noose is not a real threat because nobody realistically gets hung any more. A noose is just a more sophisticated way of saying, “F*ck you!” Am I wrong?

Hundreds of violent crimes committed by blacks against whites are being ignored while CBS runs this story of an unfunny joke, or whatever it was supposed to be.

CBS News

PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Mint in Philadelphia put an employee on administrative leave after a noose was found at the plant on the chair of an African-American colleague.

The unidentified employee created the noose with rope used to seal coin bags once they’re full, according to the president of the mint workers union.

Surveillance video captured the employee’s actions. Around 3 p.m. June 28, the white male coin maker walked across the factory floor with the noose in hand.

Many African-American workers called and texted the union president the next day, and the U.S. Treasury Department’s inspector general launched an internal investigation.

CBS Philadelphia reports mint officials declined to talk about the incident, but sent an email statement that reads in part: “We have absolutely zero tolerance for the kind of misconduct reported at the Mint. Secretary Mnuchin has directed that this matter be handled swiftly and seriously. The investigation is moving ahead quickly. We strive every day for a workplace environment that is welcoming and safe for all.”

Loops of rope have long been used to intimidate African-Americans because they evoke lynchings. The nonprofit Equal Justice Initiative said there were 4,075 lynchings of blacks in the South to spread racial terror between 1877 and 1950.

For blacks, the noose is “comparable in the emotions that it evokes to that of the swastika for Jews,” the Anti-Defamation League said

For the record, 25 percent of those lynched were not black. And virtually all of the lynchings involved men hung because they were guilty of horrific crimes, such as rape and murder.

Venue Cancels Mike Cernovich Seminar After ‘Death Threats’ from Leftist Terrorists

Mike Cernovich is a self-promoter associated with the alt-light, not the alt-right.

Even though his politics are pretty mild, the left has revealed its intolerance for any dissent from its point of view by flooding the venue for his “Gorilla Mindset” workshop with death threats.

Cernovich vows to track down at least one of the terrorists and unload on him or her. You can watch him describe the revenge he plans to take in the video below.

Daily Caller

A seminar by author and journalist Mike Cernovich was cancelled after death threats and hate messages were sent to the venue.

Cernovich told The Daily Caller over email, “The venue owners received death threats. They received over 30 and are receiving more as we speak.”

“My ‘Gorilla Mindset’ seminar is entirely apolitical. I don’t talk about any social issues. My attendees include people from all political viewpoints. The venue owners themselves received death threats, which is what is most disturbing. Threatening venue owners in an effort to silence people the left disagrees with is terrorism,” he told TheDC.

The event was scheduled to be held at Collective HQ in Los Angeles. Collective HQ didn’t responded to requests for comment.

The event, scheduled for Saturday, July 15, is a “Gorilla Mindset” seminar. Cernovich is author of the book “Gorilla Mindset.”

Some topics to be discussed at the event include, “Self-talk and language patterns” and, “How metaphors embedded in language shape how you view yourself and the world,” the EventBrite page reads.

Cernovich may still hold the event, but is looking for a different venue.

Cernovich condemns SJWs and the media:

Cernovich claims to receive death threats every day. His situation offers yet another reason why we should go stealth and not reveal our identities unless necessary.

Report: Faggot Author David Sedaris Expresses Desire to Kill President Trump

DAVID SEDARIS. HE CLAIMS TO BE GREEK.

What sort of person expresses a desire to kill American President Donald Trump. Well, it’s not your average hardworking middle class mom or dad. It’s always some “artsy” faggoty leftist type.

From Wikipedia

Sedaris currently lives in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England, with his boyfriend Hugh Hamrick, whom Sedaris mentions in a number of his stories.[49] Sedaris describes them as the “sort of couple who wouldn’t get married”.[50][51] He enjoys collecting litter in the local area, where he is known as “Pig Pen”, and has a garbage truck named after him.[52][53]

A queer nicknamed Pig Pen. That’s rich.

This queer doesn’t have the balls to do it himself so he’s signaling his insane fag friends to go out and kill Trump. A nice visit from the Secret Service is in order.

The Gateway Pundit

Author and humorist David Sedaris reportedly said at a book promotion appearance at Politics and Prose in Washington, D.C. Thursday night that he “hates the president” and wishes he could have gone back in time to kill him, according to IJR’s Erin McPike.

McPike did not post any follow-up reports. No one else reported Sedaris’ homicidal fantasy of killing Trump.

Sedaris, who is also a contributor for the New Yorker, is on a book tour for his new book, Theft By Finding, Diaries 1977-2002, published by Little Brown.

Sedaris’ bio at the New Yorker reads:

David Sedaris contributes frequently to The New Yorker. He is the author of “Barrel Fever” (1994) and “Holidays on Ice” (1997), as well as four collections of personal essays: “Naked” (1997), “Me Talk Pretty One Day” (2000), “Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim” (2004), “When You Are Engulfed in Flames” (2008), and “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls” (2013). In 2005, he edited an anthology of stories, “Children Playing Before a Statue of Hercules.” He has also regularly contributed personal essays to Esquire. Sedaris and his sister, Amy Sedaris, have collaborated under the name The Talent Family and have written several plays, including “Stump the Host”; “Stitches”; “One Woman Shoe,” which received an Obie Award; “Incident at Cobbler’s Knob”; and “The Book of Liz,” which was published in book form by the Dramatists Play Service.

Sedaris made his comic début on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition, reading “SantaLand Diaries,” which recounted his strange but true experience working as a Macy’s elf clad in green tights. His original radio pieces can often be heard on the show “This American Life.” In 2001, Sedaris became the third recipient of the Thurber Prize for American Humor. In 2001, he was named “Humorist of the Year” by Time. In 2005, he was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Spoken Word Album (“Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim”) and Best Comedy Album (“David Sedaris: Live at Carnegie Hall”).”

More about Sedaris can be found at Wikipedia.

When Sedaris isn’t in the news for threatening to kill the president, he’s the subject of stories relating to his bizarre writings. NPR published a puff piece today about his new book.

You have to suppose that his hostility toward Trump plays well with his homosexual and social justice warrior readers. To the rest of us, he’s garbage. Or should I say he’s Pig Pen!

Texas Republican Congressman Assaulted by Evil Wetback Democrat Representative

REP. MATT RINALDI. HE CALLED ICE.

Washington Times

Democratic members of the Texas Legislature reportedly assaulted and threatened a Republican colleague over his call to immigration authorities, prompting the GOP lawmaker to say he’d defend himself with deadly force if the Democrats followed through on their threats.

Rep. Matt Rinaldi, Irving Republican, said the altercation began when he called Immigration and Customs Enforcement in response to repeated disruptions of the day’s proceedings by illegal-immigrant demonstrators over a bill targeting sanctuary cities.

According to the account he posted on social media, when Mr. Rinaldi told a group of Democrats on the floor that he had done this, he was “physically assaulted” by Rep. Ramon Romero, Fort Worth Democrat, and other Democrats had to be held back by lawmakers.

REP. RAMON ROMERO. LA RAZA. EVERYTHING FOR MY PEEPS.

Shortly after the widely-seen altercation on the House floor, several Democratic lawmakers held a press conference where they accused Mr. Rinaldi of saying he would “put a bullet in the head” of one of their members at a second scuffle, the Associated Press reported.

Mr. Rinaldi’s statement acknowledged saying words to that effect but said they were a warning after a similar threat from Rep. Poncho Nevarez, Eagle Pass Democrat.

ALFONSO “PONCHO” NEVAREZ. WE CAN MAKE OUR OWN BURRITOS, AMIGO.

“During that time, Poncho told me that he would ‘get me on the way to my car.’ He later approached me and reiterated that ‘I had to leave at some point and he would get me,” Mr. Rinaldi posted.

At that point, Mr. Rinaldi made the deadly-force threat that already had been reported by the multiple news outlets.

“I made it clear that if he attempted to, in his words, ‘get me,’ I would shoot him in self-defense,” Mr. Rinaldi wrote, adding that he was now under the protection of the Texas state police.

“Several of my colleagues heard the threats made and witnessed Ramon assaulting me,” his statement concluded.

Heh, heh. The race war is heating up. Don’t you feel good about understanding that in he end it was going to come to this?

Either the nonwhite races rule over us in a despotic manner or we rule over them. There is no peaceful coexistence since multiculturalism is a liberal scam.

Uppity Negroid Congressman Threatened with Lynching After Calling for Trump’s Impeachment

AL GREEN. IMPEACH DAT CRACKA.

It’s entirely reasonable to suspect that Congressman Al Green’s friends used burner phones to call in the death threats that he claims to have received. Fake death threats would be another tactic used to try to discredit President Trump and advance the overthrow of a legally elected government.

WFAA

HOUSTON — Congressman Al Green’s call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump resulted in voicemails loaded with death threats and racial slurs.

He played those messages for the crowd at his South Houston town hall Saturday morning.

“Hey, Al Green. We got an impeachment for you. It’s going to be yours. Actually going to give you a short trial before we hang your *** ***,” one man said in a recording.

In another, a man’s voice says, “You ain’t going to impeach nobody, you ***. Try it and we’ll lynch all you *** ***. You’ll be hanging from a tree.”

“I thought it appropriate to let you hear these recordings so that you can understand why we have the security,” Green said, explaining the increased police presence at the meeting.

Those threats came in after Green, a Houston Democrat, became the first member of Congress to propose that President Trump be impeached on the House floor.

“No amount of threats and intimidation will stop what I have started,” he told his constituents. “I promise you.”

Saturday’s town hall at South Houston’s Fountain Life Center, Green said, was an opportunity to answer his constituents’ questions about his effort.

Queries ranged from why the process takes so long to how many votes are needed, to what voters can do to help.

Some in attendance used their opportunity at the microphone not to ask, but to tell.

“I’m frankly tired of partisan politics,” said one man. “I’m tired of our country being split further with every tweet and every counter-tweet.”

“I think, not only should the FBI director be fired, but the whole FBI should be restructured and not act as a political police against our elected officials,” said Betty Jennings.

She and her husband Joe said, while they aren’t big supporters of Trump, they’re even less supportive of Green’s effort to impeach the president.

“The Democratic party should not become the McCarthy-ide party of perpetual wars, financial bailouts and covert surveillance,” Joe Jennings said.

Green said he’s following his conscience and, ultimately, what his constituents want.

“You have the last word. The American people have the last word,” Green said.

Green says he plans to introduce a resolution to impeach President Trump “soon,” though he wouldn’t give a definitive date.

The process to impeach a president is lengthy.

The House would have to pass it with a majority vote, then the Senate would hold a trial overseen by the chief justice of the Supreme Court.

If a super-majority were to find the president guilty, he would be removed from office and Vice President Pence would take over.

Christian teacher who quoted Bible saying gay people ‘deserve to die,’ in letter to student newspaper RESIGNS

A LETTER TO THE EDITOR HAD DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES FOR TEACHER MICHAEL STACK, INCLUDING DEATH THREATS.

The hatred of God and of Christians is strongly in evidence in America 2017. Americans, far too many of them, worship Satan. Not that they necessarily engage in Satanic rituals, but rather they reject any and all morality. Substituting for morality in their world is egalitarianism. No immoral act can ever be condemned (except for murder and even there euthanasia and abortion are accepted and applauded).

Foolish Americans, who make up at least half or more of the population, have succeeded in silencing the other half. Advocating for God and for morality can not only cost you your job, but create potentially fatal consequences ranging from stress to being murdered.

San Luis Obispo

In a letter to the student newspaper, a San Luis Obispo High School teacher quoted a Bible verse saying that people committing homosexual acts “deserve to die,” drawing outrage and concern from students, teachers and parents, and a call for calm by administrators.

Mayor Heidi Harmon urged community members to complain to the school district administration. “This is unacceptable,” Harmon wrote on her Facebook page Wednesday. “A teacher at SLO High wrote this shaming letter against the LGBT community — a community that already has a high degree of suicide.”

The school won’t discipline special education teacher Michael Stack, saying teachers as well as students “do not shed their First Amendment rights” at school.

MICHAEL STACK.

“A bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment is that the government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable,” San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater and Principal Leslie O’Connor said in a joint statement Wednesday.

“As a district, we understand that students do not shed their First Amendment rights at school, and we respect the rights of our students to speak on controversial topics. We applaud the high school’s commitment to open dialogue and a free exchange of ideas in its student newspaper,” the statement read. “ … In a similar manner, we acknowledge the right of our staff to voice their opinions.”

Prater and O’Connor called the controversy “a teachable moment” and urged the community to conduct a “civil discourse.”

The statement went on to say that Stack was a probationary teacher in his first year at the campus. At O’Connor’s recommendation, the district decided in February not to keep him on staff for the upcoming school year.

Stack left campus early Wednesday and could not be reached for comment.

His letter was published Tuesday in Expressions, the school’s journalism website, and was in response to Expressions’ May 2017 print edition featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues — including an interview with an LGBTQ couple about their relationship.

Stack wrote that he was compelled to speak out because he “didn’t want to displease God,” saying the Bible is “without error” and its hundreds of predictions are 100 percent accurate.

Since the story of Michael Stack’s letter broke in the press, he’s resigned and received death threats.

San Luis Obispo

A San Luis Obispo High School teacher has resigned in the face of widespread outrage over a letter he wrote to the school student newspaper that cited a Biblical passage saying those who commit homosexual acts “deserve to die.”

Special education teacher Michael Stack did not show up to work Thursday but sent the school an email at 1:07 p.m., which he also copied to Fox News, tendering his resignation, noting “the community apparently wants me out, so I hereby grant them their desires.”

Late Thursday morning, someone called the school and threatened Stack’s life, according to San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater.