Politics? Delta Boots Ann Coulter from Reserved Seat

It’s easy to believe that a far-left employee at Delta Airlines decided to punish leggy conservative Ann Coulter for her conservative political and social views. In fact, I’ll bet the scalawag who did the dirty deed is a sodomite male. This is exactly the kind of dirty trick those freaks like to play.

New York Post

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter flew into a fit of fury Saturday after Delta Airlines booted her from her reserved “Comfort+’’ seat — which comes with 3 additional inches of legroom — and gave it to another passenger.

In a two-hour tweeting tantrum,she quoted her exchange with a flight attendant: “Why are you taking me out of the extra room seat I specifically booked?’’ she asked.

Their answer, she said, was “I don’t know.’’

The 6-foot-tall Coulter, who is 55, tweeted a picture of the woman who got her aisle seat on the flight from LaGuardia to Florida, noting, “Delta didn’t give my extra room seat to an air marshal or tall person.’’

A Delta spokesman said it appeared Coulter was in the same extra-room row, just in a different seat. But he promised to look into it.

One Twitter user, clearly not a fan of the columnist, wrote. “Ann Coulter is having a bad day which makes my day better. Thanks Delta.”

Restaurant Owner Promises to Fire Employees Who Allegedly Sang ‘F–k Tha Police’ to Cops

Fried shikens. Yum, yum.

I beez wonderin’ if dem mpoyeez wuz rappin’ or wuz dey singin’?

Lawnewz

Some employees at a restaurant in Garner, North Carolina might be out of a job after cops say they sang N.W.A.’s “F–k tha Police.”

From the statement published Friday on Facebook by the Raleigh Police Protective Association:

THANK YOU Smithfields Chicken & Barbeque Jones Sausage location for the class and professionalism as you sang “F- the police” as my brothers at Raleigh Police Department attempted to eat at your restaurant. The manager sang along as well. Do you really feel that was appropriate?

The union said they quickly got a response from Smithfield’s franchisee David Harris, however. He apparently promised to fire anyone “that doesn’t share our RESPECT of ALL law enforcement.” From the Friday statement published by the RPPA:

We respect law enforcement, we have called upon them in the past for assistance, we take utmost seriousness of this issue, we have spoken with numerous officers tonight, we will do thorough investigation and terminate anyone employed that doesn’t share our RESPECT of ALL law enforcement.

LawNewz.com followed up with Harris to learn more.

Whatever comes out of this, don’t expect the employees to successfully sue. We asked New Jersey-based employment law and personal injury attorney Rosemarie Arnold about the legal framework at play here. Workers probably lack any leverage whatsoever:

Assuming these employees are “at will” employees, they can be fired for any reason except for being in a protected class, for instance, based on religion, sexual orientation, gender, etc. In this instance, it is absolutely permissible for their employer to fire them because what they did puts the business at risk. Any business enjoys a cordial relationship with the police department in their area. The words sung by the employees put that relationship in jeopardy. Regardless, hate speech and political views are not protected by the Conscientious Employee Protection Act or any other employment statute of which I am aware.

She said there are no states which keep employers from firing people due to “hate speech or political activism.”

In October, a teenage restaurant worker in Houston, Texas lost his job after allegedly playing “F–k tha Police” as officers ate.

Never eat where blacks are employed. They spit in your food and they put other unsanitary objects in it.

There’s more detail on this story at Candid Slice.

Richard Spencer Allegedly Waking Up to the Jewish Menace

The source story in this post is one of those opinion pieces where a reporter infers someone is this or that, using the evidence at hand.

The best way to determine whether Richard Spencer is an “antisemite” is to ask him. Of course, any criticism of liberal Jews would be interpreted as antisemitism by leftist journalists like the author of this source article.

Read this excerpt or click on the link and read the whole article to decide for yourself if the alt-right leader is a a Jew-hater. I don’t think so. He’s just perhaps getting a little more outspoken about the damage that liberal Jews are doing to America.

Excerpt from IREHR.org

During a recent broadcast, longtime neo-Nazi and vicious anti-Semite, David Duke, lavished praise upon his guest, “Alt-Right” white nationalist poster-boy Richard Spencer. Duke told the audience of his eponymous program, “We can’t help but love the guy, and he’s really coming around to our opinion.”[1]

The “opinion” David Duke is so thrilled to see Spencer “coming around to” appears to be Spencer’s move towards fully embracing anti-Semitism as central to the white nationalist Alt-Right struggle.

Richard Spencer of the National Policy Institute has increasingly given voice to anti-Semitism and allied his cause with hardcore anti-Semites. Spencer’s alliance with neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin of The Daily Stormer has already produced plans for a January 15th armed march targeting Jews in Whitefish, Montana. And Spencer is currently defending anti-Semites in a spate of Alt-Right in-fighting.

Spencer’s growing embrace of anti-Semitism could add to tension between neo-Nazis and those white nationalists who preach a pan-white nationalism that includes (some) Jews.

Richard Spencer’s Pan-White Political Roots

Open anti-Semitism was not always Spencer’s political bent. As IREHR’s Devin Burghart describes in detail, Spencer’s political chops developed in conservatism generally, and paleo-conservatism, particularly. After serving as assistant editor for Pat Buchanan’s The American Conservative, and later as executive editor at the allied Taki’s Magazine, in 2009 Spencer began his fixation on “contemporary white consciousness.”

Even as he started AlternativeRight.com – which would popularize “Alt-Right” as an umbrella term for a coterie of white nationalists, anti-Muslim bigots, anti-Semites and misogynists – Spencer honed a racism that downplayed anti-Semitism in favor of pan-white nationalism. Such were the politics of Spencer’s paleo-conservative mentors, Sam Francis and Paul Gottfried, as well as Jared Taylor’s American Renaissance (AR), where Spencer became a favorite conference speaker.

The story goes on to note Jared Taylor’s pro-Jewish position and Andrew Anglin’s contrasting “Nazi” style exposure of Jewish mischief.

I’ll end this post with a quote from Richard Spencer which is contained in the story. I fail to see how this bit of honesty could be interpreted as antisemitic.

“I’m not saying that we need them…I’m definitely not saying that European civilization wouldn’t exist without the Jews… But I am saying what you’re saying, which is it’s like, we can’t underestimate their power and the degree to which they really have embedded themselves in our civilization and our psyche. Like it is a powerful thing, we’re not dealing with Mexicans, we’re not dealing with a Chinese civilization…The Jews, it’s a much more painful relationship… It’s a very tragic thing.”

Painful and tragic indeed. Our ancestors should have allowed only white Christians into the United States. We are paying the price for the error of their ways.