Black Tranny Teens Track Wins Spark Demands for Rule Changes

TRANNY TERRY MILLER. #1.

TRANNY ANDRAYA YEARWOOD. #2.

Good grief, them’s some ugly trannies.

Simple rule: If you were born with a penis, you run track with the boys, not with the girls.

Oh wait, that would be discrimination!

Well, what about the girls who might like to win a race now and then.

WTNH

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — – Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood swept the competition at the state championships for girls track and field.

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Majority Of White Americans Say They Believe Whites Face Discrimination

A full 45 percent of white Americans are still asleep or in denial.

Only 55 percent of white Americans believe there is discrimination against white people.

Let’s see:

1. Affirmative Action in jobs and college admissions: What is AA other than discrimination against white people.

2. Race Replacement: What is an immigration policy that allows the country to become minority white? Obviously, it’s discrimination against the white race.

3. White Lives Matter: When the culture says you’re a bad person if you claim that white lives matter, isn’t that discrimination against white people?

4. When universities preach that “whiteness” must be exterminated, do they also preach that “blackness” must be exterminated too? No? Then what are universities doing but discriminating against whites?

4. When Hollywood portrays white men as bumbling fools in TV commericials, but not men of other races, no one with common sense would say that’s not discrimination.

5. As white mortality rates rise and white lifespans decline, as recent evidence documented in this post has shown, there’s more evidence that whites are discriminated against.

I could go on, but instead will reiterate to the sleeping 45 percent: Wake up!

NPR

A majority of whites say discrimination against them exists in America today, according to a poll released Tuesday from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

“If you apply for a job, they seem to give the blacks the first crack at it,” said 68-year-old Tim Hershman of Akron, Ohio, “and, basically, you know, if you want any help from the government, if you’re white, you don’t get it. If you’re black, you get it.”

Instead of worrying about petty examples of blacks picking up a benefit here and there, consider the root cause of discrimination against whites:

The real issue isn’t whether whites face discrimination and unfair treatment by government and a diversity-driven private sector.

No, the real issue is what or who is behind that unfair treatment.

I’ve given you the answer, but let’s see how disengaged from the truth whites really are by reading more from the article.

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Death Threats Made Towards Republican Senators Remain on Twitter for Weeks Without Deletion

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Monopolists holding left wing views will not respect speech rights in an era in which the media endorses nonsense like “safe spaces.” The best that can be done is to hold social media accountable, as this excerpt from Breitbart does.

Breitbart

Numerous death threats made towards Republican Senators on Twitter remained on the platform for weeks before being deleted, despite the platform’s consistent record of removing “problematic” opinions within a matter of hours.

Two weeks ago, a user on Twitter threatened to shoot Senator Roy Blunt, claiming that the Missouri congressman was responsible for “allowing someone to murder my loved ones.”

The poster, Kyler Schmitz from Virginia, was detained by police after it was ruled that the threat was an illegal violation of interstate communications. However, his account was only suspended and the tweets deleted once The Hill reached out to Twitter about the threats.

I’m coming for you,” read another tweet towards Senator John Hoeven, along with a clip showing a gun from the popular television series Breaking Bad. “Let’s #ShootRepublicans #Politicians,” proclaimed another.

The threatening and sinister tweets are reported to have remained on the platform for weeks despite Twitter’s rigid rules against threats, harassment, and bullying. “You may not make threats of violence or promote violence, including threatening or promoting terrorism,” claims Twitter’s abusive behavior policy. “You may not incite or engage in the targeted abuse or harassment of others” the guidelines also add.

Despite the lengthy wait for the death threats to be removed, other users on Twitter who have simply committed the crime of having the wrong opinion have found themselves suspended or censored substantially faster.

Video game developer Mark Kern was suspended from Twitter earlier this month after tweeting, “I don’t see why mosques with radical leanings should be excluded from surveillance when the rest of us get our emails collected by the NSA.” After severe backlash both on Twitter and in the media, Kern’s account was reinstated shortly after, however many other accounts with significantly less followers have found themselves wiped off the map after being caught up in the platform’s specific political monitoring.

Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos was also suspended from the platform earlier this month, not once… but twice, after the self-proclaimed “dangerous faggot” made a series of anti-Islam tweets, leaving users on the platform confused as to where Twitter’s policies actually lie.

According to The Hill, who asked Twitter to comment on the situation, the platform responded: “We do not comment on individual accounts or investigations, but it looks like the account you mentioned has been suspended.”