NY Times Editorial Board Decides To Blame Most Republicans For Buffalo Shooting

Weirdly, the NY Times itself barely mentions the shooting in Laguna Woods, California, where a Chinese man intentionally attempted to kill lots of Taiwanese. It’s all back page news to the Times. They do know that the Buffalo shooting is all your fault

The Buffalo Shooting Was Not a Random Act of Violence

Republican politicians, including some of the party’s top leaders, openly espouse versions of a white supremacist conspiracy theory holding that an orchestrated effort is underway to displace white Americans. A recently published poll found that almost half of Republicans believe that immigrants are being brought to the United States as part of such an effort.

On Saturday, a gunman who said he was motivated by a version of this “replacement theory” killed 10 people at a Buffalo grocery store, officials said. The suspect, identified as Payton S. Gendron, wrote in an online diatribe that he sought to kill Black people because he wanted to prevent white people from losing their rightful control of the country.

He also wrote extensively about hating Jews. And that he hated the Republican party, Democrat Party, liberals, and conservatives. That he grew up loving Communism, and you can call him a National Socialist.

Mr. Gendron described himself as part of a movement. He said that he was inspired by similar attacks on other minority communities and that he hoped others would follow his example. The suspects in several mass killings in recent years, including the 2015 murder of nine Black worshipers at a church in Charleston, S.C.; the 2018 murder of 11 Jewish worshipers at a synagogue in Pittsburgh; the 2019 murder of 51 Muslim worshipers at a pair of mosques in New Zealand; and the 2019 murder of 23 people, many Latino, in El Paso also propounded versions of this racist worldview.

Well, yeah, he was a nutjob hater. Replacement theory is more about Latinos than blacks. The black population isn’t really growing, because so many black children are aborted, which is what Democrats want.

Replacement theory is an attack on democracy. It privileges the purported interests of some Americans over those of others, asserting, in effect, that the will of the people means the will of white people. It rekindles fears and resentments among white Americans that cynical practitioners of American politics have stoked throughout the nation’s history. It also provides a disturbing rationalization for people inclined to resort to violence when the political process does not deliver what they want or protect what they see as their place in society.

We don’t have a democracy. Also, how many times have we seen Democrats resort to violence when they do not get what they want? We all witnessed the BLM/Antifa riots. How often have we seen whites demonized and denigrated by the media and BLM?

Right-wing rhetoricians in the United States portray undocumented immigrants as the primary threat. This sanitizes replacement theory for mainstream consumption without diluting its logic. The same argument is easily applied to other minority groups.

See? All your fault. And the NY Times editorial board makes the illogical jump to blacks. And, again, forgets to mention Gendron’s hatred for Jews. Anyhow, more blah blah blah, blaming Republicans. This is why it’s almost impossible to have a discussion or debate with Democrats anymore. Heck, even having a full blown argument, because Democrats take things so beyond the norm, they’re at Category 6 hurricane, that it’s impossible these days. They’re specifically saying that Republicans aren’t opponents, they’re enemies.

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34 Responses to “NY Times Editorial Board Decides To Blame Most Republicans For Buffalo Shooting”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    That’s the thing about dem “theories”, they don’t have to be proven.
    Makes them easier to make up. https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_scratch.gif

    Bwaha! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      Yep. Notice how Dowd is always trying to persuade us that we believe in replacement theory? They have all kinds of theories to whip out depending on what lie they’re pushing at the time. Could be replacement, could be climate, could be a whole plethora of nonsense. Yet they still can’t define a woman or admit a fetus is a person. They fall under the Denial of Science theory of leftist propaganda.

      FJB and his racist battalions of pinkos.

      • If conservatives gave much credence to ‘replacement theory,’ and black women having abortions at five times the rate of white women, why would we ever be opposed to abortion?

        • The catholic but not Catholic Elwood P. Dowd says:

          Two reasons. Conservatives don’t care about babies, they care about the control of women. And… to survive psychologically cons often abide self-contradictory positions.

          Recall conversations about policies to have men take more responsibility for their own irresponsible actions leading to unwanted pregnancies? “Yeah! said the commenters and blogotypes! Make them pay! We’re for it!”

          How many of the in-the-works Red State crackdowns on women have anything to address the male role? What’s that? Speak up. Oh, none.

          Any efforts on alleviating income and wealth inequality? Poverty? Education? Child care?

          You’re even making girls raped by strangers and relatives deliver a child!!

          Fuck off.

          • drowningpuppies says:

            The only part of Rimjob’s rant that is understandable is the “Fuck off” part.

            Bwaha! Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

      • The catholic but not Catholic Elwood P. Dowd says:

        Lying Groooomer,

        We’ve found that connies hold a number of beliefs, often even contradictory ones!

        You believe that the Dems are trying to replace you white patriotic voters with brown immigrants and Black people.

        The Earth is warming.

        A fetus is not a person, at least according to the Constitution.

        • Dana says:

          The Elwood P Dowd who was tremendously angered that the Constitution numbered black slaves as 3/5 of a person for the census but is perfectly happy to say that a yet-to-be-born baby counts as 0/5 person wrote:

          A fetus is not a person, at least according to the Constitution.

          The Constitution is actually silent on that issue.

          But tell us, Mr Dowd: at what point does an unborn baby become 1/5 of a person? How about 2/5 or 3/5? Then comes 4/5. At least the 14th Amendment lets us know that he’s 5/5 or a person after passing through the birth canal.

          Is it legitimate to kill 4/5 person?

          • The catholic but not Catholic Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Mx Dana is incorrect. The U.S. Constitution does not count non-persons as persons.

            We’ll take your word for it that the 14th Amendment recognizes personhood at the live birth of a baby!

            It’s impossible to say when a fetus becomes a person, the Constitution notwithstanding.

            Is it that moment when a sperm cell fuses with the outer layer of the ovum? Perhaps it’s that moment when the 23 chromosomes from each donor combine. Is it after the first cell division or the 4, 8, 16, 32 cell clusters? At implantation in the endometrial lining? (Half of embryos are lost by this time). Is the fetus a person when it can survive in a NICU? The answer is… it’s a matter of opinion, which is why it’s such a conundrum and depends on a compromise.

            A thoughtful essay…

            This doesn’t mean Roe was correct. For the reasons Alito lays out, I believe that Roe was a terribly misguided decision, and that a wiser course would have been for the issue of abortion to have been given a democratic outlet, allowing even the losers “the satisfaction of a fair hearing and an honest fight,” in the words of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Instead, for nearly half a century, Roe has been the law of the land. But even those who would welcome its undoing should acknowledge that its reversal could convulse the nation.

            No matter one’s position on abortion, each of us should recognize that those who hold views different from our own have some valid points, and that the positions we embrace raise complicated issues.

            “The argument, in which thoughtful people differ, is about the moral significance and hence the proper legal status of life in its early stages,” as the columnist George Will put it.

            “There is not the slightest recognition on either side that abortion might be at the limits of our empirical and moral knowledge,” the columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote in 1985. “The problem starts with an awesome mystery: the transformation of two soulless cells into a living human being. That leads to an insoluble empirical question: How and exactly when does that occur? On that, in turn, hangs the moral issue: What are the claims of the entity undergoing that transformation?”

            That strikes me as right; with abortion, we’re dealing with an awesome mystery and insoluble empirical questions. Which means that rather than hurling invective at one another and caricaturing those with whom we disagree, we should try to understand their views, acknowledge our limitations, and even show a touch of grace and empathy. In this nation, riven and pulsating with hate, that’s not the direction the debate is most likely to take. But that doesn’t excuse us from trying.

  2. L'Roy White says:

    Racial hatred and division is the leftists stock in trade for the last 60 years and they act all upset when a white guy and only a white guy blows a bunch of people away in a racist fit of crazy.

    The Democrats now openly pick and choose people to fill political appointments based on race and never the white race. Heck they just picked a completely unqualified and anti American Supreme Court Justice based on her sex and race only. Never a thought to her accomplishments or intellect. Then Biden goes and selects anew press secretary because she check marked three blocks gay black and women. But they can’t define what a woman is because they aren’t biologists.

    I don’t think that this maniac committed a hate crime or a racist crime. I think he committed a political act years in the making. If you keep telling people they are bad because of there race don’t be surprised when they start acting bad.

    • Elwood P. dOwd says:

      So only white men should be nominated for the Supreme Court? Maybe we need an Amendment spelling out that only caucasian, christian (preferably Catholic), conservative males are eligible for the Court. After all, they are the superior beings who built America.

      Please compare the qualifications of Judge Jackson and Justice Barrett. If Justice Barrett is qualified, Judge Jackson is doubly qualified. Commenters here make it clear that they consider Black people to be “lazy” and “stupid”.

      tRump said he was going to nominate a conservative woman to the court (Barrett) and he did. That she would be white was never in doubt.

      The GOP choose people to fill political appointments based on race and it’s never a Black person. (There’s just one race – the human race).

      In Buffalo the alleged right-wing terrorist plotted his course well in advance. He cut and paste a “manifesto” reflecting the current far-right conspiracy tale of the Great Replacement, i.e., global elites (aka Jews) are trying to replace European and American white majorities (legacy citizens) with non-white, non-christian, inferior people, mostly by immigration. The alleged right-wing murderer traveled from his lily-white town on the NY/PA border more than once to scout out his prey. He chose the supermarket because the customers were almost all Black persons. He chose the AR-15 style rifle, the best choice for mass shootings, and dressed himself in body armor. His plan was actually to kill people in the market, make his escape quickly and attack more places. He had “nigger” written on his AR-15. It’s pretty clear it was a hate crime.

      So you think the alleged terrorist was groooomed by society telling him being white was evil, and not by right-wing conspiracy tales? That maybe he was talk about slavery or Jim Crow laws? Interesting.

      Is that why violent crime is higher in poor, Black neighborhoods? Those people have been told by society that they are inferior?

      • L'Roy White says:

        Mr. Dowd I did not say only white men should be nominated for the Supreme Court.
        You did. I was trying to say supreme court nominations should be based on real qualifications not religious and racial bias. You seem unable to judge any person by there character but only by there race and religion. Why is that?

        You also said maybe we need an Amendment spelling out that only caucasian, christian (preferably Catholic), conservative males are eligible for the Court. After all, they are the superior beings who built America. I didn’t. Nobody here said that. Only you. Why so much hostility when we chat? Why the hidden accusations and inferences of racism. You do realize I’m a black 55 year old man and I see racism everywhere…among blacks! And now in you. What made you a racist? Why? You claim to be white but the only people I’ve met in my life with the amount of deep hate and racism you display have been black. And your religious prejudice against Christians is almost at a genocidal level. Wht have Christians done to you that created so much hate you won’t even capitalize there name just to insult them All of them. Why would you want to insult every Christian. What kind of bent mind hates everyone?

        When you say sarcastically about Caucasian, Christian white males are superior beings but you fail to realize they actually did build America. Who do you think did? Negro slaves? Primitive Indians? A few thousand Chinese laborers? No, it was the white man. If you expect to be believed tell the truth. I told you yesterday about how you are creating a bad reputation. You can exaggerate but you gotta stop lying. It’s not good to ignore historical facts since everybody here knows the truth and it just makes you look silly. And the historical facts are the USA in fact the Americas were built but white Christian men for white Christian men. Why does it cause you pain to say that. It doesn’t bother me a bit and my ancestors were slaves. What’s your beef?

        I could go on but I don’t want to spend my valuable time picking apart every one your comments. I would just like you to try and control those hot emotions of yours so you can present a logical opinion worth making. And answering. You seem like a smart man with the emotional stability of a 15 year old kid. To many personal attacks. To many slanders and such and way to many condescending remarks will have reflect negatively.

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:

          Mr White,

          Did you compare the qualifications of Judge Jackson and Justice Barrett?

          To do so may change your mind regarding soon-to-be Justice Jackson.

          The fact is, Supreme Court justice nominations are mostly based on political positioning, not qualifications. Gorsuch, Kavanaugh and Barrett were nominated and approved because they were far-right conservatives. With Alito, Thomas and sometimes Chief Justice Roberts they form a majority of right wing conservatives who base their decisions as much on politics as the law. The U.S Supreme Court has rarely been held in such low esteem. And at a time when faith in our institutions is under assault.

          To say that white men built America is to ignore the contributions of others, yes, including enslaved men and women, and immigrants from around the world. White men also built the slave trade, world wars, separate but equal, lynching, redlining, Jim Crow, methamphetamine and fentanyl. White men conquered America with guns, germs and steel. White men created air and water pollution too. You can’t give them credit without the blame as well.

          That white men conquered the American natives does not give white men dominion over America today.

          That white christian men built America for white christian men does not give white christian men dominion today.

          • L'Roy White says:

            Mr. Dowd I did not compare the qualifications of Jackson and Barrett. Why? It would make as much sense to compare Alito to Jackson. They are two different people not competing with each other for the seat. Now, if you want to compare someone else who was in competition for the seat I can understand that. Besides, my point which you missed was that she was nominated because she was a black woman not because she was a competent American jurist. And that is a true statement. Do you really believe there are no qualified white men who would be a better justice than her but who were ignored because they are the wrong sex or color? If you do I got a bridge to sell you.

            You are living in a fantasy world when you accuse the conservative judges base there decisions as much on politics as the law. They are strict constitutionalists. They don’t make up law like Row vs Wade was. The U.S SC is held in such low esteem by leftists when they don’t get there way. Witness the crazies illegally marching on the justices homes because they finally turned a non-federal law back to the rightful states. It was bad law. . At this time when faith in our institutions is under assault they are under assault because the left has instituted lawfare against there political foes, put agencies and departments who were never voted in powers they should never have, apply laws unequally to non Democrats and unjustly like holding people in prison for years without trial just to hurt them financially and use them as an example of how the boot can crush the working man if he dares to say no. And because after pointing out, complaining and finally begging to have the discrepancies and mischief of the 2020 election our sacred institutions failed to investigate and audit those shenanigans.

            You claim that to say white men built America is to ignore the contributions of others. No it’s not. They are two separate conversations. Any person with eyes and ears can see who built the country. Contributions by other races are fine but with out those white Christian men the others would have nothing to contribute to. In fact to compare the contributions of all the others combined including my own people will amount to a drop compared to the blood sweat and tears whit Christian men poured into the melting pot of America. Now instead of E Pluribus Unum and the melting pot the Democrats divide America into races and sexes which is silly and classes and every other way they can. They don’t want to unite they want to divide and conquer.

            If those that support the great replacement theory are wrong then what is the reason for bringing in bringing in over 2 million illegal colored only into the US
            every month? Tell me why are only Democrats interested in overwhelming white people with colored people from all over the globe? What benefit does a working man like me get from supporting a family of illegals from Haiti with my hard earned money? How does that help America for me to pay to teach their kids, pay there medical care, pay for thier food clothing and shelter? How does that help me? The only answer for wanting to break all our immigration laws and all the laws of man to import all these millions of non white folks is to hurt whites. If you know another valid reason please share it.

            You say that white Christian men built America for white Christian men does not give white Christian men dominion today. That’s correct. Hating white Christians the way you do you may not like who takes over. You show me any country on earth better off than the ones created by white Christian men and if you find one you should move there.

            People like you remind me of fifth generation welfare people in my neighborhood. You take all that those white Christian men created, use it to your benefit and then spit at those that allowed you the freedom and comfort you did not earn. Instead of gratefulness you speak hatefulness. That ain’t cool dude. Not cool at all.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            Mr. White typed: … she (Judge Jackson) was nominated because she was a black woman not because she was a competent American jurist. And that is a true statement.

            She is a Black woman who is a competent American jurist. AND THAT is a true statement. You’re implying that Black women can’t be competent jurist. Do you have one shred of evidence that Judge Jackson is incompetent?? Please share.

            Were there better male candidates than Justice Barrett? Were there better politically moderate judges than Justices Kavanaugh, Alito, Gorsuch and Barrett? No one asked that. Did you?

            Mr. White types: They are strict constitutionalists.

            Excuse us, but that is so much bologna. We can all read. If the meaning of the Constitution is so obvious, why do we need a Supreme Court at all – a court whose only job is to interpret the Constitution!! How can two brilliant legal scholars have diametrically opposed opinions on an issue?

            Are we to assume that the current court is the best ever? Otherwise how can they ever overturn another Supreme Court decision? Since the Constitution doesn’t change (except by Amendment), do we assume this current court or a court 20 years hence can make a better decision than the court in in 1954? Or 1973?

            But anyway, you admit that you DO agree that someone (who?) is bringing in “coloreds” to supplant whites. Thank you. 2 million “colored” a month would mean 24 million “colored” a year! How long has this been going on??? You should check your math. And do you realize that non-citizens cannot vote in most state and federal elections?

            It’s estimated right now that 12 million undocumented aliens live among us, most by way of overstaying a visa, not by crossing the Rio Grande.

            Mr White typed, worst of all: People like you remind me of fifth generation welfare people in my neighborhood. You take all that those white Christian men created, use it to your benefit and then spit at those that allowed you the freedom and comfort you did not earn.

            You insult me and your own neighbors. America is a work in process. And it takes hard work every day. Hamilton, Franklin, Burr, Washington, Jefferson etc, immigrants all, rebelled and won against England and left us a template to build a nation. And that nation was built by men and women originating from England, France, China, Germany, Poland, Ireland, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, India, Mali, Angola, Congo, Gabon, Sweden, Russia, Finland, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Hispaniola, Brazil, Venezuela… and America is still being built by descendants of those descendants. Anyway, you get the idea. We are still building and it takes us all.

            White men two centuries ago did not “allow” you and I freedom, as it was not theirs to give. We are free men and must fight every day to keep it so.

      • Dana says:

        The sage from somewhere around St Louis wrote:

        So only white men should be nominated for the Supreme Court?

        Where in Mr White’s comment did he say that?

        • Elwood P. dOwd says:

          The liberian from somewhere around Lexington asked: Where in Mr White’s comment did he say that?

          Mr White: Do you really believe there are no qualified white men who would be a better justice than her but who were ignored because they are the wrong sex or color?

          Do you think there were no qualified men or women of color who would be a better justice than many of the white men who have been justices?

          Certainly, one could argue you could always find a “more qualified” white man for a job, and we’ve done that for centuries here. But the criteria for a Supreme Court justice are … oh, there are none. A person is nominated by the president and voted on by the Senate. That’s it. So what makes a white man more qualified? His skin color? His politics? His tallywacker? (h/t to Maddy Cawthorn).

          For example, Barrett taught law at Notre Dame, was District Judge for 3 years (appointed by tRump in 2017) and then a Supreme Court justice!! Quite a rise! tRump promised to appoint a woman to the court and he did. Was Justice Barrett the most qualified candidate in America? Did you question her bona fides?

          Presidents nominate younger jurists who agree with their political leanings.

          We think the attacks by the right on Judge Jackson center on her skin tone.

          • L'Roy White says:

            Mr. Dowd you seem to have an uncanny way of avoiding or obfuscating every point. The fact that there are many white or colored people more qualified is not the point. The fact that there is no written criteria for SC justices is not the point. The point is that it is RACIST and Prejudiced to ONLY consider people by there race and religion.

            Either I as a black man and you as a white man can pull together and not make our color our only personal point or this country will pull itself apart. The fact you don’t see that saddens me. The racial tension in this country has grown worse over the years and it hasn’t been done by people uniting behind the flag or praising God on Sundays. Its been done by those among us who would make us enemies for political power. Who would say legacy America has no right to exist or even fight for there existence and that only colord people should be able to be proud of their race. Those who take the latest shootings and use them to condemn millions of citizens. Who like you are doing uses them to act like everyone who disagrees is a racist. Or what did Biden say? A Putiun supporter?

            Try reaching out to say the psycho racist maniac who shot up those people are not like you Dana, not like you drowningpuppies, not like you LGBrandon, not like you L’Roy. That’s how a country unites. Calling everybody a racist does not seem to be working Mr. Dowd. Try using sugar.

            I am waiting to see if you answer LGBrandons question about white replacement. Can’t wait to hear this one.

            We’re going to Red Lobster. Have a good night.

          • david7134 says:

            Great points. You are actually painting Jeff into a corner and under normal circumstances he would begin calling you names and making up stuff, like you in the KKK. Let’s see what happens.

          • The catholic but not Catholic Elwood P. Dowd says:

            trump only nominated caucasian, Catholic, conservatives for the court.

            Should Catholics recuse themselves from the Roe v. Wade decision, LOL?

      • James Lewis says:

        Dear Elwood:

        “tRump said he was going to nominate a conservative woman to the court (Barrett) and he did. That she would be white was never in doubt.”

        Perhaps the problem was that he couldn’t find a qualified non-white woman who was also a conservative.

        • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

          Since the supposed president of the US can appoint and hire people based on their sex and race I assume it’s okay for businesses to do the same. Like my parents could legally put out an ad looking for white straight men to work in their hotels and properties? Ya think that would fly?

          They are all liars. If they weren’t they would make the law say “From hence forth hiring will be based on race, sex, gender and religion and employers can only hire colored people, females, homos and assorted sexual deviants, atheists or Muslims. All whites, Christians, Jews, straight people and non groomers will be denied employment because they are all bad people”. Instead they hide their lies couched in “equity, inclusion and diversity” none of which are appropriate in a constitutional republic while creating and enforcing inequality, hate and division.


          • Elwood P. dOwd says:

            Agreed. DonJon tRump only considered white, conservative, christian women for the Supreme Court slot that went to Justice Barrett, who is clearly an affirmative action justice.

            The U.S. has had 115 confirmed Supreme Court justices.

            2 Black (not including Judge Jackson, yet), 1 Hispanic, no Asian-American, no native American, 5 women, 6 unmarried justices, 8 Jews, 1 no religion.

            So our Constitution has been validated by White, Christian, married, men over the centuries. But having a qualified Black woman justice is an affront to all that is decent. Fuck off.

            The next court will be 6 Catholics, 1 Catholic/Anglican, 1 Protestant and 1 Jew. 2 Black justices, 3 women justices.

            Hiring has always been based on race, sex, appearance, dress, religion etc, duh. Hopefully Lurking Groooomer’s parents are smarter than he and would hire whom they prefer sub rosa. A friend, now retired, was a district manager for a national insurance company and related his salesperson hiring practices. It wasn’t pretty. Only middle of the road, inoffensive looking, white men. Over 20 years ago, colleague at a Fortune 500 company voted against hiring a woman because she was “too attractive” and would be a distraction! I hired another women (Chinese immigrant PhD!) who was better qualified for the job and who has had a highly successful career in the field (drug development).

            In most states employees can be fired for any reason except those specifically protected:

            The Ten Federally “Protected Classes” are:
            Race (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII)
            Religion (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII)
            National Origin (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII)
            Age (those over 40) (Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967)
            Sex (Male/Female) (Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII)
            Pregnancy (Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978)
            Familial Status (Married/Children) (Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII and Family Medical Leave Act of 1993)
            Disability (Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990/Amended 2008)
            Military or Veteran(Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 and Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994)
            Genetic information(Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008)

  3. Hairy says:

    Teach I think that the reason that the killing in Laguna got less coverage in the NY Times was because in Buffalo THERE WERE 10 TIMES AS MANY KILLED.
    I know, it wasn’t easy to figure out why less coverage but I think I figured it out. So, maybe not do weird.
    As far as racism in American politics predominately in Southern Democrats until 1968. From the time the Civil Rights and Viting Acts were signed by LBJ the most racist have moved right and into the GOP. Avowed racist Sen Strom Thurmond had to switch parties to keep his job

  4. Dana says:

    Ten people were killed in Buffalo, but Philadelphia sees that almost every week! 178 killings in 20 weeks = 8.9 dead per week. 210 killed in the Windy City in 20 weeks; Chicago is slightly topping a Buffalo every week.

    Thirteen shot in Buffalo; Philly sees that every 2¼ days!

    But there’s no political value for the left in talking about street crime, so the left don’t mention 178 mostly young black males slaughtered in the City of Brotherly Love.

  5. Elwood P. Dowd says:


    from the NYT:

    Republican politicians, including some of the party’s top leaders, openly espouse versions of a white supremacist conspiracy theory holding that an orchestrated effort is underway to displace white Americans. A recently published poll found that almost half of Republicans believe that immigrants are being brought to the United States as part of such an effort.

    Do you think that there is an orchestrated effort to displace white Americans?

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      Don’t you? What else would explain open borders, and promises of food, clothing, shelter, medicine, hospitalization, cash payments, driver licenses and all the other perks bestowed on unwanted and unneeded alien people induced, encouraged and invited into the USA without money, papers, medical clearance, education, desire to assimilate, jobs, or any means of support?

      Why would we want or need 2+ million (soon to be 5+million)of these filthy dogs per month in our country and cities?

      There is no upside to America or Americans of any color. There is only an upside to people like Dowd and the Christian, white haters of the top radical leftist hate America coalition. Nobody gains but the super rich democrat donors and their constituency and the democrat party as they turn that filth into democrat voters.

      • Elwood P. dOwd says:

        No, I do not believe there exists a conspiracy to replace white Americans with immigrants, Hispanics and Blacks.

  6. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    from the writings of the alleged terrorist of Buffalo, NY:

    “I would also try to attack a black elementary school, but I’m not sure how I would get in,” he added.

    • Dana says:

      In the meantime, in your adopted hometown, or perhaps home county, or at least home metropolitan area, there have been 66 homicides as of May 16th, in which 62 of the victims, 50 males and 12 females, were black. Of the 31 thus far identified suspects, all are black.

      Are the 66 people in St Louis sent untimely to their eternal rewards somehow less dead than the 10 killed in Buffalo? Does it somehow matter less that the people who (allegedly) slew these 66 people are black, rather than being white? Do the motives of the 31 (alleged) killers in the Gateway City somehow matter less because Mr Gendron’s (alleged) motive was to deliberately kill black people?

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        The librarian from near Lexington justifies an act of terrorism by pointing at other murders.

        Why did 9/11 matter? Only 3000 were killed. Ten times that number of Americans are murdered EVERY year. What was so special about that 3000? Are they more dead than the more than 600,000 Americans murdered since?

        You are stubborn but not stupid, so you know the answer.

        The alleged terrorist claimed he was motivated by those who think like L.G., Mr White, drowiningpuppies, david porter and many other conservatives who feel that there exists a global plot to eliminate white people. Charleston, Charlottesville, El Paso, Christchurch, Pittsburgh…

        If caucasian, christian, conservatives really feel as if they are victims of an ongoing white genocide it’s no wonder they react violently.

  7. Jl says:

    Remember, the fact that by far most blacks are killed by other blacks is…racist

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Facts are not racist. Facts are facts. Keep spewing facts, it would be a nice change.

      But justifying one vile act by pointing to other vile acts may be.

      The targeting of Black Americans for execution is an act of terror, like when Jihadists targeted Americans on 9/11. The targeting of Jews in Pittsburgh was an act of terror. The targeting of Hispanics in El Paso was an act terror. The targeting of Muslims in Christchurch was an act of terror. The targeting of Sikhs in Oak Creek, WI was an act of terror (although it’s speculated the white supremacist murderer thought they were Muslims).

      The gun violence in poor black neighborhoods is also vile, but is not related to terrorism any more than the yearly homicide totals in America somehow negate the 9/11 attacks. See?

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