Posted on November 21, 2021

Verified Hate: The Meltdown Continues

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, November 21, 2021

Progressives are not over the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict.

These are from suspended or deleted accounts, so I can’t embed them here:

The Twitter accounts posted below are still live. I pause to note American Renaissance and Jared Taylor are still not allowed on Twitter, though neither account ever broke any Twitter rules.

Rep. Cori Bush:

Why is black capitalized but not brown?

Joy Reid and Al Sharpton, our moral superiors:

If America really was founded on the kind of racial principles Joy Reid describes, we would have far fewer problems. Unfortunately, the Founders took America’s racial character for granted rather than spelling it out explicitly.

Democrat candidate for attorney general of Texas, Lee Merritt:

Remember the clip below when journalists call us “conspiracy theorists”:

More from MSNBC:

The ACLU strays further from its supposed mission each day:


Samantha Bee, a progressive “comedian”:

Hannah Jones of the 1619 Project:

New York attorney general Letitia James:

Long Island Democrat Jon Cooper:

Don’t expect justice in the Empire State.

Podcast host and “activist” Malynda Hale:

Actor Mark Ruffalo, best known for playing “The Hulk” in the never-ending series of Marvel films:

“Jojo” refers to the late child rapist Joseph Rosenbaum. You may remember him as the short man screaming “shoot me nigga!” He got his wish. He had mental problems, reportedly did not get his medication, and may have literally been seeking suicide. “Joseph Rosenbaum died as he had lived, trying to touch an unwilling minor,” in Tucker Carlson’s words.

The NBA, for some reason, has weighed in:

NBA coach Steve Kerr:

If you are a white person who watches the NBA, think about what you are funding.

We’re nearing the point where “white” seems to mean “automatically guilty.”

Television host Amber Ruffin claims to say some “very big obvious truths that no one wants to say on TV but I will.” She then recites conventional liberal talking points:

Here are some actual obvious truths that we don’t get to hear. Blacks disproportionately commit crime, including against their own people. They enjoy official privileges in jobs and education by government decree. Even the “right-wing” presidential candidate in the last election wanted to give them more set-asides.

The obvious truth staring white America in the face is that we’ve torn down our society in a failed attempt to create a phony equality. We can’t babysit these people any longer. We owe them nothing. They owe us. We deserve apologies, reparations, and freedom from our corrupt ruling class.

Author Michael Harriot, no stranger to these pages, argues that the assumption that “Black people are scary” is embedded in American law. It may simply be that Americans know the real Color of Crime in this country, though we must often pretend otherwise. Mr. Harriot recognizes that Mr. Rittenhouse didn’t shoot any black people, but still wrote an article critiquing what “reasonable” means in American law. His point is that whites automatically think blacks are dangerous, and that this emboldens them to shoot blacks.

My takeaway is that whites and blacks can’t agree even on what “reasonable behavior” means. In that case, let’s just admit Jefferson was right and that the “two races, equally free, cannot live in the same government.” Our differences are simply too great.

MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan:

Does anyone really believe it would have even been prosecuted?

Don’t forget President Joe Biden smearing Kyle Rittenhouse last year, among many others.

Another liberal scold-cum-comedian, Chelsea Handler:


Are there any “successful multiracial democracies?” Why must America be transformed into one?

Some protest/riot footage:

At least those in Chicago is being clear about what they want.

The usual rioting in Portland:

Antifa often attack journalists, though that doesn’t seem to improve the latter’s opinion of us.

More looting:

Did I miss anything? Be sure to post about it in comments.

Friends, please understand these people probably watched the same footage you did. They still think Kyle Rittenhouse was guilty. Be safe out there.