Posted on January 7, 2022

Verified Hate: Capitol Riot Edition

Gregory Hood, American Renaissance, January 7, 2022

On January 6, 2021, there was a riot at the Capitol. It was minor compared to those tolerated by government officials and reporters over the previous year. The real outrage was Ashli Babbitt’s death, but one year later, regime media don’t care about her.

The same person wrote an article excusing the social media attack on a white woman who called the police on a black man. “You might come back from being canceled, as many do,” he wrote, “but you can never come back from being killed.” Neither can Ashli Babbitt, but she is the butt of jokes.

Another comparison.


From the White House:

Deadly to whom?

The vice president:

We’ve seen what our nation looks like now after Black Lives Matter was unleashed with the encouragement of people like her.

Your tax dollars at work:

In light of conditions blacks make for themselves, this is actually true:

Are ”white people” responsible? Maybe they rioted because they thought the police would treat them like BLM rioters.

These four were acquitted of wrongdoing for destroying a statue of British merchant Edward Colston.

Perhaps there might be another explanation for this:

If we are born with “white supremacy,” why do non-whites always want to be around us?

A court found Lord Ahmed of Rotherham, aka Nazir Ahmed, guilty of sexual assault. Someone doesn’t want to remember the Asian grooming gangs that raped white girls in Rotherham.

Ibram Kendi, who may be the most important “intellectual” in the United States today, had a lot to say about January 6. Notice that there is no longer much of a distinction between “whiteness” and white people.

The system sees you as the threat. Keep that in mind when it tells you about “Our Democracy.”