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Perils of left-wing policies
Some leftist PC warriors who have been politicizing and weaponizing the legal system for years, suing people for doing things they don’t like (such as free association), are discovering that the blindfold Lady Justice wears means that the weapon they created can also be turned against their side. And sometimes, the people wielding it can be just as unreasonable as the people who created it. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have the letter of the law on their side.
Note: This article is very biased and tries to dismiss all complaints of discrimination against men by tying them in with this lone nutjob (it justifies that by quoting a sitcom and whining about “toxic masculinity,” to give you an idea of the slant), but it does contain the facts of the case, if you can pick them out of all the snideness and virtue signaling.
Police latest target of this group
The latest target of the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (a group of atheists with far too much time and money on their hands) is the Shreveport, Louisiana, police department. After getting the usual lawsuit threat from the atheists, who always feel horribly threatened by news that people they’ve never met are expressing their religious beliefs somewhere a thousand miles away, the police department announced that it will no longer host prayer vigils meant to help heal the community after violent crimes, or promote them on Facebook or by department press releases.
But three cheers for volunteer police chaplain Debra Kelly, who said that while the promotions may be stopped, the prayer vigils will continue. She hosted one at her church in July after four people were killed in violent crimes. Three hundred people showed up, and she’s continued to host one every month, and will keep on doing so. She said, “We’re still going to have prayer vigils, and we’re still going to pray, and we’re still going to encourage our community to come together, and we’re not going to worry about what some group in Wisconsin is going to make noise about.”
My solution would be to invite those atheists to come down to Shreveport and ride along with the police and walk up to the doors with them as they answer those violent crime 911 calls. I have a feeling that would cure them of their hostility to prayer pretty quickly.
Smug assumptions from the Left
One of the most insulting things about the left’s “open borders/amnesty” advocacy is the smug assumption that this is a winning political issue among legal immigrants. In fact, there are many legal US immigrants who are more upset about illegal immigration than native-born Americans who take their citizenship for granted. Legal immigrants know what people who want to live in America are expected to go through because they followed the rules and respected their adopted nation's laws, and many resent being told that the process shouldn’t even matter.
For those who think the best way to come here is simply to barge across the border, a legal immigrant from Nicaragua offered some advice on how to do it the right way, and why illegal immigration is both disrespectful and dangerous to the USA.
Consequences for throwing tantrums
The big, brave, tough “social justice warriors” of Antifa who have been screaming, cursing and threatening people in the streets may finally be facing something that their parents obviously never subjected them to: consequences for throwing tantrums in public.
For instance, during the Portland, Oregon, protests last week, one loudmouthed twit made news by yelling at the widow of a police officer killed on 9/11. He said some foul and profane things about her husband and police in general that I will not repeat (it's at the link), and greatly upset the poor lady. But when a very large man, reportedly her son, stepped up to intervene, the faux "warrior" turned tail and ran like a rabbit.
Luckily, thanks to social media, the old saying “Fools’ names and fools’ faces often appear in public places” is now worldwide and searchable. The foulmouthed bully was identified via his Facebook page. While the ID is not yet verified for certain, it seems likely to be accurate from the fact that his employer announced he is no longer working there as a data specialist, because “his behavior does not represent the values of our organization or the high expectations that we have for our employees.” No kidding; his behavior doesn't even reach the standards of the lowest expectations imaginable.
I doubt that many other reputable companies will want to hire him, either. And I’d rule out applying to any police departments. But maybe he could get a job as a delivery boy. He sure can run fast enough.
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