Oh, no! Now the AARP is using racist “hate font”!!!

As elected Democrats in Bergen County are caught on tape revealing their party’s true nature, the party of Jefferson and Jackson (and Jeff Davis) continues its crusade against “hate font”.  Look, we found more of it for you…

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May 10, 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C  – Vote now for AARP’s inaugural Asian American and Pacific Islander Community Hero Awards… “We’re thrilled with the caliber of all the nominees who were submitted for consideration by their colleagues, friends and family,” said Daphne Kwok, AARP Vice President of Multicultural Leadership, Asian American and Pacific Islander Audience Strategy.

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My word!  Even the cookbook put out by the Chinese American Citizens Alliance uses “hate font”!!!

Owners of Star-Ledger/ NJ.com employ demeaning “hate font”

Advance Media is the union-busting, job-killing, working-class-family destroying private company that owns Conde Nast and a basket of newspapers that include the Star-Ledger and websites like NJ.com.  It’s the company that employs the writers that fill the pages of newspapers like the Star-Ledger.  These writers earn a fraction of what journalists once made but they are afraid to organize to stand up to the billionaires who own the Advance Media.  Conde Nast is their flagship enterprise.

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What’s up with the stylized fonts?  Are the owners of the Star-Ledger and NJ.com employing racist “hate font”?   

Haven’t they argued that this kind of font is demeaning and an attempt to stereotype fellow human beings?

They don’t use Fraktur to sell Germany do they?  How about Cyrillic to sell Russia? 

And this private company is making lots and lots of money doing this.  Should they be monetizing stereotypes by using “hate font”?

Perhaps someone at Advance Media can explain?  Is this a job for Project Veritas or just some enterprising young maker of documentary shorts? 

Stay tuned…

Oh, by the way, seemingly right-on and woke Democrats have been using “hate font” too and have been doing so for years.   

You know who you are.

Get ready to be embarrassed.

The Kavanaugh show trial. Is this Booker’s “Darkness at Noon” moment?

By Rubashov

We have all seen how United States Senator Cory Booker has morphed from a rather lightweight celebrity whore into a novitiate Stalinist, with a particular dislike for Israel…

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All that remains to be determined is the kind of interrogator Booker will be.  A starched-assed Gletkin?  Perhaps.  Or a cynical Ivanov?  Whatever… just as in 1938, Booker’s position is already determined.

Ben Shapiro has written a great piece on the coming show trial…

On Monday evening, Wonkette founder Ana Marie Cox let the cat out of the bag regarding the Left’s perspective on the allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh: it doesn’t matter whether he’s guilty or innocent. He’s guilty.

Cox was appearing on Lawrence O’Donnell’s The Last Word on MSNBC when she made this shocking claim:

“We need to judge Brett Kavanaugh, not just by what he may or may not have done, but how he treats a woman’s pain. And that is something I’m going to be paying attention to on Monday. How does he respond to what’s happening. Whether or not he agrees that this happened with her, does he take her pain seriously? Do the people interrogating her pain take her pain seriously? Now, I’ll give you a spoiler alert, I don’t think Brett Kavanaugh takes women’s pain very seriously, and I know that because of the decisions he’s made as a judge.”

This is a morally abhorrent statement. So if a woman falsely accuses a man of rape, we don’t judge him based on whether he actually raped her – we judge him based on whether he feels the pain of a person falsely accusing him of rape. The real question of the Duke lacrosse case, by this standard, wasn’t whether a stripper was actually raped – the question is whether the members of the Duke lacrosse team were sensitive to her feelings while she was falsely accusing them of rape.

That would be an insane statement enough. But Cox goes even further: she already knows that Kavanaugh won’t meet her standard of sympathy because he hasn’t decided cases how she likes on key “feminist” issues, presumably like abortion. Now, never mind that Kavanaugh hasn’t actually signaled that he’d be willing to overturn Roe v. Wade. Think about the underlying contention: we can tell whether you are a bad person by your level of sympathy for a rape accuser whom you believe is lying about you, and we can judge your level of sympathy by looking at your political decisions. The logic is simple: if you’re a person who disagrees with Ana Marie Cox, you can be slandered as a rapist, and any attempt to rebut such accusations will amount to a lack of sympathy.

This is Stalinist show trial stuff. It’s immoral and perverse. But presumably Cox knows that and doesn’t care. She knows, deep in her heart, that Kavanaugh is a bad man – and if he was just maligned as a rapist, that’s a merely secondary concern. It’s hard to come up with a more bad-faith approach to a serious allegation than that.

In honor of Comrade Booker of the Democratic Socialists, we advance this theme music to be played at the start of the show trial…

Gov. Murphy puts convicted felon in charge at Education. Malinowski, Kim, Sherrill silent.

Marcellus Jackson is a corrupt politician.  A crook.  He took a $26,000 bribe, was caught by the FBI, and was sentenced to prison and fined. 

That should have been an end to his time on the public payroll.  But Marcellus Jackson is a Democrat.  A politically-connected Democrat who worked on Governor Phil Murphy’s 2017 campaign. 

And now he’s been rewarded… with our tax dollars.  Over the summer, Marcellus Jackson was handed a $70,000-a-year-job as a “special assistant” in the New Jersey Department of Education.  He’ll be running the Education Department’s Office of Civic & Social Engagement. 

The education of children?  Civic and social engagement?  A corrupt politician  who took bribes?

Governor Murphy claims that Jackson is “a good example” that he “hopes we see a lot more of.”

What does he mean by that?

More convicted criminals getting taxpayer-funded jobs? 

More corrupt politicians getting back on the gravy train?

More criminals involved in the education of our children?

Has recreational marijuana been decriminalized early in some places?

This is the radical program of Democratic Socialism on display.  Murphy is one of its national adherents.

Which brings us to congressional candidate Tom Malinowski.  He links to a Democratic Socialist group right on his campaign website.  A few weeks back, Tom Malinowski went on national media to make the claim that his party – the Democrats – were the party of “law & order”. 

No kidding.  He really said that about his party.  The party of abolish ICE.  Sanctuary States.  Resist the elected government of the United States.  Give convicted criminals top taxpayer-funded jobs.  Law & Order????

Of course, Tom Malinowski has had nothing to say about the appointment of Marcellus Jackson.  Crickets, as they say.

That goes for congressional candidate Andy Kim too.  Crickets.

And congressional candidate Mikie Sherrill.  Crickets.

To check out the original news story that outed the hiring of Marcellus Jackson, follow this link…

https://www.politico.com/states/new-jersey/story/2018/09/17/murphy-administration-hires-former-council-member-who-served-prison-time-for-bribery-614629

IS AMY WILSON WRITING FOR A RACIST WEBSITE?

Ms. Amy Wilson, writing on behalf of editor David Wildstein (aka “The Mastermind of the Criminal Conspiracy known as BridgeGate”), has pronounced Congressman Tom MacArthur a “racist” because the NJGOP sent out a mailer attacking his opponent that appears to have deliberately used a font associated with businesses like “Chinese restaurants”.  MacArthur’s opponent’s ethnic background is Korean.

Evidently Ms. Wilson doesn’t know that Congressman MacArthur’s children share the same ethnic background as his opponent.  They too are ethnically Korean.  This delineation is, of course, of great importance to people on the Left, who have made a religion of such things.  For most of us, it is enough to know that we share an allegiance to the same flag.  That what matters is nationality.  That when tested in a time of war we would all wear the same uniform, which is, at the end of it all, the only color that matters. 

Ms. Wilson is apparently unaware that there are federal election laws in place that forbid Congressman MacArthur from knowing about or having anything at all to do with the preparation of such an expenditure by the NJGOP.  So if, as Ms. Wilson seems to suggest, Congressman MacArthur or his campaign team personally selected that font for that mailer… Well, let’s just say that Ms. Wilson’s opinion of him would be the least of his worries.

Clearly, the fault lays not with the Congressman, but rather with the State Party – the NJGOP.  Or does it?  Perhaps this is merely the case of some too cute-by-half Millennial  graphics designer and the failure of the institution to catch it.  And now there’s a controversy… but does it rise to the level of racist?  Especially when a simple Google search will reveal hundreds of advertisements featured in American newspapers that use the same or similar fonts.  Yes, these newspapers charged businesses money for these ads and, in most cases (because this is how it works) THE NEWSPAPERS DESIGNED THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN-HOUSE.  Should we conclude that print journalism is inherently racist?

Should we have legislation to ban the use of such “hate fonts” as they have banned the image of the swastika in Germany?  We can all agree that the use of such a font was in bad taste and juvenile.  Like a fart joke at a Bar Mitzvah.  But racist?  We thought racism was something serious… that crept into a man’s heart, turning him sour and away from God and his fellow man. 

If we use the term “racist” to describe a font, what are we left with to describe an entire book… like Mein Kampf or the Protocols of the Elders of Zion?  Or even a sign, held by United States Senator Cory Booker…

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We don’t know who is endangered by the silly font in the NJGOP’s mailer, but we do have a very sound estimate of the number of Jews who would face a pogrom of terror, torture, rape, and murder.  Calling for an end to Israel’s border wall and other fortifications that protect innocent civilians against terrorists is like calling for a second Holocaust. 

Most Americans are not racist but they are racialist – W.E.B. DuBois made this distinction.  They are racialist because they were taught to think in terms of race from a very early age.  Today, it is the religion of the Left that teaches some races have primacy over others, for a varied set of reasons, while some are marked with a kind of original sin (see Anne Hathaway).  Americans are supposed to be better than this.  We are supposed to be a people of the idea.  And that idea is America itself, of our Constitution, and the Republic – a Republic that doesn’t recognize wealth or class, in which the highest honor is the word “citizen” and where all stand equal before the law.  Of an individualism that says, “I’ll be judged by who I am… not by who my father was.”

Which brings us back to Amy Wilson.  The venue she’s chosen to write for is instructive.  As we mentioned earlier, NJ Globe is run by David Wildstein – former political operative, former elected official, former patronage appointment, convicted for his involvement in the infamous BridgeGate scandal.  We wonder if Ms. Wilson recalls some of the details of that scandal and the resulting testimony. 

Does she remember this exchange between the man she writes for and another staffer:

The lane closures caused many Fort Lee students to be late for their first day of school.

"I feel badly about the kids," the unknown person said. "I guess."

"They are the children of Buono voters," Wildstein replied.

Now, unfortunately, we must return to the delineation of race.  Fort Lee is 63 percent White and 32 percent Asian.  So “the children of Buono voters” are who?

We will leave Ms. Wilson to sort that one out with her boss.