‘Borat’ star Sacha Baron Cohen “infiltrated” a right-wing event and posed as a racist singer, but details surrounding the stunt suggest it was staged to make the crowd look more like willing participants than they actually were.
At a ‘March for Our Rights 3’ rally in Olympia, Washington, Baron Cohen dressed in overalls and donned a fake beard before making his way to a stage at the event, where he proceeded to sing about infecting people like Barack Obama and Dr. Anthony Fauci with the “Wuhan flu,” as well as chopping up journalists “like the Saudis do.”
While video from the performance appears to show at least some in the crowd singing along with Baron Cohen’s controversial lyrics, organizers behind the event have been quick to call the comedian out over his setup, which included using security guards to block people from stopping the performance or cutting off power to the stage.
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More racist tweets by Cambridge University Professor Priyamvada Gopal have been unearthed, including one in which she spoke about her urge to “kneecap white men.”
Gopal caused controversy last week when she tweeted “white lives don’t matter,” prompting a petition demanding she be fired. However, Cambridge University responded by promoting her to a full professorship, despite the fact that the tweet was censored by Twitter for hate speech.
The media’s reaction was to portray Gopal as the victim of bullying while feigning infinitely greater outrage over a “white lives matter” banner that was flown over a soccer match in Manchester.
More hateful tweets have now been discovered, including one discussion where Gopal states, “I resist urges to kneecap white men every day. So, no **I** am the hero.”
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Race-baiting leftist prankster Sacha Baron Cohen infiltrated and disrupted a Second Amendment rally in Olympia, Washington on Saturday by disguising himself as a country singer then proceeding to sing a song called “Throw The Jew Down The Well” on stage.
Cohen used fake donors and a fake production company to set up the “March For Our Rights 3” event for his racist stunt.
Co-founder of the freedom rally Allen Acosta said that Cohen and his team approached them as a group called “Back To Work USA” from Orange County, California, whereby they offered to provide security, portapotties, barriers, bands, and a stage for the event.
“As of this morning, we had two bands; the band that opened, and the band that’s closing right now, the Gatling Brothers,” an organizer said on Facebook. Well, the second band started playing their set, and about halfway into the set, or where I’d expect them to be about done, they started into an incredibly racist song.”
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The founder of the New York Times’ 1619 Project and Pulitzer Prize winner wrote a letter as a sophomore, colorfully condemning all white people in a barnstorming screed to the editor in Notre Dame’s The Observer.
A common theme in recent weeks has been anti-white racism, following the Black Lives Matter-led backlash that ensued after the in-custody killing of George Floyd. Several opinion pieces promoted fallacious notions of so-called “white privilege” – which is now widely accepted as gospel to many.
Nicole Hannah-Jones wrote a piece titled “Modern Savagery” in 1995 where she accused the “savage” white race of being “the biggest murderer, rapist, pillager, and thief of the modern world,” in a letter exercising questionable historical understanding.
A citizen from the newly declared Seattle Autonomous Zone or CHAZ warned White America that if things didn’t change that property damage, looting and violence would continue.
The man identified by Post Millennial Editor-at-Large Andy Ngo as Luis Marquez, a prominent member of radical left-anarchist group Antifa, made the statement in a brief interview to Elijah Schaeffer.
Ngo wrote: “That’s Luis Marquez. He’s a prominent Antifa militant in the Portland area who travels to other states. But the media will tell you there are no antifa in the occupation zone.”
In the brief clip, Marquez says: “The only time we are heard is when we burn sh*t down and if white America doesn’t want to get it right they are going to see more burning, more looting.”
He continues: “S*** needs to be equal, the jails are filled with people that look like me and that look like you.”
A New York Times columnist wrote an article in which he demanded that people ditch family members who don’t make financial donations to Black Lives Matter.
“The fear that when I go for my morning stroll through Central Park or to 7-Eleven for an AriZona Iced Tea, I won’t make it back home. I fear I won’t get to celebrate my parents’ 40th anniversary; I won’t get to add money to my nephew’s brokerage account on his third birthday; I won’t get to take my partner out dancing in her favorite Bed-Stuy bars.”
Sanders then attacks his liberal friends for burdening him with their white guilt.
Democratic Minnesota Governor Tim Walz on Friday night appeared to try and shift the blame for the relentless riots in his city onto “white supremacists.”
“When asked by a reporter if Walz was aware of rumors that white supremacists had joined some of the looting he said, ‘My suspicious and what I’ve seen on this, yes,’” NBC News reported.
Michelle Malkin predicted similar would happen just hours earlier.
Star Wars actor John Boyega has been praised for a series of social media posts speaking out against racism.
The first post, a tweet that reads, “I really f***ing hate racists”, was written in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers.
The original tweet attracted more than one million likes on the social media website. When some people criticised Boyega’s use of a swear word, the actor remained defiant.
“This is my own personal account. I am not here for the kids,” he wrote back.
In a passionate Instagram Live video, Boyega continued to address the subject.
“That’s a continuous cycle, going on”, he said of the George Floyd killing, which has sparked protests in Minneapolis.
“I don’t live in the States, but I’m Black,” he continued. “F*** that. So I’ll say it again: f*** you racist white people. I said what I said. And if you don’t f***ing like it, go suck a d***.”
The culprit behind the horrific beating of an elderly man at a nursing home in Detroit made a YouTube video in which he asserted that “black people are supposed to rule the earth.”
Footage emerged yesterday of a man later identified as 20-year-old Jadon Hayden beating up a defenseless elderly white man by repeatedly punching him in the face.
Another clip shows him beating an elderly white woman.
Hayden uploaded the videos to his social media accounts but after the clips started to go viral on Twitter he was quickly arrested by police.
Content Hayden had previously uploaded to his YouTube channel suggested he holds black supremacist beliefs.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden (D) declared Friday morning that if black Americans are unsure whether to support him over President Donald Trump in the November election, “then you ain’t black.”
Biden made the unsolicited racially-charged remark as he departed his virtual interview with Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne tha God.
“If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black,” Biden told Charlamagne, not in response to any question, but to the host’s statement: “It’s a long way until November, we’ve got more questions.”