Boston Red Sox Fan Reports A Racial Slur, And A Lifetime Ban Results free speech is DEAD if you are a white in AmeriKa


12 thoughts on “Boston Red Sox Fan Reports A Racial Slur, And A Lifetime Ban Results free speech is DEAD if you are a white in AmeriKa

  1. Ms LL2

    There are three aspects of this incident that are disturbing. The first is that this is an example of our free speech being stifled. This was one man speaking to another man, one on one. This was not a public announcement. It was meant as a commentary of the performance-most likely an accurate critique-spoken to another man that the speaker assumed would not be offended. The fact that the man who heard the comment was offended where none was intended is a symptom of the politically correct snowflake culture that our country is embracing with its ever weakened arms.
    The second aspect of this incident that is troubling is the fact that when the man reported his personal offense, the establishment decided to punish the free speaker by banning him from the stadium for life. Can I hear over-kill? He should not have been reprimanded at all. The guy who ratted him out should have been bitch slapped and told to grow a pair. Seriously, the word “niggared” spoken should not cause such an emotional reaction. Get over it. My Mom taught me not to get all riled up over what people say: Sticks and stones….
    The third part that is disturbing is the fact that this news article was at the top of my news feed as one of the most read stories this morning…. This might be the most worrying part of this. Why are Americans so uber focused on such piddly shit in the news. This is NOT news people. Let’s start focusing on real issues. PC bullshit agenda is not an issue. Wake up.

    1. Tim

      Lest you forget. any speech that “triggers” is hate speech. Which is violence.

      I will not mention that real violence from those that claim to be “anti fascist” or bamn is just their
      “free speech”.

      The world has gone absolutely nuts and nuts are running the show.

      Keep those magazines full and those blades sharp.

    2. neocon01 Post author

      the man who ALLEGEDLY made the “racist” remark was ejected and banned, I hope he hires the most rabid lawyer and sues the shiite out of the people who violated his rights and punished him for his “reported” slight.

  2. neocon01 Post author

    more lunacy from a demented, deranged, hack who bills himself as a “comedian”

    “”Sir, you attract more skinheads than free Rogaine,” Colbert said during his profanity-laced rant, which was bleeped during the telecast. “You have more people marching against you than cancer. You talk like a sign language gorilla that got hit in the head. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s c–k holster.”

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  3. neocon01 Post author

    Anthropologist defends the indefensible
    By Rebecca Downs
    An unimaginable, horrific, and traumatic procedure found its way into the news recently. For the first time since the 20-year law banning it has been in effect, two doctors were charged for performing the procedure on minor girls.

    The procedure is female genital mutilation, and it’s called that because that’s what it is. As with calling out Islamic terrorism, it’s imperative to call an evil what it is.

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  4. neocon01 Post author


    Thanks, POTUS, for breaking up the annual correspondents’ circle-jerk
    By Ilana Mercer
    As a newly elected president, Donald Trump was quick to take one of Washington’s institutional pillars down a peg. By snubbing the 2017 annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD), the president deflated what should have been more appropriately called the Sycophants’ Supper. Would that it were the last such supper. For now, the POTUS’s slap to this gathering of sycophants this past weekend will have to do.

    Like nothing else, the annual Correspondents’ Dinner is a mark of a corrupt politics. It’s a sickening spectacle, where some of the most pretentious, worthless people in the country – in politics, journalism, and entertainment – convene to revel in their ability to petition and curry favor with one another, usually to the detriment of the rest of us in Rome’s provinces.

    Those gathered at the Annual Correspondents’ Dinner are not the country’s natural aristocracy, but its authentic idiocracy. No matter how poor their predictive powers, no matter how many times they get it wrong – in war and in peace – the presstitutes always find time for this orgy of self-praise.

    And they’re all on the same circuit, beavering at sculpting celebrity personas. Anchors at major networks hang out on late-night shows, where presidents and first ladies hobnob, too. Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show may be a vaudeville of giggles, goofiness, and mind-numbing banter. But providing bread and circuses for the Booboisie comes with a “responsibility” that the dancing, prancing, androgynous Mr. Fallon takes seriously. To his tomfoolery, Fallon once added a spot of promotion for Obamacare (March 2014), to honor Michelle Obama’s visit to the set. Fallon’s lead was a signal to Sister Act. FLOTUS launched into her own agitprop for her husband’s health care juggernaut on that show.

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  5. neocon01 Post author

    How the New York Times Proved Trump’s Case for Firing James Comey

    In an extensive article published last month that included interviews with more than 30 current and former law enforcement officials, congressional officials and other government employees, the New York Times published a stinging indictment of James B. Comey’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe.
    The Times made the case that Comey violated FBI tradition, bypassed the Justice Department and went rogue on several occasions in a manner that clearly impacted the 2016 presidential election.

    In a letter on Tuesday from Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein recommending that Comey be fired, Rosenstein specifically cited Comey’s alleged mishandling of the Clinton email probe as justification for Comey’s removal from office.

    “I cannot defend the Director’s handling of the conclusion of the investigation of secretary Clinton’s emails,” Rosenstein wrote. “And I do not understand his refusal to accept the nearly universal judgment that he was mistaken. Almost everyone agrees that the Director made serious mistakes; it is one of the few issues that unites people of diverse perspectives.”

  6. Tim

    Long past time for this turd to get flushed. No that the lever has been pushed, progtardia has decided to hop into the toilet with him.

    I am amused by this. See?


    In other nooz, President Trump gets two scoops of Ice Cream. Impeach him now!!!

    Long live hillzebub and her private email server!!!


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