Kansas City sportswriter Jason Whitlock loves to stoke controversy. So after he blamed Jovan Belcher´s murder-suicide on the "gun culture" -- inspiring NBC Sports lecturer Bob Costas -- in an interview with Roland Martin, he added fuel to the fire by claiming "the NRA is the new KKK." Apparently, black youths are "armed" by the NRA, and they´re also responsible for loading up black neighborhoods with drugs: WHITLOCK: Sports gets so much attention, and people tune out the real world, that I try to take advantage of the opportunity
Comments: Un.be.lievable! There is just no reason anymore in the media. It is just stunning to behold. I have to say the comments from Whitlock are shocking because he has been rather reasonable in the past.
This is just the start. Belcher didn´t murder his girlfriend and kill himself, whitey did it. White gun makers are flooding the inner cities with handguns to induce innocent youths to kill each other. It´s all racist! The usual suspects will soon be out in force, Reverend Al, Maxine the Mouth, Jesse Jackson, Oprah, et al.
And might I remind everyone that the Democrat Party are the new Slave Owners...Blacks are owned and are dissed at every opportunity. Vote for us and we give you chicken bones for food and your children have no shoes.
Uh, remember how all of us used to be the good guys? How we all lived by the teachings of God and the laws of our nation, at every level?
Yeah, we´ll all be in jail soon, for something. Doesn´t matter what..... could be for typing messages like this. Could be due to emails we send our, or our FB pages. Could be because somebody somewhere reported to the authorities that we did, or said, something they were offended by. Could even be because of our voter registrations.... they´ll be watching for us, and only us, to commit some new crime they just thought of.
Remember DHS missive concerning ´´domestic terrorists´´ as, basically, US? Did you know it had been updated? http://info.publicintelligence.net/DHS-ExtremismLexicon.pdf
Many years ago, this idiot was a sportscaster here in St Louis and didn´t know s*ht from shinola then either. I have no idea how he got picked up by the networks way back then. Plain and simple, he´s an idiot - - always was, always will be. Another lib who achieved well beyond his level of incompetence, and therefore thinks he is smart and has something of value to say.
Well, opinions are like anal sphincters (ASs)...everyone has one. Bob and Jason are (ASs) and not qualified nor experienced to offer a credible position on this. I assume now that the MSM has come out and shown its true colors, I offer my opinion that ABCCBSNBC is the Pravda of the new USSA. Not to be believed, but to be closely monitored as an excellent open source intel media IOT glean where the National and International socialists are headed.
Actually, after being defeated in the Civil War, southern Democrats stripped newly-freed blacks of their Second Amendment rights, right around the time that Democrats founded the Ku Klux Klan and began using it as their party´s domestic terrorism wing.
Jason Whitlock and Bob Costas are just about the most ignorant, arrogant, witless pieces of excrement you could ever run across.
The NRA doesn´t promote gun violence, drug use or gang membership. Those cultural poisons are peddled largely by black popular culture.
Headline: ´´Columnist Who Inspired Bob Costas Drops New Bomb: ´The NRA Is the New KKK´´´
And why don´t you run with that thought next Sunday night, Boob Costas!
Seriously, I like the NFL, but in the wake of these dramatic and shocking deaths, I think little Bob Costas in his own clever way was trying to deflect the immediate spotlight away from serious NFL problems, like the prevalence drugs and violence.
Well played #21. Indeed the gun control movement in this nation shares the same roots at the KKK, limiting the power and freedom of the freed former slaves.
What freightens me is how the big lies have been repeated enough to prove the "big lie" theory. We have droves of brainwashed masses that accept this drivel.
"There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.”—Booker T. Washington in his 1911 book, My Larger Education
I was wondering how long it would be after the so-called election for the left to come out swinging against the 2nd amendment.
I was actually surprised it took them this long. The NFL shooting was an instant trigger for them. So far, not one single word about the "Roid Rage" effect of all the gallons of steroids these super athlete millionaires inject. Well, I am seeing lines drawn in the sand now. Take away guns from law abiding whities and leave the "Hood" thugs well armed- they the tough ones, best be leavin´ dem folks alone! White boys are easy.
A lot of words about guns hereabouts; all for naught because amoral people will kill with whatever they can lay their hands on. Think about the few words spoken by God to the amoral couple of this Gun Article when they faced His judgment to get out of His face, the ultimate DIS.
A 20-something African American youth that never knew his father. His mother is working a minimum wage job at best, a crack addict at worst. He probably lives with his grandma or aunt as the State has taken custody away from his biological mother. He watches the glorification of violence, the drug culture, subjugation of women, theft and the squandering of money and his freedom from hip hop videos, Hollywood movies and the NBA. In other words today´s pop culture. He has multiple tattoos paying tribute to his multiple children with multiple mothers. He is a low level drug dealer selling $20 bags of crack and marijuana. In a deal gone bad in the abandoned house he is squatting, he shoots another 20 something with a similar background.
On Fox News this morning, Alan Colmes, of all people, thought that both Whitlock and Costas overreacted. Jon Scott, for once, hung in their and drove home his point that people kill people. It´s not the guns.
ESPN´s ´Pardon the Interruption´ just opened with a discussion of this. The hideous, pompous, racist Mike Wilbon praised Costas and Whitlock, the coward Kornheiser didn´t jump on the bandwagon but let Wilbon´s toxicity stand. Would that the Wilbons of the world would just stew in their own juices but sadly the stench permeates our country.
Well gun owners and 2nd Amendment supporters it looks like we are all klansman now. Would somebody call these race hustlers out and poke a hole in this phoney crap. As a judge once said in a congressional hearing looking for communist in the 1950´s, "Congressman have you no shame." Mr. Costa I ask you the same. Of course he doesn´t.
I hollered at the TV during the halftime when Costas went on his anti-2nd amendment soapbox quoting Whitlock, who in the past had commented intelligently about the culture of violence in the NBA particularly. Apparently the rest of the racists scorned and shamed him into this latest KKK/NRA diatribe
Well, Jason, now that you´ve blamed guns and Whitey for what Belcher did, you can now blame the white teachers you had. Evidently they didn´t teach you correct English because they are racists. "Between he and his girl friend..." Please.
Guess what? Jovan Belcher would have beat his girl friend to death anyway: http://www.schnittshow.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html?feed=124415&article=10613083. He was quite adept at being a punk pos. Of course, it´s much harder beating yourself to death, but all Belcher had to do was to walk in the wrong areas of KC and flash a wad of cash and some jewelry around and his bro´s woulda taken care of beating him to death.
This is easy Jason. I could say YOU are a racist using your position in the media to encourage laws that will result in more rapes, robberies and murders of innocent Americans. You don´t protect innocent Americans by disarming them. You only make the streets safer for criminals. Why do you hate innocent Americans Jason? If you are really concerned about inner city gun crime YOU ought to join the NRA and help them pressure Democrat mayors to use Project Exile which requires a minimum 5 year sentence in a federal prison out of the area for a gun crime. YOUR Democrat mayors resist this plan and instead dismiss or plea bargain away gun crimes. That fact is easily verified. So, shut your ignorant mouth and do something to help stop gun violence instead of encouraging rape, robbery and murder.
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