"Patriots are not revolutionaries trying to overthrow the government of the United States.
Patriots are Counter-Revolutionaries trying to prevent the government from overthrowing the Constitution."
The Coach’s Team (TCT) offers the best in conservative essays along with articles taken from various internet sites. The victory of Donald Trump has provided a God-sent opportunity to reverse the years of willful damage done our nation by Barack Hussein Obama.
"I have a
horrible story to bring you about a woman named Sherita Dixon-Cole," Black
Lives Matter activist Shaun
that she had been sexually assaulted during a traffic stop by a Texas police
officer. The story, like so many black victimhood myths about police officers,
turned out to be a lie. Body camera footage conclusively disproved it. But by
then the damage was done.
The Root had
posted a photo of
the officer as part of a post alleging a racist culture of police rape.
“Black women have always… found themselves at the intersection of state and
sexual violence, because this country teaches men… that black women are
disposable,” it insisted.
pseudo-academic jargon of social justice were the same racial prejudices and
tribal fears of victimized women that led to Emmet Till’s death. Only this time
the races were reversed.
And the vigilantes
organized a cyber-lynching party by sending hate and abuse to a completely
different Texas cop who shared the same last name.
And to his
South Carolina, Rev. Jerrod Moultrie, who also heads the local NAACP, claimed
that a police officer had "racially profiled" him and harassed him
"cause I was driving a Mercedes Benz".
Jerrod Moultrie; police body cam proved he was lying
Once again, body cam
video proved that it
never happened. But the NAACP announced that it was conducting its own
investigation and claimed that there might have been another racist cop.
“Racial profiling, in
this context, concerns the reasons for stopping a particular vehicle at a
particular time, not whether the officer conducting the stop (or any other
officer on the scene) is impolite,” it stated. Since it’s impossible to prove
that a traffic stop wasn’t racially motivated (the impossibility of proving a
negative fuels paranoid fantasies about ubiquitous racism), that’s guilty until
Why were Shaun King,
the NAACP and assorted black nationalists willing to believe the worst of white
police officers? Black victimhood is based on the fragility of black people and
the evil of white people.
Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote
The World and Me that the police officers and firefighters who died on
September 11 “were not human to me. Black, white, or whatever, they were
menaces of nature; they were the fire, the comet, the storm, which could — with
no justification — shatter my body.”
dehumanization. Coates’ exaggerated sense of his own victimhood had him
dehumanize the FDNY firefighters who climbed 78 floors with heavy equipment on
their backs to rescue people, regardless of race or color, as inhuman menaces.
Not people, but violent forces. The poetry of Coates’ victimhood is marinated
in the self-pity of the racist for the prejudices that made him a bigot.
And if police
officers aren’t really people, it’s easy to believe the worst of them.
Sherita was so readily
believed, despite the lack of evidence, because her claims clicked with the
prejudices of black nationalists. The NAACP went on defending Moultrie because
it was easier to believe in a white racist conspiracy than to believe their own
lying eyes. That’s what prejudice does to you.