Black Super Liberal Hates Conservatives, Then ‘Something’ Happens To Her That Changes Everything

Give me all the theories you want, and the charts, and the data and evidence – at the end of the day, the only real thing that changes people’s minds is this: personal experience. If you haven’t felt it, seen it, or heard it, it simply won’t sink in.

For liberals, that means the more you personally experience conservative principles, the more likely you are to believe that conservatives are right. Experience is everything.

This is terribly important. Because while we might highlight the stories of liberal intolerance, or hypocrisy, or willful blindness to data, the only real thing that will convince a liberal of conservative truth is actual, face-to-face interaction with a conservative.

Or, in this liberal’s case, interaction with other liberals.

Because it’s the insane and frothing liberal overreaction to Trump’s election that convinces liberal Candace Owens to join the conservative ranks.

The Daily Caller reports:

Spunky and authentic video blogger Candace Owens recently began breaking out of “the mental prison” that white liberals have created for minorities.

Owens’ message to liberals is simple, but revolutionary: “Think for yourself; come to your own conclusions.”

That conclusion probably sounds pretty calm and relaxed. But to libs, it’s not. Apparently, it’s nothing short of apocalyptic.

Because, for libs, the ability to think for yourself means the ability to become conservative…and that’s just notsomething they want.

(It should go without saying here – but I’ll say it anyway – that Candace Owens is a black American vlogger. Which means, to put it bluntly, that her opinions are not treated fairly by libs, but are run through a series of Progressive Filters that screen out ‘offensive to liberals’ content.)

The name of her vlog, “Myth of the Coon,” is a signal to those who defame and hope to silence her. She obviously doesn’t care about hostile labels.

Democrats and liberals are losing people “by the thousands every day, [because] they can’t stop lying.” The attacks and character assassination, calling people “white nationalists” or “Hitler,” has gone too far.

We’ve seen before the effects of black Americans becoming conservative – they’re ostracized, marginalized, and treated as – and this is just sad – minorities. Candace Owens is no different.

But the rest of us should realize how important it is when a Democrat, with a history of voting Democrat, becomes a conservative…just by watching how people treat Donald Trump.

Truth is, sincere Americans recognize mean and pettiness when they see it.

And then they change parties.

Source: Daily Caller,myrightamerica.com

Immigrant Shoots White Guy Because Of ‘Racist’ Look, Instantly Realizes He Picked On Wrong White Boy

For all of the concerns that pop up over how illegal immigration affects the United States as a whole, we have nowhere near the problems at hand as the folks over in Europe do.

In fact, we need to look no further than across the big old pond for what can happen when scores of immigrants are left unchecked.

The effects are chilling, and we’re not just talking about an increased terror threat. Integrating folks into a society that they’re not accustomed to dealing with can lead to some untenable situations.

Mad World News passes along another disturbing incident that demonstrates that fact.

When a Swedish citizen received a knock at the door of his home in Gävle, he was greeted by 4 angry Eritrean migrants who demanded he move his white Volvo from its position in the street in front of his house.

Initially, the migrants demanded that frightened guests lower their eyes and not look at them before launching into an inane tirade, claiming that the car’s position on the street “persecuted” him.

When the man refused to move his vehicle, one of the migrants pulled out a starting pistol and fired it directly into the man’s thigh. Unfortunately for him, this only made their white victim angry.

Friar Tider reports that after shooting the unnamed white man in the leg, the injured victim took down the armed migrant and wrestled the gun away from him.

Incredibly, the injured Swede managed to fight off all 4 migrants before police arrived and arrested the 21-year-old Eritrean asylum seeker.

While it’s certainly impressive that the victim stood up for himself and fended off the attackers, the fact of the matter is that he never should have had to deal with such nonsense in the first place.

The victim explained to police that the men had accused him of racism for not agreeing to move his car before finally brandishing the starting gun and shooting him in the leg.

“Do not look at me!” shouted one of the Africans at the first man. “Damn racist, we take as much we want! It’s not your street!” the Africans screamed at a woman.

When the migrant, who has not been named, was arrested, he told police that he shot the man because he believed he, like all white people, is racist.

“He looked crazy at me. I have to protect myself. Everybody is racist!”

Violent incidents are not the sole domain of illegal immigrants. As we all know, it’s quite the contrary.

However, the risks of such things taking place are only increased when gobs of people with outlandish beliefs are given free rein to come and go as they please.

For those that insist on portraying people that are concerned about the effects of immigration as being heartless and cold, a closer examination of the facts and a long look in the mirror are way overdue.

Source: Mad World News, myrightamerica.com

New Racist DNC Email Leaked…Democrats Are Rushing To Cover Up Everything It Said About ‘Whites’

Usually, when the requirements for your next job interview include the message ‘no whites need apply,’ you can probably assume the job is in the film industry…and that the job is playing a character who’s a minority. Usually. Unless you’re working at the Democratic National Committee.

In which case, it might just be that you’re being discriminated against.

We’re not joking. The DNC is currently looking for qualified staffers to fill certain job openings. But the ‘qualifications’ the DNC is looking for? Some of them have to do with the color of your skin…and if you’re white, you need not apply.

I guess there’s not enough diversity in Democrat tech jobs.

Fox News reports:

White men need not apply.

That’s the message from a Democratic National Committee data services manager, currently on the hunt to fill multiple vacancies in the tech department.

The political organization, which routinely makes grand statements about inclusion, recently sent an email to its employees. Though the DNC is looking for a “staff of diverse voices and life experiences,” it apparently doesn’t mean white men.

“I personally would prefer that you not forward to cisgender straight white males, as they are already in the majority.”

Impressive.

You’d think that, what with all the liberal scandals being exposed these days, people would realize that things that they email will eventually be exposed to the light of day. This has been a pattern for a ­long­_time_now.

Apparently, the DNC didn’t get the memo.

They were, however, very quick to distance themselves from the email. Which should tell you one thing – even senior leadership knew this was racist, and wrong.

“The email in question was not authorized by the DNC nor was it authorized by senior leadership,” spokesman Michael Tyler told Fox News.

“All hiring decisions at the DNC are made consistent with the DNC’s commitment to equal employment opportunity and hiring an inclusive and talented staff.”

This is the sound of backpedaling, folks.

It shouldn’t take a rocket scientist to confirm what conservatives have known for years – hiring anyone on the basis of anything other than their skills is essentially either racism or nepotism. Both are wrong. They’re wrong whether they’re used against white guy, a black guy, or a gay Muslim Pakistani.

The Democrats don’t even have a basic grasp of morality.

Source: Fox News,myrightamerica.com

Mike Rowe Absolutely Destroys Guy Who Accuses Him Of Being A White Nationalist

“Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe had some choice words Tuesday night in response to a question he got accusing him of harboring “white nationalist” sympathies.

Rowe posted a question submitted to him on his Facebook page that accused the TV host’s advocacy for the skilled trades of amounting to anti-intellectualism, and therefore racism.

A man named Chuck Adkins asked, “One of the tenants of white nationalism is that college educated people are academic elitests. Comment? No? I’m not surprised. You never take a political stand because you don’t want to alienate anybody. Its bad for business. I get it. But there is a current of anti intellectualism in this country – promoted by Republicans. Those people love you, and they think your initiative is their initiative. Meanwhile, the rest of the world is kickin our ass academically.”

Rowe, a popular jovial TV personality, went off in a long, brutal response

“Since we’re being candid, allow me to say how much I dislike your post. Everything about it annoys me – your smug and snarky tone, your appalling grammar, your complete lack of evidence to support your claims, and of course, the overarching logical fallacy that informs your entire position,” Rowe wrote. “What really bugs me though, is the fact that you’re not entirely wrong. It’s true; I haven’t shared any political opinions this week, in part anyway, because doing so might very well be ‘bad for business.’”

“What can I say? I work for half-a-dozen different companies, none of whom pay me to share my political opinions. I run a non-partisan foundation, I’m about to launch a new show on Facebook, and I’m very aware that celebrities pay a price for opening their big fat gobs. Gilbert Gottfried, Kathy Griffin, Colin Kaepernick, Milo Yiannopoulos…even that guy from Google who just got himself fired for mouthing off. There’s no getting around it – the first amendment does not guarantee the freedom to speak without consequences. And really, that’s fine by me,” he continued.

“So no – I’m not going to share my personal feelings about Charlottesville, President Trump, or the current effort to remove thousands of statues of long dead soldiers from the public square. Not just because it’s ‘bad for business,’ but because it’s annoying. I can’t think of a single celebrity whose political opinion I value, and I’m not going to assume the country feels any differently about mine,” Rowe wrote. “So, rather than blow myself up, or chime in with all the obvious observations about the cowardly scum in the pointy hats, I’m going to talk instead about my belief that comments like yours pose a far greater threat to the future of our country than the existence of a memorial to Thomas Jefferson, or a monument to George Washington. Ready?”

Then Rowe started in on Adkins’ insinuations.

“You say that White Nationalists believe that everyone who goes to college is an ‘academic elite.’ You then say that Republicans promote ‘anti-intellectualism.’ You offer no proof to support either claim, but it really doesn’t matter – your statements successfully connect two radically different organizations by alleging a shared belief,” Rowe said. “Thus, White Nationalists and The Republican Party suddenly have something in common – a contempt for higher education. Then, you make it personal. You say that Republicans “love” me because they believe that my initiative and ‘their’ initiative are one and the same. But of course, ‘their’ initiative is now the same initiative as White Nationalists.”

He continued “Very clever. Without offering a shred of evidence, you’ve implied that Republicans who support mikeroweWORKS do so because they believe I share their disdain for all things ‘intellectual.’ And poof – just like that, Republicans, White Nationalists, and mikeroweWORKS are suddenly conflated, and the next thing you know, I’m off on a press tour to disavow rumors of my troubling association with the Nazis!”

“Far-fetched? Far from it,” Rowe continued. “That’s how logical fallacies work. A flaw in reasoning or a mistaken belief undermines the logic of a conclusion, often leading to real-world consequences. And right now, logical fallacies are not limited to the warped beliefs of morons with tiki torches, and other morons calling for ‘more dead cops.’ Logical fallacies are everywhere.”

Not near done, Rowe wrote, “As I type this, a Democrat on CNN is making an argument that says, ‘because Thomas Jefferson owned slaves, those Republicans now opposed to tearing down his memorial are ‘pro-slavery,’ and therefore aligned with the modern day KKK.’ That’s a logical fallacy.

“Over on Fox, a Republican is arguing that ‘any Democrat who has not yet condemned the Senator from Missouri for publicly wishing that Donald Trump be assassinated, is guilty of wishing for the exact same thing.’ That’s a logical fallacy.

“Yesterday, on The Science Channel, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, a noted astronomer, tweeted that the ability of scientists to accurately predict the solar eclipse, was proof that predictions of global warming were also accurate. That’s a logical fallacy.”

Then Rowe turned the tables on his accuser, continuing, “Want to hear another one? Imagine something like this, unfolding over on MSNBC.

“‘Good Evening, America, our top story tonight… Chuck Atkins is a racist! Why? Because he can’t spell. Just look at his grammar! In a recent post on Mike Rowe’s Facebook page, Mr. Atkins, while bemoaning America’s global academic standing, not only misspelled ‘elitist,’ he used ‘tenants’ when he meant ‘tenets.’ He neglected to use a hyphen in ‘anti-intellectual,’ and he misplaced several commas and apostrophes! But why is he a racist, you ask? Simple. Because everyone knows racists are ignorant. Chuck Atkins is clearly a poor speller. Poor spelling and grammar are signs of ignorance. Ergo – Chuck Atkins is a racist! Boom! The matter is settled!”

“There’s not much we can do about the news, but here on Facebook, I think we can do better. This isn’t Twitter,” Rowe said. “We’re not limited to a few inflammatory sentences and a flurry of emojis. Take a moment, Chuck. Think. Make a rational argument. Otherwise, just link us to a cat video. People love those, and they’re almost never ‘bad for business.’ (Unless of course, the cat gets hurt. People hate that.) Just don’t assume that people will care about your beliefs, if you’re not willing to back them up with some relevant facts and a rational conclusion. Here, for instance, are a few facts that matter to me, with respect to my foundation and the recurring charge of ‘fostering anti-intellectualism.’”

Rowe then defended his charitable work, writing, “mikeroweWORKS is a PR campaign for the skilled trades. For the last nine years, we’ve partnered with numerous trade schools, raised millions of dollars for work-ethic scholarships, and called attention to millions of jobs that don’t require a four-year degree. But that doesn’t mean we’re ‘anti-intellectual.’ We’re not even ‘anti-college.’ We simply reject the popular notion that a four-year degree is the best path for the most people. And we’re hardly alone.

“Millions of reasonable people – Republicans and Democrats alike – are worried that our universities are doing a poor job of preparing students for the real world. They’re worried about activist professors, safe spaces, the rising cost of tuition, a growing contempt for history, and a simmering disregard of the first amendment. These people are concerned that our universities – once beacons of free speech – now pander to a relatively small percentage of students who can’t tolerate any political opinion that challenges their own. And they’re concerned – deeply concerned – that millions of good jobs are currently vacant that don’t require a four-year degree, or any of the catastrophic debt that comes with it.”

Returning to the original attack, Rowe concluded, “Again – these are not the concerns of ‘anti-intellectuals.’ They are the concerns of people who care about the future of the country. I don’t know how many of these people are Republicans, but I can assure you that no one who actually supports my initiative is remotely confused about my feelings on education, because I’ve been crystal clear on that topic from the very beginning. To quote Thomas Jefferson, (while I still can,) ‘If a nation expects to be ignorant and free and live in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.’ On this point, my foundation does not equivocate.

“In other words, Chuck, I have no idea what The White Nationalists think about my efforts, or the Republicans, the Democrats, the elitists, the Italians, the Presbyterians, the unions, or the self-proclaimed anti-intellectuals. And really, I couldn’t care less. My question is, why do you? Mike”

After his long rant, Rowe added two postscripts to lighten the mood a bit.

“PS. Ok, I’ve just re-read this, (in a desperate search for typos,) and I want to apologize for pointing out that you’re a lousy speller. This is probably not the time to trot out The Grammar Nazi, but your tenor and tone pissed me off, and I responded in my own snarky way. Sorry,” he wrote.

“PPS Maybe this is how political correctness begins? Maybe we start by correcting each other’s grammar, and then move on to the business of correcting everything else? Today a missing hyphen, tomorrow a missing monument. Or, maybe not,” he concluded.

Source:dailycaller.com