Flashback: Farrakhan Said “Stalk Them and Kill Them”

It’s been over a month since Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan called on his followers to rise up and kill their enemies, and the silence of the Obama Justice Department has been deafening.

Likewise,  the MSM has been shamefully quiet, too — as if this is acceptable behavior for the leader of a 50,000-strong denomination. It most certainly isn’t.

Farrakhan’s shocking words came during a July 30 speech at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Miami:

“The Koran teaches persecution is worse than slaughter. Then it says, retaliation is prescribed in matters of the slain. Retaliation is a prescription from God to calm the breaths of those whose children have been slain,” Farrakhan said.

“So if the federal government will not intercede in our affairs, then we must rise up and kill those who kill us. Stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling,” he added.

Newsmax Talk Show host Steve Malzberg wonders, like I did earlier this month, how this unhinged maniac can get away making a direct threat against whites (more specifically cops) and not face any consequences.

But it gets worse.

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Via Breitbart: ARMED BLACK PANTHERS TO TEXAS COPS: ‘WE WILL START CREEPING UP ON YOU IN THE DARKNESS’

Not part of a chant, the march leader, wearing the rank of colonel, shouted directly to Harris County mounted deputies through a megaphone. “You think we’re not pissed off a bunch about y’all killing our sisters? You think it’s okay? [We’re] the wrong n***ers to mess with. You’re gonna stop doing what you’re doing, or we will start creeping up on you in the darkness.”

This was said two weeks prior to the assassination Harris County Deputy Darren H. Goforth.

Shannon Miles, a black male, allegedly came “creeping up” behind Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth in the darkness on the night of August 28. While Goforth stood at a convenience store pumping gas into his patrol vehicle, Miles allegedly raised a pistol and shot him dead.

Slogans of the Black Lives Matter/Black Grievance industry:  

“Stalk them and kill them”

“We will start creeping up on you in the darkness.”

“When those mother f**kers are by themselves, that’s when when we should start f***ing them up.”

“Pigs in a Blanket, fry them like bacon.”

‘What do want, shoot back, what do we want, dead cops, when do we want it, now!”

How are these people not terrorists?

And does it surprise you that the DNC passed a resolution supporting Black Lives Matter at their summer meeting?

Does it further surprise you that BLM rejected the endorsement because the stupid, ridiculous, insipid, pathetic Dems are not radical enough for them?

The Democratic National Committee tried to genuflect over the weekend to the Black Lives Matter crowd, but got the back of the hand for its trouble — or the middle finger, more accurately.

UPDATE:

On the Kelly File, Monday night, Megyn Kelly brought up a fact I did not know about a Black Lives Matter supporter’s murder of the two cops in New York City, earlier this year:

“The morning before he killed those cops, he tweeted out: ‘Pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon,” she told Harris County Sheriff Hickman. “It’s a reference to dead cops.”

McKinney Mom Flees Town To Escape Harassment, Hires Gloria Allred, Tells Story

Tracey Carver is the blond white woman seen in a viral video trying to break up a fight at the McKinney pool party that ended up in a near riot.

The cop who was seen on video subduing the 15 year old black girl has already quit his job and fled town. His life is ruined. Witnesses who took the side of the police have experienced harassment and intimidation  since the incident happened.

Carver, who has been accused of racism, has also seen vile and virulent harassment and death threats – – and has been forced to flee town. She has hired celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred (!) to help her regain her reputation.

Welcome to ObamaMerica – where an end of the school-year pool party can turn into a horrific, life-changing nightmare for normal, middle class people who thought they were just in for a fun afternoon with their kids..

In a statement forwarded to The Dallas Morning News, Carver said that she was trying to defuse a fight between her friend and a young woman who pulled the friend’s hair. The McKinney woman noted she had to relocate to California because of threats against her and her family.

Tatyana Rhodes, a black 19-year-old woman, had told a photojournalist that another woman, who is white, told her to return to her public housing before slapping her in the face. Rhodes said she, her mother and sister live in the Craig Ranch subdivision and hosted the party there.

Correction: Rhodes hosted a competing party in the park next to the pool that she had advertised on social media as a pool party even though she wasn’t authorized to have a pool party – especially one with up to 200 non-residents at the pool (or even in the park.)

Rhodes claimed on Youtube that the white woman “was saying things such as, ‘black F-er,’ and ‘That’s why you live in Section 8 homes.’”

Her white friend Grace Stone has been active on Twitter and MSNBC corroborating this side of the story. (Neither of the two seem particularly bright, or compelling or believable.) Her father, who I’ve seen in a couple of interviews backing up his daughter,  doesn’t explain why his 14 year old daughter was allowed to be at an unauthorized, out of control party at a subdivision she doesn’t live in.

It’s bad enough that these teens thought that it was okay to break rules and disturb the peace. What’s up with their adult enablers?

You want to hear what really happened at the McKinney pool party? Here’s Tracy Carver and her counsel, Gloria Allred (!) and a black friend who’s considered part of her family, to explain.

Black McKinney Pool Party Witness Now Receiving Death Threats (Video)

Benet Embry, a resident of McKinney, Texas, has done more than anyone to diffuse the racial powder-keg that the #BlackLivesMatter crowd is trying to light on fire. He is the resident who posted on Facebook that the media was getting the story wrong and people were being “bamboozled.” He has given multiple interviews trying to straighten out the record.  Monday night, he appeared on both Fox News and CNN to share his eye-witness account of what happened. For this, he is being thanked with death threats.

Monday night he reiterated to Sean Hannity that the incident “had nothing to do with race.”

Via Gateway Pundit:

“Let me be clear. The subdivision I live in is not a racist community. It is a diverse subdivision, black, white, Hispanic, East Indian, American Indian, all living together in friendship… Going back to the incident at the pool. It was a pool party out of control there. Out of 130 kids only seven caused a whole bunch of confusion.”

On CNN, he told host Erin Burnett that he and some other residents were now receiving death threats for sticking up for the police and saying that the incident was not racially motivated. Apparently not *all* black lives matter.

Police and residents in McKinney, Texas have become the subjects of death threats, bounties and doxxing over the incident at the pool party.

The only bright spot is the fact that POTUS is out of the country so he hasn’t had a chance to weigh in on this, yet.

SEE ALSO:

Weasel Zippers: #McKinney Police Officer Receives Death Threats, He And His Family Go Into Hiding

Weasel Zippers: #McKinney Protest: The Radicals Bring The Road Show To Texas

Weasel Zippers: The #BlackLivesMatter Effect: Residents In #McKinney Threatened, Homes Vandalized

Mob of Unruly Black Teens Crash Private, End-of-School Pool Party, Harassing and Assaulting Party-Goers

Just so you know – that is not the headline we’ll  be seeing, this week, as the #BlackLivesMatter crowd is activated, and the media continues misreporting what happened.

Here’s the MSM version: 

A police officer in McKinney, Texas, has been placed on administrative leave after a video surfaced showing him wrestling a bikini-clad 14-year-old girl to the ground and aggressively confronting other teens at a pool party, police said Sunday.

You can thank NBC News for this damning screenshot – just look at this brute! She’s only 14-15 years old (I’ve seen both ages reported) and she “dindo nuffin!”

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Police officers were first called to the scene about 7:15 p.m. (8:15 p.m. ET) Friday to respond to a disturbance at the Craig Ranch Community North Pool in the Dallas area. Several more calls came in reporting that juveniles at the pool were “actively fighting,” police said.

McKinney Police Chief Greg Conley said officers who arrived on scene “encountered a large crowd that refused to comply with police commands.” Eventually, 12 officers converged on the party, he said. No one was injured, he said.

Here’s the shocking video. (You can’t really see what’s going on when the cop decides to take the girl down because they’ve almost moved out of the frame, but it’s clear that he unholstered his gun when he was quickly surrounded by numerous aggressive teens.)

A case can certainly be made based on that video that the cop over-reacted, and used undue force, but the residents of the neighborhood (white and black) are actually praising his actions controlling the mob. They say that the seven minute video only tells one part of the story – and the there was no racial element to what happened. Cops were called after a group of 70 to 100 unruly black teens jumped fences, crashed the pool party,  and harassed party-goers – parents with young children.

Screenshots from social media via Weasel Zippers:

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Embry told the Dallas Morning News:

“This is not a racist neighborhood,” said Benét Embry, a local radio personality who witnessed the incident. “There are a lot of good people in this community. It’s unfortunate that an event like this brings the spotlight.”

Embry, who is black, said he appreciated the police officers’ speedy response in calming a rowdy situation.

“That’s what they are supposed to do, protect us. I don’t know any other way he could have taken her down or established order,” he said.

Embry said that the teenagers started jumping over the fence into the party and causing a disturbance. He said the teenage girl seen in the video was talking back to Casebolt.

Via Weasel Zippers:

There was a community end of school party at a private HOA community pool. Some people were properly there, somewhere between 70-100 others began to jump the fence, threatening and fighting with the homeowners, who called security and the police after the violence started.

Here was some of the violence.

This apparently is a fight/struggle between a resident and the woman who sent out the rave invite. She was the one who essentially created the problem, because the teens themselves wouldn’t know they weren’t actually legitimately allowed to be there.

Well that was charming.

Meanwhile, of course, the usual suspects have leaped into action, calling it a racial incident and demanding firings. (Note – the people calling it “racially motivated” were not there.)

Via the Dallas Morning News:

Local activist Dominique Alexander, said the incident was “definitely a racially motivated thing” and said Casebolt “acted like he was a wild animal, just running around.”

His group, Next Generation Action Network, plans to hold a march at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Comstock Elementary in McKinney.

No male officer “should ever touch a young girl, half naked, 95 pounds and slam her,” Alexander said. “That was out of line. He should be fired.”

Mothers Against Police Brutality, a local group, called for Casebolt to be permanently removed from his position.

The ACLU of Texas said in a statement Sunday that the incident “appears to be a textbook case of overuse of force.”

“A well-trained police department would have responded more cautiously, with less hostility, and using sophisticated crowd control methods that favor de-escalation not escalation,” the statement says. “Without question, guns were not needed and in fact risked turning a group of partying teenagers into a violent encounter that could have turned deadly.”

And of course, Ferguson’s own Deray Mckesson is now involved.

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I can’t wait until Obama weighs in. Clearly, the police acted stupidly, here. We definitely need his input.  If we’re lucky – Al Sharpton himself will get involved. I’m sure the community is begging him to organize some rallies.

What? You thought the police were demoralized enough, already, after months of anti-police race-mongering? You thought the sky-rocketing crime-rates all across the nation might be a hint that it’s time to knock off the #BlackLivesMatter BS?  Hell, no –  the racial grievance industry is just getting started. More fun is yet to come, and the MSM is happy to play along.

This ugly incident and ensuing media circus has one resident of the neighborhood saying it feels like someone came and “pooped all over our lives.”

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And another resident weighs in.

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Welcome to Obama’s America, June 2015, where black mob violence is on the rise, cops are under fire for dealing with it, and the media plays up the phony, racialist narrative that fans the flames every. single. time.

It’s going to be a long, hot summer.

SEE ALSO:

Weasel Zippers: Riots Break Out At #SummerJam At MetLife Stadium In New Jersey:

I’m sure white oppression is to blame for this, too.

UPDATE:

Via Gateway Pundit:

Now here’s the rest of the story…
On Monday a local wrote in to Steve Noviello to tell the rest of the story.

PLEASE HELP! That (now viral) video of the officer in McKinney subduing a girl in a bathing suit was in OUR neighborhood. The situation was NOT what is being reported…

A DJ setup in a public space next to the private pool in our neighborhood on Friday and played loud explicit (F-bomb) music for multiple hours (it is unclear if he was invited by a resident as no one has claimed responsibility). The teenagers (both black and white) were being brought into our neighborhood by the carload because the DJ was tweeting out invites to a “pool party” for $15 (obviously unauthorized by our neighborhood). The teens began fighting with each other and pushing their way into our private pool. Some were jumping our fence. The security guard was accosted when he tried to stop the beginnings of this mob scene. Some residents who live around the park/pool area tried to come out and settle things down. The teens started yelling racial slurs at our neighbors and started assaulting people and property (throwing bottles at cars and attacking a mother at the pool with 3 young children). The first officer on the scene was by himself. At that time, the party had grown to a large, aggressive crowd. As the officer arrived, many teens started running through our neighborhood. Many of the teens were being very aggressive and yelling at the officers as more arrived.

This was a very dangerous situation for the officers AND the teens/residents not involved. The news media has refused to hear the neighborhood’s side of this story. The video being distributed is only a very small segment of what happened. This information being distributed by the media and others is extremely distorted and in some cases outright lies.

PLEASE HELP US STOP THE BROADCASTING OF THIS IGNORANCE. The media is trying to make it look like our neighborhood is a white’s only, racist area. Anyone who has spent even a few minutes in our area knows this is an outright LIE.

Black Judge Shames White Victims Of Home Invasion (Video)

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The reason Judge Olu Stevens of Louisville, Kentucky berated a family that was terrorized by two black home invaders – in court and on Facebook  – will knock your socks off. In all my years, I don’t think I’ve ever seen such an egregious example of race-card abuse.

The judge was “troubled” and “offended”  by the fact that a three year victim was so traumatized by a violent home invasion, she is now fearful of black males.

Jordan and Tommy Gray’s 3-year old daughter was watching “SpongeBob” when two black armed men broke into her home and robbed her family at gunpoint – one of the perps pointing a gun in her father’s face.

Mom and dad honestly noted on the their victim impact statement that she is still afraid of black men 2 years later.

“Whenever we are running errands, if we come across a black male, she holds me tight and begs me to leave,” the mother said. “It has affected her friendships at school and our relationships with African-American friends.”

Via US News:

Tommy Gray also wrote that since the crime, his daughter had been terrified of black males and that probation was not sufficient punishment for Gregory Wallace, 27, who had pleaded guilty to robbery.

“If holding a little girl at gunpoint gets you probation, then our system is flawed,” Gray said.

But when Wallace was brought up for sentencing Feb. 4 in Jefferson Circuit Court, it was the parents, not Wallace, who suffered Judge Olu Stevens’ wrath.

“I am offended. … I am deeply offended that they would be victimized by an individual and express some kind of fear of all black men,” he said.

“This little girl certainly has been victimized, and she can’t help the way she feels,” he said. “My exception is more with her parents and their accepting that kind of mentality and fostering those type of stereotypes.”

The Grays were not in court as Stevens denounced their statements and granted probation to Wallace, whom he said deserved the opportunity to redeem himself.

But they did see when Stevens condemned their statements again, in a post on Facebook.

“Do three year olds form such generalized, stereotyped and racist opinions of others?” he wrote. “I think not. Perhaps the mother had attributed her own views to her child as a manner of sanitizing them.”

That a supposedly unbiased judge would ask such an ridiculously biased  “leading question” does not speak well of him.

It’s obviously true that three year olds generally don’t develop “generalized, stereotyped and racist opinions (as if you could call her fears those things) “on their own.” This young tot had a little help – She was traumatized when a couple of black home invaders terrorized her family.  Is this judge stupid?

The family is obviously unhappy that the ordeal has negatively impacted their daughter’s view of blacks. How did he miss that? It’s why they listed it it on the impact statement.

Later Stevens said, “I wasn’t criticizing the victims, I was criticizing a statement that I thought was a generalization against an entire race of people.”

He was criticizing the feelings of a three year old victim of a crime. Shame on him. #SMDH

Meanwhile – –

Wallace and his accomplice, Marquis McAfee, both 27, were arrested about three weeks after the robbery. Both pleaded guilty and McAfee, who was on probation for a prior crime, was sentenced to 10 years in prison, which he is serving.

Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Richard Elder objected to probation for Wallace, who pleaded guilty to a 20-year sentence, saying he was “guilty as hell” and “put a gun in that little girl’s father’s face.”

Huge Palette Cleanser: 

WISTV: Man’s candid, honest video about race and traffic stops goes viral:

This is a heart-warming story and I’m glad it’s getting some attention. I wish the young man had worded a thing or two differently in his video – but his heart was definitely in the right place so kudos to him.

Obama: Ferguson Police Have Been ‘Oppressive and Objectionable’ – But There’s ‘No Excuse For Criminal Acts’

The president made his first public comments about the shooting of two Ferguson police officers in the deplorably passive-aggressive way we’ve come to expect from him.

During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night, he told the host, “What had been happening in Ferguson was oppressive and objectionable and was worthy of protest,” Obama said. “But there was no excuse for criminal acts.”

Obama was very concerned that the awkward violence (that he, Sharpton and Holder helped stoke) would detract from the social justice narrative he has been pushing. He made sure to let the nation know that he is not for the assassination of police officers in the street. It seemed important to him to keep reiterating how hard he believes LEO’s jobs are – and how the majority of them are not the racist oppressors he and his friends in the racial grievance industry keep harping about.

“Whoever fired those shots shouldn’t detract from the issue – they’re criminals – they need to be arrested,” he explained – (as if something that obvious needs to be explained.)

“And then, what we need to do is make sure that like-minded, good-spirited people on both sides – law enforcement, (who have a terrifically tough job) and people who understandably don’t want to be stopped just because of their race…. (Is it okay if they’re stopped while they’re breaking a law?) that we’re able to come together to come up with some good answers.”

Like say – nationalizing the police. Something like that.

Obama went on to flatter and tacitly encourage the Ferguson protesters by citing the DOJ’s bogus report on Ferguson, “you can’t generalize about protesters who – it turns out – had very legitimate grievances. The Justice Department report showed that … African Americans were being stopped  dispropotionately – mainly so the city could raise money even though that was unjust.”

John Lott in the NY Post recently exposed the DOJ’s  “Investigation of the Ferguson Police Department” to be the shoddy political screed that it is.

Ferguson fake-out: Justice Department’s bogus report:

Starting with the primary numerical claim. The report notes on Page 4: “Ferguson’s law-enforcement practices overwhelmingly impact African-Americans.

“Data collected by the Ferguson Police Department from 2012 to 2014 shows that African-Americans account for 85 percent of vehicle stops, 90 percent of citations, and 93 percent of arrests made by FPD officers, despite comprising only 67 percent of Ferguson’s population.”

Those statistics don’t prove racism, because blacks don’t commit traffic offenses at the same rate as other population groups.

The Bureau of Justice Statistics’ 2011 Police-Public Contact Survey indicates that, nationwide, blacks were 31 percent more likely than whites to be pulled over for a traffic stop.

Ferguson is a black-majority town. If its blacks were pulled over at the same rate as blacks nationally, they’d account for 87.5 percent of traffic stops.

In other words, the numbers actually suggest that Ferguson police may be slightly less likely to pull over black drivers than are their national counterparts. They certainly don’t show that Ferguson is a hotbed of racism.

Critics may assert that that “31 percent more likely” figure simply shows that racism is endemic to police forces nationwide.

Hmm: The survey also reveals that men are 42 percent more likely than women to be pulled over for traffic stops. Should we conclude that police are biased against men, or that men drive more recklessly?

In fact, blacks die in car accidents at a rate about twice their share of car owners.

Read the whole thing.

TV entertainers like Jimmy Kimmel are not equipped with the political savvy needed to deal with professional BS artists like Obama – so why have politicians on their shows? The whole thing turns out to be an exercise in pure propaganda which is pretty disgusting and frustrating to watch.

SEE ALSO:

National Review, Thomas Sowell: Statistical disparities between ethnic groups are normal, not evidence of racism.

Mike Brown’s Family Lawyer Was Also Head of Troubled St. Louis Area Police Dept

Last night on the O’Reilly Factor, in a segment on the alleged racism of the Ferguson Police Department, a stunning claim was made about the police department of a neighboring town. Toward the end of the segment,  McGraw Milhaven, radio talk show host on KTRS in St. Louis, noted that Pine Lawn has a population of 3,000 people and the  police there wrote 17,000 tickets last year. The most stunning part of the claim? The police Chief of that “small, impoverished, nearly all black community” in 2014 was no other than the Michael Brown family’s attorney, Anthony Gray.

O’Reilly also had on Jeff Roorda spokesman for the police officers association in St. Louis. He began by asking  Milhaven what he thinks of the Justice Department report.

MCGRAW MILHAVEN, RADIO HOST: Two things, Bill. First of all, they excoriated every one in Ferguson except Officer Darren Wilson, right? They said it never hands up don’t shoot. He was justified. African-American witnesses came forward and supported Officer Wilson’s claim. So, he is completely innocent. That’s one.

Two, you have to understand Ferguson. Ferguson doesn’t live in the middle of a cornfield. There are little communities all around Ferguson that are predominantly African-American. Those numbers, right, 67 percent of the residents of Ferguson are white. I want to know of those 90 percent who got those tickets, how many of them actually lived in Ferguson, how many lived around the surrounding areas? Just to take that number and put those numbers on it, you show me a good statistician, I will show you a good liar.
Jeff Roorda of the St. Louis Police Officers Association had this to say; “well, you noticed yesterday, Bill, that Attorney General Holder could barely bring himself to share that news. It struck me that this release or this leak of information the day before these reports came out were the most damning information that they could leak about the Ferguson police department was leaked out in advance of the announcement that the Justice Department determined the same thing that the much derided grand jury here decided. And that was that Darren Wilson was the victim of an attempted murder and that he used reasonable force…”
Toward the end of the segment, Milhaven ceded that there needs to be wholesale changes in the Ferguson police department. But he added, “Ferguson doesn’t live on an island. There are little municipals all around Ferguson that you have to drive through.”

And look, Floridale Hills (ph) during all of this invented their own police department. They have a population of 800 people. They are the mayors are black, the police chief are black, they are targeting everybody. That’s how they are surviving.

O’REILLY: Yes, because they want money. It’s a shakedown.

MILHAVEN: You mentioned Benjamin Crump. Pine Lawn has a population of 3,000 people. They wrote 17,000 tickets last year.

O’REILLY: All right. That’s got to stop.

MILHAVEN: Guess who their police chief is. Guess who their police chief is.

O’REILLY: And now the attorney general — who is your police chief?

MILHAVEN: The police chief’s name is Anthony Gray who is the family attorney for Michael Brown.

O’REILLY: I think the attorney general has got to start to clean up these towns in Missouri and stop.

MILHAVEN: Everywhere, yes — Everywhere. Not just Ferguson, the entire north county is being destroyed.

KMOV St. Louis did an investigative report on Anthony Gray on January 30: Attorney for Michael Brown’s family was also head of troubled police department:

It seems to me that this news went somewhat under the radar, so I am reproducing it here:

Anthony Gray seemed to be everywhere. As an attorney for Mike Brown’s family, Gray received international attention, blasting the city of Ferguson and insisting Officer Darren Wilson should be arrested for killing Brown.

However, at the same time Gray was turning up the heat on Ferguson, he was also the Director of Public Safety, and commonly referred to as the police chief, of nearby Pine Lawn. Pine Lawn is a small, impoverished, nearly all black community with a police department widely considered to be one of the worst in the St. Louis region.

Gray’s  top commander was Steve Blakeney, a scandal-plagued cop who is suing the city of Pine Lawn and the former City Manager. He argues that “he was fired because he was a whistleblower that helped build the criminal case that prompted indictments against current Pine Lawn Mayor Sylvester Caldwell. The suit also focuses on the role of Anthony Gray.”

The suit says Pine Lawn provided up to 10 police officers for “riot control” in Ferguson. However, in November, when the decision of the grand jury in the Michael Brown case was announced, Gray allegedly told Blakeney that “he wanted no Pine Lawn officers in Ferguson.”

Blakeney claims Pine Lawn officers received supplies and months of training to assist Ferguson police, but Gray didn’t want them there after the grand jury decision was announced. Blakeney says he told Gray he had a conflict of interest, but Gray said there was no conflict.

More here.

According to KMOV Blakeney “has been accused of raping one woman, punching another, and was accused of harassing residents who repeatedly filed complaints against him.”

He has also been accused of using license plates seized by the Pine Lawn police department.

He has denied all the allegations made against him.