Saturday, April 10, 2021

the Party of Lincoln became the Party of the Klan?

Facebook post by Alabama Republican re Major League Baseball (MLB) moving its All Star game out of Georgia to protest Georgia's new voting law, which black Georgians and lots of white Americans view as Jim Crow laws, while white Republicans generally view the new law as necessary to prevent Democrats from stealing another election.


Sloan Bashinsky
Imagine America without black athletes. Imagine Alabama and Auburn without black athletes. Then imagine America and those colleges without white athletes.

Sloan Bashinsky, Athetics is the only place in Colleges where only the best play and they keep score. The rest of College is all about inclusion, diversity and equity. Try applying those concepts to athletics.
When I speak of MLB, I speak of the organization not the makeup of teams. BLM is a Marcist organization, run by Marcist, according to their own website.

Sloan Bashinsky
Robert, Your Facebook post looks to me like it's straight from the KKK playbook. Alabama head football coach Nick Saban led a large BLM march of white and black athletes and students on the Tuscaloosa campus. Nick Saban is no Marxist, nor were the athletes and students who followed him. You should turn off pro, college, high and grade school football, basketball and baseball, so you can't see just how much black lives do matter.
I wonder if you are someone who says George Floyd was not killed by that cop's knee on his neck. It was drugs and a bad heart that killed Floyd, the cop is innocent. If you are such a person with that view, do you think you would be alive today if that cop's knee was on your neck for as long as it was on George Floyd's neck? No, you would be just as dead as George Floyd, and just as flawed, but in different ways.

Saw yesterday on TV, this doctor testify:
Pulmonologist says a healthy person restrained like George Floyd would have also died

And the Minneapolis Medical Examiner testify:
In my online news this morning, actor George Clooney emailed the lawyer representing George Floyd's family:

''Attorney Crump, you should tell them if Derek Chauvin feels so confident in that, he should volunteer during his case, to get down on the floor in that courtroom, and let somebody come and put their knee on his neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds and be able to see if he can survive,'" the email reportedly reads.

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