Fanning The Flames Of Another Black Church Arson Hoax

America is still reeling from the horrific Charleston, S.C., massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that claimed the lives of nine innocent people.

The last thing the community and our country need are hysterical journalists compounding the pain with inflammatory reporting on an unsubstantiated “epidemic” of black church arsons.

On Monday, a Baltimore Sun lead editorial decried “a series of mysterious fires at African-American churches across the South” in the wake of the Charleston murders. The newspaper cited a “pattern” of attacks, including what it claimed was an “uptick in attacks on 37 black churches in the South” in the 1990s that “prompted President Bill Clinton to set up a church-arson investigative task force.”

The Sun neglected to mention that Clinton had falsely claimed at the time that he had “vivid and painful memories of black churches being burned in my own state when I was a child”– an assertion immediately debunked by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

The Sun also neglected to mention that the manufactured media coverage that launched the 1990s black church arson juggernaut, fueled by former USA Today reporter Gary Fields’ 61 fear-mongering stories, fell apart under scrutiny. Fields’ own employer was forced to admit that “analysis of the 64 fires since 1995 shows only four can be conclusively shown to be racially motivated.”

Reminder: Several of the hyped hate crimes against black churches had been committed by black suspects; a significant number of the black churches were, in fact, white churches; and the complex motives behind the crimes included mental illness, vandalism, and concealment of theft.

Once again, falsified history is repeating itself.

The NAACP, which capitalized on the Clinton-era race hustle, is now pushing the new arson epidemic narrative. The organization remains shamelessly undaunted after fueling the fake NAACP “bombing” in Colorado Springs earlier this year. The group’s CEO, Cornell Brooks, tweeted the incendiary “#WhoIsBurningBlackChurches” hashtag on Tuesday and disclosed that he is “informing churches, reviewing legislation, pushing media awareness and deciding legal options.”

The left-wing instigators at the Southern Poverty Law Center, whose stated mission is to “destroy” its political opponents and whose target map and list of social conservative groups were used by left-wing domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins to shoot up the Washington, D.C., office of the Family Research Council in 2012, baselessly reported: “In what may not be a coincidence, a string of nighttime fires have damaged or destroyed at least six predominately black churches in four southern states in the past week.”

Teach for America alumnus agitator DeRay McKesson quickly added his Twitter kerosene to the fire, reflexively claiming that the “KKK” was responsible for a half-dozen black church burnings.

Buried beneath the sensationalized social media avalanche of panic: the more judicious and careful observations of Los Angeles Times reporter Matt Pearce that the feds have made no official determinations that any hate crimes have taken place and that “it’s unclear whether any of the fires are linked.”

It was observed that “one of the half-dozen church crimes was most likely “accidental” and had “no element of criminal intent.”

Another “was likely touched off by an electrical short” after a tree limb fell on the property, yanking the electrical service line with it.

And yet another alleged “black church arson” actually involved a white church “struck by lightning.”

No matter.

NBC News trumpeted: “Spate of Fires at Black Churches Raise Concerns of Rise in Hate Crimes.”

The Washington Post ominously tallied “five predominantly black Southern churches burn within a week; arson suspected in at least three.”

The New York Daily News blared: “String of apparent arson fires plague black churches in Carolinas, Georgia and Tennessee.”

Mic.com quoted a hate crimes “expert” blaming — you guessed it — “the growth of violent right-wing extremist ideology in the U.S.” for the nonexistent black church arson epidemic.

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. In this case, it’s coming from the five-alarm self-immolation of agenda-driven journalism’s credibility.

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Watch: Stunning Video Just Surfaced Of Rachel Dolezal In Baltimore Fanning The Flames

A video has surfaced showing Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the Spokane, Washington, NAACP chapter, participating in a protest against police brutality in Baltimore last month, following the death of Freddie Gray.

In the video, Dolezal tells the assembled group of black protesters that she can identify with the problems they are having with police brutality in Baltimore. She relates how they had been having the same types of problems in the “other Washington.”

She mentions the case of Lorenzo Hayes, 37, who died in Spokane police custody on May 13 under some circumstances similar to Freddie Gray. Dolezal says she and others marched in protest in Washington because of this mysterious death.

She tells the Baltimore protesters that police brutality is “something that is affecting us nationwide, and if there is no justice, there will be no peace.”

She then starts leading them in a chant: “No justice, no peace. No racist police.”

Dolezal went on to meet with notorious Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby, whose office has made several missteps in bringing its case against the six officers accused of involvement in the death of Freddie Gray, from listing the wrong people on arrest warrants to filing a motion in the wrong court.

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As reported by Western Journalism, both Dolezal’s parents and her brother have confirmed that she is Caucasian. A birth certificate also proves her ethnicity.

Dolezal told Today’s Matt Lauer that she nonetheless identifies as black. She is raising two black sons.

“I have a huge issue with blackface. This is not some freak ‘Birth of a Nation’ mockery blackface performance,” she said. “This is on a very real, connected level. How I’ve had to go there with the experience, not just a visible representation, but with the experience.” (Birth of a Nation is the controversial film about the Civil War and Reconstruction period in the south, with a cast that included white actors portraying black people.)

NBC News reported that Dolezal resigned Monday from her position as president of the NAACP’s Spokane, Washington, chapter “amid the controversy surrounding her and claims she made about her race and upbringing.”

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WATCH: Video Just Surfaced Of Imposter Rachel Dolezal Speaking With Baltimore Protesters

A video has surfaced showing Rachel Dolezal, the former head of the Spokane, Washington, NAACP chapter, participating in a protest against police brutality in Baltimore last month, following the death of Freddie Gray.

In the video, Dolezal tells the assembled group of black protesters that she can identify with the problems they are having with police brutality in Baltimore. She relates how they had been having the same types of problems in the “other Washington.”

She mentions the case of Lorenzo Hayes, 37, who died in Spokane police custody on May 13 under some circumstances similar to Freddie Gray. Dolezal says she and others marched in protest in Washington because of this mysterious death.

She tells the Baltimore protesters that police brutality is “something that is affecting us nationwide, and if there is no justice, there will be no peace.”

She then starts leading them in a chant: “No justice, no peace. No racist police.”

Dolezal went on to meet with notorious Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby, whose office has made several missteps in bringing its case against the six officers accused of involvement in the death of Freddie Gray, from listing the wrong people on arrest warrants to filing a motion in the wrong court.

Rachel Dolezal - Twitter

As reported by Western Journalism, both Dolezal’s parents and her brother have confirmed that she is Caucasian. A birth certificate also proves her ethnicity.

Dolezal told Today’s Matt Lauer that she nonetheless identifies as black. She is raising two black sons.

“I have a huge issue with blackface. This is not some freak ‘Birth of a Nation’ mockery blackface performance,” she said. “This is on a very real, connected level. How I’ve had to go there with the experience, not just a visible representation, but with the experience.” (Birth of a Nation is the controversial film about the Civil War and Reconstruction period in the south, with a cast that included white actors portraying black people.)

NBC News reported that Dolezal resigned Monday from her position as president of the NAACP’s Spokane, Washington, chapter “amid the controversy surrounding her and claims she made about her race and upbringing.”

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Actually, ‘Trans-Racial’ Is Much More Reasonable Than ‘Transgender’…

Okay, okay, now hold your hate mail. I am not saying that ‘trans-racialism’ is something that should be normalized, accepted, or, hell, even given a second thought. Allow me to clarify my position before you read any further.

You are born with a specific sex and race. It is hard-wired into your DNA; you cannot change it. If you choose to identify as something other than as defined by your biology, you are delusional. Sociology does not supersede biology.

Okay? Good. Now, the left has absolutely freaked out over the Rachel Dolezal story. I predicted it; it was easy to see coming. It created a very difficult juxtaposition in forcing modern leftists to make an uncomfortable decision. Are they going to risk being ‘racist’ by supporting this black-face charade? Or would they risk being ‘trans-racial-phobic’ by not supporting the black-face charade? There’ve been leftists on both sides. Some called Rachel Dolezal out as a fraud, while some at MSNBC basically said that this whole trans-racial thing deserves a second look.

Hilarity ensued.

That being said, allow me to presuppose something here: ‘trans-racialism’ isn’t any more absurd – and I would argue is actually much more reasonable – than the modern transexual movement. I know, I know; some of you think that I’m taking a controversial opinion here simply to be the blockhead that I am. I assure you that’s not the case.

As opposed to sex, which differentiates humans by their organs, reproductive functions, hormonal profiles, bone-density, neuropsychiatry, and physical capabilities, many of the delineations surrounding race are merely cosmetic. Of course, I’m not suggesting that there aren’t noticeable contrasts between, say, a gentleman from Okinawa or a man off of the African Savannah. I’m also not suggesting that we all try and fake color-blindness here.

What I AM saying, however, is that what is required for someone to successfully become “transexual” is much more expensive, invasive, dangerous, and ultimately scientifically unfeasible when compared to what would be required to change one’s race.

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In order for a man to “become” a woman, he is required to undergo severe hormone replacement therapy, amputate his testicles/penis from his body, and create a massive wound in its place, which must constantly be re-opened as to prevent the male anatomy from instinctively closing it. In addition, the subsequent cosmetic surgeries to make one resemble a woman can number well into the six figures.

The end game: it usually still looks very much like a man wearing a dress. See: ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner.

Rachel Dolezal didn’t undergo any surgery, hormonal treatment, or psychiatric counseling. She slapped on a fake tan and got a perm. Her “transition” required less work than restoring grandpa’s Ford Fairlane.

The end game: Rachel fooled people for over a decade. She was believable enough that the freaking NAACP bought her schtick and put her in a position of black leadership.

So again I ask you… how is it any more absurd?

As a matter of fact, those arguing that ‘trans-racial’ is any less legitimate than ‘trans-sexual’ are unkowingly holding an inherently racist position. In order to justify said position, one must believe that men and women are fundamentally more similar, and ultimately inter-changeable, than people of different colors. Liberals are telling you that black and white people are so different, sooooo far apart, that it’s much more reasonable to change one’s gender than their race.

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Of course, I don’t believe that. While there are obvious differences to be contrasted between ethnicity, I believe that on a fundamental level, a black mommy can do anything a white mommy can do.

I don’t believe that ‘Caitlyn Jenner’ can.

Yet in today’s America, my view is the one considered to be trans-phobic, bigoted, and anti-science, while leftists get to continue to hold their sexist, racist positions without ever being forced to defend or rationalize them on a national platform.

Progress.

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Watch: Rachel Dolezal’s Brother Just Revealed 4 Incriminating Words She Told Him

The Fox News Channel’s program Fox and Friends had Ezra Dolezal on the show Tuesday. Ezra is the younger brother of Rachel Dolezal, the former leader of the NAACP Spokane chapter.

Although born to Caucasian parents, Ms. Dolezal told Matt Lauer on NBC’s Today Tuesday that she identified as black. “As much as this discussion has somewhat been at my expense recently, and in a very sort of viciously inhumane way come out of the woodwork, the discussion is really about what it is to be human,” Ms. Dolezal said. “I hope that that can drive at the core of definitions of race, ethnicity, culture, self determination, personal agency and, ultimately, empowerment.”

But Ezra, who told the Fox and Friends hosts that he had not seen his sister since 2012, expressed a vastly different viewpoint after being asked by co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck what the one thing he could say to her would be. “Honesty is a really important characteristic and she should just be honest with everybody about everything,” Ezra said. “And also to not be so angry towards the family. I mean, she’s got some really built up anger against the family for some really confusing reasons.”

Despite the estrangement, he said he still loves her. Co-host Steve Doocy then asked Ezra: “Is that when she told you, ‘Don’t blow my cover?’”–referring to the last time they saw each other.

“Yes,” Ezra immediately responded, explaining that it happened when he and his younger brother were visiting Rachel while she was living in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. “She was basically telling me not to tell anybody over there about her family or Montana or her real parents,” Ezra said. “Like she was even saying that her dad was over in there in Coeur D’Alene with her.”

Doocy pointed out that Rachel would show a photo of the black “father” with her. “Well I never saw a picture until now,” admitted Ezra. “I didn’t really know who it was she was talking about,” telling the panel it was a person Rachel used to work with while living in Idaho.

I was kinda surprised about that because I didn’t actually know who it was until this past week that she was trying to pass him off as her real father.

Ezra brushed aside claims made by his sister that “any man can be a father; not every man can be a dad.”

“Well she changed her original statement, her original statement was actually her father,” Ezra pointed out. “It’s one thing to say ‘He’s your father figure,’ but saying someone is your biological father. That’s two different things.”

There’s multiple people that can be father figures, but I don’t know really why she would say that.

Is ‘transracialism’ a topic America should discuss? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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