MOUNT RUSHMORE AND WHITE SUPREMACY

Democrats say that celebrating the 4th of July at Mount Rushmore glorifies White Supremacy. Well they finally did it. Democrats have reached racial critical mass—chain reaction racism—total racism. That is because Democrats see racism is everywhere, in everything, and in everybody.

Democrats can now tarnish any American tradition no matter how sacred or innocent by labeling it as racist.

The following is a tweet from the Democrat Party that appeared briefly and then was taken down, because even they realized how absurd it is:

“Trump has disrespected Native communities time and again. He’s attempted to limit their voting rights and blocked critical pandemic relief. Now he’s holding a rally glorifying White Supremacy at Mount Rushmore — a region once sacred to tribal communities.”

To begin with, Trump is not the one who has disrespected America, attempted to limit voting rights, or blocked pandemic relief. That is fake news. But that is what we have come to expect from Democrats. We expect lies and hoaxes such as the Russia collusion, the ridiculous Impeachment, and now: White Supremacy.

White supremacy is the latest hoax. The latest fake label. The evil Left is attempting to ram it down our throats and threatening anyone who doesn’t jump on the bandwagon.

Let me ask you:

When multibillion-dollar corporation Quaker Oats quakes and changes the name of their pancake syrup; when a cosmetic colossus like L’Oréal removes the word ‘whitening’ from their products; when Disney changes all reference to their movie The Song of the South from their ride out of fear; when Verizon, Coca Cola and others combine to cut $7 Billion in advertising in order to force “racial justice” because Facebook ran a pro-Trump ad; when the NFL, without even being asked, volunteers to replace the National Anthem with the Black National Anthem; when governments squash churches, but allow mass demonstrations; when police are told to stand down, while buildings are burning, statues of historic figures are torn down, and small businesses are looted; when students campaign to cancel Abraham Lincoln because they say he ‘didn’t love black people’: what do you have?

No. I mean besides insanity, and beyond hypocrisy— what do you have? Besides intellectual bedlam, and historical revisionism, I mean. What do you have?  I will tell you the one thing you absolutely do not have: White Supremacy. None of these things could ever happen in a white supremacist nation. 

In a racist nation, you would not be daily scolded by Whole Foods: “Racism has no place here. Racism and discrimination of any kind have no place at Whole Foods Market. We support the Black community and meaningful change in the world.” Or Delta Airlines, declaring that “systemic racism is present in all functions of our society.” Corporations are falling all over each other to win the “woke” contest. Who knew that equality could be so profitable in a ‘racist’ nation?

Then there’s Joe Biden.  His lies actually rise to the level of science fiction. He said that 120 million people worldwide have died of coronavirus, and 150 million Americans were killed by guns. OH, NO! THAT MEANS ONLY A FRACTION OF AMERICA IS STILL ALIVE!!

Can he top that? Well, of course he can.

Last August, while on the campaign trail, Biden claimed that, “Everything the President says and has done encourages White Supremacy.” Let’s unpack that statement. Everything Donald Trump says and does encourages White Supremacy. When he sleeps, he encourages White Supremacy. When he eats he encourages White Supremacy. Everything he does consciously and unconsciously promotes White Supremacy.

Except of course, when he made life better for minorities than any President in modern history.

How far will this madness go? That depends on the church. But many are asleep. None more so than the pastors who believe they are ‘woke.’ They dutifully intone the ‘black lives matter’ mantra, and foolishly march in lockstep with truly bad people—people who do not care anything about black lives. People who admit they are “trained Marxists.” Marxism has killed 100 million people. That’s not a Joe Biden statistic…that is a fact. These preachers have been duped—taken in by their own need for acceptance, intimidated by their own fears.

Think about it! Those they are rooting for are atheist Marxists—the avowed enemies of Jesus Christ. BLM and Antifa are laughing at them behind their backs.

This is where we must draw the line. We simply cannot permit a desecration of the 4th of July and Mount Rushmore.  This is where the church must wake up to her rightful duty to oppose this destruction of our freedom.

Jesus once rebuked a generation for refusing to see the signs of the times:

“He also said to the crowds, “When you see a cloud rising in the west, you immediately say, ‘It is going to rain,’ and that is how it turns out. And when [you see that] a south wind is blowing, you say, ‘It will be a hot day,’ and it happens. You hypocrites (play-actors, pretenders)! You know how to analyze and intelligently interpret the appearance of the earth and sky [to forecast the weather], but why do you not intelligently interpret this present time? “And why do you not even on your own initiative judge what is right?” (Luke 12:54-57).

Jesus is asking the American church to see what Satan is plainly doing to America. Today they are focused on racism, tomorrow it will be on whatever they need it to be.

No matter how righteously they package it, this is a takeover. Bob Dylan said, “The enemy I see, wears a cloak of decency.” You should never admit to white supremacy that doesn’t exist, to live peaceably as a slave in a tyranny that does exist.

The word of the Lord for this hour is that you have no excuse if you ignore the weather pattern. The coming storm is unmistakable.

You say, “Mario, give me hope!” My hope is anchored in Truth. We must deny the racist label and refuse to be silent just because we are afraid of being called racists. You and God know the truth.

My prayer is that Trump’s rally at Mount Rushmore will be the electrode paddles that restart the American heart and soul. If you want hope…discern the times, refuse to join in the deception, and obey the voice of the Lord, no matter the cost—America is at stake!

 

 

 

 

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Will Seahawks and Dolphins disrespect National anthem and American flag on 911?

 Will Seahawks and Dolphins disrespect National anthem and American flag on 911?

By Mario Murillo

 

SEATTLE — The Dolphins season opener will be full of drama before it even kicks off. The team held a players-only meeting Friday in which Arian Foster addressed a potential demonstration during the national anthem, and the Seahawks have already said they are planning something.

Protests began with San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick sitting on the bench during the anthem before a preseason game as his way of objecting to the oppression of black people and controversial handling of police violence. Kaepernick and teammate Eric Reid knelt for the anthem last week, and Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall did the same in the league’s kickoff Thursday.

Now these two teams are involved, which becomes additionally provocative given that they will play on 9/11. Seattle players publicly discussed a team-wide stance, though they declined to specify what it will be, and the Dolphins planned to figure out their position by Saturday night.

Foster held the team after practice at the University of Washington to stress the importance of the Dolphins being unified in whatever they choose to do.

“There’s a lot going on right now in the NFL and everybody has their different feelings and opinions, or different stands,” safety Reshad Jones said. “That’s basically what he told us: Make sure we’re together, and we’re here to win a football game.”

Jones and right guard Jermon Bushrod said the Dolphins are not aware of what the Seahawks will do and the teams are not working in conjunction with each other. “We’ll do our own deal,” Bushrod added. That may be the only certainty heading into Sunday.

Sunday marks 15 years since the 9/11 attacks, and the NFL has always honored that anniversary. Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin said his team would demonstrate regardless of the date, but thinks it will add even more substance to their actions.

“Even if it wasn’t September 11th, the point of the protest is to get people to think,”he told reporters. “It’s very ironic to me that 15 years ago, on September 11th, was one of the most devastating times in U.S. history, and after that day we were probably the most unified that we’ve ever been.

“And today you struggle to see the unity. It’s very ironic to me that this date is coming up. It’s going to be a very special day, a very significant day, but at the same time I’m looking forward to the many changes and differences that we can make in this country.”

Several Dolphins — notably FosterNdamukong Suh and Ryan Tannehill — said something along those lines and supported Kaepernick’s freedom to protest when asked about it recently.

“You’ve gotta respect the man’s opinion, as well as his actions,” Suh said two weeks ago. “I definitely understand where he’s coming from in choosing to do what he did.

“I think it’s an individual choice. At the same time, I think it’s a duty of ours as leaders, especially with young kids, to make a good, proper announcement if we feel the need to, and I think that’s what he’s doing. I support him in that.”

It’s a weighty issue for first-time head coach Adam Gase, who has consistently supported the players’ right to express themselves as they see fit and reiterated that he wouldn’t deter them. His comments run parallel to the NFL’s policy that players “are encouraged but not required” to stand for the anthem.

Gase and his staff gave the players space for their discussion Friday, and he probably won’t know what his team intends to do until they take the field.

“I just know everybody has the right to their opinion, and I know we’re here to beat Seattle,” he said. “It’s one of those things where everybody has a right to their opinion.”

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Fans threaten boycott after Dolphins discuss anthem protest

 A possible protest by the Dolphins and Seahawks during the national anthem at Sunday’s season opener has angered some fans, who lashed out in comments posted on The Post’s initial news report on Friday’s team meeting.

“My family and friends won’t be going to games this year, and some won’t buy products advertised during games,” one commenter posted. Another threatened a similar boycott: “I’m protesting the disrespect for our country and boycotting the NFL until they make everyone stand. I’ll watch college football and baseball and hockey, period.”

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Others took offense to the potential protest occuring on 9/11. “Protest the anthem especially on 9/11 and the Dolphins are dead to me,” one reader wrote. Another posted: “Truly disgusting what they are doing. … I’m sure our soldiers abroad will be horrified and disgusted at their unpatriotic behavior.”

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Even longtime fans were offended: “If the Dolphins decide not to stand for the national anthem on 9/11 I will never attend another game in my life. And I’ve run bus trips for for 29 years.”

Protests began when San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick sat on the bench during the anthem before a preseason game in a protest against oppression of black people and controversial handling of police violence. It became a mini movement when Kaepernick and teammate Eric Reid knelt for the anthem last week, then Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall did the same in the league’s kickoff Thursday.

The Dolphins and the NFL did not immediately return a message seeking comment.

My view is that no matter how you spin it, the overwhelming majority of Americans will consider these acts of blatant disrespect done out of arrogance and hate.   Moreover, to do it on 911 will make it look especially provocative and cruel.  In their little world, some of these players believe they will deemed heroes.  The shock will be the national national backlash and a colossal heap of shame.   Many will call them overpaid—and in some cases, highly overrated—athletes with an outsized microphone, who want to throw a bone to the oppressed from their mansions and limos.  They will be known as a new specie of classless, spoiled brat, low information posers.

IN A RELATED STORY:  

Colin Kaepernick’s gesture to kneel for the national anthem was repeated by high school players in a number of places before games Friday night.

Kaepernick retweeted a number of posts on Twitter with photos or news stories.

Here is a sampling:

  • At Lincoln Southeast in Nebraska, two players — one white, one African-American took a knee as a silent protest. (see the video above).
  • At Waggener High in Louisville, a player took a knee as his teammates stood alongside him. A number of players had taken a knee as the team line up but eventually rose as the music starting playing. Coach Jordan Johnson said the team will take steps before next week’s game to “to ensure our young men can make a stand for social injustice, while at the same time not showing, what is perceived as, disrespect.” (Click here for more of Waggener’s response.)
  • Many players at Maury High in Norfolk, Va., took a knee behind the end zone when the anthem was played. Others stood at attention as did the coaches. “Our school system has said, we’re of the belief, we let our guys do what they believe in,”Coach Chris Fraser told the Virginian Pilot. “And so we didn’t make an issue of it, and if they believe in a cause, that’s fine. I stand behind what they believe in, but I’m going to do what I believe in.”
  • At Auburn High in Rockford, Ill., a number of players took a knee during the anthem while their teammates stood with their hands over their hearts.
  • Players at Watkins Hills High in Montgomery, Md., also took a knee during the anthem, according to a photo provided to USA TODAY High School Sports.

Colin Kaepernick won’t stand during national anthem

 

Colin Kaepernick won’t stand during national anthem

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has willingly immersed himself into controversy by refusing to stand for the playing of the national anthem in protest of what he deems are wrongdoings against African Americans and minorities in the United States.

    His latest refusal to stand for the anthem — he has done this in at least one other preseason game — came before the 49ers‘ preseason loss to Green Bay at Levi’s Stadium on Friday night.

    “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” Kaepernick told NFL Media in an exclusive interview after the game. “To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

    The 49ers issued a statement about Kaepernick’s decision: “The national anthem is and always will be a special part of the pre-game ceremony. It is an opportunity to honor our country and reflect on the great liberties we are afforded as its citizens. In respecting such American principles as freedom of religion and freedom of expression, we recognize the right of an individual to choose and participate, or not, in our celebration of the national anthem.”

    By taking a stand for civil rights, Kaepernick, 28, joins other athletes, like the NBA’s Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony and several WNBA players in using their platform and status to raise awareness to issues affecting minorities in the U.S.

    However, refusal to support the American flag as a means to take a stand has brought incredible backlash before and likely will in this instance. The NBA’s Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf of the Denver Nuggets, formerly Chris Jackson before converting to Islam, refused to acknowledge the flag in protest, citing similar reasons as Kaepernick and saying that it conflicted with some of his Islamic beliefs.

    Abdul-Rauf drew the ire of fans and was briefly suspended by the NBA before a compromise was worked out between the league and player, who eventually stood with his teammates and coaches at the playing of the national anthem.

    Kaepernick said that he is aware of what he is doing and that he knows it will not sit well with a lot of people, including the 49ers. He said that he did not inform the club or anyone affiliated with the team of his intentions to protest the national anthem.

    “This is not something that I am going to run by anybody,” he said. “I am not looking for approval. I have to stand up for people that are oppressed. … If they take football away, my endorsements from me, I know that I stood up for what is right.”

    Kaepernick said that he has thought about going public with his feelings for a while but that “I felt that I needed to understand the situation better.”

    He said that he has discussed his feelings with his family and, after months of witnessing some of the civil unrest in the U.S., decided to be more active and involved in rights for black people. Kaepernick, who is biracial, was adopted and raised by white parents and siblings.

    Kaepernick’s Twitter feed is filled with civil rights messages.

    The former Super Bowl starting quarterback’s decision to go public comes while he is fighting for his football life with the 49ers, who drafted him in the second round in 2011. He lost his starting job last season after being one of the most promising players in the NFL during his run under former coach Jim Harbaugh.

    Over the past few months, his relationship with management has turned sour. He requested a trade last spring, which never came. He also has spent most of the offseason rehabilitating from operations to his left (non-throwing) shoulder, his hand and knee. His recovery left him unable to fully compete with Blaine Gabbert for months and has him seemingly in a bind to regain his starting job.

    He made his preseason debut against the Packers and played in the second quarter, completing two of six passes for 14 yards. He looked as rusty as you’d expect from someone who has not played since last November.

    Following the game, and without any knowledge of Kaepernick’s non-football behavior, coach Chip Kelly said that there has never been any discussion about cutting Kaepernick. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport added Saturday that Kelly will make “football decisions” on Kaepernick, despite the quarterback’s comment