Aug 15, 201603:12 PMBlaska's Bring It!
with David Blaska
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Black Lives Matter and the Democrat(ic)-Progressive-Socialist Party now have their motto:
“Rich people got all this money and ain’t tryin’ to give us none.”
So philosophized young Orlandus Jackson as Milwaukee burned over the weekend (recorded by WTMJ TV-4).
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton could not have said it better. Well, more grammatically, but you get the drift.
By Tim Donovan
Quick! More free stuff!
If only free college had been mandated in time to save poor Sylville Smith. Don’t blame the 23-year-old for his lousy life choices. Blame government for not doing enough!
Take a granite grinder to “Give me your tired, your poor/Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” The new version to be inscribed at the base of the Statue of Dependency is “Give me your stuff.”
Expunge from the historical record, “Ask not what your country can do for you …” Replace it with the motto for the American welfare state: “Rich people got all this money and ain’t tryin’ to give us none.”
Damn those rich people! Who’s with me? Let’s burn down and loot the minority-owned beauty shop! Nothing says social justice like making off with some hair extensions.
Sylville Smith could have used an intervention. Credit: Blue Lives Matter
Let’s protest the terrible injustice of a black police officer defending himself from a suspect who has trained his firearm on the officer. Let’s protest the tragic loss of life of a man arrested for a shooting, a robbery, carrying a concealed weapon, theft, possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, first-degree recklessly endangering safety, and with witness intimidation (the latter two charges were dismissed).
The sorry reality is that this Milwaukee police officer potentially saved many lives of all races.
The grievance industry teaches that it is always someone else’s fault: your poverty, your criminality, and your indolence — not your fault.
Elsewhere in Milwaukee over the weekend, and before 23-year-old Sylville Smith fought the law, five other men were killed in three unrelated shootings. Nothing to see there, BLM. Business as usual.