Thursday, June 4, 2020



Today's Headlines

Op-ed: 
Disassembling Joe Biden 
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on Right Side Patriots Radio 

The time is always right to do what is right.” 
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Oberlin College commencement speech, 1965 

He just can't help putting his foot in his mouth as the guffaws keep coming. Some are just sarcasm gone horribly wrong while others are cleverly calculated to hurt the target intended, and still others are the byproduct of a man so deep into the throws of dementia that he really does think he's running against himself.  

But what's worse than even individual remarks said is the fact that presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden has a history of racist comments going back decades. And while now he's trying to backtrack on his latest remark...the one where during an interview with Breakfast Club host Charamagne Tha God he said, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black”...it left his party as well as his campaign team with the task of having to pull Uncle Joe's foot out of his mouth yet again, this time by claiming that the remark was simply “said in jest.”



The thing is, with Uncle Joe you just never know for the man who loves to play “touchy-feely” is being protected at all costs for he is Barack HUSSEIN Obama's last chance for a defacto third term in office. But when one questions the “cultural authenticity” of black Americans who support and voted for President Trump...when one actually questions someone's political loyalties based solely upon the color of their skin...a line has been crossed that even his own party might not be able to pull Biden back from.
  
And when this same man then told black business leaders that same afternoon that he “shouldn't have been such a wise guy. I shouldn't have been so cavalier”...it leaves Joe Biden not apologizing for his overtly racist remark but just making excuses for it. Political suicide I'd say if only black Americans...if only Americans of every race, creed, and color...would look at Joe Biden's history of racists remarks, actions taken, and votes cast, for only then will Democrat voters truly understand why JFK must be turning over in his grave. 

And I think South Carolina Senator Tim Scott summed up Biden's latest remark best when he said, "1.3 million black Americans already voted for Trump in 2016. This morning, Joe Biden told every single one of us we 'ain't black. I'd say I'm surprised, but it's sadly par for the course for Democrats to take the black community for granted and brow beat those that don't agree." Sadly, it is and yes it must stop, but the only way for that to happen is to not only examine Joe Biden's history regarding minorities but to get the truth out there for as per the 1968 words of the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “I still believe that freedom is the bonus you receive for telling the truth. Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.”

And so here is but a sampling of that truth...truth that some will find offensive while others will find eye-opening, but truth nevertheless. And let's start with the fact that during primary season itself Joe Biden was called to task by his Democrat ilk for his support of H.R.3355, the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994...commonly referred to as the “crime bill”...a bill Biden actually authored. Passed by Congress and signed into law by then President Bill Clinton, the premise of the bill was that it would help to reverse decades of rising crime, especially violent crime in America's inner cities. But what this bill did instead was lead to an increase in police arrests and subsequent jail time for young black males...young black males whose critics claim were more likely to be targeted, arrested, and having to serve jail time simply because of the black color of their skin. 

Also, this bill opened black America's eyes to the fact that now being broadened was the school-to-prison so-called "pipeline" in addition to its increasing racial disparities in juvenile justice involvement courtesy of its overly harsh penalties for those this bill referred to as “super predators”...as in low-income black children who had been convicted of multiple, albeit, misdemeanor crimes.   

And you'd think Joe Biden would try to put distance between himself and this bill...a bill that led to an onslaught of headlines claiming that young black males were being targeted by police just for their being black...but what did Joe Biden do instead...he kept arguing during campaign stops that said law had little to no “impact on incarceration numbers,” and that the blame for the increase of young black males being arrested was the fault of state governors because “arrests happen largely at the state level,” In fact, not that long ago Joe Biden yet again defended this law saying that it “restored American cities following an era of high crime and violence.” Tell that to the big city residents of Chicago, LA, Minneapolis, and New York...cities whose crime rates are once again increasing not decreasing.  

So while there were some areas of the bill that were heralded by Democrats...like the Violence Against Women Act and the assault weapons ban...this now law was largely a failure. And its racist overtones would still be lingering on today if President Trump had not signed into law H.R.5682, the First Step Act...a law that increased the number of days prisoners could "shave off" their sentence for good behavior, thus helping to ease their transition back into society.  

So while Joe Biden might have originally tried to portray his original “crime bill” as a good thing, his inner racist shown through via his continued defense of this thankfully now negated law. 

And then there was Senator Joe Biden's opposition to school busing being used as a means to help integrate America's schools. Well, actually Biden flipped on busing because in 1974 he twice voted in favor of school busing but against it in 1975 when he joined then Republican Senator Jesse Helms...a man pegged as being a segregationist...in supporting an anti-busing amendment to an education spending bill. And when said amendment failed, Biden wrote a “narrower measure” that actually disallowed schools from using federal dollars to assign teachers or students based upon race. And his measure passed, 50-43, leaving him to say in a television interview that busing was an “asinine concept” and that he had “gotten to the point where I think our only recourse to eliminate busing may be a constitutional amendment.” 
  
So the man who wanted to eliminate school busing...a concept that black America favored and in a way led to today's successful voucher program...the man who said regarding busing that, “Unless we do something about this, my children are going to grow up in a JUNGLE, the JUNGLE being a RACIAL JUNGLE”...proposed instead putting “more money into the black schools” and opening up “housing patterns,” because if we don't “we are going to end up with the races at war.” But the thing is that money alone would not solve black schools problems... integrating the school system coupled with parent involvement possibly could...yet those concepts were lost on Joe Biden then and are still lost on him today.  

And yet now we see Joe Biden trying to temper down his past opposition to school busing...again something black America favored...by his saying that his opposition was only to court-ordered busing but not to busing initiated by local communities. “I never, never, never ever opposed voluntary busing,” he recently stated, but pray tell when has busing ever been voluntary”...as far as I can tell it never has been. 

Now only changing his tune on this issue solely to garner black votes...black votes now going to President Trump...Joe Biden is appearing more and more like a closet racist for while he doesn't usually wear racism on his sleeve, it does lay smoldering beneath the surface as his past is now coming back to haunt. 

And a bit more of that past includes Joe Biden saying, back in 1975, that "segregation is good for black people" what with school busing being an overt rejection of the gaining momentum created by the Black Pride movement; his 1988 words calling admitted segregationist Sen. John Stennis (D-MS), the author of the Southern Manifesto which opposed Brown v. Board of Education, a “man of character;” as well as his remarks last September during one of the primary debates alluding to what he considered to be the fact that black parents don't know how to raise their own children. And this alluding came after one of the moderators asked him about white responsibility for America's sins...leaving author Anand Giridharadas to say that Joe Biden's response on how to address the legacy of slavery was “appalling and disqualifying”...basically saying that Joe Biden needed to immediately withdraw from the race. 

So now as Joe Biden's racist-colored past is dominating that which has turned into president wanna-be political theater, the fact remains that no man or woman, whether they be black or white, has the right to question anyone blackness or to try and shame a person of color simply because they support a white president who is trying to make life better for all Americans regardless of the color of their skin. Only a racist themselves...a racist in their heart...would say and do the things Joe Biden has done and said over his (way too) many decades in politics; and only a racist would say his words were but those of someone being a “wise guy.”  

Hate and racism do so go hand-in-hate and Joe Biden has made disparaging remarks not only about blacks but about Jews, Hispanics, and women too...remarks his party and their mainstream media propaganda machine willingly cover and make excuses for which not only adds to the problem but helps perpetrate racism as per their very silence. The simple fact is that Joe Biden does need to drop out of this race...whether of his own volition or whether he's forced out...and it's not just because he's a racist at heart, albeit that alone is reason enough, but because he obviously is not a mentally well men. And when those two factors are combined together a president named Joe Biden would pose a great danger not only to our country but to what would be his position as leader of the free world. 

At the beginning of this article I quoted these words by the great civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “The time is always right to do what is right.” And Joe Biden has to know somewhere deep inside him that the right thing for him to do now, especially after his recent shameful remark about blacks who voted for Trump, is to remove himself from the presidential race if not for the ethics of it, simply for the fact that the results of the election will surely not be pretty, thus leaving Biden's political legacy to be that of a racist loser. 

By the way, Uncle Joe, you need not attend George Floyd's funeral in Houston, Texas next week as you had planned for you being there is truly quite hypocritical. And besides, your time in the political spotlight must surely now come to an end.
 
Copyright @ 2020 Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / All Rights Reserved.
  
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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Revealing the Socialist, Radical Revolutionaries Who Have Invaded the George Floyd Protests
Revealing the Socialist, Radical Revolutionaries Who Have Invaded the George Floyd ProtestsThe opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of Townhall.com.
In the wake of the completely unjustified murder of George Floyd by police officer Derek Chauvin, tens of thousands of Americans concerned about police brutality have taken to the streets to demand reforms they believe to be necessary to protect civilian liberties.

But, unfortunately, these well-meaning, law-abiding citizens are not alone. They have been joined by radical elements who are seeking to sow discord, create division, and, in many cases, usher in an anti-American revolution hellbent on fundamentally transforming the United States in their Marxist image.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Op-ed: 
What Would Dr. King Say? 
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on Right Side Patriots Radio
 
No physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation,” the now released official autopsy report stated. Instead it revealed that George Floyd had “underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease...his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death,” it went on to state.
    
And yet they still continue to riot, loot, steal, and set cities on fire, and they started doing so even before the medical examiner had a chance to perform the “priority one” autopsy. Using one man's untimely and unfortunate death as an excuse to not only set their own businesses and homes on fire but to torch government buildings as well, all was being done while in the process of garnering for themselves ill-gotten loot at the expense of one of their own whose memory they have now so dishonored.



BREAKING: President Trump Addresses the Nation Over George Floyd RiotsIn a last-minute address to the nation Monday evening, President Donald Trump made it clear he would mobilize all federal resources to reestablish law and order across the country.

"I am mobilizing all available federal resources, civilian and military, to stop the rioting and looting, to end the destruction and arson. And to protect the rights of law-abiding Americans, including your Second Amendment rights," the president said during his address.

Read entire article and see President Trump's address here: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bethbaumann/2020/06/01/breaking-president-trump-addresses-the-nation-over-george-floyd-riots-n2569860?utm_source=thdaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl&newsletterad=06/02/2020&bcid=3d4d66d62ccaf8073faf9aa664866a8a&recip=19180747


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Monday, June 1, 2020


Op-ed: 
What Would Dr. King Say? 
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / Right Side Patriots on Right Side Patriots Radio
 
No physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation,” the now released official autopsy report stated. Instead it revealed that George Floyd had “underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease...his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death,” it went on to state. 

And yet they still continue to riot, loot, steal, and set cities on fire, and they started doing so even before the medical examiner had a chance to perform the “priority one” autopsy. Using one man's untimely and unfortunate death as an excuse to not only set their own businesses and homes on fire but to torch government buildings as well, all was being done while in the process of garnering for themselves ill-gotten loot at the expense of one of their own whose memory they have now so dishonored. 

I've always said, and I will always continue to say, that riots are socially destructive and self-defeating.” - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1967 speech at Stanford University 

By now we all know what happened in Minneapolis on the afternoon of Monday, May 25th, Memorial Day to be exact, when 46-year black American George Floyd died after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white officer’s knee, a move frowned upon as per official police guidelines, after being arrested on “suspicion of forgery” and appearing to be “under the influence.” 

The incident was recorded by a 17-year old bystander on her cell phone, thus becoming ground zero of all that was to follow, as this video soon thereafter starting showing up on major social media sites. Eventually leading to an F.B.I. federal civil rights investigation as well as to the firing and the bringing charges of third degree murder and manslaughter against Officer Derek Chauvin with the other officers* on scene still possibly facing charges of their own...did afford the temporarily sleeping malcontents, if you will, a new reason to wake up and garner for themselves more “free stuff” while at the same time callously burning areas of Minneapolis to the ground. And now not only will Minneapolis most likely never be the same again, but so too New York, LA, and a multitude of other Democrat controlled cities where the malcontents have been acting very badly.


 

So while the evidence showing the officer's knee on George Floyd's neck is surely damning and appears to be proof-positive that justice in some way needs to be served, sometimes even what's deemed proof-positive comes with caveats, and in this case it's the now official ME report. But no matter the crime committed that still does not give others the right to loot, steal, and commit arson as a way to vent their anger. And what's more amazing is that said anger is being vented against their own people, because the ones they're stealing from, the ones whose businesses they're burning to the ground, are businesses predominately owned by those who share their own black skin color. And yet when their anger finally does subside, as it usually does, they will expect “whitey” to rebuild and restock it all for to some it's but a small amount of what they consider overdue “reparations” finally being paid. 

And it's these folks very actions that has led me to wonder just what would the great civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., say about all this for Dr. King was a man who truly opposed violence as a means to a solution...he was a man who championed peaceful protesting as the one and only way for black Americans to achieve what is still referred to as “social justice.” 

“Nonviolent resistance is not a method of cowardice. It does resist. It is not a method of stagnant passivity and deadening complacency. The nonviolent resister is just as opposed to the evil that he is standing against as the violent resister but he resists without violence.” These were Dr. King's very wise words, words which especially now should be taken to heart by those in Minneapolis and other compromised cities who see violence as the only way to counter the “evil” done to George Floyd, never mind that the “evil” in part was self-inflicted. 

Dr. King knew well that violence never solves a problem, he knew violence only exasperates the problem allowing it to fester and grow until unabated hatred and frustration hold sway over the underlying problem itself...an act which in turn leads to a boiling point from which there might be a point of no return. 

And it was Dr. King himself who authored and lived by these “Six Key Principles of Non-Violence,” with the first key point being that “one can resist evil without resorting to violence,” something that seems to be lost on those now rioting and destroying key Democrat cities in Democrat held states as they garner up the “free stuff” they alone deem is owed to them. And this is never mind the fact that their actions are actually hurting their own cause. How so...this latest round of violence, I believe, just plays into long held negative stereotypes that many in America's black communities have worked so hard to negate, as it once again paints even those whose cause is just as being but Dr. King's feared perpetrators of “evil.”  

Dr. King's second key principal which goes hand-in-had with the third is that “nonviolence seeks to win the “friendship and understanding” of the opponent, not to humiliate him”...in this case meaning that the best reaction to George Floyd's death should have been not to overreact with inappropriate acts of violence to one white man's crime by destroying what your own people have worked so hard to achieve. And the third key principal is that only the person who has actually committed an “evil act” should be the one opposed, coupled together with Dr. King's fourth key principal, as in “those committed to nonviolence must be willing to suffer without retaliation as suffering itself can be redemptive.” Translation: one should not be the judge, jury, and executioner of someone else's “evil act” until one looks in the mirror at their own actions and reactions.  

And the fifth of Dr. King's Six Key Principals of Non-Violence states that non-violent resistance avoids “external physical violence” and “internal violence of spirit.” In other words, what I believe Dr. King meant is that if one is driven to commit physical acts of violence than one is probably driven to do so by the spirit of violence and hate that most likely resides deep within their own heart. And the sixth and last key principle is that the non-violent resisters must have a “deep faith in the future,” which I take to mean that not only will the future unfold as it is meant to be, but that the future is not only determined by past actions but more importantly by present day inactions regarding situations that can too easily spin out of control. 

And spin out of control has surely happened here for while the tape of the officer with his knee on George Floyd's neck is indeed damning let alone telling it has proven to be not the whole story as the ME report has seen to that. And something now seeming to have been forgotten is that in this country one is innocent until proven guilty. Translation: the legal process must be allowed to play out.  

So what did Dr. King have to say about the legal process in regards to rioting and violence? While in 1968 he did say that “a riot is the language of the unheard,” Dr. King also said that, “as long as America postpones justice, we stand in the position of having these recurrences of violence and riots over and over again.” In other words, Dr. King's warnings concerning possible future violence have actually been twisted into excuses for justifying violence by those who are now perpetrating violence. 

And it's this self-perceived “postponing of justice” that is the actual excuse now being used by the malcontents for they still to this day perceive justice as not having been served in the cases of Barack HUSSEIN Obama's “If I had son...” Treyvon Martin, Rodney King, Michael Brown, and a multiple of other young and middle-aged black men who have died at the hands of white police officers...some dying even as a direct result of their having committed and running away from a crime scene. 

And as for Dr. King's words “the language of the unheard”...while Dr. King did follow up those words with, “What is it that America has failed to hear?” he did answer his own question by stating that, “It (as in America) has failed to hear that the plight of the Negro poor has worsened over the past few years. It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. It has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice, equality and humanity.”  

So while those words did speak of what Dr. King perceived as being the truth about where race relations stood at that time, in no way did his words condone violence as being the answer to solving the now growing racial disparities that were dividing this country what with groups like the Black Panthers being born while Dr. King was still alive...groups espousing violence as being the only way to achieve acceptable answers to what “America has failed to hear.” Nor do I believe this man of peace would condone today's acts of violence even after he himself died by an act of violence...an act which seems to have been the touch-point for today's younger black Americans being less willing than their elders to wait for and see being delivered long promised “social reforms.”


 

But the bottom line is this, in today's world of race relations seemingly gone bust, thanks of course to the Obama administration setting back race relations a good fifty years if not more, it seems that rioting, looting, and arson have become the standard and acceptable response every time a black man is killed by a white police office. Setting themselves up as the officer's judge and jury without allowing for needed investigations to take place or for a trial to unfold, today such killings, whether they be justified or not, allows those malcontents to not only let off steam but to garner for themselves, without fear of reprisal, what others have without their having to work for it. And yet these same folks cry fowl when white folk don't, to them, honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in a way that they alone approve. But the truth is what good is having a holiday for the civil rights leader if a good number of his own people ignore both his words and his actions.  

Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” And it's these very words of Dr. King's that now sadly do apply to the hoards of malcontents, after all their actions do speak louder than their words shouted, especially when said actions drown out the words of the very man they having willingly chosen to turn their backs on. Dr, King must be looking down from heaven shaking his head wondering just where and when his hoped for “dream” turned into a nightmare.  

And the two truly saddest things of all is first, violence of the scope we are now witnessing could only have been pre-planned waiting for just the right incident to set the wheels of destruction in motion...November 3, 2020 anyone. And second, what will happen to Officer Chauvin now that the ME report has been released and the fact that's he's on suicide watch...will his death alone be the only thing that soothes the malcontents or will he be afforded a fair trial. A conundrum that even Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., if he were alive today, might have given him pause to wonder...just saying.  
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* The three other fired officers are Thomas Lane, Tou Thao, and J. Alexander Kueng.
  
Copyright @ 2020 Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor / All Rights Reserved.
   
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