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Whitlock: The DNC and the Black KKK shocked that I would photoshop LeBron James in outfit they designed for him

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The DNC, the governing body of the Democratic Party, has been dressing black voters in Ku Klux Klan hoods and robes for 60 years.

Yesterday, I ran a photoshopped image with my column of LeBron James in a hood and robe to hammer a point I made in the column about the NBA player and leftist's bigoted attitude toward black people and indifference to the murder of a white teenager, Ethan Liming.

It’s not the first time – nor will it be the last time – I have made reference to a Black KKK. My first reference was in late 2007 after the murder of NFL star Sean Taylor, who was murdered inside his home. Prosecutors charged five men – Venjah Hunte, Eric Rivera, Jason Mitchell, Charles Wardlow, and Timothy Brown – with burglarizing and murdering Taylor. Before police identified and arrested the assailants, I wrote a piece predicting that Taylor died at the hands of the Black KKK, a term I created to describe the criminal gangs of young people who terrorize black communities.

My column and use of the term “Black KKK” shocked and angered leftists. Fifteen years later, leftists are still feigning shock, anger, and disbelief that I would argue that a KKK-like pathology afflicts black people who swallow leftist ideology.

The left-wing website Mediaite acted like the LeBron photoshop was a whodunit, publishing a piece titled “For Some Reason, The Blaze Published a Photoshopped Image of LeBron as a Klansman on a Jason Whitlock Article.” John Whitehouse, a reporter for the alt-left media platform Media Matters, complained over Twitter: “The Blaze – a far-right website of Glenn Beck, Steven Crowder, Mark Levin and more – photoshopped @kingjames into a KKK hood for a column by Jason Whitlock; archived version here:”

This isn’t a whodunit. I did it. I’ve been doing it. I’ve been arguing for years that white political leftists have forced black culture and people to adopt the mindset of the KKK. The Ku Klux Klan was founded in 1865 and served as the enforcement arm of the Democratic Party. It terrorized black and white people who refused to support the racist policies of the Democratic Party.

That’s not an opinion. It’s a historical fact.

There’s a myth promoted by Democrats that the party abandoned its racist policies and attitudes in the 1960s after losing the civil rights war. They did not shift their attitudes and policies. They seduced black people into adopting their anti-black attitudes and policies.

The Democratic National Committee, the governing body of the Democratic Party, massaged its name without telling black people or the media. In the late 1960s, the DNC switched to standing for Dead Negroes Confederacy. The Dead Negroes Confederacy loves dead negroes. Its policies and attitude promote the deaths of negroes.

LeBron James, most celebrity influencers, John Whitehouse, the writers at Media Matters and Mediaite, Joy Reid, Anderson Cooper, Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton, and on and on are rewarded for advocating the policies of the Dead Negroes Confederacy.

Let’s take a quick glance at some of the DNC’s best work:

  • The DNC has convinced black voters that the annual slaughter of thousands of black babies through abortion is a fundamental freedom and right.
  • The DNC has convinced black voters that George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Eric Garner are more heroic and worthy of celebration than Clarence Thomas, Ben Carson, and Thomas Sowell.
  • The DNC, through its promotion of Black Lives Matter, has convinced black voters that the disruption of the nuclear family serves our interests.
  • The DNC has convinced black voters that a government check can replace a black father and husband.
  • The DNC has convinced black voters that all educational and behavioral standards must be lowered or removed because it believes black Americans can’t meet them.

The policies and cultural norms supported by the DNC lead to death, violence, chaos, dysfunction, and hostility toward religious faith and objective truth.

As a means of paying homage to old-school Klansmen, supporters of the Dead Negroes Confederacy fight for the right of black people and black entertainers to commodify, commercialize, and cling to calling each other “n***er.”

Worse, the work of the DNC has caused black people to be totally indifferent to black violence, carnage, and dysfunction.

Three black men allegedly murdered a white teenager and honor roll student, Ethan Liming, in the parking lot of LeBron’s I Promise School. LeBron doesn’t care. The outspoken NBA star who can seemingly never hold his tongue or Twitter fingers when anyone black is harmed by a white perpetrator has failed to say or do anything of substance about the death of Ethan Liming.

James is quiet because he’s a member of the DNC’s Black KKK. The Black KKK expects young black men to act violently and criminally. The Black KKK holds black people to no standard of moral behavior. The Black KKK believes in the superiority of whiteness and white people.

That’s why the DNC and the Black KKK are outraged whenever white people fail. Expectations are a sign of respect. The Dead Negroes Confederacy and the Black KKK have no expectations for black people.

That’s why Media Matters and Mediaite want to credit TheBlaze, Glenn Beck, Steven Crowder, and Mark Levin for my work, creativity, and excellence.

Media Matters, Mediaite, John Whitehouse, and the rest of the DNC don’t believe in black excellence. I do.

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