Sad Boston Bigot Just Went To Charlottesville Demonstration To Get His Fair Share Of Abuse
— TIME (@TIME) August 18, 2017
Here is a three minute post to hold you over until Dok finishes whatever hilarity he is cooking up for your End of Day open thread (at which point there will be competing five-alarm fires from WaPo and the NYT).
Meet this guy, whose name we do not know because why would we click over to Time Magazine to find it out? Brother Man is a rising sophomore at Boston University, despite being like 35 years old by the looks of him, and he is leaving the university for his own safety. That is a shame. People should not get death threated (and we mean that). At the same time though, he is a pud who is just SHOCKED and APPALLED by all the "hate" directed at him by people calling him "a terrible person," when there is no hate on his side, no siree, and he finds it upsetting that "the political climate is the way it is"! You know, the political climate in which some people go around with torches chanting "Jews will not replace us."
He is just one of those "innocent" good, "very fine" people who traveled 550 miles each way to register how unfair it is that "the American people never got a vote" on "the fundamental transformation of the composition of our country."
Nicholas Fuentes (we lied; we clicked over to Time and know his name) is right about that. The "American people" never got a vote on "the fundamental transformation of the composition of our county," because we are a republic, and we elect people to vote for us. And that's what Congress did with the Immigration Act of 1965.
MEWL, you are mewling, Congress did not authorize all the MESSICANS to come ILLEGALLY. Well. Okay. Then let's also stipulate that most African Americans today never got a vote on whether to immigrate here either! There, now we have all stipulated all the things. Also, we thought the whole thing was about "our beautiful statues," not immigration. So there's another bullshit county heard from.
But now that we are thinking about it, were there any Fuenteses on the Mayflower? Hermano, there were not!
But we're sure your people were like from Spain. Dok's post will be up soon, the end.
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