Why the Liberal lynch mob’s attack on Paula Deen is an attack on all of us

 

By Emma Karlin, staff writer

We have seen this before. The liberals decide someone has committed a violation of political correctness and assassinate their victim. It makes no difference how long ago the violation occurred or how trivial it was; the social death sentence must be carried out by the Liberal lynch mob – period.

Watching TV cooking show star Paula Deen’s self-flagellation to try to “purify” herself of the sin of using the dreaded N word some twenty seven years ago is a sad and sickening spectacle. That she committed this “unpardonable” sin so long ago has been brought out by discovery in a civil suit which, of course, makes it fair game. That Deen claims that she has long since stopped using this “dreaded” word should have been enough to make this bogus “controversy” go away, but it has not.  It has not gone away because the Liberal lynch mob says it can’t. People like Al Sharpton use this word regularly and the grunts that pass for music in the world of Black culture is replete with the word, but that means nothing.

Paula Deen is a Leftist Fellow Traveler who campaigned for Barack Obama in 2008 and featured Michelle Obama on her show; but that means nothing to the Liberal Lynch mob. In fact Moocher’s appearance on Deen’s show probably started this ball rolling.

When Mooch was on Deen’s Show, during a filming break, she dove into a plate of fried chicken like a wolf into a hen house, and Deen made the mistake of joking about Queen Michelle’s hardy appetite.

The Food Channel former television outlet was and is in the tank for Obama. If it didn’t like the fact that 27 years ago Deen used the N word it could have quietly refused to renew her contract and end her show; but it didn’t.  It jumped on the “controversy” as a chance to the beat down Deen and suck up to King Barack. Kissing a king’s butt like this is the type of thing we fought our Revolution over.

Liberals hate and fear strong and successful White women.

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5 thoughts on “Why the Liberal lynch mob’s attack on Paula Deen is an attack on all of us”

  1. @Emma–

    While all of this might be true, Deen is not exactly a sympathetic victim. Lest we forget, her empire was forged on “comfort food,” but when she became a diabetic, she quickly got in the tank with Big Pharma.

    Excuse me if I can’t get too worked up about a big phony going down.

    1. What you posted has absolutely nothing to do with the “N” word 27 years ago. Nothing.

      All this political correctness crap and bowing down to Leftists has to stop. I could care less if someone knew I said the “N” word or the “C” word or the…you get the picture. The hell with all of them. I’m not stopping to think how some idiot will be offended by some word when I talk. I don’t give a crap. Stand up and be Wolves. Stop being sheep!

  2. @Ben–

    Good point, but easier said than done. Don’t forget that the minds of at least one complete generation have been warped—courtesy of Antonio Gramsci’s “March Through the Institutions.”

    The cult of the victim–enshrined via the disastrous Civil Rights Act of 1964–is an established Article of Faith in the American ethos. Good luck putting that genie back into the bottle.

  3. The Trayvon Martin case is simply the latest example of this double standard when it comes to violent crime victims. Barely had the incident been reported than the liberal lynch mob, headed by “race-hustler” Al Sharpton, were in the streets, demanding “justice” for the young man. Jesse Jackson, and the rest of the usual suspects were not far behind. To hell with the legal process, let’s get a rope.

  4. The Trayvon Martin case is simply the latest example of this double standard when it comes to violent crime victims. Barely had the incident been reported than the liberal lynch mob, headed by “race-hustler” Al Sharpton, were in the streets, demanding “justice” for the young man. Jesse Jackson, and the rest of the usual suspects were not far behind. To hell with the legal process, let’s get a rope.

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