Hillary and Mayor Bill De Blasio share “colored people time”


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While pandering in New York City, Hillary Clinton joined NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio in a poor effort at a humorous skit:

Hillary Clinton performed in a racially tinged skit at an annual New York City press dinner as the controversy surrounding former president Bill Clinton’s defense of his wife’s “superpredator” remark continues to swirl.

Clinton took the stage for a surprise appearance at Saturday’s Inner Circle Dinner and proceeded to needle Mayor Bill de Blasio for his belated endorsement.

“I just have to say thanks for the endorsement, Bill. Took you long enough,” Clinton told her former campaign manager.

“Sorry, Hillary, I was running on C.P. time,” de Blasio replied to gasps from the crowd.

As Raw Story explains, “C. P. time,” or “colored people time,” refers to “the stereotype that African Americans generally tell as a reason for being late to an event or a traditionally black event not beginning on time.”

“Hamilton” star Leslie Odom Jr., who is black, was onstage with de Blasio and Clinton. “I don’t like jokes like that,” he said to the mayor.

Here it is:


Clinton took the stage for a surprise appearance at Saturday’s Inner Circle Dinner and proceeded to needle Mayor Bill de Blasio for his belated endorsement.

In case you missed it, here is that “superpredator” remark:


There was a lot of harrumphing about this recently.

Therefore, Hillary’s comment holds more significance than simply referring to gang members. It was used to justify mass incarceration for many crack addicts and small dose marijuana users, not dealers. The focus was not rehabilitation of the addicts, but punitive punishment. Prisons are big business in the United States and people business is good! Mandatory minimums and longer sentences makes for huge profits. Have we forgotten about the judges that took bribes from private prisons to send juveniles away? Ironically, now that heroin has taken a foothold in white suburbia, those harsh sentencing guidelines are being struck down in favor of rehabilitation over prison. What about black and Latino addicted youth that were incarcerated? Well, they had to be brought to heel.

And naturally, Clinton let it be known she “regretted” that remark as she was pandering back in 1996 when she said it.

So why does this matter?

Not a single major legacy media covered it.. Not one.

Trump is called a “racist” with virtually every word he utters.

Mitt Romney pretty much killed himself when he spoke the phrase “binders full of women.” The internet went postal.

It was harmless. It pointed to Romney’s efforts on behalf of women:

Romney said, “Let’s have a flexible schedule so you can have hours that work for you.”

Do fathers not have to get home and cook dinner? Do they not want to be there for their children when school is out? After all, there are such things as single dads who balance children and work. Mitt Romney has obviously been watching too many episodes of “Leave It To Beaver” on TV Land on the campaign trail. The days of Donna Reed are long over, Mr. Romney.

Romney seemed to time travel again to the 1950s when he was addressing a question about assault weapons, specifically AK-47s.

“We need moms and dads, helping to raise kids,” Romney said. “Wherever possible the – the benefit of having two parents in the home, and that’s not always possible. A lot of great single moms, single dads. But gosh to tell our kids that before they have babies,
they ought to think about getting married to someone, that’s a great idea.”

But the left would have none of it. Romney had to die.

Had any Republican candidate participated in a skit which included “colored people time” it would be fatal to his or her campaign. Instantly. The cries of racist would drown out absolutely everything else. But let a left wing asshat do it and at most the left shifts in its seat and picks it nose. This should strangle Clinton’s campaign, but it won’t.

It won’t because you can’t spell “liberal” without the letters  H Y P O C R I T E.

Speaking of hypocrisy, the Clinton’s have at least five shell corporations in Delaware for the purpose of tax avoidance.

There is nothing illegal about the activity, but the location has come under renewed scrutiny in the wake of last week’s finding that a Panamanian law firm helped as many as 140 political leaders around their globe surreptitiously shield their assets using offshore holding corporations. During a campaign stop this week, Clinton said the revelations about the “super-rich” exploiting tax loopholes were “outrageous.”

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So, was that black guy there, dressed like that, because he’s a loyal house n-word democrat or what?

Hillary, like all left wing pols, will be given a pass. She can say or do whatever she wants and get away with it especially now that Obama came out over the weekend and essentially declared her innocent for the crimes she committed with her email server. What other person can set up a SCIF (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) in their basement and get away with it? She knows she is above the law and therefore will act accordingly.

Did blasio’s wife give him a dirty look when he got home? his kids?

it took us THIS long to find out that Democrats, for all their posturing, has been the party of manipulating, attacking, using, belittling, mutiliating, torture, disenfranchising, and tricking people of color (but not all people of color, given how dark skinned people from India are comparatively treated)

The first person of color to be in the Senate:
Hiram Rhodes Revels (1822-1901); Republican – Mississippi; 1870-1871
Carol Moseley Braun – Democrat – Illinois; 1993-1999

The first person of color to be in the House:
John Willis Menard (1838-1893); Republican – Louisiana; 1868
Arthur W. Mitchell – Democrat – Illinois; 1935-1943

Democrats have been the party of four S’s:
Slavery, secession, segregation and now socialism

During the draft riots the “copperheads” fired up the unions in nyc, claiming blacks would take white mans jobs, and destroyed their businesses, murdered them in the street, tried to murder a school of orphans, and drove them up into harlem. then they came up with the idea of creating minimum wage, under the idea that white capitalists would never pay a black man a white mans wage, this did not work, and rather than remove africans from the work force of free men, became a defined bottom one did not have to pay more than.

Historian, Dr. Eric Foner: the Ku Klux Klan was founded in 1866 by Democrats as a Tennessee social club. The Ku Klux Klan became a military force serving the interests of the Democratic Party, the planter class, and all those who desired the restoration of white supremacy. The Klan spread into other Southern states, launching a ‘reign of terror‘ against Republican leaders, black and white.

they were not the only ones, there was a group for the wealthy, the Knights of the White Camelia.

The Hayes-Tilden Compromise of 1877 was an attempt by Republicans to end the presidential election stalemate, as well as get the Democrats to stop the lynchings and respect the rights of blacks. Contrary to popular belief, President Rutherford Hayes did not remove the last federal troops from the South, but merely ordered federal troops surrounding the South Carolina and Louisiana statehouses to return to their barracks.

from Full text of “The Hayes-Tilden disputed presidential election of 1876”

[from the congressional record – note wiki has nothing on this on the hayes tilden page]

Eaton Logwood, another colored man, corroborated Burrell s testimony regarding the condition of affairs in Ouachita. He had suffered bodily harm on account, he alleged, of his political principles. Two white men, blackened to look like negroes, had rid den up to his cabin, had shot him, and had killed his brother-in-law, Primus Johnson, who at the time was holding a child in his arms. Logwood s own wounds had been frightful ones, and were not yet healed. 2
But this evidence was as nothing to that given by the next witness, Eliza Pinkston. Attended by a woman with restoratives, Mrs. Pinkston was borne into the room on a chair by two stalwart negroes. In this proceeding and in what followed there was an evident striving after effect a striving which was altogether unnecessary, for the story needed no embellishment. What she had to tell caused a great sensation among the Northern visitors, 1 and was telegraphed to the remotest parts of the Union.
She testified that up to the Saturday night before the election she had lived with Henry Pinkston in a cabin on what was known as “The Island” of Ouachita parish. On that night a party of white men, some of whom she claimed to have recognized, and two negroes had ridden up to the cabin, and had called for Pinkston. Failing to entice him out, they had broken in (the door, had seized him, and had sworn that if he voted the Republican ticket he would have “to vote it in hell.” When the woman had attempted to interfere, she had been knocked down. The ruffians had then gagged the man; had gashed him with knives, making a sound “just like cutting in new leather ;” had then dragged him outside; and had there shot him seven times. Some of them had then re-entered the cabin ; had killed a baby which the woman held in her arms ; had assaulted the woman several times ; and had then shot her, cut her, gashed her with an axe, and left her for dead. In proof of her story she exhibited her wounds, which were still unhealed. They were a shocking sight, for she had unquestionably been brutally dealt with; on her thigh there was a frightful gash, there were wounds in her head and neck, and there was a deep wound in one of her breasts.
Every possible effort was made by the Democrats, both before the returning board and before later con gressional investigating committees, to break down the story of this outrage.
It was claimed that the murder had no political significance, that, as a matter of fact, Pinkston was a Democrat.
1 Charles Tidwell, the owner of the plantation on which the murder occurred, reluctantly admitted before a Senate committee, however, that while Pinkston had two years before voted with the Democrats, he was at the time of his death a Radical ;
2 there was also evidence to the effect that by remaining away from a Democratic rally Pinkston had endangered his life.
3 Another theory propounded by the Democrats was that Pinkston was killed by a negro named Brooks, with whom he had had a fight some months before.
4 But there was no real evidence to support the theory ; while there was evidence, both direct and circumstantial, that the killing was the work of several men.
5 Much evidence was brought in by the Democrats to show that because Eliza was of bad character no weight should be attached to her story of the outrage. As regards her character there was no room for doubt. Her own testimony 2 showed her to be vulgar and indecent to a degree scarcely conceivable ; and she was much given to embellishing her account with details that were evidently fictitious.
Yet the essential portions of her story were not success fully impeached. The anxiety of some partisan writers, such as Gibson and Bigelow, to prove the out rage all a pretense has betrayed them into some rather grim absurdities. Gibson triumphantly points to the fact that the child s throat was not cut. as she alleged, and that Pinkston s body was not mutilated in the man ner she described. 3 He seems to lose sight of the fact that the child was nevertheless killed, that its body was thrown into a pond, where it was not found for a week; of the fact that Pinkston was shot seven times and that his dead body was so distorted that it was not put into a coffin but was buried in a quilt.
So fiendish an outrage may appear incredible to some people, yet it is a matter of history that outrages fully as brutal were committed by the Ku Klux are still committed in some sections. The explanation lies in the barbarous character of a portion of the white population and in the low value attached to a “nig ger s” life.

So this behavior of democrats using blacks, and tricking them, and disparaging them sometimes in front, but mostly behind their faces, and disrespecting them because people they find easy to manipulate or use are not to be respected, has been a common attitude since at least the civil war, and before it.

Segregation – Democrats enacted the discriminatory Black Codes and Jim Crow laws

Democrats fought to prevent the passage of every piece of civil rights legislation from the 1860’s to the 1960’s.

Democrats wanted to keep blacks in virtual slavery and deny blacks the promised “40 acres and a mule”.

After they took control of Congress in 1892, Democrats passed the Repeal Act of 1894 that overturned civil rights legislation passed by the Republicans, including the Civil Rights Acts of 1866 and 1875. It took Republicans nearly six decades to finally achieve passage of civil rights legislation in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

It defies logic for Democrats today to claim that the racist Democrats suddenly joined the Republican Party after Republicans finally won the civil rights battle against the racist Democrats. In fact, the racist Democrats declared that they would rather vote for a “yellow dog” than vote for a Republican, because the Republican Party was known as the party for blacks.

The Republicans started the NAACP in 1909 on Abraham Lincoln’s 100th birthday to counter the racist practices of the Democrats. The first black American to head the NAACP was Republican James Weldon Johnson who wrote the lyrics to “Lift Every Voice and Sing”, the inspirational song that is considered to be the Black National Anthem.

Few blacks know that Republicans also started the Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

The Modern Civil Rights Era – Democrats fought against civil rights in the 1950’s and 1960’s

Democrat Public Safety Commissioner Eugene “Bull” Connor in Birmingham let loose vicious dogs and turned skin-burning fire hoses on black civil rights demonstrators.

Democrat Georgia Governor Lester Maddox famously brandished ax handles to prevent blacks from patronizing his restaurant. In 1954, Democrat Arkansas Governor Orville Faubus tried to prevent desegregation of a Little Rock public school.

Democrat Alabama Governor George Wallace stood in front of the Alabama schoolhouse in 1963 and thundered, “Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”

I can go on and on as to the democrats in history..
so is it any wonder that when they arent careful, their mask drops and you see their full on racism for the purpose of personal and party gain? when they thought whites should hate blacks they played that, when they found out whites were not as racist as they were, they pretended to switch sides and game everyone.

Their history is now being scrubbed away so that others wont know the truth about their past.

and by their past behavior towards blacks, is it any wonder that today they still have that attitude in secret and that the blacks are rubes to be used to create ill in the US they can then exploit “never letting a crisis go to waste”…

The silence of the leftists who shout “racist” at the drop of a Republican hat is deafening.