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            Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Ann Coulter: Never wrong with the facts,
and seldom wrong in judgement.


The New York Times alone has published hundreds of articles, editorials, op-eds, movie reviews, sports articles and crossword puzzles darkly invoking "white judges" and "all-white" juries, as if that is ipso facto proof of racist justice.

Two weeks ago -- that's not an error; I didn't mean to type "decades" and it came out "weeks" -- the Times published an op-ed by a federal appeals judge stating: "All-white juries risk undermining the perception of justice in minority communities, even if a mixed-race jury would have reached the same verdict or imposed the same sentence."

In other words, even when provably not unfair, white jurors create the "perception" of unfairness solely by virtue of the color of their skin.

Innocence Project co-founder Barry Scheck's entire career of springing criminals would be gone if it were generally accepted that we can't question judges or juries based on race or ethnicity. Writing about the release of Glenn Ford, a black man convicted of robbing a jewelry store and murdering the owner, Scheck claimed that one of the most important factors in Ford's death sentence was the "all-white jury."

On the other hand, the evidence against Ford included: His two black friends telling police he'd shown them jewelry the day of the murder, another Ford acquaintance swearing he'd had a .38 in his waistband -- the murder weapon was a .38 -- and the gunshot residue on Ford's hand. His conviction was overturned many years later, on the theory that his black friends had committed the murder, then framed him.

So we know 1) the "real killers" were also black; and 2) any jury would have convicted Ford on that evidence.

Here's how the Times described Ford's trial: "A black man convicted of murder by an all-white jury in Louisiana in 1984 and sentenced to die, tapped into an equally old and painful vein of race."

I have approximately 1 million more examples of the media going mental about a "white judge" or "all-white jury," and guess what? In none of them were any of the white people involved members of organizations dedicated to promoting white people, called "THE RACE."

Say, does anyone remember if it ever came up that the Ferguson police force was all white? Someone check that.

I don’t want to upset you New York Times editorial board, but perhaps we should revisit the results of the Nuremberg trials. Those were presided over by – TRIGGER WARNING! – “all white” juries. (How do we really know if Hermann Göring was guilty without hearing women's and Latino voices?)

So much for that .

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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

Watch out Ann, or the NY Times will accuse you of having crackas in your bed. Which would be racist.
So they're trying to say that Ann is a coal-hauler? C'mon, it's like a story from The Onion. But what's really alarming and depressing are the comments from "supremacists" both white and black; it's like an excuse for blacks to show how deep their own racism is.

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"Pictures"? Do you mean screen-grabs of the comments? We could give you quotes (which you can see just as easily yourself -- just scroll down on the Business Standard story you linked to), but we're really not crazy about dignifying them by repeating them or giving them more exposure, even here.

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku
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