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Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Gay pirate abjures 1st Amendment

Rep. Dan Crenshaw violated his oath to the U.S. Constitution:
Congressman Dan Crenshaw suggested that criticism of Israel should not be protected under the First Amendment during an event last night. Crenshaw was asked about federal laws that demand contractors in America sign a pledge that they will not boycott Israel.

The audience member also drew attention to a law passed by the state of Florida which prohibits anti-Semitism in public schools and universities throughout the state but is written to conflate “anti-Semitism” with criticism of Israel.

“These laws are obviously flagrant and troubling violations of the First Amendment to free speech,” said the questioner. “Will you honor your oath and denounce these laws here, now and forever?” Crenshaw was asked.

Crenshaw immediately accused the questioner of “cloaking yourself in the First Amendment” as an excuse to engage in “vehement anti-Semitism.”
It's official. The U.S. Constitution is anti-Semitic. It's time to choose whom you will serve, conservatives.

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112 Comments:

Blogger Jeroth November 05, 2019 1:35 PM  

The young man did a great job asking the question. Popeye McCain looked really bad here.

Blogger JohnofAustria November 05, 2019 1:38 PM  

Why yes, I do use the First Amendment to argue against modern secular (and other) heresies.

Blogger Meanoldbasterd November 05, 2019 1:42 PM  

What a jackass

Blogger Out of Nod November 05, 2019 1:45 PM  

Looks like that Navy Seal training didn't include avoidance of rhetorical falacies...ad hominem much Mr. Congressman?

Who is your master?

Blogger The Cooler November 05, 2019 1:45 PM  

There is no Judeo-Christianity like Texan Judeo-Christianity. It really is something right the fuck else.

Blogger VFM #7634 November 05, 2019 1:47 PM  

Wasn't aware that Crenshaw was gay, although being a cuck is an indicator, I suppose.

Blogger Tallen November 05, 2019 1:51 PM  

If criticism of Israel is not protected under the 1A then neither is support for Israel, according to the whims of current officials. Are those the rules they really want to play by now?

Blogger Jim the Curmudgeon November 05, 2019 1:52 PM  

This guy appears to be devoid of common sense. Instead of giving a calm answer about balancing interests (blah blah), he goes on the attack and uses the same bafflegarble as leftists (e.g., 'cloaking yourself in the first amendment').

He might have demonstrated fealty to his Yiddish handlers, but the main takeaway from the event will be his scorn for constitutional rights. Brilliant.

This younger generation of nationalists is WAY better at playing the meme and soundbite game than the neocons are.

Blogger Nation-Deprived November 05, 2019 1:54 PM  

The whole Q&A was weak deflections. He’s in Utah tonight, we’ll see if he’s learned anything.

Blogger Shimshon November 05, 2019 1:57 PM  

I think it's time to rub my hands together in glee. That's a joke, for those who take things like this the wrong way.

Still, honestly, after hearing Owen go on and on about how supportive he is of censorship in #660, something I happen to agree with, I don't see what the problem is. If the effort was instead focused on countering George Soros specifically, would you still have a problem with the idea?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash November 05, 2019 2:00 PM  

Shimshon wrote:I don't see what the problem is.
I'm sure you don't.

Blogger andrisf November 05, 2019 2:02 PM  

I wonder how many Epsteins are still around and how many terabytes of footage of how these scum politicians are raping or doing something even worse to children, these Epsteins have...
Well, same thing happens in Russia too, you will have to look very hard to find better friend of Israel then Putin and his "friends" the jew oligarhs. It is well known that it was Jews who shot down Russian electronic warfare plane, that was messing with Israeli ability to hit targets in Syria, in 2018 it was i think, yet it was just literally ignored.
Jews are truly fascinating people, their ability to infiltrate societies highest corridors of power is unrivaled.

Blogger The Cooler November 05, 2019 2:04 PM  

If the effort was instead focused on countering George Soros specifically, would you still have a problem with the idea?

Analogue fail, aisle 10.

Blogger Ken Prescott November 05, 2019 2:05 PM  

Arguably, any organized boycott of any foreign country's products that gets coordinated with foreign entities runs afoul of the Logan Act. And that describes BDS to a tee.

Blogger Zaklog the Great November 05, 2019 2:06 PM  

Heh, somewhat appropriate to see this news considering we just started reading through Hilaire Belloc’s The Jews. If you’re interested, we’re still on chapter one at Dissident Reads. I guess I should put a tag at top now: Denounced by Dan Crenshaw.

Blogger Akuma November 05, 2019 2:06 PM  

"Its official. The U.S. Constitution is anti-Semitic. It's time to choose whom you will serve, conservatives."

They have already chosen. They serve their Wives.

Blogger The Cooler November 05, 2019 2:07 PM  

Conflation fail, aisle 14.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd November 05, 2019 2:14 PM  

It's time to choose whom you will serve, conservatives.
Akuma wrote:They have already chosen. They serve their Wives.

They serve their Leftist masters. I suppose for the married ones that's what you said.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan November 05, 2019 2:15 PM  

When can I start the mass arrests of leftists who don't support Israel?

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 05, 2019 2:19 PM  

"If the effort was instead focused on countering George Soros specifically, would you still have a problem with the idea?"

I don't care what anyone says the point of something is. I care what their intended actions are.

Blogger Longtime Lurker November 05, 2019 2:22 PM  

Because gutting the First Amendment to shield Israel from criticism just oozes confidence.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 05, 2019 2:27 PM  

If they intend to silence anyone calling out their wickedness, I advise them to take the merciful path for themselves, shut the f*** up and walk back to their people in their land and the hell away from ours, before suck-starting a shotgun becomes their most optimal available choice.

Blogger maniacprovost November 05, 2019 2:32 PM  

This younger generation of nationalists is WAY better at playing the meme and soundbite game than the neocons are.

Neocons are great at it; their rhetoric simultaneously gets us into wars and undermines any actual right wing or nationalist positions.

Conservatives, on the other hand, sit silently until the Progs begin another outrage, then react with "not yet! slow down."

Blogger VD November 05, 2019 2:38 PM  

Still, honestly, after hearing Owen go on and on about how supportive he is of censorship in #660, something I happen to agree with, I don't see what the problem is.

This is straight-up Jewish interests against American rights. It is a catastrophically stupid campaign and is creating open and well-justified hatred.

It will do FAR more harm to Israel than BDS ever could.

Blogger VD November 05, 2019 2:40 PM  

Arguably, any organized boycott of any foreign country's products that gets coordinated with foreign entities runs afoul of the Logan Act.

No one gives a damn about your legalistic contortions. A bright red line has been crossed. And unnecessarily.

Blogger Noah B. November 05, 2019 2:40 PM  

"I think it's time to rub my hands together in glee. That's a joke, for those who take things like this the wrong way.

A guy like Crenshaw is as much of a liability to his so-called friends as to his enemies. When a man broadcasts to the world that he has no loyalty it pays to watch your back around him.

Blogger The Lab Manager November 05, 2019 2:42 PM  

Dan Cuckshaw also voted to give greencards to a million unneeded Pajeets since there is this myth that Americans can't or won't do those jobs. Once again, military background does not translate into a Constitutional oriented citizen. See also Tulsi Gabbard.

Blogger Oswald November 05, 2019 2:45 PM  

So you can burn the flag, but you cannot criticize Israel? Got it.

Blogger Shimshon November 05, 2019 2:45 PM  

@24 Vox, when you put it that way, I can more easily see the objection.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd November 05, 2019 2:47 PM  

The Lab Manager wrote:Once again, military background does not translate into a Constitutional oriented citizen. See also Tulsi Gabbard.
Also, citizen does not equal American.

Blogger CM November 05, 2019 2:55 PM  

It is really ironic that for all the right talks about the left being anti-free speech and anti-american that the only legislation against free speech passed in the last 5 years came from the right in service to a foreign country.

Blogger OneWingedShark November 05, 2019 2:56 PM  

Meanoldbasterd wrote:What a jackass
No, he's far worse.
There are many evil people, and the word-wizards are those who will lie about what the Constitution says, then beat you over the head with that lie and if you should dare question it they refer to self-authority.

Tallen wrote:If criticism of Israel is not protected under the 1A then neither is support for Israel, according to the whims of current officials. Are those the rules they really want to play by now?
I think you misunderstand: they really do want that, because they either are or [believe they] control them.
This is all ramp-up to their favorite game of "heads, I win; tails, you lose".

This is why they weasel into the Judiciary, and promote what is essentially pilpul (via the promotion of 'precedence') over and above the actual law — it's all set-up so that they can selectively apply the rules.

Jim the Curmudgeon wrote:He might have demonstrated fealty to his Yiddish handlers, but the main takeaway from the event will be his scorn for constitutional rights. Brilliant.

This younger generation of nationalists is WAY better at playing the meme and soundbite game than the neocons are.

The younger generation of nationalists is getting VERY angry at leaders who are observably against the nation's interests. The actions of our leadership are themselves going to condemn them — and I hope & pray that the anger in channeled into Just execution, rather than a French-style Terror.

Ken Prescott wrote:Arguably, any organized boycott of any foreign country's products that gets coordinated with foreign entities runs afoul of the Logan Act. And that describes BDS to a tee.
I would love to see the 'leaders' in our government held to account, both for their corruption and their foreign loyalties.

Blogger Nikolai Collushnikov November 05, 2019 3:01 PM  

Israel sucks. There, I said it. Come arrest me.

Blogger Uindo November 05, 2019 3:06 PM  

Shimshon wrote:Still, honestly, after hearing Owen go on and on about how supportive he is of censorship in #660, something I happen to agree with, I don't see what the problem is. If the effort was instead focused on countering George Soros specifically, would you still have a problem with the idea?

I am simply amazed because it is clear that you have a completely foreign mindset to my own. I tried to relate what you were saying about Soros to this and it just didn't make sense with a simple swap.
-Crensaw: criticism of Israel should not be protected under the First Amendment
-Shimson: criticism of Soros should not be protected under the First Amendment
???
Anything 'anti soros' would be conceptually different from what you say we should be happy with, probably some relaxing of federally enforced lawn instead of making more. It's as if, and I'm not a mind reader so this is my projection, you don't give a damn about the principles and only care about the utility of the thing.

In regards to censorship it was difficult to make the swap too. To say that defending this is defending the right of censoring would be like saying, "Well it's ok that the LAPD has the right to murder people without justification, wouldn't you want that right too?" Again it's a completely foreign mode of thinking where you demand oversized rights over others with the UNSPOKEN vague idea that you'll share the goods with the rest of the goy at a later date. "Let us censor goys criticizing Israel now and, unspoken, we'll let you censor Soros later!" No, you won't, and we both know that. So why bring that up?

I do not support jews having special rights over me. I do support the right of free association.

Blogger M.S. November 05, 2019 3:06 PM  

Tallen wrote:If criticism of Israel is not protected under the 1A then neither is support for Israel, according to the whims of current officials. Are those the rules they really want to play by now?
Very good point...

Blogger Don't Call Me Len November 05, 2019 3:15 PM  

But c'mon guyz, anitsemutizm violates the "first principle of Conservatism!", according to an angry Iowa wanker in the comments.

Blogger Akuma November 05, 2019 3:27 PM  

@Ominous Cowherd

"They serve their Leftist masters. I suppose for the married ones that's what you said."

No! In reality they serve their wives Psychiatrist. They also serve the master you mentioned as well. They also serve their daughters boyfriend whose named Tyrone. Their sons though they will ensure know how to take defeat nobly and pay Jizya payments where necessary.

Blogger Out of Nod November 05, 2019 3:28 PM  

It's not that we can't kr won't do the jobs...it's that they don't want to pay us enough to do the jobs and we won't compromise our values to do what they want us to do. Finance and usury also comes into play somewhere.

Blogger Dad29 November 05, 2019 3:29 PM  

The unalloyed worship of ex-military is beginning to produce the problems that worship of ANY class produces.

Blogger Dark glasses Woody November 05, 2019 3:31 PM  

Many people don't like beer until they get used to it, others taste one cosmopolitan and they're hooked. With Dan it is not so much the politics as it is the flagrant Illuminati symbolism that gets me. Oh well, I guess in the land of the blind the one eyed man is puppet. I only regret he gave but one eye for his country.

Blogger Karhu November 05, 2019 3:31 PM  

@21 Longtime Lurker:

"Because gutting the First Amendment to shield Israel from criticism just oozes confidence."

Our patience with their continued demands after 18 years of ruinous "War on Terror" is running thin, but they have no self-restraint. They've got to continue and extend this shield against criticism unless they're willing and able to take up the burden on their own. And 2006 suggests their society had become too corrupt to support effective and serious military campaigns.

Also factor in asymmetric warfare on oil production, the *extremely* precise attack on Saudi facilities has made clear this is a game changer for their alliance against Iran.

Blogger Out of Nod November 05, 2019 3:34 PM  

Ex-military is the equivalent of lab coats in political realms...it tends to be a boost for those who run for office or want to speak up (especially in Republican circles I've found).

Blogger Karhu November 05, 2019 3:35 PM  

@27 The Lab Manager:

"Dan Cuckshaw also voted to give greencards to a million unneeded Pajeets since there is this myth that Americans can't or won't do those jobs. Once again, military background does not translate into a Constitutional oriented citizen. See also Tulsi Gabbard."

They're also both very bad on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, there's not much difference between Tulsi and her competitors for the Presidential nomination, and the cyclops is pushing Red Flag laws hard. It seems that more often than not, ex-military of any prominence are anti-2nd Amendment.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 05, 2019 3:42 PM  

"the only legislation against free speech passed in the last 5 years came from the right in service to a foreign country."

"(((The Right)))".

Blogger Stilicho November 05, 2019 3:43 PM  

Aside from endless, pointless wars, communism, socialism, unconstrained usury, progressive income taxes, fiat currency, cultural degeneration, endless invasion by foreigners, the welfare state, destruction of families, the opioid crisis, bad food, destruction of the constitution, sara silverman, Harvey weinstein, Jeffrey Epstein, etc, what have the jews and Israelis done for us?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash November 05, 2019 3:49 PM  

Stilicho wrote:what have the jews and Israelis done for us?
At will abortion
No fault divorce
Diversity, multiculturalism and Affirmative action
Gay pride
Transgenderism
Yeah, they all fit under cultural degeneracy, but they are explicitly where the idea of Judeo-Christian Values falls apart. Every one is a Judeo value and violently opposed to Christian values.

Blogger Wario's Mart November 05, 2019 3:50 PM  

How long until Americans who don't swear allegiance are banned from receiving any form of government or corporate services.

The NHS is the future. I can now imagine quality of healthcare under a Democrat Medicare for all scheme or indeed a republican one will be made commensurate to your level of subservience to Israel.

If you don't support Israel totally and unequivocally you don't get healthcare.

Blogger Warunicorn November 05, 2019 3:52 PM  

How do you go from zero to absolute fucking retard in 2 seconds?

Dan Crenshaw knows how!

Blogger Wario's Mart November 05, 2019 3:53 PM  

When kids are getting vaccinated with thimerosal and aluminum and fluoride in good goy healthy amounts, I think it's incumbent upon them to prove at the very least dual loyalty to Israel and the Jews on a Talmud.

Anyone who doesn't gets the extra extra extra bad vaccine.

Blogger RebelNinja November 05, 2019 3:53 PM  

Crenshaw reveals much in that one statement about his real loyalties, then a 15 min. interview on FOX could ever unravel.

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 05, 2019 3:55 PM  

A lot of cops and ex-military guys like the idea of being the only guy around that’s armed. A lot less thinking required before you shoot.

Blogger Babydoc November 05, 2019 4:08 PM  

#28 - Award for most succinct on point threadwinner post. It is a tragedy that so many of the people spewing about the "hate-speech" exception to the 1st Amendment will claw the eyes out of anyone who argues against flag burning as the ultimate expression of 1st Amendment rights.

Neo-Babylon delenda est.

Blogger Gettimothy November 05, 2019 4:22 PM  

Crenshaw is a faggot?

Blogger JAG November 05, 2019 4:32 PM  

These Israel criticism shield and boycott preventing laws have until the Zoomers come to voting power. They have the highest population, and they notice. They'll repeal these laws and perhaps do away with dual citizenship nonsense.

Blogger Doktor Jeep November 05, 2019 4:33 PM  

Maybe this can go all the way up to...to... The Supreme Court!

....and finally prove how screwed our country is. Israel's bitch boy nation.

Blogger Gettimothy November 05, 2019 4:40 PM  

Does Crenshaw support laws forbidding criticism of (insert favorite shithole country here).
Does Crenshaw support laws forbidding criticism of the U.S.A?
Does Crenshaw support laws forbidding criticism of California?
The Washington Post?
CNN?
The Federal Reserve?
of Dan Crenshaw? How about Max Boot? Jeniffer Rubin?



Why the discrepency?
Does Crenshaw support inquiry into the origins of the Holodomor?
Of the Opium Trade?
Of Slave Trade?
...etc.


Fsck that guy, sideways with an eye-patch.

Blogger Calvin809 November 05, 2019 4:45 PM  

The Boomers love the ex-military because they protect our freedom. Freedom isn't free etc, etc.

Blogger Johnny November 05, 2019 4:55 PM  

Crenshaw's loyalty's are to Crenshaw, that's all. That, and his military background doesn't make him good at coming up with weasel words. Plainly his supports deserve a more capable liar.

Blogger Warunicorn November 05, 2019 4:56 PM  

No (at least...that we know of), but the taunt is hilarious nonetheless.

Blogger Shadow Banisher November 05, 2019 5:05 PM  

The pirate has no eyepatch.

Blogger VFM #7634 November 05, 2019 5:18 PM  

Dan Cuckshaw also voted to give greencards to a million unneeded Pajeets since there is this myth that Americans can't or won't do those jobs.

As said on the thread about Britain, the Left want you unemployed, unemployable, broke, starving, homeless, and finally dead.

And cucks too, since they're simply the soft Left.

Giving jobs to immigrants instead of Americans is part of that.

Blogger Garuna November 05, 2019 5:19 PM  

I was indifferent to Jews in 2016. Now I fucking despise them because of shit like this.

Blogger Stilicho November 05, 2019 5:20 PM  

@snidely, ok, aside from all that too?

I'd take the Python sketch further but my olam has been tikkuned a bit too much today.

Blogger Akuma November 05, 2019 5:24 PM  

"A lot of cops and ex-military guys like the idea of being the only guy around that’s armed. A lot less thinking required before you shoot."

Except their not. They are the most likely to discuss guns or violence. Military and LEO training sucks at explaining OPSEC. Good OPSEC means you're paranoid (to a normie) and reasonably prudent (to a real lawyer).

Blogger CM November 05, 2019 5:30 PM  

I was indifferent to Jews in 2016. Now I fucking despise them because of shit like this.

Pretty much. The Florida law and the conservative knee-jerk defense of it really was the nail in the coffin for me on the group and conservatism.

Identity politics exists on the right - but only for (((them))).

Blogger Unknownsailor November 05, 2019 5:36 PM  

Clearly Dan Crenshaw never gave a moments thought to what, exactly, his enlistment oath means, and what, exactly, he was swearing to support and defend.

As I'm sure Vox knows, there are former Marines, and ex-Marines. The two are NOT the same. Dan Crenshaw is ex-military, not former. He ain't worth the water it would take to spit on him.

Blogger Fuzzums Wuzzums November 05, 2019 5:39 PM  

And they keep digging, and digging, and digging...

Blogger Lovekraft November 05, 2019 5:39 PM  

The contrast is becoming almost comical. One side knows the game and that the only way forward is for full honesty and principles, the other just keeps mucking around in the Old Politics. This guy's playing to the Marxism-indoctrinated masses, not anyone in his heritage who have borne the brunt of much of the pain

Blogger Gen. Kong November 05, 2019 5:46 PM  

Tallen:
If criticism of Israel is not protected under the 1A then neither is support for Israel, according to the whims of current officials. Are those the rules they really want to play by now?

OWS:
I think you misunderstand: they really do want that, because they either are or [believe they] control them. This is all ramp-up to their favorite game of "heads, I win; tails, you lose".

This is why they weasel into the Judiciary, and promote what is essentially pilpul (via the promotion of 'precedence') over and above the actual law — it's all set-up so that they can selectively apply the rules.


I think we're already at the selective application stage. The law no longer exists. It now consists solely of whatever a Kritarch's whim is - and their whims dance to one tune only (the one played over and over by the healers). Look at the recent Kritarch's decree that Trump cannot require invaders to have insurance. Law is merely an empty husk which means only what healers say it means, applies only to whom they say it applies. Burn Stars and Stripes = OK, Burn Israel flag = jail (because "hate").

Blogger Welsh Woodsman November 05, 2019 5:47 PM  

“Crenshaw is a faggot?”
Possibly... but there is a higher chance he suffers from necrolagnia and mysophilia.

Blogger NateM November 05, 2019 5:51 PM  

That man lost his Eye for Israel. If he wants to give up our constitutional rights that's HIS choice!

Blogger Gettimothy November 05, 2019 5:58 PM  

NateM wrote:That man lost his Eye for Israel. If he wants to give up our constitutional rights that's HIS choice!

He can give up his, he will never take away ours.


Crenshaw has stepped outside of his God given delegated authority.

Let him twist until he repents.


Blogger The Lab Manager November 05, 2019 6:11 PM  

I checked Cuckshaw's Twatter feed and he does a decent job of sticking up for Trump. Too bad he is wrong on this free speech issue and red flag laws.

Rand does a decent job overall but he makes some egregious contradictions. He was upset about the border wall funding not following some imaginary part of the Constitution but was perfectly happy to discuss red flag laws. It's clear he did not learn too much from his dad though I respect him for his medical skills which still makes him worth more to the country than most members of Congress.

Blogger OneWingedShark November 05, 2019 6:19 PM  

Gen. Kong wrote:I think we're already at the selective application stage. The law no longer exists. It now consists solely of whatever a Kritarch's whim is - and their whims dance to one tune only (the one played over and over by the healers). Look at the recent Kritarch's decree that Trump cannot require invaders to have insurance. Law is merely an empty husk which means only what healers say it means, applies only to whom they say it applies. Burn Stars and Stripes = OK, Burn Israel flag = jail (because "hate").
I think you are right, it is evident that the laws are applied selectively; however, I believe that there is still hope… I believe that there are many people who would rejoice if the Judiciary were held to account, that would praise Justice being done — and I believe that God will bring this about, if He turns away from destroying us. God is willing, able, and I believe eager to turn away from destroying a nation [see Jeremiah 18:8, Jonah, Ezekiel 33:11].

Blogger Dave Dave November 05, 2019 6:25 PM  

Crenshaw is so out of touch that he won't see the obvious signs that people are fed up with Israel and want any Israel-firsters to fuck of forever. Or maybe it's because he only has one eye.

Blogger MichaelJMaier November 05, 2019 6:26 PM  

Jeroth wrote:The young man did a great job asking the question. Popeye McCain looked really bad here.

FUCK, dude! I was eating dinner reading that. You almost killed me with "Popeye McCain"! :D

Blogger Brick Hardslab November 05, 2019 6:30 PM  

Vox will you be back in Alex Jones anytime soon?

Blogger Robert Browning November 05, 2019 6:40 PM  

Christ was the biggest anti-Shem there ever was.

Blogger Jim the Curmudgeon November 05, 2019 6:40 PM  

@23 "Neocons are great at it; their rhetoric simultaneously gets us into wars and undermines any actual right wing or nationalist positions."

I agree that they were effective at eclipsing the traditional right. They managed to purge National Review, the John Birch Society and a host of other organizations, to the point where Pat Buchanan was seen as a radical.

However, they have also suffered a string of disasters on social media. I anticipate that this will get worse as the younger generation of nationalists continues to hone its disruptive tactics. I mean, Sebastian Gorka is so inept at social media that he managed to get his channel canned for copyright violations.

Gen Z's strategy appears to involve provoking disproportionate responses that wake up moderates. The "It's okay to be white" campaign is a good example. Discredit the institutions bit by bit, over the long haul.

Blogger English Tom November 05, 2019 7:04 PM  

@Stilicho

Give them time lad. You don't heal the world in a day.

Blogger VD November 05, 2019 7:08 PM  

Vox will you be back in Alex Jones anytime soon?

No, I don't have time.

Blogger cecilhenry November 05, 2019 7:20 PM  

There's a lesson here for the West.

Learn it:



Because ... Every. Single. Time.™

Last Jews in Afghanistan rgud so much the Taliban kicked them out of prison.


https://imgur.com/hHi16ku.jpg

Blogger Didas Kalos November 05, 2019 7:49 PM  

Most?

Blogger rcocean November 05, 2019 7:57 PM  

Crenshaw is a fraud. Its obvious that Conservative Inc. are trying to push him as the next GREAT REPUBLICAN LEADER. But he's nothing more than another Globalist McCain with an eye-patch.

Blogger rcocean November 05, 2019 7:57 PM  

You want to know how bad Crenshaw is? David French likes him.

Blogger van helsing November 05, 2019 7:58 PM  

well if vox does go on the jones show, he should show up in a gmv 1.1

Blogger HouellebecqGurl November 05, 2019 8:35 PM  

If this was my blog, I'd ban you for being stupid and I'm a woman that no one likes commenting.

Blogger Glaivester November 05, 2019 8:38 PM  

@34 What Shimshon is saying is that if the law specifically targeted the BDS movement because it was George Soros-led, but allowed other, non-Soros-led, boycotts of Israel, would it be okay?

I get Shimshon's general point, which is that you can object to anti-BDS laws on any number of grounds, but objecting to them on free-speech grounds does not quite seem to make sense if you do not believe in free speech on principle.

Blogger HouellebecqGurl November 05, 2019 8:40 PM  

Only Republicans are dumb enough to kiss military taint.

Blogger HouellebecqGurl November 05, 2019 8:42 PM  

I hope it devolve into burning the institutions to the ground, occupied.
Because I want to watch it happen.

Blogger HouellebecqGurl November 05, 2019 8:46 PM  

Bingo, Dan knows what's up.

Blogger VD November 05, 2019 9:11 PM  

I get Shimshon's general point, which is that you can object to anti-BDS laws on any number of grounds, but objecting to them on free-speech grounds does not quite seem to make sense if you do not believe in free speech on principle.

That's totally irrelevant. Free speech on principle != the First Amendment. And anti-BDS laws aren't just about free speech.

Blogger Raker_T November 05, 2019 9:33 PM  

An old guideline for copy on a sign: say it in five words or less. So this should work
.
CRENSHAW THE
CONSTITUTION'S
DOMESTIC
ENEMY

Blogger Azure Amaranthine November 05, 2019 10:26 PM  

"And anti-BDS laws aren't just about free speech."

Bingo. Want to buy from someone else even though Israel happens to supply that? Well screw you, no boycotting Israel, and by that we mean if they're selling something and you're buying the same sort of thing you have to buy from them no matter what.

No, not exaggerating. What did people think boycotting was, and how do they think anti-boycott is enforceable? That's how.

Blogger The Pitchfork Rebel November 06, 2019 12:29 AM  

From Infogalactic:

"Crenshaw graduated from Tufts University in 2006.[8] He earned a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government in September 2017"

He's also quoted as saying this:

"The worst thing modern Christianity stands for is anti-homosexual marriage"

Any questions about who he reallly is?

Blogger wreckage November 06, 2019 12:59 AM  

On the whole it seems to me that the US public is, if irrationally anything, irrationally pro-Israel. The anti-BDS law spits in the eye of American traditional freedoms and then to justify that, spits in the eye of American traditional attitudes to Israel.



Anyone supporting this, who considers themselves either pro-Israel or neutral, has to immediately consider the wisdom of punching people in the nose and shouting "THIS IS FROM ISRAEL!"

For the issue of free speech, one doesn't have to believe it to be a natural universal right to believe in American identity and law regarding what constitutes protected speech, freedom of association, and property rights.

Blogger Jill in StL November 06, 2019 1:43 AM  

This past week has been one heck of a week for the wolves in sheep's clothing, from Kirk, TPUSA, Crenshaw, and the lone Christian from The Daily Wire, Matt Walsh, saying that preserving the European heritage and demographics of America is bigoted and un-American - what the holy heck???? Thank the Lord for people like Vox, Owen, Dr. E Michael Jones, and The Kurgan for speaking the good, the beautiful, and THE TRUE, because the neo-clowns are apparently massively retarded and haven't studied American history, or any history of civilizations, ever. The collapse draws ever nearer.

Blogger Thad Tuiol November 06, 2019 2:25 AM  

Americans need to get over their military fetish and worship of anyone "who has served". It easily sets them up for gas-lighting by (((the usual suspects))) who only need a few puppets like Crenshaw or Vindman to mislead millions of normies.

Until I have gone over someone's background with a fine tooth comb and carefully scrutinized ALL their actions, I couldn't care less that they have served in any military.

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 06, 2019 4:10 AM  

The Pitchfork Rebel wrote:From Infogalactic:

"Crenshaw graduated from Tufts University in 2006.[8] He earned a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government in September 2017"

He's also quoted as saying this:

"The worst thing modern Christianity stands for is anti-homosexual marriage"

Any questions about who he reallly is?


This is what makes the Gay Pirate meme so great. He's so pro-sodomy that he has to pretend he doesn't care if people say he's a homo.

It's like what the GE does, move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, while we quit fighting wars for Israel. Bibi has to smile and say nice things about Trump, but he secretly hates him.

I wonder if there's a picture of Crenshaw out there with a parrot on his shoulder?

Blogger Dan in Georgia November 06, 2019 4:12 AM  

wreckage wrote:The anti-BDS law spits in the eye of American traditional freedoms and then to justify that, spits in the eye of American traditional attitudes to Israel.

Oh, that's how he lost his eye!

Blogger wreckage November 06, 2019 5:20 AM  

@100 it was the first day after he got the hook....

Blogger Duke Norfolk November 06, 2019 6:09 AM  

Dad29 wrote:The unalloyed worship of ex-military is beginning to produce the problems that worship of ANY class produces.

Yes. I'm retired mil (USAF) and it has always made me cringe. It's just absurd. I want nothing to do with it.

But then my 7 yr old niece asks me to come to her school's Vet's Day event. What am I gonna do? Say no? Yes, I could. But she has no understanding, of course.

So I'll go, and sit silently, trying not to wince and visibly grind my teeth. Unless someone has a better idea of how to deal with this.

Blogger CarpeOro November 06, 2019 8:28 AM  

"Arguably, any organized boycott of any foreign country's products that gets coordinated with foreign entities runs afoul of the Logan Act."

When arguments stat to fly in the face of common sense you have two real options - obey common sense and call out the lie or surrender to the lie. To be clear - doing nothing is acquiescing to the lie.

I once argued with a rather powerful local lawyer regarding the guilt of a couple of police officers in a local case. Afterwards a guy who had been present asked me what I was thinking arguing with him (after telling me that the gentelman was some big shot lawyer) - I vaguely recall saying I was arguing in favor of the truth.

Blogger Avalanche November 06, 2019 9:06 AM  

@14 "any organized boycott of any foreign country's products"

It's ALREADY organized, just in the opposite direction! I run a MFG co. If I get a request, as I have, to sell to my product to someone in, say, Saudi Arabia or UAE, part of their bid *requires* me to state in the invoice that none of the parts I use were sourced from israel.

However for some (((inexplicable reason))) the U.S. export laws *require* that I am on the hook for fines up to $20,000 and imprisonment up to I-forget-what:-three? years if I MERELY ANSWER that customer's question.

There is nothing "organized" about: "hey, (((U.S. govt))) PLEASE stay out of my sourcing and business! I'm trying to make a living here!"

I choose not to source anything from israel. But if I did -- or if I didn't even CARE where the nuts and screws I order from a U.S. supplier came from -- and tried to answer an entirely legit sourcing question from a customer -- the (((U.S. govt))) would happily screw me to the wall!

I notice you suggest it's an evil "organized" boycott *against* israel; but you seem unaware of the heavily "organized boycott" and threatened destruction of a company who chooses individually or with others to 'just not buy' from that (((shitty little country.)))

SO much for freedom of association AND freedom of speech? Are you a paperwork American? Or not one at all?

Blogger Avalanche November 06, 2019 9:13 AM  

@43 "ex-military of any prominence are anti-2nd Amendment."

It's the "prominence" not the ex-military that is the poison.

Blogger Doctor Mayhem November 06, 2019 9:36 AM  

The military veteran grifting is something I'm seeing more and more and already hate it.

Veteran status being used to protect from legit criticism pisses me off.

Blogger Karhu November 06, 2019 9:41 AM  

@105 Avalanche

"@43 "ex-military of any prominence are anti-2nd Amendment."

It's the "prominence" not the ex-military that is the poison."

That's what I sincerely hope, but not knowing very many ex-military folks, especially recent ones, in venues where the RKBA is germane so I could know their opinions, I don't know. And I wonder about those for whom the military was their first exposure to guns, or the service branches where small arms are not very important, the Navy minus the Marines and SEALs, and the Air Force.

Blogger Arthur Isaac November 06, 2019 10:06 AM  

It's a cult and it doesn't revolve around the Constitution or the Bible. Zionists owe no allegiance to either and they don't care if they make it a naked fact.

Blogger rcocean November 06, 2019 10:35 AM  

I've come to the conclusion that anyone who graduates from Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc. is suspect and 95% an untrustworthy globalist. And I agree the worship of "Vets" is getting insane. We have Ukrainian Traitors like Vineman, liberals like Tulsi G, and now frauds like Crenshaw all posing as true blue 100% 'muricans, because they wore a uniform. Even Pete Buttigig is a "Combat Vet" because he wore his Navy Uniform in an office job in Kabaul.

Blogger Damelon Brinn November 06, 2019 11:13 AM  

And I agree the worship of "Vets" is getting insane.

It's interesting to look back and see the evolution of this through the Bush years. When we first went to war in Iraq, no one would have had any patience for hippies spitting on soldiers like Vietnam all over again, so they came up with the slogan of "I support the troops," which meant nothing so everyone could say it. After 9/11, there was more pressure to be on-board in some way, and that was the easiest way. "I support the troops" became like "I have a black friend." If you wanted to criticize anything military at all, you'd better get out ahead of it with praise for "our men and women in uniform who protect our freedoms."

When everyone on all sides preaches the same thing, it's the worst.

Blogger Karhu November 06, 2019 12:26 PM  

@109 rcocean:

"I've come to the conclusion that anyone who graduates from Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc. is suspect and 95% an untrustworthy globalist."

A good bet. This book https://www.amazon.com/dp/0691162131/ documents how the most promising candidates from flyover country are systematically excluded from elite college admissions. And between minorities, legacies, sports, and (((tribal))) admissions there's very few slots for them in the first place. The latter is getting really insane, http://www.unz.com/runz/the-myth-of-american-meritocracy/ documents how the Jews are no longer an intellectual elite in these colleges, and see the "controversy" when it was noted that one of these colleges was could only be adverted by raising it to 20% or more they are due.

Blogger Karen took the Kids November 06, 2019 5:50 PM  

Those of us who frequent this blog and the DS already knew the gay pirate and every other traitor follow the pied piper. This is good news because the mask is slipping from all these fake Americans.

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