Friday, March 25, 2016

Anchorwoman Real Talks, Grovels

I think it's important to maintain a healthy optimism and try to find the upside of every situation, no matter how difficult it initially is. For all the turmoil we're living in, we still get the profound pleasure of seeing the implosion of the Republican Party, the end of White careerism and gated community liberalism and the death of the dinosaur media. Faced with such a joyous banquet, one would almost seem like an ingrate to point out the myriad problems and challenges. Goodbye vestigial remnants of the disastrous jewish century! You won't be missed.

The end of the dinosaur media and the rise of the real-talker has been nothing short of a tectonic shift in the landscape, all in about one decade. The internet has broken the jewish monopoly on the flow of information and thought crime is now a few key strokes away. Facing this existential crisis we even get the occasional burst of self-awareness from the meat puppets on the talmudvision. They stumble over reality, fall on their faces, dust themselves off and then try to quickly walk away, hoping Big jew didn't notice the fall.

A Pittsburgh anchorwoman has apologized for comments she posted on Facebook this week about an ambush shooting that left five people dead, saying her words 'could be viewed as racist'. 

The role of the coerced Stalinist confession in the post-Trump world. Yes, there still are a few gentiles who will need to scrape and bow before the satanic alien in hopes of keeping a position on the electronic synagogue. For the rest of us a "racism" accusation is now something to laugh at.

The victims, killed in a poor suburb following a cookout, included a pregnant woman and her unborn child.

The content of their character. I thought an unborn child was just a mass of tissue according to the semitic abortion industry so I'm not sure how that counts as a victim.

'I sincerely apologize for the post about the Wilkinsburg mass shooting,' WTAE anchor and reporter Wendy Bell posted Wednesday evening. 'I now understand that some of the words I chose were insensitive and could be viewed as racist. I regret offending anyone.

I deliberately and willfully acted in a counter-revolutionary manner. I plotted to kill comrade Stalin. Because of me the windmill collapsed. I can only assure you I'm winning the battle against myself and learning to love Big jew.

The apology references a lengthy Facebook message Bell — who is white — posted Monday, which read in part: 'You needn't be a criminal profiler to draw a mental sketch of the killers who broke so many hearts two weeks ago Wednesday. 'They are young black men, likely teens or in their early 20s. 

Yeah. No shit.

'They have multiple siblings from multiple fathers and their mothers work multiple jobs. These boys have been in the system before. They've grown up there. They know the police. They've been arrested.'

"The Earth is round and revolves around the Sun."

She noticed and remarked on negro pathology.

Authorities have not made any arrests in the March 9 killings, nor have they provided a description of any possible suspects.

No arrests were made, not even the most basic description of the killers, precious black lives splatter, nigga bodies, Ah! Ah!

Some saw her comments as offensive, prompting the apology. A Facebook page, 'Demand WTAE Hold Wendy Bell Accountable' was created in response and drew nearly 500 followers.

"She's a witch!!!! Burn her!!!!!!"

Poopy-talk millennial gets wrecked.

Others responded to Bell's Wednesday Facebook post with supportive messages, saying they did not find her original message to be racist or offensive and thanking her for her honesty.
 
The times, they are a changin'. 

Siblings Jerry Michael Shelton, 35, Brittany Powell, 27, and Chanetta Powell, 25, along with two cousins, Tina Shelton, 37, and Shada Mahone, 26 were killed in the ambush shooting, police said. Chanetta Powell was nearly eight months pregnant.

A nightmarish scene from the African bush plays out in a dead nation.

Wilkinsburg is a poor, largely blighted suburb east of Pittsburgh known for drug trafficking and gun violence, though the street where the shooting occurred was described by neighbors as generally quiet. 

It sure is funny how whenever the negro gathers in number you see the same predictable failure. Oh well, must be a coincidence because we're all equal and race doesn't exist. 


Look at all the "diversity."

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