The New York Times used systemic racism to attack Jackson critics

Newsbuster colleague Clay Waters noted this week, New York Times Demonstrates the systematic racism of the paper and spends the first page playing the race card.

Of course there is good.

The process of nominating Supreme Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is underway, there Bar Responding instinctively to a steadily civilized hearing with what could only be called decision-making systematic racism on paper. The Bar Title:

Race and Crime Judge, GOP Place to Base and Fringe
Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first black woman to be nominated to the Supreme Court, grilled, and conservative senators portrayed her as a lawyer who embraced criminals and received “awakening” education.

Republican Senator Ted Cruz’s nerves after Texas! – Questioning Brown Jackson about his views on his decision-making racist “critical race theory” and “questioning whether he was soft on child sexual abuse” Bar It is said:

The message from the Texas Republicans seemed clear: a black woman hoping for a lifetime appointment to the country’s highest court, Mr. Cruz, suggested that criminals should have easy access to sex offenders and that whites should act according to their view that they are nature, oppressors.

Cruz’s “message” was zero, with Brown being Jackson, as Bar Describes her as “a black woman.” Everything about Cruz’s point was related to leftist jurisprudence. The latter is a long-running issue between left and right that has nothing to do with race and has been raised in a series of court nominations involving whites and criminal issues.

Recall that then-Massachusetts Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy, in his famous (infamous?) 1987 speech condemning the conservative, white Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork, said, “Robert Bork’s America is a country where … rogue police can break down citizens’ doors.” At midnight. “

That being said, there were liberal allegations that the conservative Bork was so hard on crime that he would enthusiastically support “rogue police (who can break down citizens’ doors in a midnight raid”). Cruz’s concerns – conservative concerns about Liberal Judge Brown Jackson and any other Liberal court nominee of any color – are the opposite. Worryingly, in this case, Brown Jackson, as in the early Nixon-era phrase of the 1960s, was about liberals at the time, “soft to crime.”

Crime has nothing to do with race. Crime comes in all colors and races. Mario Pujo’s 1969 bestselling classic is woven into the American cultural legend. Godfather, Centered on a mafia family led by the fictional Don Vito Corleone. The Corleone family, of course, was Lily White – in fact, the real Italian mafioso of the day. (And yet, this past week – March 24th – marks the 50th anniversary of the release of the iconic movie version. Then and now a classic.)

Only last December of 2020, Fox News published a story about the famous and steadfast white mafioso Sammy “The Bull” Gravano, described by Fox as “the Gambino crime family’s underbos, John Gotti’s No. 2”.

The extent to which race is a problem is precisely because the Left – especially the Democratic Party – is itself built on a culture of racism. It is a very tangible symbol of systemic racism. The Democratic Party, the record of history, was founded by slave owners. Read the first six Democrat presidential platforms (1840-1860) and there, as in the day, public support for party slavery. A majority of its members in the House and Senate voted against Republican Abraham Lincoln’s Thirteenth Amendment, which abolished slavery, not to mention voting against the Fourteenth – which gave due process to freed slaves – and the Fifteenth, which gave blacks the right to vote. After the Civil War, the Democrats established secession by creating a completely racist framework for the “Jim Crow Act”. In today’s 21st century America, Democrats are pushing for the son of separatism known as “identity politics” – where all Americans must be judged by race.

Joe Biden himself is a notorious practitioner of the systematic racism of the Democrats. Who can forget that during the 2020 campaign, Democrat Biden told African American radio host Charlemagne Tha God that “if you have a problem understanding whether you are for me or for Trump, you are not black.” That being said, Biden is a symbol of the white liberal belief that if you are black you must be a liberal planter – or you are “not black.”

In short, this is exactly why the Left hated the nomination of Clarence Thomas for the Supreme Court and similarly hated the nomination of black judge Janice Rogers Brown’s Bush 43 in the DC Circuit Court. They were black – but not liberal. They moved away from liberalism – and the left wanted to defeat them. In fact, Joe Biden himself has made Brown a filibuster – twice.

This is the real message of the first page story Bar. Race – and systemic racism – was and remains central Bar By itself, that’s exactly what this game is about Bar Columns on Ted Cruz and Brown Jackson nominated GOP management.

Over there New York Post In July 2020, former Timesman post columnist Michael Goodwin detailed how central racism had taken place. Bar Culture Goodwin Title:

Why the New York Times praises ‘culture abolition’ but avoids its own racist history

The Goodwin Times began by saying that the American presidents carved out of Mount Rushmore were racist, owned by Das Washington and Jefferson, and called Lincoln “reluctant and late” to actively proclaim Roosevelt. And wanted to overthrow. ‘

Then lay out the Goodwin Bar Possessing a very long history of complete and consistent systemic racism, the section states:

Yet the Times has never in its own history applied the values ​​it uses to satanicize others. If so, reporters there will learn that the Ochs-Sulzberger family, which has owned and operated the paper for 125 years, has a “complex legacy” of its own.

That legacy includes Confederate toilets – men and at least one woman who supported the South and slavery during the Civil War. In fact, the Times’ ancestor Adolf S. Ochs paid for the Stone Mountain project and other Confederate monuments, which the Times now finds so offensive.

… Ten years after he (the founding publisher of the Times, Adolf Ochs) took charge of The New York Times, it runs a brilliant profile of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy during the Civil War. The 1906 article was billed as “Davis Centenary Celebration” and was published “on the anniversary of the death of the great Southern leader.”

There’s more – oh more.

But this is the essence of space New York Times Brown Jackson is making the nomination process a racist story because for both Bar By itself, not to mention the Democratic Party, and, in this case, the Democratic President Biden who nominated him, race and systemic racism are now and always at the root of both paper culture and party culture.

And when they point the finger at Republicans – when the paper plays the race card – they admit by default who they really are and what they really are: systemic racism.

Not good.

But common.

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