It's a reminder that borrowing money to pay for Black-Run America (BRA) does have consequences.
Eric "My People" Holder and the Department of (in) Justice refuses to do anything to stop the Mahogany Mobs rampaging throughout America's dying post-industrial heartland cities (Cleveland, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, etc.) while he brags that the Civil Rights division of the DoJ is doing its best to wage a legal war against a non-existent threat.
Instead, Mein Obama invites a bunch of rappers to the White House to celebrate his 50th Birthday:
The rapper Common, you may recall, drew heated commentary from the cable network for his invitation to take part in a White House poetry night. And Eric Bolling, a host on the Fox Business network, faced allegations of racism in May after referring to the White House as the "Hizzouse," "Hizzy" and "The Big Crib," and guests of the administration as "hoods" on the air.
On Thursday, a Fox News opinion website called Fox Nation aggregated a "Playbook" column by Politico's Mike Allen about President Barack Obama's 50th birthday bash, changing Allen's typically long headline with this:
'Obama's Hip-Hop BBQ Didn't Create Jobs'
The private party included dinner ("BBQ chicken, ribs, hamburgers, hot dogs, pasta, salad") in the Rose Garden was attended by Obama's staff and celebrities including Al Sharpton, Jay-Z, Chris Rock, Charles Barkley, Steve Harvey, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson. There were performances by Stevie Wonder, R&B singer Ledisi, jazz legend Herbie Hancock. A DJ "played Motown, hip-hop, and '70s and '80s R&B."
"The president asked everyone to dance -- and they did!"Thankfully, no shooting took place between rival rappers at the White House. Rumors of chicken and waffles topped with a lovely watermelon syrup being served to the guests have gone uncorroborated. Once people were upset that Booker T. Washington got invited to Teddy Roosevelt's White House; now some of the most boorish Black entertainers are treated to ribs, watermelon, and chicken at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. And we're just talking about Tom Hanks!
While this is happening, the lower class Black people who are inheriting Philadelphia (thanks to massive white flight) are showing us why there is such a stigma surrounding public transportation. Whether it is MARTA, D.C.'s metro, Memphis' bus system, Montgomery 's bus system, Charlotte's crappy metro, white people know not to ride public transportation.
This is why:
The case is heading to trial later this month but a preliminary hearing was held Thursday.
Four people will head to trial after Penny Chapman, allegedly upset that another passenger criticized her for spanking her child, called and asked for acquaintances to shoot at the passenger when the bus got to her stop.
Chapman was on the Route 47 Septa bus heading north on 7th Street.
The video shows her son running up and down the aisle. Finally she grabs the squirming child, and appears to slap him.
A man sitting behind her doesn't like what he sees, so he threatens to turn her in for child abuse.
Chapman then made a phone call, prosecutors said. Minutes later, she got off the back door of the bus. Prosecutors say the boy's uncle, Angel Lecourt, is waiting for them outside.
Lecourt helps them off, and then holds the door for brothers Karon and Raheen Patterson, who start firing into the bus with a large assault rifle and a handgun.
The video shows a mother grabing her four-year-old son and running for cover. A man sitting right by the back door is frozen, and can only slump back in his seat. And this 80-year-old woman doesn't know what to do.
"You see her very clearly because she doesn't actually see what's going on. She's sort of left standing in the middle of the bus as everyone has sort of separated all the way to the front or all the way as far as they could go to the back,” said Morgan Model Vedejs, assistant District Attorney.
The elderly woman finally drops and covers her head, just a moment before a bullet flies right over her and shatters a window.
"At least five of the bullets came right through the back door, several of them then came through the side,” said Vedejs.
Many of the other passengers ran toward the front of the bus, and piled on top of each other, desperate to get off. The man who criticized Chapman's parenting-- the target of all those bullets, according to prosecutors-- dove right on top of that four-year-old boy.Could this be the high-water mark of Black-Run America? Entertaining a bunch of brothers at the White House, while Black people around the nation engage in behavior eerily reminiscent to the simian revolution showcased in Rise of the Planet of the Apes?
To quote the band Boston, I've got more than a feeling that a lot of good people are joining the ranks of Those Who Can See this weekend. Some were literally dragged there keeping and screaming by Black people in Milwaukee, others are shocked into finally visualizing the truth through imaging the horror felt by whites at the Wisconsin State Fair and understanding that this event could be replicated anywhere The Crazies live.
I sometimes find myself thinking about a girl I used to know and I recall all the awesome times we had together. But the past is just; the past. We can no longer wish for the good old days of our younger lives anymore, nor dream of the peaceful days of America anymore.
In an earlier era, American's were told to Remember the Maine; we at SBPDL implore you Remember the Wisconsin State Fair. Never forgot that it was Black people - Black children who largely subsist of off EBT Cards/ free school lunches/TANF Welfare/ and steady doses of anti-white propaganda at public schools - that dragged white people from their cars and beat them.
No beer summit can fix the irreparable damage to American race relations that Mein Obama has accomplished since becoming president.
I have more than a feeling that a lot of normal, apolitical people across this nation are beginning to understand something is seriously wrong in America. When you understand America has been replaced with BRA, it will all make sense why that is.
They are joining the ranks of those who can see.