Day After Women’s March, Day Before Martin Luther King’s Birthday, White Guy Beats Black Woman for Illinois Senate President

There is surely a good satirical article to be written containing the facts above.

Don Harmon

One would think women and blacks would be outraged at the injustice of a white guy beating a white woman for Senate President.

A bit of that has come out from the defeated black woman, Kimberly Lilghtfoot, in this article on Capitol Fax.

But, it’s more about feuding in the black political arena.

Nothing, however, from Jesse Jackson or another black advocacy source.

And no word from any element of the “Women’s Movement” that I could find.

Its members are also silent on the abuse of Muslim women.

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Marathon Pundit shares photos of Chicago’s Women’s March.


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Day After Women’s March, Day Before Martin Luther King’s Birthday, White Guy Beats Black Woman for Illinois Senate President — 14 Comments

  1. Disgusting words and filthy language on signs that women were carrying. Terribly misguided people filled with hate. This hate continues to be promoted by the mostly left wing media and a number of prominent Democrats. Apparently a Democrat IL goofball politician was there to be part of that hate.

    If women citizens of the U.S. want to do some good to help girls and women, they could go to many nations around the world that truly hold down and discriminate against females. They should go and march in the streets of these nations including nations that mutilate young girls.

  2. You would think a political party harboring 11 year old grudges would be doomed to irrelevance with its petty bickering, yet they still manage to beat the Republicans very badly and get their legislation rammed through so maybe this article isn’t something Republicans should relish.

    Another thing, Rod Blagojevich was totally right about Emil Jones.

    He clearly is a small minded person.

    Blago was right to laugh at the idea of him being a U.S. Senator and everybody knew he was right.

    That’s why those race hustlers and concern trolls who tried using that “attack” against Pritzker failed so badly.

  3. Why is MLK touted to be a saint?

    His doctorate from Boston U. Should have been annulled when the internet age proved he plagiarized A FULL THIRD of his theology doctoral dissertation, and changed around word for another third.

    School kids are never told that about the Communist King!

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Test for plagiarism shows inarguable results!

    King was suspected of plagiarism long ago, when he was a student at Morehouse and Crozer Theological Seminary, but his plagiarism was brought to light when his doctoral dissertation, ”A Comparison of the Conception of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman,” appeared in a library catalogue. His work had obvious similarities with those of other scholars who wrote on the topic.

    One of them was Jack Boozer, who wrote his paper three years before King’s at Boston University. What a pity that a website for checking plagiarism was not available at that time!

    When experts carried out analyses of King’s other works, numerous textual duplications were detected. They were found in practically all his academic works . Still, newspapers did not immediately reveal this story – only in 1989 did the first article accusing King of plagiarism appear.

    Even when his academic works were acknowledged as duplicated, they were not excluded from libraries as is usually the case to other works without appropriate citations of sources. Boston University even set up a panel in order to analyze the case. However, it resulted in nothing, and the panel members decided not to revoke his doctorate.

    Excerpt from:

    https://unicheck.com/blog/martin-luther-king-plagiarized/

  4. iSaw? The complete real truth about this degenerate puppet will not be released until 2027 as per his family that knows what a piece of work he really was. I am disgusted that this country has held him in a place of endearment all these many years.

  5. Maybe because they voted on his ability, and content of his character, not on the color of his skin or any other ridiculous identity politicking going on these days.

    Political correctness will kill the country more deeply than it killed comedy!

  6. The content of his character?

    This IS a Cook County Democrat we’re talking about here. 🙂

  7. More fake honors for pervs: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/us-navy-begins-construction-on-ship-named-in-honor-of-homosexual-pederast-harvey-milk

    Milk was attracted to “boyish-looking men in their late teens and early 20s,” wrote Randy Shilts, a homosexual friend of Milk in his biography. “Harvey always had a penchant for young waifs with substance-abuse problems.”

    One of his young victims was allegedly Jack Galen McKinley, a 16-year-old runaway from Maryland. Jones also had a relationship with a 25-year-old alcoholic named Jack Lira, who eventually killed himself.

    Milk also had a close relationship with infamous cult leader Jim Jones, responsible for the forced suicides of more than 900 people in the infamous Jonestown massacre, just nine days before Milk’s death.

    Jones provided Milk “with a printing press, gave him hundreds of campaign ‘volunteers,’ yielded the Peoples Temple pulpit to him, and provided free publicity to him in the Peoples Forum newspaper,” said Daniel Flynn in a 2018 FrontPage Magazine interview.

  8. Far Out – welcome to the party.

    The more people who have me living in their head the better.

  9. Far Out? Thanks for the links but please don’t confuse the codgers by bringing up Milk stories while we are talking about MLK day. I think pretty much everyone already knew about Milk, besides he’s the wrong color.

  10. I notice how quiet the resident rats are (Alabama snake, Fallen Angel, Joey K, “Fair Play” Franks minion, dentblah (Mary McClellan) are about these facts and their idol with feet of clay.

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