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Special Rules For White People

If white people plan on visiting the new George Floyd Memorial in Minneapolis, they will be mandated to follow “special rules.” The area is called George Floyd Square: A Sacred Space for Community, Public Grief and Protest.

In case Minnesotans haven’t noticed, “community” = all Americans! Makes you wonder about all the gobbledygook about systemic racism that has mesmerized the country. I guess it only applies to one side of the equation here, damn the rest of us. Next New Network’s Elijah Shaffer offers a case in point with special rule No. 1: “Decenter yourself and come to listen, learn mourn and witness.” Be careful, whities, behave or suffer the consequences.

Then there’s the equally racist rule No. 5: “If you witness white people doing problematic things, speak up with compassion to take the burden off black folks and our siblings of color, whenever appropriate.” Hmm, problematic things. You mean like rioting and looting, and destroying minority neighborhoods?

To no one’s surprise, George Floyd Square has been turned into an autonomous zone, using concrete barriers from last summer’s unrest, bringing record levels of crime and gun violence to the neighborhood. What civil servant moron thought of this solution? Here’s more on the hyprocrisy with Shaffer.




Dissecting The Chauvin Trial

With the Derek Chauvin trial now behind us, pending appeal, whatever happened to the charges of racism? The race card, as you might remember, was front and center from the day of the crime right up to the trial, but both the prosecution and defense were mum on the R word. What gives?

Dennis Prager asks, “Isn’t that the entire reason this country has been fixated on this issue? So, maybe the whole thing was a lie.” After all, the death of George Floyd last May set off nonstop riots and lootings the rest of 2020 in protest of police racism. So why wasn’t it mentioned in the trial? Because it didn’t exist.

In the following Fireside Chat, Prager discusses the future of policing in America, whether the verdict was correct and the power of the media in this episode of PragerU.




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