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They Fear Him: LA Times Posts Trash Column Claiming “Larry Elder is the Black Face of White Supremacy”

They Fear Him: LA Times Posts Trash Column Claiming “Larry Elder is the Black Face of White Supremacy”

All signs pointing to fact Governor Gavin Newsom is in deep, deep trouble.

There is a multitude of signs that the recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom may not only be successful, but also result in the election of conservative pundit Larry Elder as the new governor.

To begin with, Team Newsom has clearly identified Elder as the biggest threat. In classic progressive style, the Lost Angeles Times has published an odious column by Erika D. Smith entitled “Larry Elder is the Black face of white supremacy. You’ve been warned.”

It is a dreadfully written, vile, and racist piece of work.

….Abdullah of Black Lives Matter: “Anytime you put a Black face on white supremacy, which is what Larry Elder is, there are people who will utilize that as an opportunity to deny white supremacy. They say, ‘How could this be white supremacy? This is a Black man.’ But everything that he’s pushing, everything that he stands for, he is advancing white supremacy.”

Black people know better than anyone how dangerous Elder is. He is the OG troll that no one was supposed to feed. But here we are.

Newsom hasn’t been perfect. It took far too long for the state to roll out COVID-19 tests and vaccines equitably. And if hundreds of thousands of Californians weren’t still waiting on their unemployment checks, the level of fraud and mismanagement of the Employment Development Department would almost be comical.

Elder clearly is unfazed by Smith’s assertions.

And there are indications the move isn’t panning out as hoped:

A day or two earlier, the California media was trying to scare people away from Elder by publishing the claims of “brandishing a gun” made by his ex-fiancee Alexandra Datig.

She said her argument with Elder happened in their bedroom in February 2015 after they had broken up but were still living and working together.

Elder was angry, walked up to his nightstand and pulled one of the drawers open, she said.

“He reached in for his .45 revolver,” she said. “He opened the chamber to see if all the bullets were in it. He made sure that was in my view and he put the gun back into the drawer.”

Datig said that he did not point the gun at her. Instead, she called the act an expression of “silent scorn and anger.”

Again, Elder was undisturbed and is keeping focused on the issues.

There are also other hints that Democrats are very worried about the outcome of September 14’s election. You may recall that I recently reported YouTube millionaire and “centrist Democrat” Kevin Paffrath was being touted by the media as a possible choice option for people who want Newsom gone. Here is what appeared in my text messages yesterday…claims that Paffrath is a “JFK Democrat”.

To round out this recall update, I would be remiss if I did not discuss fellow California voter Amy Rose Cox. In a viral video, she showed how two holes on the envelope, near the signature panel, could show that a voter had marked “yes” on the first question, which asks whether Newsom should be recalled and removed, depending on how the ballot is folded.

Being the scientists I am, I tried the same actions and got a different result.

However, what Cox does show is that Californians are on high-alert for fraud.

Finally, Newsom may have sealed his doom by inviting Kamala Harris to campaign for him.

… Kamala Harris is expected to make a trip to California in support of Governor Gavin Newsom ahead of the state’s gubernatorial recall election next month, Newsom’s campaign announced Friday.

Newsom, a Democrat, is fighting to stay in office after a recall effort qualified for a ballot earlier this year. Next month’s recall election, scheduled to take place on September 14, will determine whether voters want Newsom to remain in office for the remainder of his term.

“I am excited to join my friend and our Vice President next week,” Newsom said in a Friday news release. “The stakes of this election couldn’t be higher.”

Between Harris’ inept handling of the border, the Afghanistan debacle, and her cackle, there may be another surge in recall enthusiasm leading into September 14.


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Dave Chappelle has already covered this topic in the skit where a blind black man joins the KKK. The LA Times has to be trolling labeling Larry Elder as a black white supremacist.

There’s nothing wrong with American media that can’t be cured with properly outfitted Ryder rental trucks.

The idea of a “black face of white supremacy” seems self-refuting, until I remember how many Jewish faces antisemitism has.

This will come down the the mysterious mail-in ballots that will keep showing up for weeks/months after “Election Day”.

The day is coming – it may even happen with this recall election – when more ballots are received and counted than there are registered voters.

    That isn’t really possible, since each ballot has to be matched to the name of a registered voter, and if multiple ballots are received from the same voter at most one can be counted. (And yes, that “at most one” leaves plenty of room for fraud. Even if the number were zero, that would still leave plenty of room for fraud, since you could cancel someone’s vote by sending another one in in his name.)

      Christopher B in reply to Milhouse. | August 22, 2021 at 6:24 am

      Ever heard of same day registration and provisional ballots? Not to mention that this has already occurred in other Democrat strongholds like Detroit and Philly.

        Milhouse in reply to Christopher B. | August 22, 2021 at 11:55 am

        No, it has not happened, anywhere, ever. Anyone who tells you that it has happened is lying to you and you should not trust anything they tell you, on any subject.

        Same day registration in California requires you to vote in person. But even if it didn’t, there still needs to be a registered voter for each ballot; a ballot cannot be counted until it is matched to a registered voter, and if multiple ballots are matched to the same voter no more than one of them can be counted.

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to Milhouse. | August 22, 2021 at 8:19 am

      Goo morning, Milhouse. You are assuming honest and above-board vote counting. That just does not happen in a lot of places.

        Even dishonest counting always attributes absentee votes to a voter, and marks that voter off as having voted (whether they did or not). There are never more votes recorded than there are registered voters (after accounting for same-day registrations, in those states where that’s allowed).

        All claims that there were more votes than registered voters, whether in one precinct or nationally, are outright deliberate lies, designed to make gullible Republicans look stupid and to discredit all claims of fraud (which absolutely does happen).

        mark311 in reply to Paul. | August 22, 2021 at 1:45 pm

        All that shows is that the registered voter rolls are out of date, in other words it tells you precisely nothing about the actual election itself.

          Paul in reply to mark311. | August 22, 2021 at 6:52 pm

          It tells you that the system is ripe for fraud on a massive scale. Couple this with universal mail-in ballots, ballot-harvesting, unmonitored drop boxes, failure to properly match signatures on mail-in ballots, lack of identification requirements, and general lack of chain-of-custody issues and you have a very fishy, rank in fact, election in 2020.

        Milhouse in reply to Paul. | August 22, 2021 at 10:25 pm


        What do you think of this?

        What should I think of it? Even if it’s completely valid (which is very questionable), it has absolutely nothing to do with the topic.

        Let’s suppose for the sake of argument that an area really does have more voters on the roll than people eligible to vote, which probably means that a lot of people on the roll are not eligible to vote. How on earth does that support a claim that that area (or any other area) has more votes than registered voters?! On the contrary, it indicates the exact opposite! The more people are on the rolls the more unlikely it is that there would be more votes recorded than that! So why did you even bring it up?

        As for whether it’s really so, it’s possible, but far more likely the so-called “study” is bogus, because its alleged population figures are bogus. Looking at the one you linked to, it’s comparing reported registration with some vague estimate from the Census Bureau. That estimate may be way off, it may be out of date, how does the Census know how many people are citizens, since they don’t ask that, and it doesn’t count people whose legal residence is in that place but are actually living somewhere else.

        Milhouse in reply to Paul. | August 22, 2021 at 10:28 pm


        It tells you that the system is ripe for fraud on a massive scale.

        Yes, of course it is. Who said it wasn’t? What has that got to do with the topic, which is the wild claim that there are or can be places that record more votes than registered voters. That just can’t happen, and it doesn’t happen, and those who claim it does are generally lying on purpose, in order to discredit the whole idea that there is fraud.

          Paul in reply to Milhouse. | August 23, 2021 at 9:52 am

          mark311 said that it said “…precisely nothing about the actual election itself.”

          I believe it does… we know our voters rolls are stuffed with ineligible voters in many places. Couple that with the Dem push for universal mail-in ballots and ballot harvesting. Sprinkle in some biased poll workers and an inability for the other side to observe, and you’ve got a nasty situation. A very large percentage of voters are convinced there is widespread fraud, and yet the Dims refuse to allow any comprehensive audits to take place. Why?

          And don’t get your sanctimonious panties in a bunch over the “the topic”… I posted a link about a topic related to what was being discussed and asked your opinion of it, wanting to know your thoughts on the broader topic of voting fraud.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | August 23, 2021 at 4:47 pm

          What I think about fraud is that there is obviously a lot of it, and the proof is the mere fact that it’s so easy to do and get away with it. Even in general It’s very unlikely that a system so easy to game is not being gamed; but when you add the fact that this didn’t just happen by accident but was deliberately engineered by the Democrat Party, which fights tooth and nail to keep it that way, it becomes impossible to imagine that it’s not being gamed.

          As the proverb goes, “The breach cries out to the thief” (Sukkah 26a). If you give fraudsters a gilt-edged invitation to commit fraud they’re not going to turn you down.

          So it’s true that there is little to no direct evidence of election fraud, but it’s also true that the indirect evidence is overwhelming and impossible to ignore.

Larry is also very pro-Israel and supportive of the Jewish people, so the long knives are out on the left.

Remember how angry they got at the Hispanic community the day after the election? They consider us the irredeemable deplorables, in another century the term would be subhuman of course they hate minorities who join us.

Ever since the Clarence Thomas character assassination/slander show trial (AKA, “Confirmation Hearing”) in the U.S. Senate in 1991, we’ve seen how transparently racist, ugly and vicious the Dhimmi-crats become, when confronted by the phenomenon of black and Hispanic conservatives. The strategy is always the same — vilify and attack the person at issue, in the most vicious terms; declare the individual to be an alleged “traitor” to their race, for possessing the temerity to reject Dhimmi-crat orthodoxies; and, declare that the individual is an alleged “puppet” or “Uncle Tom” performing at the beck and call of his/her white masters. It’s ugly, ugly stuff, every single time, and only further serves to demonstrate the vile Dhimmi-crats’ own racism and view of “minorities” as their own personal property, to be controlled and praised, so long as they maintain their loyalty to the Dhimmi-crat Party.

Larry Elder is the alleged “black face of white supremacy” in the same manner that George Zimmerman was an alleged “white Hispanic.” Vile Dhimmi-crat propagandists vilifying black and Hispanic Americans when the Dhimmi-crat cause and narrative demand it, by declaring them to be “race traitors” who are insufficiently loyal to the Dhimmi-crat cause. Truly, this is despicably racist and vile stuff that we’re witnessing.

    Eric R. in reply to guyjones. | August 22, 2021 at 10:39 am

    You seriously have to wonder, in a state where Antifa/BLM thugs have free reign to beat the sh*t out of Republicans, if an attempted assassination of Elder is in the plans of the ruling Communists in Sacramento if things get sufficiently desperate.

      guyjones in reply to Eric R.. | August 22, 2021 at 10:55 am

      Sadly, nothing is beyond the realm of possibility, now. Year 2020 proved that the vile Dhimmi-crats are happy to enable, whitewash, praise and incite violence not only against conservatives, but, against cities, synagogues, businesses, etc. Violence against conservative Americans and GOP candidates is the predictable and inevitable outcome of decades of increasingly vengeful vilification of conservatives as alleged “racists,” National Socialists, “white supremacists,” etc. The name-calling and vilification is part of a strategy, not merely to demonize the political opposition, but, to justify violence against them, by casting them as allegedly evil actors.

A famous line from “South Pacific” was “People have to be taught to hate.” in the sense that no one is born hating. But this country has progressed so far from the bigotry of even 50 years ago that I remember that these lunatics have contrive outrageously depraved and complicated schemes to argue that we are bigots. They are hopeless hate factories. They are programmed to spread hate by any means.

Our nation was founded on hope and liberty to pursue our own path to happiness. These perverts only find happiness by depriving others of theirs. They are sick, sick, sick.

    guyjones in reply to Pasadena Phil. | August 22, 2021 at 7:52 am

    If you haven’t already seen it, check out the video of a father in Colorado speaking up against CRT at a local school board meeting. The gentleman states that he’s descended from slaves, but, that neither he nor any of his children are alleged “victims,” as he admonishes the Board to let racism “die the death that it deserves,” as he astutely and accurately observes that the Dhimmi-crats and their allies have a vested interest in keeping the phantom of pervasive racism in America alive in perpetuity, for political reasons.

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to guyjones. | August 22, 2021 at 8:25 am

      I have seen that video, and it is a great one. And, virtually every Democrat in that room see him as:

      1) Not really black.

      2) An Uncle Tom.

      3) Doesn’t know his place.

      4) Doesn’t really know what is good for him, and that Nice White Lady ™ from the Democrats will guide him.

      Maybe Joe Biden would hear the video and conclude this man is a clean, well-spoken, well-dressed black man?

      Yes, I saw. It’s inspiring to see “ordinary” citizens taking the risk to speak up. What we read is NOT reality.

      My next door neighbors of almost 25 years are black and we’ve been friends for most of that time. When this BLM business started, I had a good long talk outside on the sidewalk with the 55 y.o. son. Things hadn’t gelled so it was confusing to everyone but we all felt the pressure. Short story, towards the end he agreed that race relations were generally good overall but could improve. I responded that everything could improve if we just kept working on it. I ended by pointing out that 45-50 years ago we couldn’t have had this conversation on the sidewalk. Just talking to each other in public would have raised eyebrows and would likely have resulted in someone saying something to warn us or asking what we were talking about. That’s not true today so what are these people talking about?

      We still talk regularly but no one is happy about what is going on, particularly anyone living in the neighborhoods where most of the 911 calls originate. It’s not that clear in mixed race neighborhoods like ours. It’s really the young white people, particularly the women, who are the problem.

        Dathurtz in reply to Pasadena Phil. | August 22, 2021 at 9:57 am

        Young people know they are being screwed with. Most of the ones with whom I interact are upset that there are taboo subjects.

        guyjones in reply to Pasadena Phil. | August 22, 2021 at 10:43 am

        Insightful anecdote. The Leftists/Regressives are determined to set race relations back, at every turn, by denying obvious progress; by vilifying this country for mistakes and moral failings that have long since been rectified and atoned for; by denying the reality that our country — as is every person in society — is imperfect and a “work in progress” constantly striving for improvement. But the Dhimmi-crats cling to a pessimistic, nihilistic, dishonest and ultimately corrosive socioeconomic vision that seeks to foment societal resentments, division, perpetual and contrived grievance-mongering, and, fallacious victimhood — a poisonous and calculatedly destructive agenda.

Racism accusations in this decade are as likely and truthful as “Low Miles” claims are to used vehicles on craigslist.

I’ve been listening to Larry for more than a quarter of a century and would LOVE for him to win.

But this is the Democratic People’s Socialist Thugocracy Republic of California. I would be shocked if the Communists don’t have at least 500,000 fake votes ready to be thrown in to the mix.

iirc the window on ballots was different for each county.

You know they are going to cheat. It’s what they do.

I expect the CA Dems will pull out all their vote-modifying methods on this election. Vote harvesting is one of the most productive, picking up ballots from nursing homes, marking them, and sending them in.

Why am I sure they are using vote harvesting to pad their totals? Because I received my mother’s voting record after she died. It showed that she voted in local elections in 2018 and 2019, and in the national election in 2020. But she had moved out of the state in 2017, and at the time of the 2020 election, she was dead.