19 Comments on Viral Leftist Propaganda Needs A Little Photochopping Rebuttal
“buy a gun” lol !
That is some great work BFH !
BFH, stop being so raaaaaaacisssss!
Graduation, probably on a curve, too, is a moment. The jump pic was daily activity for St. Swisher.
But, they say he was goin to college . . .
Anyone know what college supposedly accepted him?
When I went to school, they used to “graduate” the dummies with a blank diploma when they turned 18 (didn’t need “adults” corrupting the kids still in school). Now schools are so bad, everyone is a dummy, and everyone gets a “participation” diploma.
“Curve” my a$$! That would imply there is an up side to it, but the “curve” got pushed down to the bottom years ago and is still held there.
@Brooke, in August CNN says it was a technical college.
Two guys who were guilty as hell and sentenced to execution in the 1920s. Then the Communists and other sowers of discord got hold of the narrative and tried to portray the USA as a horrible country for killing two innocent immigrants.
… Celebrated writers, artists, and academics pleaded for their pardon or for a new trial. Harvard law professor and future Supreme Court justice Felix Frankfurter argued for their innocence in a widely read Atlantic Monthly article that was later published in book form. Sacco and Vanzetti were sentenced to death in April 1927, accelerating the outcry. Responding to a massive influx of telegrams urging their pardon, Massachusetts governor Alvan Fuller appointed a three-man commission to investigate the case. After weeks of secret deliberation, which included interviews with the judge, lawyers, and several witnesses, the commission upheld the verdict. Sacco and Vanzetti were executed via electric chair on August 23, 1927. Subsequent riots destroyed property in Paris, London, and other cities. …
History continually repeats itself.
Pithy, factual, counter-communist propaganda. Keeps us sane in the face of malignant Marxist agitprop campaigns run from the White Hut.
I would give the “Gentle Giant” my cigars if he promised to let go of my neck.
Heh, I didn’t say the curve was up…
@ Dr. Tar… I was told in the intake office at college that it was too bad I was married, b/c if I wasn’t with my two kids by the same father, ect… I could have ‘got more help’… Instead I paid out of pocket while watching reprobates ‘go to school.’
LOL! I responded to the twit photo before I saw your edits BFH. I said they should change the photo to one of him in the cigar store punching the Paki and see what happens.
“What would you do?”
Empty. My. Magazine. (…and I *don’t* mean Better Homes & Gardens)