Racist White Feminist activist is slammed as a racist after tweeting her ‘confusion’ over a black man driving a BMW with pro-NRA and Tea Party bumper stickers

A white feminist activist has been dubbed a ‘racist’ after tweeting that she was ‘confused’ to see a black man driving a BMW which had pro-NRA and Tea Party bumper stickers on it.

Kimberly Johnson, a Washington DC-based author and activist, published the offending tweet on Thursday.

It said: ‘Out on the road the other day I saw an affluent black man driving a BMW with two bumper-stickers.

‘One was pro-NRA and the other one was a Tea Party sticker that read, “Don’t tread on me.” This left me very confused.’

She was immediately bombarded with complaints from followers who accused her of racism.

‘It’s your kind that do not have a mind of their own and are followers.Blacks and Hispanics do have a mind of their own.

‘You are a RACIST. Your actions and words confirm that,’ fumed one critic.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5925841/White-feminist-says-confused-black-man-driving-BMW-NRA-Tea-Party-stickers.html

Canada: Sexual assault charges dismissed against Muslim accused of groping six teen girls in pool

“Justice Joyce Lester cited unreliable witness testimony as a reason for the decision.” Juxtapose that with this: “At least two of the girls in the courtroom to hear the ruling cried when it was given.”

Could Justice Joyce Lester be a proponent of mass Muslim migration into Canada, and not want that program to be hampered by negative publicity?

 

“Charges dismissed against man in West Edmonton Mall pool sexual assaults,” by Jamie Sarkonak, Edmonton Journal, July 6, 2018 (thanks to Blazing Cat Fur):

Sexual assault charges have been dismissed against a man accused of groping six teen girls at the West Edmonton Mall wave pool, a provincial court judge ruled Friday morning.

Soeliman Hajj Soleiman was arrested in February 2017 after several teenagers reported being touched by a man in the wave pool.

Justice Joyce Lester cited unreliable witness testimony as a reason for the decision.

At least two of the girls in the courtroom to hear the ruling cried when it was given.

When the trial began earlier this year, court heard testimony from some of the teen complainants, who were ages 13 to 15 at the time.

On the evening of Feb. 4, 2017, 16 girls from a soccer team were attending a birthday party at the pool, court heard. One of the complainants, then 14, testified she was in the wave pool when she heard other girls saying someone was touching them. She told court that as a wave hit, a man swam up under her and touched her breast and buttocks….

 

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/07/canada-sexual-assault-charges-dismissed-against-muslim-accused-of-groping-six-teen-girls-in-pool