Trump-supporting Asian woman, Kathy Zhu, is stripped of her title as Miss Michigan after racist tweets surface

Trump-supporting Asian woman, Kathy Zhu, is stripped of her title as Miss Michigan after racist tweets surface

"I'm not racist, my wife is Asian!" What will happen when racist, anti-social, anti-diversity, conservative, anti-feminist, anti-black, anti-asian white men marry "traditional, family oriented," status-obsessed, racist asian tiger moms who hope their children look white for privilege - and produce half asian sons who look totally asian and hear "no asian guys"? what happens when half-asian sons grow up to look "too asian," and have a white dad and asian mom who are mocking asian men, while society is unapologetically racist against asian men? an honest appraisal of self-hatred, fetishization, and psycho-sexual racism by the very worried son of a racist, black-hating, holocaust denier, Nazi-sympathizer and a racist, extremely violent, self-hating chinese woman.

Link to CBS.

I won’t even bother reading the article but I had my spat with her before and am pretty sure she has been mentioned on HalfAsian.org years ago. I’m too lazy to use my own search function.

Once again, the last bastion of white supremacy…. belongs to Asians, in particular, a certain gender of Asians.

“Oh, you’re just an incel jealous Asian, EurasianTiger!”

Have you seen me? The reason I do this is because I fucking hate racists, and because I want to, and I can do it – not because I have to. And there’s nothing you can do about it.

She joins Michelle Malkin, Amy Chua, Kyle Chapman’s wife, the bulk of Australia’s one and only far-right anti-immigration group – One Nation’s wives, etc. etc. There is only a single group of women who are so entirely desperate to feel “beautiful” and feel “accepted” that they…

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Liar, Liar: Georgia House Minority Leader Caught In A Hate Hoax

Georgia State Rep. and Minority Leader Erica Thomas (D) took to Twitter on Saturday, saying a white man called her “a lazy SOB” and that she needed to go back to where she came from because she had too many items in the express lane at the local Publix.

Thomas explained her experiences further in a Facebook live video.

“People are getting really out of control with this white privilege stuff,” a crying Thomas said in the video. “I’m at the grocery store and I’m in the 10 aisle, the aisle that says ’10 items or less.’ Yes, I have 15 items but I’m nine months pregnant and I can’t stand up for long.”

“This white man comes up to me and says, ‘You lazy son of b**ch. You need to go back where you came from. And I said, ‘Sir, you don’t even know me. I’m not lazy. I’m nine months pregnant. He says, ‘You’re ignorant,'” Thomas explained.

 

To make things even more interesting, the man Thomas accused of making the comments, Eric Sparkes, showed up at her press conference to challenge her story.

 

“I walked into Publix, I bought my three items. There were three checkout lanes. One was express, the other two were empty. I kept my tongue shut. I went to pay for my items in one of the empty lanes. This lady, I noticed, had about 20 items on the conveyer,” Sparkes explained. “I walked up to the two customer service associates from Publix, asked them what can be done in a nice manner and they said corporate policy [says] we cant do anything but you as a customer can say something.”

 

Sparkes said he stepped outside the store, thought about what took place, walked back in and confronted Thomas.

“I said, ‘Ma’am, not to be rude,’ my exact first words, point at the sign, which shows it in the surveillance camera, which I’ve seen already, point at the sign, ’10 items or less.’ She berates me after that. I don’t remember exactly what she said, but on camera, she approached me, came towards me as I took a couple steps back. I said, ‘You’re selfish.’ She mentioned she was nine months pregnant and I told it didn’t matter in this case. It has no point on this case. There’s two empty lines. You don’t need to be in the express line.”

According to Sparkes, the two exchanged words, at which point he said, “You’re a selfish little b**ch.” He said after he made the comment he walked out of the grocery store.

“Her words stating on Twitter and her Facebook video saying I told she needs to go back to where she came from are untrue,” he said. “I’m Cuban. I’m not white.”

But here’s where things get even more interesting. Sparkes said he’s a Democrat and the only reason Thomas is doing this is for political gains.

“This woman is playing the victim for political purposes because she is a state legislator,” Sparkes said. “I’m a Democrat and will vote Democrat for the rest of my life, so call me whatever you want to believe. For her political purposes, make it black, white, brown or whatever. It is so untrue.”

Recent Facebook posts show Sparkes is anti-Trump Democrat.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bethbaumann/2019/07/21/liar-liar-georgia-house-minority-leader-caught-in-a-hate-hoax-n2550373

Suspect In Pittsburgh Church Bomb Plot Indicted On Terrorism Charges

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The man suspected of plotting a bomb attack on a Pittsburgh church has been indicted on federal terrorism charges.

Mustafa Alowemer, 21, is accused of planning to bomb the Legacy International Worship Center on the North Side.

 

U.S. Attorney Scott Brady says a federal grand jury has now returned a three-count indictment against Alowemer.

The indictment charges him with one count of attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS, and two counts of distributing information relating to an explosive, destructive device or weapon of mass destruction.

Alowemer is currently being held in federal custody.

 

He is a refugee from Syria and was living in the city’s Northview Heights section until his arrest. He had recently graduated from Brashear High School.

At a hearing last month at Pittsburgh’s federal courthouse, Alowemer was held for trial.

U.S. Attorney Soo Song told the judge that Alowemer slowly fine-tuned his plan of attack. She said he wrote his intentions online, and then handwrote those plans, including a 10-point guide where he placed X’s and checkmarks as he worked through the list.

She said he plotted, researched and then scouted out his target.

However, Alowemer’s defense attorney said his client is just a young man engaged in “puffery” and “bragging.” He also said that buying those items at a convenience or hardware store, including acetone and nails and batteries, does not constitute a plan. He said he didn’t think anyone could “make a bomb out of those four things.”

 

Suspect In Pittsburgh Church Bomb Plot Indicted On Terrorism Charges