The defensive holier than thou-ness of Mashiki, right here folks. Consistent to a fault.
Mocking a person is holier than thou-ness. Nice, I'll have to remember that for the future.
Don't worry, there are plenty of other examples of behavior, for example the reaction to Colin Kapernik, to the Dixie Chicks, the actions of Judge Roy Moore, that clerk in Kentucky, numerous comments and actions by police forces documented in DOJ investigations...
And they were all wrong. Wanna point out where I defended them? I'll wait...
Want to learn about Liberty University? Want to learn about the people who suggested ramming protesters in North Carolina? Want to learn about the one that did happen in Reno, Nevada? Want to learn about the terrorism planned in Kansas?
What about Liberty university? Besides that the students that are trying to shut down speech aren't actually religious conservatives, they're no different then the ones at Oberlin. It's pretty easy to find that out. "NC" would that be the same ones where the blacks were chanting "kill whitey" and "kill the crackers" pretty sure it is. You mean the protest in Reno where protesters swarmed the truck? And caught them without a problem?
That's odd, they're in the news all the time. Right now, for example, they're intervening in a custody dispute between two lesbians. And threatening revolutionary violence, if somehow their candidate doesn't win, because they just know, know, that it is all rigged.
Would that be the two lesbians that beat their child to death, or would that be a different case? Hyperbole isn't threats, but then again leftists have been out there violently attacking. Just like the ones that attacked a HPI oil line.
Your dogma seems to be the blindness of seeing only evil on the left, while refusing to recognize it elsewhere. Whicj is nothing new, your editorials could have been written after Haymarket Square.
Really? Seems like I'm able to sift through most of the BS you posted pretty easily. Want to try again? FYI I'm not american so I actually had to look up Haymarket Square.