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" Soros-tied money has gone to a hard-core civil rights attorney"

The horror! Civil rights? Yes, 'conservatives' like you don't need no stinkin' civil rights.

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" Soros-tied money has gone to a hard-core civil rights attorney"

The horror! Civil rights? Yes, 'conservatives' like you don't need no stinkin' civil rights.

They're not even embarrassed any longer to be racist.

". . . Hard-core civil rights attorney . . ." What a monster! Someone who argues the rights of those who are being denied them! How DARE HE?

"Civil rights" in their white supremacist vocabulary is merely another word for "illegitimate pretense of equal value." They really, really don't think non-whites, non-Christians, non-Republicans and most non-males should have any rights at all.

God, but they're stupid. Genuinely too stupid even to be embarrassed by their overweening egos and undeserved self-regard.

"Hard-core civil rights attorney."

He criticized that with a perfectly straight face.

SMH.

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will the saw-bones EVER read a non-wing-nut website?!

The Washington Times was founded on May 17, 1982, by Unification movement leader Sun Myung Moon and owned until 2010 by News World Communications, an international media conglomerate founded by Moon. It is currently owned by Operations Holdings, which is owned by the Unification movement.[4][5]

Throughout its history, The Washington Times has been known for its conservative political stance.[6][7][8][9] It has published many columns which reject the scientific consensuses on climate change,[10][11][12] on ozone depletion,[13] and on the harmful effects of second-hand smoke.[14][15]

It has drawn controversy for publishing racist content, including commentary and conspiracy theories about U.S. President Barack Obama,[16][17] supporting neo-Confederate historical revisionism,[18][19] and promoting Islamophobia.[20]


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