Racist Gun Grabbing Scum

Those of you who know me personally, or have read my rants for a while, know how visceral my reactions are to racism. I simply don’t tolerate it. I won’t stand for it on my blog, and I won’t stomach it in my life. So when I see particularly pernicious examples of ignorance and racism, my anger is palpable.

So sit down, y’all. I’m about to piss the ignorant among you off.

Racism doesn’t just emanate from white folk. I know that’s what you’re taught by today’s system. You disagree with the President?  SHUT UP, RACIST!!! You want smaller government? SHUT UP, RACIST!!!  You want reduced spending? SHUT UP, RACIST!!! You didn’t vote for Obama? RACIST!!!! You oppose extended, wasteful welfare programs? SHUT UP, RACIST!!! And if you don’t want more gun control, you MUST be a racist, because you want black babies killed by them evil guns!  Racism isn’t endemic to white people.  It’s also deeply engrained in the culture of the embittered, enraged blacks who feel themselves entitled to denigrate those they feel have somehow wronged their entire race.

And frankly, I’m sick and tired of the likes of Laura Washington, Charles Ogletree, and Eric Holder accusing me and people like me of racism, even as they promote racist policies and ideas – their president, their America, their people.

Enter Alabama State Rep. Joe Mitchell (Dipshit-Mobile), who in response to a politely-written letter by Alabama resident Eddie Maxwell, demanding Alabama legislators not implement any more gun control measures, decided to go off on a rambling, racist tirade.

From: Eddie Maxwell

Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2013 10:54 PM

To: (all members of state legislature)

Subject: Gun Control and our Constitutions

Can the officers of our state government change our constitution when the change is forbidden by the people? The Supreme Court of Alabama has ruled that it cannot in an opinion dealing with another matter where change is forbidden. You have sworn to support our constitution. You have defined a violation of an oath in an official proceeding as a class C felony (C.O.A. Section 13A-10-101 Perjury in the first degree).

Do not violate your oath of office by introducing additional gun control bills or by allowing those already enacted to remain in the body of our laws.

I don’t see anything in Mr. Maxwell’s letter that was disrespectful or threatening, and yet… Mitchell has decided to take the opportunity to berate the writer and call him names, as well as threaten him. How professional.

Hey man. Your folk never used all this sheit to protect my folk from your slave-holding, murdering, adulterous, baby-raping, incestuous, snaggle-toothed, backward-a**ed, inbreed, imported criminal-minded kin folk. You can keep sending me stuff like you have however because it helps me explain to my constituents why they should protect that 2nd amendment thing AFTER we finish stocking up on spare parts, munitions and the like.

Bring it. As one of my friends in the Alabama Senate suggested – “BRING IT!!!!”

JOSEPHm, a prepper (’70-’13)

Mobile County

Luckily, a number of legislators responded to the exchange, and condemned Mitchell’s racist tirade.

For the record, plenty of evidence exists that gun control was originally a tool for the racists to keep them uppity blacks from rebelling.

The late Charlton Heston, along with Paul Newman, Marlon Brando – alongside their black fellow artists – marched on Washington in 1963 for equal rights.  Yes, THAT Charlton Heston – the former NRA president. The one who wanted to ensure that your civil rights were protected, including the right to keep and bear arms.

For the record, I abhor the fact that black people are dying disproportionately by gunfire, and I have to wonder – like Juan Williams – why no one refuses to address the root causes of violence in the black community, and why when the President mentioned the social breakdown of the African-American family – births out of wedlock, resultant poverty and lack of loving, supportive, education-promoting parents, he was accused by racist, adulterous maggot Jesse Jackson  of “talking down” to black people – probably in response to his own guilt about hiding his mistress and illegitimate child and funding her with charity money!

People like Jackson and like this Joe Mitchell asshole would much rather talk about disarming those who are not responsible for the violence than the problems within their own communities. They would rather scare people with the racist boogieman than promote the difficult work of restoring the black family and honor lost through brainless, misogynistic, violence-promoting gangsta rap. Because condemning broken families and rap music is racist, while trying to leave everyone – black or white – a disarmed potential victim is noble.

And if you disagree… well, then SHUT UP, RACIST!!!


19 responses

  1. This is brilliant. I will be posting it and sending folks your way. This needs to be read.


  2. Allow me to say directly what your rant so deftly insinuates:

    Black racists are a protected class and hence, the real racist problem in America.

    There is absolutely no difference between Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the other race-baiting bigots than the KKK in terms of their adherence to a putrid hatred of people based solely on the coloration of their skin.

    Dumbasses…one and all.



  3. Just found your blog Nicki. Well done. I’ll be following you to see what you have to say.


    1. Thank you, and welcome.


  4. Nicki, your blog is amazing. I get frustrated in today’s political climate due to lack of representation. Your blog reminds me that there are like minded people in this country that are ACTUALLY “sane”, and REALLY DO HAVE “common sense” and LEGITIMATELY “care about public safety”.

    It makes me sick how the gun grabbers took phrases like that and belittled them to where they no longer have any meaning.

    Keep up the great work! I love your entries and read every one of them.


    1. Thank you! You’re really kind. Glad to have you here. 🙂


  5. David Brenchley

    There are no words .. I really fear for America with such serving in public office


  6. Hey, since we’re speaking of racists- Sean Penn’s son, Hopper, dropped the f and n bombs and it was caught on VIDEO. Ouch, Sean. Really, we all thought you would have raised that simple-minded fucker better.


  7. Gun Shy wants to pose something to all of the intelligent readers here. Since Obama is actually mixed race, and was raised by a white mother and grandparents, what if I like the black part who sings Al Green songs, but do not like the white part that channels Bloomberg and wants to ban guns and destroy America using Alinsky’s (a white guy) tactics, Does that make me racist, and if so how?


    1. No, because racism is the view that one is superior based on one’s RACE. You don’t like the actions, and they’re not endemic to race.


  8. The notion that Black people can never be racist is about one-quarter of a step removed from the “Black Rage” defense which is asserted by some to justify lawlessness and murder done by Black people. It is racism no less than any racist acts by any other people.

    [And, quite ironically, the “Black Rage” defense was asserted by Kunstler and Kuby in defense of Colin Ferguson, who, despite a very privileged upbringing in Jamaica, went on a shooting in a Long Island Railroad car in 1993, thereby launching the political career of gun-grabber Carolyn McCarthy, who elicited much liberal sympathies in her role as a widow and mother of two of Ferguson’s victims.].


  9. Yall have to read Patriots of Treason (Roberts) Its something like $7.00 on Kindle..very timely..very won’t be able to put it down….


  10. Nicki,

    They are releasing the results of the search warrants for Lanza’s house in Newtown. This will be enlightening.


    1. Saw it. Not really anything surprising in there. Dude was batshit crazy. I think we all knew this from the start.


    2. Au contraire my friend. This story has legs. Already there has been one redaction due to erroneous info. I can’t keep up with it all! Yikes!


      1. I don’t think it’s all that uncommon in cases like this, especially with the advent of the Internet. It’s interesting, but I’m not learning anything new so far.


  11. After his fellow reps criticized him, Mitchell sent Maxwell a second email expounding on his own racism. He ended it with “lock and load”. I think I would have responded thus: “If that is a challenge to a duel, I accept. Fast draw with six-guns at five paces. Neutral party calls the draw. Got the balls for it, you racist pig?”


    1. I like that response better. Although calling him a pig is an insult to cute little piggies everywhere who give us delicious bacon!


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