The Democrats hate America, They really hate everything about it

Daniel Greenfield, Democrats hate America!

San Francisco Removes George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Teddy Roosevelt’s Names From Schools.

But this is also a shell game.

The San Francisco Unified School District has a $169 million deficit. It’s a ridiculously failed system that is upping its failure quotient with “equity” virtue signaling that’s wrecking the better schools, and it’s renaming schools named after George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, and Dianne Feinstein.

“On a local level Dianne Feinstein chose to fly a flag that is the iconography of domestic terrorism, racism, white avarice and inhumanity towards black and indigenous people at the City Hall,” Jeremiah Jeffries, chairman of the renaming committee and a first grade teacher in San Francisco said. “She is one of the few living examples on our list, so she still has time to dedicate the rest of her life to the upliftment of Black, First Nations and other people of color. She hasn’t thus far, so her apology simply wasn’t convincing.”

The real damage here is to the first graders that Jeffries is teaching because in between that woke word salad, he sounds semi-literate at best.

Good news, Dianne, at the age of 87, you get to dedicate your remaining years to the “upliftment” of “people of color”. Better be prepared to take a lot of knees and wash a lot of feet.

Critics have called the effort to rename 44 school sites, a full third of the district’s schools, amateur — citing the committee’s justifications pulled from Wikipedia or selective news sources rather than historical records or comprehensive research — and a waste of time amid a pandemic.

Correction, it’s not a waste of time: it’s a distraction while the parasitic infestation that is the teachers’ union and the allied bureaucracy continue to play the same old games while cashing their checks.

That Time Obama Invited Never Trumpers to the White House

Bret Stephens, whom I generally respected, blames the collapse in trust on President Trump, but then starts out by demonstrating why there’s no trust.

A few days before Barack Obama left office, he invited a small group of conservative writers, all Never Trumpers, for a conversation in the White House’s Roosevelt Room. The mood was dark.

I’ve never heard of this being discussed publicly, but I can only track so many events. Was anyone else familiar with this, or is it the first time we’re hearing about this? I assume it’s probably not the case because I can hardly believe that this gang would be able to keep their mouths shout about this for four years.

But, it’s new to me.

Obama invited former conservatives to undermine an incoming administration a few days before leaving office, and one of the participants uses this as a jumping off point to accuse President Trump of subverting the public’s trust. This introduction is precisely why there’s so much distrust of the New York crowd in the first place.

The president was worried about the future of the Republican Party.

The technical term is “concern trolling”. I’m sure Barry was deeply worried about the party he was working behind the scenes to divide.

We worried about the future itself. Someone mentioned the possibility of global thermonuclear war as a plausible outcome of a Trump presidency.

Nearly four years on, it’s worth comparing what was predicted about the Trump administration versus what actually happened.

Among the predictions: The stock market would never recover. We’d stumble into war with North Korea or Iran. The free press would be muzzled. Vladimir Putin would rule Donald Trump through blackmail. Trump-appointed judges would dismantle the rule of law and overturn the verdict of elections. Trump would never leave office.

Were these “predictions” being exchanged in front of Obama? At Obama’s prompting? Was Obama sitting there egging on Never Trumpers to produce their wildest anti-Trump fantasies?

It sure as hell sounds like it.

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