Random Quotations – October 31st, 2020

Five items in total…

“The rioting, physical violence, and destruction of property estimated in the billions of dollars experienced by Americans since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day was merely practice for the left’s coming exercise of power whether Biden wins or loses… To expedite post-election thievery, riots will again become endemic. Every judge that might rule against the Democrats’ lawfare efforts to steal the presidency will be doxed and confronted. Their families will be terrorized in their homes. Special care will be taken to threaten members of the Supreme Court… Leftist agents will confront congressmen and senators at their homes, offices, and out in public with their families.” – William L. Gensert, “Win or lose, Dems have big plans for America” – American Thinker, October 30, 2020.

“We assure everyone such threats only energize us to stand stronger. We thank the local police and federal authorities, who are already investigating this disgusting attack against my family. Across the country, politics has taken a disturbing turn. We have to overcome this. I know that we can. We are all Americans first. What unites us is far greater than our political differences.” – James Anthony, “Republican congressman threatened at his New York home” – Post Millennial, October 23rd, 2020.

“Some registered Democrats in Alaska and Florida reported receiving threatening emails telling them the Proud Boys were ‘in possession of all your information’ and ordering them to vote for US President Donald Trump ‘or we will come after you’… The metadata from the emails pointed to servers in ‘Saudi Arabia, Estonia, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates,’ according to analysts cited by the Post.” – RT, “Iran sent fake ‘Proud Boys’ emails to intimidate American voters & ‘damage President Trump,’ US spy chief and FBI director claim” – October 22nd, 2020.

“Hardly anyone discussed it (the Holocaust) for the first twenty years after the end of the World War II, while it gradually moved to the center of American life in the 1970s, just as wartime memories were fading and many of the most prominent and knowledgeable figures from that era had departed the scene. Novick cites numerous studies and surveys demonstrating that this lack of interest and visibility certainly included the Jewish community itself, which had seemingly suffered so greatly under those events, yet apparently had almost completely forgotten about them during the 1950s and much of the 1960s.” – Ron Unz, “American Pravda: Holocaust denial” – Unz Review, August 27th, 2018.

“It is clear from Judge Kelly’s decision in the Montsion case that ‘systemic racism’ is not the order of the day – neither in the conduct of related judicial proceedings nor in the actions of Constable Montsion. Indeed, the idea that ‘systemic racism’ is in play in this case is further confounded by the fact that the Constable will very likely face similar charges in civil actions. These proceedings will feature a lowering of the standard of proof from ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’ to a ‘balance of probabilities’. With this in mind and in all fairness, those who claim ‘systemic racism’ need to be challenged to define just what they mean even as they provide comprehensive and supporting data and evidence to justify the claim.” – C3RF member update email, October 30th, 2020.