So Donald Trump suggests that a
judge hearing a lawsuit against him might be biased because the judge is of
Mexican heritage and Trump has famously called for building a very
controversial wall on the border between Mexico and the United States.
The howls of outrage have been thunderous.Such a suggestion, we’re told, is RACIST.I mean, you can’t say a person might be
biased just because of their race, right?
Indeed, House Speaker and closet #NeverTrumper Paul Ryan (R-K Street) publicly called Trump’s
observations about the judge a “textbook definition of racist.”
Then, um, how do you explain this?
“A (black) Kentucky judge dismissed an entire jury because all the
jurors were white,” reported PINAC News in North Carolina last November.“In a judicial system where race is
contentious, Judge Olu Stevens sought a mixed-raced jury.”
So I guess you CAN make an assumption about inherent
racial bias as long as it’s a white person judging a person
or color, just not the other way around.Indeed, if the person being sued is Hispanic or black and the judge or
jurist is white, then apparently it’s OK to infer racial bias.
Now it all makes perfect sense.It’s the ol’ racial double-standard.And it stinks.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Publisher / Irritator-in-Chief
P.S.From a good
friend (minor adult content)…
Having already downed a few power drinks, she turns around, faces him,
looks him straight in the eye and says: "Listen here, good-looking. I will
screw anybody, anytime, anywhere, their place, my place, in the car, front
door, back door, on the ground, standing up, sitting down, naked or with
clothes on. It doesn't matter to me. I just love it."
Eyes now wide with interest, he responds: "No kidding. I'm in
government, too! Are you federal or state?”