The Stench of Hypocrisy
The Stench of Hypocrisy by Jeffrey Lord – via The American Spectator – The Burning Platform
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The bald wonder admits to bullying Nicolas Cruz and the Featured image above shows her words and you can hear those words coming our of her mouth.
John Rivers says “So wait – we have to give up our guns and tear up the Constitution cause some Bald Brown Dyke bullied an autistic kid until he went postal?”
At the March, an admission.
Yes, said Parkland student Emma González. She and her fellow students at Parkland’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School “ostracized” fellow student Nikolas Cruz. Said González when speaking in Washington at the anti-gun “March for Our Lives”:
“Since he was in middle school, it was no surprise to anyone who knew him, that he was the shooter. Those talking about how we should have not ostracized him? You didn’t know this kid! OK? We did!”
Which is to say, González just made a startling admission. Parkland students bullied Nikolas Cruz.
It may well be that González is right — the rest of us didn’t know him.
But there are a large number of people — some of whom are celebrities and either marched in and/or supported the March — who have spent years insisting that what González and her friends who “ostracized” Nikolas Cruz did was… bullying.
Take actress Debra Messing. Messing is listed on this site called Stomp Out Bullying. The site describes itself as follows:
STOMP Out Bullying, a national anti-bullying and cyberbullying program for kids and teens, is a signature program of Love Our Children USA, the national nonprofit leader in fighting violence against children since 1999.
Created in 2005, STOMP Out Bullying™ focuses on reducing and preventing bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and other digital abuse, educating against homophobia, racism and hatred, decreasing school absenteeism, and deterring violence in schools, online and in communities across the country.
It teaches effective solutions on how to respond to all forms of bullying; as well as educating kids and teens in school and online, providing help for those in need and at risk of suicide, raising awareness, peer mentoring programs in schools, public service announcements by noted celebrities, and social media campaigns.
An additional focus educates parents on how to keep their children safe and responsible online.
Fair enough. They are opposed to bullying and support “educating kids and teens in school and online, providing help for those in need and at risk of suicide…” All to the good.
But now look at this tweet from Messing: