(Chuck Muth) – After I called out race-baiting Nevada State Sen. Kelvin Atkinson (D-Some Black Lives Matter) for misrepresenting in a tweet over the weekend what a Metro police officer said at an NAACP-sponsored community event I attended on the West Side which was organized to discuss officer-involved shootings, Atkinson responded by calling me a “racist” and a “homophobe” and blocking me on Twitter.
Yep. That’s the best he’s got. Sad.
What a crybaby. And a loser. And an embarrassment.
This all occurred just a few days after I upbraided the race-hustler for this grammar-challenged tweet…
“Hillary Clinton we have to defend all of our rights, voting right, LGBT right, civil rights, women’s rights!”
“Oh, puh-lease. The only rights you should really be worried about is the Bill of Rights.”
Democrat Assemblyman Elliot Anderson was then enticed into the Twitter discussion after I pointed out that the Founders never intended that any politically correct group receive “special rights.” Anderson tweeted…
“They intended that you shouldn’t read the bill of rights as exclusive & ‘only care’ about the BOR.”
This is a typical liberal ploy, and I wasn’t about to fall for it.
You see, I never wrote “only care.” I wrote “should really be worried about.”
So Anderson dishonestly attributed a quote to me that I never said or wrote. The sort of thing losers often do when they’re on the wrong side of a losing argument.
When I pointed out Anderson’s intellectual dishonesty, he tried to cover his butt by claiming “it was a paraphrase of your words.”
No it wasn’t. It’s not a paraphrase when you put your own words in quotation marks and attribute them to someone else.
That’s called a “lie.”
After I caught him in it and called him out for it…Anderson clammed up and scurried off, not to be heard from on this issue again.
Another liberal yahoo – with all of 72 Twitter followers, so I’m not going to mention his name and give him more exposure here – jumped in with this…
“I’m guessing Chuck doesn’t have the guts to enumerate these ‘special’ rights.”
Au contraire, mon frere.
Indeed, I called the schmuck’s bluff and pointed to race-based preferences in hiring and college admissions, a shameful reverse-discrimination practice that still goes on today.
The response from the race-hustlers? Crickets.
Lord, how they hate being proved wrong
But my favorite was the jerk who thought he was oh, so clever when he tweeted that he bet I had a white robe and hood in my closet.
When I replied, “Only if you left yours there,” he wrote…
“GO (expletive deleted) yourself you deluded pig!”
He then deleted the exchange from Twitter and blocked me. What a weenie.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why I’m known as the #1 irritator of liberals.
It’s a gift.