America’s teachers are murderous racists

“Ah’d hold a watermelon, but the rules say we ain’t allowed to use bait” – this is how “liberals” view America’s teachers.

Jim Goad astutely observed that “the entire Black Lives Matter phenomenon is moored in lies and rampaging innumeracy”. The firmly held narrative that black Americans are gleefully hunted down like human game, in some kind of urban version of the 1982 Australian splatterfest, Turkey Shoot, is so utterly at variance with reality that one struggles to divine just which planet of fools these ninnies inhabit.

Almost none of the daily interactions between police and public result in a police shooting, and even when they do, police are far more likely to shoot white suspects than black. White Americans are in far greater danger of violence from blacks than the reverse. Blacks themselves are astronomically more threatened by other blacks than they are by whites.

None of these stark facts, however, are allowed to even peep over the towering wall of ideological cretinism that is the default setting of American “liberals”.

Then there’s this latest excrudescence of moronic “liberal” race-baiting:

You Realize Arming Teachers Is Going To Lead To Black Students Getting Murdered By Their Teacher, Right?

If you give public employees guns, they will turn them on black people.

Because, as every “liberal” knows, all white people – and nearly all of America’s teachers are white – are racist.

Now, the idiot who makes this spectacularly stupid argument has two degrees, including a Master’s Degree equivalent in law. Nonetheless, he treats such trivialities as reasoned argument and statistical evidence with utter disdain. For instance:

I know that because the only other group of public employees that is armed at the behest of the state shoots unarmed people of color on the reg. The cops actually receive extensive training on how to use their firearms, how to assess threats, and how to deescalate situations, and yet they still murder innocent civilians all the time.

Absolutely none of the above is true. This fellow presumably isn’t a complete moron, given his education, so his cavalier disregard for the actual, widely available facts can only be put down to utter, determined mendaciousness.

One can assume that the legal system will treat armed teachers just like cops.

You mean, it will subject them to professional investigation, charge and try them as the law requires, and acquit or convict them as the facts make the case? Because, race-baiting fantasies aside, that’s what happens.

the danger will be borne by black and brown students. The students who make teachers “afraid” just by their very existence.

“Their very existence”? Or the undeniable statistical fact that “black and brown” Americans are overwhelmingly more likely to commit violent crimes?

cops are allowed to pop a cap in anything that frightens them.

This is just not true. Someone whose profession is the law has to know that. This goes from biased ignorance to blatant, ideological lying. Added to that, the attempt to sound “street”, from this Ivy League popinjay, is about as convincing as Hillary Clinton trying to pretend she has a sense of humour.

Like Black Lives Matter, gun control activists in America root almost all of their arguments in deceit, stupidity and statistical ignorance. Nobody wants to see children murdered at their schools, but lying and race-baiting isn’t going to do a damn thing to stop it. Trying to argue that America’s teachers are closet Klansmen, just itching to bag themselves some dusky trophies is not just deceitful, it’s racist hate-mongering.

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