Judge Speaks Out Against Violent Antifa Destroying Monuments. Gets Suspended...
The point of the justice system is to enact justice. Self-explanatory, but wussy footed leftists don't always understand obvious things (see YES! Justice Department to Sue Universities Over Affirmative Action and JUSTICE! Soldier Sues False Rape Accuser for Millions. And Wins!). So lemme break it down real simple-like: judges put bad guys in jail when Batman is busy playing chess with Superman. You with me? So it seems rather silly when a judge, who spoke out against AntiFa (who're all but labeled as "domestic terrorists") gets suspended. For speaking out against a violent hate group:
Breaking : Gwinnett Judge suspended yesterday for online comments about protestors has resigned. Statement from Chi… https://t.co/kdD9u20kDP— Tony Thomas (@Tony Thomas) 1502922753.0
A Gwinnett County judge is off the bench after posting what some people believe are controversial comments about Confederate monuments and protestors.
On his page, Judge James Hinkle posted: "It looks like all of the snowflakes have no concept of history. It is what it is. Get over it and move on."
In another post, he observed how all the Confederate monuments in Virginia have the rear ends of horses facing north, he wrote in all caps: "PERFECT TUESDAY MORNING," and added, "The nut cases tearing down monuments are equivalent to ISIS destroying history."
Some residents, like Donna McCloud, worry he can’t be impartial on the bench and doesn’t believe the punishment is harsh enough.
McCloud says she almost started crying when she read the Facebook posts on Saturday, one hour before a man drove his car into a group of protestors in Charlottesville.
Judge calls snowflakes "ignorant of history." Snowflakes then cry for being called ignorant. Continue tearing down monuments which trigger them. Judge's accuracy rating: right on.
Okay, look. If the law on the books is "Judges shouldn't say publicly anything personal about anything going on in current times they feel personally about publicly," then that's the law. Do we have to like it? No. Do we think maybe this judge might have been safe had he said: "Confederate statues are hate symbols, let's blow them up"? Possibly. Do you think if the judge had said "Confederate statues are literally Hitler" the ACLU and ninnies like Lena Dunham would've hashtagged his face with a flowery Snapchat filter? Maybe. See where I'm going with this?
We have a bit of a double standard as to how we treat people. For example, everyone denounced and continues to condemn white supremacists. But our mics are still standing by, waiting for Democrats to condemn the violence of Antifa, Black Lives Matter, or the Women's March broads. Methinks they'll be waiting forever.