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July 7, 2018

First, we falsely stereotype patriots as Klansters or Nazis.
Then we feel good about punching them in the face, hating them, or slandering them.
That is the strategy the far left is utilizing to stigmatize Donald Trump by calling him a "racist". -- I've said it all along. The far left loves to mentally dress patriots in Klan robes and Nazi uniforms to evoke hatred for us. 

That perception was validated on July 4 when Kino Jimenez, a ratchet-talking person of color, snatched a MAGA cap from a kid in a fast-food restaurant. 

Is it accurate to conclude that Jimenez may have it exactly backwards? Is it possible that "historians" have so greatly skewed history that the Klan is viewed as more hateful than even Islam? 

Granted, there were members of the Klan that committed horrific acts. But isn't that is true of most any organization? (Let's pause while leftists copy and paste the preceding sentences). However, some honest historians view the Klan as a peaceful white civil rights organization with a handful of rogue hotheads.

Fake history will focus on the bombing of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church in which four little black girls were killed. The persons of non-color responsible for the attack were allegedly members of the Klan. Shall we hold the Catholic church responsible for the Inquisition or the terror attacks of Sinn Fein? 

Fake history will focus on the murders of four "civil rights" workers in June, 1964. The killers were said to be members of the Klan. Shall we hold Islam responsible for the 9-11 attacks? Or for the 33,430 people killed by Muslim hate attacks since 9-11-2001? 

The truth is: Fake history — such as exaggerating the history of the Klan for good or bad — sets a precedent pathway for people to behave stupidly. 

For those who care to bypass fake history and do their own investigating, you may contact the Klan here ► 

From Daily Caller ▼

The man who stole a teenager’s Make America Great Again hat called the incident a lapse in judgment and said that seeing the cap was like seeing a Ku Klux Klan hood, he told KSAT 12 News.

Kino Jimenez, 30, of San Antonio has been charged with felony theft after the incident at Whataburger in which he dumped a drink on the 16-year-old.

On his way out of jail early Friday morning, he tried at first to avoid a KSAT 12 News camera.

Once the camera was turned off, he spoke briefly, saying what happened was a lapse in judgment that was out of character for him.

Jimenez said seeing the hat had the same effect on him that a Ku Klux Klan hood would have had.

He said since the video went viral, he and his family have been receiving threats.

Jimenez lost his job at a local bar due to the incident and was disowned by his political party, The Green Party of Texas.

The teen, Hunter Richard, posted on social media saying Jimenez can keep the hat. After the incident went viral, the president’s son Donald Trump Jr., offered Richard a new hat signed by the president.


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