The “gun war” currently being waged throughout our country, a war deliberately, cynically, and hypocritically launched by liberals to score points with the Sandy Hook massacre and other national tragedies is but one of the ongoing issues challenging Americans second only in criticality to rampant black racism which is threatening our very existence as a unified nation.

Over the top?  Hyperbolic?  Exaggerated?  Consider these few facts to supplement previously-noted instances of gun-hypocrisy and black racism in America:

Loaded Gun Slips by TSA (Again  Re: Gun Control:

–Our president’s kids are protected at their elite Sidwell Friends School by a contingent of no less than eleven heavily-armed Secret Service agents while he strongly opposes the idea of any armed guards in schools to protect the lives of the rabbles’ children and grandchildren;

–New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg has no kids or grandkids in school yet he is in the vanguard of the gun-control mania and has actually gone so far as to have his armed henchmen on the NYPD harrass and intimidate a reporter who had the effrontery to ask him, “In the spirit of gun control, will you disarm your entire security team?”

–Arch gun-controller, Democrat senator Diane Feinstein (who admits she carries a weapon for self-protection) has proposed legislation that would deny the right of the general public to protect themselves with guns but would “exempt weapons used by government officials, law enforcement and retired law enforcement personnel” who, just coincidentally, would include those personnel assigned to protect her;

Senator Charles E. Schumer  –Feinstein’s fellow Dem and fellow advocate of curbing gun possession by law-abiding Americans (criminal possession is fine) Sen. Charles Schumer also carries a handgun but, to doubly insure his safety, he is guarded by a contingent of NYPD armed escorts even though the practice has been criticized by the GAO for using police resources for personal protection.

Apparently–obviously–all Americans are created equal but politicians are more equal than the hoi polloi.

Re: Black Racism:

–The curriculum on “American Diversity” at Delavan-Darien High School in Wisconsin teaches students that white skin confers a set of unfair privileges” and “There is not space here to list all the ways in which white privilege plays out in our lives.”  Parents are calling the curriculum “indoctrination” reflecting “a radical left agenda and ideology that is now embedded in our school.”

–Eddie Nimibutr, owner of Thai Noodle House in Austin, Texas posted the Facebook comment shortly after the shooting at Sandy Hook: “I don’t care if a bunch of white kids got killed.  F**k Post-Racial bullsh*t.  When kids from minority groups get shot, nobody cares,” an outrageous viewpoint and a more outrageous lie.

–In May, EgoPo Classic Theater will debut a stage version of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s 1852 anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin at Philadelphia’s Delancey Place’s Plays & Players Theater, a version with a marked racial twist featuring black actors as slaveowners and whites playing subservient slaves, sort of happy whities as opposed to Stowe’s “happy darkies” with white Tom bowing and scraping to his black overlords. 

American Idol  –Nine black former contestants, all with criminal records, are claiming they were dumped by “American Idol” not because they are criminals but due to ”a racist plan to boost ratings” and they’re planning to sue; black judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj, and Randy Jackson didn’t seem to have the same issue. 

I could go on and on about how two-faced liberals have been preaching that so-called “evil” guns are wreaking havoc in America–even as those same hypocrites rely on guns and armed guards to protect their sorry asses. 

I could go on and on about how blacks in America are succeeding in convincing whites in America that we hate them whereas the exact opposite is true. 

However, I’ll wait until Obama’s brownshirts come to confiscate our legal weapons and blacks achieve their ultimate goal of reparations before I do what has to be done.