Yesterday Worcester followed the lead of real cities like Boston and New York by green lighting the painting of an overtly political message on a public street, which advocates for the abolishment of the police, jails, capitalism, and nuclear family.
There was no permit required, the ironic police detail was free, and it took place on a busy road across the street from St. Vincent’s Hospital, which would make it much more difficult for ambulances to get to the hospital if they were coming from the north. This accomplished absolutely nothing except stroking the egos of a bunch of virtue signaling opportunists.
Not sure what “free South Africa” has to do with anything though.
But none of this has ever made any sense from the beginning, and our politicians are too gutless to stand up to this mob of assholes.
Congressman Jim McGovern and District Attorney Joe Early were both down there for the photo op.
Meanwhile, Joe Early is the modern day face for white supremacy. He has his job because his Daddy was a 9 term congressman. He’s completely unqualified, and refused to resign for his role in orchestrating the biggest state police coverup in history. He did Judge Tim Bibaud’s daughter a favor that he has NEVER extended to any black person who committed a crime in Worcester County by forcing the state police to redact her arrest report, presumably because she is white and he is a white supremacist.
Jim McGovern being there is the least surprising news ever. Jim has always hated the cops, and panders to groups like BLM who hate them too. This is why you should be voting for Tracy Lovvorn if you live in the 2nd congressional district. She’ll be speaking at the blue lives matter rally at Lincoln Square on Saturday, which I urge you to attend. I had her and John Paul Moran (who is challenging Seth Moulton in the 6th district and also deserves your vote) on the live stream two weeks ago, and at the 1:02:30 mark Tracy explains why it’s “imperative” for aspiring politicians to come on the TB Live show.
That right there is a breath of fresh air. There is nothing wrong with what we do, and many things that are positive about Turtleboy. A lot of politicians would be too afraid to come on, lest they be labeled as something they are not by the idiots who hate us. But Tracy and John Paul are actual leaders who aren’t afraid of the mob.
Anyway, this is such hypocrisy because no other political group would be allowed to deface a city street like this. Just BLM. If you wanted to write, “Victims of child sex abuse matter” they wouldn’t let you, because victims of child sex abuse are not a constituency Jim McGovern is interested in winning over, and they don’t have millions of dollars to donate to his campaign. That message (“Victims of child sex abuse matter”) does not represent a radical political action group that wants to abolish the nuclear family and prisons, so it should be a lot less controversial.
This whole thing is unconstitutional because the government can’t allow one group to deface the street and not another. That’s why Judicial Watch is suing both Washington DC and New York City to write, “No one is above the law” on their city streets.
Whatever you do, DO NOT paint messages on the street near this mural denouncing BLM, or do burnouts on the sidewalk graffiti. These “artists” put a lot of time and effort into this, and it would be a damn shame if their pretty pictures got messed up.
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