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I’m Reviewing McKay’s New Book Right Now, and It’s Good – Part 2



Barack Obama was a President bent on racism, revenge and ruin.

“…For that reason, this appears to be a book fit for one of two types, which encompasses much of the American populace: 1) those at least remotely in the know with politics and at least remotely suspicious of the nefarious government-media apparatus, or 2) those open-minded enough to allow this book to be a starting point on their way down the red-pill road. Whom this book is most definitely not for, it appears to this point, is anyone who actually believes Joe Biden garnered 81 million American votes or who watches The View for their news or who still believes Fox News is the unquestionable bastion of American conservative thought.”

Read more of Part 1

“He’s Still In Charge”


McKay’s It’s All Obama next hits the race issue in America hard, a Mockingbird narrative of course that continues to plague America today, Black America’s slight turn toward Trump notwithstanding. McKay asserts that, “in the wake of the country’s transformation via the George Floyd riots and the pandemic, [Obama] is today endowed with powers undreamed of when he came into office in 2009” (10). Facts be damned in the name of wokeness and equity, the autopsy results revealed that the cause of death was because of Floyd’s drug addiction. Most anyone could have recognized this development as the sham it was as it was being dribbled to us with fake tears by the media, as just more Mockingbird drama we’ve always seen, but there you had it. Seemingly overnight, we became a country turned on its head and set on fire because of the totalitarian’s two key ingredients–isolation (lockdowns) and repetition (atrocity propaganda). McKay is spot on in his analysis of this pivotal point in not only 2020 affairs, but in American history. The George Floyd lie absolutely finished the job tearing this country in two, and most insidiously, emboldened Obama to strike even harder.

McKay has recently released a retrospective article titled “A Blood Sacrifice to the Mob: Everything you were fed about Floyd and Chauvin is a lie.” Here is a portion of it:

There’s a documentary film out that has stirred a good deal of discussion; perhaps you’ve heard of it.

It’s called The Fall of Minneapolis. It’s about the George Floyd incident in the summer of 2020, and it makes a very compelling case that everything you were fed about Floyd — and about Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis policeman in prison for, essentially, being the most proximate human being to Floyd as he died from a fentanyl overdose — is a lie.

American cities — big ones, cities with NFL and NBA teams, cities with proud histories and Fortune 500 company headquarters — burned in the riots that followed Floyd’s death. Those riots weren’t organic; they were contrived and executed by organizations like Antifa and Black Lives Matter. They included standard patterns of the most provocative tactics imaginable, like blocking freeways during rush hour, looting stores, burning police stations. The rioters chanted slogans that were intentionally violent and revolutionary. And the riots were funded. Bail was paid for when the rioters were arrested. The Democratic vice-presidential candidate egged those riots on while her campaign contributed to a bail fund for the rioters.

None of these things was spontaneous. Nothing that happens on the American Left is spontaneous. It’s all contrived, funded and executed. And the George Floyd riot was a spring-loaded trap designed to damage Donald Trump — and the America that made him president.

And here is the autopsy report that came out not that long after the drama. But by then, the damage had been done, a chilling reality that McKay convincingly argues Obama capitalized on.

Of course if you do a search on that, Mockingbird Google will have you believe–BECAUSE OF THEIR FACT CHECKERS AND THE AP!–that drugs had nothing to do with Floyd’s death. Double-of course, even the existence of such singular censorship of a scientific autopsy should make a person trust what McKay is saying here even more. The American people are being lied to, and Barack Obama is the single greatest racist and viper in this country.

More from McKay’s book:

However, what’s never changed for committed leftists–from the Communist Party’s heydey in the Thirties, through the era of Ayers and the Weathermen in the Sixties and Seventies, on to Antifa and the BLM today, is the conviction that if capitalist America is to be brought down–the essential first step to bringing on the glorious revolutionary future–it will be brought about by tearing down the existing order and destroying the middle class. Everything, every institution and concept buttressing tradition–family, church, education, patriotism, reverence for shared history–must be leveled so the new society might rise in its place….

This is what comes from Obama’s racial pyromania–from Trayvon Martin, and Ferguson, to yes, George Floyd–all taken as confirmation of the lie, to which he wholeheartedly subscribes, that a black man can’t get a fair shake in America. (16, 18)

Just for transparency and conversation’s sake, I may differ just a little here. It may be a case of semantics because I am positive McKay has considered this, but in my mind Obama isn’t a teammate of Black America as much as he is using his sort-of blackness to use and abuse blacks to follow his insidious lead. It is textbook totalitarianism, the arbitrary creation of a boogeyman that Saul Alinsky–Chicago community organizer and hero of both Obama and Hillary Clinton–taught in his rules for radicals.

Whatever the exact motive is for Obama, the unquestionably destructive wake of such wokeness is clear as 2024 looms, as a monumental election year approaches, as everything that occurred in 2020 boomerangs back. Even as we speak, McKay is being proven spot-on in his analysis, as a new wave (really, does it ever go away?) of “racial pyromania” and virtue signaling is subtly ramping up lately, mere weeks before the most important year in America’s history.

Not that anyone paying attention needs the examples.

https://twitter.com/Secondhole/status/1736197516042117166?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1736197516042117166%7Ctwgr%5E73cf8fda64a1ccb57f17de64c806d25afeb983d5%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsteelerswire.usatoday.com%2Flists%2Fpittsburgh-steelers-colts-mike-tomlin-message-shirt-twitter-reacts-nfl%2F

That last one is about as racist as it gets, but that brand of racist isn’t called racist in the woke component of American society. The sports world is a perfect microcosm of this. Blacks get away with saying whatever they want to say against whites, and McKay would argue that Obama is sitting in his self-appointed throne somewhere smoking a cigarette and smiling about it.

That last one is about as racist as it gets, but that brand of racist isn’t called racist in the woke component of American society. The sports world is a perfect microcosm of this. Blacks get away with saying whatever they want to say against whites, and McKay would argue that Obama is sitting in his self-appointed throne somewhere smoking a cigarette and smiling about it.


May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.