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Opinions Are Not a Crime

An Asian woman is sentenced to indefinite jury duty for alleged racist comments. Read the article. This is a very important case because it shows that PC is not just a “white male” issue. No one is immune to persecution under PC, not even its supposed beneficiaries, e.g., women, minorities, etc. PC is about enforcing a totalitarian ideology that legitimizes the state and benefits those interests aligned with the state, not helping the downtrodden or victims of discrimination or outgroup hostility.
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An incensed federal judge sentenced a racist Brooklyn woman to indefinite jury duty on Tuesday after she trashed the NYPD and minorities.

“This is an outrage, and so are you!” Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis told the woman, holding up her bile-filled juror questionnaire.

Juror No. 799, an Asian woman in her 20s who said she works in the garment industry, was up for jury duty in the death penalty trial of Bonanno crime boss Vincent (Vinny Gorgeous) Basciano.

It didn’t take long for her to start looking worse than the defendant.

Asked to name three people she least admired, she wrote on her questionnaire: “African-Americans, Hispanics and Haitians.”

When the judge asked why she answered the question that way, she replied, “You always hear about them in the news doing something.”

She also declared that cops are all lazy, claiming that they sound their sirens to bypass traffic jams.

Garaufis flipped forward several pages in her questionnaire.

He landed on the page where she had said she had a relative who was a member of the Chinese Ghost Shadows gang in the 1980s, convicted of murder and still in prison.

“Why didn’t you put ‘Asians’ down also?” the judge asked sarcastically, referring to her list of least-liked people.

“Maybe I should have,” she said.

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  1. Even if you buy into TH, this ain’t a very smart punishment: seeing as she’s outed herself as holding such racial biases, that’s sure to compromise her (for want of a better word) objectivity in a trial, no?

    The amusing thing about this is there’s something in this story to piss off either side of the (conventional) political fence.

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