Judge Fired For Facebook Post Criticizing Dems’ AntiFa Thugs And Snowflakes


By Rick Wells

Not all judges these days are crazy left-wing zealots intent on changing America into a communist Obamatopia, but the ones who aren’t and speak up are likely to pay a price.

It’s one thing to usurp and overrule the President of the United States twice and the Supreme Court of the United States in bench legislation, as Obama’s choomy so-called Judge Derrick Watson did in the case of the executive order terrorist importation pauses. That’s acceptable behavior apparently, as no sanctions were issued for any of the offenses, with tortured, irrational and disjointed non-opinions barely issued in explanation.

It’s one thing to usurp and overrule the President of the United States twice and the Supreme Court of the United States in bench legislation, as Obama’s choomy so-called Judge Derrick Watson did in the case of the executive order terrorist importation pauses. That’s acceptable behavior apparently, as no sanctions were issued for any of the offenses, with tortured, irrational and disjointed non-opinions barely issued in explanation.

But let a judge denounce the leftist Democrat hit squad, the AntiFa thug force, and there’s hell to pay. One Atlanta judge is paying for his transgressions now, at home and out of a job. It’s not because of an on-the-job error in judgment, having violated his oath or ruled, as Judge Watson did, utilizing a portion of his anatomy typically reserved for use as a foundation while sitting.

Judge James Hinkle wrote on his personal Facebook page the truth about the so-called “anti-fascist” fascists, the loathsome AntiFa Democrat goons.  Judge Hinkle wrote, “It looks like all of the snowflakes have no concept of history. It is what it is. Get over it and move on.”

Accept the past that they can’t change, stop whining and move on? How racist! Next thing he’ll probably be wanting them to accept responsibility for their own actions. What kind of judge is this guy? Certainly he’s unfit to hold that office. Hinkle went on to say, “Confederate monuments in Virginia have the rear ends of horses facing north.” The Judge added in a second post, “PERFECT TUESDAY MORNING. The nut cases tearing down monuments are equivalent to ISIS destroying history.”

That’s just too much truth for the Georgia judicial system to handle. Shortly thereafter Judge Hinkle was advised by Gwinnett County’s chief magistrate Kristina Hammer Blum that he was suspended. After letting him stew for a day, Judge Blum took it one step further and forced Judge Hinkle to resign. One doesn’t belittle the Democrat street thugs and get away with it.

Blum issued a statement at about 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday stating that Judge Hinkle had “offered his immediate resignation from his position as a part-time Magistrate.”

She said, “For 14 years, Judge Hinkle has dutifully served this Court. He is a lifelong public servant and former Marine. However, he has acknowledged that his statements on social media have disrupted the mission of this court, which is to provide justice for all.”

Of course if he had said the same thing about the white boys holding their monument rally or President Trump, not a word would have been said unless to offer praise for his professional insight or some other idiotic liberal tripe.

Blum added that Judge Hinkle is entitled to his personal opinions, but when they go against the snowflakes, it’s voicing them is clearly a mistake. She said, “While, thankfully, our Constitution protects the rights of all citizens to express their opinions, judges are held to a more stringent standard by the Judicial Canons.”

The Georgia Code of Judicial Conduct requires that judges always act in a way that “promotes public confidence.” She said, “Under this heightened standard, the right of the public to a judiciary free from even the appearance of bias takes priority over any judge’s necessarily limited right to individual expression while serving in that office.”

In her self-righteous butt-covering statement Blum told WSB TV: “I have made it clear to all of our judges to conduct themselves in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity, impartiality, and fairness of the judiciary. I consider any violation of those principles and policies to be a matter of utmost concern.”

Like any clear thinking person who isn’t a libtard, Hinkle said he didn’t see anything wrong with his actions, adding, “But you know, with the way things are going in the world today, I guess everything’s controversial.”

He’ll be a lot happier away from that nuthouse, that lunatic liberal in charge and all of those melting snowflakes.



News network all blame Trump for Charlottesville violence

By Steve Watson

The media networks roundly blamed the vehicular attack by a white supremacist on counter-protesters in Charlottesville on President Trump Monday, with an MSNBC contributer openly saying that Trump is a racist.

Morning Joe contributer Donny Deutsch accused the President of not sufficiently condemning right wing protesters, and referred to the President as a “pathetic, sniveling, little man” and a “coward.”

Deutsch, who has previously expressed a desire to fight Trump, added that he found it “disgusting” that Trump did not specifically condemn Naziism.

“He is a racist. Can we just say it once and for all, when we look at his history?” Deutsch said, adding “When we look at the housing issues, when you look where he’s talked about reverse discrimination against whites, the birther movement.”

“We have a racist as a president. A man who cannot stand up and condemn the Ku Klux Klan and Naziism is a racist.” Deutsch exclaimed.

Following the violence at the weekend, and specifically the attack with a car on protesters, which killed at least one person and left several injured, the President said “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. On many sides.”

“We have to come together as Americans with love for our nation—and I say this so strongly—true affection for each other,” Trump added.

Detractors suggested that Trump was not specific enough in condemning white supremacists, which led to a later statement being issued by the White House saying that the President condemns “white supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazi and all extremist groups.”

Some Trump supporters claimed that the President was referring to the fact that violence was carried out by both right wing and left wing agitators, which was confirmed by Virginia State police:

Other media talking heads and hosts piled in on blaming Trump for the violence.

On CBS’ Face the Nation guest Jamelle Bouie argued that if one was looking for the “roots” of the attack, “you don’t have to look very far from the White House”:


ABC, commentator Cokie Roberts said that “The President has to share responsibility,” adding “The fact is, through that campaign, he blew all kind of whistles that those of us who grew up in the Jim Crow south, like I did, recognized immediately. It was just calling out to these white supremacists who then felt empowered by it.”


NBC anchor Anchor Willie Geist complained that “President Trump condemned the violence there on Saturday but he did not specifically speak to the white nationalism that was on display.”


Correspondent Kelly O’Donnell added that “The President also did not respond to questions, including one about the political support he enjoys among some white supremacists.”

Chuck Todd also chimed in stating “Look, you can’t say it’s anything other than deliberate.”

CNN senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta tweeted out that “These are the consequences of sanitizing white supremacists who seek to be rebranded as part of American ‘right.’ They are peddling hatred.”


NBC and CNN featured the Charlottesville, Virginia Democratic Mayor Michael Signer, who wasted little time in putting the blame squarely on Trump:

“Well, look at the campaign he ran. I mean, look at the intentional courting, both on the one hand of all these white supremacists, white nationalists, a group like that, anti-Semitic groups, and then look on the other hand the repeated failure to step up, condemn, denounce, silence, you know, put to bed all those different efforts, just like we saw yesterday.” Signer said.


“In an African-American community, it’s a slap in the face for them to honor someone who was a slave owner”

Infowars.com – AUGUST 16, 2017

Chicago pastor James Dukes has asked Mayor Rahm Emanuel to remove the names of George Washington and Andrew Jackson from parks on the south side of town.

Dukes, the pastor at Liberation Christian Centersaid, “When I see that, I see a person who fought for the liberties, and I see people that fought for the justice and freedom of white America, because at that moment, we were still chattel slavery, and was three-fifths of humans. Some people out here ask me, say ‘Well, you know, he taught his slaves to read.’ That’s almost sad; the equivalent of someone who kidnaps you, that you gave them something to eat. In an African-American community, it’s a slap in the face and it’s a disgrace for them to honor someone who was a slave owner.”

The pastor also wants Andrew Jackson’s name to be removed from Jackson park because he owned slaves and even suggests it be renamed after Rev. Jesse Jackson or singer Michael Jackson.

After the violent clash in Charlottesville, Virginia Trump held a press conference and told the media, “They were there to protest the taking down of the statue of Robert E. Lee. This week it’s Robert E. Lee. I noticed that Stonewall Jackson is coming down. I wonder is it George Washington next week and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know, you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?”

The left heard Trump loud and clear and are now on a crusade to delete all remnants of racial tension from American history.

Baltimore removes 4 Confederate statues overnight amid fears of violence


Baltimore authorities tore down and hauled away four Confederate monuments hours after the city’s council voted for the move. The Baltimore mayor said she wanted to avoid violence.

Within hours of Tuesday night’s decision, crews had removed statues of Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson, who led the South against Lincoln’s Union army during the American Civil War.

They also removed statues honoring Confederate women and Roger B. Taney, the author of the Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision, which denied granting black people citizenship.

“It’s done,” Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said Wednesday, according to the Baltimore Sun. “They needed to come down. My concern is for the safety and security of our people. We moved as quickly as we could.”


Several local activist groups were preparing their own plans to tear down the statues, had the city not acted.

This comes amid a major push across the US to remove Confederate monuments from public squares following violence at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last weekend where white supremacists gathered to protest against the planned relocation of monument to Robert Lee. At the rally an alleged white supremacist drove his car into a group of counter-protesters, killing a woman and injuring 19 people.


On Tuesday, Around 100 protesters in Durham, North Carolina toppled a statue honoring Confederate soldiers. The police did not interfere, but later they arrested a woman who allegedly participated in the action and charged her with disorderly conduct and participation in a riot that involved property damage.

However, authorities in many states, including North Carolina, have called for removing Confederate statues, which are seen by many as symbols of support for slavery and racism.


“Some people cling to the belief that the Civil War was fought over states’ rights. But history is not on their side. We cannot continue to glorify a war against the United States of America fought in the defense of slavery. These monuments should come down, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper (D) wrote on Tuesday.

This week, Gainesville, Florida removed a Confederate statue commemorating men who died fighting for the South in the Civil War.

The mayor of Lexington, Kentucky said that Confederate-era symbols – statues of Generals John C. Breckinridge and John Hunt Morgan – will be taken down from the city’s historic courthouse precinct.

Birmingham, Alabama Mayor William Bell has announced that he has ordered a 52-ft Confederate Soldiers and Sailors monument to be covered with plastic and plywood in the city’s Linn Park. An Alabama law, passed in May, states that the statue cannot be removed, but it will now be covered up until the city can look at legal options to have it removed, according to WBRC.

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam (R) called on state officials Monday to remove a bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest, a Confederate general who was also an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Protesters earlier threw a black jacket over the head of the bust while demanding, “Tear it down!”

A number of Confederate monuments have been vandalized this week, including one in Tampa, Florida, where paint was tossed on and around a memorial with derogatory comments scrawled in the paint.

In an apparent response to the trend, the Lincoln Memorial in Washington was vandalized with a curse word spray painted one of its columns on Tuesday.

Amid the movement across the US to take down Confederate symbols, President Donald Trump appeared to defend the statues, saying: “This week it’s Robert E. Lee. I notice that Stonewall Jackson’s coming down. I wonder, is it George Washington next week, and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?”

The president referred to the fact that both Washington and Jefferson owned slaves.


While the violence in Charlottesville triggered the latest push to remove Confederate symbols from city squares across the US, the previous push came following the June 2015 shooting of nine African American churchgoers at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

South Carolina authorities responded by removing the Confederate flag monument from the state capitol grounds in July that year.

The University of Texas in Austin took down its monument to Confederate President Jefferson Davis in August.

In April this year, New Orleans began the planned removal of several Confederate monuments in the city, including the statues honoring Lee, Davis, and General P.G.T. Beauregard, who was born in the city.

The war that pitted 11 Southern states against the rest of the Union began in April 1861 and ended in May 1865. It claimed the lives of around 620,000 men, which remains by far the greatest death toll of any war in US history.