August 21, 2015
A couple months ago, it was reported that an autistic drug-addict named Dylann Roof shot up a Black church full of old women in Charleston, North Carolina. Soon, however, it was discovered that Roof had actually strangled these old women with a Confederate battle flag.
The flag was then banned from everywhere so that no one would use it as a murder weapon in the future.
Then, all of the sudden, it was discovered that the publisher of the Daily Stormer had used the Confederate flag to strangle these people using the comments section of his website. This was discovered by one of the world’s top investigative reporters, Duane Pohlman, who took vengeance on Anglin by terrorizing his mother.
Now, the true story of the Charleston mass-strangling has been uncovered by a hotel in Nashville: Jared Taylor actually strangled these old women by giving speeches at hotels.
A Nashville hotel has cancelled a conference by an organization cited in Charleston massacre gunman Dylann Roof’s manifesto, leaving the group scrambling to find a new venue.
“It is an absolutely shocking commentary on the state of freedom of speech in this country,” complained Jared Taylor, a spokesman for the Council of Conservative Citizens.
“Even at the height of the McCarthy era, the Communist Party could rent a hotel and hold a meeting,” he added.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which says Taylor’s organization is a white supremacist hate group, revealed earlier this week that it was holding its annual meeting at the Guesthouse Inn.
The Guesthouse Inn then canceled the reservation, telling NBC affiliate WSMV that the Council of Conservative Citizens is not welcome at its property.
The group, which says it should not be blamed for Roof’s actions, has met the Guesthouse Inn at least 10 times over the last five years, Taylor said.
“Once they get pressure from people who don’t believe in free speech and freedom of assembly, they fold,” Taylor said.
He added that some members flying in for the conference had non-refundable airline tickets.
“We’re going to do our best to see what we can pull off,” Taylor said. “We might not be advertising the fact if we get another venue.”
They shouldn’t be blamed? How is it possible that they shouldn’t be blamed, when they are directly responsible for the actions of another individual whom they controlled the actions of using words on the internet?
And of course we still have freedom of speech in America. You just can’t speak at a hotel or run a website without it being shut down. But I mean, if you want to meet in a basement somewhere, and whisper about something politically incorrect, you are completely free to do so. Though you might have to be stopped from doing that as well soon, because it could obviously directly lead to more Confederate flag stranglings.