Mind-Numbing Comments by Journalist on Anti-Looting Laws

While Hurricane Irma was tearing through Miami, some looters were arrested, but this journalist lept to their defense. Sarah L. Jaffe is her name and wielding the shaming stick of “white supremacy” is her game. In this case, it is the laws against looting that has caught her ire. In her Twitter feed, she lashed out at blacks being arrested for looting and said that these laws are, basically, racist in nature. That garnered quite a few amens from the liberal Twitter crowd. that was sad to see. However, it set off a firestorm of responses that questioned her reasoning. She received quite a few challenges, as you will read.

As Written by Thomas H. Williams P.h.D. for Breitbart:

A Twitter-certified journalist has attributed laws protecting private property to “white supremacy,” drawing a flood of criticisms and mockery.

Sarah L. Jaffe, Nation Institute fellow and journalist whose work has appeared in Salon, the Week, the Washington Post, and the Atlantic, slammed the Miami Police Department for a Twitter ad warning against looting, since the looters featured in the accompanying photo happened to be predominantly black.


In her Tweet, Jaffe stated that “the carceral state exists to protect private property,” which seemed to imply that the defense of private property is a bad thing and a tool of “white supremacy.” She failed to give her opinion concerning whether the state should defend the property of people of color.

Jaffe’s Tweet received 4,300 “likes” but also unleashed a hurricane of scorn, which took a wide variety of……


Journo: Anti-Looting Laws ‘Inseparable from White Supremacy’

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