Jared Holt of the far-left hate group Right Wing Watch launched a vicious smear attack against black dissident commentators Hotep Jesus and Uncle Hotep.
Holt has built a reputation for attacking figures on the right who actually ask tough questions and cast doubt on major narratives in mainstream politics.
The target of this specific attack was an episode of Hoteps Been Told You which the black dissidents hosted. For their 97th episode, online conservative Baked Alaska was invited as a guest.
In a tweet directed at the Hoteps, Holt said “Hello darkness my old friend.”
— Jared Holt (@jaredlholt) May 1, 2020
Several black conservatives replied to Holt’s tweet declaring “This is straight up racist.”
This is straight up racist https://t.co/aYxwsdHBiH
— Patriot J 🔥 (@sirhottest) May 1, 2020
Holt went on a racially unhinged attack against the Hoteps after he found out that American film celebrity Eli Roth, of Inglorious Bastards fame, followed the Hotep’s show and even donated money to support the show.
Roth tweeted on April 18, 2020, “Thank you all for the kind birthday wishes. Been enjoying some Bruno Mattei films and listening to @HotepJesus @UncleHotep podcast, reading, writing and creating. Hope you are all healthy and safe. Hopefully we all get back to normal life soon!”
First they trash you then it's 'Tweets aren't loading right now'.
— Hotep Jesus (@HotepJesus) May 1, 2020
The word “racist” is tossed around to smear any conservative that doesn’t ascribe the Left’s multicultural/ politically correct narratives. The Hoteps have made a name for themselves for taking on positions on gun rights and economic self-reliance that the black community once held before the welfare state arrived. For that reason, they receive scorn from legacy institutions who love perpetuating victimhood narratives.
The attacks leveled against the Hoteps and Baked Alaska only show that they’re effective voices who disrupt the status quo. When people like Holt are desperate to smear you, you know you’re doing something right.
Berkeley Thug Arrested, Jailed After Hate Crime Threats Targeting Asians
Another white nationalist crime?
A Berkeley, California man with an extensive criminal history has been arrested and jailed after threatening Asians online. Reginald Jackson was jailed for violating terms of his parole after a judge learned of online threats the repeat felon leveled towards members of the Asian community.
“I’m gone blow a Asian done today”
“Like I said I’m in the town looking for an Asian to rob”
Using these images OPD identified him as a man w/a lengthy rap sheet including multiple weapons charges.
— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) February 23, 2021
Jackson has been previously convicted of attempted robbery as a minor, assault with a deadly weapon, obstruction of a police officer, and multiple counts of possessing weapons as a felon.
A judge ordered Jackson to be jailed on a parole violation with a bond of $190,000, citing “incredible concern” with the frequency of his arrests on Tuesday. It’s unclear if Jackson, who the Oakland Police Department has identified as a gang member, will face criminal charges related to his violent threats leveled against Asians online.
Jackson’s arrest comes as members of the Asian community are drawing attention to a slew of violent crimes targeting Asians in California and across the country. In spite of video evidence revealing that some of the prominent crimes in question have been committed by blacks, protest movements in response to the crimes have blamed supposed “white nationalists” for the crimes. A left-wing protest in New York City blamed “white supremacy” for the hate crimes, seemingly looking the other way at the dynamics behind the incidents.
Several hundred people from the Washington Square Park "Unite Against White Nationalism" rally are now marching through Chelsea.
This protest is in response to anti-Asian/AAPI violence happening in New York and across the country. pic.twitter.com/Qy3kG3tRiK
— NYC Protest Updates (@protest_nyc) February 20, 2021
There’s reason to believe that the crimes in question have been enabled by soft-on-crime practices utilized in California and New York, where repeat offenders are often released from the criminal justice system with a slap on the wrist. If members of the community continue to blame fictitious bogeymen for their occurrences, it’s likely the racially charged hate crimes will continue.
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