Quote of the Day

“This is an excellent day for free speech,”

“Using law as warfare is perhaps the most disgusting tactic of politically correct activists across the country, and we couldn’t be more excited to stand up against such frivolous use of our court system.  — Ben Shapiro, celebrating the courtroom losses of the so-called Clock Boy


Of course the clock boy brought a disassembled clock to school in an attempt to become racially profiled. The attempt failed, but the next kid who brings wires hooked to a battery to school will be treated with kid gloves…because the media and the president claimed clock boy was mistreated.

We here at the Craft Blog call law fare by the term shutuppery. A gang called Team Kimberlin has tried to silence individuals using the courts for years. Just like the clock boy, they have done nothing but lose.

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One Response to Quote of the Day

  1. onwyrdsdream says:

    The sad thing is I could teach someone his age how to make a clock in a few days time with less than $50 worth of parts. It would probably actually cost about what was paid for the clock that was torn apart for his illusion of a self-made clock. Say, $8 for a display, $11 for a microcontroller, $7 for a real time clock chip. Programming would take me 10 minutes, and to teach someone the important bits maybe as much as 8 hours. Throw in a bit of wire and a 9 volt power supply of some kind and there you go. All of it available when he “made” his clock, though a bit more expensive, still not bad. The degree to which he was rewarded for a surprisingly bad lie was pretty amazing. The degree to which the school and the police were lied about was also amazing. Basically everything about the media’s initial summary and presentation of events was untrue. “Fake news” in today’s vernacular.

    It is true what they say. When the news is about something you know, you realize the media pretty much don’t know anything. The stranger thing is how most people give them a pass for all the things we don’t know. Because surely they don’t know any better about those things than about these.


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