Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers (ALERT DEMOCRACY AT WORK)

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CNBC. Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been hit with a $2.5 million fine and has been banned for life, said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver in a press conference.
Silver also said he would ask the board to force Sterling to sell the team.
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The National Basketball Association has banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from basketball for life and fined him $2.5 million racist remarks attributed to him in recordings posted online, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced Tuesday.
The NBA has slam-dunked Donald Sterling.
The Clippers owner — who, according to the league’s investigation, did spew racist rhetoric during a taped conversation with his former mistress — has been banned for life, NBA commissioner Adam Silver announced Tuesday, and he will urge the NBA’s Board of Governors to exercise its right to force the sale of the team. Sterling was also fined $2.5 million, with Silver saying the funds will be distributed to anti-discrimination groups.
“The hateful opinions voiced by that man are from Mr. Sterling,” Silver said Tuesday. “That they came from an NBA owner only heightens the damage and my personal outrage.”
“As for Mr. Sterling’s ownership interests, I will urge the Board of Governors to exercise its authority to force the sale of the team and do everything in my power to make sure that happens,” Silver said, adding the ban is effective immediately.

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Magic Johnson, the former basketball player who owns the Los Angeles Dodgers, says Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, shouldn’t own a team because he is racist – or rather, an alleged racist.

“There’s no place in our society for it, and there’s no place in our league,” Johnson told ABC/ESPN. “He’s put his own team in a tough situation. So I believe that once Commissioner Silver does all his due diligence, gets all the information gathered, he’s gotta come down hard. [Sterling] shouldn’t own a team anymore. And he should stand up and say, ‘I don’t want to own a team anymore.’ Especially when you have African Americans renting his apartments, coming to the games, playing for him, coaching for him. This is bad for everybody.”

“I think we are going to have to look at your right to own this team,” Johnson said.

Keep in mind Sterling is so far an alleged racist. He purportedly criticized a former girlfriend for posing in a photo with Johnson. The photo was posted on Instagram.

Sterling was taped surreptitiously by the woman. She is being sued by the Sterling family and had “told Mr. Sterling that she would ‘get even’” with him.

Is Magic Johnson suggesting Sterling should forfeit ownership of the LA Clippers? If so, who will pay him for the team? Sterling bought the Clippers for $12.5 million in 1981. It was valued at $575 million in 2004 by Forbes magazine.

Should somebody lose money because of an alleged hurtful remark? Should people be driven in destitution because they say mean things about this race of that particular tribe?

Instead of stealing the team, the NBA may simply disassociate itself from Sterling and the Clippers, thus driving the team out of business. The NBA is, after all, a monopoly. If a team is excluded from the association (the monopoly), it can no longer compete against other NBA teams or play basketball in premier venues.

More than likely, Sterling will get the Mark Cuban treatment. He will be suspended and fined millions but will continue to own the team. If this happens, who will get the fines? Well, the NBA monopoly, of course. Fines usually go to charities which means the monopoly can avoid paying a certain amount of taxes. In other words, you and I will pay more to make up the difference. This is business as usual in America. Ask General Electric.

As should be expected, the race baiting ambulance chasers are jumping on the wagon. On Sunday, Al Sharpton, the one-time FBI informant, said “You cannot have someone own an NBA team in this country and have these kinds of attitudes.”

Obama commented on the alleged incident, too. “When ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don’t really have to do anything, you just let them talk. That’s what happened here,” he said from Malaysia. He said “the United States continues to wrestle with the legacy of race and slavery and segregation… That’s still there, the vestiges of discrimination. We’ve made enormous strides, but you’re going to continue to see this percolate up every so often.”

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Magic Johnson, the former basketball player who owns the Los Angeles Dodgers, says Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, shouldn’t own a team because he is racist — or rather, an alleged racist.
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“There’s no place in our society for it, and there’s no place in our league,” Johnson told ABC/ESPN. “He’s put his own team in a tough situation. So I believe that once Commissioner Silver does all his due diligence, gets all the information gathered, he’s gotta come down hard. [Sterling] shouldn’t own a team anymore. And he should stand up and say, ‘I don’t want to own a team anymore.’ Especially when you have African Americans renting his apartments, coming to the games, playing for him, coaching for him. This is bad for everybody.”

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A black marine who sides with Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy in his dispute with the BLM has posted a diatribe on Facebook defending Bundy’s comments and slamming the corporate media’s coverage as a race baiting distortion designed to create social division.

 

 

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Image: Charlie Delta, Facebook

In his missive, a marine going by the handle Charlie Delta blames the “liberal media” for attempting to paint Bundy as a racist, and says he himself has also wondered “the same about the decline of the black family.”

Delta admits Bundy is “maybe not so tactful” and is “not an orator,” but that “he definitely isn’t – a racist.” He defends Bundy’s comments as being his own perspective, which he is entitled to.

Read his comments below:

The media distorts information to the point of social division. This is a photo of myself and the resilient, often charismatic, and maybe not so tactful Cliven Bundy. He’s a cowboy and a helluva family man, not an orator. One thing he definitely isn’t – a racist. I found his comments to not only be NOT racist, but his own view of his experiences. Who the heck are we to determine another man’s perspective on the world around him?! Just because Picasso’s view of the world was abstract, does it negate the fact that his art was genuine? Furthermore, if you take the time to do your own research, you’ll find that his statements about some black Americans actually hold weight. He posed a hypothetical question. He said, “I wonder IF” … Hell, I’m black and I often wonder about the same about the decline of the black family. Bottom line is that we are all slaves in this waning republic, no matter our skin color. Mr. Bundy could have used any racial demographic as an example: Native Americans on reservations, whites in trailer parks, etc. He noticed the crippling effects of receiving government “assistance” and the long term result of accepting handouts. It’s not progress at all. I challenge Sean Hannity, Rand Paul, and others to read my comment and reconsider their position in this matter. Individual liberties are at stake here, yours and mine. THAT is the issue. Don’t let the liberal media and ignoramuses like Glenn Beck and that weasel Harry Reid make you lose sight of the real issue here: The federal government is a burgeoning behemoth and a bully on a once constitutional playground.I sincerely hope you real patriots out there who can see through the smoke.

 

In the wake of Bundy’s supposedly “racist” comments, CNN hoped to get a reaction of outrage when they interviewed one of the men who has been guarding Bundy; in fact, they got the exact opposite response.

 

When asked if he found Mr. Bundy’s comments offensive, six-year Army veteran Jason Bullock replied, “Mr. Bundy is not a racist. Ever since I’ve been here, he’s treated me with nothing but hospitality. He’s pretty much treating me just like his own family.”

“I would take a bullet for that man if need be. I look up to him just like I do my own grandfather,” Bullock stated. “I believe in his cause and after having met Mr. Bundy a few times, I have a really good feel about him and I’m a pretty good judge of character.”

As we reported earlier today, Bundy’s comments, in which he weighs whether black slavery has simply been traded for a new form of government slavery, were undoubtedly taken out of context. This is immediate to anyone who views the heavily-edited 90-second clip put out by White House mouthpiece Media Matters.

Taken with the proper context, the full, un-edited video shows Bundy making both pro-Hispanic and pro-Black remarks, and calling on them all to “join us and be with us.” Of course Media Matters and The New York Times needed to omit these crucial comments in order to help them to portray Bundy as a redneck, scofflaw racist who nobody should support.

In another video we pointed to yesterday, the IJReview’s Kira Davis also sided with Mr. Bundy, agreeing that essentially one form of slavery has given way to another, where people are enslaved to the government and dependent on their subsidies.


“Killing Cliven Bundy, and each & every one of his supporters like myself will never ever do anything to stop us from killing Communism. Cliven Bundy is the least of your concerns. Go ahead; make us all martyrs. We are prepared to die in defense of our country; our families; our principles and especially to preserve our God given rights. If anyone thinks they can kill what is in our souls obviously needs to abandon their god Lucifer and submit to the ultimate Holey Warrior who will never be defeated — OUR GOD. Bring it, and make sure you understand that you will have to get past all of us before you can get to Cliven Bundy. I say again; bring it & you will learn a very powerful lesson. — Pete Santilli”

 

“As with most Libtard propagandist liars, they speak out of seven different sides of their mouths. This page says: “In no way condones violence of any kind…” and they post a picture of a drone carrying lethal weaponry. Unfortunately, they work for a side which cannot afford to speak out openly about their intentions. We The People can stand behind our words; speak openly; and say it LOUDLY that we will defend ourselves no matter what threats are before us.

”Here’s another personal response posted on the page:

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