(Via MoonBattery) If playing “Sweet Home Alabama” can get a cop in trouble for being a thought criminal, what do you suppose would happen if a prosecutor quoted Dixie? The answer: the conviction of a child molester of politically preferred pigmentation would be overturned to appease the twisted gods of political correctness.
The Idaho Court of Appeals has thrown out a black man’s sex crime convictions, saying the prosecutor interjected race in closing arguments by quoting lyrics from the Confederate anthem ‘Dixie’.
All three judges agreed that Canyon County Deputy Prosecutor Erica Kallin erred in citing a song praising what the judges called ‘pernicious racism’ that might have influenced the jury.
The beneficiary of this lunacy is a lowlife named Kirk:
In April 2013 James D. Kirk, then 45, was sentenced to 20 years in prison after the jury found him guilty of committing lewd conduct against a 17-year-old girl and sexually battering a 13-year-old girl. Both teenagers are white.
The prosecutor’s thought crime was to refer to “Dixie” as if it were a part of American culture — which it obviously is, but won’t be for long if progressive totalitarians are successful in eradicating all cultural references to the South. (read what happened)