February 1, 2017
She was a good monkey, so long as she remained in her cage.
Does it even surprise any of you nowadays, when some leftist agitator turns out to be a violent criminal?
But I have to admit that I was somewhat taken aback to learn that a negro sow who is now a leading feminist and “civil rights activist” had been convicted of kidnapping and murdering a White man.
Let me be perfectly clear: I am in no way surprised that the rats and cockroaches of the left would lionize such a beast, or that they would consider her being part of a seven-member dindu gang that kidnapped, tortured, and murdered an elderly White man is roaming the streets as though it were both free and a human being.
It may be the former, but it is decidedly not the latter.
A leading black feminist and featured speaker at the Women’s March on Washington – who speaks on women’s issues and prison reform – is a convicted murderer and kidnapper who was part of a seven-person gang that abducted, tortured and killed a 62-year-old white man.
Donna Hylton was convicted of second-degree murder and two counts of first-degree kidnapping on March 12, 1986. She had been an accessory in the gruesome murder of Long Island real-estate broker Thomas Vigliarole, whose body was found locked inside a trunk in a Manhattan apartment in 1985. Vigliarole had died of asphyxiation. He was starved, beaten, raped, burned and tortured. Hylton served 27 years at New York’s Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for the crime.
In a 1995 feature published in Psychology Today, Jill Neimark described the bloody crime:
The victim was 62-year-old Thomas Vigliarole, a balding real-estate broker cum con man whose partner in crime, Louis Miranda, thought Vigliarole had swindled him out of $139,000 on a mutual con. The two men had sold shares in a New York City condo and meant to pocket the money for themselves, but Miranda hadn’t gotten his share. …
Miranda had hired Woodie George Pace, the kind of man who boasted about putting an electric drill through victims’s hands, to help him. Woodie and a former girlfriend, Selma Price, who became known during the trial as “the fat lady” (she literally weighed almost 500 pounds, and had to be taken away in a special van because she couldn’t fit into a regular car), had been implicated in a similar kidnapping and torture in 1981. “Selma,” recalled detective [William] Spurling, “admitted she sat on the victim and beat him. She was so fat that sitting on him would have been torture enough.”
Ultimately, Miranda would ask for a ransom of over $400,000 – even after the victim had died. He never got it. Maria Talag, who according to Donna called Miranda her godfather, invited Donna [Hylton] and two friends, Rita and Theresa, to participate in the crime. Their cut was to be $9,000 each; Donna wanted hers to pay for a picture portfolio to help her break into modeling.
Vigliarole had originally believed three girls in the group were prostitutes who would have sex with him. But the girls drugged him and took him to a Harlem apartment that had been prepared for his arrival.
“The closet door had been cut, a pot put in it for use as a toilet, the windows boarded,” Neimark wrote. “For the next 15 to 20 days … the man was starved, burned, beaten, and tortured.”
When Hylton’s friend, Rita, was questioned about sticking a three-foot metal bar up Vigliarole’s hind end, she reportedly told detective Spurling: “He was a homo anyway. … When I stuck the bar up his rectum he wiggled.”
Hylton and her two girlfriends took turns watching Vigliarole. Hylton reportedly delivered a ransom note and film to the victim’s friend, who managed to jot down a portion of her license plate number.
Detective Spurling, who interviewed Hylton, recalled: “I couldn’t believe this girl who was so intelligent and nice-looking could be so unemotional about what she was telling me she and her friends had done. They’d squeezed the victim’s testicles with a pair of pliers, beat him, burned him. Actually, I thought the judge’s sentence was lenient. Once a jailbird, always a jailbird.”
In her Psychology Today article, Neimark says Hylton claimed she didn’t know the real-estate broker had died. But then something curious happened during the interview.
“She slipped verbally, and said in an almost irritable way, ‘He [the victim] was going to die anyway, so …’ and then she caught herself. I just looked at her. All her previous protestations that when arrested she’d had no idea Vigliarole was dead were clearly lies.”
Can we just ship these people back now, please? They’ve been 100% worthless since 1865.
So now this feral sow is out on the streets, and she is getting major cred among wacky leftist women. So at the Women’s March on Washington, somewhere between Madonna spreading multiple STDs to the crowd by osmosis while talking about blowing up The White House and Ashley Judd (whoever she is) complaining about her bloody bed sheets and the tax on tampons, the sobbing, triggered feminists were regaled with tales from the penitentiary, and how these po’ wimmins of color who wind up in the joint are at the vanguard of social justice.
She told the crowd:
My name is Donna Hylton. I’m formerly known as inmate 86G0206. But in this moment, in this movement, I’m here to talk about those women and those girls that society refuses to talk about. That they continue to criminalize. That they continue to abuse, sexualize, denigrate and dehumanize. I stand here today to tell you that we are human! That we are women, and we are you, and you are we. And we count.
And who said we couldn’t break the ceiling? This is the glass ceiling right now and from today on, this is our ceiling. How amazing and wonderful it is to be in this powerful movement of sisterhood. And as we march today, we march in solidarity with millions of women and girls who have been told all their lives that they have no rights, they have no value and they have no voice. But today, we in solidarity are marching to change that narrative. We are marching to rewrite, reclaim and re-imagine the humanity that has been taken and stripped from these women and girls. They cannot march with us today, but they’re here.
Five years ago, I was released from prison after serving 27 years. … And when I walked out those gates of prison, I made a promise to those women who are our friends, our neighbors, our sisters that I would do all that I could do to tell their story, to tell their narratives and to tell their truth. So today in solidarity as inmate 86G0206, I call into this moment, into this movement … all of those women who have been overlooked, marginalized, sexualized, dehumanized and silenced. Today we march in solidarity to be their voice. We are their voice.
Hell, what commentary do I even need to add? If they’re gonna just openly claim that murderous criminals are the real heroes and solid citizens, and that the peaceful, hard-working masses of Whites that keep Western Civilization alive, if on life support at this time are the evil, intolerant minions of the devil himself, then they’re doing our work for us.
Remember the name Donna Hylton. Add it to your list of leftist enemies. These people will be dealt with soon. America is sick of them. Glorious Leader is sick of them.
Soon, Jeff Sessions will be Attorney General of The United States of America, and he will teach them a lesson that even the dumbest kangz and queenz will understand.
It’s all coming to a head now. Thank your lucky stars that Trump, not Hillary, will be in charge when this festering pustule bursts.
Yes indeed, Obergruppenführer Sessions, we are more than ready!