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I’ve got my own 10 suggestions for black people (generalizing of course)

1) stop killing each other and blaming the police
2) understand that blacks can and are far more racist toward whites (current thinking is blacks definitionally can’t be racist)
3) take responsibility for your own life and your own actions - quit blaming others for your failures
4) stop being pussies and fight your battles one-on-one (quit your gang attacks and sucker punching)
5) Stop looting and rioting - if you follow the law you won’t be ostracized
6) Learn to speak English
7) Get off public assistance and pull your own weight “Get a job”
8) have some sexual impulse control and raise your own children in non broken homes
9) show some respect and you’ll get respect
10) you used to make such wonderful music (jazz style al). There are more than your three words that you can use in your rap lyrics (Ho, F$&k, and Sh*t)
I have heard and read quite a few places that "reverse discrimination" cannot be a real thing.
 

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Live in South Dakota: Protesters have blocked the road. National Guard is on the scene.

 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-plan-stay-white-house-162113382.html

Trump has a plan to stay in the White House if he loses election, former senator says

President Donald Trump is scheming to retain power in the event of an electoral loss in November, according to a former Senator from Colorado.

Tim Wirth published an op-ed in Newsweek where he lays out his theory, apparently inspired in-part by HBO's adaptation of the Philip Roth novel The Plot Against America.

The former Democratic senator begins with an allegation that Mr Trump will attempt to retain power through voter suppression. Mr Wirth alleges there is a strategy to suppress voter turnout by purging voters - especially inner-city voters - from registration rolls and to suppress mail-in voting. He also believes physical polling locations will be limited, especially in urban areas, in an effort to create long lines on Election Day and discourage voting.

Mr Wirth's allegations that there has been an effort in Republican-led states to remove people from the voter-roll is accurate.

According to data compiled by Mother Jones, between 2016 and 2018, more than 17 million names have been removed from the voter rolls. While names are removed from voter rolls every year due to deaths or citizens leaving the state, the number of voters removed from the rolls since 2016 has significantly increased.

Between 2016 and 2018, states on average removed 7.6 per cent of their voters from the rolls. However, the purge in some states went much further.

Indiana purged the greatest number of voters, removing 22.3 per cent of the state's voters from its rolls. Both Virginia and Wisconsin removed 14 per cent, and Maine, Oklahoma and Massachusetts removed between 11 and 12.1 per cent.

Mr Wirth's theory about Mr Trump trying to retain power following the 2020 US election doesn't end at the ballot box, however. He believes that - should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.

According to Mr Wirth, should Mr Trump lose in a scenario where challenger Joe Biden beats him by "decent but not overwhelming" margins in the swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Mr Trump will declare that the vote was rigged.

He will supposedly blame mail-in ballots and Chinese election interference for the loss and invoke emergency powers to launch a Justice Department investigation into alleged "election hacking" in the swing states.

From there, Mr Wirth claims Mr Trump will stall until 14 December, which is the date when states must appoint their US Electoral College electors. Because the swing states are each controlled by Republicans, Mr Wirth believes the state legislatures will refuse to certify their electors until the election hacking investigation is finished.

He then claims the Democrats will challenge the investigation and the challenge to the election, which will eventually be taken to the US Supreme Court. Mr Wirth believes the Supreme Court will rule against the Republicans, but will concede that Mr Trump's emergency powers authorise him to continue his investigation. The Supreme Court will also maintain that should the swing states not be able to certify their selectors by 14 December - for any reason - then the Electoral College will have to meet and vote for the president without the swing states included.

Under Mr Wirth's theory, the Electoral College will then meet without the swing states under investigation, and neither candidate will receive enough votes to secure the presidency. According to Mr Wirth, the contested election would then move to the House of Representatives, where each delegation gets to cast one vote towards the presidency.

Since there are more Republican controlled House delegations than Democratic controlled delegations - 26 Republican to 23 Democrats - the Republicans will be the victors of the vote and Mr Trump will remain in office.

Mr Wirth claims the plot is not far-fetched, and points to Mr Trump's threat to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 to use the US military against demonstrators at the George Floyd protests, but notes later on that the "recent resistance of our military establishment is an encouraging sign and necessary component of the 'people's firewall'".
 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-plan-stay-white-house-162113382.html

Trump has a plan to stay in the White House if he loses election, former senator says

President Donald Trump is scheming to retain power in the event of an electoral loss in November, according to a former Senator from Colorado.

Tim Wirth published an op-ed in Newsweek where he lays out his theory, apparently inspired in-part by HBO's adaptation of the Philip Roth novel The Plot Against America.

The former Democratic senator begins with an allegation that Mr Trump will attempt to retain power through voter suppression. Mr Wirth alleges there is a strategy to suppress voter turnout by purging voters - especially inner-city voters - from registration rolls and to suppress mail-in voting. He also believes physical polling locations will be limited, especially in urban areas, in an effort to create long lines on Election Day and discourage voting.

Mr Wirth's allegations that there has been an effort in Republican-led states to remove people from the voter-roll is accurate.

According to data compiled by Mother Jones, between 2016 and 2018, more than 17 million names have been removed from the voter rolls. While names are removed from voter rolls every year due to deaths or citizens leaving the state, the number of voters removed from the rolls since 2016 has significantly increased.

Between 2016 and 2018, states on average removed 7.6 per cent of their voters from the rolls. However, the purge in some states went much further.

Indiana purged the greatest number of voters, removing 22.3 per cent of the state's voters from its rolls. Both Virginia and Wisconsin removed 14 per cent, and Maine, Oklahoma and Massachusetts removed between 11 and 12.1 per cent.

Mr Wirth's theory about Mr Trump trying to retain power following the 2020 US election doesn't end at the ballot box, however. He believes that - should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.

According to Mr Wirth, should Mr Trump lose in a scenario where challenger Joe Biden beats him by "decent but not overwhelming" margins in the swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Mr Trump will declare that the vote was rigged.

He will supposedly blame mail-in ballots and Chinese election interference for the loss and invoke emergency powers to launch a Justice Department investigation into alleged "election hacking" in the swing states.

From there, Mr Wirth claims Mr Trump will stall until 14 December, which is the date when states must appoint their US Electoral College electors. Because the swing states are each controlled by Republicans, Mr Wirth believes the state legislatures will refuse to certify their electors until the election hacking investigation is finished.

He then claims the Democrats will challenge the investigation and the challenge to the election, which will eventually be taken to the US Supreme Court. Mr Wirth believes the Supreme Court will rule against the Republicans, but will concede that Mr Trump's emergency powers authorise him to continue his investigation. The Supreme Court will also maintain that should the swing states not be able to certify their selectors by 14 December - for any reason - then the Electoral College will have to meet and vote for the president without the swing states included.

Under Mr Wirth's theory, the Electoral College will then meet without the swing states under investigation, and neither candidate will receive enough votes to secure the presidency. According to Mr Wirth, the contested election would then move to the House of Representatives, where each delegation gets to cast one vote towards the presidency.

Since there are more Republican controlled House delegations than Democratic controlled delegations - 26 Republican to 23 Democrats - the Republicans will be the victors of the vote and Mr Trump will remain in office.

Mr Wirth claims the plot is not far-fetched, and points to Mr Trump's threat to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 to use the US military against demonstrators at the George Floyd protests, but notes later on that the "recent resistance of our military establishment is an encouraging sign and necessary component of the 'people's firewall'".
Remember when the left was putting forth the theory that Trump wouldn't accept the results of the 2016 election...and it turned out that THEY were the ones incapable of accepting the results of the 2020 election?
 

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/trump-plan-stay-white-house-162113382.html

Trump has a plan to stay in the White House if he loses election, former senator says

President Donald Trump is scheming to retain power in the event of an electoral loss in November, according to a former Senator from Colorado.

Tim Wirth published an op-ed in Newsweek where he lays out his theory, apparently inspired in-part by HBO's adaptation of the Philip Roth novel The Plot Against America.

The former Democratic senator begins with an allegation that Mr Trump will attempt to retain power through voter suppression. Mr Wirth alleges there is a strategy to suppress voter turnout by purging voters - especially inner-city voters - from registration rolls and to suppress mail-in voting. He also believes physical polling locations will be limited, especially in urban areas, in an effort to create long lines on Election Day and discourage voting.

Mr Wirth's allegations that there has been an effort in Republican-led states to remove people from the voter-roll is accurate.

According to data compiled by Mother Jones, between 2016 and 2018, more than 17 million names have been removed from the voter rolls. While names are removed from voter rolls every year due to deaths or citizens leaving the state, the number of voters removed from the rolls since 2016 has significantly increased.

Between 2016 and 2018, states on average removed 7.6 per cent of their voters from the rolls. However, the purge in some states went much further.

Indiana purged the greatest number of voters, removing 22.3 per cent of the state's voters from its rolls. Both Virginia and Wisconsin removed 14 per cent, and Maine, Oklahoma and Massachusetts removed between 11 and 12.1 per cent.

Mr Wirth's theory about Mr Trump trying to retain power following the 2020 US election doesn't end at the ballot box, however. He believes that - should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.

According to Mr Wirth, should Mr Trump lose in a scenario where challenger Joe Biden beats him by "decent but not overwhelming" margins in the swing states of Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, Mr Trump will declare that the vote was rigged.

He will supposedly blame mail-in ballots and Chinese election interference for the loss and invoke emergency powers to launch a Justice Department investigation into alleged "election hacking" in the swing states.

From there, Mr Wirth claims Mr Trump will stall until 14 December, which is the date when states must appoint their US Electoral College electors. Because the swing states are each controlled by Republicans, Mr Wirth believes the state legislatures will refuse to certify their electors until the election hacking investigation is finished.

He then claims the Democrats will challenge the investigation and the challenge to the election, which will eventually be taken to the US Supreme Court. Mr Wirth believes the Supreme Court will rule against the Republicans, but will concede that Mr Trump's emergency powers authorise him to continue his investigation. The Supreme Court will also maintain that should the swing states not be able to certify their selectors by 14 December - for any reason - then the Electoral College will have to meet and vote for the president without the swing states included.

Under Mr Wirth's theory, the Electoral College will then meet without the swing states under investigation, and neither candidate will receive enough votes to secure the presidency. According to Mr Wirth, the contested election would then move to the House of Representatives, where each delegation gets to cast one vote towards the presidency.

Since there are more Republican controlled House delegations than Democratic controlled delegations - 26 Republican to 23 Democrats - the Republicans will be the victors of the vote and Mr Trump will remain in office.

Mr Wirth claims the plot is not far-fetched, and points to Mr Trump's threat to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 to use the US military against demonstrators at the George Floyd protests, but notes later on that the "recent resistance of our military establishment is an encouraging sign and necessary component of the 'people's firewall'".

The deomonrats should fight voter suppression by demanding voter ID.
 

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I have heard and read quite a few places that "reverse discrimination" cannot be a real thing.
Yeah, me too. That's a lie from Hell. Hate directed to anyone from anyone based on race is racism.
 

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Live in South Dakota: Protesters have blocked the road. National Guard is on the scene.

BLM folks are mixed in with the Native American protesters. I saw BLM signs. That has nothing to do with the Native Americans who were protesting this event. Probably some Antifa creeps in there too.
 

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Some local addys.
Since the fireworks have been canceled.
They have this planned in the City Center at the bandshell and surrounding area.
Note: they have built a host of new high rise condos down there with pretty high $ units, I am sure these folks are thrilled.
The local LBGTQ " rag " says, among other things
" we must say, a better use of the park on the 4th than fireworks "
and another comment
" better than celebrating a facade "
( which is the one that got me )
Yup...the whole state...one election away.
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CDC Doctor: “We’ll Just Get Rid Of All The Whites In The United States”
By cloverchronicle on May 16, 2020
https://cloverchronicle.com/2020/05/16/cdc-doctor-well-just-get-rid-of-all-the-whites-in-the-united-states/

Last week, a video surfaced from news site National File showing Carol Baker, a doctor who was appointed as Chair of the National CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices in 2009 during the Obama administration, lashing out at white Americans and suggesting that immigrants want to get “vaccinated the most.”

Baker made these statements while participating in a National Meningitis Association expert panel discussion in New York City on May 9, 2016.


A reader sent us the Texas Medical Board’s response to a formal complaint against Baker. The letter states that “the Board has already been notified of the allegations made in your complaint.”

https://nationalfile.com/texas-medical-board-responds-to-complaint-about-gates-honored-get-rid-of-all-the-whites-doctor/
 

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UMass Nursing Dean Fired For Saying "Everyone's Life Matters"

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We have been discussing the growing fear of professors and students over the loss of free speech on campuses for years, but recently those concerns have been greatly magnified with the investigation or termination of professors for expressing opposing views about police abuse, Black Lives Matter movement or aspects of the protests following the killing of George Floyd. There is a sense of a new orthodoxy that does not allow for dissenting voices as campaigns are launched to fire faculty who are denounced as insensitive or even racist for such criticism. The most recent controversy involves the recently installed University of Massachusetts-Lowell Dean of Nursing Leslie Neal-Boylan. Dr. Neal-Boylan had only been in her position for a few months when she was fired.



The reason, according to many reports, is that she sent an email on June 2 to the Solomont School of Nursing on the recent anti-racism demonstrations across the country that include the words “everyone’s life matters.”



As a blog dedicated to free speech, it has been difficult to keep up with the rising number of cases of the curtailment of speech or academic freedom on our campuses. What is equally alarming is the relative silence of most faculty members as individual professors are publicly denounced by their universities, forced into retirement, or outright terminated for expressing dissenting views. This case however raises an equally serious concern over the loss of due process for academics who find themselves the focus of a campaign for removal — or simply summary dismissal.



Dr. Neal-Boylan was heralded last September as a “visionary leader” by the university in taking over the deanship. Her writings include strong advocacy for those with disabilities in the nursing field. Those writings show tremendous empathy and concern for inclusivity in the profession.



This controversy began when Dr. Neal-Boylan wrote the email which started with the following words:



“Dear SSON Community,” the email provided to Campus Reform begins.



“I am writing to express my concern and condemnation of the recent (and past) acts of violence against people of color. Recent events recall a tragic history of racism and bias that continue to thrive in this country. I despair for our future as a nation if we do not stand up against violence against anyone. BLACK LIVES MATTER, but also, EVERYONE’S LIFE MATTERS. No one should have to live in fear that they will be targeted for how they look or what they believe.”



https://www.zerohedge.com/political/umass-nursing-dean-fired-saying-everyones-life-matters
 

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Trump speaks the truth, says people on the left are destroying statues and monuments as an effort to erase our history, and goes on to say "We will not be terrorized, we will not be demeaned, and we will not be intimidated by bad, evil people,"
And the left leaning media interprets that as Trump pushing racial division.

Trump pushed racial division and flouted coronavirus rules at Independence Day event at Mt. Rushmore

https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-pushes-racial-division-flouts-virus-rules-at-rushmore-2020-7
  • At the foot of Mount Rushmore on the eve of Independence Day, President Donald Trump lashed out at protesters and further sowed racial divisions.
  • "This movement is openly attacking the legacies of every person on Mount Rushmore," Trump said.
  • He said Americans should speak proudly of their heritage and shouldn't have to apologize for its history.
  • The speech and fireworks at Mount Rushmore came against the backdrop of a pandemic that has killed over 125,000 Americans.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL, S.D. (AP) — At the foot of Mount Rushmore on the eve of Independence Day, President Donald Trump made a direct appeal to disaffected white voters four months before Election Day, accusing protesters who have pushed for racial justice of engaging in a "merciless campaign to wipe out our history."

The president dug further into American divisions Friday, offering a discordant tone to an electorate battered by a pandemic and wounded by racial injustice following the high-profile killings of Black people. He zeroed in on the desecration by some protesters of monuments and statues across the country that honor those who have benefited from slavery, including some past presidents.

"This movement is openly attacking the legacies of every person on Mount Rushmore," Trump said. He lamented "cancel culture" and charged that some on the political left hope to "defame our heroes, erase our values, and indoctrinate our children." He said Americans should speak proudly of their heritage and shouldn't have to apologize for its history.

"We will not be terrorized, we will not be demeaned, and we will not be intimidated by bad, evil people," Trump added. "It will not happen."

The speech and fireworks at Mount Rushmore came against the backdrop of a pandemic that has killed over 125,000 Americans. The president flew across the nation to gather a big crowd of supporters, most of them maskless and all of them flouting public health guidelines that recommend not gathering in large groups.

The discord was heightened as the Trump campaign confirmed during the president's speech that Kimberly Guilfoyle, a top fundraiser for the campaign and the girlfriend of Trump's eldest son Donald Trump Jr., had tested positive for the coronavirus while in South Dakota. Both Guilfoyle and Trump Jr., who serves as a top surrogate for the president, are isolating themselves and have canceled public events, according to Sergio Gor, chief of staff to the Trump campaign's finance committee.

During the speech, the president announced he was signing an executive order to establish the National Garden of American Heroes, a vast outdoor park that will feature the statues of the "greatest Americans to ever live."

Amid the campaign headwinds, the president has sharpened his focus on his most ardent base of supporters as concern grows inside his campaign that his poll numbers in the battleground states that will decide the 2020 election are slipping.

Trump in recent weeks has increasingly lashed out at "left-wing mobs," used a racist epithet to refer to the coronavirus, and visited the nation's southern border to spotlight progress on his 2016 campaign promise to build a US-Mexico border wall.

The event, while not a campaign rally, had the feel of one as the friendly crowd greeted Trump with chants of "Four more years!" and cheered enthusiastically as he and first lady Melania Trump took the stage.

"They think the American people are weak and soft and submissive," Trump said. "But no, the American people are strong and proud, and they will not allow our country and all of its values, history, and culture to be taken from them."

Republican Gov. Kristi Noem echoed Trump's attacks against his opponents who "are trying to wipe away the lessons of history."

"Make no mistake: This is being done deliberately to discredit America's founding principles by discrediting the individuals who formed them," she said.

The small town of Keystone, which lies a couple of miles from the monument, was buzzing with people Friday hoping to catch a glimpse of the fireworks and the president. Many wore pro-Trump T-shirts and hats. Few wore masks.

"This is going to rank up in the top Fourth of Julys that I talk about," said Mike Stewhr, who brought his family from Nebraska.

Mike Harris of Rapid City, who said he was a Republican, wore a mask and waved an anti-Trump flag. He also was sporting a handgun on each hip. He said he was worried the event would spark a COVID-19 outbreak.

"I think it's a bad example being set by our president and our governor," Harris said.

Leaders of several Native American tribes in the region raised concerns that the event could lead to virus outbreaks among their members, who they say are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 because of an underfunded health care system and chronic health conditions.

"The president is putting our tribal members at risk to stage a photo op at one of our most sacred sites," said Harold Frazier, chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.

Some Native American groups used Trump's visit to protest the Mount Rushmore memorial itself, pointing out that the Black Hills were taken from the Lakota people.

More than 100 protesters, many Lakota, lined the road leading from Keystone to the monument holding signs and playing Lakota music in 95-degree heat. Some held their fists in the air as cars loaded with event attendees passed by. Others held signs that read "Protect SoDak's First People," "You Are On Stolen Land" and "Dismantle White Supremacy."

"The president needs to open his eyes. We're people, too, and it was our land first," said Hehakaho Waste, a spiritual elder with the Oglala Sioux tribe.

About 15 protesters were arrested after blocking a road and missing a police-imposed deadline to leave.

Several people who once oversaw fire danger at the national memorial had was a bad idea that could lead to a large wildfire. Fireworks were called off after 2009 because a mountain pine beetle infestation increased the fire risks.

Noem pushed to get the fireworks resumed soon after she was elected, and enlisted Trump's help. The president brushed aside fire concerns earlier this year, saying: "What can burn? It's stone."

Trump has presided over several large-crowd events — in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and at an Arizona megachurch — even as health officials warn against large gatherings and recommend face masks and social distancing. He plans a July Fourth celebration on the National Mall in Washington despite health concerns from D.C.'s mayor. Trump and Melania Trump plan to host events from the White House South Lawn and from the Ellipse.

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Associated Press writers Jill Colvin and Aamer Madhani in Washington and Todd Richmond in Madison, Wis., contributed to this report.
 

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This will lift your spirits a little...
Instructive, he went through all five stages of grief in 2 minutes

denial.
anger.
bargaining.
depression.
acceptance.
 

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Here's a clip from the protesters setting up the blockade with vans…

Protesters rushed Mount Rushmore in South Dakota and created a road block with vans

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In 2016, CNN Extolled the 'Majesty' of Mt. Rushmore...What Changed? (1 min 19 sec):


Published on Jul 4, 2020 by The Liberty Hound​
 

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This is a scary video. It should be used to encourage parents to home school their kids if they can. Parents can't do a worse job than what is being taught (or not taught) by our government schools.

Young Americans Know Nothing About The 4th of July (5 min 17 sec):​
Published on Jul 2, 2020 by CampusReform​
 

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Study: 9 In 10 Antifa Protesters Still Living In Mom’s Basement

(thought this was just a joke)



A new study shows that over 90 percent of the anti-fascist protestors in Europe are still living in their mother’s basement.



Heat Street reports that the study found that 92 percent of the protesters at these anti-fascist rallies that are believed to have committed violence still live with their parents. Heat Street also notes the following findings from the study:



84% are male

72% are aged 18-29

90% are single

34% are unemployed



These “Antifa” protesters have been behind the violent protests that occurred on the day of President Donald Trump’s inauguration and the riots that occurred in U.C. Berkeley when Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopolous was scheduled to speak. In fact, it seems that the violence didn’t start until the “Antifa” thugs appeared, according to International Business Times.



Per IBT, the “Antifa” movement began during the rise of fascism in the 1930s and has been on the rise recently since they perceive Trump as a fascist. Anifa New York City organizers described themselves as as a combination of “radical left-wing and anarchist politics, revulsion at racists, sexists, homophobes, anti-Semites, and Islamophobes, with the international anti-fascist culture of taking the streets and physically confronting the brownshirts of white supremacy, whoever they may be.”



They also essentially excused violence by stating, “If Trump tries to register Muslims and engage in mass deportations, a Change.org petition is not going to stop it.”



The notion that Trump will attempt a Muslim registry is fake news, and Trump has backed away from his previous support for mass deportations. But given that these “Antifa” protesters likely live in their mothers’ basements, it’s no surprise that they resort to violence over engaging in basic facts.



https://www.dailywire.com/news/study-9-10-antifa-protesters-still-living-moms-aaron-bandler
 

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This is a scary video. It should be used to encourage parents to home school their kids if they can. Parents can't do a worse job than what is being taught (or not taught) by our government schools.

Young Americans Know Nothing About The 4th of July (5 min 17 sec):​
Published on Jul 2, 2020 by CampusReform​
An entire generation was never taught anything in school except hate, inclusiveness, feelings and diversity. No civics, no history, no geography, no algebra, fractions, Home economics or woodworking, Just politics and racism. This is what common core looks like after 20 years folks! All the parents thought it was damned nice of the government to raise their children while they worked to buy that boat, the summer home and that second SUV.

No child left behind!
 

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In 2016, CNN Extolled the 'Majesty' of Mt. Rushmore...What Changed? (1 min 19 sec):


Published on Jul 4, 2020 by The Liberty Hound​
Does anyone watch the Communist News Network any more?
 

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It's force-fed to those unfortunates in airport and bus waiting areas - yes, and medical offices.

CNN actually pays to get put on there. As things are, it's a huge part of their "viewership."
It may be on in the doctors office and in airports. That doesn't mean most people there watch it. I see very few people watching the TV in airports. Most read, talk to each other or are on their electronic devices.
 

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It may be on in the doctors office and in airports. That doesn't mean most people there watch it. I see very few people watching the TV in airports. Most read, talk to each other or are on their electronic devices.
Which tells you how farked-up their business model is, and how their "ratings" are as fake as their Nooze.
 

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should have told the mob that Columbus was the patron Saint of EBT
 

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