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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Michael Moore calls for inauguration 'disruption'

Moore feeling pretty
Leftist fatman Michael Moore wants his fellow sore losers to protest the President-elect's inauguration on January 20th. It might end up being quite interesting if ISIS terrorists show up as well. The Islamic terror group promised they'll try.

"Disrupt the Inauguration. The Majority have spoken--by nearly 2.7 million votes &counting! Silence is not an option" tweeted the fat man whose farts can shatter fluted wine glasses.

The "Lord of Lard" filmmaker shared a link to the website for DisruptJ20, a campaign for "a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 1917."

"We call on all people of good conscience to join in disrupting the ceremonies. If Trump is to be inaugurated at all, let it happen behind closed doors, showing the true face of the security state Trump will preside over. It must be made clear to the whole world that the vast majority of people in the United States do not support his presidency or consent to his rule," the website stated.

Like ISIS asking for terrorists to kill people "wherever you are," the DisruptJ20 is also asking peple to protest on "the streets wherever you are." 

These anarchists also call for worldwide action, saying "Our allegiance is not to 'making America great again,' but to all of humanity and the planet. #DisruptJ20."

If you think about their words, they really don't like the United States of America. 

These social justice activists see us as the world's problem. These are the same people who arrogantly think their recycling plastic garbage bags is going to keep Mother Nature in check, keep the icebergs from melting and save the planet. 

They are idiots who blame us for Islamist terrorism and they hate order and authority.



Manhunt on after 1 Georgia cop killed, 1 seriously injured in shooting

Americus, GA -- Yet another police officer was shot and killed and another seriously wounded, causing in a lockdown at Georgia Southwestern State College. 

The alleged shooter was identified by the Albany Police Department as Minguell Kennedy Lembrick, 32, and he is said to be armed and dangerous.

Americus Police Chief Mark Scott did not name the two officers involved but said "There are no words to express the pain and sorrow."

The dead officer was from the Americus Police Department and the other from Georgia Southwestern State University. That officer is now on a Life Flight to a Macon hospital about 75 miles from the scene. Both officers suffered head wounds.

The shooting occurred around 9:30 a.m. at the Country Club Estates apartments in the vicinity of Georgia Southwestern State College. The Americus cop went to the complex on a domestic disturbance call while the GSW officer arrived as backup, Scott told local news WGXA.

"A shooting has taken place off campus near the south side of the Griffin Bell Golf Course," a GSW statement said. "Students, faculty and staff should remain in their present location until further notice."

The notice advise those on lockdown to secure doors and windows, shut off lights and move away from doors.

No students were injured.

Black Lives Matter was not available for comment.


Report: Welcome to our biggest terror threat since 911

House Homeland Security Committee's December Terror Threat Snapshot just released states that we now face our highest terror threat from Muslim terrorists since 9/11. Much of the problem comes from Islamists who are radicalized at home.

Moreover, the threat will persist throughout the coming year both here and in Europe.

"Make no mistake; we face a deadlier threat than ever before, not only because our enemies have gotten savvier, but because we took the pressure off them," House Homeland Security Chairman Mike McCaul (R. Tx) said in the report. 

"For eight years, the Obama Administration reluctantly played global whack-a-mole with terrorists rather than leaning into the fight with decisive leadership," he added.

The report discusses how ISIS changed its message from joining the jihad in Syria and Iraq to carrying out attacks in the jihadist's homeland, and says that it's likely the at-home radicalization is probably going to increase. Also, porous borders and refugee programs are being used by terrorists.

In addition, the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) says that people with terrorist ties in Syria are attempting to enter the US through our refugee program, which has already resettled 13,000 Syrians across the country this year.

Law enforcement and intelligence officials say that we lack reliable and credible intelligence to properly screen and vet potential Syrian refugees, and the diligent vetting of all refugee populations.

The report cited the Ohio State University attack last week that injured 11 and killed the attacker as an example. 

"The attack last week at Ohio State University is further proof that our homeland remains in the crosshairs of Islamist terrorists," McCaul said. "Groups like ISIS are radicalizing new operatives from within our borders and just last week, their new spokesman called for more inspired attacks by supporters 'all over the world'."

Artan, the attacker, was a legal U.S. resident, the same as Mohamed Rafik Naji, 37, from New York who was arrested for trying to join ISIS and expressing his support for an ISIS attack like the one in Nice last summer. And there are more to cite, but you get the point.

Then there's Gitmo. 

This year, Obama's administratin transferred 48 jihadists from Guantanamo Bay and according to James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, at least 30% of these jihadists are known, or suspected, to have returned to their religious jihad of terrorism after their release. As of this month, 59 scumcrumpets remain in Gitmo.

McCaul summarizes the problem by acknowledging how Trump will inherit a "generational struggle that has only gotten longer." He ended by saying, "But rest assured, we will work closely with them to turn the table on these fanatics."

He actually meant 'religiously orthodox Muslims.'



Textbook pulled saying some slaves treated like family

Norwalk, CT. -- According to a social studies textbook, some Connecticut slaves were treated like family, not possessions. 

The text is titled: "The Connecticut Adventure."

Depicting white people as compassionate to slaves was too much for public school officials to tolerate and the text was pulled from the classrooms after a parent raised concerns about its depiction of slavery. 

The book by John W. Ifkovic was published in 2001. In one chapter on slavery in Connecticut it states: "Compared to other colonies, Connecticut did not have many slaves. Some people owned one or two slaves. They often cared for and protected them like members of the family. They taught them to be Christian, and sometimes to read and write."

How dare Ifkovic state such facts! 

District spokesliberal, Brenda Wilcox Williams, said the book had been used for several years at 10 of the 12 Norwalk schools. The concerns about the factual content were brought to the attention of district liberal officials November 29th and bam! within a week it was pulled. 

"When it wqas brought to our attention it was pretty clear it wasn't consistent with our core beliefs and values," Williams said, referring to their values that feelings trumps facts and Hillary trumps Trump every time. "We felt it was important to respond quickly as a result of that."

Imagine how horrible it is for liberals to believe that slave owners were simply products of their time and could actually be decent people to their slaves.

Slavery is wrong. Totally wrong. It was a horrible time in our history and should never be repeated, although we still do business with countries, like Saudi Arabia and other Islamic nations, where slavery is practiced. 

But if the text is accurately depicting the facts, that many Connecticut slave owners weren't horrible human beings and actually treated slaves somewhat like family, then it should be stated--in spite of how it goes against the liberal agenda.




Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Sore losers look to undermine the electoral system

Sore losers like Jill Stein and other anti-Trumpers are pushing as hard as their sad losing bodies can push to invalidate his election with the Electoral College. Ironically, many of them didn't get their sore loser bodies to the polls to actually vote, but that doesn't stop them from trying to undermine the fabric of our electoral system.

Those who actually chose the President-elect, will meet on December 19th to make the results of the 2016 election official. As it stands, Trump won 306 electoral votes (needing 270 to win) and Hillary begrudgingly conceded the election, spoiling her fireworks party plans for Election Day night.

Hillary urged a smooth transition of power, as is the tradition, but a group of electors from Colorado and Washington known as the "Hamilton Electors" is trying to persuade other electors to go against their constituents in their districts, and take the election away from Trump and hand it to Clinton. 

That should start a nice, smooth transition of power--after the smoke clears.

On Monday, Chris Suprun, from Texas, was convinced to act unilaterally in spite of those in the majority in his district who voted for Trump.

Suprun said "I am here to elect a president, not a king," but he is acting as like an autocrat and apparently doesn't understand the difference between a democracy and a republic form of government. 

In fact, he lied when at first he said he'd support Trump.

In order for anti-Trump electors to have their way, they would need 37 electors to switch their vote or abstain. This would then throw the vote on the House and they would select the president.

If this happens, and Trump is no longer our next POTUS, celebrities who have moved out of the United States will likely return . . . all none of them.

Most states bind their electors to the state's popular vote, although Texas doesn't, so this should not be a problem for Trump.

According to Politico, Democratic electors are backing Ohio Governor John "Karate Chop" Kasich who ran an annoying campaign for president.

Suprun said he "would have to strongly consider someone like Kasich who has both executive and legislative experience bringing people together." 

Kasich tweeted that he isn't a candidate and urged electors not to vote for him. He'll have no problem from me.

I think it's about time for the nation to get over it--Trump won and he is who the republic voted for.

Pro-life group scares snowflakes

Strathclyde Life Action, a pro-life, anti-abortion group based at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, was prohibited from becoming a university society by the students' union because it would violate the university's safe space policy for students scared of opinions that differ from their own.

The Students' Ass. said they banned the group pre-emptively because they believe the group will "harass students" causing them great distress, indigestion, the willies and incontinence.

Poor little kitty cats.

A statement said that "This in turn violates their safe space."

Members of the banned group told Heat Street that proscribing them proves the university has no respect for free speech.

Well, yeah! No big surprise here.

Student officials in this so-called school weren't even able to term the abortion debate a 'women's issue' -- they called it "those with uteruses on campus".  

Seriously.

I wonder when the USA will elect a uterus for president. 

Ellison's problems complicate his DNC future

Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) is a far left, Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan devotee, and a frontrunner to take over the Democratic National Committee. He is the first Muslim and to be elected to the House, but he is not the first anti-Semite, which makes him a perfect choice for the DNC position.

Now Ellison is facing serious questions not only about his sordid past but whether he can lead the DNC effectively without giving up his House seat.

Former DNC chairman "Screamin' Howard" Dean, is leading the call for a full-time leader and for Ellison to step down from the House if he gets the job. Dean ended his bid for the job and now wants to call the shots about the job. Interesting.

Dean who is a batcrap crazy 68 and a Hillary Clinton supporter, said that he dropped the DNC bid because the party needed a younger face and didn't want to get involved in an "ideological fight" between the party's establishment and anti-Semitic, more progressive wings. He believes that the job as DNC leader can only be done as a full-time commitment. 


Merkel wants to ban the burqa: too little, too late

In a last-ditch effort to win re-election, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for a ban on the Muslim burqa wherever "legally possible," adding that the full Islamic veil is "not appropriate" in Germany. 

Merkel made the statement at a Christian Democratic Union (CDU) conference and received a big round of applause for her 180 degree flip. She stressed her determination to ensure that there will be no repeat of last year's migrant inundation [that she is totally responsible for] because she will do anything and say anything to remain in power.

Germany received about 900,000 asylum-seekers last year (that were documented) and a slew of them came into Germany after she allowed the flow of those stuck in Hungary to enter in September 2015.

Merkel's approach to the migrant situation has provoked discord within the CDU, and state election results reflect the reason why she is so unpopular.

"A situation like the one in the late summer of 2015 cannot, should not and must not be reepeated," she told her party delegates. "That was and is our, and my, declared political aim."

Any German countrymen who believe her deserves what they get.

Merkel is too little too late in the immigration crisis.