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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Van kills 13 in Barcelona

Anyone remember the 2004 Madrid train bombings?

On the morning of 11 March 2004 – three days before Spain's general elections. Ten explosions occurred aboard four commuter trains. The explosions killed 192 people and injured around 2,000. It goes without saying Muslim dogs perpetrated the attack.

This is José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero. He was the Prime Minister and member of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party when the Madrid terror attack took place. This is him dressed in his normal attire.

This is the attire he wore right after the attack.

The manliest of men.
Proving once again... pitiful capitulation gets you nowhere.

He makes me wanna puke!


Blame Trump


Looks like Bolling is going the way of O'Reilly

Just In: Fox News Names Eric Bolling Replacement

Can’t believe he could be this stupid especially after constantly criticizing Weiner for doing the same thing. Not to mention he was making $10 mil a year from reports I read. Can divorce proceedings be far behind?

That said I have yet to see any concrete evidence he sent the photos like we did with Weiner.


From Conservative Fighters:

Fox News host Eric Bolling was suspended last week after he was accused of sending lewd photos of himself to his female colleagues.

Now, the network is reportedly in final talks with his replacement, and who it is may come as a surprise to you.

Daily Mail reported that conservative commentator Laura Ingraham is in final talks to host her own show on Fox News as a replacement for Bolling. Matt Drudge was the first to reveal this on Twitter on Monday.

“FALL PREVIEW: Laura Ingraham’s prime time to shine! After years in the trenches, much deserved,” Drudge wrote.

This comes after footage emerged of Bolling referring to Caroline Heldman, one of his accusers, as “Dr. McHottie” on his Fox News show.

Heldman said the harassment got worse after the interview.

“[Bolling] said he wanted to fly me out to New York for in-studio hits and to have ‘fun.’ He asked me to have meals with him on several occasions, but I found excuses not to go,” Heldman wrote in a lengthy Facebook post. “Once, he took me up to his office in New York, showed me his baseball jerseys, and in the brief time I was there, let me know that his office was his favorite place to have sex.”

“My only surprise is that it took this long for people to come forward about Bolling’s behavior, which has been wildly inappropriate for years,” Heldman continued.

This has come as bad news to Bolling’s fans, as many were hoping he would bounce back from this. With Ingraham preparing to replace him, however, it seems that Bolling’s days at Fox really are over. 


Oregon abortion law funds procedures for illegals

Oregon has passed the nation’s most progressive abortion bill, requiring state insurers to provide free abortions for all, including illegal immigrants.

Gov. Kate Brown, a Democrat, signed the historic health bill Tuesday, after the Legislature approved it in July. It would require Oregon insurance companies to cover reproductive procedures, all on the taxpayers' dime.

The $10.2 million bill takes effect immediately, allocating $500,000 for abortions for the estimated 22,873 women eligible under the Oregon health plan, the Washington Times reported. This will include abortions for immigrants who are otherwise ineligible under the state’s Medicaid program.

Opponents argued that the bill will force people who morally object to abortions to assume some of the costs. They also predicted that lawsuits will quickly follow, arguing that the new law violates the Weldon Amendment, a 2004 congressional provision that prohibits Health and Human Services funds for states that discriminate against health care providers that refuse to cover abortions, the Washington Times further reported.

Providence Health Care, a nonprofit Catholic health care provider that is also the only insurer operating in Oregon that does not cover abortions, will have its expenses reimbursed by the state.

Two other states, California and New York, also require state insurers to cover abortion.


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers and Stephen Colbert all slam Trump over his comments blaming 'both sides' for Charlottesville violence

No kidding what a surprise! If it wasn't for Trump I don't know what these one-track-mind leftist loser pricks could possibly talk about. Trump, Trump, Trump... They're about as boring and entertaining as a "My Pillow" commercial. And you can throw SNL into the mix. 

Let's face it. Trump could find a cure for cancer and they would mock him because he didn't cure the common cold. 

So tune in tonight, next week, or next month and take a wild guess as to what the monologue is going to be about. 

Let’s say someone on the Antifa (alt-left) mowed someone down on the alt-right.
Think the uproar would have seen the same?


Protesters topple confederate statue in Durham, NC

Proof there are two sides to every story. Since when is it okay for a liberal mob to take down and defile public (government) property? What do you think the blowback would be like if a mob in DC lassoed MLK around the neck brought it down and then stomped on it? 

"Durham County Sheriff Mike Andrews said Tuesday that his deputies were working to identify others involved in the incident and plan to pursue felony charges against them."

Really...I didn't see one cop in the video below. How does a swarm of this size mobilize and destroy property without the cops knowing about it? Bet they were told to stand down.

BTW...Anyone see the badgering Trump took from reporters at Trump Tower yesterday? You would have thought after 13 were killed at FT. Hood by an admitted terrorist it was Trump who dismissed it as "workplace violence". 


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A college student was arrested Tuesday for toppling a nearly century-old statue of a Confederate soldier Monday in North Carolina in front of a cheering crowd.

Takiya Thompson, 22, brought a ladder up to the statue and used a rope to pull down the Confederate Soldiers Monument that was dedicated in 1924, according to The Associated Press. A diverse crowd of dozens cheered as the statue of a soldier holding a rifle fell to the ground in front of an old courthouse building that now houses local government offices in Durham County.

Seconds after the monument fell, protesters began kicking the crumpled bronze monument.

“I’m tired of white supremacy keeping its foot on my neck and the necks of people who look like me,” Thompson said at a news conference. “That statue glorifies the conditions that oppressed people live in, and it had to go.”

Thompson, a student at historically black North Carolina Central University, faces vandalism misdemeanor and felony charges, including for property damage and participation in a riot, according to the Durham County Sheriff’s Office.

Durham County Sheriff Mike Andrews said Tuesday that his deputies were working to identify others involved in the incident and plan to pursue felony charges against them.

The Durham protest was in response to a white nationalist rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend, which lead to three deaths. Although the violence in Virginia has prompted fresh talk by government officials about bringing down symbols of the Confederacy around the South, North Carolina has a law protecting them, according to The Associated Press. The 2015 law prevents removing such monuments on public property without permission from state officials.

In response to the statue in Durham being torn down, Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper tweeted: “The racism and deadly violence in Charlottesville is unacceptable but there is a better way to remove these monuments.”


Monday, August 14, 2017

This guy had issues long before Charlottesville

Charlottesville Terrorist James Alex Fields, Mom Repeatedly Called 911 Over Violent Behavior

James Alex Fields was allegedly so threatening and violent his own mother repeatedly called 911 on him.

TMZ has obtained 911 records from a police agency in Kentucky from 2010 and 2011, when Fields was 13 and 14 years old.

In one incident, a friend of Fields' wheelchair-bound mom called 911, saying the boy was threatening his mother, spit in her face and stood behind her with a 12-inch knife. The mother wanted her son taken away and he was arrested and then detained as a juvenile.

In another incident the mother called 911, saying she told her son to stop playing video games and he exploded in anger, smacking her in the head and putting his hand over her mouth. She locked herself in the bathroom and called 911, telling the dispatcher he was on meds to control his anger.

In yet another incident, the mom called 911, saying Fields was being threatening toward her and she was scared.

Fields mowed down 20 people Saturday at the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, killing 1.

This photo is worth a thousand words. 
Believe me... it is.

 Certainly I'm on the opposite side of Neo-Nazis. My father fought against them in WWII. But I have to leave you with this thought. Through the years what party's constituents are known for violent demonstrations?

What goes unreported:

What's really sad is they are now blaming the cops for not controlling the situation instead of blaming the shrinks for not admitting Fields to a mental institution.


Went to my usual news sources today...

Nothing but wall to wall coverage on alt-right white supremacist stories as liberals continue their quest to erase history. Wonder when they’re going to raze that hateful Ft. Sumter where the first shot of the Civil War was fired? Maybe the ACLU should file a class action lawsuit to rewrite the history books and we can all pretend the Civil War never happened. We now live in a world where a statue of Robert E. Lee has to go but it’s perfectly acceptable to make a monument out of the gazebo where destined to be microbiologist Tamir Rice was shot and killed for waving a gun around which from ALL appearances was real. 

Cops don’t get the benefit of 20/20 hind site.

So we're left with... what’s next:

There were 18 presidents who owned slaves. Should we now disavow their presidency?


Sunday, August 13, 2017

North Korea warns Trump to 'talk and act properly,' says conflict is 'tragicomedy'

To prove he has a sense of humor Trump emailed Kim this picture and said he was sending his envoy Dennis Rodman to negotiate a surrender.

The war of words between the U.S. and North Korea continued on Saturday.

"If the Trump administration does not want the American empire to meet its tragic doom in its tenure, they had better talk and act properly," North Korea said in a statement distributed through state-run media.

Continuing to take aim at President Donald Trump's remarks, the statement says, "Of late, the president and other riff raff of the U.S. are trumpeting about 'military option' against the DPRK, claiming that they 'will not rule out a war.' Meanwhile, they introduce huge strategic nuclear assets into the Korean peninsula, staging reckless nuclear war games and rendering the regional situation extremely tense."

"The U.S. has done all sorts of wrongs to the DPRK, styling itself the 'only superpower' in the eyes of the world," the statement continues. "But now it finds itself in an ever worsening dilemma, being thrown into the grip of extreme security unrest by the DPRK. This is tragi-comedy of its own making."

The North Korean military is "capable of fighting any war the U.S. wants is now on the standby to launch fire into its mainland, waiting for an order of final attack," the rogue nation contends in its statement.

North Korea's statement follows the president's warning Friday to North Korea about its threats against the United States, saying of that country's leader Kim Jong Un, he "will not get away with what he's doing."

"If he utters one threat in the form of an overt threat -- which, by the way, he has been uttering for years, and his family has been uttering for years -- or if he does anything with respect to Guam or any place else that's an American territory or an American ally, he will truly regret it, and he will regret it fast," said Trump.

Speaking later on Friday, Trump reassured residents of the U.S. territory in the western Pacific. "I feel they will be very safe," he said. "Believe me, they will be very safe. And if anything happens to Guam, there's going to be big, big trouble in North Korea."

Trump has spent much of the first week of his 17-day-long working vacation sparring with the hostile Asian nation. His comment warning Kim against making further threats comes as North Korea claims to be preparing plans to attack the U.S. territory of Guam. One of its military leaders also called Trump "bereft of reason" and said he was "extremely getting on the nerves" of its armed forces.

"Only absolute force can work on him," said General Kim Rak Gyom, the commander of the North Korean military's Strategic Rocket Forces, of Trump, on Wednesday.

Trump has said America will respond to North Korean threats with "fire and fury," and, later, that the "fire and fury" rhetoric "wasn't tough enough."

But he refused to say Thursday whether he was considering any preemptive measures against North Korea.

On Friday, Trump indicated that he believed he was sending a clear message to North Korea.

"I hope that they are going to fully understand the gravity of what I said, and what I said is what I mean," said Trump, adding, "Those words are very, very easy to understand."

Also on Friday, Trump spoke with Chinese President Xi Jinping, and "affirmed that the recent adoption of a new United Nations Security Council resolution regarding North Korea was an important and necessary step toward achieving peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula," according to a readout of the conversation provided by the White House.

"President Trump and President Xi agreed North Korea must stop its provocative and escalatory behavior," the readout continued. "The Presidents also reiterated their mutual commitment to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."

And according to China Central Television, Xi said of the call, "At present, the relevant parties must maintain restraint and avoid words and deeds that would exacerbate the tension on the Korean Peninsula."

Trump additionally responded Friday to an Associated Press report that a U.S. official has been involved in back-channel diplomatic efforts with North Korea lasting several months.

"We don't want to talk about back channels," said Trump. "We want to talk about a country that has misbehaved for many, many years, decades, actually … we'll either be very, very successful, quickly, or we're going to be very, very successful in a different way, quickly."


The innuendo here is to try and pin this on Trump

'I thought it had something to do with Trump': Mother of white supremacist murder suspect reveals she told him to protest peacefully after he dropped his cat off to attend rally but claims she 'stays out of his political views'

That's all the mother had to say for the MSM to bounce on it. Trump like me probably didn't even know this event was taking place.


The mother of the man who allegedly plowed into a group of people protesting a white nationalist rally Saturday in Virginia said she knew her son was attending a rally - but she thought it was a rally for President Donald Trump, not for white nationalists. 

James Alex Fields Jr, 20, was arrested on Saturday and charged with second-degree murder after he allegedly killed a 32-year-old woman, who was crossing the street, when he rammed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of anti-fascists at a white nationalist rally. 

His mother, Samantha Bloom, said in an interview Saturday night: 'I just knew he was going to a rally. I mean, I try to stay out of his political views. You know, we don't, I don't really get too involved, I moved him out to his own apartment, so I'm watching his cat.'

Bloom was informed during the interview by an AP reporter that the rally was indeed organized by white nationalists. 'I thought it had something to do with Trump. 

Samantha Bloom (right), the mother of James Fields (left), 20, who is accused of killing a woman and injuring 19 others after plowing into a crowd of people in Virginia, said she told her son to rally 'peacefully'

Bloom (pictured), said in an interview Friday night: 'I just knew he was going to a rally. I mean, I try to stay out of his political views. You know, we don't, I don't really get too involved, I moved him out to his own apartment, so I'm watching his cat'

Horrifying video from the scene of the attack showed the silver muscle car speeding towards a group of fleeing anti-fascist protesters

In an interview with The Toledo Blade, Bloom said that her son texted her Friday to say he had dropped his cat off at her apartment so he could go to an 'alt-right' rally in Virginia.

'I told him to be careful,' Bloom said. '[And] if they're going to rally to make sure he's doing it peacefully.' 

She had returned from dinner Saturday evening unaware that her son was involved and had not yet been contacted by police.

He told her about the rally last week but didn't offer details about it. 'I thought it had something to do with Trump,' she said. 

Fields is being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail without bail

Bloom said she was surprised with the deadly outcome. 'Yeah, that he would run his car into a group of people for... I'm really not clear on...'

When pressed by the reporter about what Bloom was told by her son, it does appear that he had indicated it was an alt-right gathering.

'Like I said, I don't really talk to him about his political views,' she said. 'He just -- so I don't really understand what the rally was about or anything, so... I just know there was -- he did mention it was 'albright'?'

The reporter then interrupts her, asking, 'Alt-right?'

Bloom responds: 'Albright'

The reporter then corrects her, saying: 'No, alt-right. It's like alternative right.'

Bloom said she and her son had just moved to the Toledo area from the northern Kentucky city of Florence. She said that's where Fields grew up. She relocated to Ohio for work. 

Fields is being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. 

Photos that recently emerged showed Fields marching with a racist, right-wing group known as Vanguard America. 

The white supremacist group opposes multiculturalism and believes America is an exclusively white nation.

Vanguard America has released a statement claiming that Fields was not an official member. 

It said: 'The driver of the vehicle that hit counter protesters today was, in no way, a member of Vanguard America. All our members had been safely evacuated by the time of the incident. The shields seen do not denote membership, nor does the white shirt. The shields were freely handed out to anyone in attendance, All our members are safe and accounted for, with no arrests or charges.' 

Photos of Fields (far left with glasses) at the march showed him marching with racist right-wing group Vanguard America

Shortly after Fields was charged, the FBI and federal prosecutors announced a civil rights investigation, following Texas Sen Ted Cruz's call for the Justice Department to launch a 'domestic terrorism' probe into the deadly crash. 

The FBI's Richmond field office, the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division and US Attorney's Office for the Western District of Virginia said they have opened an investigation into the circumstances of the incident.

Video of the Dodge Challenger, which is registered to Fields, showed the driver accelerating into the crowd throwing bodies into the air as people scream before reversing at high speed.

The incident killed a 32-year-old woman, whose identity has not been released by authorities pending her family's notification. 

Witnesses his car (pictured) was traveling up to 40mph when it hit and reversed before ramming into the crowd again and speeding off with someone's shoe attached to its bumper

Fields was apprehended and arrested a few blocks away from the bloody scene.

According to the jail's superintendent, Martin Kumer, Fields was also booked on suspicion of malicious wounding, failure to stop for an accident involving a death, and hit and run. 

Kumer said Fields is being held without bail and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday.

The deadly crash came after violent clashes erupted as hundreds of white supremacists including armed militias marched into Charlottesville sparking violent confrontations with counter-protesters. 

Police cleared the scene with tear gas but the violence continued. Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said a total of 35 people had been treated for injuries, 14 of those were from individual engagements on the streets. 

Horrifying video from the scene of the attack showed the silver muscle car speeding towards a group of fleeing anti-fascist protesters.

Several residents gathered on Saturday night to hold a candlelight vigil for the woman who was tragically killed and the 19 others who were injured

Photos showed candles spread out near the scene where the woman was killed as the mourners joined hands in a circle

Another clip showed the vehicle ramming into the crowd at high speed and victims crying out in pain as they desperately sought medical help.

Witnesses said the car was traveling up to 40mph when it hit and reversed before ramming into the crowd again and speeding off with someone's shoe attached to its bumper. 

Virginia Gov Terry McAuliffe strongly condemned all of the so-called 'patriotic' white nationalists during a press conference Saturday evening.

'Go home. You are not wanted in this great commonwealth,' McAuliffe proclaimed. 'You are not patriots. You came here today to hurt people and that is not patriotic,' McAuliffe added. 

President Donald Trump admonished the day's tragic events, saying in a press conference: 'We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, violence, on many sides... The hate and division must stop, and must stop right now.'

Several residents gathered on Saturday night to hold a candlelight vigil for the woman who was tragically killed and the 19 others who were injured. 


Saturday, August 12, 2017

Rosie McMuffdiver...Why bother with the makeup?

We already know you're a pig.

Check this out:

Rosie O'Donnell Calls Kim Jong Un 'Sir.' Tells Him Trump Is A Moron

Wouldn't you like to see Rosie as an ISIS sex slave?
They would blow themselves up rather than boink her wiping them out in a week.

What life is in North Korea:

Wish she would move there. Heard they're not very fond of muff divers. 


Friday, August 11, 2017

Rush Limbaugh BLASTS Washington 'WIMPISM': "North Korea Is A ZIT On The BUTT OF A PIG!"

Great commentary!

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Chelsea Manning...the "fairy tail" continues

Wearing just a scarlet swimsuit and delicate necklace, the 29-year-old is seen in a Vogue photo shoot this month that is reminiscent of Caitlyn Jenner's famous Vanity Fair coming-out cover. 

After all, they do have a lot in common.


Wednesday, August 9, 2017

When Fake News Is Good


North Korean Déjà vu

I posted this before but bears repeating especially now.

Watch... in his own words. One minute of total bullshit. 

Should have been a learning experience right? So what did Barry do? 
Create the exact same "good deal" with Iran that Clinton did with North Korea. 

It makes no sense unless he has an interest in Iran attaining nukes. You would be a fool to believe otherwise!

There is no diplomatic solution with North Korea.
The only way we are going to derail their nuke program is with military force.


John McCain Criticizes Trump’s Hawkish Line on North Korea

Trump ramped up the rhetoric against North Korea Tuesday after multiple reports of military escalation from the rogue regime. Trump won a diplomatic coup Saturday when the U.N. voted unanimously to slap massive sanctions on North Korea — avoiding vetoes from Russia and China.

The Washington Post reported Tuesday that the country had developed miniaturized nuclear warheads for its missiles — with the potential to hit the U.S.

“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen,” Trump said.

McCain, being interviewed on Arizona radio station KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Mac & Gaydos, said he wasn’t surprised by the development in Pyongyang, but criticized Trump for his tough remarks.

“I take exception to the president’s comments because you got to be sure you can do what you say you’re going to do,” he said. “In other words the old ‘walk softly but carry a big stick’ — Teddy Roosevelt’s saying, which I think is something that should have applied — because all it’s going to do is bring us closer to some kind of serious confrontation.”

McCain also pointed to China as the key to solving the crisis, suggesting it would make a big difference if China were to clamp down on the rogue regime, and called on Trump to sit down with President Xi Jinping to get them to crack down on North Korea. 

But he also expressed confusion about what Trump was referring to when he spoke about “fire and fury.”

“I don’t know what he’s saying and I have long ago given up trying to interpret what he says,” he said, before adding that he believes that other great presidents wouldn’t have spoken in those terms.

“The great leaders I’ve seen, they don’t threaten unless they are ready to act and I’m not sure President Trump is ready to act,” he said.

“Maybe it’ll turn out alright, he’s the president I’m not, but I don’t think some of the great leaders I admired would have taken that same path,” he added.

I can see it now: