Washington Post and Squad Democrats to hold memorial service for stern Muslim religious leader and scholar al-Baghdadi
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 11, 2019
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Washington Post will join congressional Democrats, including Rep. Ilhan Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), in honoring slain religious scholar Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi at a memorial service. On Oct. 27, 2019, U.S. President Trump announced the death of al-Baghdadi, when he said the leader "died like a dog, he died like a coward. He was whimpering, screaming, and crying."
As news outlets learned about the terrorist leader’s death, the Washington Post published an obituary that labeled Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi an “austere religious scholar:” Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar, at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 10, 2019
PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA - Hunter Biden will be the keynote speaker at the 28th World Gas Conference to be held in Pyongyang, North Korea in 2021.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, was appointed to the board of Whoisma, a Ukrainian a group of energy exploration and production companies in 2014.
Owens says education system supported by Democrats resembles racist South when they were not allowed to read
Candace Owens said the education system supported and enabled by Democrats resembles the white supremacist South in the early 19th century when slaves were prohibited from reading. She made the accusations at a House Subcommittee hearing on white supremacy or nationalism, but instead of following the script, she accused Rep. Jamie Raskin and Democrats like him of pandering to blacks every four years.
Candace Owens tears into Democrat Rep. Jamie Raskin, saying Democrats ignore serious problems in black communities and just want their vote
Candace Owens ripped into Rep. Jamie Raskin’s hearing on White Supremacy, saying it was the Democrat model for stoking fear and racist thinking every four years so that they continue to vote for Democrats.
For Owens, the problem with the hearing itself is that significant problems that black Americans endure are ignored by Democrats. She said it’s a tactic being used by the Democrat Party to scare blacks into voting for a political party that has used and pandered to them, while ignoring real problems in black communities.
Although Gaffigan is a Catholic and considered a Christian, at least by his Catholic priest in New York City, where he lives, he did not seem to know why hospitals are named after Mr. Sinai or for Jesus’ apostles.
Instead, he made fun of the names during his "Noble Ape" standup special:
“My wife had the surgery at a hospital named Mt. Sinai. I’ve noticed that a lot of hospitals are either named after (Christian) saints or ancient places in Israel, which is not that reassuring, when you think about it. It’s like, ‘Hi, welcome to our hospital, we’re all about science, which is why our building is named after the place where God talked to Moses as a burning bush. Over hear’s our Casper the Ghost wing, next to our astrology center. Do you like UFOs? We love those. We’re all about science.”
Pres. Trump chastizes Iran and Venezuela, condemns promoters of illegal immigration during UN speech
Pres. Donald Trump blasted Iranian and Venezuelan leaders during a 40-minute speech at the United Nations General Assembly Thursday in New York City. While Iranian leaders sat stone faced, a young Venezuelan representative attempted to look busy and distracted while holding a book. China was also in the president's crosshairs, as he recounted a history of their taking advantage of the World Trade Organization and American businesses. He accused China of stealing technology for making computer chips from Micron, then shutting out Micron from selling semiconductors there.
Rep. Devin Nunes launched yet another blistering attack on the integrity of the latest Democrat led investigation into what by all accounts turns out to be a completely legal conversation between Pres. Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Initial reports claimed there was a quid pro quo between Trump and Zelensky. Although that proved to be false, it did not stop Democrats from claiming the conversation violated some kind of law, o was in some way corrupt.
Former Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski shared the story of his meteoric rise from congressional staffer, to peace officer, to campaign manager for the future president of the United States, Pres. Donald J. Trump during testimony at a House Oversight committee hearing. The hearing was either combative or encouraging, depending on whether the congressman asking the questions was Democrat or Republican.
Heather Mac Donald disrupted the normal black victimhood mantra normally presented at congressional hearings, like the one Wednesday during the House Oversight Committee on Policing Practices. The norm is too hear multiple stories about how police are the reason why blacks live in sub standard and often inhumane conditions, that blacks in the inner city are afraid of police, that they have to warn their children about how to talk to police so as not to make them angry.
During Corey Lewandowski's testimony before the House Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday, Rep. Shirley Jackson Lee objected to being referred to, along with her Democrat colleagues, as useful idiots by Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado.
Buck started his five minutes by referring to an Alliance for Securing Democracy report, which indicates that Russia interfered with elections in more than a dozen countries, including Belarus, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine, and the United States. But he went further, suggesting that Democrats, by holding the hearing, are playing into the hands of Russia in their efforts to undermine American interests.
Felicity Huffman decided to live out her husband, William H. Macy's character on "Shameless," by paying an admissions consultant $15,000 to have a proctor correct her older daughter's answers on the SAT. She considered taking the same shameless action for her younger daughter, but decided against it.
Macy has played a starring role in the series that depicts the poor, dysfunctional family of Frank Gallagher, a single father raising six children. He spends his days drunk or in search of misadventures, and his children learn to take care of themselves. Trouble is, in real life, Macy or his wife are not supposed to take actions that might land them in jail. That's for other people, who don't have a sense of shame.
The New York Times to offer TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) inoculations at their New York headquarters
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 31, 2019:
NEW YORK CITY - The New York Times will offer TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) inoculation shots at their office on Eighth Avenue in New York City to help people who are infected with an irrational and inordinate hatred of Pres. Donald Trump. The NYT was chosen a a site for the inoculations because of the anti-Trump fever and emotional entanglement with his words and actions at the newspaper.
After more restrictive abortion laws have been approved in six states, including Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and Missouri, the New York Times sent a reporter to Missouri to talk to the people who may be most affected by the restrictions: black pastors and black women.
Black communities are more affected for the simple fact that black women have a disproportionately higher percentage of abortions. The rate of abortions has dropped over the last 15 years among all racial groups. But black women continue to have the highest abortion rate at 27.1 per 1,000 women compared with 10 per 1,000 for white women, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. That means black women have two and a half times as many abortions as do white women.
Gov. Bill Weld plans to foil Trump’s reelection with liberal policies, if April Ryan will excuse his French
Pro choice Gov. Bill Weld plans to foil the future of Pres. Trump by presenting a liberal agenda that includes completely rebuilding one of the severely undeveloped countries, like Haiti. The same day as the Mueller hearing, July 24, nine Democrat candidates and liberal Republican candidate Bill Weld introduced themselves to the majority black audience at the NAACP convention in Detroit, MI.
Though he is a Republican in name only, he still spoke last, because after all, the black people in the audience are supposed to vote Democrat, not Republican.
Reading an account of a New Yorker reporter sidling along side the junior senator from California, one can learn a plethora of minutia that is irrelevant to most Americans.
A reporter with the galant news magazine, Dana Goodyear, spent some time with her recently, gleaning some quite important information, like the fact that tapped the glass of a bakery case in the Blue Bottle coffee shop in Beverly Hills. Amazing. Even more amazing was the fact that no one noticed. It's in the July 22 issue of The New Yorker.
Among the moments of Robert Mueller’s House Intelligence committee hearing testimony that were baffling for him, perhaps the most baffling was the task of understanding why it was unusual to even use the word exonerate in his own report on Russian collusion.
Mueller testified before two committees July 25. It was at the later committee that Rep. John Ratcliffe asked Mueller about why he used the word exonerate when it is never used in any judicial proceeding where an individual is charged.
Ratcliffe essentially trapped Mueller, since the director claimed that operated under, was guided by Justice Department procedures and principles. It wasn't.
Rep Devin Nunes ridiculed House Democrats at the House Intelligence Committee hearing, the afternoon of July 25 wondering out loud if they will ever find the fictitious Loch Ness monster as they continue their political theater. It was a wonderful sight to behold. The loquacious Rep. Adam Schiff and all of his acolytes, the righteous Democrat, being forced to listen to a public takedown, a verbal lashing.
If they were gasping for air before Nunes started his address, they were in need of a defibrillator after he finished. The best part is that they could not respond to his accusations. They were focused on tricking Robert Mueller into quoting damning evidence from his own report. The plan backfired however, because Mueller failed to perform the task ascribed to him. He was missing in action.
When people, in this case, representatives and media types - liberal reporters and columnists don’t like what Rep. Devin. Nunes says, they don’t dispute the facts that he shares, they attack the messenger. During the Intelligence Committee hearing July 25, Nunes mocked the Democrat insistence to bring Robert Mueller to the committee, describing it as the last gasp before it dies a necessary death, or as a futile search for the Loch Ness monster.
We all know the story of the intolerant, poor, uneducated white man in “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Trouble is, if it the movie were made today, a black congresswomen representing Los Angeles would be the best fit for the role of Bob Ewell, even if she is black.
Waters has taken the mantle of intolerance and run with it, to the point that much of what has occurred since her public encouragement to act the part of Ewell and attack conservatives, Republicans, could easily be attributed to her. This is not supposed to be what Democrats and people like her are supposed to be about. They are supposed to be living out the tolerant, freedom loving dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who had to fight for the right to appear publicly.
Marianne Williamson self-actualizes abortion rights for women at the Planned Parenthood Presidential Candidate Forum
Women at the Planned Parenthood Presidential Form were probably not ready for the spiritual guidance of Marianne Williamson, a self-professed self-help guru.
Kelly Robinson, Planned Parenthood Action Fund executive director, said she was a spiritual person. In the end, she was happy with the self-actualizing spiritual beliefs of Willliamson, mostly because they allow women to get as many abortions as they want, as long as it makes them happy. Women need to live self-actualized lives, even if it means the killing of human life.
Triggered Hollywood celebrities clear up Mueller report for the good of the country (people who are not as smart as celebrities)
We Americans are so fortunate to have actors who are willing to clear up the Mueller report and tell all of us common folk what we, Robert Mueller and Attorney General Bill Barr, missed in the endeavor to investigate Pres. Donald Trump and implicate him, charge him with him with high crimes, and remove him from office. Not only are they sometimes great actors (and one well known author), in real life they are also attorneys, investigators, and news reporters.
So devoted are they to our democracy, that they even produced a video, put it on Youtube for all of us to watch.
Oberlin administrators to hand out NoDoz pills to black students so they can stay “woke” to white privilege rules and culture
June 17, 2019
38 E. College St.
Oberlin, OH 44074
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OBERLIN, OH - Oberlin College administrators to hand out NoDoz pills to black students so they can stay “woke” to white privilege rules and culture.
Oberlin College vice president and general counsel, Donica Thomas Varner and two other school officials, one black, president Carmen Twillie Ambar and one white, interim vice president and dean of students Meredith Raimondo, will be handing out NoDoz pills to black students at the university as a symbol of how they should stay “woke.”
June 17, 2019
Webster Central School District
119 South Avenue
Webster, NY 14580
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WEBSTER, N.Y. - Black rapper Lil Uzi Vert is scheduled to speak at an upcoming Families of Color meeting at Webster Schroeder High School in Webster, NY. Vert is a successful black rapper who is known (at Webster Schroeder High School) for the song, “You Was Right.”
One of the great tragedies of journalism is that New York Times, Washington Post and other liberal reporters and broadcast outlets were banned from traveling to Chicago to write or produce in depth news articles, etc., on Barach Obama while he was running for president of the United States.
Dozens of sources who knew intimately of Obama's time as a parishioner at Rev. Jeremiah Wright's church and his life in South Chicago were conveniently ignored. Donald Trump the candidate and president? Well that's fair game.
Webster Central School District administrators get a wake up call from the racially insensitive black rapper culture
Inside Webster Central School District there are students, teachers, administrators who are compassionately connected, joyfully engaged, always learning, unless they are singing offensive rap songs. This means that outside of the district, meaning when graduating students are riding in limousines, they may not be expressing so much compassion and joy.
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