Tag Archives: BLM

Hillary is Simply Unbelievable

Hillary Clinton has made some amazingly hypocritical and clueless comments lately. Even for the typically far-from-self-aware Clinton, she’s outdone herself in exhibiting her hypocrisy and, especially, her myopia.

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Columbus Day Weekend

On Monday the United States celebrates Columbus Day, a national holiday. On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed in the New World.

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Former St. Louis City Officer Found Not Guilty

An update to the previous post: The verdict came down this morning on the case of Jason Stockley, a West Point graduate and Iraq war veteran:

Not guilty.

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Judge Told He’d Better Rule Correctly

Here’s a story that probably won’t receive much publicity in the mainstream media. It’s come to this now: A judge in St. Louis was “warned” by a group of clergy members that he’d better rule that white police officer Jason Stockley is guilty of murder, or else. Or else what? As yet another activist group, which included some of the same clergy members, threatened:

It’s going to look a lot like Ferguson. It’s going to be a hundred-plus days, three hundred-plus days of direct action.

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Now the Alt-Left Goes After Catholic Symbols

Alt-left domestic terrorists are now defacing statues of revered Catholic saints.

The war on statues spread to Catholic saints this weekend while a judge in Georgia lost his job because he criticized the monument vandals.

Vandals spray-painted a statue of Junipero Serra at a Los Angeles park across the street from Mission San Fernando on Thursday. A photo of the vandalized statue has gone viral.

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Cultural Genocide and the Alt-Left

Photo from this link.

The quote speaks for itself and explains what’s happening today, as the alt-left seeks to destroy the culture and history of the USA, as demanded by this alt-left advocate, among many others:

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Domestic Terrorism in Charlottesville?

Yesterday a young woman in Charlottesville, VA,  lost her life while “walking across the street,” during a “protest” or maybe it was a “counter-protest.” May she rest in peace. Sincere condolences to her family. We pray for them all. May they find justice. True justice, which means the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

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