My favorite political memes!   

Here is my first collection of my favorite political memes!

“Meme” is pronounced [MEEM], and rhymes with “seem,” if you’re not familiar with the term.

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A “meme” is a humorous image that is copied and enhanced (often with the addition of a message, joke, or saying) and spread rapidly by Internet users.

So, without any further adieu…, bring on the memes!

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Enjoy.

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I hope you enjoyed my inaugural collection of political memes!

If you haven’t already seen them, please check out my previous editions of funny and favorite memes!

 

“A day without laughter is a day wasted.” –  Charlie Chaplin

 

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Sally Yates…, are you kidding me?!

On night two of the democrat national “convention,” which no one is watching apparently, Sally Yates was chosen to speak for roughly three minutes.

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This is the Sally Yates who was the Deputy Attorney General under President Obama, and the Acting Attorney General at the very beginning of the Trump administration.

She started off by saying, “I worked to advance our nation’s promise of equal justice.”

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[You may have “worked” at this, Sally…, but you didn’t work very hard or very effectively…, at least from my point of view.]

[“Equal justice” under the law is really only a mythical concept to most Americans at this point.  We haven’t seen equal justice applied to the Washington crowd for decades.]

[She was fired 10 days into the Trump administration for refusing to enforce] “President Trump’s shameful and unlawful Muslim travel ban.”

[Which was later upheld by the Supreme Court as being legal…, so, not really “unlawful” now was it, Sally?]

[You’re allowed to consider the ban “shameful,” because that’s a matter of opinion…, but for someone who rose all the way up to Attorney General of The United States of America to call something “unlawful” when it’s not is what’s really shameful and disingenuous.]

“This was the start of his relentless attacks on our democratic institutions and countless dedicated public servants.”

[Excuse me!  “His relentless attacks?!]

[From day one, and even before that, President Trump has been the subject of a coordinated attack by democrats, by deep state officials in the FBI, the DOJ, the CIA, and many other governmental departments, and by the fake news, liberal propaganda, mainstream media.]

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[These attacks took the shape of “Russian collusion” claims, which evolved into the Mueller investigation, which lasted two years, and then the baseless impeachment sham.]

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“Like me, these people didn’t swear an oath to a person or a party.  Public servants promised to defend our Constitution and uphold our laws, and work on behalf of the American people.”

[The oath she and all of her fellow public servants took was this:]

[I, ___, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter.  So help me God.]

[Based on this oath, it has become quite clear that you, Ms. Yates, and many of your “swampy” co-conspirators, failed to live up to your oaths. Your actions flew in the face of The Constitution of The United States, and your behavior was nothing short of treasonous.]

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“From the moment President trump took office, he’s used his position to benefit himself rather than our country. He’s trampled on the rule of law, trying to weaponize our Justice Department to attack his enemies and protect his friends.”

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[Excuse me…, again!]

[“Trampled the rule of law?!]

[“Weaponizing our Justice Department?!]

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[Are you seriously going to stand there and let these words come out of your lying mouth, Ms. Yates, knowing what we know now about President Obama’s efforts to spy on the Trump campaign, and then the Trump administration, while attempting to overturn the election with your and your co-conspirators’ treasonous “insurance policy?”]

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“Rather than standing up to Vladimir Putin, he fawns over a dictator who is still trying to interfere with our elections.”

[Lie, after lie, after shameless lie.]

[You really are quite pathetic, Ms. Yates.]

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[What do you call “standing up to Vladimir Putin?”]

[Do you call it “standing up” like when President Obama was caught on a hot mic apologizing to then Russian President Dmitry Medvedev by whispering, “after my election I’ll have more flexibility,” regarding missile defense negotiations.  Medvedev replied that he would “transmit this information to Vladimir,” as in Putin, the current president who was prime minister at the time.”]

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[Do you call it “standing up to Vladimir Putin” as in the Obama Administration’s controversial 2010 deal that gave Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium?]

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[Is that what you call “standing up to Vladimir Putin, Ms. Yates?]

[Or, how about the Obama administration (which includes you, Ms. Yates, and the FBI, and the DOJ) having knowledge of Russian interference into the 2016 election, but failing to alert the Trump campaign of this, and failing to do anything about this interference, really, other than attempt to use the whole scenario to falsely entrap President Trump into the fairy tale of “Russian collusion.”]

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[Is that what you call “standing up to Vladimir Putin, Ms. Yates?]

“His constant attacks on the FBI, the free press, Inspector Generals, federal judges…, they all have one purpose…, to remove any check on his abuse of power…, bankrupting our nation’s moral authority at home and abroad.”

[I’m sorry, Ms. Yates, but I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.]

[You obviously have NO shame.]

[And, “the free press?!  Are you referring to the propaganda arm of the democrat party?]

[And there is obviously nothing you wouldn’t say to help you and all of your disgustingly “swampy” friends get back to being in control.]

“Our country doesn’t belong to him…, it belongs to us, and Joe Biden embraces that.”

[And by “us” you mean the democrats and the deep state, right, Ms. Yates?]

“We need a president who respects our laws.”

[We already have a president who respects our laws, Ms. Yates!]

[President Trump is ALL about law and order.]

[What you really want is a president who respects your laws, not THE law.  You want a president who respects the unwritten laws of “the swamp…,” a president who will look the other way and make sure that “justice” is imparted according to “the swamp’s” desires, and not in accordance with equal, or fair, justice.

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When I see a Joe Biden yard sign…

When I see a Biden for president yard sign, I see a sign that says its owner is an idiot.

I’m really quite embarrassed for that person, or family…, I really am.

And if they’re not an idiot, then they’re a pursoseful anti-American.

When you advertise your support for Joe Biden with a yard sign, what are you really saying to everyone else?

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You’re saying you support a doddering old fool, who is incapable of thinking and speaking on his feet without a teleprompter.

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You’re saying you support a man who has been in government for 50 years, who has accomplished very little in all of those years, who has been on the wrong side of almost every foreign policy issue, yet he blames the current president, who has been in office for only 3½ years for all of our problems.

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But that’s just the beginning…, there’s more…, much more.

You’re saying you support lawlessness, riots, and the looting and burning of our cities.

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You’re saying you support the ANTIFA fascists and their communist tactics.

You’re saying you support the Black Lives Matter organization and their Marxist, anti-American intentions.

You’re saying you support the propagandizing of our news media, and the censoring of conservative speech, or any speech that does not agree with the liberal narrative.

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You’re saying you support the defunding of the police across our nation, obviously making us less safe.

You’re saying you support giving up our 2nd amendment rights, regarding gun ownership.

You’re saying you support the “Green New Deal,” which would handcuff our economy, and set us back a hundred years energy-wise, industry-wise, transportation-wise, and any other “wise” you can think of.

You’re saying you support open borders to our country.

You’re saying you support granting amnesty and citizenship to anyone who manages to stumble into our country, no questions asked.

You’re saying you support unfettered drug trafficking, child trafficking, and gang trafficking across our borders.

You’re saying you support free college tuition, free healthcare, and free food and housing benefits, whether you’re a legal citizen or not.

You’re saying you support the shipment of American jobs to foreign countries.

You’re saying you support our country “bending over” to foreign governments, terrorists, and anti-American sentiment around the world.

You’re saying you’re willing to ignore Biden’s racist past and racist present.

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You’re saying you’re willing to ignore the claims of Biden’s sexual misconduct (while a United States Senator).

You’re saying you’re willing to ignore Biden’s corrupt behavior with the Chinese government and his dealings with Ukraine.

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You’re saying you’re willing to ignore Biden’s role in the biggest scandal in American political history, regarding the spying on the Trump campaign and later the Trump administration.

Like I said…, YOU’RE SAYING YOU’RE AN IDIOT!

Not only that, but you’re saying I hate our country, and I’m willing to do everything I can to ruin it.

The Communist Party in American has already endorsed Joe Biden!

Why don’t you just put up a sign that reads, “I’M AN IDIOT, I HATE AMERICA, VOTE BIDEN!”

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It’s all just a part of the plan.

“The plan?”

What “plan?”

It’s a plan that was laid-out by a guy named Saul Alinsky, who’s books,   “Reveille for Radicals,” published in 1946, and “Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals,” published in 1971, which provided a rod map to implementing an environment that would lead to a unrest, a dependence on government, and eventually a socialist and/or a communist system.

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What a peach, huh?

He really was quite a despicable individual.

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An individual who has been referred to as Hillary Clinton’s mentor, and an individual whose tactics were the basis for a college course taught by then professor Barrack Hussein Obama.

Interesting, huh?

I’d say…, very interesting.

These are also facts that these two held close to the vest, as they pretended to lean to the liberal side of things while really wanting the best for America and Americans, which really wasn’t the case.

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You can read these books for yourselves.

You don’t have to take it from me.

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But, in the meantime, let me basically lay this whole philosophy out for you.

Here are Alinsky’s eight rules for creating a socialistic state, as summarized and submitted by Garret Geer for the Miller County (Georgia) Liberal newspaper:

Healthcare.  If you can control healthcare, you control the people.

Poverty.  Increase the poverty level as high as possible.  Poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you’re providing everything for them to live.

Debt.  Increase the debt to an unsustainable level.  In this way you able to continually increase taxes, thus create more poverty.

Gun control.  Remove the ability of the people to defend themselves.

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Government assistance.  Take control of every aspect of their lives…, food, housing, income, etc.

Education. Take control of what people read and listen to, and take control of student learn in school.

Religion.  Remove the belief in God in government and from schools.

Class warfare. Divide the people into the wealth and the poor. This will cause more discontent, making it easier to take money from the wealthy to support the poor.

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Yes…, this “plan” is real.

Geer continues by asking, “Does any of this sound like what is happening to The United States?”

“Alinsky has merely simplified Vladimir Lenin’s original scheme for world conquest by communism. Stalin described his converts as ‘useful idiots.’ The ‘useful idiots’ have destroyed every nation in which they have seized power and control. It is presently happening at an alarming rate in The U.S.”

‘“It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.’”

Yes my friends…, the desire for control and power has driven evil people to do evil things since the beginning of time.

Alinsky even dedicated his second book to Lucifer!  Yes, “that” Lucifer.

Hopefully Alinsky is enjoying his time in hell right now…, a “hell” he hoped to help make a reality for us all.

There are shadowy, evil, people who would like nothing more than to see this beautiful experiment of free people governing themselves to  wither and die.

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You could argue that these individuals and the “useful idiots” are well on their way to accomplishing their goals.

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But, all is not lost…, just yet.

Thankfully, President Trump has slowed their “progress” in a few of their targeted objectives…, specifically the control of healthcare, poverty and gun control.

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The “useful idiots” have added “racial warfare” to their repertoire, however, and they have been quite effective here.

These are all only means to an end, however.

At least free thinking, patriotic, Americans are now becoming aware of this “plan,” which enables us to put up a fight against it.

 

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Riddle me this Batman!

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What “cancel culture” group should really “cancel” themselves?

According to Edmund DeMarche of Fox News, “Two professors from Princeton University co-authored a column that took apart the country’s current ‘cancel culture’ that they consider to be based on ‘twisted logic,’ but they said if the trend continues – to be fair – the movement should consider relegating the Democratic Party to ‘the dustbin of history.’”

The democrats and “twisted logic?”

Reeeeally?

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“The movement” meaning the radical, socialist, Marxist, left wing of the democrat party, which is expanding daily within the party.

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“Sergiu Klainerman, a mathematics professor, and John Londregan, a professor of politics and international affairs, co-authored the piece titled, ‘A Modest Proposal for a Name Change,’ which appeared on the National Review’s website.”

Ha!

“A modest proposal.”

Talk about writing an article with your tail between your legs!

I just can’t wait to hear these potential name proposals.

Whatever they come up with, you can bet it will be stupid and disingenuous.  They just can’t help themselves.

“They point out that there is a clear movement afoot in the country that aims to erase the ‘symbols and exemplars of American society’ that have suddenly become the targets of an ‘unprecedented iconoclastic purge.’”

This isn’t really news, fellas.

“The column mentioned the obvious targets: Civil War generals, slave owners, but they also point out that the movement goes much further. Universities across the U.S., for example, are quickly changing the names on school buildings to keep up with the trend. They pointed out that their own university changed the name of its Woodrow Wilson School.”

“Christopher L. Eisgruber, the school’s president, wrote in a letter last month that the school’s board of trustees ‘concludes that Wilson’s racist views and policies makes him an inappropriate namesake for the School of Public and International Affairs.’”

They don’t identify Wilson as a democrat, and you won’t easily discover that he was a democrat either.

But if he was a republican, he would be quickly identified as “Republican President, Woodrow Wilson.”

Just sayin’.

“Those in favor of removing statues and renaming school buildings insist that they have no interest in erasing the country’s history. They say that in order for the country to move forward to more racial equality these symbols need to be removed because they create additional hurdles on that path.”

That, of course, is a lie.

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“But critics have asked just how far the cancel culture will go?”

Oh, that’s an easy one!

The fascist cancel culture will go as far as America lets them.

“Klainerman and Londregan wrote, ‘Shall we also change the names of months? We might start with July, which honors Julius Caesar, who by common standards committed genocide against the Gauls, and August, named after the man who put the last nail in the coffin of the Roman Republic and declared himself emperor — both were also slave owners themselves as well as leaders of vast slave empires.’”

I find these comparisons kind of lame actually.  This is not American history, but rather world history.

“The two then looked at the history of the Democrat Party that up to the 1960’s ‘was the party of slavery, Jim Crow, segregation, the Ku Klux Klan, lynching, poll taxes, and literacy tests for voting.’”

What you talkin’ ‘bout, Klainerman and Londregan?!

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Now there’s some American history!

But the American history the democrat party never admits to.

These historical nuggets have been relegated to the dirty little secrets category, thanks to a complicit education system and a complicit media.

“They listed other offenses that Democrats committed in the previous decades– including President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s treatment of Japanese-Americans during WWII– and noted that the party has ‘been able to redefine itself over the past half-century as the champion of minorities.’”

The keywords being “redefined itself.”

The democrats have become very good at changing history to benefit themselves.

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“But they concluded that the party’s ‘divide-and-conquer approach concerning race, ethnicity, sex, and sexual preferences has advanced their political ambitions to the detriment of our unifying motto E pluribus Unum.’”

Amen…, and you can say that again.

Are these guys really professors at Princeton University?

If they are…, I would say not for long.

The people suggesting the “cancel culture” “cancel” itself will probably be “cancelled” themselves.

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Hey Yale, y’all got any more of that “veritas” (truth)?   

The “Yale” I’m referring to is, of course, Yale University.

You know…, THE “holier than thou” Yale University…, although most Yale’s administration and faculty would downplay any interest in God.

And THE “smarter than thou” Yale University.

And THE “more socially correct” and the more “politically correct” than you Yale University.

Yes…, that Yale University.

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This is also THE Yale University with like a $40 billion tax free endowment fund under its belt, but still found its way to inappropriately apply for the small business aid package from the government in response to the coronavirus effects on our economy.

This is also THE Yale University that felt it couldn’t afford to pay many of its “non-professorial,” servant class, employees during the covid-19 shutdown, even though the amount they would pay would be less that 1% of just the daily interest they earn on their endowment.

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From Yale’s own website, “…our school motto is “Urim and Thummim,” which is Hebrew for “Lux et Veritas,” which in turn is just Latin for “Light and Truth.” Emblazoned in the Yale seal, in these two ancient languages, the words convey the most concise and rudimentary expression of the University’s mission: to enlighten the minds of its young students and impart to them truth through knowledge.”

Ahhh, the truth.

The truth, in Yale’s case, and in the case of most of our schools of “higher learning,” is a moving target.

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The truth is in the hands of the disseminators, intent on influencing these young people.

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They are in fact squashing freedom of thought and poisoning these kids against their own country.

“Yale University traces its roots all the way back to the 1640s, when colonial clergymen led an effort to establish a local college in the tradition of European liberal education.”

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They had no way of knowing how “liberal” that education would become!

“The school officially became Yale College in 1718, when it was renamed in honor of Welsh merchant Elihu Yale, who had donated the proceeds from the sale of nine bales of goods together with 417 books and a portrait of King George I.”

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A gift like that wouldn’t even get you in the front door these days!

And after 300 years of history, Yale University’s hypocrisy has finally come back around to bite it in its own, privileged, derriere.

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What we find at Yale is, “an astounding tale of slavery and deceit,” according to the “NewsMinute.com” (TNM) Staff.

“Following years of debate and protests, Yale University recently announced that it will rename one of its colleges named after John Calhoun, a former US vice-president, who is remembered as an advocate of slavery.”

Hmmm?  An advocate of slavery, and Yale felt it was wise to name one of its undergraduate colleges after him?

Interesting.

“The Calhoun College, one of the University’s 12 undergraduate residential colleges, will now be named to honor Grace Murray Hopper, a computer pioneer who went on to become a US Navy rear admiral.”

‘“The decision to change a college’s name is not one we take lightly, but John C. Calhoun’s legacy as a white supremacist and a national leader who passionately promoted slavery as a ‘positive good’ fundamentally conflicts with Yale’s mission and values,’ Yale President Peter Salovey said.”

And Yale just discovered “Calhoun’s legacy as a white supremacist and a national leader who passionately promoted slavery as a ‘positive good?’”

That’s either not very scholarly, or it not only didn’t bother Yale until now, but they thought enough of him to name one of their school’s after him!

“Just last year, Salovey [Yale’s President] had said that the name of Calhoun college would not be changed.”

That’s quite defiant in your racism, Mr. Salovey.

“Referring to it [his comment about not changing the name], he told Yale News, ‘At that time, as now, I was committed to confronting, not erasing, our history. I was concerned about inviting a series of name changes that would obscure Yale’s past. These concerns remain paramount, but we have since established an enduring set of principles that address them. The principles establish a strong presumption against renaming buildings, ensure respect for our past, and enable thoughtful review of any future requests for change.’”

Well that’s a typical bunch of mealy-mouthed, liberal, gobbledygook.

“Founded in 1701, Yale is the third oldest institution of higher education in the United States.”

“The University got its name from Elihu Yale, a British merchant who served as the governor of the East India Company settlement in Fort Saint George in Madras, India.”

“Born in 1649 in Massachusetts, Yale moved to London with his family when he was around three years of age. After finishing his education, he started working for the East India Company in 1671, and reached Madras [a city in eastern India, now called Chennai] a year later.

“Though one of the most prestigious institutions in the world today bears his name [Yale University], Elihu’s reputation however was not exactly a good one.”

“This is how historian Vakula S. Varadarajan described Elihu, according to a piece in ‘The Hindu.’ ‘Arrogant, ruthless braggart (his garden-house was known for his scandalous relationships), Welshman Elihu Yale was born on April 5, 1649 in Boston, joined the East India Company in 1671, became president/governor of St George Fort in 1687, but was removed from the post for indulging in private trade.’”

“The reason for Elihu’s removal from office was self-aggrandizement at company expense. He was accused of amassing huge wealth, by cheating both his employers and the people of India, and made to pay a fine; he had to stay in Madras till 1699.”

“A blog titled ‘Elihu Yale was a Slave Trader’ on Digital Histories at Yale tells of a dark side of Elihu Yale that not many may know of.”

‘“In the 1680s, when Yale served on the governing council at Fort St. George on the Madras coast, a devastating famine led to an uptick in the local slave trade. As more and more bodies became available on the open market, Yale and other company officials took advantage of the labor surplus, buying hundreds of slaves and shipping them to the English colony on Saint Helena,’ it said.”

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‘“Yale participated in a meeting that ordered a minimum of ten slaves sent on every outbound European ship. In just one month in 1687, Fort St. George exported at least 665 individuals. As governor and president of the Madras settlement, Yale enforced the ten-slaves-per-vessel rule. On two separate occasions, he sentenced “black Criminalls” accused of burglary to suffer whipping, branding, and foreign enslavement. Although he probably did not own any of these people– the majority were held as the property of the East India Company– he certainly profited both directly and indirectly from their sale,’ it stated.”

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“Last year, when Yale announced the creation of a ‘Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming’, Roger Kimball, editor and publisher of the ‘New Criterion,’ in an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal, wrote how Calhoun was just an ‘amateur’ when compared to Elihu [Yale].

‘“In the great racism sweepstakes, John Calhoun was an amateur. Far more egregious was Elihu Yale, the philanthropist whose benefactions helped found the University [Yale]. As an administrator in India, he was deeply involved in the slave trade. He always made sure that ships leaving his jurisdiction for Europe carried at least 10 slaves. I propose that the committee on renaming table the issue of Calhoun College and concentrate on the far more flagrant name, “Yale,’” he wrote.”

Wow.

Out of the millions and millions of people to name a college after, you picked thus guy?

And just a reminder to all of you “Yalies…,” I didn’t open this can of worms…, you and your liberal propagandist, gestapo, friends did.

Now you have to deal with it.

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May I suggest you change the university’s name to honor a proud, but not an elitist, Indiana family, from America’s heartland, which originally immigrated from Germany?

Specifically, you could honor a proud member of this family, Francis “Frank” Anthony Eff.

You could change your college’s name to Eff University…, or Eff U!

 

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Why do these liberals gotta be so mean?  

According to Talia Kaplan of Fox News, “New York Post columnist Miranda Devine said on Wednesday that Food Network host John Henson ‘should be ashamed of himself for targeting’ President Trump’s 14-year-old son Barron in a tweet over the weekend.”

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You have to wonder, exactly what would motivate Henson to make a hurtful and mean-spirited remark like that?

I mean, who sits around thinking about Barron Trump, much less dreaming up hurtful tweets towards him?

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I would have to assume that Jim Henson has some mental health issues going on here.

‘“You may hate President Trump, but don’t attack his child, his teenage son,’ Devine told ‘Fox & Friends’ on Wednesday.”

“Devine was reacting to a Father’s Day tweet where Henson reportedly questioned whether President Trump is Barron’s father.”

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What the hell is up with that?

And how do you get 37,700 “likes” to garbage like that?

There are definitely some mental health issues going on here, along with some deep-seeded jealousy and narcissistic issues as well.

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We see this quite often with “comedians…,” especially “comedians” who aren’t particularly funny or talented.

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I mean, being a host on the Food Network is only about one step above selling estate jewelry on a cable channel.

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“In a tweet, which has since been deleted, The Daily Wire reported that the television host and stand-up comic, wrote, ‘I hope Barron [Trump] gets to spend today with whoever his dad is.’”

Wow.  What an underhanded, despicable, and classless thing to say.

He may have a future in democrat politics!

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‘“It’s utterly despicable that a Food Network host would use Father’s Day to target a child, a 14-year-old boy who has done nothing wrong,’ Devine said on Wednesday.”

“Melania Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said Henson’s comments about Barron were ‘inappropriate and insensitive,’ according to a statement to the Daily Caller.”

Yes…, “inappropriate and insensitive,” to say the very least.

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‘“Sadly, we continue to see inappropriate and insensitive comments about the President’s son [Barron Trump]. As with every other Administration, a minor child should be off-limits and allowed to grow up with no judgment or hate from strangers and the media,’ she said.”

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“Devine said that ‘We’ve seen a pattern of this,’ adding that ‘the first lady is famously very protective of Barron Trump.’”

As well you would expect.  She is his mother after all, Ms. Devine.

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“Devine pointed to an incident last December where Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan, who testified during the impeachment hearing, used Barron Trump’s name to illustrate her point that President Trump can’t rule like a king.”

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‘“The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron,’ Karlan said in the committee room, prompting chuckles across the room.”

“Chuckles” from other clueless morons like herself.

And the fact that he named his son Barron, which isn’t even the same as a royal “baron,” and the fact that he named his son “Barron” more than 10 years before he even thought of running for the presidency, never even crossed her feebly biased mind.

What an absolute dolt.

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My regard for lawyers has not been very high to start with…, and they seem to lower my esteem for them the more they open their mouths.

‘“A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics,’ the first lady tweeted in response. ‘Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed of your very angry and obviously biased public pandering, and using a child to do it.’”

Mrs. Trump, I’m sorry to say that these people don’t get ashamed.

They have no shame.

“Karlan apologized for the remark, but not without making another dig at the president.”

They also never really apologize, because they’re not really sorry.

They only “apologize” because not apologizing may hurt their narrative in some way.

‘“I want to apologize for what I said earlier about the president’s son. It was wrong of me to do that,’ Karlan said during the hearing. ‘I wish the president would apologize for the things that he’s done that’s wrong, but I do regret having said that.’”

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Just one thing Ms. Karlan; if you can’t even realize when what you yourself are saying is inappropriate, how do you pretend to know that The President has done things worth apologizing for?

Just sayin’.

You really should drop this whole testifying thing and go back to something you’re good at, like poisoning the brains of your students with all of your liberal propaganda.

 

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What ever happened to “three strikes and ‘yer’ out!”

Somewhere along the line, that concept has apparently been expanded a bit…, to 100, and still counting!

Over 100!

Are you kidding me?!

How is a person who has been “arrested over 100 times” still seeing the light of day…, much less walking around free as a bird and harming other people?

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And this guy looks way too young to have already been arrested over 100 times.

I wonder what the record for times being arrested is?

I’m almost, no, I am, afraid to ask.

I would think this guy has a real shot at it before he’s through though…, whatever it is.

According to Reuven Fenton, Larry Celona and Craig McCarthy for The New York Post, “A career criminal with more than 100 arrests to his name was busted for cruelly shoving a 92-year-old woman into a Manhattan fire hydrant — leaving his victim too scared to walk alone in her own neighborhood.”

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“The injured elder, a Bronx native named Geraldine, spoke to The Post on Tuesday after cops arrested convicted sex offender Rashid Brimmage, 31, and charged him with attacking her.”

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‘“I thought a brick hit me or something hit me on the left side of my head, and I went right down and hit my head against the hydrant,’ Geraldine, who asked that her last name be withheld for safety reasons, said of the attack. ‘Blood was coming out, not spurting blood, but blood was dripping.’”

“Geraldine, who has lived in Manhattan for more than 50 years, was on her way to Duane Reade [a chain of pharmacy and convenience stores in New York City, owned by Walgreens] when Brimmage allegedly shoved her to the ground near Third Avenue and East 16th Street in Gramercy Park at about 3:30 p.m. on Friday.”

“She slammed against the fire hydrant and lay on the ground until a passerby called 911 and medics rushed her to nearby Beth Israel Hospital.”

“The former teacher, who never married but is dating an 89-year-old lawyer, said her physical wounds were relatively minor and have since healed — but the mental toll has been much more severe.”

‘“Mostly I’m shaken. My head still hurts where it was bleeding, where I hit the hydrant — or where he hit me, I don’t know,’ she said.”

‘“Mainly it’s psychological — just the fear of going out on the street,’ she added.”

‘“This damned guy put me in a state where I’m fearful to walk the streets alone. So, my super’s trying to find somebody who will walk me to a park nearby or to the supermarket, that kind of thing. So that’s the problem.’”

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“Brimmage was busted by cops Tuesday and charged with assault after investigators recognized him from video footage of the attack, authorities said.”

Oh, so, he was arrested…, again.

Why does this not make me feel much better?

“The frequent offender has now been arrested 103 times since 2005, sources said.”

“The creep was convicted of sexual misconduct in 2012, then arrested for two sex offenses in 2014, police sources said.”

“Creep?”

You better watch it, calling this guy a “creep.”

Soon you’ll have every liberal in New York taking offense at that language, and lecturing us all about what a fine, upstanding, young man this punk is.

“In May of that year, he was busted for exposing and fondling himself on an East Harlem street, the sources said.”

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“In 2017, he failed to notify authorities that he changed his address and had to register as a sex offender, state records show.”

“At the time of Friday’s attack, Brimmage had three open criminal cases in the city, according to court records.”

“Three open criminal cases,” huh?

I guess they don’t start holding you in custody until you’ve been arrested over 150 times in New York City!

I can’t believe I was actually considering visiting New York at one point in my life.

I would never step foot in The People’s Republic of New York City now or in the future.

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What a disgraceful excuse for an American city New York has become.  I’m actually ashamed to have to claim it as part of the country I live in.

“He was arrested Feb. 17 for a misdemeanor assault and harassment charge for an incident that happened in The Bronx a week earlier, according to records. He was released without bail in the case.”

No, of course, they don’t want to hinder his attempt at the record!

“He was busted in the borough again March 5 and slapped with trespassing summons, according to court records.”

“And most recently, he was arrested March 9 in Manhattan and hit with criminal possession of a controlled substance, assault and attempted assault charges.”

And please consider that these 100+ arrests are only the times this guy was caught!

How many thousands of times has this poor excuse for a human being broken the law and didn’t get arrested?

It’s just mind-boggling.

It is my belief that the City of New York should be held criminally and financially responsible for anything these habitual criminals are allowed to perpetrate on the unsuspecting, law-abiding, citizens in the city.

New York City has passed the “reasonable” threshold, in this case, a long, long time ago.

Habitual criminals, like this scumbag, should not be allowed to continually prey on the civilized people who are forced to share the city with him.

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Sleepless…, uh, I mean Clueless in Seattle!

Seattle, one of the most liberal cities in America, is on the verge of absolutely falling apart.

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It’s like an episode of “The Walking Dead!”

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The city is being torn apart by those with a brain, and those without a brain.

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According to David Aaro of Fox News, “The leadership in Seattle appeared to be in disarray [Wow! That’s about as nicely as you can describe that situation!] on Friday after the city’s embattled mayor called the protesters who took over an ‘autonomous zone’ in the city ‘patriotic’ while the official who ordered police to flee the nearby precinct has refused to come forward.”

Say what?!

Wow.  These people really do think we’re all as stupid as they are!

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“Despite the slow-moving disaster and protesters calling on Mayor Jenny Durkan and Chief Carmen Best to resign, the mayor resisted the call and raised eyebrows when she joked about considering a ‘Thelma & Louise’ moment in an interview, referring to the 1991 movie about two women on the run from the law.”

Again…, say what?!

They call this an “autonomous zone.”

I would say it’s more like “The Twilight Zone!”

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“At Thursday’s news conference, Best told reporters it wasn’t her decision to leave the precinct, while Durkan also denied responsibility, according to ‘The Stranger,’ a Seattle-based newspaper.”

‘“We were asked to do an operational plan in case we needed to leave,’ Best said. ‘The decision was made. We’re still evaluating about how that change came about but it didn’t come from me.’”

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“Despite the fact that police cannot gain full access to the police station, Durkan tried to downplay the situation on the ground. She claimed that Trump was wrong to call the protesters ‘domestic terrorists.’”

Ha! Ya…, he should’ve included you in that group, Mayor Durkan!

‘“It’s simply not true. Lawfully gathering and expressing first amendment rights, demanding we do better as a society, and providing true equity for communities of color is not terrorism. It’s patriotism,’ she said.”

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We would all agree with that, Ms. Mayor…, but what about the slight matters of looting, burning, vandalism…, oh, and forcibly taking over square blocks of a city, along with a police precinct that you seem to have overlooked?

“Durkan has tweeted that the protest is ‘a peaceful expression of our community’s collective grief and their desire to build a better world.’”

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“KIRO 7 reported, citing police, that demonstrators moved barricades near the police station and threw rocks and ‘improvised explosives’ at officers on several occasions. Best reportedly said that 25 cops were injured since the protests began.”

This is what Durkan describes as, “Lawfully gathering and expressing first amendment rights, demanding we do better as a society, and providing true equity for communities of color?”

These people have all lost their minds.

This situation with Mayor Durkin, and many other of these liberal mayors as well, reminds me of an old “Blondie” cartoon that I cut out of the newspaper at the time and kept.

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The cartoon showed Blondie’s husband, Dagwood Bumstead, at work talking with his boss, Mr. Dithers.  The cartoon went something like this:

Mr. Dithers: C’mon, Bumstead!  Come out and have a drink with me and the boys before you head home.

Dagwood: Okay, Mr. Dithers…, just let me call Blondie first.

Mr. Dithers: Call Blondie first?!  Aren’t you the boss around your house, Bumstead?

Dagwood:  Of course, I am!

Mr. Dithers: Well, why do you have to call then?

Dagwood:  Because, if I don’t call, Blondie won’t let me be the boss anymore.

I know this correlation is a bit of a stretch, but I hope you can see what I’m referring to here.

The point is, Dagwood isn’t really the one “in charge,” and neither is Mayor Durkin.

‘“You [the police officers] fought [Actually they were prohibited from fighting.  It was more like just standing there, like sitting ducks.] for days to protect (The East Precinct). I asked you to stand on that line. Day in and day out, to be pelted with projectiles, to be screamed at, threatened and in some cases hurt. Then to have a change of course [by their beloved mayor] early two weeks in, it seems like an insult [Oh, it was an insult!] to you and our community,’ Best said in a video, according to the station.”

“On Thursday, the crowd continued to occupy the six-block downtown area, named the ‘Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone’ (CHAZ) because of its location in the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.”

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“President Trump told Fox News’ Harris Faulkner in an exclusive interview Thursday that his administration is ‘not going to let Seattle be occupied by anarchists.’”

‘“If there were more toughness, you wouldn’t have the kind of devastation that you had in Minneapolis and in Seattle. I mean, let’s see what’s going on in Seattle,’ Trump told Faulkner. ‘I will tell you, if they don’t straighten that situation out, we’re going to straighten it out.’”

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“It’s clear @realDonaldTrump doesn’t understand what’s happening on five square blocks of our City. Cal Anderson and Capitol Hill has for decades been a place for free speech, community, and self-expression,” Durkan tweeted out in response.

“Durkan has insisted that CHAZ was ‘not a lawless wasteland of anarchist insurrection, but a peaceful expression of the community’s grief following the death of George Floyd in police custody on May 25 in Minneapolis.’”

Just because you say something isn’t what it obviously is doesn’t change the fact that it is what it obviously is, Mayor Durkan.

I hope that makes sense to you…, it makes sense to me.

WINNING!

 

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Kneel before your masters!

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Before I get started, let me say that I have been known to identify as a transgender black man.

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You’ll have to take my word on the transgender part, and hey…, I’m at least as “black” as Kamala Harris is!

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That being established…, I feel more comfortable discussing this whole kneeling thing.

It is my belief that people should be allowed to kneel (take a knee) whenever they want, and for whatever reason they have.

It’s a free country.

But “freedom” works both ways.

I, also living in this free country, am allowed to have my own interpretation of your kneeling, and to like it, be indifferent, or to not like it.

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We have seen professional sports players kneeling, sheriffs and police offices kneeling, politicians kneeling, along with protesters of every gender, size, shape, color and cause kneeling.

In the case of all of these sports figures choosing to take a knee, during our country’s national anthem…, I don’t like it.

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I’m not saying they don’t have the right to do it…, I’m just saying I don’t like it, as is my right.

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They will say they are not intending to disrespect our flag, or the people who gave their lives for our country, or the people who sacrificed arms and legs for our country.

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I counter by saying I don’t care what your intentions are…, we’re telling you how your actions ARE making us feel…, and yet knowing how those actions make us feel…, you choose to continue to kneel anyway.

That is intentionally disrespecting all of the people who feel like I do.

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This is intentionally disrespecting all of the people who feel like I do, including those of us who are sympathetic and agree with your complaints and those of us who could be sympathetic and agree with your complaints, if they could get past your disrespect.

But, you want us to respect what, you say, is a sign of protest of the treatment of African-Americans in this country.

You want to protest police brutality?

Then go take a knee in front of a police station or in front of city hall.

Don’t take a knee in front of the people who are footing the bill for your exorbitant salaries.

Don’t take a knee in front of the people who have nothing to do with the object of your professed protest.

Don’t take a knee in front of the people who are choosing to watch your sporting event as a way of escaping all of the normal day-to-day crap…, which includes politics and political protests.

When we watch these sporting events, we don’t want to be antagonized…, we just want to be entertained.

If you want to make a statement, then please go make a statement on your own time.

This kneeling at work is really the laziest form of protest…, requiring little to no effort on the protesters’ part.

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In the case of these politicians taking a knee…, please…, your disingenuousness and foolishness is overwhelming.

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In the case of law enforcement and protesters taking a knee…, all I see are fools and tools bowing down to their liberal masters and their masters’ whims and desires.

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Get off your knees people!

Get off your knees and stand up on your own two feet if you want to protest!

Nobody respects people, groveling, down on their knees…, not even the people being bowed down to.

 

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