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    Newlywed’s Car Vandalized After Groomsman Jokingly Paints ‘Trump 2020’ on Window

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    And yet the wife is saying sorry to the vandals ...


    SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — A day after one of the best nights of their lives, newlywed couple Brayden and Macy Beardall woke up to find a swastika scratched into the side of their car in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    The couple was married on Saturday in Sandy, and as per tradition, their vehicle was decorated with balloons, marker paint and other wedding gag decorations. One of the groomsmen wrote "Trump 2020" on the driver's side window as a joke, Macy Beardall explained.

    The couple woke up on Sunday morning to see their car scratched up, mostly under where "Trump 2020" was written. Besides the swastika, things were scratched on the car including "I am a racist" and "Blue Lives Splatter."



    The couple lives near the University of Utah. The bride was the first to see the vandalism:

    Besides the initial shock and sadness, Macy Beardall said she is mad. She described herself as an ally and an advocate to the Black Lives Matters and human trafficking movements.

    "I have done so much education and educating on this. They could have wiped it off or left a note educating me. I try to learn and know that not everyone’s experience is the same. I know the fact that I even own a Jeep is a privilege, but it’s still not OK."

    Besides the vandalism, the couple described their wedding to be "super awesome, super happy."

    Macy Beardall has had the vehicle for two years. She said she is filing an auto insurance claim to cover the damages. Additionally, she said she will reach out to the apartment complex's management team to see if they will cover the damages "because they have zero surveillance cameras, which is ridiculous because it's Salt Lake City."



    When asked if she has any advice to other brides or people doing harmless pranks, the bride said:

    "To future brides: When people are decorating your car, stick to the penises because it’ll get you a lot further than Trump 2020."

    Source: WJLA

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    Sleepy Joe Biden has picked Kamala Harris for his VP.


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    Are we about to see a Colour Revolution in the United States?



    Are we about to see a Colour Revolution in the United States?




    The familiar tropes are out in force, Trump may not weather this storm.


    It started with peaceful protests. It always does. Oppressed, poor or otherwise desperate people take to the streets because they don’t know what else to do. Because their neighbours are doing it. Because the world is unfair to so many people. Because attention should be paid.


    The reasons don’t matter. The peacefulness does.


    Nobody who is marching for justice and change really wants to burn down a bakery or steal some trainers from a Nike store. But then it starts happening. Windows are broken. Bricks are thrown. Civilians are sprayed with mace. Bystanders are caught up in the throng. People get hurt. It doesn’t need to happen, but it does.


    Sometimes police panic in the face of intimidating crowds. Sometimes protesters let their anger boil over. A small minority of people just enjoy violence and chaos. Others stand to benefit from it, they stoke conflict and spread blame. Then the molotov cocktails are flying and the snipers are shooting people on both sides. There’s blood in the streets and barricades are going up and the whole thing has its own momentum.


    And, through all this, the media is churning out the noise. Partisan and dehumanising. “criminals” on one side “Fascists” on the other. Both sides are called thugs. Fox News and CNN tell the same stories with reversed points of view, slashing society down the centre.


    And the chaos builds. The President has to do something, so he calls in the army. Now the press are calling him a fascist and a dictator. They say he’s violated his office and he has to resign or be removed or be arrested.


    I’m not talking about the United States. I’m talking about Ukraine in 2014. Or Egypt and Syria in 2011. Or Libya in 2010. Or Bolivia just last winter. Or Venezuela every year for decades.


    If the events currently unfolding in cities across the United States were happening in any other country in the world, a lot of us would already have said that the US Deep State was behind it. All the hallmarks are there. The constructed narratives. The handy props: The agents provocateur. The hysterical media. The stench of agenda.


    Consider, for a moment, that what is happening in Minneapolis and New York and Los Angeles has been happening in Paris and a host of other French cities for nearly two years. The Guardian never called Macron a fascist. CNN never had a live stream about that. Compare the coverage of the Gilets Jaunes to Black Lives Matter, and then to the Maidan protests. The rubber bullets and tear gas are the same. The headlines are not.


    CNN has one host calling Trump a
    “thug” who’s “hiding in his bunker”, and another saying “Trump declared war on Americans”.


    Robert Reich, writing in the Guardian, says:

    [Trump] is no longer president. The sooner we stop treating him as if he were, the better.


    The Washington Post has an op-ed headlined:

    Trump must be removed. So must his congressional enablers.


    Slate magazine:

    Remove Trump Now



    The corporations are all on board. Every one of them releasing statements of solidarity and heartfelt Instagram posts and sending money to all the right places. Nike had their famous ad. Because the same companies paying slave-wages to 10-year-old Indonesian kids in vast sweatshops just hate racism and inequality, honest.


    We’ve seen this before, haven’t we? Doesn’t this look like a play for an exchange of power? A colour revolution in the offing?


    I suppose we should ask “why now?” Trump is up for re-election in just five months after all. Biden doesn’t really stand a chance, but they could have him suffer “ill health” and pull out, replace him with a Harris or a Warren or Michelle Obama. Hell, they could just rig it. They’ve done it before.


    But then maybe it’s not about Trump per se, maybe it’s about the process of elections and the office of President in general. Maybe it’s about getting martial law in place well before the Covid19 backlash kicks in. Maybe there’s something else coming down the pipe that will make it clearer.


    Supposing the plan is to get rid of Trump, what happens next? Well, maybe one of a few things.


    Firstly, it’s possible it all just dies down. But if 2020 has taught us anything it’s that the Deep State doesn’t fold a bad hand, they just up the ante and hope to bluff it out.


    Second, there’s the possibility Trump introduces full-on martial law and becomes a quasi-dictator. While I’m sure he has no moral compunctions about that, it’s hard to see he would have the (vital) support of the Pentagon and the intelligence agencies in that endeavour. They’ve shown their colours throughout the last four years. However useful Trump has been, he is not an insider and he is entirely disposable.


    Third, and final, Trump goes. Whether there’s an impeachment or a trial or an early election or a civil war…I don’t know. But it’s hard to see Trump weathering this storm.


    If I had to guess, I’d say the protests and pressures mount until Trump does something stupid. If he makes any Yanukovych-style attempts at appeasement (he probably won’t), they will be ignored or minimised or the goalposts will be moved (we already saw that, when the arrest of Derek Chauvin went almost totally unnoticed).


    If soldiers fire on civilians – whether Trump orders it or not, or whether mercenaries frame the army (like in Ukraine) – that will be it. The military will resign en masse, turn on Trump and he will be ousted. From there could emerge an appointed “temporary” President, a middle-of-the-road type with support from both parties, whose job is to “unify the country” and “heal the divides”. The emergence of a totally unelected President will, of course, be called something like “a triumph of the democratic spirit” in The Guardian.


    The riots will be blamed for a constructed “second wave” of Covid19. Just in time for one of the new POTUS’ first announcements to be that “America will start taking Covid19 seriously”. Stronger lockdown rules, mandatory track-and-trace…the full Monty. This will naturally earn him/her good-boy points all across the mainstream media, with the (totally accidental) bonus that anyone who dares protest the coup will be breaking the law, being selfish and risking lives (and probably a racist).


    This is all just my supposition. I could be wrong, I hope I’m wrong. But I can see it heading in that direction. And the idea should worry everyone. Not out of any latent concern for Donald Trump, obviously. Just for the stability of the world. Coups or impeachments or other non-democratic power-changes are not good. They don’t end well. They don’t end well for the leaders being removed, who almost universally end up exiled or hanged or poisoned or shot. Sometimes worse.


    More importantly, they don’t end well for the ordinary people, who always suffer when the Deep State turns society on its head. And, in this instance, it may not end well for the world, which suddenly has a nuclear-armed superpower in a severe state of flux to worry about.


    We should all be concerned.


    There’s an old joke:

    Q: Why has there never been a military coup in the United States?
    A: Because there’s no American Embassy there.
    It looks like maybe that no longer applies.



    Are we about to see a Colour Revolution in the United States?

    12 VIII 2020.



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    What Would a President Harris Mean for Whites?

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    A prosecution against America.

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    Kamala Harris’s Nomination Is a Turning Point for Democrats



    It’s difficult to imagine the party nominating two white men for president and vice president ever again.

    In the final rally Joe Biden held before COVID-19 shut down the country in March, he clasped hands on a stage in Detroit with a group of emerging Democratic stars. “I view myself as a bridge, not as anything else,” he declared a few minutes later. “There is an entire generation of leaders that you saw standing behind me. They are the future of this country.” Yesterday, Biden took a major step toward redeeming those words when he chose Senator Kamala Harris of California, one of the Democrats on that stage, as his vice-presidential nominee.By selecting Harris, Biden has positioned the Democratic Party for a profound generational and demographic transition, and he’s addressed the fundamental incongruity of his candidacy: the inherent strain of a nearly 78-year-old white man leading a political coalition that relies on big margins among young voters, people of color, and women.

    Biden represents the Democratic Party of his post–World War II coming-of-age: a coalition centered on blue-collar white people who worked with their hands, mostly in smaller industrial cities such as Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he was born. From almost every angle, Harris embodies the Democratic Party of the 21st century: a biracial child of immigrants (who is herself in an interracial marriage) who rose to political prominence from a base in San Francisco, a diverse, globalized hub of the emerging information economy.

    {snip} “I think Kamala Harris has the potential to activate a voter that otherwise has not seen themself reflected in the Democratic Party,” says Terrance Woodbury, an African-American Democratic consultant who studies younger voters.

    Many members of the Democrats’ “coalition of transformation,” including professional women, immigrants, and African Americans, can see aspects of their experience reflected in Harris’s life. That could make her a resonant symbol of the Democrats’ embrace of a changing America {snip}Attacks from the right won’t completely muffle complaints on the left. As Woodbury and other activists note, Harris will “have some things to prove” with younger racial-justice advocates skeptical of her record as the district attorney of San Francisco and as California’s attorney general, particularly her reluctance to pursue prosecutions against law-enforcement officials involved in the killing of civilians. But no one I’ve spoken with disputes the power of Biden acknowledging that Black voters—especially Black women voters—deserve representation at the very apex of the Democratic Party’s leadership. Harris’s new role is especially meaningful because of the possibility that Biden, if he wins, might not run for reelection in 2024, which would position her as a front-runner, if not the front-runner, for the Democratic nomination that year.

    {snip}

    This ticket always seemed to some observers (myself included) the most logical choice for Democrats in their fight against Trump. That’s because the pairing reflects the party’s promising but tenuous position as demographic shifts inexorably transform the electorate. By any measure, Harris symbolizes a Democratic future rooted in groups and places that are growing as a share of society: the well-educated and diverse voters centered in the nation’s largest metropolitan areas. A massive recent compilation of survey research by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center found that the non-college-educated white voters Biden grew up around now constitute only about three in 10 self-identified Democrats, while white voters with a four-year college degree or more constitute nearly as many. People of color represent the plurality, at about 40 percent of Democrats.

    But because of lagging turnout among some of those people of color—and also because white voters without a college degree are overrepresented in key Rust Belt states—many Democrats concluded after 2016 that they needed a nominee who could win back working-class whites. A solid majority of Democratic primary voters, including all but the youngest African American voters, in effect hired Biden to perform that very specific job.

    Polls have generally found that Biden is making at least some progress on that front. But he’s continually struggled to generate much excitement among younger people, especially those who are nonwhite. Many Democrats are hopeful that Harris will provide more of the spark with younger people of color that he has not {snip}

    In 2016, just 60 percent of eligible African American voters turned out, down from 67 percent in 2012, according to the Census Bureau. Kasim Reed, the African American former mayor of Atlanta, told me last night he is confident that Harris’s position—combined with antipathy toward Trump and Biden’s own connections with older Black voters—will ensure a dramatic rebound in Black participation. {snip}Others are more cautious about her potential to energize younger voters. Harris is a demographic bridge between Biden and the modern Democratic Party, but she’s not nearly as much of an ideological bridge. Though she ran sharply to the left during the early stages of her unsteady presidential bid, her record, like Biden’s, is fundamentally moderate.

    Stanley B. Greenberg, a veteran Democratic pollster, told me that overall, he believes Harris will boost Biden. {snip}

    But to the extent that lagging youth enthusiasm for Biden represents ideological suspicion of him, Greenberg said, Harris isn’t likely to solve the problem. {snip}

    {snip}

    Biden’s inner circle has tilted heavily toward older white men, but by choosing Harris, he’s taken one significant step toward acknowledging his need to open more doors to younger and more racially diverse leaders. {snip} Even as the GOP at every level remains dominated by white men—starting with Trump and Pence—the Democrats haven’t nominated a presidential ticket of two white men since 2004. It’s difficult to imagine when they ever will again.

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    DNC Features Convicted Murderer Who Squeezed Victim’s Testicles with Pliers


    At the Democrat National Convention (DNC) this week, a convicted murderer and kidnapper implicated in a gruesome 1985 torture and killing case was featured as a “criminal justice reform advocate.”





    Donna Hylton, a 55-year-old Jamaican-American who was abused and molested as a child, was given a short slot in a DNC video montage where supporters of Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden recited the Preamble of the Constitution.


    Toward the end of the montage, Biden delivers the closing words of the Preamble.

    Thread:
    So incredibly honored and humble to have been asked to participate in the Preamble of the Constitution for the DNC tonight. With deep thought, I accepted this opportunity to represent the millions of Americans who have been left out and shut out. pic.twitter.com/087pZVIrLv — Donna Hylton (@DonnaHylton)
    August 18, 2020



    Hylton was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison after she participated with six other people in the brutal kidnapping, torture, and murder of Long Island, New York, real estate broker Thomas Vigliarolo, 62-years-old, in 1985.

    The New York Times, in 1985, reported that Hylton and six others had kidnapped Vigliarolo and held him for a $435,000 ransom for about two weeks before murdering him. His body was found locked inside a trunk in an apartment in Manhattan.


    The Washington Post reported on the case in 2018, noting Hylton’s links to the Women’s March:
    In 1985, a Long Island real estate broker, Thomas Vigliarolo, was brutally killed. Seven people were arrested on charges of kidnapping and second-degree murder. One was Donna Hylton, 20, who was sentenced to 25 years to life for her participation in the crime, during which the 62-year-old victim was starved, burned and beaten over the course of more than two weeks. His body was later put in a footlocker to decompose.

    Many of the details of the case were revealed in a July 1995 report from Psychology Today. During the group’s torture of Vigliarolo, they squeezed his testicles with pliers, shoved a metal rod into his anus, and would beat him periodically.


    Psychology Today reported: Vigliarole believed the three girls were prostitutes who were going to have sex with him. Instead, they picked him up on March 8 in Elmhurst, Queens, at Maria’s home, and drugged him to make him drowsy. Then they drove him to Selma’s apartment in Harlem. The apartment had already been prepared for an extended torture session: The closet door had been cut, a pot put in it for use as a toilet, the windows boarded.



    For the next 15 to 20 days (police aren’t sure just when Vigliarole died), the man was starved, burned, beaten, and tortured. (Even 10 years later, Spurling could recall Rita’s chilling response when they questioned her about shoving a three-foot metal bar up Vigliarole’s rear: “He was a homo anyway.” How did she know? “When I stuck the bar up his rectum he wiggled.”)



    [New York City Detective William] Spurling himself interviewed Donna: “I couldn’t believe this girl who was so intelligent and nice-looking could be so unemotional about what she was telling me she and her friends had done. They’d squeezed the victim’s testicles with a pair of pliers, beat him, burned him. Actually, I thought the judge’s sentence was lenient. Once a jailbird, always a jailbird.”


    Biden’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) has been derided by the progressive wing of the party for her background as attorney general of California. In the 2019 Democrat presidential primary, Harris seemingly embraced Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) plan to provide voting rights to sitting inmates, including violent murderers, rapists, sex offenders, and terrorists.

    “People who are in — convicted, in prison, like the Boston Marathon bomber, on death row, people who are convicted of sexual assault, they should be able to vote,” CNN’s Don Lemon asked Harris at a town hall event. “I think we should have that conversation,” Harris said.





    I really do not see the problem with this female, Lolita The Nutcracker, speaking at the DNC.
    After all... The Democrats have been squeezing America's B.ALLS in their socialist cancel culture BurnLootMurder Antifa riot Vice in order to make our country Tap Out.
    She is a perfect spokesmalcontent for them!


    they spit in you and I's face, you know why? Because they can. Has any of them been convicted of anything? Case closed.


    Yeah she didn't have any spasms or maniacal fits of laughter either. She probably has a fix before and after her speech. I'm sure she has a business deal with PP for a steady supply.
    I'm sure Dem women would be happy their child is going to such a worthy cause as their feminist goddess' eternal youthfulness! Here she is without.
    https://commonsenseevaluati..



    if they don't sacrifice their first child, they must bring it up as gay or trans, now you know why most Elites, the powerful, the rich, and Celebrities' all have tragedies with their children, or have sexual confused offspring.


    Or give up their children for another gay/trans couple to raise as in the case of Barack/Michael.


    Obama is a Muslim fraud who was imposed on the Americans by the Globalists to destroy America by creating perpetual race riots.


    Did she work ops in Libya for Hildabeast?



    DNC Features Convicted Murderer Who Squeezed Victim’s ...

    24 VIII 2020.


    The marxist Demorats intend to collapse civilization to permanently hold power.

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    Delaware police arrest 2 after video appears to show MAGA hat snatched from child

    WILMINGTON, Del. - Two women have been arrested in Delaware in connection with a viral video that allegedly showed the suspects ripping up Trump signs and stealing a MAGA hat near the site of Democrat Joe Biden's acceptance speech Thursday.



    The video also shows a heated confrontation between the suspects and adults coming to the defense of a 7-year-old supporter of President Trump.

    The suspects, identified as Olivia Winslow, 21, and Camryn Amy, 21, were arrested by Wilmington police Friday and Saturday and charged with robbery, conspiracy and endangering the welfare of a child, according to Delaware Online. Amy was also charged with offensive touching.

    “That’s somebody else’s hat,” the 7-year-old boy is heard saying in the video after the women rip up several Trump signs in the parking lot of the Chase Center in Wilmington, where portions of the Democratic Convention were held.

    One of the suspects grabs a Trump hat that was lying on the ground.

    “Get your hat back, baby,” an adult is heard saying to the boy as they follow the suspects, demanding the return of the hat.

    One of the suspects allegedly punched a man in the face after he joined the mother and son in an attempt to get the hat back, which can be seen in the video.

    “You want to sucker-punch me?” the mother yells as one of the suspects throws the hat over a tall fence.

    “She came after my son!” the mother alleges. One suspect then appears to approach the mother and attempt to hit her before the video ends.

    Winslow and Amy were identified after police reviewed the footage, according to Delaware Online.

    The altercation began when Winslow and Amy allegedly started taunting the woman and her son over their Trump signs, one of which was "forcefully” snatched out of her hands by Amy, court documents said, according to Delaware Online.

    The incident was the latest of increasing clashes between the left and the right amid racial injustice protests and the nearing presidential election.

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    Joe Biden’s Claim That “A Black Man Invented the Light Bulb” Is Patently False



    While speaking in Kenosha, Wisconsin, masked candidate Joe Biden tried to appeal to his base by trying to knock Whitey down a peg or two.

    "Why in God’s name don’t we teach history in history classes? A black man invented the light bulb, not a white guy named Edison. OK?”



    "We gotta give people facts. Teach them what’s out there.”

    I love how “facts” about history are constantly changing in our Orwellian world, but even the “leftist” (jewish cultural Marxist) news outlets still have to admit that Biden was wrong about this one.



    Whoa, is CNN promoting White supremacy here and suppressing the real “woke” history about how Blacks actually created our entire modern world?! No, actually it is pretty hard for anyone to claim that a White man did not invent the light bulb, since the facts are pretty cut and dry with this one. I am not even a big Thomas Edison fan, but I will give the man his due.

    There were some earlier attempts at electric lighting, but the modern light bulb was the creation of Edison and also Sir Joseph Wilson Swan, who both patented their bulbs in 1880, then following much litigation, formed a joint company in 1883.

    Edison had worked for years on perfecting his light bulb, conducting thousands of experiments to try to perfect his design, which pretty much looked like the classic glass bulb with a filament on the inside.



    Lewish Latimer, who Biden was likely referencing, was an inventor who came up with a design for a carbon filament for Edison’s light bulbs, which he sold to the US Electric Co. in 1881, and then patented his process for manufacturing the filament a year later. Again, I will give the man his due, it appears he may have improved the light bulb, but he sure as hell did not invent it. Also, does not this successful Black inventor show us that American history was not actually as “racist” as we are led to believe? Latimer was actually rather successful.

    Edison not only invented the light bulb, but created the electrical power distribution system to bring light bulbs into the homes of many Americans. Nikola Tesla would later invent alternating current, which would pave the way for our modern electrified world.

    Tesla, being a brilliant man, once remarked: "Never trust a jew!”

    Also, never trust a politician.

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