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Showing posts with label Trump supporters. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trump supporters. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

New York Lawyer, Schlossberg, Offers Perfunctory Apology

Someone should remind Schlossberg his messiah does not like the apology.

Image result for racist attacks spanish speaking womenAs of today, we have an apology from the New York Lawyer who went viral on social media for his racist rant. We previously reported on the racist in a couple of posts. One of which is linked here and viewable later if you wish. Yes, Aaron Schlossberg, has messed up, and now time to clean it all up. 

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He has a history of activism which verges on violence.

If you are wondering what was going on in the first image above, it appears the racist lawyer joined a group of Jewish Trump supporters against a Jewish person who supports Palestine.  We posted the full media to facilitate your understanding of what was taking place in the video.

Schlossberg has major emotional issues, to put it mildly.
Want to see another two-minute clip of Schlossberg? Linked.

We all know about the video which follows. Not only did the lawyer attack two Spanish speaking women with an accusation of being from Central America (south of the border), he took exception of employees in the market also speaking Spanish. For purpose of clarity, the to women Schlossberg attack were Puerto Ricans.  Whether conservatives like it or not, Puerto Rico is part of the United States.

The incident was shameful to say the very least, but apparently not uncommon among Trump supporters.

Such deplorable characters exist everywhere and they are direct products of Trump sycophancy.  

Do you recall this? I believe this racist was a resident of California.

After a week of running form cameras and reporters, facing the project of losing his office space and being generally ridiculed across the nation, you should have expected that ever-present and perfunctory apology for the conservative. Oh, they so easily speak of ".....that wasn't me, I am not a racist."
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Oh OK, we are all cool now?

The power of a mind-altering authoritarian and a willing populace who soaks up the propaganda and enacts violent behavior.  A dangerous state of being. Hence, Germany mid-1920s through June 1945.


Tuesday, May 8, 2018


No Words...


Friday, June 23, 2017

The UGliness Of Sycophancy

If you really want to see human specimens of why we have Donald Trump in the White House.

When a focus group member runs his mouth like a broken water main only to shut completely up when asked to differentiate Trump from Obama, I can not help but go here.

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

The Daily GOP Ignominious: A Smorgasbord Of "Your" President

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We have been down this path before. The cyclical nature of US politics and administration in Washington DC almost ended in an international catastrophe as George W. Bush left office in 2007/08/09. Democrat economic policy and a move towards a more humane nation brought the nation back from the abyss within one year of President Obama taking office.

But for some, a desire for a more regressive nation is simply too tempting to allow our world to develop in a positive manner.  If we add a dose of celebrity worship and a fascination with spending our evening hours giggling through various TV shows, we end in a political hell with a person leading our nation who seems to have a major affinity for totalitarian regimes and international despots. 

It is time for a media run through Trump (the nation killer).
Speaking of grown-ups. We do not have such in the Oval Office.  Watch the reality show performance.

Now give 14 seconds for another look at your president.

Presstitute sits in silence behind her bosses "tapes" lie.

Surrogacy with an accent and grounded in a black hole of misleading into which can only be described as shillism.


While totally biased Nancy Pelosi offers an increasingly obvious assessment of Trump.

While it appears off topic, we cannot resist a report regarding Fox News.

And, no matter how bad it gets trumps sycophants persevere.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Shame of 45 (Media, North Korea et al)


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Trump's survival strategy and methodology are wearing thin. Earlier today the whining fool spoiled a Coast Guard Academy graduation while whining like a stuck pig in a heat wave. Better even, whining like a toddler minus his/her pacifier.
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As the Russia scandal looms large against Trump and his continued service in the Oval Office, Trump's countermeasures are growing feeble and childlike.  And, what better victim of the strategy than blaming the media. Do yo recall during the heat of another scandalous administration the media became a culprit until Nixon's tapes came to the public's ear?

The following CNN segment relates to Trump's latest child's play. I ask that you excuse the CNN host Brooke Baldwin. While watching the day of Trump's fireworks display for Syria's Assad, I witnessed the CNN entertainer speak what can only be described as pure viewer entertainment with a heavy dose of Trumpism. She asked a Congresswoman Barbara Boxer what she thought of the Trump missile attack considering "....Obama didn't have the Guts?" The on camera utterances of the conservative host. No, progressive/liberal (nor true Independent) would have gone there and I actually think she may have given herself up as a Trumpite. 
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As Trump goes about his reality TV show, take a look at how North Korean operatives are depicting 45 across social media.

As you consider the GOP side show with Trump at the helm and if you are not of the 82% of Republicans who continue to favor Trump, you should read the following piece from Samuel Warde's Liberal's Unite.

The Shame of 45!


Illusive Republicans And The "I" Word

When a political party avoids broadcast media, you know they are doing so for a reason. We suspect Trump's insanity and ineptitude when coupled with his serial lying, provides an impetus for GOP politicians to avoid any statements about Trump.

Image result for GOP hiding cartoonWhile the reason for their avoidance has to do with their dedication to party and their personal political credibility, there is another reason to avoid the truth, to avoid doing the right thing, to avoid the ramifications of their unfit leader. They are also running from a rabid base within their party. A base which is willing to overlook each and every indication of a president who is so unfit for the office, he should consider resigning. Yes, I know people who proudly traipsed to their polling places to cast that Trump (celebrity) vote. They bought the Trump carnival barking and they voted. Trump promised them the world (according to their twisted (paradigm)l he has delivered nothing worthwhile. He satisfies a need in those who voted for him; he entertains them. Oh, certainly provides daily entertainment which is common to successful reality TV celebrities, but the matter governance simply isn't part of the Trump experience.

About those Republicans who refuse to speak of Trump's daily troubles (especially the recent report of a Comey memo)

Media Matters is reporting noted journalist and TV personality Charlie Rose and his production tram received 20 refusals to appear from GOP politicians. 

Trump supporters have to wonder if their choice of president is good for the nation.  Even the most avid supporters seem to have less faith in their national messiah as indicated by dwindling poll numbers.

Reagan and George H W Bush Era Republican official and CNN contributor, David Gergen.

The "I" word? StumbleUpon

Monday, April 24, 2017

American Hatred And Its Conservative Household

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Via the Republican who would legalize heroin, the man who deny access to some Americans to foster Private Owner rights, the man who once published one of the most heinous political/social publications in US History.
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Anti-Semitic incidents reported by type during January–March, 2016-2017

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Apparently, the neo-leader of the GOP, Donald Trump, has recently read a statement regarding Anti-Semitism. Well, he has a son-in-law who is Jewish and a daughter married to the son-in-law who converted to Judaism. But, why the likes of Bannon in the inner sanctuaries of the White House? Why the support from a candidate for the French Presidency who has s history of support for neo-nazi movements?

It should be noted Trump is due to speak at the ADL tomorrow.

RePost via ProPublica 

We’re Investigating Hate Across the U.S. 

There’s No Shortage of Work.

An African-American homeless man slain with a sword on the streets of New York. A mosque attacked in Fort Collins, Colorado, its windows smashed by a man who finished off his assault by hurling a Bible inside the Muslim house of worship. A portion of Junction City, Wisconsin, evacuated after a man angry with his Hmong neighbor opened fire. A man arrested in Port St. Lucie, Florida, for trying to set fire to a convenience store he suspected was owned by a Muslim, after which he said he’d just been trying to “do his part for America.”
That happened in the month of March in America. In fact, just a flavor of it.
There was also the Jewish cemetery vandalized in Rochester, New York. The man beaten with a pipe in a restaurant in Salem, Oregon, by an attacker who said, “Arab, you need to leave.” The African-American family in Delano, Minnesota, who moved out of their home just months after moving in after it was ransacked and spray painted with epithets.
Earlier this year, ProPublica and a coalition of newsrooms set out to chronicle and report on hate crimes in the United States. The project, “Documenting Hate,” was meant to provide some reliable information about an issue that has caused considerable alarm but been plagued by a lack of comprehensive data and sustained reporting.
With the help of civil rights groups such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and technology companies such as Google, First Draft Media and Meedan, we’ve been building a database of hate incidents — ranging from swastika vandalism to verbal insults to physical assaults. ProPublica and our media partners are working on authenticating these reports and spreading the word about how victims can share their stories.
It has been a grim accounting for some 170 reporters and editors from more than 40 newsrooms involved in “Documenting Hate.”
The reporting has shown how hate has infiltrated many parts of public life, reaching cities big and small around the country: from a “mosaic of hate” in Boston as reported by The Boston Globe, to a white supremacy haven in Oregon reported by BuzzFeed, to a string of murders and hate incidents in Kansas City reported by The Huffington Post. Throughout the U.S., ethnic minorities have been targeted, as well as Jews and Muslims, ProPublica and Fusion reported.
We’ve received a significant number of reports to the database from minorities told to “get out of the country.” Those targeted include immigrants, as Univision reported, as well as Latinos who were born in the U.S., as The New York Times opinion section wrote. Huffington Post compiled a list of nearly 100 ways this line of attack has been used against people of color.
Minorities have faced verbal abuse on public transportation, with numerous reports coming from New York City. The New York Times opinion section reported on two women of color who were harassed on the New York subway, and Univision wrote about a spate of verbal assaults against minorities on the public transportation system. The New York City Commission on Human Rights saw a 480 percent increase in reports of discriminatory harassment on New York’s subways between 2015 and 2016, the Times found.
Schools and universities are confronting hate, too. We’ve received a number of reports about xenophobic incidents involving Latino children in schools, which Univision covered. White supremacy groups are using college campuses to spread their message, as ProPublica and The New York Times opinion section reported. And as Univision wrote, in some cases students are fighting back.
Victims have also reported being targeted in the workplace. A Massachusetts woman opened up to Univision about receiving a racist letter on her newspaper route, and a Venezuelan business owner saw his Seattle restaurant vandalized so many times that he gave up hanging a flag outside. And a St. Louis librarian told The Huffington Post about receiving an anti-Semitic voicemail at her job. We’ve also seen reports of hate online, like the case of a Jewish man in New Mexico facing an onslaught of hateful threats, reported by The New York Times opinion section.

Hate Crime Law Results in Few Convictions and Lots of Disappointment

In Texas, the tiny number of successful prosecutions leave both victims and lawmakers questioning state’s commitment to punishing hate. Read the story.
Even the dead haven't been spared: The Times ran an essay by a ProPublica reporter whose St. Louis family was affected by gravestone vandalism — one of multiple incidents of its kind in the last few months.
As part of the “Documenting Hate” project, Google News has been compiling news articles about confirmed or potential hate crimes from across the country. One can select a week or a month, and be awash in reports of hate crimes — of arrests and arraignments, opened investigations and final sentences.
We happened to select March, but there’s little to suggest any month would be that different.
The desecration of the mosque in Fort Collins, it turned out, wasn’t the only recorded one last month. In Tucson, Arizona, a man broke into a mosque and tore up a Koran. The family in Minnesota was not the only one to see their residence defiled. A man in Troutman, Oregon, a member of the Baha’i faith, came back from a trip to find his apartment covered in slurs accusing him of being a terrorist.
Two women were arrested and charged with hate crimes for their racial-expletive-filled attack on an African-American bus driver. A Sikh man in Kent, Washington, was shot, his assailant shouting at him to “go back to your country.” A middle school in New Jersey saw its walls covered in threats of lynchings. A man in Chicago was taken into custody on hate crimes charges. He has a tattoo on each arm — “Jesus is Love” on one and a swastika on the other.
The last entry in the Google compilation for the month of March carried an extra note of sorrow. A man in Wisconsin who had survived a brutal gay-bashing assault six years ago was stabbed to death. Police were investigating the murder as a possible hate crime.
The FBI tracks crimes which are considered hate crimes. The following pie charts offer insight into a growing phenomenon which doesn't appear to bother millions upon millions in America.


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Graphic showing breakdown, by category, of why the 7,121 victims of the 5,818 single-bias (gender identity, disability, gender, race/ethnicity/ancestry, religious, and sexual orientation) incidents were targeted in 2015.

While the vast majority of Trump supporters, and a disturbing number of white Americans, do not wish to accept they are enabling growing racism, anti-Semitism and overt misogyny, the reality is as ever-present as they neo party leaders combover.

We have recently experienced a case of hate killing in California of an African-American man, having killed three white people and quickly admitted it was his mission. We have within weeks found cases of random killing of people who may have appeared of the Islamic faith or may have appeared "Arabic."  Yet, I doubt there is a case in recent times which compares to the following murder. 

And how does Trump's White House speak about a racist killer who journeyed to the nation's largest and most populated metropolitan area with the singular mission of killing a black man? They sent lying Spicer out to avoid labeling of a hate crime. albeit in response to a question from the White House Press Corps. We need to only recall the number of times and the depth of scope Trump expanded over the past nine years railing against President Obama's lack of interest in labeling Jihadist terrorist as "radical Islamic".  

And, there are other forms of hate. Hate which you will never see in our community.


Sunday, April 16, 2017

White Supremacist Sucker Punches Woman Protester

Work through the images and short video segments and sit for an introduction to white supremacy with a dose of woman abuse.

An antifa woman was sucker punched pretty hard by a white supremacist. 


The far right are usually violently condescending toward women & afab people. In  @NathanDamigo

Nathan Damigo, a white supremacist member of the "alt-right" movement suckwr punhed the woman protetesr. While all media are reporting that the video doesn't allow for scrutiny of what led up to the sucker punch, I really must ask. Really?  Is there really relevance in what led up to the sucker punch. published a piece with Damigo as the central (disgusting) theme.

Your Donald Trump vote and support for Trumpism was a catalyst to such movements.