Still the democrats I see! And do I see GUNS in this movie? Just like in all the other movies out of Hollyweird where the left cries "ban guns but let us glorify the use of them in our movies".

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A controversial movie about privileged vacationers hunting “deplorables” for sport is ruffling feathers more than a month before its scheduled release and after tragic mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.

“The Hunt” is billed as a satire that follows wealthy thrill-seekers taking a private jet to a five-star resort where they embark on a “deeply rewarding” expedition that involves hunting down and killing designated humans. The Hollywood Reporter reported on Tuesday that “Universal is re-evaluating its strategy for the certain-to-be-controversial satire" following the shootings after ESPN reportedly pulled a trailer for the film that had been previously cleared to air on the sports network.

“The violent, R-rated film from producer Jason Blum's Blumhouse follows a dozen MAGA types who wake up in a clearing and realize they are being stalked for sport by elite liberals,” THR’s Kim Masters wrote. “It features guns blazing along with other ultra-violent killings as the elites pick off their prey.”

“The Hunt” is billed as a satire that follows wealthy thrill-seekers taking a private jet to a five-star resort where they hunt “deplorables” for sport.

“The Hunt” is billed as a satire that follows wealthy thrill-seekers taking a private jet to a five-star resort where they hunt “deplorables” for sport.

According to the Hollywood trade publication, characters in the film refer to the victims as “deplorables,” which is what Hillary Clinton famously dubbed Trump supporters during the 2016 election. The report noted that a character asks, "Did anyone see what our ratf--ker-in-chief just did?"

 

"At least The Hunt's coming up. Nothing better than going out to the Manor and slaughtering a dozen deplorables," a character responds, according to THR.

"Out of sensitivity to the attention on the country’s recent shooting tragedies, Universal Pictures and the filmmakers of 'The Hunt' have temporarily paused its marketing campaign and are reviewing materials as we move forward," a Universal Pictures spokesperson told Fox News late Wednesday.

DePauw University professor and media critic Jeffrey McCall told Fox News that the movie is “harmful to a culture that surely needs messages of unity and understanding” during the current climate.

“It says something sad about the state of the ‘entertainment’ industry that this movie ever got conceived and produced. Hollywood clearly thinks it is OK to stereotype so-called deplorables and set them up for a hunt,” McCall said. “Thank heavens some sensible outlets are pulling the promotional ads.”

“The Hunt” stars Betty Gilpin and Hillary S****, who play characters who represent “opposite sides of the political divide,” according to Masters, who added that it was originally titled, “Red State vs. Blue State.”

“The Hunt” is scheduled to hit theatres in September but honchos are reportedly reconsidering amid tragic mass shootings.

“The Hunt” is scheduled to hit theatres in September but honchos are reportedly reconsidering amid tragic mass shootings.

Political satirist Tim Young makes a living by poking fun at topical issues but thinks “The Hunt” goes over the line.

“Why would anyone think it's a great idea to have a movie about hunting down someone who doesn't agree with them politically? It's remarkable to me that the left blames Donald Trump's rhetoric for violence, then literally spends millions to normalize the killing of people based on politics,” Young told Fox News.

 

“We're told over and over again by the left, especially in Hollywood, that this country is more divided than ever and we need to come together... is this what they mean by it? Come together to murder your neighbors that you don't agree with? This film is sick and shows just how hateful the left has become,” Young added.

 

ESPN did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

At least two trailers for the film are online but it remains unclear if Blumhouse Productions will proceed with other planned advertisements.

“A high-level insider says top executives want to stand by Blum, one of the studio's most prolific and successful producers, as well as filmmaker Craig Zobel, and see the project as a satire addressing an issue of great social importance. But this person says plans could change ‘if people think we're being exploitative rather than opinionated,’” Masters wrote.

The Hollywood Reporter reported on Tuesday that “Universal is re-evaluating its strategy for the certain-to-be-controversial satire.”

The Hollywood Reporter reported on Tuesday that “Universal is re-evaluating its strategy for the certain-to-be-controversial satire.”

“This certainly shows Hollywood for what it really is -- demented and evil. At a time when journalists try to blame President Trump for every act of violence in the world, wannabe Tinseltown terrorists are making sick murder fantasies about right-wingers,” Media Research Center vice president Dan Gainor told Fox News.

 

A trailer that was published by The Daily Mail reveals that the victims are from areas that typically vote Republican, while a hunter declares “We pay for everything, so this country belongs to us.”

 

“While some trailers for the film have been pulled, there's an internal debate deliberating the film's next steps,” Daily Mail’s Lauren Edmonds wrote. “But decisions will need to come fast, as there's a promotional blitz planned in September.”

“The Hunt” is scheduled to be released on Sept. 27.

“The executives at Universal and those even willing to promote this or run ads for it should know better than to promote political violence,” Young said.

"Verbal Lynching is the political tool used today by dems to silence debate on critical issues."

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STILL the democrats! Maybe this time there will be security outside the house.

 

A guest on MSNBC called for "pitchforks and torches" outside the Hamptons residence of Equinox and SoulCycle chairman Stephen Ross after it became known that he was hosting a fundraiser for President Trump.

Above The Law executive editor Elie Mystal said he had "no problem" with putting a spotlight on billionaire donors like Ross "who fund this kind of racialized hate" since people of color are "already targets" under the Trump administration. He told the panel that he was willing to "go further."

"I want pitchforks and torches outside this man's house in the Hamptons," Mystal said. "I've been to the Hamptons, it's very nice. There's no reason it has to be. There's no reason he should be able to have a nice little party. There's no reason why people shouldn't be able to be outside of his house and making their voices peacefully understood."

MSNBC host Chris Hayes attempted to lower the temperature, pointing to the "peaceful protests" (One of the protesters outside of McConnell's recorded a video calling for him to be stabbed "in the heart.") outside of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's house that took place earlier this week.

"I imagine there will be peaceful protests outside this which is, again it's all speech, right, peaceful protest, the right to assembly under the First Amendment," Hayes said. "That is the way that — because your point here is how does civil society deal with what we're seeing?"

California gang member in custody after stabbing, robbery spree that killed 4, wounded 2: police

 

A “documented gang member,” who police said "should have been in prison," was responsible for a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in Southern California that killed four people and injured two, authorities said Thursday.

Garden Grove Police Chief Tom DaRé told reporters that Zachary Castaneda "could have injured or killed many other people" had he not been apprehended as he walked out of a convenience store in the neighboring city of Santa Ana, dropping a knife and a gun he had taken from a security guard he had just killed.

Police told reporters the violence appeared to be “random," with Garden Grove police Lt. Carl Whitney adding that Castaneda was "violent" with detectives who attempted to interview him Wednesday night and was kept in restraints.

"He never told us why he did this," Whitney said.

The night before he told reporters, "We know this guy was full of anger."

Police said the violence unfolded across eight crime scenes in Garden Grove and Santa Ana, including an apartment complex, a bakery, an insurance office, a gas station and a Subway restaurant. The attacker and four of his alleged victims were described as Hispanic, the other two were described as Caucasian.

The two people who were injured in the attacks, a 44-year-old Hispanic man and a 54-year-old Hispanic woman, had undergone surgeries and were listed in stable condition.

 

Castaneda has a conviction for possession of meth for sale while armed with an assault rifle, police said, adding that investigators were still putting together his entire criminal history. Officials didn't specify what crimes sent Castaneda to prison or when he was released, but the chief described the suspect as a "violent individual," who should "never have been considered for early release" from prison.

 

“Based upon his prior arrest record, he is a violent individual who should have never been considered for early release based upon Assembly Bill 109.”

The bill, enacted in 2011, was designed to transfer people convicted of certain classes of less serious felonies from state prison to local county jails.

DaRé went on to say, “As a police chief I implore our policymakers to reevaluate their policies on criminal justice.”

DaRé said California law enforcement agencies have been “crippled” by Assembly Bill 109 and “offenders are not being held accountable for their crimes.”

Fox News has reviewed Castaneda’s court records in Orange County and discovered he has a long criminal history dating back to 2004, which includes convictions for child abuse, battery, car theft and prior drug offenses.

He was also accused of assault and battery last year, but pleaded not guilty. It was not clear if or how that case was resolved.

In June of this year Castaneda was charged with eight counts of vandalism on behalf of a criminal street gang but pleaded not guilty.

Whitney told reporters on Thursday that police had previously gone to Castaneda's Garden Grove apartment to deal with a child custody issue. The suspect's mother had been living with him and had once asked police how she could evict her son, he said.

Whitney said Castaneda stabbed two men to death during a confrontation after he allegedly burglarized their apartment. Police said Castaneda lives in the same Garden Grove apartment complex as his stabbing victims.

One of the victims at the apartment was identified by police as Romanian immigrant Helmuth Hauprich, 62. Hauprich's son, Erwin, told The Associated Press that his father had called him and said his passport, green card, sword collection and even a dining table were taken from the apartment.

Erwin Hauprich said his father never called him back and he went to check on him after hearing there had been a stabbing at the complex.

A police officer told him that Helmuth Hauprich had been taken to the hospital, where he died, the son said. He said he was told his father's 63-year-old roommate, who has not yet been identified, was killed in the apartment.

Whitney told reporters a bakery also was robbed where Castaneda allegedly threatened a clerk with either a gun or a knife and took cash.

Zachary Castaneda

Zachary Castaneda (Garden Grove Police Department)

The bakery owner, Dona Beltran, said she was sitting in her car charging her cellphone when she saw a tattooed man get out of a Mercedes and go inside the business. Beltran, 45, followed him inside to offer help but kept quiet when she saw him trying to open the cash register.

She then ran out of the shop and yelled she was being robbed before taking refuge in a nearby dental office, she said. He ended up taking the entire register with him, which had about $200, she said.

"I saved myself because I was in the car," she said in Spanish on Thursday. "Thank God I am alive."

Dona Beltran, owner of M Bakery is seen behind her bakery counter in Garden Grove, Calif., Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. She said the suspect came in late Wednesday afternoon and took the entire cash register. She said she ran to a nearby dental office to safety when she saw she was being robbed. 

Dona Beltran, owner of M Bakery is seen behind her bakery counter in Garden Grove, Calif., Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. She said the suspect came in late Wednesday afternoon and took the entire cash register. She said she ran to a nearby dental office to safety when she saw she was being robbed.  (AP Photo/Amy Taxin)

Castaneda also robbed an insurance business, where the 54-year-old woman was stabbed several times and “almost killed,” Whitney said.

"She fought as best she could," said the lieutenant, who added that Castaneda was armed with “some sort of machete knives” when he confronted the woman and got away with cash.

He then went to a check-cashing business next door, according to Whitney, where an employee “threw cash at the suspect.” He then took off again.

Police said shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Castaneda drove up to a Chevron gas station, where he attacked a 44-year-old man pumping gas “for no reason.”

“There was no robbery,” said Whitney, who added that the victim was stabbed in the back and “his nose was nearly severed off his face,”

Whitney said undercover detectives tracked Castaneda’s silver Mercedes to the parking lot of the 7-Eleven in Santa Ana and within a minute of their arrival, the suspect, who police said was covered in blood, walked out of the store, carrying a large knife and a gun that he had cut from the belt of a security guard he allegedly stabbed to death shortly before.

Police ordered Castaneda to drop his weapons and he complied.

Jutu posted:

California gang member in custody after stabbing, robbery spree that killed 4, wounded 2: police

 

A “documented gang member,” who police said "should have been in prison," was responsible for a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in Southern California that killed four people and injured two, authorities said Thursday.

Garden Grove Police Chief Tom DaRé told reporters that Zachary Castaneda "could have injured or killed many other people" had he not been apprehended as he walked out of a convenience store in the neighboring city of Santa Ana, dropping a knife and a gun he had taken from a security guard he had just killed.

Police told reporters the violence appeared to be “random," with Garden Grove police Lt. Carl Whitney adding that Castaneda was "violent" with detectives who attempted to interview him Wednesday night and was kept in restraints.

"He never told us why he did this," Whitney said.

The night before he told reporters, "We know this guy was full of anger."

Police said the violence unfolded across eight crime scenes in Garden Grove and Santa Ana, including an apartment complex, a bakery, an insurance office, a gas station and a Subway restaurant. The attacker and four of his alleged victims were described as Hispanic, the other two were described as Caucasian.

The two people who were injured in the attacks, a 44-year-old Hispanic man and a 54-year-old Hispanic woman, had undergone surgeries and were listed in stable condition.

 

Castaneda has a conviction for possession of meth for sale while armed with an assault rifle, police said, adding that investigators were still putting together his entire criminal history. Officials didn't specify what crimes sent Castaneda to prison or when he was released, but the chief described the suspect as a "violent individual," who should "never have been considered for early release" from prison.

 

“Based upon his prior arrest record, he is a violent individual who should have never been considered for early release based upon Assembly Bill 109.”

The bill, enacted in 2011, was designed to transfer people convicted of certain classes of less serious felonies from state prison to local county jails.

DaRé went on to say, “As a police chief I implore our policymakers to reevaluate their policies on criminal justice.”

DaRé said California law enforcement agencies have been “crippled” by Assembly Bill 109 and “offenders are not being held accountable for their crimes.”

Fox News has reviewed Castaneda’s court records in Orange County and discovered he has a long criminal history dating back to 2004, which includes convictions for child abuse, battery, car theft and prior drug offenses.

He was also accused of assault and battery last year, but pleaded not guilty. It was not clear if or how that case was resolved.

In June of this year Castaneda was charged with eight counts of vandalism on behalf of a criminal street gang but pleaded not guilty.

Whitney told reporters on Thursday that police had previously gone to Castaneda's Garden Grove apartment to deal with a child custody issue. The suspect's mother had been living with him and had once asked police how she could evict her son, he said.

Whitney said Castaneda stabbed two men to death during a confrontation after he allegedly burglarized their apartment. Police said Castaneda lives in the same Garden Grove apartment complex as his stabbing victims.

One of the victims at the apartment was identified by police as Romanian immigrant Helmuth Hauprich, 62. Hauprich's son, Erwin, told The Associated Press that his father had called him and said his passport, green card, sword collection and even a dining table were taken from the apartment.

Erwin Hauprich said his father never called him back and he went to check on him after hearing there had been a stabbing at the complex.

A police officer told him that Helmuth Hauprich had been taken to the hospital, where he died, the son said. He said he was told his father's 63-year-old roommate, who has not yet been identified, was killed in the apartment.

Whitney told reporters a bakery also was robbed where Castaneda allegedly threatened a clerk with either a gun or a knife and took cash.

Zachary Castaneda

Zachary Castaneda (Garden Grove Police Department)

The bakery owner, Dona Beltran, said she was sitting in her car charging her cellphone when she saw a tattooed man get out of a Mercedes and go inside the business. Beltran, 45, followed him inside to offer help but kept quiet when she saw him trying to open the cash register.

She then ran out of the shop and yelled she was being robbed before taking refuge in a nearby dental office, she said. He ended up taking the entire register with him, which had about $200, she said.

"I saved myself because I was in the car," she said in Spanish on Thursday. "Thank God I am alive."

Dona Beltran, owner of M Bakery is seen behind her bakery counter in Garden Grove, Calif., Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. She said the suspect came in late Wednesday afternoon and took the entire cash register. She said she ran to a nearby dental office to safety when she saw she was being robbed. 

Dona Beltran, owner of M Bakery is seen behind her bakery counter in Garden Grove, Calif., Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. She said the suspect came in late Wednesday afternoon and took the entire cash register. She said she ran to a nearby dental office to safety when she saw she was being robbed.  (AP Photo/Amy Taxin)

Castaneda also robbed an insurance business, where the 54-year-old woman was stabbed several times and “almost killed,” Whitney said.

"She fought as best she could," said the lieutenant, who added that Castaneda was armed with “some sort of machete knives” when he confronted the woman and got away with cash.

He then went to a check-cashing business next door, according to Whitney, where an employee “threw cash at the suspect.” He then took off again.

Police said shortly after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Castaneda drove up to a Chevron gas station, where he attacked a 44-year-old man pumping gas “for no reason.”

“There was no robbery,” said Whitney, who added that the victim was stabbed in the back and “his nose was nearly severed off his face,”

Whitney said undercover detectives tracked Castaneda’s silver Mercedes to the parking lot of the 7-Eleven in Santa Ana and within a minute of their arrival, the suspect, who police said was covered in blood, walked out of the store, carrying a large knife and a gun that he had cut from the belt of a security guard he allegedly stabbed to death shortly before.

Police ordered Castaneda to drop his weapons and he complied.

He will be released after he explains he found the knife and it went off by accident.

Shouldn't we be protesting everywhere the democrats speak and have their fundraisers...and boycotting?

Trump fundraiser in New York's summer playground for the rich prompted a protest across the country at a West Hollywood Equinox.

The protest Friday evening came after Equinox owner Stephen Ross -- also the owner of the Miami Dolphins -- hosted a fundraiser for the president at his Hamptons estate.

Dozens of people gathered outside the gym Friday evening to urge a boycott of the gym and Ross’ other fitness brand, SoulCycle, Fox 11 Los Angeles reported Saturday.

“I was a member of this gym, I’m tired of them taking my money and turning around and supporting a candidate who doesn’t [support] me and my community,” a protester said, according to the station.

“It's not right,” Stills said. “Our country is in a rough place right now. I think there are other candidates he could support, but it's not about Democrat or Republican. It's about why are you trying to help this man raise money to continue to do the things he has been doing.”

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Says the man that refuses to stand for the National Anthem!

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills kneels during the national anthem before the team's preseason NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019, in Miami Gardens, Fla. [AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

MSNBC guest tells people not to 'negotiate' with Trump supporters: 'You destroy them'

Above the Law executive editor Elie Mystal told MSNBC viewers Sunday that they should try to "destroy" President Trump's supporters at the ballot box.

"You don't communicate it to them -- you beat them. Beat them. They are not a majority of this country. The majority of white people in this country are not a majority of the country," Mystal said while appearing on MSNBC's "AM Joy." "And all the people who are not fooled by this need to come together, go to the polls, go to the protests, do whatever you have to do. You do not negotiate with these people -- you destroy them."

Mystal previously called for "pitchforks and torches" outside of Ross' home on Long Island where he was scheduled to hold a pricey fundraiser for Trump this weekend.

"I've been to the Hamptons, it's very nice. There's no reason it has to be," he said. "There's no reason he should be able to have a nice little party. There's no reason why people shouldn't be able to be outside of his house and making their voices peacefully understood."

 

 

Jutu posted:

“It's not right,” Stills said. “Our country is in a rough place right now. I think there are other candidates he could support, but it's not about Democrat or Republican. It's about why are you trying to help this man raise money to continue to do the things he has been doing.”

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Says the man that refuses to stand for the National Anthem!

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills kneels during the national anthem before the team's preseason NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019, in Miami Gardens, Fla. [AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

These types are too stupid to vote anyway. He's nothing but Democrat
with marching orders till the day he dies.
 
You want to hear some sputting, studding, spitting and ya know ya know
if asked just what things is the man been doing ??
 
He can't answer because he doesn't know and hasn't been told what to say.
Jack Hammer posted:
Jutu posted:

“It's not right,” Stills said. “Our country is in a rough place right now. I think there are other candidates he could support, but it's not about Democrat or Republican. It's about why are you trying to help this man raise money to continue to do the things he has been doing.”

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Says the man that refuses to stand for the National Anthem!

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills kneels during the national anthem before the team's preseason NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019, in Miami Gardens, Fla. [AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

These types are too stupid to vote anyway. He's nothing but Democrat
with marching orders till the day he dies.
 
You want to hear some sputting, studding, spitting and ya know ya know
if asked just what things is the man been doing ??
 
He can't answer because he doesn't know and hasn't been told what to say.

So, wait. You can answer because you've been told what to say?

An Alabama McDonald’s employee was reportedly fired after insulting a police officer at the restaurant's drive-thru window earlier this week.

According to a Facebook post that appears to have been deleted, a manager at the McDonald's in Andalusia made rude comments to the officer while he was paying for his food.

 

“What occurred does not reflect the values of our brand, our franchise, or the love and admiration we have demonstrated consistently for our friends in law enforcement and first responders," Murphy Family Restaurants spokesman Eddie Byrd was quoted as saying. "We express our sincerest apology."

"As a department, we don’t hold McDonald’s responsible for one employee’s action," Andalusia Police Chief Paul Hudson was also quoted as saying. "We want all of those who were upset when they learned about the incident to know McDonald’s immediately took action to correct the problem."

While the original post appears to have been deleted, several local news outlets quoted from it. A local radio station shared the post, which is attributed to a local police officer.

The post reportedly claimed that when the officer went to pay at the drive-thru window, the woman working the register allegedly went to get a manager in order to provide a discount for law enforcement.

 

The post continues, “She walks off and returns with the manager and says ‘doesn’t Law Enforcement receive a discount?’ Her manager, [who] was a slender male don’t know his name and don’t care, stated ‘yea unfortunately we do.’ This kind of caught me off guard but I waited while he punched in his code and when he finished he glanced at me and said ‘I don’t like y’all.’ Needless to say I got my debit card and left and as of today I won’t eat Andalusia McDonalds on or off duty.”

 

A police officer in New Mexico posted a picture of a Burger King wrapper he claims to have received from a restaurant in Clovis. A cartoon pig is crudely drawn on the wrapper, and the photo bears the text, “When you order food in uniform.” Not only was the wrapper defaced, but the officer also claims that the food appeared to have been burned.

The photo was uploaded to Facebook by Timo Rosenthal. He captioned it, “Well, while on lunch break (and in uniform) I ordered food at Burger King and received this. The patties were burnt and the burger was of very poor quality. Guess that was the last time I eat at Burger King in Clovis, NM.”

In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for Burger King said, “What occurred is unacceptable and not in line with our brand values.  When made aware of the incident, the restaurant owner immediately reached out to the officer involved to apologize and terminated the team members involved.”

 

The statement continued to say what steps the restaurant is taking to make amends with local law enforcement. It says, “The restaurant is offering free meals to uniformed officers and will provide a catered lunch to the police department as a gesture of goodwill.”

 

The chief of the Clovis Police Department told KRQE that he is “disappointed” that a law enforcement officer was treated in “a disrespectful and derogatory way.”

Jutu posted:

A police officer in New Mexico posted a picture of a Burger King wrapper he claims to have received from a restaurant in Clovis. A cartoon pig is crudely drawn on the wrapper, and the photo bears the text, “When you order food in uniform.” Not only was the wrapper defaced, but the officer also claims that the food appeared to have been burned.

The photo was uploaded to Facebook by Timo Rosenthal. He captioned it, “Well, while on lunch break (and in uniform) I ordered food at Burger King and received this. The patties were burnt and the burger was of very poor quality. Guess that was the last time I eat at Burger King in Clovis, NM.”

In a statement to Fox News, a spokesperson for Burger King said, “What occurred is unacceptable and not in line with our brand values.  When made aware of the incident, the restaurant owner immediately reached out to the officer involved to apologize and terminated the team members involved.”

 

The statement continued to say what steps the restaurant is taking to make amends with local law enforcement. It says, “The restaurant is offering free meals to uniformed officers and will provide a catered lunch to the police department as a gesture of goodwill.”

 

The chief of the Clovis Police Department told KRQE that he is “disappointed” that a law enforcement officer was treated in “a disrespectful and derogatory way.”

The team members involved may or may not be terminated, might be
swapped for another cockerroach from another BK or any fast food
s***hole over run by s***hole people.
I've boycotted all fast food except Chick fil a

 

A Democratic state senator from Illinois came under fire over the weekend after pictures were posted online showing his supporters at a fundraising event performing a mock assassination on President Trump.

“The tolerant left,” wrote a Facebook user in response to the incident.

View image on Twitter

Photos posted by a woman who witnessed the mock assassination on Friday night show supporters of Sen. Martin Sandoval, who represents Illinois’ 11th District — including parts of Chicago — acting out in front of guests, according to WCIA.

One of them can be seen pointing a fake machine gun at a man wearing a Trump mask and Mexican costume. The individual appears to simulate being shot — grabbing his chest and leaning back.

In another photo, Sandoval can bee seen standing next to the person holding the gun.

“Why is this ok?” a Facebook user asked. “I am sickened.”

 

I left out the biggest one in the title....the most RACIST. All of a sudden they don't like the word hijack? What's she trying to tell us? What if he had countered with "no, black people that think like you are the problem"?

 

Liberal CNN commentator Angela Rye had a fiery exchange with a Republican strategist during a panel discussion Monday night, telling him that "white men who think like you" are the "greatest terrorist threat in this country."

The conversation began when GOP campaign veteran Patrick Griffin argued that President Trump should "play the lottery" since Reps. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., brought new attention to their relationship with Isreal.

However, Rye appeared to take offense after Griffin claimed that the "Squad" has "hijacked" the Democratic Party from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.

“It’s so interesting that you use the term — the only two Muslim women in Congress, the term you chose to use, sir, is ‘hijacking,'” Rye said.

"It has nothing to do with whether they're Muslim or not," Griffin responded. "Nothing to do with that... They've hijacked from their own principles."

“That’s a real interesting word choice, and you understand why,” Rye talked over the panelist. “You can talk over me all you want to but the bottom line is the greatest terrorist threat in this country is white men, white men who think like you. That is the greatest terrorist threat in this country.”

 

And yet the the White terrorist have built the most sought after real
estate on earth, the most popular country to break into for breaking
our laws without fear of penalty. And now returned to the most
powerful and successful country on the planet, all for you undeserving 
squatters who hate the US but like free ****.  
Created by White Europeans solely responsible for the global freedom
the world lives in today speaking more languages than just German.
 
Your Welcome
Jack Hammer posted:
And yet the the White terrorist have built the most sought after real
estate on earth, the most popular country to break into for breaking
our laws without fear of penalty. And now returned to the most
powerful and successful country on the planet, all for you undeserving 
squatters who hate the US but like free ****.  
Created by White Europeans solely responsible for the global freedom
the world lives in today speaking more languages than just German.
 
Your Welcome

Now that they've ruined it they want us to save it for them.

Hasan Piker, a contributor with the left-wing "Young Turks" network, unleashed a vulgar rant on Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, a Navy SEAL veteran whom Piker claimed lost his eye to a "brave" soldier.

Crenshaw, who now wears an eyepatch, lost his eye in an IED explosion while serving in Afghanistan. Piker appeared to be describing the Mujahideen, guerilla fighters in Islamic countries, as "brave."

Piker took issue with an interview in which Crenshaw apparently commented on foreign policy in a way that deeply upset Piker.

His rant is too obscene to post.

Crenshaw responded on Wednesday night, laughing at Piker's outrage and suggesting the liberal commentator was spewing a "weird terrorist fantasy."

"Lol sorry for triggering you Hasan. You’re no Pete Davidson, stop trying so hard." After his election in 2018, Crenshaw faced mockery from Davidson, a "Saturday Night Live" actor.

 


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