Alabama’s Auburn University Cancels Anti-Trump Speech by Richard Spencer

Normally, an anti-Trump speech would be welcome on any college campus in America.

But Richard Spencer is not a man of the left, but a man of the right who supported President Trump until he hit Syria with a barrage of Tomahawk missiles.

Auburn claims it is canceling Spencer’s talk because of threats to public safety. That’s bullsh*t.

On the one hand, it’s not Spencer that has ever threatened anyone. The threat is from the leftist antifa. Giving in to antifa thugs is never a good idea. They’ve beat up Trump supporters before. They tried to disrupt the inauguration.

On the other hand, Spencer is not a white supremacist, but a white identitarian. There is a huge difference. White identity is simply the idea that whites must unite politically to promote their interests in the same way that Chicanos, blacks, and other groups do. White identity is also an intellectual force that defends Western culture and civilization. The university is undoubted afraid that Spencer will make some converts by having a reasoned discussion of his ideas.

Reuters

Alabama’s Auburn University on Friday canceled a campus speech by Richard Spencer, a white U.S. nationalist best known for drawing Nazi-like salutes at a party to celebrate President Donald Trump’s election last year, citing safety concerns.

Auburn said it decided to drop Spencer’s visit scheduled for Tuesday evening “based on legitimate concerns and credible evidence that it will jeopardize the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors.”

The university, located in the city of the same name in Alabama, did not elaborate on its safety concerns, and school officials could not be reached for further comment.

Spencer, 38, said he was incensed over the cancellation and considered it an attack on his right to free speech.

“I’m absolutely disgusted,” Spencer told Reuters. “That’s the only way to put it.”

Spencer, who leads the National Policy Institute, a white supremacist and nationalist think tank, said his organization paid about $700 to rent a room at the university for the speech and spent an additional $2,200 for security.

Spencer said Auburn was aware of the violent threats and protests that typically follow him to his speaking engagements.

When Spencer spoke at Texas A&M University in December, some 1,000 people gathered in protest. In January, he was hit in the face by a protestor during a televised interview in Washington.

Auburn had been criticized on social media by students and parents who said the university was supporting hate speech by allowing Spencer to visit. In response, the university said in a statement on Wednesday that it strongly deplored Spencer’s views, but it would uphold his right to speak.

After the cancellation, Spencer said he would give the speech at another location in Auburn on Tuesday. He did not say where.

Spencer said his talk would touch on free speech issues but mainly focus on his newfound opposition to Trump.

Spencer and other white nationalists soured on the Republican president after the recent U.S. bomb attacks in Syria and Afghanistan. “We are a true oppositional force,” Spencer said.

An outspoken supporter of Trump in the 2016 campaign, Spencer rose from relative obscurity in the days after the Nov. 8 election. Widely circulated video footage showed some Trump supporters giving Nazi-style salutes to Spencer during a gathering in Washington to celebrate the Republican candidate’s victory.

In an interview with the New York Times shortly after the incident, Trump condemned the conference organized by Spencer.

Those Nazi style salutes referred to in the article were few in number and Spence did not himself perform any kind of salute. Meanwhile, there’s not a word in this biased, slanted article that mentions that the antifa often give Communist clinched fist salutes.

When they’re not punching somebody out.

DO YOU EVER HEAR ABOUT BERNIE SANDERS MAKING THE COMMUNIST SALUTE?

Not A Nice Person: Defeated Hillary Clinton’s Rage

THE SHAME. MODELING SHOES FOR KATY PERRY.

We already knew that Hillary Clinton is a witch. But we’d all like to see her reputation for meanness grow. It’s happening.

Her anger when she lost the Michigan primary to Bernie Sanders offers some more dirt on Mrs. Clinton and Bill too.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

Hillary Clinton was ‘so mad she couldn’t think straight’ after being humiliated in the Michigan Democratic primary.

The failed Presidential candidate attacked her aides with a ‘potent mix of exhaustion and exasperation’ after the embarrassing loss to her rival Bernie Sanders in March last year.

Clinton’s top staff said she was ‘visibly, unflinchingly p***ed off at us’ and blamed them for making her look ‘vulnerable’.

During another tirade Bill Clinton took over and gave aides an ‘a** chewing’ on the phone and told them to ‘do their d**n jobs’.

The details of the rows show the tensions at the top of Clinton’s presidential campaign, tensions that she did her best to keep quiet during the election.

They are revealed in ‘Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign’, which is out next week and delivers the scathing verdict that her campaign was ‘living in denial’.

The book says that neither Clinton nor her husband ‘could accept the simple fact that Hillary had hamstrung her own campaign and dealt the most serious blow to her own presidential aspirations’.

An extract of the book was published by The Hill which said it showed that Clinton’s campaign was ‘plagued by bickering’.

‘Shattered’, which is by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes and is published by Crown, tells how Clinton had one of her most severe meltdowns on March 9 last year.

The night before she had narrowly lost to Sanders in the Michigan primary 49 per cent to 48 per cent.

Sanders’ victory was a shock as not one single poll had him ahead of her going into the vote and some – among them blogger 538 – predicted he would lose with a 99 per cent certainty

But Sanders’ anti free trade message struck a chord in the state that relies on auto manufacturing.

The victory showed that Clinton was not going to dispatch him quickly as she had hoped and showed she would have to spend months and tens of millions of dollars fighting him off for the Democratic Presidential nomination.

According to ‘Shattered’, the loss in Michigan upended Clinton’s preparations for her fourth debate with Sanders – so she turned on her staff instead.

The book says that losing Michigan ‘robbed her of a prime opportunity to put Sanders down for good but also exposed several of her weaknesses’.

In a morning conference call her staff had set up to let her vent her frustration, Clinton fumed: ‘We haven’t made our case. We haven’t framed the choice. We haven’t done the politics’.

On aide who was in the room for the ‘humiliating’ scene said: ‘She was visibly, unflinchingly p***ed off at us as a group. And she let us know she felt that way’.

The staffers tried to make their own points – some of which Clinton agreed with.

They said that she had used the wrong message for Michigan and refused to speak out against free trade as Sanders had done.

They did not have enough organizers on the ground, their polling was too positive and they did not even know Sanders was ahead.

The staffers said that they had focused too much on minority voters instead of whites, even though whites voted heavily for Clinton in 2008 during her previous failed run for the Presidency against Barack Obama.

Clinton had hardly slept the night before, turning over in her mind how her campaign had made ‘poor choices’ about where they had traveled too.

She emailed Robby Mook, her communications director, to say they had spent too much time in Detroit and Flint and not enough in the white working class suburbs around them.

The morning conference was Mook’s attempt to settle Clinton down but it left her ‘more perplexed and angry’.

The comments at the Daily Mail were nearly unanimous in their distaste for Mrs. Clinton.

Here are a few Hillary memes I used last year:

(((Bernie Sanders))) hilariously rails against Americans ‘worshiping wealth’

American Thinker

A man who owns 3 homes – including a recent purchase of a $600,000 vacation home – took to Twitter yesterday to criticize Americans because we’re a nation that “worships wealth rather than caring for the poor.”

In response, the snark was running hot and heavy as the twitterverse destroyed the socialist Senator from Vermont.

Sometimes, you must bow to the absurd. But the absurdity of Sanders claiming we worship wealth while he lives like a king was just too good a target to pass up.

Even more amazing, I would bet that Sanders was unaware of his hypocrisy when he sent out that tweet. It never crossed his mind that people would conclude he worships wealth because he has 3 homes. He considers himself above all that money grubbing. He deserves what he’s got because his more moral, more high minded, and just better than the rest of us.

And liberals complain about Trump’s denial of reality?

American Thinker and the Tweeters all missed an important point while having fun showing the hypocrisy of the greedy Jew Senator.

That point is that government has no business telling us what we should or should not “worship” nor what we should or should not do with money that we earned through the sweat of our brow.

Bernie would take money from the productive and give it to the breeders, the layabouts, and the lazy. That’s just like a Jew so long as it isn’t their money.

My shot at Bernie was probably shadowbanned, but here it is:

(((Bernie Sanders))) Attack on Trump DESTROYED in One Simple Tweet

Twitter is a leftist sewer, with Trump supporters and so-called white racists constantly being banned. Black racists get a pass. But somehow the truth comes through from time to time.

I saw this when Ann Coulter retweeted it.

trump clapping gif

Lefties Try to Pin #BLMKidnapping on Donald Trump

They’re just kids and everybody knows that blacks cannot be racist. Wake up, muh niggaz, dem kids dindu nuffins.

New York Post via archive.is

Some news panelists are rushing to the defense of the four black people in Chicago who kidnapped and tortured a mentally disabled white man — saying the savage attack was not, in fact, a hate crime and that Donald Trump is ultimately to blame.

NBC News correspondent Ron Mott and CNN political commentator Symone Sanders have both gone on the air and claimed that they believe the suspects were simply acting out of stupidity, rather than racism.

“You look at it on the surface, you think kids can make some really poor decisions from time to time,” Mott said Thursday during an interview with MSNBC’s Craig Melvin. “They made so many errors, if they were truly trying to be criminal, to obviously broadcast your crime is not a smart thing to do.”

Speaking during a panel discussing on Wednesday night, Sanders argued that the suspects’ actions were the result of a hate-filled election season — and that the media should be blaming President-elect Trump for stirring up emotions of anger and hostility in people across the country.

“I just want to remind folks that we cannot sit here and ignore that — at least for the last year on very public display — the worst parts of America have been brought from the fringe into the mainstream,” the former Bernie Sanders spokesman explained. “That affects people on both sides. We’ve talked about white nationalists and white supremacists and the KKK, but there also, when this inflammatory rhetoric is out there, when someone is repeatedly telling you that your community is the worst of the worst, it brings out the worst of the worst in people.”

The four suspects — identified as Jordan Hill, 18; Tesfaye Cooper; 18; Brittany Covington, 18; and Tanishia Covington, 24 — were each charged with a hate crime on Thursday along with felony aggravated kidnapping, aggravated unlawful restraint and aggravated battery.
But Sanders said she believes the attack — in which the four accused suspects yelled f**k Donald Trump” and “f**k white people” — was being completely mislabeled.

“That is not a hate crime,” she said. “Hate crimes are because of a person’s racial ethnicity, their religion, their gender, a disability, it isn’t your political leanings, because someone doesn’t like your political leanings and they do something bad to you, that is not a hate crime.”

While Sanders refused to admit that the suspects appeared to target their victim because of his skin color, Mott said it could appear so. But he feels their actions were those of criminals, and not racists.

“When you add in the criminal element here, the fact that they stole someone’s vehicle, the fact that they apparently broke into a house where this alleged attack took place, the fact that they, you know, physically harmed this young person, held him against his will and then apparently, you know, texted the parents demanding some sort of monetary exchange to send him home, it goes beyond just stupid decisions by kids,” Mott said.

No one wants to see these fools on CNN. They have nothing to say. They just babble on to fill air time:

Where we’re at is that whites have had a wake up call. It was bad for victim Austin, but good for the pro-white movement.

Negro hatred of whites has been exposed clearly as has the media and leftist response, which is always of the “they dindu nuffins” variety.

Liberals are blaming Trump, while conservatives are blaming Obama.

Wrong!

It’s genetics. You’re seeing black feral genes in action. Without Trump or Obama, the vicious brutality would still have come out.

It can’t be fixed by changing the occupant of the White House.

Woman Claims that Jesus was a Negroid Cultural Marxist

DAMN! JESUS WAS ONE HANDSOME NIGGA.

A woman who says she’s not a Jew writes that Jesus would stand by and watch every shred of decency in a Christian culture be obliterated.

Jesus, you see, was a Negroid cultural Marxist.

Don’t laugh. The Pope probably agrees with her.

A Gentle Reminder That Jesus Was A Brown Middle Eastern Refugee Who Would Not Have Voted For Trump

Sara Benincasa
Comedian and author. My latest book is Real Artists Have Day Jobs http://amzn.to/1JWsgxy

SARA BENINCASA.

He might have flipped over some tables at Mar-a-Lago, though.

Jesus was a brown Middle Eastern refugee child of Jews (Islam didn’t exist yet, something I had to point out to a guy who said “well they weren’t Radical Islamists”) who was born in a stable because there was no room at the inn. We’re clear on that, right? That’s the origin story of our nation’s favorite superhero.

And then he grew up to offer free healthcare and protest against a colonial occupying power as well as its manipulative local patsies. We get that, right?

And he died, murdered by conservatives who preached the rule of a police state over compassionate humanity. You understand that’s what you learned in church, right? That’s what that story is about.

Jesus was a lot of things. He was not a conservative.

Many folks rightly point out that the Bible is an assembly of myths and fables and stories that cannot be proven true. It’s been edited over and over and over again by countless folks (read: men, mostly) and it’s been a political tool from the very start. But if you say, “Who cares about the Bible?” my response is, “Most folks in the US of A, actually.” Believers are a vast and diverse group. Many of them are progressive, liberal, or moderate. And when the GOP is run by charlatans who wield the name of Christ as a weapon, the Bible does matter. Very much.

Mind you, I’m not sure if Jesus would’ve voted at all. He probably would’ve been off somewhere with Doctors Without Borders, bringing medicine to the most vulnerable people in the world. (And you can donate to them here.) Or perhaps he would’ve been building homes for Syrian refugee children. Probably would’ve been doing something wonderful for poor children, is what I’m saying. Unlike Donald Trump, to whom the Lord would’ve likely had something to say about a camel going through the eye of a needle.

I am 100% sure he would not have voted for a guy who talks about how impoverished Mexican economic refugees are “rapists.” He wouldn’t have voted for the guy who talks about grabbing “pussy,” sexually assaulting women, sexually harassing women, and so on and so forth. I’m pretty sure of that. Jesus wasn’t a slut-shamer and he wasn’t a body-shamer. Too busy healing the sick kids with the free healthcare and the such. Plus, he was kind to women, even women folks denigrated or shunned. He treated them like humans. He stood up for scared, vulnerable people. And he never said a word about men who fall in love with men or women who fall in love with women.

On a personal note: if you come at me using the Bible as a prop to spew your xenophobia, your racism, your stupidity, your hatred of science and reason, your rage at the existence of poor folks who don’t look like you, and your woman-hating bullshit, I will take it from you and smack you back. I may as well use my childhood indoctrination for some good. It delights me when they look at a queer feminist progressive and think I can’t play. I used to win Bible challenges in catechism class all the time. I was raised on this shit.

P.S. I’m sorry, evangelical conservatives: some Catholics actually DO read the Bible. More than one Bible, actually. I know it’s weird.

Sorry, I get my theology from serious male theologians who’ve spent their lives studying religion. I don’t get my theology from women comedians.

As much as I wished the writer of this hate speech were an ugly freak like Lena Dunham or Rosie O’Donnell, she’s not. In fact, she’s pretty attractuve.

I know. That makes me a sexist pig to say that.

So, remembering that she’s not a Jew, would you be interested, guys? I would be. If I could figure out a way to shut her up.

Faith Spotted Eagle Received More Electoral Votes Than Embarrassing Green Party Candidate (((Jill Stein)))

FAITH SPOTTED EAGLE. THE PIPELINE PROTESTER RECEIVED ONE VOTE.

Jill Stein ran for president. Faith Spotted Eagle didn’t run. She still got an electoral vote as did Ron Paul and several others.

The state map is a little out of date, but offers a visual reminder of how the Electoral College vote went on Monday.

270towin.com

December 19, 2016

Donald J. Trump was confirmed as president-elect today by members of the Electoral College, winning at least 304 electoral votes. Texas put Trump over the top as it cast its vote after 5PM ET today. 304 is likely to be Trump’s final number, as the three states yet to vote – California, Nevada and Hawaii – were won by Hillary Clinton on Election Day. Should those electors all vote as pledged, Clinton will end up with 228 votes.

In the end, there wasn’t a lot of drama in the vote. There were 6 faithless electors, however, including 4 in Washington and two in Texas. While a small number, this is the highest number of faithless electors for president since the 19th century. There were attempts by electors in Colorado, Maine and Minnesota to cast faithless votes, but these were disallowed.

Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president at noon on January 20, 2017.

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The Washington Secretary of State is reporting 4 faithless electors in today’s ballot, with 8 votes going to Hillary Clinton, who won the popular vote there.

Three of the faithless electors voted for former Secretary of State Colin Powell, with one voting for Faith Spotted Eagle.

There have been other attempts today at electors voting other than pledged; these are apparently the first ones to be allowed.

Reason

The Electoral College voted today, bringing the weirdest election in generations to a suitably strange end. The final tally: 304 votes for Donald Trump, 227 for Hillary Clinton, three for Colin Powell, one for Ron Paul, one for Bernie Sanders, one for John Kasich, and one for anti-DAPL activist Faith Spotted Eagle. Trump was “supposed” to get 306, but two Republican electors in Texas broke with the pack, one voting for Kasich and one for Paul. Clinton was “supposed” to get 232, but four Democrats in Washington state and one in Hawaii decided to go rogue too. (The Sanders voter was the Hawaiian.)

The last time this many people showed up in the Electoral College results was 1796, and that was back when presidential and vice-presidential candidates were selected from the same vote.

Clinton would have had an even lower total if three states hadn’t reeled in their rebels. A Democratic elector in Maine initially voted for Sanders, but his ballot was ruled improper so he changed his choice. An elector in Minnesota tried to back Sanders too, but the authorities replaced him with a pro-Clinton alternate. And a Colorado elector tried to vote for Kasich, but he was bumped by an alternate as well. In Texas, meanwhile, one elector resigned rather than vote for Trump. There too, a substitute was found.

Here’s Ron Paul weighing in on the issue of whether to abolish the Electoral College: