Ungrateful Illegal Invaders Disrupt Nancy Pelosi’s DACA Press Conference

Five minutes of idiotic, organized shouting. These subhumans are not civilized and can never be civilized. Arrest, then deport. These f*cks need to be reined in by any means necessary. Watch! Five minutes.

The ungrateful wretches are sh*tting in their own milkpail, as Nancy and her Demoncrats would legalize all of them in a second to get their votes.


A group of illegal aliens calling themselves the “Immigration Liberation Movement” crashed a press conference by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Monday, warning the Democratic Party not to “sell [us] out.”

The group shouted down Rep. Pelosi, who struggled to maintain control of the meeting, and unfurled a large banner calling for all illegal aliens to be legalized.

Others held up signs, including: “Fight 4 All 11 Million,” referring to the estimated total of all illegal aliens in the U.S.

In the “mic check” call-and-response style popularized by the Occupy Wall Street protests in 2011, the activists declared:

We remember all too well how for eight years the Democrats laid siege to our communities, raiding and deporting nearly three million people, of our family members and loved ones. Where was your resistance then? Ms. Pelosi, did you think we would forget? We send a clear message to our fellow undocumented youth and community: We are the resistance to Trump! Not the Democrats!

The activists also chanted “Brown power!” In a show of “intersectionality” — solidarity among left-wing groups — they also chanted “Trans lives matter!” and other slogans, while Pelosi stood silently behind the throng.

“You met with Trump, and you call that resistance?” they shouted in unison.

Watch Pelosi praise these ***holes before they shout her down again. One minute.

Earlier, Pelosi had spoken at the podium with community leaders and fellow members of Congress from the Bay Area in support of her legislative push for a bill that would legalize the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

President Donald Trump canceled DACA earlier this month, but left Congress a six-month window in which to find a legislative solution for the roughly 800,000 DACA beneficiaries. Pelosi said that she wanted the “DREAM Act,” a long-dormant Democratic Party bill that goes much further than DACA, “to be the basis of how we go forward.”

“We’re not giving up our fight to protect America’s dreamers,” she said.

However, she could not speak over the protests. “It’s clear you don’t want any answers,” she said.

As if to support her point, activists chanted: “All of us — or none of us,” meaning that they would only accept full amnesty for all illegal aliens, not just DACA beneficiaries.

Watch Tucker Carlson blast illegals as he brings an illegal on his show, at Fox News Insider.

Ben Shapiro Delivers Plain Old-Fashioned Conservative Message While Touting “Race Doesn’t Matter” Nonsense


I’ll bet you can’t wait for your local schools to be privatized.

Or maybe tax cuts are the most important thing in your life.

I didn’t get to listen to Ben Shapiro’s whole talk because of interruptions, but it seemed to me that it was nothing more than old-fashioned conservative talking points.

The USA could be 100 percent African or Mestizo and it would still be the USA according to Ben, because the country wasn’t founded on ethnicity, but rather upon the Constitution.

I’m never sure whether these kinds of conservatives are stupid, evil, or both. Ann Coulter is willing to acknowledge that the country would go Communist if nonwhites were in charge, but not Ben. He seems to think that nonwhites just need to be made citizens and then they’ll be loyal to Old Glory and the Founding Fathers.

My best guess is that (((Shapiro))) is controlled opposition whose task it is to deflect attention away from the issues of white genocide, white identity, and white nationalism.

Excerpt from the Los Angeles Times

As conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spoke at UC Berkeley on Thursday, a large group of demonstrators marched around the campus amid intense security triggered by a recent series of violent clashes between far-left and far-right protesters.

Berkeley police warned drivers to expect traffic delays in the area, where large swaths of the campus were closed off by law enforcement officers, many dressed in riot gear.

Authorities arrested at least three people for carrying banned weapons. Before the event, police temporarily banned sticks, pipes, poles and anything else they said could be used to riot.

One of the three held, 20-year-old Hannah Benjamin, was also arrested on suspicion of battery on a police officer, Berkeley police said.

Demonstrators appeared otherwise peaceful. Messages of resistance — “We don’t want your racist hate” — were scrawled on sidewalks in chalk.

Video posted on social media showed two officers confiscating a man’s poster because it was attached to a wooden stick, which the officers said they considered a weapon.

“Hey, if you get another sign, you can’t have a stick on it, OK?” one of the officers told the man.

It remained unclear whether far-right and so-called antifa, or anti-fascist, agitators would show up.

Inside Zellerbach Hall, hundreds of students cheered as Shapiro gave his talk, which he titled “Say No to Campus Thuggery.”

He scoffed at the demonstrators outside protesting fascism and the counseling services administrators offered to students stressed by his arrival.

“I have spent my entire career standing up to fascism,” he told the crowd. “Antifa is fascist. I am not a fascist.”

If someone required counseling because of his speech, he said, “it was a mistake for you to have foregone psychiatric treatment” long ago.

Several weeks ago, far-left forces attacked several far-right demonstrators in Berkeley, sparking arrests and much debate about the line between protest and criminal behavior. Earlier this year, protesters set fires and forced the abrupt cancellation of a talk by conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos.

As police officers cleared out a section of campus around Zellerbach Hall where Shapiro was set to talk, students said they were weary of the next chapter after six months of protests on and around campus.

Juanna Falcon, a 20-year-old junior studying environmental economics, said she was going to skip the talk. The whole situation, she said, had disturbed the learning environment on the campus.

“I guess there is a limit to free speech,” she said. “Hearing out a speaker, that’s OK. Sometime I just wonder if all this security enforcement really does something or does it just draw more attention.”

Campus officials said they are spending $600,000 on security for Thursday’s event.

Sophomore Katelyn Tupen said the Berkeley College Republicans had the right to host a controversial speaker. But she wasn’t a fan of the campus shutdown.

“I got to study for my calculus midterm tomorrow,” she said.

The Thursday event marks the start of a parade of right-wing speakers who may be coming to campus over the next month. They include former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon and right-wing provocateurs Ann Coulter and Yiannopoulos, who announced that they will appear as part of a “Free Speech Week” event on campus.

The Los Angeles Times reports that arrests now total nine people, while the cost of security for the event amounts to $600,000.

Anarchy in the Streets After Hurricane Irma Frees Prisoners and Sparks Mass Looting

As usual when things go awry and there are large numbers of blacks around, things have degenerated into chaos in the Caribbean and parts of Florida.

And again as usual, the white man is called upon to fix what’s broke.

If you call yourself a race realist, then be proud. You knew exactly what the situation would be like after Hurricane Irma. If you’re a liberal, go back to reading the garbage at the Huffington Post.


People say they are scared for their lives after looting broke out in several countries after Hurricane Irma spread.

Power has gone down for 7.2million homes and businesses in Florida meaning that there has been looting in the US as well as on Caribbean islands.

One man in the British Virgin Islands has resorted to carrying a knife around with him to protect himself as the situation teeters on the edge of losing control.

Between 100 and 120 inmates were said to have escape a prison on the Virgin Islands after the building was partially destroyed by Irma.

Meanwhile in the US police have taken to shaming looters they captured, taking a picture of them as they sit in a cell.

Miami Police Department posted a Facebook image of nine people zip-tied in jail with the caption: ‘Thinking about looting? Ask these guys how that turned out #stayindoors.’

Footage from St Martin (above) shows large-scale looting on the streets with people freely walking through town centres taking items.

More than two dozen have been arrested for looting across Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

Countless people were caught running from a Foot Locker carrying as many pairs of sneakers as they could.

Some were filmed arriving in the parking lot and getting out of their cars with huge plastic bags.

It comes after the mayor of Tampa locked down the city with a curfew and promised to be aggressive with looters.

Bob Buckhorn said on Sunday night: ‘There is nothing worse than taking advantage of your fellow citizens at a time like this. We will not tolerate in any way, shape or form anybody we catch engaged in criminal behaviour, particularly in the areas that have been hardest-hit by this hurricane.

‘If you are out on the street as of 6pm, we are going to challenge you and find out what you’re doing out there. It’s very important that everyone stay inside until we give the all-clear.’

People caught outside after 6pm could be arrested and face misdemeanour charges.

Widespread looting and violence against stranded hotel guests has also reportedly swept an island left crippled by Hurricane Irma.

Looters started raiding hotels and shops in St Maarten after the Category 5 storm battered the island on Wednesday.

Those remaining in the Dutch territory said the situation was like a ‘civil war’ as looters armed with guns and knives descended on vulnerable locations.

Dutch soldiers were deployed on Friday to help authorities on the island, who were struggling as communications were hit badly by the storm.

Yesterday, Prime Minister William Marlin said the island remains under curfew and that the looting has ‘subsided’.

Marlin said about 1,600 tourists who were on the island have been evacuated and efforts are being made to move 1,200 more.

On Friday, Massimiliano Napoliello, the manager of a bar in Maho Beach, made a desperate appeal to help families, children and babies get off the island.

He wrote on Facebook: ‘The situation in SXM is a HELL! NO WATER NO FOOD NO ELECTRICITY NO COMMUNICATION!

‘They are completely isolated and there are CRIMINALS carrying GUNS AND KNIVES SHOOTING and looting all over!


Local media reported how a group of men overpowered security and staff at Simpson Bay Resort before heading to rooms to take jewellery and money.

‘They even punched and kicked another tourist for trying to stop them from looting. Thank god for marines and police who came and got the situation under control,’ a tourist told The Daily Herald.

Military personnel arrested five men and the area was cleared by police and coastguard officials.

Many islanders took to social media to urge people to stay inside.

This local made her plea on Facebook: ‘People stay at your homes we are under 24 hr curfew .

‘The army and police are enforcing the law to the full extent. Be warned persons caught committing crimes will feel the full brunt of the law!’

Among the opportunists taking advantage of the worrying situation, are reports of kind locals doing their best to help out.

Workers at Ranchos bar in Simpson Bay, near to the hotel looters targeted, had a cookout on Friday and gave food to people in need.

Robin Pieters shared a video of the Good Samaritans on Facebook saying their actions were ‘beyond compassion’.

Local media reported that instead of the meat going bad, the bar wanted to help feed hungry islanders and encouraged other businesses to do the same.

The Prime Minister said many nations and people have offered help to St Maarten, but weather conditions will determine how this can be coordinated.

Authorities are still trying to determine the extent of damage to the island, but he said 28 police officers lost homes during Hurricanes Irma and Jose.

Jennifer Lawrence: Hurricanes are Mother Nature’s Wrath for Electing Trump to the Presidency


I keep reading that Hollywood is having a bad year at the box office.

It’s no wonder with the privileged out-of-touch celebrities that define Hollyweird today.

Jennifer Lawrence, pictured above, is allegedly worth over $100 million. Folks in red state country should think twice about helping her grow her net worth. In other words, do you really need modern movies to be happy?

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Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence suggested the devastating hurricanes in Texas and approaching Florida were signs of “Mother Nature’s rage and wrath” at America for electing Donald Trump and not believing in man-made climate change.

Lawrence, who is promoting her new drama “Mother!,” appeared on British network Channel 4 on Wednesday, where she discussed topics ranging from the movie to the gender pay gap and Trump.

“It’s scary,” the actress responded to the interviewer’s assertion that there was “an end-of-days feeling” across the world and especially in the U.S.

“You know, it’s this new language that’s forming. I don’t even recognize it. It’s also scary to know that climate change is due to human activity, and we continue to ignore it, and the only voice that we really have is through voting.”

“And you have voted very recently, as a country” the reporter noted – to which Lawrence replied that “it was really startling” Trump was elected. She then suggested the recent hurricanes devastating Texas and nearing Florida may have been prompted by Trump winning the presidency.

“You know, you’re watching these hurricanes now, and it’s really hard, especially while promoting this movie, not to feel Mother Nature’s rage and wrath,” Lawrence said.

Lawrence later said the conversation topics of Trump and U.S. politics were “really polarizing and upsetting.”

She added: “You know, I’ve heard things and seen things on TV in my own country that devastate me and make me sick, and it’s just really confusing.”

After being asked whether she finds Trump confusing, the actress fired back, saying, “I don’t find him confusing. I think I know exactly what he is.”

Lawrence has never been shy about sharing her opinions on the President. In 2015, when Trump had just launched his presidential campaign, she said a victory by him would “be the end of the world,” during an Entertainment Weekly interview.

Coulter Dumps Trump


Ann Coulter is a smart alec who burnishes her brand by making outrageous statements that pump up her book sales and increase demand for her speaking engagements.

This day, she’s bad mouthing her man in a wild, emotional outburst of the kind she’s famous for–dripping with sarcasm.

The Daily Beast

So much for “In Trump We Trust.”

“I’m ticked off at the Emperor God,” said right-wing firebrand Ann Coulter, who last year authored a book with that worshipful title (subtitle: “E Pluribus Awesome”), as she processed Friday’s firing of chief White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon.

Increasingly disgusted and disheartened by the president’s inability, or unwillingness, to fulfill the anti-immigration, anti-Wall Street, anti-globalist promises for which Coulter had been one of his more impassioned supporters, she now refers to Trump sarcastically as a deity/monarch in his own megalomaniacal mind.

“If Trump wants to prove that he didn’t get the good ideas from Bannon, then it better be pedal-to-the-metal on deportations, the Wall, that tax hike on people who make more than $5 million a year, which I understand was Bannon’s idea but perhaps I was wrong. If that was Trump’s idea, then let’s have it!… Did you hear that on Wall Street, they were cheering today?”

In a conversation that amounted to a primal scream, Coulter repeatedly attacked her former hero for betraying his constituency, belittled White House aides such as Kellyanne Conway and Stephen Miller, accused the president of kowtowing to the same news media he professes to loathe, and otherwise raged at the dying of the wall along with any number of other populist policy prescriptions that Trump touted to beat the Republican establishment and Hillary Clinton.

“The millions of people who haven’t voted for 30 years and came out to vote for Trump, thinking ‘finally, here’s somebody who cares about us’—Nope!” Coulter declared. “Republicans, Democrats—doesn’t matter! Jeb exclamation point, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton—doesn’t matter. Goldman Sachs is running the country!”

As for Stephen Miller, the former Jeff Sessions aide who briefly became the architect of the president’s anti-Muslim ban and occasionally jousts in the White House press room, “he’s just a speechwriter for the White House staff,” Coulter said. For a good part of the 2016 presidential campaign, Coulter insisted, Conway was a diehard Ted Cruz supporter.

“As late as the summer [of 2016], Kellyanne was saying that Trump built his business on the backs of the little guy,” Coulter continued. “You know I love the Emperor God, but he does have flaws. And one of them is his vast, yawning narcissism. He just seems to be obsessed with the fact that people give Bannon credit. And we all know that [Jared] Kushner is the one who won the White House for him.”

Coulter claimed it’s interim communications director Hope Hicks and former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski—whom Kushner pushed out of the campaign—who really deserve the credit for Trump’s political success. Coulter added that it was Kushner, along with former Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn and national security adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster, who finally got Bannon’s scalp and are probably targeting Conway and Miller as well.

Coulter added: “The Time magazine cover [a big-headed portrait of the man headlined as “President Bannon”] and the Saturday Night Live sketch [in which “Bannon,” wearing the black shroud of Death and carrying a scythe, sat at the Oval Office’s Resolute Desk while “Trump”/Alec Baldwin was vanquished to a tiny kindergarten desk]—every time he’s asked about Bannon, the Emperor God goes, ‘He didn’t win it for me! He only came in August! I already wrapped up the nomination!’ You don’t have to be a very sensitive person capable of reading body language to understand that Trump is obsessed by that. It’s driven him crazy.

“So did Kellyanne [arrive late to Trump’s campaign] and Trump gives her credit.”

With Bannon, however, “his little tiny ego explodes,” Coulter went on. “All you have to do with whatever White House staffer the media would like to get fired—just put him on the cover of a magazine and call him ‘President Whatever the Guy’s Last Name Is.’ It’s not good to show the media that you are so easily manipulable… The media is running the staffing at the White House now.”

Well, we got something good out of Ann. See the sentence I bolded? She’s saying the Jews control America.

Yay! Finally, some nice antisemitism from Ann.


Emotions are running high tonight. Those of us able to keep our wits about ourselves should try to calm things down. Bannon isn’t bad mouthing Trump. But he doesn’t have a book to sell and he’s not filled with sarcasm the way Ann is.

Who Will Survive? Redditor Analyzes Scaramucci and Bannon


Anthony Scaramucci’s criticism of Steve Bannon on Thursday suggests that the White House is being inhabited by two men at odds with each other. We’ve been hearing for months that Bannon, a nationalist if not quite a white nationalist, was going to be fired by Trump. Bannon is still in the White House, even if much less visible than during the election.

I found the following analysis of Bannon’s and Anthony Scaramucci’s mindsets on Reddit. I think the commenter who wrote it understands the potential for friction between “The Mooch” and “Trump’s Brain,” nicknames given to the men by the press.

Watch the White House closely the for the rest of the summer. There’s so much explosive potential that no one can really predict what’s going to happen.


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Scaramucci doesn’t get Bannon and he’s threatened by him.
Scaramucci is a sociopathic climber, I’m not saying that’s a bad thing it’s just what he is. When Trump wasn’t the frontrunner, Scaramucci wasn’t on the train. Now that he is, he’ll ride the train because he thinks it’ll take him somewhere. He’s loyal to exactly zero ideas, he’s loyal to Trump because he thinks it’s going to help him.

Bannon is the opposite. Bannon doesn’t care about Trump or about helping himself. Bannon is in this for the culture war domestically and the civilizational war on a global scale. Trump is a tool he’s using to fight his war. Trump understands this, and accepts it. Trump is fighting the same war.

Scaramucci is a self-serving sociopath, he can’t understand the idea that someone might care about ideas more than themselves. He doesn’t understand Bannon or Trump. He needs Trump, and ideally he’d remove Bannon to be closer to Trump.

There is a reason Trump has Bannon as a strategist, and Scaramucci is just talking to the press. He knows what Scaramucci is and isn’t going to let him get in a position he’s not suited for. This is why he didn’t make him chief of staff.

Spez: This is why Mooch said Bannon was “sucking his own dick, trying to build his brand.” He literally can’t understand Bannon so he tries to frame him in his own terms. Bannon doesn’t give a shit about the Bannon brand. He doesn’t talk to the press, he stays in his office, he looks like a hobo. Bannon is in this because we’re in a civilizational war with Islam and China, and we’re going to lose it unless we win the culture war against the left at home.

Bannon is an American hero. Scaramucci is an untrustable weasel, but he’s good at this job.

In response comes this unflattering portrait of The Mooch:

Mooch’s first pick for president in 2016 was Scott Walker, when people thought he was the front-runner, then Jeb Bush, when people thought it was him. During this time, he openly mocked Trump on tv and said globalization was great, because he thought that was the winning side. He pivoted 180 as soon as Trump became the presumptive nominee, and now acts like he’s fully on the Trump Train. But it’s only because Trump is winning. If Trump looks weak, he’ll be the first to stab him in the back to curry favor with the next winner.

He doesn’t care at all about policy, only winning. Mooch is the cunning businessman side of Trump’s personality, whereas Bannon is the Nationalist ideologue side. Both are necessary for Trump’s success, and Mooch might prove useful as Communications Director to get the message back on track, but the Bannon side is what really matters. With just Mooch, you get Pyrrhic victories that look good in the media but mean nothing. Bannon is interested in fundamentally changing America, through drastic changes in immigration, trade and foreign policy. Mooch is just a salesman.

Smooch the Mooch. Women notice:

Dilbert’s creator approves:

Priebus Out, General Kelly in as WH Chief of Staff

After a week of expressing anger toward leaks and leakers, punctuated by the resignation of Sean Spicer and a profane rant by new WH Director of Communications, it appears that the treasonous vote by Senator John McCain to keep Obamacare has led President Trump to declare all out war.

If that assessment is correct, the first victim of Trump’s war on the Republican establishment is Reince Priebus, his WH Chief of Staff.

There’s no agreement on whether embattled Priebus resigned or was fired. NBC News is reporting that he resigned, while other media outlets claim that President Trump fired him.

It appears that Priebus did indeed resign.


Update: As speculation abounds over social media over precisely when Reince was fired or quit, he has just released the following statement:

“It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to serve the President and our country. I want to thank the President for giving me this very special opportunity. I will continue to serve as a strong supporter of the President’s agenda and policies. I can’t think of a better person that General John Kelly to succeed me and I him God’s blessings and great success.”

Trump made the announcement using his favorite medium, Twitter.

Also according to press reports the final straw for Reince Priebus was the overnight failure by Senate republicans to pass Obamacare repeal as a result of John McCain’s stunning decision to vote against the GOP.

Then again, NBC reports that it wasn’t Trump who fired Priebus, but Priebus who resigned on Thursday. And just to make things even more convoluted, Reuters also reports that Trump originally informed Priebus two weeks ago that he would be replacing him as White House chief of staff.

In any case, speaking to reporters, Trump called Priebus a “good man” but called Kelly a “star.”

“Reince is a good man,” he said at Andrews Air Force Base outside of Washington, D.C., after a trip to New York to talk about his push to end gang violence. “John Kelly will do a fantastic job. Gen. Kelly has been a star, done an incredible job thus far, respected by everybody. He’s a great American,” he said.

WaPo’s Robert Kosta tweets that “Kushner’s allies soured on Priebus b/c they saw the msg/strategy on Russia as off/weak…”

How Trump’s decision will be greeted by the more moderate part of his base remains to be seen, although with Trump siding against Priebus, it may mean that Bannon could be next on the chopping block, a move which would infuriate a core part of Trump’s electorate, a material gamble for a president with a precarious approval rating.

As for ret. Gen. John Kelly, the current low profile Homeland Security Secretary, a quick reminder who he is: he he was in the military for 45 years – a very long time, even for a general. He was once the head of US Southern Command, putting much of the US’ immediate vicinity under his purview – including the control of Guantanamo Bay.

Here Kosta adds that “Kushner and Bannon both really like Kelly, which made the decision easier. Someone who has appeal to the two main blocs in WH…”

What happens next is a great unknown for this rollercoaster administration, but with a military veteran now whispering in Trump’s ear every day, Kim Jong-Un’s days are now numbered.

Meanwhile, the message from today’s events seems to be that Trump has largely cut most – if not all – ties with the Republican party.


The Gateway Pundit is claiming that Priebus was the head leaker. If so, he should be prosecuted under whatever laws are applicable.

The general feeling among Trump supporters is that the President is taking the offensive in draining the swamp. There’s an expectation that big things are going to be happening over the next few weeks and months.