Bushy Headed Zulu Female Takes Georgia Oath of Office on Malcolm X Autobiography

Hair like this hasn’t been seen much since the black power days of the 60s.

Mariah Parker looks somewhat like Communist revolutionary Angela Davis did back in the day.

The childish gesture by Parker just offers another example of the petulant Negro’s focus on self and on race. It really isn’t important in the scheme of things, although Parker may be giving us plenty of stupid to report on in the future.

The Hill

A 26-year-old doctoral student elected to be Athens-Clarke County Commissioner took her oath of office Monday holding her hand not to the bible, but rather a copy of “The Autobiography of Malcolm X.”

David Duke weighs in with a Tweet embedded at the bottom of this post.

Basically, the Jews …

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Race Hustling Dwarf Spike Lee Spews Hate Toward Trump and America in Cannes

I had some trouble deciding on a source article for this post since nothing I found covers the entire spectrum of filmmaker Spike Lee’s crazy rant at the Cannes film festival.

First, one of the better reports on Lee’s mischief making, followed by a full transcript of the crazy nigga dwarf’s attack on Trump and white people in general.

EW

Spike Lee delivered a scathing speech criticizing the United States president Tuesday night at the Cannes Film Festival, refusing to mention Donald Trump by name as he tore into his failure to unite a nation divided by racial tensions.

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(((Russian))) Oligarch Allegedly Paid Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen $500,000

I’m not sure what any of the allegations against Michael Cohen have to do with President Trump.

It just seems like Jews want to keep money inside the Jewish community and so hire each other.

CNN

The lawyer representing adult film star Stormy Daniels sought to ratchet up the pressure on Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen Tuesday, claiming that he has learned of numerous banking transactions that could call into question Cohen’s business practices.

“Michael Cohen should not be selling access to the President of the United States,” attorney Michael Avenatti said on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” Tuesday night.

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Fox News Laura Ingraham Shares a “Neo-Nazi’s” Tweet

I’ve inserted Mark’s Tweets in my posts, based on their content. I had no idea who he was. The liberal press isn’t letting Laura Ingraham’s Tweet pass.

LAURA INGRAHAM.

The media is really out to slander people if this Tweet motivates someone to insinuate that Laura is a Nazi. Like when she waved at the crowd at the Republican convention last year.

SHE MUST BE A NAZI.

Raw Story

Fox News host Laura Ingraham caused controversy Sunday by sharing a tweet by a British neo-Nazi with links to former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke.

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KKK Rejects Faggotized Alt-Right and Neo-Nazi Daily Stormer

The Klan can’t get a foothold on the Internet due to censorship.

Newsweek spotlights the success of the alt-right in growing its membership versus the failure of the Klan to be relevant today.

Excerpt from Newsweek

The “alt-right” has Breitbart. The neo-Nazis and white nationalists have The Daily Stormer.

The Ku Klux Klan, these days, has flyers and a hotline.

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Leftist Twitter Outraged Over GOP’s Rep. Steve King’s “Diversity is Not Our Strength” Post

The proof that diversity is not our strength is everywhere for those willing to see. One example of the stress that diversity causes comes in the form of the bitter, angry responses to Republican Rep. Steve King’s rejection of diversity.

Yahoo

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has sparked outrage on Twitter once again with his views on immigration.

The congressman ― who has previously lauded white nationalism on the social media platform ― wrote on Twitter Friday, “Diversity is not our strength.”

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Trump’s Retweets of Videos Exposing Muslim Menace Sparks Condemnation by Establishment

JAYDA FRANSEN. MAYBE TRUMP CAN HELP KEEP HER OUT OF PRISON FOR CRITICIZING MUSLIMS.

President Donald Trump retweeted three Tweets from Jayda Frasen on Wednesday morning, sparking outrage from the American and British establishment.

It may not be politically correct, but truth is truth. And Trump has proven over and over that he’s willing to speak it.

Jayda’s troubles with the British police for critizing Muslims are covered at Newsweek.

Notable for his support for Trump’s Retweets is the response from David Duke, covered in the CBS story below.

First, these three items appeared on Trump’s Twitter earlier today:

CBS News

President Trump’s online endorsement of videos posted by a leader of an extremist UK fringe group is prompting reaction both in the United States and abroad.

The videos were tweeted out by the account held by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of the far-right U.K. political party “Britain First,” which is known for promoting an anti-Islam, anti-immigration and nationalist agenda. The group is estimated to have only about 1,000 active members, and its rallies around the U.K. draw supporters numbering only in the hundreds.

Following Mr. Trump’s retweets of Fransen, numerous lawmakers in the United Kingdom raised their concerns over the president’s subtle support of the group.

Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesperson said in a statement in response to the retweets, that it was “wrong for the president to have done this.” The statement added:

“Britain First seeks to divide communities through their use of hateful narratives which peddle lies and stoke tensions. They cause anxiety to law-abiding people. British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the far-right, which is the antithesis of the values that this country represents – decency, tolerance and respect.”

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labor party tweeted, “I hope our government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump. They are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society.”

A member of Parliament, Yvette Cooper, took to the floor to condemn Fransen’s remarks, tweeting that the UK government “can’t stay silent” on Mr. Trump’s tweets, calling it “disgraceful and dangerous.”

Brendan Cox, husband of the Labour party lawmaker Jo Cox who was killed by a man who shouted the name of the group at the time of her slaying, tweeted in response to Mr. Trump’s retweets Wednesday morning, saying he has “legitimized the far right in his own country, now he’s trying to do it in ours. Spreading hatred has consequences and the president should be ashamed of himself.”

Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, of Colorado, called Mr. Trump’s retweets “irresponsible and disgraceful.”

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Virginia, called on the White House to clarify the president’s remarks, and “stop spreading bigotry.”

Meanwhile, former KKK imperial wizard David Duke appeared to defend the president, saying Mr. Trump “brings to light what the lying, fake news media won’t.”

And On Fransen’s own Twitter account, a message appeared lauding Mr. Trump for sharing the Britain First message with his “around 44 million followers!”

Fransen later tweeted that she was “facing prison time for criticizing Islam” in light of Mr. Trump’s support, saying “Britain is now Sharia compliant.”

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also responded to the outcry later Wednesday morning, telling reporters “regardless of the video, the threat is very real.”

She added, “the president has talked about the need for strong borders and strong security since the campaign trail, that’s not a secret that’s something he’ll continue talking about and continue highlighting in a lot of different venues and avenues.”

Asked if the president’s retweets were an endorsement of the “Britain First” movement, Sanders replied, “Not that I’m aware of but he does endorse a strong national security and endorses strong borders.”

The fact that Trump would risk infuriating the world establishment the way he did today may be the biggest story of the year. We need him to keep pushing back against political correctness and for the truth.