Good News: A-listers join Trump in skipping W.H. Correspondents’ Dinner Hosted by Sand Nagger “Comedian”

HASSAN MINHAJ. THE KEBAB IS ALLEGEDLY A COMEDIAN.

While President Donald Trump was holding a campaign style rally in Pennsylvania Saturday night, the anti-Trump press was holding its annual dinner. The President was wise to avoid this clusterfreak of an unfunny roast of the President and his people.

New York Daily News

The annual Washington gala nicknamed the “nerd prom” lived up to that name Saturday.

President Trump wasn’t the only bold-faced name to skip the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.

The annual gathering of reporters and Washington power brokers was also missing the scores of A-list celebrities who attended in years past.

The only bonafide star who showed up this year was actor Matthew Modine — a far cry from recent dinners that drew the likes of singer Barbra Streisand, actress Sofia Vergara and Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

Still, the black-tie gala wasn’t as dull as the crowd thanks to headliner Hasan Minhaj.

The “Daily Show” correspondent relentlessly ridiculed Trump, who opted to hold a campaign-like rally in Pennsylvania rather than face a press corps he loves to mock.

“I get why Donald Trump didn’t want to be roasted tonight,” Minhaj said. “By the looks of him he’s been roasting nonstop for the past 70 years.”

Minhaj drew howls of laughter when he brought up that Trump abstains from booze.

“Donald Trump does not touch alcohol, which is really respectable,” Minhaj said. “But think about that. That means every statement, every interview, every tweet — completely sober.

“How is that possible? He tweets at 3 a.m. sober. Who’s tweeting at 3 a.m. sober?”

Minhaj playfully hit the press for criticizing Trump’s penchant for playing golf.

The President has hit the links 19 times since taking office.

“People in the media say that Donald Trump goes golfing too much,” Minhaj said.

“Do you want to know what he’s not doing when he’s golfing — being President. Let the man putt-putt.

“Every time Trump goes golfing, the headline should read, ‘Trump golfing, apocalypse delayed.’”

Minhaj also ripped several key members of the Trump administration, all of whom also declined to attend.

The comedian noted White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s combative style and recent statement downplaying the Holocaust.

“How many people do you know can turn a press briefing into a full-blown Mel Gibson traffic stop?” Minhaj said.

Minhaj said Attorney General Jeff Sessions missed the dinner because “he was doing a pre-Civil War enactment.”

“On his RSVP, he wrote no,” Minhaj added, “which happens to be his second favorite N-word.”

The headliner also took aim at Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who has been accused of being a white nationalist.

“Is Steve Bannon here?” Minhaj said. “I do not see Steve Bannon. Not see, Steve Bannon. Not see, Steve Bannon. Not see, Steve Bannon.”

Go to the video of the dinner and down vote it. I just did.

100 Days of Trump Celebrated with Campaign Style Rally

Watch the video and enjoy President Trump blast the (((media))) and the other enemies of working class people.

As usual, the reporting is slanted against Trump. Read around that fake news and savor the victory.

HARRISBURG — President Trump delivered a slashing, campaign-style speech here to mark his 100th day in office, accusing the media of lying about his success and saying he would rather spend the day with “much better people” in Pennsylvania than those in Washington.

“Make no mistake: We are just beginning in our fight to make America great again,” Trump told a raucous crowd at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, many wearing his signature red “Make America Great Again” hats. “We are keeping one promise after another and, frankly, the people are really happy about it.”

He touted his placement of Justice Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and scrapping of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal. But he got his biggest cheers with a sustained attack on the media, returning, nearly six months after Election Day, to the same themes that drove his campaign.

While Trump has come under criticism for failing to show progress on some of his biggest campaign pledges, he said the media has refused to give him credit and “deserves a very, very big fat failing grade.”

And in a sign that 100 days in the Oval Office have done little to change him, the president continued to boast about the crowds at his events, declaring that “we have a lot of people standing outside” and that he “broke the all-time record for this arena.” Still, there were rows of empty seats and space on the floor as he spoke.

Trump spoke just 40 miles from Gettysburg, where in October he laid out a largely unaccomplished 10-point plan for his first 100 days in office. The rally also took place as the Capitol press corps mingled with celebrities at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, a gala that has become a symbol of cozy ties between media, cultural, and economic elites. He had attended in the past but Trump became the first sitting president in more than three decades to skip the dinner.

“There’s another big gathering taking place tonight in Washington, D.C.,” he said to loud boos. “I could not possibly be more thrilled to be more than 100 miles away from the Washington swamp, spending my evening with all of you, and with a much, much larger crowd and much better people.”

Central Pennsylvania was a regular campaign stop during 2016, and in many ways Saturday’s rally was a mirror image of those events. Outside the complex, Democrats gathered to protest what they said would be devastating policies the president hopes to enact and said he had little to show for his first three months in office. Inside, effusive supporters had traveled hours – some from Michigan and New York – to join the rally, chant “U.S.A., U.S.A.!,” and roar as the president repeated familiar promises and catchphrases.

He painted a dark picture of dangerous immigrants flooding into the country, of police under siege and Islamic terrorism threatening Americans’ safety, promising to reverse those problems. He urged police to get several protesters at the site “outta here” as his supporters shouted at those who came to disrupt. Several people were walked out, including one man who shouted “Trump is a traitor” and held a Russian flag. State police held him briefly on the ground before escorting him out.

Despite his approval ratings hovering around 40 percent through most of his presidency, a historically low rating at this point, Trump’s aides have pushed hard to persuade the public his early days have been a major success. His team touted Trump’s moves to roll back Obama regulations and strike Syria. As he arrived in Harrisburg he toured a nearby wheelbarrow factory and signed two more executive orders he said were aimed at creating jobs.

“Promises Made. Promises Kept.” read one sign prominently displayed inside the Harrisburg arena. The Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” a favorite from the campaign trail, played over the loudspeakers.

Many of his biggest promises have languished, but Trump promised his supporters all would be well. “Don’t even worry about it — go home, go to sleep, rest assured,” he told the crowd, “we’re going to build that wall,” though he has not yet secured funding for it.

He touted his major tax overhaul, released Wednesday on one page, and his plan to finally repeal the Affordable Care Act, which is stuck in the mud in the Republican-controlled Congress.

This, Trump acknowledged, blaming Democrats for standing in the way. “I’ll be so angry at … all of the congressmen in this room if we don’t get that damn thing passed quickly,” he said of the repeal, then again assured supporters that Obamacare “is dead anyway” and will collapse.

His supporters — including many waiting in a line snaking through the vast farm complex parking lot — seemed to agree. They remain fiercely loyal and encouraged by his first few months. They blamed setbacks on congressional obstruction and activist judges and said they believed he was keeping his promises as best he could.

“No matter what he’s trying to do, he’s getting stopped,” said Jill Williams, 39, who drove four hours from Groton, N.Y., to attend the rally. “He’s the president. He should be able to overrule some things.”

She said she was especially disappointed by federal judges who blocked Trump’s ban on travel from several majority-Muslim countries.

Zachary Adam Perry, a York resident who served in Iraq in 2007, said he hopes Trump can hold his temper on the world stage, but approved of the president’s missile strikes in Syria.

“It’s time we show the terrorists that we are a nation that is forceful now. They see weakness and they jump on it,” said Perry, 30.

Brendon Gaylor, 22, a network technician at the state Department of Health, was attending his first Trump rally. He said he was a member of the alt-right, the far-right nationalist movement that embraced Trump early and fervently.

As for Trump’s first 100 days in office, “I thought it’d be a little easier to drain the swamp,” Gaylor said, “but 2018 is around the corner.”

Full speech:

Fun rally. Just like old times. Loving it.

Paul Craig Roberts Warns “Trump Now A Captive Of The Deep State”

I’d like to think that President Trump had good intentions while candidate Trump. It seems to me that the problem, part of it anyway, is that his negative press coverage (91 percent negative) made it impossible to govern without a truce of sorts with the (((Deep State.))) I’d also like to think that he’s playing with their minds and is intent on double crossing them when the time is right.

Zerohedge

When the gullible and insouciant American public and the presstitutes who participate in the deceptions permitted the Deep State to get away with the fairy tale that a few Saudi Arabians under the direction of Osama bin Laden, but without the support of any government or intelligence agency, were able to outwit the entirety of the Western Alliance and Israel’s Mossad and deliver the greatest humiliation in history to “the world’s only superpower” by making the entirety of the US government dysfunctional on September 11, 2001, Washington learned that it could get away with anything, any illegal and treasonous act, any lie. The gullible Western populations would believe anything that they were told.

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Map: Where the World’s 14,923 Nuclear Weapons Are

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Source: Business Insider

ADL Fake News: Antisemitism Up, Trump’s Fault

Jewish propaganda. Even CBS exposes it as such. Take a look at the paragraph I bolded for example.

CBS News

NEW YORK — The Anti-Defamation League found an increase in cases of anti-Semitic intimidation and vandalism last year, evidence that anti-Jewish bias intensified during the election.

The Jewish civil rights group found 1,266 cases of anti-Semitic harassment last year, compared to 941 in 2015 and 912 in 2014. The increase continued into the first three months of this year, with reports of 541 incidents compared to 291 in the same period the year before, according to the ADL data released Monday.

The preliminary 2017 numbers include a wave of more than 150 bomb threats that started in January against Jewish community centers and day schools. Authorities arrested an Israeli Jewish hacker who they said was behind the harassment. The ADL insists those threats should still be considered anti-Semitic since Jews were the target. During the same period, a former journalist in St. Louis was also charged with threatening Jewish organizations as part of a bizarre campaign to intimidate his former girlfriend. But authorities believe the Israeli man is primarily responsible.

Even without those bomb threats, the number of anti-Jewish incidents this January, February and March in the report would be higher than the year before.

The FBI compiles annual hate-crime statistics, but the 2016 numbers aren’t expected to be released until the end of this year. The ADL tally includes a much broader array of incidents, such as distribution of hateful materials, threats, slurs, intimidation and vandalism, along with physical assaults. The organization says its researchers evaluate reports from individuals, community leaders and law enforcement.

This latest compilation includes only a few cases of online harassment – incidents that led to “on the ground” intimidation – so that the organization can continue making year-to-year comparisons of ADL data going back to the group’s first report in 1979, before the internet and social media were so broadly used, according to Oren Segal, director of the ADL Center on Extremism.

Anti-Semitic harassment in the U.S. has been at historic lows in recent years, according to the organization. In some prior years, the number of incidents surpassed 1,500 or 2,000, Segal said. But the recent uptick has fueled anxiety among American Jews during a period of emboldened expressions of white-supremacism and white-nationalism during the presidential election. Last week, a Jewish woman sued the founder of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, accusing the publisher of orchestrating a barrage of anti-Semitic messages from anonymous internet trolls starting last December.

“I think the pace in which the incidents are happening, the speed at which the spike is occurring, I think the historic low is a thing of the past,” Segal said.

The report linked 34 cases last year to the presidential race, including graffiti found in Denver last May that said “Kill the Jews, Vote Trump.” ADL chief executive Jonathan Greenblatt was among the most vocal Jewish leaders pressing Donald Trump, as a candidate and president, to do more to combat anti-Semitism, including among his supporters. Critics, in the Jewish community and elsewhere, said partisanship was behind such pressure on Mr. Trump. In February, Mr. Trump opened his address to Congress with a strong condemnation of recent cases of vandalism at Jewish cemeteries.

On college campuses last year, the number of reports of anti-Semitic incidents remained about the same compared to the previous year, the ADL said. Many of the schools have been roiled in recent years by protests over Israeli policies toward Palestinians. However, the organization saw an increase in the number of reports of harassment against Jewish school children from elementary age through high school.

JEWS FOR TRUMP YARMULKE.

Macron: German response to refugee crisis ‘saved Europe’s dignity’

Any friend of Merkel is an enemy of the European indigenous peoples.

Euractiv.com

he Europhile candidate for the French presidency has congratulated Germany for saving Europe’s collective dignity by opening its arms to refugees. EURACTIV France reports.

In an editorial published on Monday (2 January) in Le Monde, Emmanuel Macron said he believes German society, led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, “saved” the “collective dignity” of the European people by taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees.

“Chancellor Merkel and German society as a whole lived up to our shared values; they saved our collective dignity by taking in refugees in distress, housing and educating them,” the former minister for economy said.

Germany hosted 890,000 refugees in 2015 after the chancellor decided to open the country’s borders.

Referring to the deadly attack on a Christmas market in Berlin on 19 December, Macron said he “admired” the “serenity and unity” with which German society had responded.

The leader of the new political movement En Marche went on to say he would not tolerate the “rebuilding of walls in Europe, which has already suffered too much” and that he would try to avoid generalisations “after the sinister violence against women last year in Cologne”.

“Nothing is more wrong than (the) abject simplifications” made by those who say that “by opening the borders to migrants, the chancellor exposed Europe to severe dangers”, he said.

There was just one criticism nestled in all this praise: “When Italy was left alone to face the arrival of refugees in Lampedusa, to the point where Pope Francis felt moved to intervene, neither France nor Germany were there to help.”

For Macron, France and Germany have “never before […] needed to show their solidarity” and assert their “shared destiny” so badly.

A supporter of a “Europe of sovereignty,” Macron is campaigning for the Schengen agreement to be preserved despite the threat of terrorism, for the EU’s external borders to be strengthened, for cooperation agreements to be struck with the refugees’ main countries of origin and transit, and for the creation of a shared intelligence service.

In this video, Macron urges American president Donald Trump to open America’s borders to all immigrants. Two minutes of bullsh*t:

“Tectonic Shift:” New Videos Show Trump Supporters Fighting Back at Battle of Berkeley

Based Stickman Punches an Antifa and hits another over the head with a stick. Less than two minutes. Very satisfying.

New footage has emerged from the Battle of Berkeley that shows antifa terrorist violence up close and personal. The blood is real. No fake movie blood here. Based Stickman is seen being arrested. Six minutes.

Gavin McIness interviews Based Stickman, who is now leading our side in the street fighting against the Communist antifa. They call our willingness to fight back a “teutonic shift.” Four minutes.

Lovely Brittany Pettibone does 30 minutes with Based Stickman.

The antifa admit they lost the Battle of Berkeley and discuss how to win future battles.

In the week since the Battle of Berkeley, the alt-right has felt renewed energy. Trump is our guy and we’re going to fight for our right to rally for him on the most hostile turf in America.