Trump Hating Dimwit Used Old Photo to Falsely Make America Think Obama Helping in Houston Food Shelter

The picture isn’t fake, but the claim that it shows Obama in Texas dishing out turkey to flood victims is. Thousands of Twitter people wanted to believe that Obama was out righting wrongs while Trump was grabbing ****** in the White House, conspiring with Russia, or meeting with the KKK.

It’s a lot harder to put things over on people than it used to be.

BTW, the Tweeter is apparently a Muslim. Figures!


As Tropical Storm Harvey rocks Houston, Texas, a Twitter user decried President Donald Trump’s response in comparison to former President Barack Obama’s purported on-the-ground efforts using an outdated photo.

Twitter user Aiden Benjamin (@Feisal_Hagi) posted a picture of Obama and his family serving food at a shelter, which he captioned with the hashtags #HurricaneHarvery and #prayfortexas.

“Something youll never see trump do: Obama is in texas serving meals!” he wrote in the Aug. 26, 2017 tweet.

The tweet had received over 14,000 likes and 7,500 shares as of Aug. 28, 2017.

Benjamin posted the same picture with a similar caption on Aug. 27 that read “Obama serving food in Houston shelter, somthing trump will NEVER do!”

Here’s the thing. The picture isn’t from Houston nor from this year. It’s from a homeless shelter in Washington, D.C., where Obama and his family served Thanksgiving dinner to homeless veterans on Nov. 25, 2015. Both tweets have since been deleted.

As the following AP video shows, the president served turkey while his wife and daughters served stuffing, vegetables and cranberry sauce.

Benjamin issued an apology on Aug. 28, 2017.

“I took down the tweet of obama, I apologize to people who thought it was real. also to @callrail I apologize!”

I took down the tweet of obama, I apologize to people who thought it was real. also to @callrail I apologize!

— Aiden Benjamin (@Feisal_Hagi) August 28, 2017
“I took the tweet down it was wrong information sorry if you thought it was real,” Benjamin wrote to PolitiFact.

He had originally issued a correction that said, “Sorry for people thinking this was in texas (he was there) but this is from 2015.”

A representative for Obama told CNN the former president was not in Texas.

Obama wrote a tweet on Aug. 27 thanking first responders and sharing a link to make donations to the Red Cross.

Notice that the Obama rep didn’t say where he was. Playing golf or planning new mischief?

CNN Reporter Told Off by Hysterical Houston Negress (Twitter Video)

Hahahahaha. Nice job CNN. #fakenews

White Male Heroism Front and Center Following Hurricane Floods in Houston


No disrespect to women, but some jobs really are “man’s work.”

I’m certain there are some white women in Houston who’ve been taking the initiative to engage in search and rescue, just as there’s undoubtedly a smattering of nonwhites too.

But when the chips are down, the world always looks to the White Man to get the job done.

Hollyweird can push out a Jew Wonder Woman and a black Spiderman, but that’s fiction. Here’s real life.

Excerpt from Daily Mail

As the situation in Houston grew even more dire on Monday with thousands trapped in their homes, Good Samaritans around the city came out in force.

They used their boats to save trapped residents from flooded homes and others volunteered at the many shelters being set-up to house the homeless.

One man took on Hurricane Harvey in the style of a Hollywood heartthrob, slipping in to a wet suit and venturing out with his paddle board to rescue children in need.

Little is known of him other than his name, given as Alexandre Jourde to a news photographer who captured his heroic efforts.

He was pictured paddling through rising flood waters, his muscles filling out his soaking wet suit, as four-year-old Ethan Colman lay on the board.

Wearing a brooding scowl and a simple gold wedding band, he paddled the boy to safety.

Others, in admittedly less revealing outfits, were just as commendable in their efforts.

Houston Police SWAT Officer Daryl Hudeck was seen carrying mother Catherine Pham, 30, and her 13-month-old son Aiden through flood water on Sunday.

Among them is Dean Mize, an out-of-town businessman who drove to Houston from his home in Chandler, almost 200 miles away, to lend a hand with his boat and truck.

Mize spent the night trying to rescue a mother and her three-week-old baby girl from their home.

They were stranded and his boat could not get to their home despite their best efforts.

After hours of failed attempts, he hailed down a propeller boat and took them to the home of Shardea Harrison, a United States Postal Service worker who welcomed her daughter Sarai three weeks ago.

The owner of the propeller boat is Louisianan Jason Legnon. Along with Mize, he took Shardea and her baby to safety.






Yeah, the much demonized white male was out braving the wind, rain, and floodwaters. For a few days the media may let up on the message that the white man must be exterminated so that the curse of racism can forever be banished from the face of the earth.

Enjoy the break from the media’s bullshit. When things return to normal, they’ll be back with more slander.

Cajun Navy Met by Gunfire from Houston Looters

Altruistic white men have been handed a lesson in race realism in Houston.

Although everyone is being silent about the skin color of the shooters who attacked the Cajun Navy, its doubtful that anyone with even half a brain would fail to recognize the TNB–Typical Negro Behavior.

H/T to Flanders.


Members of the Louisiana Cajun Navy, a group of Louisianians helping Tropical Storm Harvey victims in Texas, were shot at Monday by apparent looters, the group said on Facebook.

The Cajun Navy has become widely known across the state for its response efforts during natural disasters and is made up of different groups. The group of first responders previously provided assistance to Louisianians during last year’s historic August floods.

One group of rescuers are in Texas already and more are expected to be on the way. Those who have arrived have brought their own boats to aid in the rescue efforts.

News spread Monday about an apparent incident between members of the Louisiana Cajun Navy and several looters. One of the group members, in a since-deleted Facebook post, said that looters decided to pose as people needing help and attempted to overtake the group’s boats. The group said shots were fired at the boats during the incident, but no one was injured.

“Clyde and the other team members and teams are all safe,” the group said on Facebook. “I repeat, they are all safe.”

The group believes the looters may have not wanted it to perform rescues or were just looking to rob people. One group member said some looters are pretending to need rescuing and then robbing people and other looters are pretending to be rescuers and then robbing people.

The group reiterated that no one was injured by gunfire during Monday’s incident. The group posted a Facebook video Monday evening to clear up some of the information.

Joel Osteen Blasted by Leftist Twitter for Lakewood Church’s Hurricane Response

Atheists and others hostile to a positive moral message (which may or may not be in full accord with the Gospel) are swarming over Joel Osteen on Twitter tonight. His Lakewood Church didn’t respond the way that the left demands by opening its doors completely to thousands of Houstonians who have been left needing food, shelter, and dry clothing tonight because of flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Leftist losers really have a problem with Christianity and with success. The left is in rebellion against traditional ideas about God and will thus attack his messenger. There’s a real jealousy over Osteen’s net worth, but not against Bill and Hillary’s, which is much greater. Osteen gives something of value for the money he receives. For the Clintons, it’s just payoff money for political favors.

Excerpt from Huffington Post

Dozens of Houston-area churches, schools and community centers opened their doors to offer temporary shelter to survivors, while other local houses of worship organized volunteer teams to help with relief efforts.

One church, however, drew criticism online for remaining shut. Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church, a 16,800-seat indoor arena, announced on Facebook that it was “inaccessible due to severe flooding.”

The post included a long list of resources for those affected by the storm, including the street addresses for nine temporary shelters in Houston and surrounding counties.

Osteen also posted prayers on social media over the weekend for those affected by the disaster.

Osteen and his wife live in a $10.5 million mansion in the upscale River Oaks neighborhood in central Houston. The neighborhood was hit with intense flooding over the weekend, with rescue teams coming to evacuate residents and their dogs. The preacher did not say whether his home was damaged.

Lakewood Church has previously helped with relief efforts in the city, most recently hosting a benefit concert in 2016 after heavy flooding. In 2001, the church sheltered roughly 5,000 Texans displaced by a tropical storm.

But the church’s response to Harvey drew harsh criticism on social media, with hundreds of users saying Osteen owes the city more than his prayers.

At this point HuffPo embeds numerous critical Tweets. Here’s a few of the newer Tweets published since the HuffPo piece was put together.

Naturally, HuffPo included something positive about Muslims, their favorite religious people.

Two words describe the left: Mass hysteria! Let’s add a third word: Hate!

Texas Race War: White Governor Berates Black Mayor Over Hurricane Evacuation


I love to wake up to a brewing race war in the morning.

Following Hurricane Harvey’s unwelcome visit to Texas coastal cities, you have a white man talking sense and a Negro talking sh*t.

This is great. Let the racial divide be exposed and confronted with truth.

In my earlier post on this catastrophe I advised that the Mayor should have evacuated all low-lying areas that insurance records show to be flood prone. It turns out that an expert agrees with me.

Excerpt from the Wall Street Journal

HOUSTON—A split between Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner over whether the metropolis should have been evacuated is raising questions about officials’ response to damaging floodwaters as a catastrophe continues to engulf the region.

Mr. Turner, a Democrat, and other local officials urged residents to stay in their homes as Hurricane Harvey, which has since downgraded to a tropical storm, approached Houston on Friday.

But at a Friday news conference, Gov. Abbott, a Republican, suggested otherwise. “Even if an evacuation order hasn’t been issued by your local official, if you’re in an area between Corpus Christi and Houston, you need to strongly consider evacuating.”

By Sunday, the storm had poured as much as 24 inches of rain in 24 hours onto areas that had been soaked the previous day. Five fatalities have been reported in the Houston area, according to the National Weather Service, though Mr. Turner said Sunday that only one in the city was confirmed so far as storm-related. More than 3,000 water rescues had been performed by Sunday afternoon, officials said.

The offices of Messrs. Turner and Abbott didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Families were stranded on rooftops, and parts of the city that residents say hadn’t flooded before were submerged.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Weather Prediction Center is now projecting that some areas could see as much as 50 inches of rain—around as much as the region gets in a year—up from an earlier estimate of up to 40 inches.

Looming over the decision not to evacuate was Houston’s experience with Hurricane Rita. More than 100 people died while evacuating as 2.5 million people fled that storm in 2005. Some of the stories were horrific—23 nursing home patients were killed as a bus evacuating them caught fire and exploded near Dallas. Houston hasn’t ordered evacuations ahead of hurricanes since then.

Retired Army Lt. Gen. Russel Honorè, who led the Department of Defense response to hurricanes Katrina and Rita, said that experience has made officials wary of ordering an evacuation. But, he said, officials should have evacuated residents of flood-prone neighborhoods as well as other vulnerable populations like the elderly and homeless.

“I’m not trying to be critical of the mayor and history will prove whether they guessed right or they guessed wrong,” he said. “But I do not believe we should leave people in [a] place we know is going to flood. It’s counterintuitive.”

Meanwhile, white nationalists from all over the country are rushing to Houston to aid in the rescue of people of color. The whites are demonized daily as filthy, murdering Nazi scum. So where the f*ck are the “heroic” Antifa rescuers today? Probably plotting more violence against Trump supporters.

First Video: Houston Looting–Guess the Race

Guess the race! (Hint: It’s not White Supremacists and Nazis.)

I believe this is the same video using youtube as the platform:

I’m not sure if the looters seen in the video have been arrested, but somebody has.