Little Bitch Paul Ryan’s Response to Charlottesville Demonizes GOP Base as Nazis

House Speaker Paul Ryan has a town hall meeting scheduled on CNN tonight that conflicts with President Trump’s address to the nation about American military operations in Afghanistan.

CNN is promoting him as the anti-Trump, which is easy to do, because he rides on every politically correct cuckservative position he can.

Today, apparently to curry favor with CNN, he insulted the GOP voter base by implying that Trump followers are Nazis.

Microchip, the author of the White House petition calling for the feds to declare the Antifa a terrorist group, calls Ryan’s words a passive-aggressive response to the petition. He also suggests that we understand what Ryan is up to.

Few people want to be labeled Nazi, but if you identify the left as the true danger to America, then you are a Nazi. According to the little bitch Ryan.

CNN

Headlined “Let There Be No Confusion,” Ryan writes on Facebook:

“I still firmly believe this hate exists only on the fringes. But so long as it exists, we need to talk about it. We need to call it what it is. And so long as it is weaponized for fear and terror, we need to confront it and defeat it.

That is why we all need to make clear there is no moral relativism when it comes to neo-Nazis. We cannot allow the slightest ambiguity on such a fundamental question.”

Later, he adds: “This is a test of our moral clarity. The words we use and the attitudes we carry matter. Yes, this has been a disheartening setback in our fight to eliminate hate. But it is not the end of the story. We can and must do better.”

Now, Ryan — and/or Republican — haters will note that nowhere in that statement does the Speaker actually say the words “Donald Trump” or “President Trump.” And they will — and should! — point out that Ryan very publicly disavowed Trump in the wake of the “Access Hollywood” tape but has pushed the president’s agenda in Congress nonetheless.

All fair. And warranted.

But, it’s also important to note that politics abhors a vacuum. And that people will, inevitably, move to fill such a vacuum. And that is exactly what Ryan is doing here.

As I wrote at the time, Trump’s “on many sides” comments — and then his doubling down two days later — was not solely a political failure but also a moral one. It wasn’t about what we expect from a Republican. It was about what we expect from a leader in a moment of genuine outrage and anxiety. Trump’s cluelessness about what he needed to do in that moment — and his stubborn refusal to acknowledge that, maybe just maybe, he hadn’t handled it the right way, left a giant gaping leadership hole in the country and the party.

Ryan, in this statement, is moving to fill it — to show that he understands the stakes of events like Charlottesville and what it means to the country in a way Trump doesn’t or can’t.

Forget the CNN editorializing. This is huge on its own.

The man who is third in line to be president should something happen to Trump and Pence refuses to acknowledge the existence of the absolute disgusting hatred of white people, Christianity, and America by the violent left.

Every Part of The “North Korea Threat” is a Fabrication by the CIA et. al.

IS ANYTHING WE’RE BEING TOLD ABOUT HIM TRUE OR IS IT DEEP STATE PROPAGANDA?

By now, Americans know or should know that their government is quite willing to lie to them. From the Kennedy assassination to the claim that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, used to justify the Iraq war, the lies come at us fast.

One subject where where Americans are not skeptical is Kim Jong Un. His comical appearance, combined with reports of all sorts of menacing remarks, has created a belief among the public that he’s a for real nut job who threatens world peace.

My own theory is that he’s a CIA operative, paid to act stupid in order to justify American troops in South Korea.

When I was browsing a prominent conspiracy forum a few days ago, I copied these thoughts since they partly dovetail with my own.

GLP

Every single story about the “North Korean threat” told by the US government and MSM is a FABRICATION made by SK and Japan.

All the videos of “ballistic tests”, all the lame provocateur speeches and the “news reports” made by retard women dressed like Japanese geisha sex slaves, are made in JAPAN and SOUTH KOREA and I bet all my money that former SK’s president Park Geun-hye was deposed and arrested because she was going to spill the beans.

Nobody EVER saw or recorded Kim Jong Un or anybody from NK’s government making any threats to America. The hoax being perpetrated by America’s bitches SK and Japan works flawlessly and easily because nobody outside the Korean peninsula speaks their fucking language and nobody OUTSIDE the Korean peninsula, like Korean immigrants worldwide, will say SHIT because they are pussies and know they WILL be hunted down and killed by silent ninja assassins.

I ALSO bet my money that Kim Jong Un doesn’t know half the shit happening outside his fantasy garden, he probably thinks Dennis Rodman is the US foreign secretary or something.

I’m afraid the Chinese cunts don’t exactly give a fuck on whether NK is going to be nuked because their government is run by lizards as well.

Among the replies to the above post was this one:

I’ve been saying it for years.

North Korea is a puppet state controlled by the west, and made to look like a rogue crazy state. They like to make Kim Jong look like a crazy mofo, and also use NK as an inside joke state.

It’s like the DR EVIL is taking over the world type of theme they are trying to portray with NK.

Biggest scam they have ever portrayed.

And all you idiots swallow it and think NK has any capability of anything.

Any missile test done was done by the west

and any attack that “kim” launches, will be a false flag launched by the WEST

MARK MY WORDS

You may recall that Obama claimed to have taken out Osama bin Laden, while there’s strong evidence he was already dead from his kidney disease.

If the American government says that Kim is taken out, be skeptical. He may end up in China living the good life while America claims he’s been incinerated. He may be just another crisis actor.

CIA CRISIS ACTOR?

Paul Craig Roberts: Facts Replaced by Propaganda Everywhere We Look

JAMES DAMORE, FIRED GOOGLE ENGINEER.

Coed has published a good example of the propaganda that Paul Craig Roberts discusses here. The Coed piece claims it is “sexist” and denigrates women to acknowledge differences between the sexes. And the young feminists eat it up.

Since this piece was written, James Damore has been fired.

Lew Rockwell

Russia is under economic and propaganda attack from the US. Additionally, the US is surrounding Russia and China with military and missile bases, leading both countries to the conclusion that Washington is preparing a surprise nuclear attack. Despite the high level of threat that Washington represents to the two nuclear powers, the English language Russian press can still find time to alert us to the increasing persecution of male Americans in behalf of feminist myths.

RT reports on a memo sent by a male engineer within Google. The memo committed the impermissible offense of challenging the feminist allegation that women are paid less than men in science and technology because of male discrimination against women. The engineer expressed a cogent argument, once understood as the obvious truth, that, despite sexism and all that, there are “differences in distributions of traits between men and women.” He lists male traits and female traits and nowhere says female traits are less important, only that they lie in different areas.

The engineer says that truth about male/female differences can no longer be uttered, because of “our shaming culture” that feminists and Identity Politics have created. We are obliged to ignore all factual evidence because the evidence does not support the ideology.

The engineer, so far undiscovered and not yet fired, was denounced by Google’s new vice president for Diversity, Integrity and Governance, Danielle Brown—a woman of course—for advancing “incorrect assumptions about gender.” There is no known scientific evidence attesting to the incorrectness of the engineer’s exposition, and even if there were there is nothing unusual about Americans having incorrect opinions. What Danielle Brown means is that what we all know to be true is inconsistent with the feminist ideology and therefore impermissible.

The unasked and unanswered question remains. How does a culture, or merely ordinary competence, survive when propaganda is elevated over fact?

Pence Denies Run for the White House in 2020, Contradicting “disgraceful and offensive” New York Times

American Vice-President Mike Pence boldly pushed back against the New York Times on Sunday. He specifically denies that he plans to run for president in 2020. Such a plan would undercut his boss, President Donald Trump.

Trump supporters had mostly been OK with Pence unti the Times story. Perhaps the Times has crafted a psy op, designed to make Trump and Trump supporters unhappy with his VP.

One common argument is that Pence is a leaker, out to bring down Trump quickly so that he can ascend to the presidency.

You can judge for yourself the sincerity of Pence’s denial and whether you think he could be a leaker.

AP via NOLA

Vice President Mike Pence has pushed back against a news report suggesting he is laying groundwork for a possible presidential bid in 2020 if President Donald Trump does not run.

In a statement released by the White House, Pence said Sunday’s story in The New York Times “is disgraceful and offensive to me, my family, and our entire team.” He added that “the allegations in this article are categorically false.”

The formal rebuttal of a news report by the vice president was an unusual move. In it, Pence also said his team will “focus all our efforts to advance the president’s agenda and see him re-elected in 2020.”

The report details efforts of several Republicans looking ahead to 2020, calling it a “shadow campaign.” It notes Pence’s political schedule and active fundraising, though it also says unnamed advisers have signaled that he’d only run if Trump doesn’t.

The article noted Pence has set up a fundraising committee. Called the Great America Committee, it can accept checks of up to $5,000 from individual donors. Pence raised about $1 million at a Washington fundraiser last month, attended by dozens of lawmakers and featuring remarks from White House adviser Ivanka Trump.

Trump has not suggested he won’t seek a second term. But his first six months in office have been turbulent, marked by staff infighting, legislative struggles and a series of investigations.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway also dismissed the report and said Pence is readying to run in 2020 “for re-election as vice president.”

“Vice President Pence is a very loyal, very dutiful, but also incredibly effective vice president, and active vice president, with this president,” said Conway on ABC’s “This Week.” ”He is a peer to the president in the West Wing.”

New York Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades Ha said in an emailed statement: “We are confident in the accuracy of our reporting and will let the story speak for itself.”

Trump Advisor Stephen Miller DESTROYS CNN’s Jim Acosta at Press Briefing

Verbal conflict arose at a White House briefing today. A CNN reporter, Jim Acosta, was called “ignorant” and “foolish” by Stephen Miller, President Donald Trump’s nationalist adviser and speech writer. Miller, who is Jewish, is the architect of Trump’s plan to cut legal immigration in half.

CNN’s Acosta, whose roots lie outside the U.S. in Cuba, accused President Trump of being a racist for proposing an immigration plan that requires immigrants to speak English.

This is probably the most widely covered story today.

Long version:

Short version:

Heavy offers 5 Fast Facts about Acosta. In short, Acosta is a troublemaker.

US police leaders blast President Trump for endorsing ‘police brutality’

Police leaders are politicians. They are disproportionately black. They, unlike the rank and file officers, don’t like Trump to begin with.

These police chiefs decided to score some political points by interpreting President Trump’s remarks as promoting or approving of police brutality.

In their condemnation of Trump, the chiefs quoted focus on “community trust.” Those are code words for coddling Negro thugs. In effect, there is a strong split between the chiefs and and their officers, who actually are out in the field taking insults and putting their lives at risk from Negro empowerment.

Excerpt from NOLA from Washington Post

Police leaders across the country moved quickly to distance themselves from – or to outright condemn – President Donald Trump’s statements about “roughing up” people who’ve been arrested.

The swift public denunciations came as departments are under intense pressure to stamp out brutality and excessive force that can erode the relationship between officers and the people they police – and cost police chiefs their jobs.

Some police leaders worried that three sentences uttered by the president during a Long Island, New York, speech could upend nearly three decades of fence-mending since the 1991 Los Angeles Police Department beating of Rodney King ushered in an era of distrust of police.

“It’s the wrong message,” Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, told Washington, D.C., radio station WTOP while speaking of the trust-building work that departments have undertaken since King’s beating. “The last thing we need is a green light from the president of the United States for officers to use unnecessary force.”

Trump made the comments at a gathering of law enforcement officers at Suffolk County Community College in New York.

“When you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over?” Trump said, miming the physical motion of an officer shielding a suspect’s head to keep it from bumping against the squad car.

“Like, don’t hit their head, and they just killed somebody – don’t hit their head,” Trump continued. “I said, you can take the hand away, OK?”

Trump’s remarks came after he spoke about local towns ravaged by gang violence.

Across the country, police department leaders said the president’s words didn’t reflect their views.

“The Suffolk County Police Department has strict rules and procedures relating to the handling of prisoners, and violations of those rules and procedures are treated extremely seriously,” the department said in an emailed statement. “As a department, we do not and will not tolerate ‘rough(ing)’ up prisoners.”

Trump’s comments also drew a rebuke from the International Association of Chiefs of Police. In a statement Friday, the group did not specifically mention Trump by name but appeared to respond to his speech by stressing the importance of treating all people, including suspects, with respect.

Mike Lopez, a Los Angeles police spokesman, told CNN that the department will “treat everyone with integrity and respect.”

“We work with partnerships in our community and continue to do that to keep our communities safe and secure from crime,” he told the news network. “With the help of our community we will continue to do this.”

Darrel Stephens, a former police chief who is now the executive director of the Major Cities Chiefs Association, told The Washington Post that the president’s words were a step back for police departments.

“Over the past two or three years, police departments have worked very, very hard to restore the loss of confidence and trust that people, particularly in the African-American community, have in the police, based on what happened in Ferguson and the other high profile shootings,” Stephens said. “Maybe not just what the president said, but the reaction of the police officers standing behind him, I think that complicates that.

“It sort of reinforces that there’s sort of a wink and a nod about these things, when that’s simply not the case.”

Police brutality is illegal. You’ve seen what Trump said. Did he advocate anything illegal? I don’t see it.

Aljazeera ran the story with this headline: Donald Trump to police: Don’t be too nice to suspects, which seems more accurate than WaPo’s take.

The president on Friday advocated rougher treatment of people in custody while delivering a speech on gang violence and illegal immigration.

Trump told police officers from the Suffolk County Police department in New York on Friday to “not be too nice” when dealing with suspects.

He said his administration was targeting gang members, “but we’d like to get them out a lot faster”.

“Please don’t be too nice,” he said, advising officers to use force when guiding “thugs into the back of a paddy wagon”.

Conclusion: More fake outrage and fake news, stirred up by the Washington Post.

Snopes in Danger of Shutting Down–Begs for $$$

Fact checking website Snopes.com is one of the most popular sites on the Internet. Recently, it’s become embroiled in scandal relating to sex and the misuse of funds, are reported on saboteur365 last December 22.

There are legal claims that were asserted this year that there’s more scamming going on in relation to Snopes. The response by Snopes has been to start a fund raising campaign. The Gofundme appeal has already raised $281,000 toward a half million dollar goal.

First, the Snopes fund raising appeal, then the story about the lawsuit relating to ownership and control of Snopes and misuse of funds by the Jewish owner.

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SNOPES.COM COMMUNITY: WE NEED YOUR HELP
Snopes.com in Danger of Shuttering

Dear Readers,

Snopes.com, which began as a small one-person effort in 1994 and has since become one of the Internet’s oldest and most popular fact-checking sites, is in danger of closing its doors. So, for the first time in our history, we are turning to you, our readership, for help.

Since our inception, we have always been a self-sustaining site that provides a free service to the online world: we’ve had no sponsors, no outside investors or funding, and no source of revenue other than that provided by online advertising. Unfortunately, we have been cut off from our historic source of advertising income.

We had previously contracted with an outside vendor to provide certain services for Snopes.com. That contractual relationship ended earlier this year, but the vendor will not acknowledge the change in contractual status and continues to essentially hold the Snopes.com web site hostage. Although we maintain editorial control (for now), the vendor will not relinquish the site’s hosting to our control, so we cannot modify the site, develop it, or — most crucially — place advertising on it. The vendor continues to insert their own ads and has been withholding the advertising revenue from us.

Our legal team is fighting hard for us, but, having been cut off from all revenue, we are facing the prospect of having no financial means to continue operating the site and paying our staff (not to mention covering our legal fees) in the meanwhile.

As misinformation has increasingly threatened democracies around the world (including our own), Snopes.com has stood in the forefront of fighting for truth and dispelling misinformation online. It is vital that these efforts continue, so we are asking the Snopes.com community to donate what they can. (Our suggested donation is $10, but if you can give more please consider doing so — every little bit helps.)

We need our community now more than ever, as it is only through your support that Snopes.com can remain the community and resource we all know and love.

Sincerely yours,

Team Snopes.

Excerpt from Courthouse News

A lawsuit filed in California last week claims the fact-check news site Snopes.com has been caught up in its own concealment scheme, in an ownership spat that has left the site’s personnel matters in limbo.

Internet media management company Proper Media sued Bardav Inc. and its owner David Mikkelson over the “unlawful jockeying for ownership and control of the fact-checking website Snopes.com,” which gained a national profile during the presidential election last year and “recently entered into a high-profile agreement with Facebook to integrate fact-checking services into its social media platform,” according to the 16-page lawsuit filed in San Diego Superior Court on May 4.

Mikkelson and his ex-wife Barbara founded Bardav – which owns the Snopes website – in 2003, and each owned a 50 percent shared in the company. When the two divorced, Barbara Mikkelson sold her share to Proper Media last July.

While Proper Media was already managing a significant amount of the operation of Snopes including all content and advertising accounts prior to acquiring shares in the company, the company says in its complaint that when its individual shareholders, including Vincent Green, gained a stake in Snopes a scam was launched to take over the website – one of the 1,000 most popular in the United States.

But Proper Media says in its complaint that Mikkelson “was unhappy that Barbara maintained ownership of half of what he always considered to be his company after the divorce.”

Thus, Proper Media says, Green and Mikkelson conspired to gain majority control of Bardav and Snopes.com. Mikkelson and Green blocked its access to “personnel, accounts, tools and data necessary to manage Snopes,” according to the lawsuit.

“Mikkelson, in conjunction with Green, intentionally did block Proper Media’s access to personnel, accounts, tools and data to take over Snopes and to prevent Proper Media from performing under the general services agreement,” Proper Media says in its lawsuit.

The company also accuses Mikkelson of misusing Bardav funds and says he was improperly reimbursed for legal fees related to his divorce and travel expenses from when he went on a honeymoon to Asia late last year with his new bride – Snopes employee Elyssa Young.

DAVID MIKKELSON AND BRIDE ELYSSA YOUNG.

Meanwhile, Green removed $10,000 worth of computer equipment used by three Proper Media employees before sending his resignation to Proper Media from a Snopes email account, according to Proper Media’s lawsuit. The company also accuses him of blocking its founders – plaintiffs Christopher Richmond and Drew Schoentrup – from accessing Snopes’ content-management system.

Additionally, Proper Media says Green removed Snopes-related data from its online communication tools including Slack and Asana. The company says Green admitted he did not complete work for Proper Media from the start of the alleged conspiracy in January up until his resignation April 3, even though the company paid him and contributed to his health insurance premiums, according to the lawsuit.

Proper Media is still responsible for operating the content-management system for Snopes, though access to the system remains blocked for Proper Media employees, the lawsuit says.

Shut it down. It’s fake news.