President Trump’s Louisville Rally March 20, 2017 (full video and story)

Trump begins speaking at about the 2 hour and 44 minute mark.

The story of the rally as published in the local press seems reasonably fair to me. It has to be better than you’d get from Huffinton Post, CNN, etc.

Louisville Courier-Journal

Resurrecting coal jobs, replacing Obamacare and making America great again. President Donald Trump descended upon Louisville Monday night, where he regaled thousands of wildly enthusiastic supporters with familiar promises from the 2016 campaign trail as Kentuckians still infuriated by his election protested outside.

Here are the highlights from The Donald’s brief-but-boisterous visit to the Derby City.

Trump willing to work with Rand Paul

Many expected Trump to use Monday’s rally to promote his administration’s plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare.

Trump promised the result of the ongoing negotiations over Republicans’ repeal-and-replace plan for the ACA would be wonderful and indicated that he is willing to work with Paul on that front. “I happen to like – a lot – Sen. Rand Paul,” Trump said. “He’s a good guy.”

But the president didn’t focus solely on health care during his speech. He whipped through a series of talking points that felt like a reprise of his campaign’s greatest hits. Trump promised the Second Amendment is safe – insinuating that it wouldn’t have been if Hillary Clinton had won – and told a cheering crowd, “We believe in two simple rules: Buy American and hire American.”

Rand Paul peaced out before Trump arrived

Sen. Rand Paul paid Louisville a quick visit Monday too but jetted back to Washington, D.C., instead of sticking around for Trump’s rally.

Paul once again swore to oppose the Trump-backed “Obamacare Lite” plan for replacing the ACA Monday during a local, invite-only chamber of commerce event.

He said he welcomed Trump to Kentucky but had to head back to D.C. to work on the coalition that’s trying to defeat the current repeal-and-replace bill.

Protesters passionate but dwarfed by supporters

As thousands lined up to see Trump speak, several hundred protesters gathered outside Freedom Hall with eye-popping signs to demonstrate that not all Kentuckians support the president despite how handily he won the state’s electoral votes last November.

After the rally ended, Louisville police officers worked to keep the people who came to cheer Trump and those who came to jeer him apart. That didn’t stop both sides from swapping insults, though.

Trump pledges support for coal miners

Trump promised his administration will transform the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency “from a job-killer into a job-creator.”

“We are going to put our coal miners back to work,” he said. “They have not been treated well, but they’re going to be treated well now.”

Trump talks of unity

Although Trump reiterated his promise to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border Monday night, the president emphasized unity as he wrapped up his speech.

Everyone bleeds the same red blood, he told the crowd. “We are Americans and the future belongs to us. The future belongs to you,” he said.

In the face of unprecedented abuse, President Trump seems to draw strength from his deplorables. May we keep the faith with him as he hits bumps in the road while trying his best to Make America Great Again.

Watch! Adorable blind girl blows away the crowd at Donald Trump rally in Louisville Kentucky

Very nice. As one Tweeter wrote, she beats Beyonce any day.

If you prefer to watch on youtube:

Sorry, but I don’t know the little girl’s name, but if someone publishes it, I’ll update this post.

“White” Boy, Age 4, Shaves Head So Teacher Can’t Tell Him from His Negro Friend

There are numerous articles documenting that babies are “racist,” including this one at Time.

But along came this story a few days ago. A “white” mother claims her “white” son loves his little black pal. Thus, racism is something that is not natural.

Hmmm. I wonder if mom has an agenda?

The Independent

It’s a story of schoolyard friendship which, according to the mother of one of the children involved, provides proof that racial discrimination is only taught in later life.

According to a Facebook post that has been shared widely in the US, a five-year-old white boy asked to be given the same haircut as his black friend in the belief their school teacher would not be able to tell them apart.

Jax Rosebush, from Kentucky, asked his mother to shave his hair short so he could look like his friend Reddy Weldon.

“He said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart,” Lydia Rosebush, Jax’s mother said in a post on Facebook.

“He thought it would be so hilarious to confuse his teacher with the same haircut.”

‘…If this isn’t proof that hate and prejudice is something that is taught I don’t know what is. The only difference Jax sees in the two of them is their hair,’ she added.

The post has currently received more than 152,000 likes and has been shared nearly 82,000 times.

Obviously, Jax Rosebush is a Jew and his mother is a bullshitter. Millions of readers worldwide have fallen for this stunt.

Kudos to us for being smart enough to know bullshit when we see it. By the way, check out young Jax’s Jew nose below.

Ashkanazi Jews are not white, but a Turkic people from the Middle East. Jews push memes that would cause the extinction of the white race. This story is another example of Jewish deception.

Public Outrage Dooms “Blue Lives Matter” on Police Cars


A police department whose cars sported the decal seen above has caved to blacks who consider the words “Blue Live Matter” to be racist.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

A police department in Kentucky removed ‘Blue Lives Matter’ decals featuring the Marvel comic character The Punisher from their patrol cars after public outcry.

Catlettsburg Police Chief Cameron Logan, who helped create the decals as a way to ‘give back to the police officers’, said both the city council and mayor approved of the design, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported.

While many locals were supportive of the decals, others said the message was dismissive to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Critics also pointed out that the Punisher is a vigilante who fights crime through brutal means like torture, murder and extortion – making the association with a police force a disturbing one.

Logan enlisted a decal business in Louisiana and the large design, featuring the Punisher skull with ‘Blues Lives Matter’ emblazoned over it, was added to the patrol cars in December.

The police chief defended his decision to the Lexington Herald-Leader, saying: ‘“That design is basically to give back to the police officers. Our lives matter just as much as anybody’s.

‘I’m not racist or anything like that, I’m not trying to stir anything up like that. I consider it to be a ‘warrior logo’.

When you give in to leftists, it only empowers them. Resist!

White Woman Tells Off Wetback Line Jumper, Labeled “Racist” by Internet

I once had a white male friend whose true love was a Mexican girl who went by the name “Kathy swallows” on local bathroom walls. I pity him.

But he told me many stories about how his Mexican girlfriend refused to acknowledge or stand in lines. She never, ever stood in a line.

Not all Mexicans are line jumpers of course, but it’s a cultural characteristic, along with f*cking dogs, pedophilia, and shoplifting.


LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – An hour after Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer issued a response to a racist tirade captured on video at a local mall, JCPenney’s corporate office has done the same.

The video, posted by Renee Buckner on Facebook on Tuesday night, showed a woman angrily berating another woman at a register inside the JCPenney store at Jefferson Mall, using demeaning language while alleging another shopper cut in line. The video had been viewed 6.3 million times on Facebook, and had been shared more than 161,000 times, but was taken down from the social media site at about 12:35 p.m. It is now on Youtube, and can be viewed below (the rest of the story continues below the video):

“We are deeply disturbed by the incident that took place at our Jefferson Mall store, in which one customer made extremely inappropriate remarks to two other customers while standing in the checkout line,” the release began. “We regret that innocent bystanders – both other customers and a JCPenney associate – were subjected to such discriminatory remarks. We absolutely do not tolerate this behavior in our stores, and are working with our associates to ensure any future incidents of this nature will be addressed quickly and appropriately. In the meantime, JCPenney is asking for the community’s help in identifying the two women who were targeted for such remarks, as we would like to reimburse them for their entire purchase and offer a sincere apology for their experience.”

Fischer had weighed in about an hour earlier:

“I am sad and disappointed to see conduct like this, when one person so dehumanizes another human being,” he said in an email to local media Wednesday. “This is not who we are, and on behalf of our community, I apologize to the two women who were treated in such a horrible way. I hope this video prompts many discussions among families as they gather for the holidays this week – discussions about basic human values, dignity and respect. As a country of immigrants, we must understand that we only move forward through peace, acceptance and embracing those who are different from us. These are basic American values protected in our Constitution, values embraced in this welcoming, compassionate community.”

As of 12:40 p.m. Wednesday, the video had been viewed 6.3 million times on Facebook, and has been shared more than 161,000 times.

Jefferson Mall released a statement Tuesday night, shortly after the video was posted on Facebook.

“We are aware of the video posted online today from inside JCPenney,” the release said. “Jefferson Mall strives to create a comfortable and convenient experience for all of our guests and we absolutely do not condone this type of behavior. We will work with JCPenney to identify this woman and once identified, she will be permanently banned from Jefferson Mall, per our Behavioral Code of Conduct.”

How about banning line jumpers you fucking pukes? You must be Jews! Am I right?

I think the entire world has weighed in against the right of white people to defend themselves except for Obama and the Pope. The Pope is probably too busy kissing up to Muslims, while Obama won’t bother to interrupt his golfing.

The British daily, the Express has also covered this story, along with media world-wide.

Guess what, a**holes? We will not be silenced. Take your diversity and shove it.

Iranian Food Stamp Millionaire Worth $120 Million Indicted on Food Stamp Fraud


Unemployed white coal miners and other “losers” in the globalist economy need more than the few crumbs the feds have been throwing to the them for decades now. Then along comes a migrant millionaire who allegedly steals $45,000 worth of benefits when he’s worth $120 million and is friends with Donald Trump.

Deport him, if found guilty.


GEAUGA COUNTY – A Geauga County millionaire—who comes from royalty—has been indicted on charges he illegally received food stamps and medicaid assistance.

Ali Pascal Mahvi is facing four felony counts which could put him behind bars for more than four years if convicted. The case involving Mahvi was first exposed by the Investigator Tom Meyer in September.

“I absolutely believe he should serve time behind bars,” said James Flaiz, the Geauga County Prosecutor.

Meyer informed Mahvi of the indictment at Mahvi’s 8,000 square foot home.

“I’m not guilty,” Mahvi said.

Prosecutors say Mahvi defrauded Medicaid out of $45,000 and about $8,400 in food stamps.

Mahvi, who is the son of an Iranian prince, estimates his worth at about $120 million. His $800,000 home features five bedrooms and five bathrooms, an in-ground swimming pool, and stable with horses.

Mahvi, who says he owns 70 percent of a resort in St. Lucia, says he’s played by the rules. He says he lives off loans from friends which he argues are not considered income for food stamp eligibility.
Flaiz disagrees.

“Through our investigation, we found they were actual investments and were not loans,” he said. “There were actually hundreds of thousands of dollars of what he was calling loans that we discovered he never declared.”

Mahvi says the criminal case shut down his efforts to sell airplane parts to Iran.

“I worked really hard to get Iran to buy Boeing and I lost that because of this, these allegations,” Mahvi said.

Mahvi denies having a $4 million Swiss bank account. He says that account had belonged to his father. Flaiz says his staff is still combing through Mahvi’s 14 bank accounts.

“Literally millions of dollars involved in what was going in and out of his accounts that made this investigation especially difficult,” Flaiz said.

Mahvi says he and his lawyer will fight the charges starting next month when Mahvi is scheduled to appear in court for his arraignment.

Mahvi isn’t ruling out help from his friends in high places. When asked if he would solicit the help of his friend, President-elect Donald Trump, Mahvi said “no comment” and when asked if it’s a possibility, Mahvi again said “no comment.”

Did This Musloid Doctor Shot Dead by Cops in Rural Kentucky Inspire the Nearby Tennessee Wildfire Arsonists?



It’s 139 miles from Harlan, Kentucky to Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Earlier this year, a Muslim doctor in Harlan was killed by police while trying to escape after being charged with planting explosive devices in the woods.

I sense that Sawaf’s schemes may have something to do with the arson in the nearby Great Smoky Mountains that burned up all-white Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

This story is dated August 12, 2016.

Man in custody killed trying to escape during officers’ search for explosives in woods

A man shot and killed during a confrontation with authorities Thursday night in Harlan County was previously accused of concealing explosives in trail cameras and putting them in the woods.

Mark Sawaf, 39, of Harlan had been indicted by a federal grand jury in July and was scheduled to go to trial on Sept. 13, according to court documents. He was ordered to remain in custody until trial and was indicted on eight charges, including owning and making unregistered destructive devices.

Lexington Fire Department investigator Capt. Brad Dobrzynski shot Sawaf during the altercation, which occurred after Sawaf tried to escape, state police said. ATF Special Agent Todd Tremaine and Lt. Matt Greathouse of the Lexington Police Department hazardous devices unit were also involved in the altercation that broke out on a hill above Woodland Hills subdivision about 6:50 p.m.

ATF had received information that Sawaf had placed more explosives in the woods and had gone with him to find them, Kentucky State Police Trooper Shane Jacobs said Friday. ATF asked Lexington police and fire officials for help because of “an expanded area” that needed to be searched and the scale of the operation, state police said. The state police hazardous devices unit was also asked to assist.

Sawaf died at the scene, according to state police and the Harlan County coroner’s office.

The group had found several trail cameras in the woods before the shooting, and bomb technicians searched the area Friday for more explosives, Jacobs said. Trail cameras are usually affixed to trees and are motion-activated to take photos of deer and other animals, but Sawaf allegedly had modified some with explosive material.

Apparently, Sawaf had a taste for hot blondes.

Although I have no information on Sawaf’s relationship to the blonde in the photos, she appears to be a wife or girlfriend. I’ve noticed that Middle Eastern males assimilate in the West to the extent of going after white women, especially blondes.

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