Trump in Texas: Demonized Again by Fake News Media

The headline TRUMP IN TEXAS: “WHAT A CROWD, WHAT A TURNOUT” gave the Trump haters all they needed to begin the mass hysteria.

1. They slammed him for treating a disaster like a campaign rally.

2. They slammed him for wearing a white USA cap, which they called a campaign hat.

3. They slammed him for what they call environmental damage caused by Air Force One going to Texas.

4. They slammed the First Lady for wearing high heels.

The left is having a collective nervous breakdown for which there is no cure. Sad!


President Donald Trump, addressing a crowd of people who had gathered outside a firehouse where he met with local officials in Corpus Christi, Texas, remarked on the size of the crowd as if he were at a rally.

“Thank you everybody,” Trump said as he waived. He told people the response to Harvey’s flooding “is going well.”

Looking over the gathering, he remarked: “What a crowd, what a turnout,” according to video of the remarks.

The crowd could be heard cheering in the video. But CNN reported not everyone was supportive of the president. The network said a sign held read “You pardoned Joe, what about Jose?” in reference to Trump pardon of former Maricopa (Ariz.) County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

In the meeting with local and state officials earlier, Trump said Harvey’s destruction and flooding was a disaster “of epic proportions.”

“This was of epic proportions. No one has ever seen anything like this,” the president said as he received a briefing on rescue efforts.

Trump also said his administration wants to handle the recovery “better than ever before.”

“We want to be looked at in five years, in 10 years from now as this is the way to do it,” Trump said speaking to reporters. Addressing Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Trump said this is not the time to say congratulations.

“We won’t say congratulations. We don’t wanna do that,” the president said, “we’ll congratulate each other when it’s all finished.”

Trump departed Corpus Christi on Tuesday afternoon and was headed to Austin, Texas, CNN reported.

Politics? Delta Boots Ann Coulter from Reserved Seat

It’s easy to believe that a far-left employee at Delta Airlines decided to punish leggy conservative Ann Coulter for her conservative political and social views. In fact, I’ll bet the scalawag who did the dirty deed is a sodomite male. This is exactly the kind of dirty trick those freaks like to play.

New York Post

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter flew into a fit of fury Saturday after Delta Airlines booted her from her reserved “Comfort+’’ seat — which comes with 3 additional inches of legroom — and gave it to another passenger.

In a two-hour tweeting tantrum,she quoted her exchange with a flight attendant: “Why are you taking me out of the extra room seat I specifically booked?’’ she asked.

Their answer, she said, was “I don’t know.’’

The 6-foot-tall Coulter, who is 55, tweeted a picture of the woman who got her aisle seat on the flight from LaGuardia to Florida, noting, “Delta didn’t give my extra room seat to an air marshal or tall person.’’

A Delta spokesman said it appeared Coulter was in the same extra-room row, just in a different seat. But he promised to look into it.

One Twitter user, clearly not a fan of the columnist, wrote. “Ann Coulter is having a bad day which makes my day better. Thanks Delta.”

Latino Studies Major at Berkeley Stabs Woman to Death over Pronoun



Pablo Gomez Jr. was a University of California, Berkeley, senior majoring in Latino studies and a prominent campus activist when authorities say he stabbed to death a popular elementary-school teacher.

Soon, the crime that police described as “very brutal and unusual” in a city that reported just two homicides last year was sucked up into the debate over gender identity when it was reported that Gomez preferred to be called “they” rather than “he.”


Even in famously liberal Berkeley, with its long history of protest, the uproar came as a surprise, overwhelming the online news site,, that first reported on Gomez’s preference.

“I didn’t see it as something that would anger anyone,” reporter Emilie Raguso said.

After Raguso’s report, conservative commentator Ann Coulter ridiculed the pronoun change and mocked Gomez’s activist background. and other conservative political websites picked up the story.

On the university campus, where the debate over nontraditional pronouns has simmered, some students said Gomez’s case is different.

“I think you give away your right to make a demand like that when you are arrested for killing somebody,” said junior Jonothan Chow, a member of the College Republicans.

Representatives of UC Berkeley’s Gender Equity Resource Center, where Gomez was a member, declined requests to comment on the controversy, as did other gay rights activist groups in Berkeley.

Victim Emile Inman, a 27-year-old native of France, was found in her home in January with a “We Stand with Standing Rock” sign in the front window she shared with other young roommates a few miles from campus.


Hours earlier on Jan. 6, police found Kiana Schmitt, 24, seriously injured outside an apartment just north of campus. Police have declined to say how Schmitt was connected to Gomez.

Gomez was arrested Jan. 7 at a Burbank hospital near the Southern California home of Gomez’s parents. Gomez is being held in jail and is accused of killing Inman and assaulting Schmitt.

A young woman who answered the door this week at Inman’s home declined to comment, and her family also has refused requests from The Associated Press and other media to comment on her death.

Gomez’s attorney, George Arroyo, declined to comment and Gomez’s parents did not respond to email requests for comment. Their telephone listing in Los Angeles appears disconnected.

The judge in the case ordered a mental health evaluation after Gomez was removed from a Feb. 1 court hearing to enter a plea to charges of murder, attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and robbery.

Deputies led a kicking and screaming Gomez from the courtroom after a brief meeting with Arroyo.

I witnessed a Mexican tranny chimp out in the local Salvation Army store a few years ago. They really are crazy. But murder?

It’s very sad that the dead French girl and the injured girl were not schooled in the ways of race and sex realism. In liberal Berkeley the message that we are all one race, the human race, and thus, we’re all just alike would have been their mindset.

Gomez is allegedly the murderer, but he had plenty of help from the insane leftist Berkeley culture.

SPLC Spews Lies at Duke University Forum

I don’t actually expect anyone to watch this, but I’m posting it as a reference in case anyone gets into an in-depth study of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

As of this writing the long video has 11 views.

For some truth about the SPLC check out

Henry Makow on con man Morris Dees of SPLC

From the youtube information box:

Published on Feb 24, 2017

The number of hate groups in the U.S. has risen for the second year in a row and is close to an all-time high according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which conducts an annual census of such groups. There’s been a huge spike in anti-Muslim hate groups. We talk with Heidi Beirich who leads the SPLC’s Intelligence Project, “one of the most respected anti-terror organizations in the world” and SPLC’s president Richard Cohen. The conversation is led by David Schanzer,
Associate Professor of the Practice in the Sanford School of Public Policy Director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security.

Female Secret Service Agent Tries to Backtrack from Vow to Leave Trump Unprotected


It’s lovely when a woman Secret Service agent puts her vagina above her job.

Kerry O’Grady has just encouraged every feminist nutcase in the country to try to assassinate President Trump.

The gist of her message on social media is that she’s not going to protect the man. That gives anyone with a grievance a free shot at him.

You saw the Women’s March on Saturday. You know how crazy most of those “nasty women” are.

Excerpt from World Net Daily

DENVER – A top U.S. Secret Service agent posted on her Facebook page during the 2016 presidential race that she would not “take a bullet” for the GOP candidate, and eventual winner, Donald Trump.

“But this world has changed and I have changed. And I would take jail time over a bullet or an endorsement for what I believe to be disaster to this country and the strong and amazing women and minorities who reside here,” wrote Kerry O’Grady, the special agent in charge of the agency’s Denver region.

“Hatch Act be damned. I am with Her.”

“I am with Her” was a slogan used by the failed Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton.

In yet another post, according to the Washington Examiner, she claimed the nation was moving “into a period of bigotry, misogyny and racism that this country has not tolerated for decades.

“Dark ages. I am horrified and dismayed beyond words,” she wrote.

The Hatch Act forbids federal officials, excluding the president and a few others, from engaging in certain political activities.

The report said O’Grady “oversees coordination with Washington-based advance teams for all presidential candidate and presidential trips to the area, including all upcoming or future trips by the president, vice president or Trump administration officials.”

A source for the Examiner said the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security had received a complaint about O’Grady’s social-media campaigning.

The Secret Service told the news organization that it was aware of the postings, “and we are looking into the matter.”

The rest of the story goes into how O’Grady tried to weasel out of her violation of the Hatch Act. It all sounds pretty phony and self-justifying.

This woman is not mentally qualified to continue in her position in the Secret Service. Terminate her.

“KKK” Shows up at Congressional Hearings to “Welcome” Jeff Sessions

Sputnik News

Two men dressed up as Ku Klux Klansmen were removed from Senator Jeff Sessions’ hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.

The disruption took place almost immediately after Sessions entered the chamber for his confirmation hearing. Sessions is President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for attorney general, and has faced extreme criticism for a joke he made roughly three decades ago that was deemed racially insensitive. The two men stood on chairs, donned sheets and oversized mock foam fingers that read “Go Jeffie Boy!” and “KKK,” while shouting mock support for the Alabama Senator.

Instead of simply escorting these vile creatures out of hearing, they ought to be arrested and forced to put up $1,000 in bail, after which a fine of at least that much should be assessed.


As cops stepped in to remove the protesters, they shouted, “you can’t arrest me, I’m white!”

Sessions’ alleged racism is hotly debated, and he is accused of saying that he “thought the KKK was okay, until I found out they smoke pot,” some 30 years ago. At the time of the joke, Sessions was helping prosecute KKK members for a lynching.

It used to be that the left offered arguments for their political positions. Now all they do is disrupt and scream “racist” at everyone who disagrees with them.

Fire up the gas chambers for their benefit? You think about that.

Cassandra Fairbanks, the reporter who wrote this piece, is a rare Trump supporter among the press corps. Last week she showed up at Senator John McCain’s hearings on Russian election hacking wearing a shirt that mocked the idea. She later in a post-hearing interview showed McCain to be an ignorant jackass with one of her questions.

Cassandra is a good woman whom we ought to support.


Read more about Cassandra at the BBC.