South African Blacks Destroy H & M Store After Monkey Ad Campaign (Video)

South African blacks claim that being compared to monkeys is racist. And then they go and act like monkeys!

Be aware that the 28 second video automatically goes to another video when this one ends. The subsequent videos offer more coverage of the South African Nagger protests over Monkey hoodie boy.

Small White Female Teacher Handcuffed, Arrested by HUGE Black Cop for Speaking Out at School Board Meeting

Watch the disgusting video of the teacher’s arrest embedded at the bottom of this post.

I think she’s white, although her first name is Deyshia. Hell, this is Louisiana, where a fuxated culture results in all sorts of strange outcomes.

In my opinion, the video clearly shows an ape cop taking out his anti-white racism against a tiny female with a light complexion.

Fire the ape!!!

CBS News

ABBEVILLE, La. — A Louisiana teacher who spoke out about teacher pay at a school board meeting was handcuffed by a law officer as she screamed on the floor while the officer tried to gain control of her in a brief struggle. In dramatic video posted by KATC-TV, the teacher yells at the officer that he’d just pushed her to the ground. The officer orders her to “stop resisting.”

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Monkey Hoodie Modeled by Negro Sprog Sparks Outrage Over “Racist Image”

Blacks know they look like monkeys, which is why they’re sensitive to being called monkeys, apes, etc.

Haha. As far as I could see, CBS is not allowing comments on this story. I wonder why.

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Hate Crime Update: Negress Member of Gang that Kidnapped, Tortured Retarded White Youth Sentenced to PROBATION, 4 Year Facebook Ban

When four Negros livestreamed their torture of a bound and gagged white youth they had kidnapped, it sparked national outrage last January. Even Obama condemned the crime.

We deplorables had to work hard to get the Chicongo authorities to charge the sweet, innocent little dindus with a hate crime, but we eventually got the job done.

One of the mau-mau terrorists was sentenced on Friday. No one should feel good about it. Probation plus four years without Facebook is a slap on the wrist for a crime of this magnitude. That light sentence, it should be noted, was served up by a Jigaboo Judge.

Chicago Tribune

A Chicago woman who live-streamed video of the racially charged beating of a teen with mental disabilities pleaded guilty Friday to a hate crime and was sentenced to four years of probation.

Brittany Covington, 19, has been in custody since her arrest in January.

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Trump’s Retweets of Videos Exposing Muslim Menace Sparks Condemnation by Establishment

JAYDA FRANSEN. MAYBE TRUMP CAN HELP KEEP HER OUT OF PRISON FOR CRITICIZING MUSLIMS.

President Donald Trump retweeted three Tweets from Jayda Frasen on Wednesday morning, sparking outrage from the American and British establishment.

It may not be politically correct, but truth is truth. And Trump has proven over and over that he’s willing to speak it.

Jayda’s troubles with the British police for critizing Muslims are covered at Newsweek.

Notable for his support for Trump’s Retweets is the response from David Duke, covered in the CBS story below.

First, these three items appeared on Trump’s Twitter earlier today:

CBS News

President Trump’s online endorsement of videos posted by a leader of an extremist UK fringe group is prompting reaction both in the United States and abroad.

The videos were tweeted out by the account held by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of the far-right U.K. political party “Britain First,” which is known for promoting an anti-Islam, anti-immigration and nationalist agenda. The group is estimated to have only about 1,000 active members, and its rallies around the U.K. draw supporters numbering only in the hundreds.

Following Mr. Trump’s retweets of Fransen, numerous lawmakers in the United Kingdom raised their concerns over the president’s subtle support of the group.

Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesperson said in a statement in response to the retweets, that it was “wrong for the president to have done this.” The statement added:

“Britain First seeks to divide communities through their use of hateful narratives which peddle lies and stoke tensions. They cause anxiety to law-abiding people. British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the far-right, which is the antithesis of the values that this country represents – decency, tolerance and respect.”

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labor party tweeted, “I hope our government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump. They are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society.”

A member of Parliament, Yvette Cooper, took to the floor to condemn Fransen’s remarks, tweeting that the UK government “can’t stay silent” on Mr. Trump’s tweets, calling it “disgraceful and dangerous.”

Brendan Cox, husband of the Labour party lawmaker Jo Cox who was killed by a man who shouted the name of the group at the time of her slaying, tweeted in response to Mr. Trump’s retweets Wednesday morning, saying he has “legitimized the far right in his own country, now he’s trying to do it in ours. Spreading hatred has consequences and the president should be ashamed of himself.”

Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, of Colorado, called Mr. Trump’s retweets “irresponsible and disgraceful.”

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Virginia, called on the White House to clarify the president’s remarks, and “stop spreading bigotry.”

Meanwhile, former KKK imperial wizard David Duke appeared to defend the president, saying Mr. Trump “brings to light what the lying, fake news media won’t.”

And On Fransen’s own Twitter account, a message appeared lauding Mr. Trump for sharing the Britain First message with his “around 44 million followers!”

Fransen later tweeted that she was “facing prison time for criticizing Islam” in light of Mr. Trump’s support, saying “Britain is now Sharia compliant.”

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also responded to the outcry later Wednesday morning, telling reporters “regardless of the video, the threat is very real.”

She added, “the president has talked about the need for strong borders and strong security since the campaign trail, that’s not a secret that’s something he’ll continue talking about and continue highlighting in a lot of different venues and avenues.”

Asked if the president’s retweets were an endorsement of the “Britain First” movement, Sanders replied, “Not that I’m aware of but he does endorse a strong national security and endorses strong borders.”

The fact that Trump would risk infuriating the world establishment the way he did today may be the biggest story of the year. We need him to keep pushing back against political correctness and for the truth.

Black Congresswoman Demands Trump Apology, Calls Niger his Benghazi

FREDERICA WILSON. THE CONGRESSLADY WANTS AN APOLOGY FROM THE POTUS.

President Donald Trump finds himself in the middle of another feud. This time with a colored lady who wears big cowboy hats.

Setting aside the Trump-Wilson feud, McCain, Graham, and Schumer have finally met a war they don’t like–Niger. They had no idea that Americans were stationed there. Or so they say.

Just so Larry, Moe and Curly know, it was Obama who sent American troops to Niger to fight jihadists.

It looks like a joint effort is shaping up between Democrats and the Republican establishment to pin the deaths of four American soldiers on the enemy–the enemy being Trump, not the actual shooters, aka ISIS.

The story of the American mission in Niger is told concisely at NRO. You may want to read it to fill in the gaps.

The Guardian

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson on Sunday demanded an apology from Donald Trump’s White House for false statements made about her by senior officials, as the president continued to attack the Florida Democrat.

Wilson declared that the deadly ambush of US forces in Niger at the heart of their dispute was Trump’s equivalent of the deadly 2011 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, over which Republicans in Congress pursued Hillary Clinton, who was secretary of state when the attack happened.

Senators from both parties urged the administration to release more information about the Niger incident, which happened on 4 October and in which four Americans were killed.

Wilson said John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, had smeared her after she criticised Trump’s handling of a condolence call to the family of one of the soldiers killed in the ambush.

“General Kelly owes the nation an apology because when he lied about me, he lied to the American public,” Wilson said on Twitter.

Kelly on Thursday falsely accused Wilson of using a 2015 speech at the unveiling of a new FBI building in Florida to boast about securing federal money for her district. Video footage of the speech showed Wilson had in fact praised a bipartisan effort to name the complex after two agents killed on duty.

GENERAL KELLY. NO APOLOGY SO FAR.

Instead of acknowledging Kelly’s error, the White House falsely suggested that the video had supported his remarks. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, dismissed Wilson – who is known in Congress for her colourful stetsons – as being “all hat, no cattle”.

The quarrel began when Wilson disclosed Trump had told Sgt La David Johnson’s grieving widow that the green beret “knew what he signed up for” before being killed by insurgents in Niger. Wilson, a friend of Johnson’s family, had been invited to join them to listen to the president’s call.

Trump repeatedly denied making the comment and said he had proof Wilson’s claim was untrue. After Trump failed to produce such proof, Kelly appeared to confirm Wilson’s account of the call in his remarks on Thursday at the White House, even while condemning her for making it public.

Trump on Sunday morning posted his fifth tweet criticising Wilson. “Wacky Congresswoman Wilson is the gift that keeps on giving for the Republican Party, a disaster for Dems,” he wrote. “You watch her in action & vote R!”

The dispute has revived wider concerns about the fatal incident – in which the US soldiers were killed during an attack on their convoy and five Nigerien soldiers also died – and about America’s role in anti-terror efforts in the west African state. Authorities suspect militants affiliated to the Islamic State were responsible for the ambush. Sgt Johnson was buried in Florida on Saturday.

Conflicting accounts of what led to the attack given by US and Nigerien officials have led members of Congress including John McCain, the Republican chair of the Senate armed services committee, to criticise the Pentagon’s response.

Senator James Lankford, Republican of Oklahoma, said on Sunday he shared concerns over the contradicting narratives. “At this point we have conflicting stories,” Lankford said on CBS’s Face The Nation. “We want to be able to get the full, accurate story and get it right.”

Lankford’s sentiments were echoed by Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, and Senator Charles Schumer, a Democrat of New York.

“I didn’t know there was 1,000 troops in Niger,” Graham said on NBC’s Meet the Press. “This is an endless war without boundaries and no limitation on time and geography … You’ve got to tell us more and [McCain] is right to say that.”

Schumer, the Senate minority leader, said he was similarly unaware. Schumer said information being provided by the Trump administration was “not adequate” and should be re-examined.

“We need to look at this carefully,” Schumer told NBC. “This is a brave new world. There are no set battle plans.”

Here’s a question for you. Are there ever circumstances in which a white man, say General Kelly, should apologize to a black female?

Negress Congresswoman at Heart of Trump Phone Call Kerfuffle Calls General Kelly a Racist and a Liar

THE HORSE MANURE FROM FREDERICA WILSON’S MOUTH SURE MADE THAT ROSE GROW.

Looks like this may be the big story of the day. This is the second post here on Frederica the Hat Lady in the last 12 hours.

The more that she keeps opening her retarded mouth, the easier it is to flip people toward race realism.

Daily Mail

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson says John Kelly lied about her behavior at the dedication of an FBI building in her state and made a ‘racist’ charge against her in the process.

Wilson says she wasn’t a Member of Congress when the money for the building was secured, so she couldn’t have ‘bragged’ about bringing home the bacon like Kelly said she did.

‘You know, I feel sorry for Gen. Kelly. He has the sympathy for the loss of his son. But he can’t just go on TV and lie on me,’ Wilson said Friday on CNN.

The Florida Democrat also accused Kelly of using a ‘racist’ epithet against her during a White House news conference on Thursday afternoon, where he compared her to an ’empty barrel.’

Wilson said that after looking it up in the dictionary, she had concluded that ’empty barrel’ is a ‘racist term.’

The White House chief of staff and the Florida congresswoman are wrapped up in a mushrooming dispute over the president’s condolence call earlier this week to a soldier’s family that Wilson says was inappropriate.

GENERAL JOHN KELLY, TRUMP’S CHIEF OF STAFF.

Wilson says that Trump told Sgt. La David T. Johnson’s pregnant widow Myeshia that her late husband ‘knew what he signed up for’ when he enlisted but ‘when it happens it hurts anyway.’

Her account of the call, which she says she just happened to be present for, has been backed up publicly by other officials and family members who were present.

LA DAVID JOHNSON, KILLED IN ACTION.

Kelly, a retired general whose own son died in combat, was in the room with Trump when the president called the grieving family on Tuesday. He suggested yesterday that Trump spoke the words in question to the Johnsons – it’s the sentiment behind the statement that’s being misconstrued.

Denouncing Wilson as ‘selfish’ in an emotional statement for listening in on the presidential condolence call in the first place, Kelly smacked the Florida lawmaker for her conduct a 2015 memorial service for two slain FBI agents in Miami-Dade.

‘And a congresswoman stood up, and in the long tradition of empty barrels making the most noise, stood up there and all of that and talked about how she was instrumental in getting the funding for that building, and how she took care of her constituents because she got the money, and she just called up President Obama, and on that phone call he gave the money — the $20 million — to build the building,’ Kelly said.

‘And she sat down, and we were stunned. Stunned that she had done it. Even for someone that is that empty a barrel, we were stunned,’ he added.

Kelly – himself a Gold Star parent following his son’s 2010 death in Afghanistan – delivered the stunning statement from the White House briefing room.

Between this one and Maxine Waters, you have a good case that blacks should never be allowed to vote.