Foolish Brainwashed Negro Male FIRED for Sitting During National Anthem


Many blacks follow the old saying, “Monkey see, monkey do.”

They follow the herd.

Thank you Diamond and Silk and all other blacks who are awake enough to not be pushed into misbehaving by the (((powers that be))) and their media propaganda.

The gentleman of color in this story, Tyler Chancellor, foolishly followed the example of the great apes who play for the NFL.

Did Tyler forget that Colin Kaepernick is unemployed this year?

Well, so is Tyler.


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WTVC) – A man says he lost his job because of the stance he took at an event that NewsChannel 9 sponsors.

The termination comes during a national conversation about respect for the American flag.

The man who was let go was with 9Round, a kickboxing gym in Chattanooga.

The company says the man was in training to become a coach at its gym. He says he’d only been on the payroll for a little more than a week before the owner told him not to come back.

Tyler Chancellor says he was invited to sit with his coworkers in the VIP section of the Camp Jordan arena Saturday.

Monday, he says his employer fired him because he sat during the national anthem.

“Me being a minority in this society, I chose to stand up for what I believe in — well, not actually stand up, but sit down for what I believe in,” Chancellor said.

Chancellor says Saturday was the first time he’d been present for the playing of the national anthem since the controversy between the NFL and President Donald Trump began.

“I wasn’t the only one sitting down,” he said. “There were other minorities in the stands sitting down.”

He says no one said anything to him that night and he didn’t know anything was wrong until he met with his boss Monday morning.

“She said, ‘Because you sat down, you were a part of a 9Round event, and you sat during the national anthem. We no longer want to continue business with you.’ There was no sugar coating,” he said.

The owner of the facility in East Brainerd told NewsChannel 9 the company backs military and first responders. He considered Chancellor’s actions disrespectful.

A Harvard Law School professor we talked to says the law in Tennessee is written so that employers like 9Round can run their businesses however they want.

“Employers are entitled to fire people, what’s known as ‘at will.’ That is for any reason they have, or for no reason at all,” Mark Tushnet said.

According to the professor, Tennessee isn’t necessarily unique. About half of the country’s states do not ban an employer from terminating someone because of political beliefs.

Chancellor says he found that out after looking into taking legal action. Even though there’s not much he can do, he doesn’t regret his decision to sit.

GOP Senator Bob Corker: Trump is setting up the country for World War III


Either Tennessee Senator Bob Corker knows something that the public doesn’t know or else he’s irresponsibly scaring the public with his talk of World War III.

A frightened public is much easier to control. Controlling people is what government bureaucrats (and RINOs like Corker) are all about.

While this distraction is engaging our attention, what are (((they))) trying to pull off elsewhere. You might conclude that they’re trying to divert our attention away from the Las Vegas massacre, which has drawn a huge amount of public scrutiny suggesting (((Deep State))) involvement.

The Hill

Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said that President Trump’s threats to other countries could put the U.S. “on the path to World War III.”

Corker told The New York Times Sunday that Trump was treating the presidency like “a reality show” and acts “like he’s doing ‘The Apprentice’ or something.”

“He concerns me,” Corker told The Times. “He would have to concern anyone who cares about our nation.”

Corker’s comments come after Trump attacked the senator in a series of tweets on Sunday.

“Senator Bob Corker “begged” me to endorse him for re-election in Tennessee. I said ‘NO’ and he dropped out (said he could not win without… endorsement). He also wanted to be Secretary of State, I said “NO THANKS.” He is also largely responsible for the horrendous Iran Deal!” Trump tweeted.

“…Hence, I would fully expect Corker to be a negative voice and stand in the way of our great agenda. Didn’t have the guts to run!” Trump added.

“It’s a shame the White House has become an adult day care center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning,” Corker fired back in a tweet earlier Sunday.

Corker disputed Trump’s account to The Times, saying that Trump had asked him to run and promised to endorse him if he did.


Prominent Tennessee Senator Fails To Disclose Millions In Hedge Fund, Real Estate Investments

His report for 2014 didn’t include a gain of between $304,000 and $1.4 million in hedge fund Gerber/Taylor.

In 2013, he failed to disclose a gain of between $100,001 and $1 million in hedge fund TSW II. And in 2012, he made a gain of $1.2 million in Pointer (QP) LP, though his previous statement reported income of $100,001 to $1 million from the hedge fund.

The amendments also show that he failed to disclose a 2014 investment in Gerber/Taylor of between $500,001 and $1 million and a 2013 investment in Pointer of between $1 million and $5 million.

The senator also underreported rental income from his commercial real-estate investments in Corker Properties, a company he founded years before being elected to the Senate.

As a result of the accounting error, Mr. Corker’s new forms show additional income of at least $3.8 million between 2007 and 2014 from his commercial real-estate holdings.

Drain the swamp, Donald!

Parishioners Ready to Forgive Nashville Church Shooter



Alleged Nashville church shooter Emmanuel Kidega Samson came prepared to do the devil’s work on Sunday.

Wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying two loaded weapons, he opened fire in what witnesses say was a random manner in a predominantly white church.

At least some members of that church have already declared their willingness to forgive the shooter.

Offering forgiveness to racist killers only invites more killings. To the simple-minded Negro, it makes it seem like it’s not a crime at all if everyone rushes forward to give him a hug and cookie.

Excerpt from the Chicago Tribune

On Monday night, several hundred people gathered in a field next to the boarded-up church for a candlelight vigil.

The racial diverse group of parishioners, neighbors and area residents sang religious hymns while faith leaders and Nashville’s mayor pleaded for harmony.

One of the speakers at the vigil was Dimas Salaberrios, an African-American preacher from Brooklyn who flew to Nashville to help console the community. Salaberrios noted he had also been in Charleston, South Carolina, two years ago after Dylann Roof, a white supremacist, killed nine people in a shooting rampage at a black church there.

“The devil tried to start a race war there and I believe he is trying to start one here but he will not be victorious,” Salaberrios said to a smattering of “amens.”

Nashville’s mayor, Megan Barry, also pleaded for the community to not pre-judge the motivations behind the shooting.

“I want the people of Nashville to know we are a community that lifts up others and that is what we are here to do tonight,” Barry said. “And over the next few days and months we will know what happened to this particular person.”

Several parishioners who were inside the church during the shooting said they are still trying to process what happened. Several said they are eagerly awaiting more news about the suspect’s motives but are already prepared to forgive him.

“He is a young man and we are praying for him and for his family,” said Brenda Andersen, 58. “Only he can answer why he did this.”

Desi Smith, who is black and an associate pastor at another nearby church, said she doubts the incident will inflame racial or ethnic tensions in Nashville, a city where the faith community has historically embraced refugees and immigrants.

“But whenever there is a difference in races, there is always a chance for it to become racially motivated,” Smith said. “I was wondering why they opened a civil rights investigation — I guess they are looking at something – but probably it’s just someone disgruntled.”

“At least that’s what I pray,” she added.

Police said Monday that Samson had two semiautomatic pistols on him when he entered the church. Both were still loaded with multiple rounds after the shooting ended, and Samson was wearing a “tactical vest” with three more loaded magazines of ammunition, said Don Aaron, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.

At a news briefing Monday, Aaron said authorities are “continuing to investigate the motive,” and he declined to answer a question about whether the shooting was random or targeted.

Because Samson targeted whites, the FBI has opened a hate crime investigation.

Let’s see if this story provokes the same reaction as the shooting of blacks by Dylann Roof in Charleston. I predict it won’t. I predict the Negro shooter will not be sentenced to death like Roof.


Sudanese Migrant Shoots Up White Church, Killing 1, Wounding 7; Stopped by White Parishioner with Gun


If not for the heroic actions of a young white male hero, the death toll in Sunday’s terror attack on innocent white church people would have been much higher.

Fox News

One woman was killed and seven other people were hurt after a suspect identified as a Sudanese immigrant opened fire at a Tennessee church Sunday, police said, as the FBI confirmed it’s launched a civil rights investigation into the shooting.

The suspect, 25-year-old Emanuel Kidega Samson, immigrated from Sudan two decades ago, police said. He’s suspected of bringing at least two pistols and a mask to the predominantly white Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, southeast of Nashville, before

Metropolitan Nashville Police Department tweeted that Samson had been released from the hospital and will be charged with murder and attempted murder.

Photos from a Facebook page under Samson’s name seemed to show him lifting weights and showing off his physique. A post earlier Sunday read: “Everything you’ve ever doubted or made to be believe as false, is real. & vice versa, B.” Another post read, “Become the creator instead of what’s created. What you say, goes.”


Police have not commented on the Facebook posts.

“The Memphis FBI Field Office’s Nashville Resident Agency, the Civil Rights Division, and the US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Tennessee have opened a civil rights investigation into the shooting at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tennessee. The FBI will collect all available facts and evidence,” FBI Memphis told Fox News.

An usher, identified as Robert Engle, 22, confronted the gunman at one point and was pistol-whipped, causing “significant injury around his head,” police added. They said Engle went to his own car, grabbed a pistol and headed back into the church.


Law enforcement confirmed Samson is a legal U.S. resident who immigrated from Sudan in 1996.

It was initially reported that the gunman shot himself, although police said it’s unclear whether he shot himself or the gun unintentionally discharged during his scuffle with Engle.

Police said that Burnette Chapel churchgoers recognized Samson as attending their church one to two years ago, but noted he hadn’t attended services “in quite a while.”
The woman who was shot and killed in the church parking lot, identified as Melanie Smith, 39, was walking to her car when she was hit, police said.

The gunman, with his blue vehicle still running in the parking lot, then entered the back of the church and shot six people – three women and three men – who were rushed to the hospital, police said.

Police identified those being treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and in stable condition as: William Jenkins, 83; Marlene Jenkins, 84; Peggy Spann, 65; and Linda Busch, 68. David Spann, 60, was also being treated at Vanderbilt, but was listed as in critical but stable condition.

Katherine Dickerson, 64, was in stable condition at Skyline Medical Center. Engle was also being treated at Skyline.


Nashville Christian School wrote on Facebook that David Spann, nicknamed Joey, is a Bible teacher at the school, in addition to working as a high school and middle school basketball coach. Spann is reportedly a pastor at the Burnette Chapel.

Metropolitan Nashville Police Chief Steve Anderson called Engle a “hero” for his actions at the church Sunday.

Several witnesses claimed the shooter was wearing a “clown mask” when he opened fire, but police said what he wore more closely resembled a ski mask.

Megan Barry, mayor of Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County, said in a statement that the shooting “is a terrible tragedy for our city. My heart aches for the family and friends of the deceased as well as for the wounded victims and their loved ones.”

The Charleston, South Carolina church shootings by Dylann Roof led to all sorts of negative consequences for the white race, most notably the destruction of white history. Will the U.S. now deport all immigrants from the Sudan and bar all future immigrants from that country? Let’s see some equal justice. For a change.

Katie Quackenbush Allegedly Shot a Homeless Man Who Asked Her to Move Her Porsche


Quackenbush is a Dutch name. The Dutch are a generally peaceful people. Katie was not so peaceful on the night of August 26. That’s when she shot a homeless man.

Katie Quackenbush may claim to feel that the man she shot was threatening, but did she try to get away from him? Police are saying that she lost her temper and blazed away at the old fellow, who is currently hospitalized.

Katie has been arrested twice before on assault charges. Her Twitter allegedly included nude and explicit promotional photos of her before it was taken down.

Whatever her ethnic background (which I suspect is Jewish), she’s bad news.


A Nashville woman is accused of shooting a homeless man who asked her to move her Porsche SUV.

Katie Quackenbush, 26, is charged with attempted murder, according to The Tennessean.

According to the Metro Nashville Police, Quackenbush critically wounded 54-year-old Gerald Melton on Aug. 26. He remains in the hospital.

Police say Melton was trying to sleep on a sidewalk around 3 a.m. when the exhaust fumes and loud music from Quackenbush’s SUV disturbed him.

When he asked the young woman to move the vehicle, an argument ensued and Quackenbush got out of the SUV with a weapon.

Police say she shot the man twice and fled the scene.

Jesse Quackenbush, Katie’s father, has a different account of what happened.

He told the Tennessean that his daughter and her friend were being accosted by Melton, claiming the man made explicit and sexist remarks toward the two. He also claimed Melton threatened to kill the women.

According to the father, Quackenbush then grabbed her gun and got out of her SUV to escort her friend to her vehicle.

Melton allegedly began walking toward the woman, Jesse said, when his daughter told him she had a gun and fired two warning shots.

He claims she had no idea Melton had been hit by the gunfire.

Quackenbush’s bond was set at $25,000. She is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 6.

A bond of $25,000 strikes me as extremely low in an attempted murder case. Earlier today I posted a piece on Jose Jimenez who is being held on $250,000 bond for assault on a police officer. All lives are supposed to matter, but it seems that the lives of cops are worth more in the eyes of the law than the lives of civilians.


Katie is a single mother (is there any other kind today). Here she is with her son.

More detailed information about the alleged attempted murder can be read at Heavy. Using her stage name of Katie Layne, she appears in these promo videos about the girls she supplies to events.

What is the “Nashville Statement” That Has the Faggoty (((Left))) Outraged?

Nice intentions, but too late to do much good. That summarizes my take on the Nashville Statement’s critical review of the LGBT lifestyle and agenda. Evangelicals need to get ahead of the curve and produce a statement on pedophiles and pedophilia because we’re already almost there with the normalization of that perversion.


A national coalition of more than 150 evangelical leaders signed a new statement affirming their beliefs on human sexuality, including that marriage is between one man and one woman and approval of “homosexual immorality” is sinful.

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood released the list of 14 beliefs, referred to as the Nashville Statement, on Tuesday morning. The statement says the evangelical coalition who signed it are responding to an increasingly post-Christian, Western culture that thinks they can change God’s design for humans.

“Our true identity, as male and female persons, is given by God. It is not only foolish, but hopeless, to try to make ourselves what God did not create us to be,” the statement reads.

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood convened a meeting of evangelical leaders, pastors and scholars on Friday at the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission’s annual conference in Nashville. The coalition discussed and endorsed the Nashville Statement.

John Piper, the co-founder of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, called the Nashville Statement, in a news release, a “Christian manifesto” on human sexuality.

“It speaks with forthright clarity, biblical conviction, gospel compassion, cultural relevance, and practical helpfulness,” Piper said. “It will prove to be, I believe, enormously helpful for thousands of pastors and leaders hoping to give wise, biblical, and gracious guidance to their people.”

Each of the Nashville Statement’s 14 beliefs include one sentiment the signers affirm and one they deny. They cover a range of topics from a prohibition on sex outside of marriage to the connection between biological sex and gender identity.

Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, who as a Metro councilwoman officiated some of the city’s first same-sex marriages when it became legal in Tennessee, took issue with the statement’s moniker. She called it “poorly named” in a Tuesday morning Tweet and said it “does not represent the inclusive values of the city (and) people of Nashville.”

Its name is derived from where the meeting was held. The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood’s founding document — the Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood — was signed about 30 years ago during a summit held at a resort in Danvers, Mass.

Based in Louisville, Ky. and founded in 1987, the council’s website says it has helped several religious groups, including the Nashville-based Southern Baptist Convention, promote “gospel-driven gender roles.”

Some of the members of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the public policy arm of the Southern Baptist Convention that hosted the coalition last week, signed the Nashville Statement.

In the news release, ERLC President Russell Moore said it is “urgently needed.”

“The Sexual Revolution cannot keep its promises, and the church must stand ready to receive with compassion the many who are in need of a better hope,” Moore said. “The Nashville Statement is part of that mission, and my prayer is that it will help anchor churches and Christians to the gospel of Jesus Christ for years to come.”

The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission’s annual conference focused on parenting this year and addressed a number of topics, including how to talk to your kids about their biblical view of sex, same-sex attraction and gender identity.

To read the Nashville Statement, click on the link to CBMW and then click on the box that says Nashville statement.

Alternatively, from the homepage, click on the “continue reading” button. If you wish, you can sign the statement yourself at the link to CBMW.

First, a few of the Tweets that have pushed this topic to the top of Trending Twitter tonight. Most of the anti-evangelical ones are fake argumentation.

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Theater Cancels Gone with the Wind Screening After Receiving Complaints that the Film Is ‘Insensitive’

The more that every company, school, and government institution kowtows to the ridiculous demands from blacks and white liberals, the easier it is to red pill white youths toward a White Identity and a White Nation. At the least, it makes it easier to talk about discrimination against Whites.

A lot of indoctrinated white youths would say that Gone With the Wind must never be shown in public because it hurts “muh feelins'” of blacks. The obvious answer to that philosophy of life is that a society cannot be organized along the lines of structuring itself so that a particular group never experiences hurt feelings. As a corollary, it should be pointed out that anyone whose feelings would be hurt can avoid watching the offending material.

There’s also the question of why is it that only black feelings matter? Many people feel enjoyment from watching great drama and acting. Do their feelings matter?

Debating with youths or other libs over this kind of issue is probably going to be a losing proposition in the short run. But some of the seeds of common sense that we plant will take root and grow.

If we don’t try, we let the other side win automatically. That’s unacceptable.


Gone With the Wind is now gone from The Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee. The theater’s board deemed the 1939 film “insensitive” to their larger audience after receiving “numerous comments” that stemmed from a screening on Aug. 11. As such, the title has been dropped from next year’s planned summer movie series.

“While title selections for the series are typically made in the spring of each year, the Orpheum has made this determination early in response to specific inquiries from patrons,” read a statement from The Orpheum Theatre Group. “The Orpheum appreciates feedback on its programming from all members of the mid-south community. The recent screening of Gone With the Wind at the Orpheum on Friday, August 11, 2017, generated numerous comments. The Orpheum carefully reviewed all of them.”

The statement continued, “As an organization whose stated mission is to ‘entertain, educate and enlighten the communities it serves,’ the Orpheum cannot show a film that is insensitive to a large segment of its local population.”

Gone With the Wind, which won eight Academy Awards, features life on a Southern plantation during the Civil War and Reconstruction periods. Over the years, the subject matter has proven to be quite divisive for perpetuating a sympathetic view of the South during this time.