Tranny Democrat Running for State Legislature Against “Bathroom Bill” Author in Virginia

DANICA ROEM IS A SO-CALLED TRANS WOMAN.

What do you have when you put a male into a dress and let him call himself a woman?

The (((elites))) say you have a trans woman, who should be allowed to use the women’s bathroom and lockerroom.

The general public would be less tolerant, with the terms “chick with a d*ck” and “shemale” coming to mind.

A country crazy enough to put Barack Obama in the White House is also crazy enough to elect trannies to local office. Expect more of them.

NPR

State legislative races don’t usually draw a lot of national attention – but Virginia’s House District 13 race is: it pits a Republican incumbent known for unsuccessfully sponsoring a so-called “bathroom bill” against a transgender woman.

If she succeeds in unseating Delegate Bob Marshall, Democrat Danica Roem would be the country’s first openly transgender state lawmaker.

Roem’s background may set her apart as a political candidate, but her message to voters in this district, in the outer Washington, D.C. suburbs, is pretty standard for a local politician. She’s focusing on bread-and-butter “quality of life” issues, she says, like roads funding, schools, and water infrastructure.

Roem argues she’s uniquely informed about local issues and prepared to problem-solve because of her years working as a newspaper reporter in the region.

“I’ve dedicated my professional career to vetting information…and then reporting the truth as it is, not what other people hope it should be,” she said. “…And when I’m in office I can do the same thing.”

“SHE’S” KNOCKING ON DOORS.

But most of the attention has focused on Roem’s status as a transgender woman challenging an incumbent who known for his opposition to LGBT rights. Marshall has been in office for 26 years – since Roem, now 33, was a child growing up in the area.

Marshall hasn’t responded to repeated requests for interviews with NPR, but he has talked to conservative radio hosts like Sandy Rios of American Family Radio.

In an interview in September, Marshall said the race is about more than local policy debates.

“Danica clearly is out here doing this for making a marker in the national character that you can engage in this behavior – which clearly goes against the laws of nature and nature’s God – and hold public office to make decisions on behalf of the common good,” Marshall said. “That is what is kind of at stake here.”

In that interview, Rios and Marshall also speculated about whether or not Roem has had surgery as part of her transition from male to female.

In an interview at her campaign office in Manassas, Roem called the discussion “gross,” and said Marshall should focus on substantive issues, not her gender.

NOT LOOKING VERY WOMANLY, IS HE?

The story goes on to note that the LGBT movement has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to get “her” elected. That makes this election about her penis, not her platform.is

Investor Marc “Dr. Doom” Faber Fired by Fox, CNBC, and Sprott for “Thank God white people populated America” Comment

First, Marc’s exact quote published at Lew Rockwell:

“I don’t want to enter into a serious discussion of the tearing down of monuments of historical personalities, but I cannot omit mentioning how the liberal hypocrites condemned the Taliban when they blew up the world’s two largest standing Buddhas (one of them 165 feet high), situated at the foot of the Hindu Kush mountains of central Afghanistan, in 2001. But the very same people are now disturbed by statues of honourable people whose only crime was to defend what all societies had done for more than 5,000 years: keep a part of the population enslaved. And thank God white people populated America, and not the blacks. Otherwise, the US would look like Zimbabwe, which it might look like one day anyway, but at least America enjoyed 200 years in the economic and political sun under a white majority. I am not a racist, but the reality — no matter how politically incorrect — needs to be spelled out as well. (And let’s not forget that the African tribal heads were more than happy to sell their own slaves to white, black, and Arab slave dealers.)”

Link to Marc Faber’s Wikipedia page

Link to Marc’s gloomboomdoom.com

Link to Marc Faber News Blog

Marc is a harsh critic of the Jewish manipulation of money and markets. They’re going to be happy to be rid of him, now that he’s being smeared as a racist throughout the world.

INVESTOR MARC FABER. SWISS, NOT JEWISH.

CNBC

Market doomsayer Marc “Dr. Doom” Faber has launched a racially charged diatribe in his latest newsletter, alleging that the U.S. is great primarily because it is ruled by white people.

The eccentric Gloom, Boom & Doom report author, who often speaks on CNBC and other financial media, generally forecasting some type of market downturn, focused his latest comments on the racial conflicts happening around the country.

(A CNBC spokesperson said it will not book him in the future.)

“And thank God white people populated America, and not the blacks. Otherwise, the US would look like Zimbabwe, which it might look like one day anyway, but at least America enjoyed 200 years in the economic and political sun under a white majority,” he wrote.

“I am not a racist, but the reality — no matter how politically incorrect — needs to be spelled out.”

Reached for comment via email, Faber did not back away from his statements to CNBC.

“If stating some historical facts makes me a racist, then I suppose that I am a racist. For years, Japanese were condemned because they denied the Nanking massacre,” he told CNBC in an email.

In addition to the brief statement, he sent a link to a USA Today story titled, “Banned in Biloxi, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ raises old censorship debate,” focusing on the Harper Lee classic.

In the newsletter, Faber’s comments address the confrontation in Charlottesville, Virginia, directly. Protesters clashed in August over a white nationalist rally called Unite the Right in Charlottesville, where officials were debating the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue from the University of Virginia campus.

The violence sparked a national debate over race and monuments that honor prominent Confederate figures that Faber decided to weigh in on.

Faber called the monuments “statues of honourable people whose only crime was to defend what all societies had done for more than 5,000 years: keep a part of the population enslaved.”

I’ve been reading Marc’s economic analysis for the last few years. I usually catch him at Zerohedge. Tonight, Zerohedge published this article on his becoming a nonperson, a so-called racist.

From the comments at Zerohedge:

You can choose to ignore reality, but you cannot choose to ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.

Felony Arrest Warrant Issued for Charlottesville Black Who Claimed to Have Been Beaten by White Nationalists

WHITE MAN DANIEL PATRICK BORDEN. ARRESTED FOR SELF DEFENSE.

“WHITE MAN” ALEX MICHAEL RAMOS. ARRESTED FOR SELF DEFENSE.

No mugshot of Deandre Harris is available yet because he apparently hasn’t been booked yet. This is a developing story.

Two white men, one of whom can’t be a white supremacist (see above), were already hunted down and arrested for attacking Harris when the video evidence clearly showed an angry Negro walking the streets of Charlottesville looking to fight the “Nazis and KKK.”

Harris was spoiling for a fight and got one. Liberals then used him to smear the peaceful white rally participants as violent thugs by having Borden and Ramos arrested.

Now the tables have turned. The so-called black victim is wanted for attacking the white men.

MSN

A 20-year-old black man who was rushed and brutally assaulted by a group of white supremacists in Charlottesville two months ago is now himself facing a felony charge.

Deandre Harris was participating in a counterprotest to the white nationalists’ “Unite the Right” rally in August when a clash broke out in a parking garage near the University of Virginia campus.

Video of the incident shows Harris on the ground being violently kicked and beaten with poles by several attackers.

One person involved in the brawl, who has not been identified by authorities, has now accused Harris of injuring him during the exchange. The Charlottesville police department said in a press release on Monday it has issued an arrest warrant for Harris for unlawful wounding.

The video and several images of Harris’ beating went viral, triggering a social media crusade to identify the white supremacists responsible for the violence. Harris told media he had suffered injuries from the beating including lacerations to his head, a concussion, a broken wrist, and a chipped tooth.

Two men — 18-year-old Daniel Borden of Ohio and 33-year-old Michael Ramos of Georgia — were identified, arrested, extradited to Virginia, and charged with malicious wounding in August. At a court hearing for Ramos last month, his attorney reportedly said it may have been Harris who “struck the first blow in that fracas.”

Harris’ attorney S. Lee Merritt has described the charge against his client as “clearly retaliatory” and said Harris will soon turn himself into police.

“We find it highly offensive and upsetting, but what’s more jarring is that he’s been charged with the same crime as the men who attacked him,” Merritt told The Washington Post.

He added that it was “highly unusual” for a warrant to come from the magistrate rather than the police department, and suggested that the alleged victim had previously made an unsuccessful attempt at accusing Harris.

The Charlottesville Police Department, however, said in its press release that the warrant was issued by the police department, at the request of the magistrate.

“The victim went to the Magistrate’s office, presented the facts of what occurred and attempted to obtain the warrant. The magistrate requested that a detective respond and verify these facts,” the release said. “A Charlottesville Police Department detective did respond, verified the facts and a warrant for Unlawful Wounding (va Code 18.2-51) was issued.”

After news broke of the arrest warrant against Harris on Monday, white nationalists openly celebrated on Twitter. One even suggested that a crowdsourced effort to produce evidence against Harris occurred:

Liberals are trashing the arrest of the po’ ole innocent Nigra in the comments at NBC29

Jewish ADL: Have Hate, Will Travel–The Demographics of the Unite the Right Rally

The title of this post is the Anti-Defamation League’s wording.

To this Jewish supremacist group, white people are not allowed to legally protest or stand up for Western civilization. They call it hate. These Jewish subversives are the real haters.

The ADL admits here to attempting to identify the white protesters. What they plan to do with they information they don’t say. They claim to know the identities of around 40 percent of attendees at the Charlottesville rally in August. Although IDing people may be legal, it’s a form of intimidation.

The ADL has made no effort to identify the violent Antifa.

Excerpt from ADL Blog

Unite the Right drew white supremacists from at least 35 states, according to new research from ADL’s Center on Extremism. This is evidence of the event’s widespread appeal, and of the ability of these extremists to attract a broad, national audience, who are willing to travel significant distances to express their hateful views.

Center on Extremism analysts have identified 200 of the estimated 500-600 individuals who showed up to support Unite the Right. This number does not include the 2000 or so counter-protesters who also lined Charlottesville’s streets on August 12. Most were from the Eastern half of the country, but further-flung states like Alaska, California, Arizona and Washington were also represented. This is attributable in large part to the unprecedented variety of white supremacist groups — from racist skinheads to Klan members — who came together for this event.

The willingness of so many people to commit both time and financial resources to travel for the cause points to a movement energized by the leadership of the alt right, and actively capitalizing on a perceived window of opportunity to spread their message and recruit new members.

It’s also a demonstration of the alt right’s successful transition from a largely an online, or virtual, phenomenon to a “real world” movement.

Among the COE findings:
The alt right is overwhelmingly young and male; only seven percent of the 200 identified Unite the Right attendees were women.

Most alt right adherents are new to white supremacy; this movement is their first association with the ideology.

Unite the Right drew 5 times as many people as any white supremacist event in the last decade. (Prior to Unite the Right, the two largest events in 2017 were the National Socialist Movement’s April 2017 rally in Pikeville, Kentucky, which drew 100 to 125 individuals, and the alt right’s first Charlottesville rally, held in May, which drew 75 to 100 people).

Don’t let the ADL lull you into thinking that the alt-right has arrived. We haven’t. There’s still a lot of work to do.

Led by Richard Spencer, White Nationalists Hold Surprise Torch Rally in Charlottesville Tonight

Unannounced, a small group of white patriots reclaimed the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia as they have every right to do.

The march went off without any trouble because so-called white supremacists are not troublemakers.

CBS News

A group of white nationalists, including prominent alt-right leader Richard Spencer, held a torch-lit rally Saturday in Charlottesville, CBS affiliate WCAV reports.

The marchers chanted “you will not replace us” and “we will be back” at Emancipation Park, according to WCAV. The rally only lasted about 20 minutes before they dispersed.

Charlottesville mayor Mike Signer tweeted Saturday night that the city is looking into legal options.

Another despicable visit by neo-Nazi cowards. You’re not welcome here! Go home! Meantime we’re looking at all our legal options. Stay tuned.

— Mike Signer (@MikeSigner) October 8, 2017

Meanwhile, three people were arrested following a protest during a bicentennial celebration at the University of Virginia on Friday.

The star-studded show featured performances by Leslie Odom Jr., the star of Broadway’s “Hamilton” and the Goo Goo Dolls.

The Daily Progress reports that as journalist Katie Couric, a university alumna, was introducing the next act, three activists climbed in front of a screen. They unfurled a banner that read, “200 years of white supremacy.”

The three people arrested were students, according to WCAV.

The university has faced criticism from some students over its response to this summer’s white nationalist rallies in the city. Critics have also called on the school to do more to acknowledge racist parts of its past.

The incidents come almost two months after a white nationalist rally at the same location in Charlottesville that left one woman dead and at least 19 others injured. A torch-lit rally was held the night before.

A reminder that corrupt (((Mayor Mike Signer))) is the one who ordered the police to stand down so that the Antifa could have easy pickings in beating up the white free speech advocates back in August when the stuff hit the fan.

Richmond.com adds additional details.

White nationalists, including “alt-right” leader Richard Spencer, assembled once again at the foot of Charlottesville’s Robert E. Lee statue in Emancipation Park, armed with torches in what Spencer dubbed “Charlottesville 3.0.”

Spencer, Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler, and members of white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups first gathered at the Lee statue on May 13. On Aug. 11, the day before the rally, another torch-bearing march concluded at the University of Virginia Rotunda. Spencer and Kessler are both graduates of U.Va., which celebrated its bicentennial on Friday.

At about 8 p.m. Saturday, about three dozen people chanted “we will be back,” according to NBC29. A reporter for the TV station said police maintained a presence at the park, which is closed to the public starting at 11 p.m.

“While we prefer protesters get permits like any other event,” city spokeswoman Miriam Dicker said in an email, “such assemblies are protected by the First Amendment and we do not interfere unless we perceive a legal or safety issue.”

In a video on Twitter, Spencer called the rally “Charlottesville 3.0” and deemed it a “great success” that should be repeated by others.

Local residents also took action upon learning about the rally, congregating at U.Va.’s Rotunda, where the Aug. 11 rally was held, as well as at the Islamic Society of Central Virginia and Congregation Beth Israel to check on the safety of the sites.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe said the state is “monitoring this situation as we continue to oppose these racists and their message of hate” in a tweet, but he did not elaborate.

Statues of Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson are currently concealed by black tarps.

Trump again blames both sides for Charlottesville violence

In spite of signing a Congressional Resolution condemning white nationalism, President Trump on Thursday aboard Air Force One returned to also placing blame for street violence on the Antifa.

We saw him do similar things during the 2016 election campaign. He would talk about how great the Mexican people were in one breath and then in the next get real with telling stories about Mexican crime, gangs, etc.

As Styx notes in the video in a separate post today, Trump’s always trying to keep the competition off balance. It’s a winning strategy. He’s signaling to the base: Trust me. I’ve got your back.

Times of Israel

WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump once again said both sides — white supremacists and those who opposed them — were responsible for the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia last month, an equivalence that has outraged Jewish groups, Jews in his Cabinet and lawmakers from both parties.

Trump, speaking Thursday on Air Force One as he returned from Florida, where he was meeting with victims of Hurricane Irma, described his meeting a day earlier with Sen. Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, an African American Republican who has been critical of Trump on race-related matters.

“I think especially in light of the advent of Antifa, if you look at what’s going on there, you know, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also,” he said when asked what he told Scott regarding the deadly August 12 violence in Charlottesville. Antifa is a loose coalition of leftists ostensibly organized to protect protesters but which has lashed out violently at times at its perceived enemies.

“And essentially that’s what I said,” Trump said. “Now because of what’s happened since then, with Antifa, you look at, you know, really what’s happened since Charlottesville.” he said, apparently referring to clashes between Antifa and right-wing protesters in Berkeley, California on August 27. “A lot of people are saying — in fact a lot of people have actually written, ‘gee Trump might have a point.’ I said, you got some very bad people on the other side also, which is true.”

Antifa represented a small minority of the mostly peaceful counterprotesters in Charlottesville. There were limited skirmishes between its members and white supremacists who were protesting the planned removal of a statue honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Among the 500 or so white supremacists, neo-Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan, many were armed and some sought out counterprotesters to attack. Some carried Nazi flags and shouted racist and anti-Semitic slogans. An alleged white supremacist rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring at least 20 people.

Trump at the time blamed “many sides” for the violence and said there were “very fine people” on both sides. That caused consternation among his Jewish advisers, including reportedly his daughter Ivanka Trump, his top economic adviser Gary Cohn, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and David Shulkin, the secretary of veteran affairs. It also earned widespread condemnation from Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and from Jewish groups.

Trump later seemed to withdraw from that posture and his spokeswoman said this week he looked forward to signing a congressional resolution squarely blaming the white supremacists for the Charlottesville violence.

There’s a lot of misinformation in the article about what actually happened in Charlottesville. The mean old Nazis most assuredly did not attack peaceful social justice warriors who just happened to be armed and violent, knowing the police were going to stand down.

Trump again shows a willingness to be demonized for telling the truth about the left.

Jew Politician Plans to Rename New York’s Trump Park: Welcome Everyone to Heather Heyer Park

NILY ROSIC. JEW POLITICIAN MAKING MISCHIEF.

A Queens politician, Nily Rosic, has stirred up sh*t unnecessarily. Then, after there’s pushback which identifies her as a Jew, she screams “ANTISEMITISM.”

We see what you did, Nily Rosic. You’re doing what Jews have always done. You screw people and then when they respond, you Jews begin your eternal denial while calling the people you’re screwed Jew haters.

You’re claiming that the name Trump on a park is divisive. Only in your deranged mind would the name of a fat, worthless slut named Heather Heyer somehow unite people.

New York Daily News

She’s not backing down.

A Queens assemblywoman attacked with hate mail for proposing to rename Donald J. Trump State Park after Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old counter-protester killed during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has no plans to shift her stance.

“These threats go to show that anti-Semitic, racist sentiment is alive and well today,” Nily Rozic said Thursday in a statement. “No threat will stop me from working for my district, and I will never compromise the values that brought me to this office no matter how many more hostilities, postcards or otherwise, come in.”

Rozic, a Democrat who represents Flushing and Fresh Meadows, got three postcards, with racist vitriol, that slammed the idea.

“As soon as they came in, I followed the law and notified the NYPD to have them filed on record,” Rozic said.

The letters were signed “1488,” a number used by white supremacists. The 14 refers to their 14-word racist slogan and the 88 denotes Heil Hitler because “H” is the eighth letter in the alphabet.

“Tel Aviv should be nuked,” one letter said.

Rozic, who is Jewish, wants to rename the park after Heyer, who police say was killed when James Field, 20, plowed his car into a crowd of counter-protests on Aug. 12.

The park, which straddles Westchester and Putnam counties, would be renamed Heather Heyer State Park under Rozic’s proposed legislation.

“Heather Heyer’s life was taken away by white supremacists who have been emboldened ever since President Trump took office,” Rozic said in a press release issued last week.

“In New York, we continue standing by one another and calling out those who seek to divide us,” she added. “This activism is not new — it is embedded in our state’s history, and re-naming Donald J. Trump State Park would serve as a reminder of the transformative power it holds to carry us forward.”

In 2006, Trump donated 436 acres east of the Taconic State Parkway after he was unable to obtain permits to develop a golf course. The park was closed in 2010 due to budget cuts and has not been maintained in years.

HEATHER HEYER. AN UGLY RACE-MIXING SLUT WILL UNITE US.