Godspeed the return of America for the necessary stabilization of a Free West
The left’s failed assassination of MAGA
Jan 12, 2017 By Judi McLeod
The truth will always out. Now we know why even amid the indelible lies that followed Hillary Clinton throughout the 2016 presidential campaign she displayed that ever-ready smirky smile during each of the presidential debates.
Clinton, who seemed to signal that she knew something the rest of us did not, came on like the smug cat that swallowed the cream, or so it so infuriatingly seemed.
Hillary’s smile was a complacent smirk that came from the comfort of thinking that ‘any day now’, a dug up and paid for dirty dossier, arranged by Senator John McCain would be media-released—finishing off forever her mainstream media-scorned opponent, Man of the People, Donald J. Trump.
Having already world propagandized Trump as a lewd, crude misogynist , carting his carcass out on full display to be compromised by salacious but unproven sexual and financial allegations, would leave behind an open and shut case for Russian blackmail.
Hillary knew it, President Barack Hussein Obama knew it, Vice President Joe Biden knew it. Duplicitous McCain not only knew it but lived for it. Ditto for the screeching Hollywood, entertainment celebrity groupies and the rest of the dirt-digging, power-crazed Democrats.
They could push daily Hillary’s-winning polls on unsuspecting masses while waiting for the Mother of all Media Bombs to come down the pike.
Oh, how they were all waiting with hard to suppress joy for the other shoe to be dropped on that smarmy survivor, ‘Making America Great Again’ Donald J. Trump, all the while taking comfort from Clinton’s open and never-ending smile during mainstream media-controlled presidential debates.
Assured McCain was in control, Clinton was expecting the now disgraced dossier’s release any day during the most surrealistic of all presidential election campaigns.
But thanks to 62 million America-loving people, the election exploded on her smiling face instead.
Revenge became as inevitable as Clinton’s media-described election once was and within hours of the closing polls, they had already dispatched their get-even foot soldiers out onto the streets.
For reasons unknown, Senator John McCain’s media pals did not budge from sitting on dossier content during the election campaign, succeeding instead to release it one week before President Elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration, in apparent hopes to block it.
But the information in the dossier was collectively discounted in shameful disgrace, the moment it found oxygen, with only Buzzfeed and CNN willing to run with it.
A bombshell with no red meat is only a failed dud.
Fake News, crafted by the mainstream media who blame it on the so-called Alt-Right was last seen limping off Stage Left.
Today McCain’s nefarious role in ‘Trump Dossier Gate’ is no longer a matter of speculation but hard and cold fact, politicians and diplomats being quicksilver galvanized when it comes to trying to save their own hoary hides:
“A former British ambassador to Russia has today admitted he told John McCain about the contents of the ‘dirty’ Trump dossier – but denied handing it to the President-elect’s sworn enemy.
Sir Andrew Wood, 77, believes its author Christopher Steele, 52, a former MI6 agent he knows from Moscow, is right to have vanished fearing for his life. (Daily Mail, Jan. 13, 2017)
“The diplomat says the salacious file ‘was pretty much public’ last Autumn and spoke to Senator McCain about its contents at a Canada security conference at the time of the US election.
“But today he admitted that bogus sex claims could have been maliciously fed to Steele by his Russian sources and he presented them as facts.
“The row has plunged Britain and Russia into a fresh outbreak of Cold War hostilities with Russia claiming Steele has never left MI6 and security sources say he spoke to UK Government officials before handing the dossier to the FBI.
“Diplomatic incident: Sir Andrew Wood met with Senator John McCain in Canada last year and discussed lurid claims about Trump’s sex life – but denies he handed him the dossier.
“Sir Andrew described alleged dossier author Christopher Steele, a former MI6 spy who has since gone into hiding, as ‘professional and thorough’.
“Steele, 52, was described as a ‘confirmed socialist’ as a Cambridge student.
“Sir Andrew Wood is now at the centre of the row but denies ever having a copy of the reported dossier and attempted to defend Steele, once MI6’s top spy on Russian affairs who lived in the shadows until being unmasked as the alleged author of the ‘dirty dossier’ on Donald Trump.
“The former British spy behind the ‘dirty’ Donald Trump dossier has been cut off by MI6 and bosses believe he is an ‘idiot’.
“Current MI6 boss Sir Alex Younger is said to be livid that Steele agreed to take on the work and has caused worldwide embarrassment to British secret services.
“Other spies believe that he has fallen into a Kremlin trap and was fed false information about Trump and extraordinary claims he was filmed paying prostitutes to do a ‘golden shower’ sex game on a presidential suite bed once slept on by Barack Obama.
“One senior intelligence source called him ‘an idiot’ and told The Sun: ‘Chris should never have accepted this bit of work.
‘It was always going to come out at some stage, as was his involvement with it, and that is deeply embarrassing to the service.’”
The tawdry tale doesn’t end there.
Having bombed out abysmally in their deliberate assassination of Donald Trump’s character, the progressives will now force their revenge on all those who voted him in.
The vociferous howls of the wolves we hear coming from the waiting to be avenged progressive cabal will only get louder by day.
Over the next four years, starting with January 20, it won’t be the highly propagandized hacking by Russia that patriots should worry about, but the step-by-step planned hacking to death of the long awaited MAGA.
Godspeed the return of America for the necessary stabilization of a Free West.
At Least 24 Acts of Anti-Trump Rage Since Election
Brutal Chicago kidnap and torture was one of many instances of leftist violence since November
The kidnapping and brutal torture in Chicago last week of a disabled young white man by a gang of Trump-hating black youths was a reminder that anti-Trump violence is alive and well in America post-presidential election.
And no matter what the Left may tell you, the attack is not an isolated incident. Since the election, there has been at least one anti-Trump-related murder, plenty of violence against individuals, and rioting that has caused property damage.
The incivility of the Obama era is far from behind us.
(I previously reported on violent attacks against Trump supporters. See Anti-Trump Violence Sweeps the Nation, Trump Surge Freakout: More Violence Against Supporters, and Soros Fingerprints All Over #NotMyPresident Protests.)
Exhibit A in this horror-movie-in-progress is the #BlackLivesMatter-inspired kidnapping broadcast live on Facebook (since censored by the fake-news commissars at Facebook and at YouTube) that shows 18-year-old Austin Hilbourn being abused, which is still available at Live Leak. The full video (not safe for work) runs 27 minutes and 39 seconds.
The attackers shout “F*** Donald Trump!” and “F*** white people!”
One person says, “this n***a right here represents Trump” and says he will put Hilbourn in the trunk of a car and “put a brick on the gas.” The victim is forced to drink water from a toilet. His clothes are cut. An attacker cuts off a part of the man’s scalp while his mouth is bound with what appears to be duct tape. A woman mocks the victim saying “oooo, that bit’s gone” as the man is menaced with a knife. “This sh*t is hilarious,” the woman says while laughing. Another says “smack his a**.”
The attackers allow their faces to be shown, as if they don’t expect to be held accountable for their actions. They even call each other by first names. The media has been toiling tirelessly to delegitimize Trump’s approaching presidency, while ignoring or downplaying violent attacks against Trump supporters. But the firestorm created by what has become known on Twitter as the #BLMkidnapping video made it impossible for the authorities in Chicago to ignore.
Charged are: Jordan Hill, 18; Tesfaye Cooper, 18; Brittany Covington, 18; and Tanishia Covington, 24. Charges filed reportedly include felony aggravated kidnapping, hate crime, aggravated unlawful restraint, aggravated battery deadly weapon, robbery, possession of a stolen motor vehicle, and residential burglary.
It is both fascinating and depressing that in the Left’s alternate universe, Pepe the Trump-loving cartoon frog is racist, but kidnapping, torturing, and scalping an innocent white man because he is white is not racist. Black-hating mass murderer Dylann Storm Roof speaks for all white people, left-wingers claim, but Hill, Cooper, and the Covington sisters are all outliers somehow detached from the culture at large.
Look at Black Lives Matter movement hero DeRay Mckesson, who rushed to Twitter last week to make excuses for the Chicago quartet. “It goes without saying that the actions being branded by the far-right as the ‘BLM Kidnapping’ have nothing to do [with] the movement.”
CNN anchor Don Lemon, who famously pondered whether Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 was swallowed by a black hole, refused to characterize the kidnapping or the kidnappers as evil.
“I don’t think it’s evil,” he said. “I think these are young people and they have bad home training.”
And recall that back on Nov. 8, hours before it was clear that Trump would win the presidency, CNN talking head Sally Kohn, indulged in wishful thinking. She predicted incorrectly that if Trump won, disappointed Hillary Clinton supporters would be dejected but peaceful.
“My sense is that if Trump wins, Hillary supporters will be sad,” Kohn, an outspoken Black Lives Matter advocate, tweeted at 9:11 p.m. on Election Day. “If Hillary wins, Trump supporters will be angry. Important difference.”
The mainstream media has been working on the same assumption, painting Trump supporters as vicious barbarians and Clinton supporters as gentle civic activists.
Let’s look at some of the attacks on Trump supporters since the election.
“Happy Days” and “Joanie Loves Chachi” actor Scott Baio, who endorsed Trump at the Republican National Convention in July, claimed the wife of the drummer from the Red Hot Chili Peppers physically assaulted him Dec. 10, Fox News reported, citing TMZ.
Baio was attending a function at his child’s elementary school when he was confronted by Nancy Mack who is married to drummer Chad Smith. Mack reportedly began cursing at Baio, who has been an outspoken supporter of Trump. […] Baio asked Mack repeatedly to calm down as children were present but she instead reportedly attacked him by grabbing him under the arms, shaking him and pushing him.
Trump-hating actor and comedian T.J. Miller was arrested Dec. 9 in Hollywood, California, after allegedly slapping Uber driver Wilson Deon Thomas III during an argument about President-Elect Trump. The Daily Mail reported that Thomas said:
Miller repeatedly complained about how much money he spent supporting Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Wilson picked Miller up from the GQ Men of the Year party in Hollywood and said the comedian accused him of being a Trump supporter. As Wilson pulled up to the star’s home, he said Miller suddenly struck him on the right side of his head and shoulder as he continued to drive. The driver claims he suffered violent whiplash after slamming on the breaks [sic]. He is now suing Miller for medical expenses and other damages.
On Nov. 16, a 15-year-old Trump supporter wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat was battered by other students, WTOP radio reported. “They jumped him and beat him up pretty bad,” according to a witness. This happened during an anti-Trump walkout protest march from a high school in Rockville, Maryland. Protesters carried “Love trumps hate” and “Stronger together” signs.
Around Nov. 15, Cameron Massie was beaten up outside a Boston bar for supporting Trump, WHDH 7News reported. The assailants called the man a “racist” and allegedly told him he “took a wrong turn. ‘You know you’re in Massachusetts.'” Massie said he was talking about the election in the bar and the men “kept butting in.” They punched him in the face and the back of the head when he exited the bar.
Overnight Nov. 14, two vacant homes in Tampa, Florida, were spray-painted with anti-Trump messages, WTSP reported. The graffiti consisted of “Fuck Trump,” “Burn Everything,” and “BLM,” presumably a reference to the Black Lives Matter movement.
In Malmö, Sweden, chef Anders Vendel was beaten up Nov. 14 because his Muslim assailants thought he physically resembled Donald Trump. He wrote in a Facebook post that “he was beaten up by three men, two of whom bound his arms behind his back, while the third beat him in the face. He estimated that he was punched twenty times in the face.” Vendel suffered a broken nose and extensive bruising on his face, The Local, an English-language news website in Sweden reported.
Texas state troopers arrested six members of a communist group called Red Guards Austin on Nov. 13 for assaulting Trump supporters and police during an anti-Trump riot, CBS Austin reported. “Red Guards Austin is a Marxist-Leninist-Maoist collective of community organizers and mass workers based in Austin, Texas,” according to the group’s Facebook page.
Arrested were: Jarred Roark, 34, for felony aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and evading arrest; Taylor Tomas Chase, 21, for interference with public duty and resisting arrest; Joseph Wayne George, 36, for interference with public duty; Samuel Benjamin Lauber, 21, for interference with public duty and resisting arrest; Jason Peterson, 24, for interference with public duty and resisting arrest; and Jade Tabitha Shackelford, 19, for felony assault on public servant.
Mitchell Mormon Jr. was shot to death on Nov. 12 in Atlanta, Georgia, after seemingly expressing support for Trump, WSP-TV reported. Shaunita Walker, who was on a first date with Mormon, was also shot in the incident.
“She says Mormon and the man began arguing,” according to the WSP report. “She says Mormon jokingly told the man he voted for Donald Trump and he would be gone next week. Walker says the argument continued, the shooter went around the corner, came back with a gun and opened fire.”
On Nov. 12, in Meriden, Connecticut, two men attacked a man who was standing on a traffic island waving an American flag and displaying a pro-Trump sign in public, WTNH reported. “Police say a silver car stopped at the island, two men got out and began punching and kicking the man, knocking him into the street … The victim told police that the two men gave him the finger, he responded ‘same to you’ and then the assault started.”
Also on Nov. 12, rocks, bricks, and bottles were hurled at cops during an anti-Trump protest in Indianapolis, Heavy reported.
On Nov. 11, Corey Cataldo was attacked on the New York subway by two men who didn’t like the fact that he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, WABC reported. “He asked me if I’m a Trump supporter. I said ‘yeah’ and thought he’d say ‘me too.’ People have been doing that,” Cataldo said. “But no. This man was not a Trump supporter.”
“The next thing I know, I have hands around my neck and I’m being choked,” he said. “I try to fight him off, and another gentleman comes over, pretends like he’s going to help me and says ‘get off of him.’ He shoves me up against the wall, up against the window.”
Craig Heiser III, a student at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, claimed on Nov. 11 that his car was keyed and vandalized with the word “racist” because it displayed a Trump bumper sticker, Heavy reported.
Portland, Oregon, emerged as the violent epicenter of the post-election protests. Activists caused a riot on Nov. 10 that lasted for days and led to more than $1 million in damage and one person being shot in the leg. Projectiles, including glass bottles and road flares, were tossed at police officers and a film crew was attacked. Black Lives Matter has been heavily involved in the demonstrations in Portland and across America.
NBC affiliate KGW reported that more than half of the anti-Trump demonstrators in Portland weren’t Oregon voters. Of 112 taken into custody by the Portland Police Bureau, at least 69 of them “either didn’t turn in a ballot or weren’t registered to vote in the state.”
A pregnant woman driving her sport utility vehicle was surrounded and harassed by protesters in Portland around the same time. Ukraine-born Trump supporter Valentin Muntyan was surrounded by anti-Trump protesters while driving his Jeep in Portland. KGW reported:
Muntyan said he was driving with his brother and nephew when at an intersection, someone noticed the flags on his car and asked whom he voted for. He was honest. “I told them I support U.S. elections results and I support Trump,” said Muntyan. Things went downhill, fast. “They surrounded us and started ripping off the flag,” said Muntyan who had a couple flags hanging on his car. “They smashed the windshield with a bat.” Rioters also smashed a headlight and a window. His car was even spray painted.
Alleged “anti-bullying activist” Shacara McLaurin, 23, was involved in a shouting match with Trump supporter James Durkan, 74, during an anti-Trump rally Nov. 10 near the Trump Tower in Manhattan, the New York Daily News reported. “McLaurin shoved the Trump fan to the ground — opening up a gash on the back of his head, cops said … Cops took McLaurin into custody without incident. She was charged [with] misdemeanor assault and harassment, police said.”
Two statues honoring Civil War icons on the Confederate side were defaced on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Virginia, on Nov. 10, WTVR reported. The phrase “Your vote was a hate crime” was spray-painted on monuments honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis and famed CSA cartographer Matthew Fontaine Maury.
On Nov. 9 in Chicago, David Wilcox was beaten and dragged down the street with his hand jammed in a car window. An angry mob accused him of supporting Trump, Breitbart reported.
“You voted Trump! You voted Trump! Daaaaaaaamn!” an off-camera voice screams in a video of the incident, while others say “you gonna pay for that shit!” and “beat his a**!” Another laughs as the man is beaten, saying, “Don’t vote Trump.” In another video of the same event, the rap song “F*** Donald Trump” plays as two black men punch and kick the white victim.
The Daily Caller added that Wilcox did vote for Trump, but his attackers didn’t know that when they assaulted him. They assumed “that he did because he was, as they put it, a ‘white boy.'” When the incident was discussed on CNN, Symone Sanders, who was national press secretary for the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, mocked Wilcox. “Oh, my goodness, poor white people!” she said.
An unidentified woman claimed she was assaulted Nov. 9 at a Philadelphia area diner for being a Trump supporter, WTFX reported. “I was wearing a ‘Make America great again’ hat,” the woman told reporters. She claimed a waitress insulted and then assaulted her. “She’s standing in a corridor and knocks into me. Then checks me with her shoulder,” the customer said.
Student Jade Armenio of Woodside High School in Woodside, California, was beaten up at school Nov. 9 for expressing support for Trump on her Instagram account on Election Day, saying “I hope he wins.” KTVU reported that cellphone video “shows another female student approaching the girl and taking her glasses off before she starts hitting the girl in the head repeatedly saying “F*** you bit**.” The attacker said Armenio’s support for Trump was proof she hated Mexicans.
Andre Hudson, a 17-year-old from Bayside High School in Palm Bay, Florida, punched a classmate in the face Nov. 9 for holding a Trump sign, WKMG in Orlando reported.
Hudson was taken to the dean’s office. When a school resource officer arrived he was visibly agitated and swearing at school officials, according to an affidavit. The officer tried to de-escalate the situation, but Hudson stuck his middle finger in the officer’s face, paced around the room and began punching filing cabinets and knocking things off the desk, police said.
When I see that white boy again, I’m going to punch him in his face,” Hudson said, according to the report. Hudson stormed off, and when he returned to the office, with the officer following him, he saw the student with whom he had fought earlier and confronted him again, authorities said. The teen cursed at his classmate while standing in a ‘menacing fashion’ and staring, police said. The other student sat silently during the encounter.
On the same day, an elementary school student in Stafford, Texas, “was badly beaten by his classmates … in the wake of Donald Trump winning the presidency,” the Daily Caller reported, citing Fox 26. The boy was taken to the emergency room and hospitalized.
“These boys decided to ask the classroom, ‘Who voted for Donald Trump?'” the victim said in a reference to a mock election in the school. “And then I said, ‘I did.’ And then they come over here and jerked me out of my seat, and before I could get up they started kicking me and punching me.”
An 18-year-old female student at the University of Guelph, not far from Toronto, Canada, claimed she was assaulted Nov. 9 for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat, the Guelph Mercury Tribune reported. While wearing the hat,
[Emily Markowski] said she received a number of dirty looks from other students, and then while studying with friends in the University Centre cafeteria, it was smacked off her head. She said she hasn’t worn it since. “I’m afraid now. I don’t want to get physically assaulted again,” she said. “It’s kind of terrifying. I feel like you cannot walk around with that hat on at this campus and feel safe.”
Markowski said “she knows of other Trump supporters at the school who were also discriminated against following the election.”
No doubt there are other examples of post-election anti-Trump violence I missed. The incivility of the Obama era is far from behind us.
Matthew Vadum is senior vice president at the Capital Research Center and editor-in-chief of Bombthrowers.com.
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