August 16, 2017

USA: Setup? Man Behind White-Supremacist (KKK) Rally In Charlottesville, Virginia Supported Obama Compared Republicans To Serial Killer And Praised Clinton.

written by Chelsea Schilling
Wednesday August 16, 2017

The organizer of the violent rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was until recently a Barack Obama supporter and was also a member of the leftist radical Occupy Wall Street Movement, according to a report from a hard-left activist group.

The details from his recent past have many in the blogosphere and on social media asking: Is the Charlottesville rally organizer really a left-wing plant?

Jason Kessler organized the Aug. 12 “Unite the Right” rally in which white nationalists, neo-Nazis, and other groups battled in the street with “Antifa” and counter-protesters.

The torch-lit rally was held in response to the Charlottesville City Council’s plan to remove a statue of the Confederate General Robert E. Lee. James Fields, 20, who attended the pro-monument rally, killed a woman named Heather Hayer and injured 19 others when he rammed his car into a gathering of counter-protesters, who then responded by smashing in the car’s windows with bats. Authorities are investigating the act as a potential terrorist attack, though it is not immediately clear if the attack was premeditated.

A day after the deadly violence, Kessler attempted to hold a press conference. But an angry crowd shouted him down with chants of “murderer,” “shame” and “thug.” Kessler blamed police officers for “refusing to do their job.” The mob chased him until he was forced to seek protection from police.

So exactly who is Jason Kessler?

Kessler, the 34-year-old president of Unity and Security for America, is a blogger and reporter who has written about race-related issues and has described a cultural “second American Civil War.” He has tweeted: “White Americans are in a situation like the Native Americans were in in the 19th century. We are being dispossessed of our territory.”
But before Kessler organized “Unite the Right” rally, it appears he was a fan of President Obama, President Clinton, gun control, Occupy Wall Street, Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran and other leftist causes.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, an extreme leftist group that’s hostile to conservatives, reported that Kessler appears to have a history of leftist activism and only expressed a “rightward shift” in November 2016 – around the time of President Trump’s election. SPLC wrote:
Rumors abound on white nationalist forums that Kessler’s ideological pedigree before 2016 was less than pure and seem to point to involvement in the Occupy movement and past support for President Obama.

At one recent speech in favor of Charlottesville’s status as a sanctuary city, Kessler live-streamed himself as an attendee questioned him and apologized for an undisclosed spat during Kessler’s apparent involvement with Occupy. Kessler appeared visibly perturbed by the woman’s presence and reminders of their past association.

Kessler himself has placed his “red-pilling” around December of 2013 when a PR executive was publicly excoriated for a tasteless Twitter joke about AIDS in Africa.

Regarding the incident, Kessler stated “… so it was just a little race joke, nothing that big of a deal, she didn’t have that many followers, she probably didn’t think anybody was gonna see it.”

Regardless of Kessler’s past politics, the rightward shift in his views was first put on display in November, 2016 when his tirade against [Charlottesville Vice Mayor] Wes Bellamy began.
The blog Nation One News posted 2012 and 2013 tweets purportedly from Kessler revealing his support for leftist causes and political figures.

According to one alleged tweet to Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nevada, on March 19, 2013, Kessler wrote: “@SenatorReid I think you’re a guy who gets things done and I respect that but you need to support the assault weapons ban bc its now or never.”

Another tweet, on Dec. 14, 2012, stated: “These gun nuts have bullied the American people for too long and enabled too many killers. #GunControlNow.”

On Sept. 6, 2012, Kessler appeared to lavish praise on President Obama and former President Bill Clinton, who had offered a spirited defense of Obama at the Democratic National Convention that evening.

“Obama and Clinton just demolished the Republican arguments on consecutive nights with two of the greatest speeches of this generation,” Kessler tweeted.
And, according to another tweet posted by Nation One News, Kessler appears to have praised Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran in an April 2, 2015, tweet: “@BarackObama’s Nobel-worthy ploy for peace comes to fruition & @JohnKerry cements his legacy as a historic Secretary of State. #IranTalks.”

Kessler also purportedly compared Republicans at a 2012 CNN debate to serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

A Jan. 26, 2012 tweet posted by the blog stated: “Republicans in #cnndebate are grotesquely mesmerizing as an interview w/ a serial killer. @ least Dahmer couldnt wage war or starve poor ppl.”

Other bloggers pointed to several CNN reports sympathetic to the Occupy Wall Street movement with bylines by “CNN Assignment Editor Jason Kessler.” However, two CNN representatives told WND the former assignment editor is not the same Jason Kessler who organized the Charlottesville rally.

Kessler denies that he is a “secret liberal,” claiming he was “red-pilled” – meaning he came to see reality – about three years ago, in 2014.
WND’s tweets to Kessler inquiring about whom he supported during the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections were unreturned at the time of this report.

In a video posted to Twitter on Aug. 14, Kessler addressed the SPLC report:
The SPLC started a rumor, like a hit piece, for right-wing people about how I am a secret liberal blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And this is the kind of thing that is red meat for like the alt-right mafia … Basically, I grew up in Charlottesville. Anybody who has seen the way Charlottesville was over this weekend understands that it is an incredibly left-wing commie town. So I was a product of Charlottesville. I was red-pilled about three years ago, and that’s the situation.

What red-pilled me? OK, I was red-pilled by identity issues, by the fact that the mainstream media was parroting such demonstrably false narratives about black people being shot in the streets by racist copes even though I knew that these cops were, in many case, not even white cops. Sometimes they were black, Latino, Asian cops. The black men were violently resisting the cops, but the mainstream media was capitalizing on that narrative to try to push their multiculturalism agenda, give these double standards to black people so that they can commit crimes, whereas white people would not be able to get away with those same crimes without prosecution.

So there was also the gender issue. I knew that if I was [sic] listening to mainstream media, they would go on and harp and harp and harp about like women being discriminated against in college when I knew that women were over-represented in college at this point in time. I also would hear them talk about health-care funding and so on and so forth that, from my work around the universities, I knew that the majority of the health-care funding was for women. So I started to look outside of what sources were available in the mainstream. So I started to look into social media and so forth. So, like a lot of other people, I just changed my mind.

People come from libertarianism, liberalism, whatever is the position they’re in, I think it’s a mark of somebody who is an open-minded and a free-thinker, a true intellectual person that they’re able to take in information and process it and change their mind. People who are rigid and are not able to process new information and change their mind about things are really not very good thinkers or useful people. I think that a lot of information is constricted so that most people are not able to make up their minds for themselves.
Kessler also blasted the media for reporting that his Charlottesville rally was a “neo-Nazi rally.”

“That’s not what it was,” he claimed. “Basically, besides preserving people’s heritage, it was about just white people being able to stand up for themselves.”

USA: Virginia Governor Blames ACLU For The Violence In Charlottesville AFTER ACLU Exposed The Governor And Mayor ALLOWED The Violence AND THUS Consequently Heather Heyer's Death.

REMINDER: Democratic Virginia Governor and Democratic Charlottesville Mayor told police to stand down. This is criminal. Their job is to protect and serve the public. They are in authority. They should have planned for crowd control in the public sphere. They wanted this riot. Basically, they "incited a riot by falsely yelling fire with the INTENT TO HARM." Figuratively speaking, they caused the stampede that resulted in Heather Heyer's death. They are responsible for her death NOT THE JUDGE who followed the letter of the law and approved the permit. Oh, and for those of you who don't know, this is the state Hillary Clinton's VP running mate, Tim Kaine is US Senator.

In my opinion, Heather Heyer's parents should sue the crap out of the them for their deliberate indifference.
Deliberate indifference is defined as requiring (1) an "awareness of facts from which the inference could be drawn that a substantial risk of serious harm exists" and (2) the actual "drawing of the inference." Elliott v. Jones, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 91125 (N.D. Fla. Sept. 1, 2009) Deliberate indifference is the conscious or reckless disregard of the consequences of one's acts or omissions. It entails something more than negligence, but is satisfied by something less than acts or omissions for the very purpose of causing harm or with knowledge that harm will result.
August 14, 2017

On National Public Radio’s Morning Edition today, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe blamed the ACLU for the violence that took place on Saturday in Charlottesville.

“The City of Charlottesville asked for that to be moved out of downtown Charlottesville to a park about a mile and a half away to a park with a lot of open fields. That was the place where it should have been,” McAuliffe said. “We were unfortunately sued by the ACLU. The judge ruled against us. That rally should not have been in the middle of downtown.”

The ACLU of Virginia’s Executive Director Claire G. Gastanaga had the following response:

“We are horrified by the violence that took place in Charlottesville on Saturday and the tragic loss of life that resulted from it. The ACLU of Virginia does not support violence. We do not support Nazis. We support the Constitution and laws of the United States. We would be eager to work with the governor and the attorney general on efforts to ensure that public officials understand their rights and obligations under the law.

“But let’s be clear: our lawsuit challenging the city to act constitutionally did not cause violence nor did it in any way address the question whether demonstrators could carry sticks or other weapons at the events.

“We asked the city to adhere to the U.S. Constitution and ensure people’s safety at the protest. It failed to do so. In our system, the city makes the rules and the courts enforce them. Our role is to ensure that the system works the same for everyone.

“In the weeks after the July 8 protests, the city (working with the governor and others) had ample opportunity to put together a case and present it in court on its own motion justifying the revocation of the permit and the imposition of a prior restraint on speech. If the judge in our case had been presented with any credible evidence or testimony by the city of an imminent threat of harm (other than a list of internet entries) or evidence that the change in permit would, in fact, result in no demonstration in downtown Charlottesville, I have confidence that he would have denied the injunction, and the city would have been faced with enforcing the change of venue and protecting demonstrators and counter-demonstrators in two locations.

“Instead, the city’s pleadings said that its decision to revoke the permit was based primarily on the unmanageable numbers of people who would show up. An affidavit from the police chief said that they expected twice as many counter-protesters (2,000) as protesters (1,000). Yet, the city did not revoke the permits for the counter-protesters, too. In light of those facts, the judge couldn’t get beyond the fact that the city hadn’t revoked all permits for demonstrations downtown on Saturday.

“It is the responsibility of law enforcement to ensure safety of both protesters and counter-protesters. The policing on Saturday was not effective in preventing violence. I was there and brought concerns directly to the secretary of public safety and the head of the Virginia State Police about the way that the barricades in the park limiting access by the arriving demonstrators and the lack of any physical separation of the protesters and counter-protesters on the street were contributing to the potential of violence. They did not respond. In fact, law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an ‘unlawful assembly’ and clear the area.

“Rather than seeking to scapegoat the ACLU of Virginia and the Rutherford Institute for the devastating events on Saturday, it is my firm hope and desire that the governor and other state and local officials will learn from this past weekend how constitutionally to prevent events like the horror we saw in Charlottesville from ever happening again.”

USA: Organizations Involved In Toppling Confederate Statue In Durham Are Coalition Of Communists, Antifa (Jew/Israel Hating Anarchists) And BLM (Jew/Israel Hating Islamists/Marxists)

The Herald Sun
written by Virginia Bridges
Monday August 14, 2017

DURHAM - A protest in downtown Durham on Monday night left a statue of a Confederate soldier erected nearly a century ago crumpled on the ground.

Sheriff’s deputies recorded the event but did not intervene as a protester climbed a ladder and slipped a yellow, bungee-like cord around the soldier’s head and arm and a group pulled the cord.

The statue did a somersault, collapsing against the stone pedestal in front of the old county courthouse on East Main Street.

Protesters cheered and started to kick the crumpled mass.

Gov. Roy Cooper criticized the action, tweeting that “the racism and deadly violence in Charlottesville is unacceptable but there is a better way to remove these monuments.”

Monday’s rally, the second in Durham in two days, began around 6 p.m. as more than 50 people gathered in front of the now county administration building chanting, sharing their experiences in Charlottesville, Virginia, and demanding that people fight racism in their communities and across the South.

“Tactics are changing, which means that our strategies need to change, our unity needs to escalate and our demands to fight back and resist domestic terror needs to escalate,” said Eva Panjwani with the Workers World Party Durham.
Whoa. The irony. This Eva chick said, their "unity needs to escalate" and she goes on to say "resist domestic terror needs to escalate." Ahem. They are the VIOLENT domestic terrorists suppressing FREE SPEECH or any American's right TO THINK FOR THEMSELVES. They are attacking, literally physically attacking, threatening, anyone who doesn't think like them. How can they not see what they're doing is wrong? (emphasis mine)
As the crowd swelled to more than 100 people, the protesters circled the statue of the soldier holding a muzzle-loading rifle and chanted “No Trump! No KKK! No fascist USA!”

Groups at the rally included members of the Triangle People’s Assembly, Workers World Party, Industrial Workers of the World, Democratic Socialists of America and the antifa movement.

“This is a really an opportunity, this moment of Charlottesville to see what side of history we are choosing to side with,” Panjwani said. “This is not a call to make someone to feel guilty or ashamed. This is a call to say this is an ask from people of color to say which side are you on.”

Conversations about loving your neighbor have not worked, she said.

Alissa Ellis, of the Workers World Party Durham branch that was a participant in the Charlottesville protest, said people need to embrace multiple tactics because that is what kept her safe.

“We need to shun passive, white liberalism” that elevates whites voices over black and brown voices, she said.

Others called for all Confederate statues across the South to come down, including Silent Sam on the UNC Chapel Hill campus.

Durham County sent out a statement at 12:23 a.m. that said local elected officials and senior staff understand the unrest in the nation and community, particularly following the senseless acts that took place in Charlottesville.

“We share the sentiments of many communities around the nation that admonish hate and acts of violence as we believe civility is necessary in our every action and response,” the statement said. “Governmental agencies dedicated to public safety will continue to work collectively to ensure Durham remains a community of excellence where all of our residents can live peacefully, grow and thrive.”

Stopping traffic

After the Durham statue was pulled down, protesters walked down East Main Street and blocked the intersection at South Roxboro Street, some holding hands in the middle of the broad intersection.

After about five minutes, the group left the intersection and continued to walk down Main Street on the sidewalk. They stopped at the construction site of the new Durham Police Department headquarters.

Police blocked traffic and accompanied the group as members walked down the streets. No arrests were made, the department said Monday night. Durham County Sheriff’s Office has jurisdiction over all county buildings and landmarks, it said.

The line of protesters walked back to the old courthouse. Some took photographs with the fallen statue. Sheriff’s officials continued to take video.

Isaiah Wallace, 26, of Durham, accompanied the protesters carrying and playing a guitar.

Watching the statue fall “was awesome,” he said.

“It’s going to send shock waves through the country, all the rest of the racist monuments and symbols can get town down also,” he said.

Some of the protesters started to yell at sheriff’s officials standing on the steps of the old courthouse recording, and then Durham police officers blocking the street.

Pierre Faulkner waved a sign in front of them that said “cops and clan go hand in hand” on one side and “Black Lives Matter smash white supremacy” on the other.

“If y’all aren’t going to help us, we are going to help each other,” said Faulkner, 27, a student at Durham Technical Community College. “You understand that. Do you understand that? You look like you voted for Donald Trump.”

At 8:26 p.m., a law enforcement official told protesters to disperse. “Leave the street. Leave the area right now. Leave the property of the county right now,” he said.

A small group continued to follow Faulkner down Main Street. He stopped on the corner of Corcoran and Main streets, and people then started to go their separate ways around 8:34 p.m.

Faulkner said all he wants is for their voice to be heard.

“The message that they are trying to explain to these police is it doesn’t matter about your skin color. Everybody is one person. Everybody should be treated equally,” he said. “They’re standing out here with guns and bullet proof vests. We have no weapons. This is a peaceful protest. All we want is our voice to be heard.”

More information sought

Earlier Monday County Commissioners Chairwoman Wendy Jacobs said she had asked county staff to start researching the history of the Main Street monument and state legislation regarding Confederate monuments.

“We don’t even have basic information about the history of the statue,” she said. “We don’t know anything about what the current laws are.”

“The first step of any conversation is understanding what the facts are,” she said.

In 2015, the General Assembly passed a law preventing state agencies and local governments from taking down any “object of remembrance” on public property that “commemorates an event, a person, or military service that is part of North Carolina’s history.”

A state law would be needed to remove a monument or relocate one to a site that’s not of “similar prominence.”

A person who damages or destroys public property can be charged with a Class 1 misdemeanor under state law, and if convicted, can receive a fine of $500 and 24 hours of community service.

The granite base on the Main Street soldier, which was dedicated in 1924, says, “In memory of ‘the boys who wore the gray.”

There are about 120 Civil War memorials across the state, according to the Division of State Historic Sites and Properties.

About a dozen are dedicated to Union soldiers, and others honor soldiers in a number of wars. About 100 are clearly monuments related to the Confederacy. The monuments are in cemeteries and on public and private properties.

USA: Predominantly Black Group Fights To Keep Confederate Statues In Dallas.

Confederate Soldiers are legal U.S. military veterans: By Public Law 85-425, May 23, 1958 (H.R. 358) 72 Statute 133 states – “(3) (e) for the purpose of this section, and section 433, the term ‘veteran’ includes a person who served in the military or naval forces of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War, and the term ‘active, military or naval service’ includes active service in such forces.” As a result of this law the last surviving Confederate Veteran received a U.S. Military pension until his death in 1959, and from that day until present, descendants of Confederate veterans have been able to receive military monuments to place on graves from the Veteran’s Administration for their ancestors. A Confederate Veteran should therefore be treated with the same honor and dignity of any other American veteran.

Published on Mar 24, 2008: A video made to show you the real truth behind what the US Civil War  (1861-1865) was fought for in the South and it was for a horrible tariff and for Independence. The South wasn't fighting to keep slavery. That is a lie.

Behind the Dixie Stars

The True South by H.K. Edgerton

The New York Post
written by Yaron Steinbuch
Wednesday August 16, 2017

A group made up of predominantly African-Americans has called for Confederate statues in Dallas to remain standing – despite a nationwide push to remove similar markers after the deadly rally in Charlottesville.

“I’m not intimidated by Robert E. Lee’s statue. I’m not intimidated by it. It doesn’t scare me,” Sandra Crenshaw, a former city council member, told a local CBS affiliate. “We don’t want America to think that all African-Americans are supportive of this.”

Crenshaw was joined by several Buffalo Soldier historians and Sons of Confederate Veterans in a bid to protect the Confederate statues in Dallas.

“Some people think that by taking a statue down, that’s going to erase racism,” Crenshaw said. “Misguided.”

City council member Philip Kingston disagreed.

“What we don’t do is leave up a monument that celebrates the very idea that some of us are not equal to the others,” said Kingston, who has proposed a resolution that seeks to keep the monuments off public property.

Mayor Mike Rawlings agreed with Kingston, saying he doesn’t like the Confederate monuments in the city’s public spaces – calling them a “symbol of injustice” and “dangerous totems,” The Dallas Morning News reported.

But the mayor said he wasn’t ready to say the city should tear down its Confederate monuments near City Hall or in Lee Park.

“It’s easy to jump on the bandwagon and say ‘tear it down’ because it’s frankly politically correct and in many ways it makes us all feel good. I feel that way,” Rawlings said.

“But I hesitate because I realize the city of Dallas is better, is stronger when we are united and not divided. My goal as mayor, my job as mayor, is to continue to unite our city.”

Rawlings called for a task force to consider what to do about the city’s public Confederate monuments.

Dallas was once a Ku Klux Klan hotbed and was dubbed “The City of Hate” after the John F. Kennedy assassination.

USA: Fact Check: President Obama DID NOT Specifically Mention White Supremacy or KKK In His Immediate Remarks After The Charleston Shooting.

The Daily Caller
written by Kush Desai
Tuesday August 15, 2017

Former Bush administration Director of Black Outreach Paris Dennard claimed that in the wake of the 2015 deadly shooting of a black Charleston church, President Barack Obama “did not name [the shooter] and call him a domestic terrorist” on CNN Monday.

The statement was made during a heated exchange regarding President Donald Trump’s delay in condemning white supremacism after Saturday’s deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville. During the rally, one woman was killed and dozens of others were injured amidst violence between white supremacist, Antifa (which stands for “Anti-Fascist”) and other groups.

Dennard prefaced his claim by arguing that Obama’s response “gives us context on what people do in this situation when it happens unexpectedly.” He continued, saying that Obama “did not call [the shooter] a neo-Nazi. He did not call him a white supremacist.” Dennard made similar remarks later that evening on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360°.”

Verdict: True

Obama did not specifically mention white supremacy in his immediate remarks after the Charleston shooting. He did, however, mention race relations and gun rights.

Fact Check:

Obama did not identify nor condemn white supremacy during his remarks the day after the deadly June 2015 shooting. The incident attained national media attention after Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old self-identified white supremacist, shot and killed nine African Americans at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina.

Obama did not name Roof or the racist motivations in his speech, acknowledging that, “Until the investigation is complete, I’m necessarily constrained in terms of talking about the details of the case.” Roof was arrested shortly before Obama’s noon remarks, ABC News reported.

Although he did not mention or condemn white supremacy, Obama did acknowledge the racial aspects of the massacre. “The fact that this took place in a black church obviously also raises questions about a dark part of our history. This is not the first time that black churches have been attacked.”

Obama went on to praise the “outpouring of unity and strength and fellowship and love” from “all races” in the wake of the massacre.

Leaving aside white supremacism, Obama attributed blame to U.S. gun policies. “Once again, innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun… we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries.”

While the context of the two presidents’ remarks are open to interpretation and debate, Dennard’s assertion that Obama did not name the Charleston shooter or condemn the shooter’s white supremacist motivations in his immediate remarks is true.
When white racist Dylann Roof shot and killed nine people in a black church in Charleston, it was very easy for President Obama and his media enablers to paint with a broad brush and blame the broader political culture. Bill Maher even blamed Fox News and the Daily Caller and the Drudge Report.

But when black racist Micah Johnson gunned down five cops and wounded seven others in Dallas, suddenly the motivation was complicated, and couldn't be blamed on a "climate" of hostile rhetoric.

Dallas police chief David Brown reported "The suspect said he was upset at white people. The suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers." His Facebook page had "Likes" for Black Lives Matter and the New Black Panthers.

But in a news conference on Saturday in Warsaw, President Obama ignored that, claiming it was "very hard to untangle the motives of the shooter." It couldn't be blamed on rhetoric, for example, the BLM protesters who chanted, "Pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon."

But the media oozed over Obama's speech to a memorial service in Charleston, as the president hammered home a denunciation of racism. "The fact that this took place in a black church obviously also raises questions about a dark part of our history. This is not the first time that black churches have been attacked, and we know the hatred across races and faiths pose a particular threat to our democracy and our ideals."

Nobody expects Obama to stand anywhere and say anything like that about Black Lives Matter or the New Black Panthers. Shouldn't that alone be a news story?

I shared this story with you on 4/23/2013.

Frontpage Mag
written by Daniel Greenfield
Thursday April 11, 2013 <===

Let’s lay out a hypothetical scenario. An American walks into a mosque during Ramadan, opens fire while quoting Bible passages and then leaves behind a Bible.

On a scale of 1 to non-stop coverage, how often do you think you would be hearing about it, how fast would religious motives be attached to it and how quickly would we learn that the bible was left behind?

But the same rules don’t apply to Islam. Muslims are designated victims. And they may act like oppressors, but that just means the story gets buried. So only now do we learn that a Muslim who opened fire in a church on Easter left behind a small present.
Police found Reshad Riddle inside the church, standing at the podium. “He had the gun in the air,” Janek said. “He had several knives on him … we later discovered the Koran on the podium.

The second witness, Patrolman Thomas Clemens, said he was called to the church Easter Sunday for “a subject in the church waving a handgun.”

Upon arrival, he saw several people running from the church and several people crawling out the narrow windows.

“I pulled two children out of a window,” he said.

“He admitted he used a Smith and Wesson .38 Special,” Clemens said. “He referred to the Koran and Allah, quoting passages.

Upon cross-examination, Humpolick pushed for more details on Riddle’s statements.

Clemens said he wasn’t familiar with the Koran, but remembered Riddle had said he had “served his purpose.”
The media has done its best to bury the story. Plenty of headlines read, “Man Yells About God After Church Shooting” which gives a completely false picture of events.

Reshad Riddle did not yell about God. He yelled about Allah. And the media’s trend of using God in place of Allah is done to hide the meaning of scenes like these.
“Associate Pastor Sean Adams told The (Ashtabula) Star Beacon newspaper that Reshad Riddle walked through the church, still holding the gun, and yelled that the killing was “the will of Allah. This is the will of God.
But of course there’s still no motive. After decades of Muslims killing Americans in the name of Allah, there’s just no motive. Instead we’re going back to psychiatric disturbance. Maybe Reshad, like Nidal Hasan, contacted PTSD in the air.

August 15, 2017

USA: All Of You On The Left, Including The Media, Remind Me Of The Movie Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978). Progressive Clones! You're Totally Creeping Me Out.

I'm so done with these reporters. The media doesn't care about Americans. The media only cares about pushing their Progressive Utopia clone agenda.

There are only maybe like 3,000 White Supremacist, KKK members in America, out of 325.6 Million Americans. The media keeps giving them relevance. 
Of the 62 departments that reported data, 32 said the number of homicides has risen and 35 said there were more aggravated assaults.

Chicago’s data showed it was about on the same pace as 2016 and still leads the country, with 328 people killed in the first six months of this year. It added nearly 100 more in July and early August, with the total at 423 as of Aug. 11, according to local news reports.

“The good news to take from that is Chicago isn’t getting worse,” said Ames Grawert, counsel at the Brennan Center Justice Program. “But the bad news is that it’s not getting better. You are not seeing the numbers fall back to earth yet.”

Homicides in Baltimore were up 24 percent, with 170 killed from January to June. By Aug. 7, the number hit 211 homicides — with two people fatally shot during a community-organized cease-fire weekend.

Other cities reporting significant homicide increases this year include Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; Kansas City; Nashville, Tennessee; New Orleans; Philadelphia; and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

“The uptick in murders is a continuation of the violent crime wave seen over the past several years,” said Justice Department spokesman Drew Hudson.

The suspected reasons for the upticks vary. The Justice Department points to gang conflicts, such as those surrounding the drug trade and heroin and opioid use, as its biggest obstacle in addressing homicides.

“A challenging priority for the Department of Justice is dismantling the criminal gangs, which function as the street-level drug distribution networks for transnational drug cartels and fuel much of the violence in our country through turf wars and violent drug trafficking,” Mr. Hudson said.

August 14, 2017

USA: "Solidarity Against Hate March" In Seattle On Sunday As Leftist Demonstrators Yell "Fuck America", Burn The American flag, While Proudly Waving Communist Flags. Yeah. Okay. Makes Sense. NOT! πŸ™„

USA: It Dawned On Me, White Supremacists (KKK), Black Lives Matter (BLM), Islamist, and Antifa (Anarchists), ALL HATE Jews and Israel. Wow. 😧 Watch Complete Video Of Charlottesville Tragedy.

The media is lying that President Trump waited 48 hours to condemn Charlottesville violence specifically naming "White Supremacists" as demanded by the Leftists.
Please note, BLM and Antifa DID NOT have permits to march, or hold rally, or publicly protest. BUT the White Supremacist did get a legal permit to protest on public grounds. Shame on the Democratic governor of Virginia AND the Mayor of Charlottesville for telling the police to stand down so all of you on the left could spin this tragedy and paint President Trump and his supporters as White patriotic racists.
Please note, the people marching in this video who assaulted the media are Black Lives Matter and Antifa who were bused in to violently attack the White Supremacist protest.

March/Rally in America on 7/20/2014 - Muslims in Chicago, USA chant “Free Palestine, death to Israel, death to America”.