- Mar 4, 2020
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Kathy Griffin did nothing wrong.
Don't need to wait long.Aides to Gov Newsome have endorsed a DA candidate that is calling for prisons to be abolished.
So...defund police...abolish prisons. I can’t wait for their next great idea.
My ancestors immigrated here after the Civil War. We don't owe. Let the offspring of those Democrat slave-owners pay.
I know they don't see the hypocrisy in this, but c'mon. His remarks below are the exact playbook of the left. Do as I say, not as I do...
In response to Henry's August remarks, Marvin Neal — the NAACP branch president in Georgetown, South Carolina — called for the Pawleys Island mayor's resignation.
"When two white people were allegedly killed by a black man in Georgetown, SC, Mayor Brian Henry of the neighboring town of Pawley's [sic] Island Beach had the opportunity to bring citizens closer together," the statement read. "He instead chose to use his platform to cause further racial divide and controversy by venting his frustrations on social media."
Here's an except about the Canceling of Palmetto cheese.
BTW, speaking of boycotts, Goya makes awesome graham crackers for Smores. I hardly knew that Goya even existed, but when I was in Aldi everyone was buying out their shelf of goods (I didn't even know the boycott was on at that moment -- just a bunch of people loading up their carts -- thought there must be some big sale happening) so I grabbed what was left, which happened to be the graham crackers.Here's an except about the Canceling of Palmetto cheese.
Costco will reportedly no longer sell Palmetto Cheese in at least 120 of its stores after Brian Henry, Palmetto Cheese's founder, said that the Black Lives Matter organization was a "terrorist organization."
The CEO just made a true statement. Black Lives Matter is a terrorist organization. There's nothing racist about making a true statement.
I just put Palmetto cheese on my shopping list, and took Costco off my list of places to grocery shop. May pay more at Target or Cub, but at least they are regional businesses.
Yeah - Wheeler essentially promoted Antifa for months, apologizing, allowing, enabling. Then, the first time he publicly spoke negative of their violence, they attacked his house. Now they need someone more sympathetic. Portland was a great city.Poor Mayor Ted Wheeler learning that you can never be too lenient with the antifa gang. This should be a lesson to other mayors to not give an inch to this gang. Language warning with this video.
Wheeler is currently behind in the polls to this woman:
This is actually from 2017 -- I was wondering where the masks were... Portland is really an interesting mess. If you're a business owner that can leave (e.g., software development firm versus say a resturant), wouldPoor Mayor Ted Wheeler learning that you can never be too lenient with the antifa gang. Wheeler is currently behind in the polls to a woman who’s all in with antifa. This should be a lesson to other mayors to not give an inch to this gang. Language warning with this video.
Basically the same deal with our wonderful mayor of MPLS. The "brownshirts" are running some of these cities, and history shows time and time again what happens once the "brownshirts" get their way and their chosen leaders are given absolute power (e.g., stacking the Supreme Court) in the government. For those of you that don't know history, look up the "Night of Long Knives" and the "Night of Broken Glass".Yeah - Wheeler essentially promoted Antifa for months, apologizing, allowing, enabling. Then, the first time he publicly spoke negative of their violence, they attacked his house. Now they need someone more sympathetic. Portland was a great city.
You read alot into it, that wasn't said. The riots were great for Trump, you all acknowledge that but you don't like the result of the riots. Its the same thing.Wow. At least she expresses her honest opinion. She hates people and their deaths are all worth it for her to win an election.