Democrats are the real Racist Bigots


https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/12/15/ilhan-omar-trolls-mike-pence-jesus-take-the-wheel/

When will the democratic leaders run to the TV cameras to condemn their party's racism & bigotry?

or for that matter what about the resident democrat supporters on here?
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Donald says Heels Up Harris ain’t black enough

https://twitter.com/Woj_Pawelczyk/status/1145441281809821696

and besides that she is a past slave owner which is a nonstarter for any good standing plantation democrat

when Donald finds out Slow Joe busses black children away from his kid’s school because the black kids would cause a jungle like atmosphere he will get all his viewers to vote a write in for Mooshell thumbsUp
A Democrat’s worse nightmare

https://youtu.be/BpJmBVE4vYg

A Democrat’s worse nightmare

https://youtu.be/BpJmBVE4vYg

Originally posted by Bayrider


I hope more citizens of every race wake up and see this truth.
Washed up has been old hag Bette midler going to criticize Miss Trump's accent. Unbelievable!!!! Miss Melania speaks five languages. Will there be percussions never happen


I am fragile.
Not like a flower.
But like a bomb.
Biden’s racist past and present has caught up to him

https://summit.news/2020/09/01/new-national-poll-trump-surges-to-28-support-amongst-black-americans/

“C’mon man you ain’t black just ask my best friend Coonman Northram he can put on a black face”
By Davey Alba and Ben Decker
Sept. 1, 2020

In a wide-ranging interview with the Fox News host Laura Ingraham on Monday night, President Trump spread multiple conspiracy theories about the protests that have erupted across the nation. Many of his unfounded claims can be traced back to narratives that have been swirling online for months.

Here are three of the baseless conspiracy theories that Mr. Trump spread and where they came from.

A plane ‘loaded with thugs’ headed to the Republican convention.
During the interview with Ms. Ingraham, Mr. Trump claimed that “we had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend, and in the plane it was almost completely loaded with thugs, wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms, with gear and this and that.”

Mr. Trump then alleged that the people were headed to Washington, D.C., to disrupt the Republican National Convention.

There is no evidence of a flight matching Mr. Trump’s description. But the claim is similar to a baseless allegation that appeared online as early as June, when a wave of cities and towns became alarmed by unsubstantiated rumors that the loose collective of anti-fascist activists known as antifa was being sent into their communities to disrupt the peace.

On June 1, a man from Emmett, Idaho, posted on Facebook: “Be ready for attacks downtown and residential areas. At least a dozen males got off the plane in Boise from Seattle, dressed head to toe in black.” He claimed, “One had a tattoo that said ‘Antifa America’ on his arm.” The post was shared nearly 4,000 times.

That same day, the local sheriff’s office posted that there was no merit to the rumor. “The Payette County Sheriff’s Office has not had contact with and has not verified that antifa is in Payette County,” it said. “The Payette County Sheriff’s Office has not given any specific warnings to our citizens about antifa or other organizations.” It was shared only 716 times on Facebook.

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The idea resurfaced prominently again last week when Senator Rand Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, spoke about protesters who confronted him at the Republican convention.

“You just think, ‘Oh, these are some normal hoodlums from a big city.’ I promise you that at least some of the members and the people who attacked us were not from D.C.,” Mr. Paul said, according to Politico. “They flew here on a plane. They’ve all got fresh, new clothes.”

Mr. Paul did not offer any evidence to support this assertion.

Some ‘very stupid rich people’ are bankrolling racial justice protests across the U.S.
In the same Fox News interview, Mr. Trump said he believed “some very stupid rich people” had been financing the racial justice protests that took place in Washington last week and around the country in recent months.

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The unsupported idea echoes claims spread online for months that George Soros, the billionaire investor and Democratic donor, was funding protests against police brutality.

Mr. Soros has for years been cast as an anti-conservative villain by a loose network of activists and political figures on the right and has become a convenient boogeyman for many different conspiracies, including that he “owns” antifa and Black Lives Matter groups.

Open Society Foundations, a philanthropic organization that Mr. Soros founded, has donated to Black Lives Matter in the past. But so have many other public figures, including Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Prince, just weeks before he died.

The false notion that a shadowy cabal of Democratic elites like Mr. Soros pulls strings behind the scenes and controls the world with money is a main pillar of the far-right extremist conspiracy theory QAnon.

‘People that you haven’t heard of’ are controlling Joseph Biden
This rumor, too, is a pillar of the baseless internet conspiracy QAnon. The theory states, falsely, that the world is run by a group of Satan-worshiping pedophiles that is plotting against Mr. Trump while operating a global child sex-trafficking ring.

QAnon followers, who number in the millions, believe that this clique includes top Democrats like Mr. Soros, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. And they believe that real and actual political power resides not with public candidates like Joseph R. Biden Jr. but with these individuals exercising their secret power beyond any immediately visible public link.

Since the start of the pandemic, as people in lockdown turned to the internet for entertainment, membership in 10 large Facebook QAnon groups grew more than 600 percent, a recent article by The Wall Street Journal said. This year, QAnon has been a main faction fueling false information about Covid-19, the Black Lives Matter protests and the 2020 election. Followers have also attached themselves to anti-vaccine and anti-child-trafficking movements, helping expand their ranks.

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What Is QAnon, the Viral Pro-Trump Conspiracy



BOB
Men in black? Dark shadows? Trump hits full conspiracy theory mode
PUBLISHED : 3 SEP 2020 AT 00:45

US President Donald Trump is fanning Americans' penchant for conspiracy theories
US President Donald Trump is fanning Americans' penchant for conspiracy theories
WASHINGTON - Eight weeks before the US election, President Donald Trump is hurtling down a rabbit hole of conspiracy theories filled with black-clad saboteurs, "dark shadows," the deep state, QAnon, and claims that he is victim of a coup and/or plans to rig the polls.

The Republican's latest story is that a planeload of agitators deployed to disrupt his party convention in Washington last week -- or something like that.

"We had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend and in the plane it was almost completely loaded with thugs wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms, with gear and this and that," he told Fox News on Monday.

On Tuesday, he told reporters about an "entire plane filled up with the looters, the anarchists, the rioters."

The president then teased: "I'll see if I can get that information for you."




BOB
Men in black? Dark shadows? Trump hits full conspiracy theory mode
PUBLISHED : 3 SEP 2020 AT 00:45

US President Donald Trump is fanning Americans' penchant for conspiracy theories
US President Donald Trump is fanning Americans' penchant for conspiracy theories
WASHINGTON - Eight weeks before the US election, President Donald Trump is hurtling down a rabbit hole of conspiracy theories filled with black-clad saboteurs, "dark shadows," the deep state, QAnon, and claims that he is victim of a coup and/or plans to rig the polls.

The Republican's latest story is that a planeload of agitators deployed to disrupt his party convention in Washington last week -- or something like that.

"We had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend and in the plane it was almost completely loaded with thugs wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms, with gear and this and that," he told Fox News on Monday.

On Tuesday, he told reporters about an "entire plane filled up with the looters, the anarchists, the rioters."

The president then teased: "I'll see if I can get that information for you."




BOBOriginally posted by Bob 241


https://www.foxnews.com/politics/ken-buck-and-rand-paul-call-for-investigation-into-funding-of-violent-protests

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2020/08/28/rand-paul-survives-his-third-attack-from-the-violent-left-n2575231