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BREAKING: Trump Makes MAJOR Announcement About Son Barron – Supporters Shocked

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The left lost their minds after Donald Trump was elected as president. It was almost like they could not believe that so many could not stand Hillary Clinton, right? At any rate, instead of liberals focusing on bringing America together they decided to attack the Trump family, including Baron Trump.

These heartless liberals attacked a young boy all because he is the son of Donald Trump. At first, they mocked him for being shy and then it was where he was going to school. The Trump family made the responsible choice after the election to have Melania and Baron stay in New York till after the school year. Now, President Trump has made an announcement about his son’s future that has many people feeling surprised.

After months of waiting to see where Baron will attend school we finally have the answers. It has been reported that the Trump’s have decided to forego the usual Washington D.C. schools for something different. The Trump’s settled on sending Baron Trump to the prestigious St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in suburban Maryland. This school is not inexpensive either, and the tuition is $38,000 a year.

St. Andrews is a prestigious school located in Maryland.

Also, what is great about this school is the class sizes and the attention that young Baron will receive. Each class is about 11-15 students and the school only has 580 students in attendance. That means that these kids are getting an amazing education and teachers that are able to spend quality time with them all.

But, here is where the surprise comes guys. You see for years previous presidents that had school-age children sent them to Sidwell Friends. Barack and Michelle Obama as well as Bill and Hillary Clinton both, sent their kids there.

However, the Bush’s did not send their children there since they stayed behind in Texas. Though what is interesting to note is that Jenna Bush did attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Austin until she graduated in 2000, which was months before her George W. Bush took office as president.

Bill and Hillary Clinton sent Chelsea to Sidwell Friends school

Another thing to note is that one of the prerequisites to completing middle school at St. Andrew’s is taking a two-day field trip to a Washington, DC, church that runs a soup kitchen.

According to Daily Caller:

If Barron completes middle school at St. Andrew’s — which is 6th to 8th grades — he’ll be required to participate in “service learning activities.” In the 8th grade, students take a two-day field trip to a church in Washington that runs a soup kitchen. Students listen to a homeless person’s life story. They also “make, serve, and eat a meal with the homeless.”

In Trump’s second White House term (if there is one) and if Barron finishes up high school there, he’ll be expected to complete 20 hours of community service between his 9th and 11th grades and 60 hours in the last two weeks of his senior year.

A statement of the school’s philosophy reads as follows:

“St. Andrew’s programs are designed to serve students of varied interests and abilities capable of achievement in a challenging academic environment. To create such an environment, St. Andrew’s supports a dedicated faculty and administration who respect and appreciate students.”

This prestigious school also stresses “balance” and “compassion.”

“St. Andrew’s strives to challenge and support all of its students in a balanced program to nurture their academic, artistic, athletic, and spiritual growth. The school believes that developing each individual’s intellect, character, and sense of self-worth encourages each to live a creative and compassionate life.”

However, despite the school’s name it is not particularly religious:

“This phrase in the Philosophy Statement of St. Andrew’s is important to our school because of what it does and does not mean. It does not mean that we want to ‘make Episcopalians’ out of our students. The perspective of the Episcopal Church includes respect for other religious traditions and even for those periods of life when a person is not identified with a particular tradition. …We feel little compulsion to ‘defend God’ or traditional theological expressions.”

Well, I am glad that the Trump’s decided on a school for Baron. In my opinion, it appears that they made the right choice. I personally would not want to send my child to a school where the Obama’s and Clinton’s sent their spawn. I certainly hope that Baron Trump adjusts quickly to his new school.

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Entitled NBA Star Steph Curry Just ENDED His Career With HUGE ‘F You’ He Sent To White Man At Game

Bye bye, racist!

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Rich, elitist, entitled sports players who toss a ball around for a living need to stick together.

Although Golden State Warrior’s, or “Dubs” (for those Bay Area people who struggle with the English language), star Steph Curry is a Carolina Panthers fan, he made his support known for has-been, unemployed 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick during the 49er’s vs Panther’s game.

Curry posted an Instagram story during the game with the caption, “#FreeKaep.”

Last season, Colin Kaepernick, with the advice of his girlfriend who has deep ties to Islam, refused to stand for the national anthem as a show of a silent protest against police brutality, racial injustice, and inequality. Because we all know a contract of $120 million isn’t enough to heal the “Inequality” he feels!

Although he’s said multiple times that he would stand for the anthem if added to a roster this season, he’s still yet to have been picked up by a team. Leading some to speculate that he’s been blackballed by NFL teams because of the negative attention he drew to himself last season. Of course, any of us who followed football know very well that the real cause for his unemployment is that he just isn’t a good player.

The NY Times Reports:

Maybe Colin Kaepernick Is Just Not That Good

Whether or not Colin Kaepernick plays another down in the N.F.L., I’m going to say that he can achieve more off a football field than he — or anyone else in the sport — can achieve on one.

Football, in the larger scheme of things, is not that important. Kaepernick, meanwhile, has a message about crucial aspects of our frayed but hopefully repairable nation that will continue to grow. If he has the devotion to work for change, he could outclass Tom Brady, or any player you might name, as someone who did something that truly matters for future generations.

But I thought it might be useful to at least consider something. The conventional wisdom is that Kaepernick, who opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers after last season and has yet to be signed by another team, does not have an N.F.L. job on account of his politics. In protest against racism and police brutality, he won’t stand for the national anthem, and he’s increasingly outspoken on social issues. Earlier this summer in a tweet he likened the police to members of the fugitive slave patrol. N.F.L. owners, the thinking goes, must be racists who don’t like his politics — or cynical pragmatists who don’t like that their racist fans don’t like his politics.

What seems to me more problematic than Kaepernick’s not having a job is the general unwillingness to consider that this situation might be justified on the merits, given Kaepernick’s current attributes, or lack thereof, as a quarterback, rather than assuming, as part of a kneejerk gospel of victimhood, that persecution must be the cause.

It’s not hard to make a statistical case for why Kaepernick is not playing now. He threw for a mere 187 yards a game last season, which was good enough for 30th (in a league of 32 teams). For his career, he has completed fewer than 60 percent of his passes. Last season, 24 passers completed more than 60 percent. Kaepernick, at 59.2 percent, was ranked 26th. If you’re below 60 percent, you’re a fringe guy.

 More damning, Kaepernick was not asked to make difficult throws; he’s not a Matt Ryan-type quarterback, slinging the ball far down the field on deep crosses or challenging out routes. In the current iteration of the N.F.L., offense rules the day, with quarterbacks tasked to put up crooked numbers on the scoreboard. Kaepernick’s job was to be a game manager, making the easiest, high-percentage throws. And he still struggled. What are you supposed to do with a guy like this? What can he do for you? Can he help you win?

If Kaepernick deserves a spot in the league, it’s only as a backup quarterback. And he will eventually get a job as one, I bet, once quarterbacks start getting hurt. But the fact that he doesn’t have a job right now isn’t shocking, and it doesn’t have to be because N.F.L. owners are racists who are blackballing him.

The older I get, the less I care about football, but I do care about merit, and things being seen for what they are. “Life is,” as Dostoyevsky wrote, and it is our job to figure out what the “is” is. I believe that’s one of the core responsibilities of being human.

We don’t do this enough anymore. We don’t ask the tough questions. We seek to align ourselves with what I think of as the “control voice” — whatever piped-in monotone is dictating a given narrative at the moment. It’s easy to feel good about yourself when you’re patting yourself on the back for your inability to never fail to take the moral high ground, which everyone who agrees with you reinforces and enables, one Facebook “like” at a time. But there is nothing real about that.

It doesn’t matter that Kaepernick doesn’t have a job; it matters that so few people even wonder if there might be a non-disgraceful explanation. We have become the anti-meritocracy. We resent those who outperform us, outwork us, outproduce us. And the person who has been perceived to have been slighted? He is whom we now adore.

I’d like to see Kaepernick get a job, because I find him interesting, and I’d like to see if he can solve the flaws in his game as he nears 30. But I’d like even more to see all of us challenge ourselves more, in ways that are more important to the world, and to ourselves, than whether or not someone gets a job taking an ill-advised sack, or throwing the ball out of bounds so he can live to play another down.

Now what makes this all even more ironic is what happened during the Warriors game against the Memphis Grizzlies. It’s clear the Warriors aren’t having a stellar season this year. In fact, they are downright starting to go the way of Kaepernick. To the point that two of their best ball tossers lost their cool yesterday and showed the world who they really are…

Two, spoiled rich, entitled racists! 

Curry was ejected for throwing his mouthpiece at a white referee, and Durant was ejected right after for talking smack to him. Durant then flipped off fans who were booing them & waving goodbye in a sarcastic manner.

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Both players were rightfully ejected from the game. They should be ejected from the NBA for at least the remainder of the season as examples.

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Former Air Force One Veteran Turned Referee Given BRUTAL Punishment After What He Did When Fans DISRESPECTED Anthem

This has gone on enough!

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A former Air Force One veteran who later became a referee was just given a brutal punishment for what he did at a volleyball game. A player on one of the volleyball teams took a knee during the playing of the National Anthem referee, 67-year-old Jim Saddler, walked out. This happened just as the volleyball for North Central High School’s girl’s varsity team was about to begin in Indiana.

At first, he saw some fans in the stands taking a knee and that irritated him a little bit. Then he saw the player down on one knee and that threw him over the edge and he went AWOL from his position as the referee. He was not about to stand there and watch disrespectful teenagers participate in protests that mean absolutely nothing but disrespect for the veterans, the flag, and the country.

Saddler, whose background lingers around being conservative, had enough. He walked out right on the spot.

He later found out that his actions of leaving the game came with a consequence which was a suspension from his duty as referee. He was suspended for 18 months. Many people believe the suspension is too long considering the circumstances and the amount of divisiveness perpetrated by leftists in America. A man had an honest reaction to a disrespectful moment and now he’s out of a job for a year and a half. If the system suspends him for exercising his rights, then should the same system ban taking a knee for the National Anthem? If no one takes a knee, then no one else gets mad and walks out, right?

Saddler felt disrespected for the time that he put in serving Presidents and there’s no repercussion on the other end. It’s just him that’s punished.

Via Daily Mail:

But he couldn’t help but feel passionate about the matter, as a retired Presidential Flight Attendant on Air Force One, adding: ‘In the Air Force, you have a duty, and you do it.’ After he received his 18-month suspension, Saddler has had time to reflect on his actions.

After having some time to reflect, Saddler later stated that he would not ever walk out of a game again. He mentioned that his emotions got the best of him and he basically could not stand there and watch his country be treated that way.

‘After I thought about it, I would never ever do that again. I would never break a contract,’ he told the newspaper.
‘What they did just upset me so badly that I just could not stay there,’ he added.

Based on his admittance of wrongdoing and admission of guilt, then shouldn’t he be given a slight break if he has a good history of punctuality and always being there?

‘(But) I know it’s her constitutional right to do what she wants to do, and it wasn’t fair to the other girls who were standing and respecting the flag.

‘After I thought about it, you know … sometimes it takes you a little time to sit down and think about stuff and what you did.’

North Central athletic director, Paul Loggan, said the sports officiate has worked the high school’s football, volleyball and softball games for several years without any issues.

‘He’s a very well-respected official and man,’ Loggan said.

While speaking of the incident earlier this month, he suggested Saddler acted ‘very professional’ and did not lash out on anyone inside the gymnasium at the time.

Regardless, his actions stirred up controversy. Soon after the incident, he received a letter from IHSAA Commissioner Bobby Cox – who informed him of his temporary suspension.

When Saddler arranged a meeting to the discuss the matter into further detail, Cox said his breach of contract left him no other choice.

Since Saddler walked out while on the job, the suspension was a fair decision. However, the length of the suspension is quite long. Since Saddler missed only that one game, has a great history and is well respected, then perhaps the commission can lower his suspension to be only a few games or only one game? NFL athletes who are involved in violent crimes sometimes only get suspended for a few games, so walking out of a volleyball game shouldn’t warrant 18 months off the job.

It’s great that Saddler recognizes the rights for people to protest, but the people protesting need to realize that taking a knee is not working. Taking a knee is disrespectful. Taking a knee has only received negative attention and it’s causing problems in the country. Taking a knee is not the way to get a message across if the people protesting want others to listen.

If Saddler was involved in a violent crime like an NFL athlete, then would his suspension be lower or higher?

The best way to fix the problem with the people who take a knee is to require people to ban all forms of protest at sporting events. It’s sporting event, not a political function or rally. There’s nothing to protest at sporting events except for the overpriced food, drinks, and expensive parking.

If people want to take a knee during sports, then do it in front of the people selling beer for $10 a cup. Cheaper beer is a cause worth protesting for!

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Racist NFL Kneelers Didnt Know What’s On Every Single One Of Their Helmets – Now They’re PISSED!

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It has been over a year since Colin Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem under the guise of protesting police brutality and racial inequality in America. That action sparked immediate controversy which only grew as more players joined Kaepernick’s protest that just drew the ire of NFL fans across the country.

Fans were angered to witness professional athletes spitting in the face of veterans and in the same breath claim that their intention was not meant to be disrespectful. Sadly, the protests only continued even after Kaepernick became unemployed, after not getting signed to a new team in the post-season.

To make matters worse, these unpatriotic demonstrations have spread making their way into the NBA as well as the NHL as more players join in on these race-baiting antics.

However, these players in their hopes to appear as martyrs missed one small detail on their helmets that negates their nasty demonstration and they are pissed after finding it.

The national anthem protests have taken on a life of their own after a year of players disrespecting our veterans and flag. These multi-millionaire players in an attempt to come across as relevant have latched on to liberal talking points of systematic racism in America. Instead of these players researching these claims made by race-baiting leftists they just believe the lies and began a protest that is riddled with half-truths and misconceptions.

But, instead of the protests just being confined to kneeling on the sidelines it has grown into something much more. For instance, instead of the players simply kneeling which is bad enough many players have opted to raise a single fist in the air.

One player that has adopted this sick action is Seattle Seahawks’s, Michael Bennett who after tackling a player will raise the black power fist in celebration, and it doesn’t stop there.

According to Amanda Shea who previously reported on Freedom Daily, Bennet is now claiming that he is a “slave” of the NFL and even went on to cite the Dred Scott case.

“It reminded me of the Dred Scott case: You’re property, so you don’t have the ability to be a person first,” Bennett told reporters Wednesday, according to Breitbart. “I think that in this generation, I think that sends the wrong message to young kids and young people all across the world that your employer doesn’t see you as a human being, they see you as a piece of property, and if that’s the case, then I don’t get it. I just don’t get why you don’t see us as human beings first.”

With all that being said here is where the irony begins for these racist players on the field.

Every time one of these race-baiting players takes a knee to disrespect our flag and the sacrifice our veterans have made they should look at the back of their helmet. On every helmet that these players wear is a small American flag attached to it which pretty cancels out their disgusting protest.

Let’s start with the founder of this nasty demonstration, shall we?

Then there is  Baltimore Ravens’ Terrell Suggs, who followed in Kaepernick’s footsteps shortly after the protest began, but look at what is on his helmet too. 

And, of course, let us not forget Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Mike Evans another vocal national anthem protester. 

You remember when Denver Bronco players Von Miller, Demaryius Thomas, and others joined in on their massive anthem protest? Well, maybe they should have checked their helmets before protesting the national anthem and our flag.

 

Then just a few weeks ago, five Los Angeles Chargers players opted to kneel during the anthem as well, but they missed that small detail too.

Here is more from ABC 7:

At least five Los Angeles Chargers players kneeled or sat on the bench during the playing of the national anthem before the team’s home game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The actions came as players around the league reacted with defiance to President Donald Trump’s comments about kneeling during the anthem. Trump said that owners should fire any players who refuse to stand for the anthem.

Other Chargers stood and linked arms in a show of solidarity during the anthem, as a few also raised one fist.

About 10 Chiefs players also sat during the anthem.

Also, a few weeks ago the entire Tennessee Titans team stayed in the locker room in protest, but those helmets were left behind and guess what’s on them?

But, here is one of the best images of the day. As you see here the New Orleans Saints are sitting during the national anthem, but their helmets say something entirely different.

Listen, if these players want to protest on their off time then, by all means, have at it. They can kneel on the side of the road if they want, but leave the fans and the game out of it. If these players feel like they are not being treated fairly by the league, then they are free to quit and be on their merry way, but they won’t since they love the attention.

The longer Americans continue to boycott the NFL and not be a part of their racist protests the quicker it will end once and for all. 

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