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Disrespectful Students Burn Flag After Trump Victory… The Way the School Responds? INFURIATING [VIDEO]

This takes campus craziness to a whole new level…



What the heck do people think they’re doing in burning the American flag in response to Donald Trump’s victory? You can’t claim to be worried about our nation’s future when you’re destroying a flag that represents it.

Anti-Trump protests have broken out at the intellectual bubbles we call “college campuses” nationwide, and one particularly disgusting incident happened at Hampshire College, when a group of students decided to burn the flag right after Veteran’s Day. Prior to that, the College had lowered their flag to half-staff, as if we just suffered another 9/11.

And how did the College respond to the flag being burned? You have to read it to believe it.

As Right Wing News reported:

Adding insult to injury, the university has now banned all flags. Talk about a wrong move and then a severe over-reaction. What a bunch of pansy, Leftist asshats.

Veterans and community members were ticked to begin with when the school lowered the flag, but they were furious when the flag was burned. Once said, “It is a disrespect. That shouldn’t have happened in the first place.” I so agree. This happened the night before Veterans Day. The students should have been punished instead of removing the flags. What kind of morons run this school? Oh, I forgot… liberals.

God help us.

What world do we live in where an American University responds to the American flag being destroyed by removing the flag entirely?


We’re reaching the point where the Left’s reality is our satire. If the American flag is enough to trigger these students, how can they expect to survive in the real world? The only silver lining I can see here is that these kooks are the people that you and your children will be competing with in the job market….. so we have that going for us I get.

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Former President Barrack Obama and current President Donald Trump are a study in contrasts. Whether they are meeting and supporting the victims of disasters, interacting with world leaders, or simply addressing a crowd – these two Presidents are polar opposites of one another. Another way the two men differ a great deal is in their treatment of military personnel. Contempt seems to be the defining characteristic of the Obama presidency for America, her way of life and for the military personnel charged with protecting her. Like many left-of-center Americans, he knew nothing about the military and frankly was not interested in learning.

As we saw repeatedly echoed as a refrain throughout the Obama presidency with everything from the Fort Hood shooting, the VA scandal, the Bergdahl debacle, and a host of other notable examples Obama and his defenders continually oozed their contempt. Their utter tone-deafness on military issues regularly turned bad news into all-consuming nightmares. Obama went from allowing veterans to die at the VA to confusing cadets at West Point to saluting the heroism of an Army deserter, if not an outright enemy collaborator. Adding insult to injury, much of the mainstream media has little idea how to cover military issues because they share this cultural contempt. Enlisted soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines are considered stupid or insane — either way, indigent victims who must be enlightened by the liberal elite.

Trump, Marine One, Hat

Photo Credit – Manuel Balce Ceneta – Associated Press

By contrast, President Trump is a man who does not hold anything back. Often times he says what he believes needs to be said rather than opting for the more politically correct. President Trump himself did not serve choosing instead to work in corporate America. Given his lack of military knowledge, President Trump chose to surround himself with great military leaders such as Secretary of Defense James “Mad Dog” Mattis and General John Kelly seeking the counsel of those with greater expertise than his own. All throughout his campaign he became known for his mantra of #MAGA or Make America Great Again pushing an America First agenda that has not been seen in decades. Through his presidential campaign, President Trump was often seen wear a red hat bearing the caption “Make America Great Again” or simply “MAGA.”

As a result, when it was time for President Trump’s planned trip to Camp David he spoke of what a great honor it was to fly on the executive Marine One helicopter, in a speech to Marines.  He thanked all the Marines in the helicopter squadron for their hard work to keep his travel safe, noting what an “incredible privilege” it was to take that flight as “few sights more awe-inspiring” than riding the helicopter past the national monuments and landing at the White House.

Marine One has been a fixture of the presidency since President Dwight Eisenhower inaugurated it in 1957. The president’s helicopter – a Sikorsky VH-3D Seat King – is part of fleet of aircraft based in Quantico, VA. More than 800 U.S. Marines supervise the operation of the Marine One fleet. They call the helicopters “white tops” because of their green and white paint scheme.

President Trump noted – “A Marine is often the last person I see when leaving the White House and the first upon my return. Nothing is more reassuring.”

The squadron gifted President Trump with a hat from their group, which Trump said he would be “proud” to wear. The hat mimicked the look of the hats for which President Trump is so famous for proclaimed – Presidential Helicopter Squadron emblazoned in blue letters on the white cap.

In his address to the servicemen at Quantico who take care of Marine One, President Trump was very appreciative, stating in part –

“So they gave me this hat.  It says: “Presidential Helicopter Squadron.”  Would you wear it?  Now, no other President would do this.  But I will because I’m proud of you.  I’m proud of you.  What the hell.

Oh, you are nice.  I can’t see you in this. You are — you mean, so you’re the ones taking care of my helicopter, right?  I better be nice to you.  I better be nice to you.

I want to congratulate — I know the talent.  I’ve had many helicopters.  You know, I’m very spoiled; I’ve had helicopters.  (Laughter.)  And we ordered a couple of big, beautiful new ones.  You know about that, right?  They paid a lot more than I would have paid, and I would have had them even better, but we won’t talk about that.  They paid a lot of money.  

But I want to thank Colonel Hoffman very much.  The job you do is incredible.  The job that this group of people do is incredible.  Colonel, how many presidents have come out to see them?  Who was that?”

An audience member answered President Trump’s comments stating it was “eight years ago.” President Trump continued –

“Oh, eight years ago.  Good.  Good.  President Obama, no?   I don’t know.

Well, it is great to be here, surrounded by the Marines.  You know, I have a four-star Marine.  We just had to get it right.  So I picked a four-star Marine.  Could have picked a lot people.  Everybody wants to be Chief of Staff, right?  But I had to go to the Marines.”

President Trump was highly complimentary of those military personnel in his administration as well calling specific and special attention to General John Kelly, stating –

“Where’s Kelly?  Where is he?  Where is he?  Come on over here, Kelly.  Come here.  Four stars. Say hello.  Say hello.”

Watch the Marines go crazy for Kelly.

General Kelly responded with –

Best job I ever had — you’ve heard me say it before — being a sergeant in the Marines.  Second best job, this one.” 

President Trump continued with –

“You know, he always said — he always said that.  He liked being out there fighting.  But we’ll try and keep you out of the fighting.  But if we have to fight, oh, boy, it’s not going to be pretty.

He finished his speech speaking about the amazing work of our military personnel and their dedication to America, thanking them for a job well done while wearing his new hat proclaiming the Presidential Helicopter Squadron and President Trump was proud to wear it. Our military men and women finally have a president who both cares about them and respects what they do. A visit from their Commander in Chief is no small thing, and for these men and women, it was a very welcome sight. After all, it had been eight years.

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BREAKING NEWS From ALABAMA… Roy Moore Just Made URGENT Announcement



Last week, the residents of Alabama voted in a Senate race to determine the future of their state and of course, it was riddled with controversy. Shortly after President Trump appointed Jeff Sessions, the race to fill his abandoned Senate began with both sides of the aisle realizing how important the outcome was. Republicans needed this seat to support President Trump in his agenda, and of course, the left needed this place to stop it.

So, instead of Democrats offering a quality candidate, they did what they do best, cheat.

Over the last several months, the left engaged in a smear campaign against Roy Moore that depicted the judge as a sexual predator despite the mounting evidence to the contrary. Then on the day of the election, there were numerous reports of voting irregularities and fraud that has many wondering if Doug Jones’ win is even legitimate. For instance, just hours after Jones supposedly won the Senate seat, news that Alabama had not counted military votes began to leak out. Then there were videos of multiple individuals bragging on national television that they had voted multiple times.

With that all in mind, Roy Moore could not in good conscience concede to Doug Jones and is now asking for his supporters to donate to an “election integrity fund” to get to the bottom of it. In a letter that Moore sent to his supporters, he asks for help in raising $75,000 to collect reports of “voter fraud” before Alabama’s secretary of state certifies the election later this month, according to The Hill

Here is more from Business Insider:

Former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore asked supporters on Friday for donations towards an “election integrity fund” that would be used to investigate and submit cases of voter fraud and other irregularities, the Associated Press reported

Moore lost this week’s special election to Democrat Doug Jones by more than 21,000 votes, but he is still refusing to concede

“I also wanted to let you know that this battle is NOT OVER!” he said in a fundraising email to supporters. “My campaign team is busy collecting numerous reported cases of voter fraud and irregularities for the Secretary of State’s office.”

Moore has remained defiant since Tuesday’s election, refusing to concede in hopes that remaining write-in, overseas military, and provisional ballots that remain to be counted eventually narrow Jones’ margin of victory enough to trigger an automatic recount

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, the state’s chief elections officer, said that such a recount would be unlikely. 

“I know a lot of people would say it’s never over until it’s over, but the margin of victory for Doug Jones at this particular time looks like a very difficult amount of votes to overcome as the remaining votes that are out there to be counted next week begin to be considered at the local level,” Merrill  told CNN  on Wednesday.

Jones currently leads Moore by a 1.5% margin. If, after all the votes have been counted and certified, that gap narrows to less than 0.5%, an automatic recount provision would kick in. Merrill’s office will certify the results by January 3 at the latest. 

Moore’s fundraising email on Friday was the third time he rebuffed calls, including from President Donald Trump, to concede. 

Hours after Jones was declared the winner, Moore insisted the race was not yet over. 

“Realize when the vote is this close, it’s not over,” Moore told supporters in a speech.  “And we still got to go by the rules about this recount provision … It’s not over, and it’s going to take some time.”

Now, as we know, the left most likely did cheat by having people vote multiple times, and if there isn’t an investigation into the alleged claims of voter fraud the left gets away with. Next year, is the mid-term elections which means that if the left found a sure fire way to neutralize their opponent it will be worse in 2018, not to mention 2020.

Granted, it is possible that Moore did not get enough votes considering the smear job the left did, but that does not mean we do not investigate these claims of voter fraud. If there is one thing we know for certain about the left, it is that they will do all they can to ensure a victory so they can stop Trump and his agenda, and that must be taken seriously.

Our elections should be the peoples’ voice and not manipulated by power-hungry leftists desiring to control the American citizen. If we do not look into this election the left will think they have the upper hand and we cannot allow that to happen.

H/T [New York Post]

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BREAKING! MSNBC Caught On HOT MIC… Sexually Harassing MELANIA!



And another so-called feminist bites the dust!

On Saturday evening it was reported that NBC has confirmed through a spokesman that the company made a payment to a Chris Matthews staffer after she accused the left wing media host of sexual harassment. The spokesman added the staffer was a producer who accused Chris Matthews of making sexually inappropriate comments about her when she worked on his show in 1999. The woman worked as an assistant producer on the “news” show “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” which at the time was on CNBC. As soon as the improprieties took place she reported to CNBC executives that Matthews was making lewd jokes and remarks to other people about her. Executives then fully investigated the matter and dealt with it as soon as it was discovered that the accuser was indeed telling the truth. They made the accusations disappear by giving the woman a $40,000 check.

None of this comes as a surprise to those of us on the right since the so-called Liberal who stands for women’s rights actually got caught on a live mic once making lewd remarks about the wife of then Presidential Candidate Donald Trump, Melania, during a live MSNBC broadcast.

Via Variety:

Sexual Harassment Scandals Force Media Companies to Become the News

“David Folkenflik has what some might call a plum assignment. As NPR’s media correspondent, he can on one day find himself interviewing the editor of The New York Times, and on another analyzing whether AT&T will ever be able to acquire Time Warner.

But sometimes he must take on a more daunting task.

After The Washington Post revealed in October that two women alleged NPR’s then-senior vice president of news, Michael Oreskes, had sexually harassed them while working at The New York Times, Folkenflik had to turn his reporter’s gaze on his own employer. It’s not the first time he’s had to investigate goings-on at NPR, but this particular story was a tough one to tell.

“I would say this is complicated, because it involves, among other things, the interactions of people on a human scale, and those people are often folks who are familiar to the audience and to those of us doing the reporting and editing,” says Folkenflik. “And that’s sobering.”

But the reports are also riveting. The media knows its audience wants to hear more. Between the time allegations first surfaced about movie mogul Harvey Weinstein in early October and Nov. 20, the evening-news programs of ABC, NBC and CBS devoted a total of 218 minutes to sexual harassment stories on their weekday nightly newscasts, according to Andrew Tyndall, an industry consultant who monitors the programs’ coverage. The lion’s share of that coverage has gone to news about accusations leveled at Weinstein and Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. Over the same time period, the probe into Russian influence on the U.S. presidential election drew 85 minutes of coverage; the wildfires in California wine country 82 minutes; and the Baptist church massacre in Texas 67 minutes, Tyndall reports.

Covering the spate of harassment scandals that has followed the Weinstein disclosure has forced some media outlets to examine themselves, too. CBS News has placed Charlie Rose, the former co-host of “CBS This Morning,” under a microscope since disclosures surfaced, again in The Washington Post, about eight complaints by women alleging Rose harassed them. MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski had the unenviable task of outlining the fate of Mark Halperin, a longtime contributor to “Morning Joe,” after CNN disclosed past allegations of sexual harassment against him.

Says Kris Macomber, an assistant professor of sociology and criminology at Meredith College, a women’s liberal arts college in Raleigh, N.C.: “We are in the midst of a cultural shift, and the media is right there, not just showing it but experiencing it too.”

In many cases, the media outlets aren’t the first to alert the public to misbehavior by executives in their organizations. But once revelations surface, they have little choice but to explain to viewers what’s happening and to pursue the story rigorously.

Both “CBS Evening News” and “CBS This Morning” offered little sentimentality in reporting allegations against Rose. Indeed, CBS News staffers found new accusations from three women at the network that the Post had not included in its original report. A person familiar with the matter said those women were discovered by CBS News reporters and were not immediately known to management.

The efforts made for startling television. One day after the first allegations against Rose surfaced, his co-hosts on “CBS This Morning,” Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell, condemned the behavior described in the Post report on air: “This will be investigated. This has to end. This behavior is wrong, period,” said O’Donnell. King also expressed uneasiness with her now-former colleague. “This is not the man I know, but I’m clearly on the side of the women who have been very hurt and very damaged by this,” she said.

The episode repeated itself a week later, when co-anchors Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb, clearly shaken, informed viewers in the opening moments of the Nov. 29 broadcast of NBC’s “Today” that Matt Lauer had been fired for inappropriate sexual behavior.

In other instances, stories about misconduct have put news organizations on the defensive. NBC News found itself having to explain why reporting that started under its aegis by Ronan Farrow on Weinstein ended up being published by The New Yorker. More uncomfortable still: The situation was inflamed by an appearance Farrow made on MSNBC’s “Rachel Maddow Show” where the host asked Farrow the same question. “You would have to ask NBC and NBC executives about the details,” he replied.

Meanwhile, Megyn Kelly’s new morning show on NBC has been among the most active in keeping up with the news on sexual harassment. Since allegations against Weinstein surfaced, Kelly has hit the topic hard nearly every day she’s on the air. She has won exclusive interviews with accusers of Weinstein and Halperin, as well as women who have leveled allegations against Bill O’Reilly, Brett Ratner and Kevin Spacey. Kelly’s ratings among viewers between 25 and 54 — the audience most coveted by advertisers in news programming — reached a new high the week of Nov. 20. She has also made remarks about her experiences with sexual harassment at Fox News and about her interactions with Rose.

Covering these incidents will continue to be a challenge for media companies, notes NPR’s Folkenflik. When reporting on internal matters, staffers tend to get distracted, even wound up, about information that hits close to home. But NPR has protocols in place so that proper coverage is ensured, he says. There’s also a feeling of responsibility to listeners who are interested in how NPR conducts itself, he adds.

Media outlets that find sexual harassment cases within their own walls, he says, “have the obligation to confront fairly and fully issues like this if they are going to have the standing to challenge it in others.”

What is really fascinating about all this is how these left-wing hosts go on cable news day in and day out attacking the right while they have so much to hide. The arrogance and elitism in these people runs so deep that they actually believe they will never get caught.

This is not the way normal men act and it’s not the way society is, yet these same people tell us how we are supposed to live our lives, what we are supposed to think, and what is and isn’t moral. If we disagree with them we get branded as bigots, racists or Nazis.

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