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While Louisiana SUFFERS, Hillary And Obama Attend Glitzy Fundraiser With $27,000 Per Head Entry Fee

Social media has been abuzz with people asking “Where’s Hillary?” while Louisiana suffers the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2005. Indeed, she hasn’t been seen for days, but, now she has been found again.

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Social media has been abuzz with people asking “Where’s Hillary?” while Louisiana suffers the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2005. Indeed, she hasn’t been seen for days, but, alas, she has been found again.

How has the next possible president been spending her days while so many in Louisiana are suffering? Well, she’s been hobnobbing with the stars at upscale fundraisers on Martha’s Vineyard.

The Daily Mail reported that Friday the Clintons celebrated Bill’s 70th birthday on the island.

On Saturday Hillary held a fundraiser at the home of home of Frank and Carol Biondi. Attendance fees ran from $27,000 to $1,000.

To attend the fundraiser, tickets sold for $27,000 as a host, $2,700 to attend as a 'fighter' and $1,000 as an advocate

To attend the fundraiser, tickets sold for $27,000 as a host, $2,700 to attend as a ‘fighter’ and $1,000 as an advocate

The Mail reported that earlier on Saturday Hillary attended a “private, two-hour fundraiser at the Nantucket home of former U.S. Ambassador to Portugal, Elizabeth Frawley Bagley.”

Guests walk along Pleasant Avenue in Edgartown as they head towards a private residence for the Clinton fundraiser

Guests walk along Pleasant Avenue in Edgartown as they head towards a private residence for the Clinton fundraiser

On Sunday Hillary will hold another fundraiser, this one with left-wing moonbat performer, Cher. The event is being billed as a “Summer Celebration with Hillary.” Sounds pretty f-cking amazing, aye? Not.

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Hillary’s not the only one hanging out with celebrities while tens of thousands are homeless in Louisiana, President Obama has been brushing up on his golf game since August 6th. His vacation on the Island is slated to end today.

Democrats and Republicans alike have criticized Obama and Hillary for not visiting the devastated regions of Louisiana, and the citizens suffering in them. The cries fell on deaf ears, though, as Obama preferred to enjoy his downtime rather than act presidential.

Of course, Obama has nothing to lose. He’s not running again. Hillary is another story, though.

For a person who’s running for the highest office in the land, she seems highly complacent regarding Louisianians who have lost so much.

Donald Trump realized the significance of the tragedy unfolding, and visited the state with a tractor-trailer full of goods for those who have lost everything.

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As many as 13 people have died in the flooding. Over 30,000 people have been rescued, and 40,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed.

Hillary’s failure to show empathy for the people of Louisiana may in fact cost her the election.

Americans don’t want someone who doesn’t care about their plight during natural or man-made disasters. They want to know their leaders are there with them, doing all that they can to help, and that they care enough to at least visit them in their time of need.

From Hillary taking massive amounts of money in speaking fees, taking donations from Muslim countries with horrible human rights track records, and now raising money while so many Americans are suffering, shows that she lacks the compassion it sometimes takes to be Commander-in-Chief.

Hillary isn’t for the people, she’s for her donors. She isn’t for America, she’s for herself, and for the money.

Donald Trump’s pledge is “I’m with you.” He clearly showed that this week by visiting the people suffering in Louisiana. He alone is qualified to be president of these great United States. Hillary once again has shown why she isn’t.

By Jeff Rainforth
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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot's Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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NFL Player Runs Onto Field During Flag Ceremony And SHOCKS Entire Stadium With What He Did To Soldier

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Despite the dramatically decreasing attendance, NFL games still go on weekly regardless if there’s anyone there to see them and the protests that come with it. Entitled players seem to completely ignore the harsh reality of their anti-American rhetoric, seen in the empty seats that surround them that seem to be more than fans who still come to see them play. Just when the league had reached rock bottom, people watching the demise of what was once America’s favorite sport were shocked when they saw what Arizona Cardinals receiver suddenly did out of nowhere when he booked it on field during the flag ceremony and confronted a U.S. Airman from behind.

Now, another team’s coach has had something to say about the incident and didn’t mince words when he pointed out what this scene really means.

Larry Fitzgerald, 33, is now in his 14th NFL season and has always impressed with how he plays on the field, but now it’s what he did to an Airman that he will forever be remembered for. Such is the case for all player who have worked hard to get to the NFL only to remembered for everything else they did outside the sport to make a statement. However, his message was completely different than the disrespectful rhetoric that has diminished the entire league into a mockery among all professional sports organizations.

Newsday reports:

“[Fitzgerald] has 31 catches, 361 yards and five touchdown receptions through five games — the same number of touchdowns as the entire Jets team. But when you listen to NFL people discuss the Cardinals receiver, it quickly becomes evident that he is more than merely a still-productive wideout for a man his age. He is among the most respected players in the NFL on and off the field.”

“Asked Friday to tell a Fitzgerald story, Jets coach and former Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles smiled and said: ‘I don’t have any bad ones. Larry’s one of those guys who you look up his past and everything else and it looks squeaky clean — as far as I know. Larry’s been nothing but great to me . . . He’s a very giving person off the field. He’s very respectful, a very competitive guy on the field works at it, very intelligent. Him and Brandon [Marshall] are similar that way. But I don’t have anything bad to say about Larry.’”

The same cannot be said about Marshall, who Bowles compared him to since Marshall started kneeling in protest last season while playing for the Denver Broncos. He’s still with that team this season and so are his protests, despite having lost a major endorsement over it. That unfortunate fate will never be something that Larry has to suffer because instead of following in Colin Kaepernick’s footsteps, he went out of his way to help an Airman during the flag ceremony when so many other players were focused on their protest.

Fitzgerald was on the sidelines watching the flag ceremony when he noticed the Airman’s had fallen off during the ceremony. Out of respect for the flag, the airman couldn’t let go of Old Glory to put his uniform back together, which Fitzgerald seemed to realize as well. Showing respect for the soldier and the flag, the receiver ran out on the field and got the Airman’s back by putting his hat back on his head.

It’s a simple gesture that speaks volumes, especially since it took place last season just as the protests were percolating into the big problem they are today. Rather than following this incredible player’s example and learning from his good sportsmanship, the league went the way of Kaepernick and will end up with the same demise he’s suffering now. That’s not something the Dallas Cowboys coach wants to see, who has always been outspoken about his expectation for his players to stand for the anthem, and now has something to say about Fitzgerald and what he did out of the goodness of his own heart for our country and Servicemembers.

“Jason Garrett doesn’t do this often. But Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald is so good, he made an exception,” Sportsday reported. “The Cowboys head coach has put together a tape of Fitzgerald to show his players how to play the game.”

“I see a great player,” Garrett said. “I see a guy who plays the game the right way. He’s one of those guys, and this doesn’t happen very often, but we’ve used him as an example in front of our team of how to play. He’s a special player. He’s a special guy. Talk about an ambassador for the NFL. He represents everything that’s good about this game, one of the premier players of his generation. He practices the right way. He plays the right way. He does it with the right spirit. He’s a generous guy with his teammates, he’s a generous guy with guys around the league. His role in the community has been incredible.”

There are still good guys out there in a league of degenerates, racists, and anti-American idiots who are ruining it for other players and all the fans. It’s players like Fitzgerald who deserved all of the attention that the protesting one have gotten and used in all the wrong ways.

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24Hrs After Racist NBA Star Viciously Attacked White Referee, Look Who He Was Caught With – Plan Exposed!

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Fresh into a new season the NBA had the opportunity to give Americans a sport they could watch without the politics but dropped the ball completely. Overpaid players in the league should have learned from the demise of the NFL, but apparently don’t mind compromising the success of their league. However, they aren’t just taking a knee for the National Anthem, they are taking the racist, disrespectful antics much further than that as we saw this weekend. Setting the sick tone for the season, Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry attacked a white referee seconds before his teammate, Kevin Durant, flipped off the crowd.

The two of these entitled players were ejected from the game and rightfully so. Now, 24 hours after that disgusting incident, Curry was caught sneaking around with the last person he should have been, in what appears to be a scheming session for what else this player can do to disrespect our country and the president.

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 which makes sense since Kaepernick and Curry are friends. However, that’s not who Curry was seen palling around with today, be picked even worse company to hang with than that. Both Curry and Durrant are spoiled, rich, entitled racists, proving that by Curry throwing his mouthpiece at the referee and Durant adding insult to the ref’s injury by talking smack to him. Fans were less than pleased with the unsportsmanlike behavior and booed them off the court, who Durant flipped off, sending a clear message to those who had paid to support them.

Curry needed some downtime after that game to relax and get his attitude back in check, but instead met with the one person who will probably make it worse. Curry was enjoying his day off with some golf in Dallas and was joined by Barack Obama who likely supported his courtside behavior the day prior.

SF Gate reports:

Stephen Curry knows how to work off the sting of being ejected from a game: Hanging out on the links with former President Barack Obama and golf star Jordan Spieth.

Curry, Obama and Spieth were joined in Dallas by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, Jerry West’s son Jonnie, who works for the Warriors organization, and Curry’s brother Seth. As you can see from the  photo of the group, everyone stayed very on-brand for Under Armour:

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Obama was in Texas for the “Deep From the Heart” hurricane benefit concert, and Steph Curry will be playing his brother’s Mavericks on Monday night.

“Jordan hosted us at his course. Kevin Plank was able to get into town, and President Obama was here for a fundraiser with a bunch of other living presidents,” Curry said. “It was kind of the perfect storm of scheduling.”

Curry and Obama are semi-frequent golf partners — this was their third round together in three years.

It makes complete sense that Curry and Obama are friends, they both share the same talent for destroying something great – Obama destroyed the country and Curry is on a path of destruction that will likely ruin the NBA just like what we saw in the NFL. It’s unknown what these two BFF’s talked about in between swings, but among the typical competitive game banter the basketball player mentioned, there was probably a fair share of trashing their nemesis, Donald Trump, who also enjoys a round of golf.

“Beyond trash-talking, the conversation on the links sounded more serious. When asked whether the Dallas group talked politics on Sunday, Curry said it was ‘all we talked about.'”

Of course it was because these two seem to be coming together has a band of brothers to promote protests in the NBA and make President Trump’s leadership more difficult with the divisiveness and defiance of his will. Birds of a feather flock together as we already have seen from Curry who is working overtime to side with Colin Kaepernick any way he can.

Although 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!

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2 DOZEN NFL Players Held SICK Protest After They Were Warned – Got What They Deserved 12Hrs Later

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It shouldn’t be too much to ask for millionaire players to simply do what they are paid to do and stop what’s caused the destruction of their league this season. However, the upset over the protests have seemingly only strengthened their resolve to kneel no matter how many fans, sponsors, and revenue is lost in doing so. The issue has swelled so out of control that team owners and some coaches are now saying that it’s time to change course. Despite the warnings not to disrespect our National Anthem at this past weekend games, nearly two dozen players did so anyway. Now, 12 hours later they got what they deserved after deciding they didn’t need to listen to anyone.

The only one that the NFL can blame for the collapse of their industry is themselves since they didn’t get ahead of the issue after the protesting and outrage from it began. Weeks later, when it kept getting worse and the boycotts of the games were here to stay and getting bigger by each game, the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reaffirmed his original statement on the matter, saying he wasn’t going to stop the protests from continuing. With his blessing, more players protested on Sunday, despite other league officials wanted it to stop to save their sport.

Making matters worse for these defiant athletes was that they protested during an anthem sung by a New York City police officer.

WCMH-TV reports:

“Days after the NFL declined to change its rule on the national anthem, about two dozen players protested around the league Sunday. Associated Press journalists counted 22 players protesting during the anthems in some way before day games. Some took a knee, others sat on the bench, stayed in the tunnel or raised a fist.”

“On Sept. 25, days after President Donald Trump said players should be fired for protesting during the anthem, more than 200 players protested. On Sunday, the Seahawks and 49ers had the most protesters. Seattle defensive end Michael Bennett and seven Seahawks teammates did not stand during the anthem before their game with the New York Giants.”

“As a New York City police officer sang the anthem, Bennett was joined by defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, defensive end Brandon Jackson, defensive end Marcus Smith, defensive tackle Jarran Reed, defensive end Frank Clark and defensive end Quinton Jefferson. Defensive end Cliff Avril, scratched for the game, sat between Clark and Bennett. Another teammate stood with his left arm on Bennett’s back. One Seattle player kneeled.”

Team owners met for an emergency meeting this weekend over the unaddressed issue of the protests as these 22 players were kneeling or sitting out for the anthem. There was only one owner who had the wherewithal to realize that this needed to be stopped to save all their investment into these teams and change course. In that meeting, Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones, pushed to change the rulebook to make it so any protesting player gets punished for it. The others didn’t want it and resolved to stick to the path of destruction they’re on now with these protests. It only took 12 hours for the players and hopefully the defiant team owners to realize what a bad decision that was.

Jones had warned everyone in that meeting that the effects of not doing something about this now, even this late in the game despite it already being too late were going to get worse than they already are.

“Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that the National Football League (NFL) is suffering serious damage due to the ongoing national anthem protests that have swept the league in recent months,” RT reports.

“’There is no question the league is suffering negative effects from these protests,’ Jones told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram following the Cowboys’ 40-10 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. He also stressed that some of the Cowboys’ sponsors have raised “concerns” about the anthem protests.”

“’All times, I want to do the right thing by them and their customers. I have a great responsibility to the people who support us. We all get great benefits from having a lot of people watch our games. All of us do,’ Jones said.”

“The protests have reportedly led to a decline in TV ratings and ticket sales, with the total viewership of NFL games plummeting 7.5 percent compared with last season. The Cowboys are one of six NFL teams that don’t have protesting players on their roster. However, their absence could be a result of Jones’ promise to bench athletes who ‘disrespect the flag.’ ‘If we are disrespecting the flag, then we won’t play. Period,’ he said.”

Jones knew that the title wave of financial decline and fan loss would get worse after the final chance to do the right thing was ignored, which it was on Sunday with these 22 players. They got exactly what they deserved today in bigger rating drop than the low they experienced the week before. They proved that the protests are staying despite sponsors and fans going away. They will continue taking a knee at all costs, even if there’s nobody left to see it or care what they are doing. Americans have found better things to do than watch games and support this perpetual temper-tantrum.

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