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Proof that Trump is mentally unstable and is not fit to be President

Here is the latest series of Tweets from Trump . . . around 10:30 PM, Nov 28, EST.

Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 1h1 hour ago
.@CNN is so embarrassed by their total (100%) support of Hillary Clinton, and yet her loss in a landslide, that they don't know what to do.

Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago
"@sdcritic: @HighonHillcrest @jeffzeleny @CNN There is NO QUESTION THAT #voterfraud did take place, and in favor of #CorruptHillary !"

Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago
"@FiIibuster: @jeffzeleny Pathetic - you have no sufficient evidence that Donald Trump did not suffer from voter fraud, shame! Bad reporter.

Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago
"@JoeBowman12: @jeffzeleny just another generic CNN part time wannabe journalist !" @CNN still doesn't get it. They will never learn!

Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 2h2 hours ago
"@HighonHillcrest: @jeffzeleny what PROOF do u have Donald Trump did not suffer from millions of FRAUD votes? Journalist? Do your job! @CNN"

General Dave Petreaus is responsible for the deaths of four Americans at Benghazi

FACT:  Benghazi was a CIA operation aimed at collecting weapons from former Libyan Army and sending the weapons to rebels fighting the Syrian government.

FACT:  David Petreaus was Director, CIA, and he was responsible for the entire operation, including security -- or lack of security -- for US installations in Benghazi.

The apple falls very close to the tree

The son of Alabama’s suspended Chief Justice Roy Moore was arrested for the eighth time in a five year period.

According to, Caleb Moore was charged with misdemeanors over the Thanksgiving holiday for hunting without permission and hunting over bait.

It is at least the eighth time Caleb Moore has been arrested in the last five years. Most recently, he was charged with felony drug possession in 2015. He has also faced numerous other charges for drug possession and driving under the influence.

Trump: An incompetent idiot surrounded by incompetent idiots

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, who has previously assured us that she will be going away now that the election is over but who still hasn't followed through on that, took to the Sunday shows to badmouth Mitt Romney, praise her boss for not throwing his political opponent in jail despite his absolute lack of authority to do that, and insist that Donald J. Trump doesn't need those intelligence briefings he has been mostly refusing to get because he gets all the secret world information he needs to know from ... foreign leaders?
BASH: [...] Is this true? Has he turned down the opportunity to get classified intelligence briefings? CONWAY: So he is receiving classified intelligence briefings and the president-elect is also receiving information through his personal and on the phone meetings with over what's now 41 world leaders. In addition to meeting with 60 men and women who could serve in his government but certainly without the promise of any formal position or certainly — [...]
BASH: But, Kellyanne, has he turned down classified briefings?
CONWAY: I really -- I can't discuss that publicly.
Since the election, according to the Washington Post's sources, he's agreed to sit for only two of the provided daily classified intelligence briefings. But don't worry, says his staff, there's probably nothing important there that he isn't already hearing from his congratulatory phone calls from world leaders. No doubt they’re getting him up to speed.

No matter how incompetent and buffoonish we were expecting a Trump White House to be, we may have to revise our estimates downwards. Again.

On the bright side, Kellyanne Conway has high praise for her boss for not immediately turning America into a banana republic a mere three weeks after being elected. Kellyanne, please explain why the president-elect is not pushing to throw his election opponent, Hillary Clinton, in prison for unspecified crimes?
I think he's being quite magnanimous and at the same time he's not undercutting at all the authority and the autonomy of the Department of Justice, of the FBI, of the House Committees, who knows where the evidence may lead if, in fact, it were -- if the investigation were re-opened somewhere. But this is the president-elect's position right now and I would say he has been incredibly gracious and magnanimous to Secretary Clinton at a time when for whatever reason her folks are saying they will join in a recount to try to somehow undo the 70 plus electoral votes that he beat her by.
Yes indeed, nothing is quite as magnanimous as not demanding your opponent be thrown in jail. Mind you, the president-elect has no ability whatsoever to throw his opponent in jail—it's not actually a thing. And as president, he will likewise have no authority to throw his opponents in jail if he’s not feeling magnanimous; that is not among the duties or powers of the office he has just been elected to. It's not clear if Donald Trump knows that. It's really not clear Kellyanne Conway knows that.

But that is where we are now: Conway is celebrating how gracious it is for the president-elect to be "not undercutting" the authority of the nation's actual law enforcement officers when deciding who should or should not be jailed. As if that's a thing Donald should be getting a trophy for. This is a thing, with Donald; he is forever expecting praise for not doing the worst possible thing at any given moment in time.

Despite being elected president, Donald Trump appears to still have no actual concept of what the office he will soon be appointed to actually does. He doesn't need intelligence briefings; he gets what he needs to know from "world leaders" who tell him things on the phone. He is being generous to his opponent by not jailing her, though he has no actual authority to jail her unless he wants to create a constitutional crisis the likes of which we haven't seen in the last hundred years.

An idiot surrounded by idiots. Oh, this will be grand.

This is what Trump has wrought . . .

Every Southern family has a funny uncle, a, "afflicted" cousin, or a twisted sister.  Mostly we keep them hidden away in an upstairs bedroom or attic or outdoor shed.

Trump's election has brought them into the open, as demonstrated here.

Pastor John Kilpatrick used his pulpit to celebrate the election of Donald Trump and the defeat of Hillary Clinton by speaking in tongues during a recent sermon. 

Shortly after the Nov. 8 election, Kilpatrick reminded his congregation at the Evangel Temple in Meridian, Mississippi that God used Hurricane Katrina to attack New Orleans because President George W. Bush had told Israel to “give up Gaza.”

But he insisted that President Barack Obama’s administration had been even worse.

“The last eight years, we have had in our government as system that has tried to capture the minds of Americans,” Kilpatrick opined. “It has tried to tell us what we think, what we can say, what we must not say. It has tried to tell us how we feel about terrorism, Islamic terrorism. It’s tried to tell us how we should feel about abortion.”

“We’ve had an election now, things are going to open up, God’s spirit is going to begin to move again in America,” the pastor said, adding, “Sha yi ya yi ya yi ya ya. Praise him! Woo!”

Continuing to speak in tongues for the next 10 minutes, Kilpatrick shouted, “Thank you, thank you, thank you!”

“Sha ba ba la ba ta la rosa ta la la!” the pastor exclaimed. “Freedom! Freedom again! Freedom! Freedom to lift your voice. Freedom to praise the Lord. Woo hoo! Aye yay yay yay. Ha ra da sa da da.”

“Victory, finally, victory!” Kilpatrick declared. “Thank the Lord for the victory! Thank you for saving our nation! Thank you, Lord, for bringing Jezebel down!”

“Revival’s on the way! Revival’s on the way!” 

The USofA now is no longer a representative democracy.

We are now officially an oligarchy, controlled by the wealthiest corporate figures who conduct the nation's business for their own advantage.

In a deep dive into what is known about President-elect Donald Trump’s foreign business connection, the New York Times has exposed a multitude of conflicts that could have a major impact on how he conducts foreign affairs — to the extent that diplomats already in place are afraid to make a move that could “frustrate Trump’s overseas business partners or political allies.”

“The globe is dotted with such potential conflicts. Mr. Trump’s companies have business operations in at least 20 countries, with a particular focus on the developing world, including outposts in nations like India, Indonesia and Uruguay,” writes the Times based upon what little he revealed before the election. “What’s more, the true extent of Mr. Trump’s global financial entanglements is unclear, since he has refused to release his tax returns and has not made public a list of his lenders.”

Noting the connection of the President-elect to his businesses, the Times posits, “Even if Mr. Trump and his family seek no special advantages from foreign governments, officials overseas may feel compelled to help the Trump family by, say, accelerating building permits or pushing more business to one of the new president’s hotels or golf courses, according to several former State Department officials.”

“The working assumption on behalf of all these foreign government officials will be that there is an advantage to doing business with the Trump organization,” explains Michael H. Fuchs, recently deputy assistant secretary at the bureau of East Asian and Pacific affairs. “They will think it will ingratiate themselves with the Trump administration. And this will significantly complicate United States foreign policy and our relationships around the world.”

Fuchs also noted, “American diplomats in countries where Mr. Trump’s companies operate, fearful of a rebuke from Washington, may be reluctant to take steps that could frustrate business partners or political allies.”

What follows is a country by country breakdown.

Read the whole report here.

Change under President Obama

Drain the swamp

Trump told us he is going to Washington to drain the swamp.

What he didn't say is that he's saving all the swamp creatures and putting them into his Cabinet.

Retired English teacher nails Trump in letter to NYTimes

And another Trump supporters shows us what assholes they are

An unidentified Muslim woman was accosted on Wednesday at a Smith’s grocery store in Albuquerque. The woman was in the checkout line when another unidentified woman, wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses, began shouting at her to leave the country and that she was a terrorist. That’s when employees of the store and some shoppers came to the Muslim woman’s defense.

One employee placed himself in the screaming woman’s path blocking her; a shopper embraced the woman. Local station KRQE reported on the story. You can view the video of their broadcast below. The screaming idiot was escorted out of the store where she stood in the parking lot, waiting on the shopper she harassed to come outside. Employees of Smith’s escorted her to her car, loading her groceries for her. Police were called to the scene, but by the time they arrived the screamer had left the premises.

The Muslim woman returned to the store later in the day to thank the employees for their actions.
Incidents such as this have been steadily increasing since the (s)election of Donald Trump as president—more than 700 at last count. The actions of the staff of Smith’s should not only be applauded, but emulated. There is hope after all.

Trump asshole on a Delta flight

Trump supporter keeping it classy. 

Sorry, but if you voted for Donald Trump, this is you.  You are trash.  Pure trash.

No, you fools . . . Trump is NOT bringing back those good industrial jobs

A lot of "working class voters" proved that, yes, you really are not very smart when you fell for Trump's promise to bring jobs back from overseas.

Listen carefully:  Over 70% of jobs lost in the past decades have been lost to automation, not to "illegals" and not to being shipped to China.

Look at this picture.  Notice something?  Only three people on this factory floor.

The robots are not going away.  The robots will not give your job back to you.

I really do wonder just how dumb you people are.

Seven facts that Republicans don't want you to know

1. Clinton crushed Trump in the popular vote and a majority of Americans voted against him.

The numbers are still coming in, in fact, there are still 1.5 million ballots yet to be counted in California. Thus far, Clinton is over Trump by 2 million voters. It’s the largest margin in history a candidate has lost with. The more important number, however, is that an overwhelming majority of Americans don’t support Donald Trump. Clinton so far has 63.6 million votes compared to 61.9 million for Trump. If you add in Jill Stein, Gary Johnson and other third-party candidates, it’s over 7 million. That makes well over 9 million Americans who voted against Donald Trump.

2. A whopping 75 percent of the country didn’t come out for Trump.

While the raw numbers show the majority of voters were against Trump, the majority of Americans were against him or couldn’t be bothered to come out to vote for him.
Only 57.9 percent of Americans voted in the November election. If you consider that Trump won less than half of those voters, you end up with about 75 percent of Americans who weren’t with Trump.

3. Trump must really think he knows more than the Generals because he’s ignoring national security briefings.

The Washington Post broke a story tonight that President-Elect Trump has had an opportunity to have a top-secret security briefing that is reserved for the president and vice president and the president and vice president-elect. So far he’s only done two of them in over two weeks since he won the election. The first was right after the election and the second was Tuesday before he left for Florida.
If you have a family member who disregarded Trump’s comment, “I know more about ISIS than the Generals,” as nothing more than a quip, it seems to be holding true.

4. Trump supporters were all lied to.

In just the two weeks since Trump’s election, he’s managed to backtrack on a number of his signature issues.

Those calls to “lock her up” his supporters chanted will go unanswered. Trump isn’t prosecuting Clinton. He won’t be repealing and replacing Obamacare. Instead, he intends to work to fix it. That big beautiful wall isn’t going to be a big beautiful wall after all. It turns out that Trump is fine with having it be a fence. There’s already a fence on a majority of the border and we’ve been building more for years.

Another point is that Trump won’t be ending the “war on coal.” While the coal miners were promised their jobs would be coming back, Trump lied to them. Coal is just too expensive for an energy source. It’s the free market that killed coal, so unless Trump intends to prop up the industry, it’s never going to happen. Trump has also said he only intends to deport the “criminal illegals.” The rest of the undocumented Americans will probably be safe if his latest statements are any indication. Trump isn’t pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Treaty as he promised. Advisors close to Trump say he might “renegotiate” some things, but the U.S. isn’t the only country in the deal. If he wanted to renegotiate, he’d have to bring all of the stakeholders to the table again. It took many many years to make it happen, to begin with.

Trump’s also pulled back on waterboarding, admitting it might not be a good idea and he might listen to his generals on it instead. He might not be pulling out of the Paris Climate Treaty after all. Trump told the New York Times that he’s keeping an open mind about the treaty and he’s not sure if he’ll keep it or not.

5. Trump caved on his feud with the New York Times.

Remember when The New York Times was the enemy? After spending a majority of the campaign attacking them for being inaccurate and losing subscriptions, Trump sat down with them and settled the feud. It turns out that they’re so important that the President-Elect had to do a walk of shame to their office for the interview.

6. Russia pretty much admitted it hacked the Democrats and Donald Trump Jr. had meetings with them in October.

Since Trump’s election, the Russian government admitted that it was communicating with the Trump campaign in the lead up to the election. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov acknowledged that “there were contacts” with the Trump campaign and that embassy staff met with the campaign.
Sergei Markov, a pro-Kremlin political analyst, was a little more coy. He was excited about Trump’s victory and admitted only “maybe we helped a bit with WikiLeaks.”

Last month, the United States government officially accused Russia of hacking of the Democratic National Committee. Prior to the election, many speculated if it was true. However, recently the chief of the NSA confirmed it and called for a Congressional investigation.

7.  Trump has 74 pending lawsuits after settling Trump University for $25 million.

One of the laws that the United States adopted from our English founders was that you can’t sue the king for the laws he or she passes. That doesn’t matter when it comes to things that happen outside of legislation, however. It also doesn’t apply to things the president may or may not have done prior to the presidency.

No president in history has faced quite the brutal onslaught of litigation that Trump does. From accusations of fraud to wrongful termination, sexual harassment on Trump properties and more, Trump may become the only president in history to spend this much time in a courtroom.

With the election of Donald Trump . . .

For the past few days, Trump has been announcing his Cabinet choices.

This nation is headed into a very dark tunnel at the end of which there is no light.

This is so stupid it makes my head hurt.

Last week, televangelist Jim Bakker reacted to the presidential election results by prophesying that God will punish people who live in counties that voted for Hillary Clinton.

Bakker pointed to a map that showed the results of the election by county and said that “if you live in the blue—any spot that’s blue—I would say, ‘Oh God, help me. Oh God forgive me.’ Because those are the ones who came against the will of God in this election.”

“I just want to tell you, God has spoken to me, I’ve seen under the ground in California, in LA, and God spoke to me that in Los Angeles alone there is going to be such an earthquake come that literally the big buildings will be laying on their sides, all of LA is going to collapse,” he added.

Bakker’s cohost Zach Drew agreed, warning that counties that voted for Clinton will receive God’s judgment:

 “If you look at California, the east side of California is red by county and the west side is blue. And where do all of the fault lines, where do all the prophetic words happen to plant themselves? It’s on the far-west of the West Coast. It’s the blue. Now you got to understand, judgment is not coming for them because they voted for Hillary Clinton, it’s because they voted for a platform. They voted for a platform that is so incredibly pro-abortion, anti-Bible.”

Meanwhile, up in the 49th state, disappointment . . .

Last night Kellyanne Conway told Megyn Kelly of Fox News

Sarah Palin’s isn’t in the running for a cabinet job in the Trump administration — at least as far as the senior adviser to his transition team is aware.

“I know that they’re close and that she’s been a great, loyal friend and adviser to him throughout the campaign, but I haven’t seen her as part of the cabinet mix.”

It must be a sad day for Sarah Palin, realizing that she endorsed Trump, disavowed Ted Cruz, and now that Trump has won, she's not even on Trump's radar.

 Oh, well.  Maybe one or more of her daughters will get knocked up and Sarah can console herself by being the grandmother of yet another bastard child.

And you Trump voters wonder why we Democrats think you people are stupid.

Because you are.

Tom Bonier, CEO of the polling firm Targetsmart, pointed out on Monday that “almost 20,000,000 Trump voters would lose time and a half overtime” under a Republican plan to reverse regulations put in place by President Barack Obama. 

Of course, you'll still have your guns.

He hasn't even been inaugurated and already the Trump Crime Family is running amok

Let's review the stories of the last two days.
  • Trump's DC hotel is soliciting foreign diplomatic delegations to switch their business to the incoming President's new hotel. 
  • On Tuesday Trump took a break from transition work to meet with his Indian business partners about expanding the Trump Organization's business in India now that he's president. Trump included his adult children in the meeting - the ones who will run his 'blind trust'. 
  • The news didn't reach the American press until it was reporting in an Indian paper. 
  • Now we learn that Trump's Philippines business partner Jose E. B. Antonio has been named the Philippines new trade envoy to the United States.

Horn Harbor Seafood Restaurant is AWFUL

We live in Northumberland County, VA -- moved here in 2007.  We have dined at Horn Harbor Seafood Restaurant six times.  The first time, I swore we would never return, however, for some reason, my wife wants to go to Horn Harbor.

We dined there on Friday, Nov 16, and it was such an awful experience now even she will not return.

What's wrong?

1.  Overpriced.  When I drop close to $100 in a restaurant, I expect the food to be edible.  It's not
2.  Everything is frozen.  I had flounder.  It was tasteless and had the consistency of mush.  French fries were dry, like eating straw.  Her rockfish was the same . . . mushy, hardly recognizable as fish.  I had the crab cakes once . . . tasted like sawdust.
3.  The place is loud, crowded, and dirty.
4.  Service is pitiful.  Our waitress was a heavy smoker and smelled like cigarette smoke . . . I almost gagged every time she came to the table.

In fact, looking back at the six times we have been to Horn Harbor, I have never had decent food.  For some reason my wife thought the place was great.  She told me after our experience last night that we will not go back.  Thank God.


Stupid is as stupid does

The dumbasses who inhabit Clay County, KY voted by a huge margin of 86-11 for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in last week’s presidential election.

It also turns out that:
About 60 percent of Clay County's 21,000 residents are covered by Medicaid, up from about a third before the expansion. The counties [sic] uninsured rate for non-elderly adults has fallen from 29 percent to 10 percent.
This means that a good portion of the residents of that county just voted to have their own medical coverage taken away from themselves, their families and their neighbors.

And I'm not the least bit sorry for these idjits.

Are you ready to register as a Muslim? I am.

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, who helped write tough immigration laws in Arizona and elsewhere, said in an interview that Trump's policy advisers had also discussed drafting a proposal for his consideration to reinstate a registry for immigrants from Muslim countries.

If the Trump administration institutes such a registry, I will register as a Muslim . . . I've never been to a Muslim country, wouldn't know the Koran from the telephone book, and I was a Baptist once upon a time.  However, if the Trumpsters start this shit, I'll register and dare the sonsabitches to stop me.

Prophecy come true . . .

It's amateur hour in Washington now that the Trump crowd is moving in

Trump is scheduled to meet with Japanese Prime Minister . . . but no one knows where, time, what to discuss . . . Trump has not been briefed on US-Japan issues . . . 
It's the Original Amateur Hour

One day before U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japanese officials said they had not finalized when or where in New York it would take place, who would be invited, or in some cases whom to call for answers.

Uncertainty over the talks shows the difficulties in turning Trump from a freewheeling businessman into a sitting president with a watertight schedule and a fully functioning administration by his inauguration on Jan. 20.

Japanese and U.S. officials said on Wednesday the State Department had not been involved in planning the meeting, leaving the logistical and protocol details that normally would be settled far in advance still to be determined.

“There has been a lot of confusion,” said one Japanese official.

The meeting was only agreed to last week and Trump and his advisers have been busy in meetings at his headquarters in Manhattan’s Trump Tower in recent days to work out who gets which job in the new administration.

State Department spokesman John Kirby said that to his knowledge, Trump’s transition team had not been in contact with the department either to discuss the transition of government or to seek information ahead of his meetings with foreign leaders.

Several Trump aides did not immediately answer requests on Wednesday for comment about the Abe visit or contact between the transition team and the State Department.

On the ground floor of the State Department, more than a dozen empty conference rooms await Trump’s transition team. State Department officials said Trump’s team had not yet contacted the department’s counselor, Kristie Kenney, who is overseeing the transition there.

As of Wednesday morning, the Trump team also had not contacted the Pentagon about the transition, officials said.

Center for American Homeless Veterans: BEWARE

Over the past few days, I have received three phone calls from this number:  217-329-1332.  On Sunday afternoon, I finally answered only to be greeted by a man telling me he was calling on behalf of the "Association for Homeless and Disabled Veterans."

A little Google searching discovered that this "Association" is part of the "Center for American Homeless Veterans."  On their website is a link to their 2014 IRS Form 990.

First, a word about the 990.  Non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organizations are required to file a "tax return" with the IRS . . . this is the Form 990.  They are required to release their 990 to anyone who asks.  Most non-profits simply post their 990's online.

The Form 990 for the "Center for American Homeless Veterans" tells me all I need to know about these people.  For 2014:
  • Total Contributions and Grants:  $2,126,709
  • Total Fundraising Expenses:  $1,898,798
So -- they spent 89 PERCENT of their income on fundraising.

Oh, but wait . . . it gets worse.  Scroll down their 990 to page 17 where you find the identity of their fundraisers.  Turns out, they REALLY received $2,735,721 from fundraising and spent $2,451,908 on fundraising.  Thus, almost every penny they raised went into the pockets of their fundraisers.

This is how these people work.  On the 990 you see they paid their CEO, Major Brian Hampton, $99,103 plus $23,897 in 2014 . . . $123,000 salary per year.  Not bad.  HOWEVER -- you can be certain "Major Brian Hampton" owns or is part-owner of the organizations that are raising funds for the "Center for American Homeless Veterans."  And you can be assured he's raking in a BIG salary from the fundraisers.

My advice?  Stay away from this crowd.

RIP: "First District Freedom Coaltion"

The Old Redneck lives in one of the six counties that comprise Virginia's Northern Neck.  We are cursed to be controlled by republicans at the local, state, and national level.  We have been home to two active Tea Parties -- the 99th District and Montross Tea Parties.

Both 99th and Montross Tea Parties are on life support . . . 8 - 10 people attend their meetings and the meetings are nothing but same-old-same-old.  In July 2016, a new organization appeared, the First District Freedom Coalition, named for the First Congressional District which encompasses the Northern Neck.

The FDFC tried to have an inaugural meeting . . . they failed when their anti-Muslim guest speaker didn't show up.  Now the FDFC Facebook page has disappeared.  RIP, FDFC.  Good riddance.

Meanwhile, the 99th District Tea Party Facebook page has not been updated since April 2015 and their website has been defunct since early 2016.  The Montross Tea Party continues to update their Facebook and Twitter pages from time to time, however, they can attract only 9 members to their meetings.

Old, rightwing white people are fading fast.

President Obama meets with President-elect Drumpf . . . photos

KKK planning Trump victory parade in North Carolina -- Virginia conservatives chartering busses to attend

The Ku Klux Klan is so thrilled the man they endorsed for president was victorious, they are planning a victory parade in North Carolina! Details are sparse, the location hasn’t been announced, but the date is set—the Klan’s Trump victory parade is December 3, 2016. They are thrilled President Trump is going to help them unite the white race. From their website:

Greetings , I would like to take this opportunity to tell you a little about the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, and hopefully dispel some of the lies told about us by the liberal news media. Let me start by addressing the repeated falsehood that we are a "HATE GROUP". Let me assure you that nothing could be further from the truth. We do not hate any group of people! However, we do hate some things that certain groups are doing to our race and our nation. We hate drugs, homosexuality, abortion and race-mixing, because these things go against God's law and they are destroying all white nations. But rather than focus on hate, we try to focus on the love of our race. We Love for our Lord and Savior and our Country.

Our goal is to help restore America to a White Christian nation, founded on God's word. This does not mean that we want to see anything bad happen to the darker races ... we simply want to live separate from them ... As GOD intended. (Lev.20:24-25)
And there’s more:
It is a simple fact that whenever these races try to integrate themselves into White society, that society is damaged immensely ... perhaps even destroyed altogether. Everything that we do as Klan members is in furtherance of our ultimate goal. We are not evil; hateful people as our enemies would have you believe. We are common white people from all walks of life who have recognized the problems that our race is facing. We have chose to stand and fight for those things that we hold dear to our people. Won't you stand with us, while there is still time! It is the duty of all white Christian men and women to fight against the Communist who have stolen our Nation.

Most of our youth are on DRUGS or pregnant with a mongrel child. If our forefathers could see America today they would have our Government Leaders put to DEATH. For Treason against the American people. They are rolling in their graves as you read this now. We as a people can change this course in which America has taken. We need to come together as WHITE CHRISTIAN AMERICANS and spread the word to others. Grab the blind Liberals by their heads and shake them until they wake up. From their JEW TUBE naps and tell them to look around because the ship is sinking. And through the Ku Klux Klan we will wake America up to the evils which are in our Government. We will unite proud white Americans to our cause because we have the LORD on our side. And with CHRIST we can't lose.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has named the architect of the most racist law in modern America history to his transition team. Last year Kris Kobach was a featured speaker at a meeting of White Nationalists and this year he’s a key member of Donald Trump’s presidential transition team. President-elect Trump is already hard at work to make America great again already!

Virginia conservatives from the blogs The Bull Elephant and Bearing Drift, as well as from the 99th District and Montross Tea Parties are chartering a bus so their members can attend the march.

Dear America: Meet your new First Lady

And he-r-r-r-e-e-e-e she is . . . the First Lady of the USofA!!!!

Aren't you Trump supporters proud of yourselves?

I'd like to remind you Trumpsters of something:

The Second Amendment is intended to protect us from people like Trump.

God help us all

Donald Trump elected President of the United States.  Republicans maintain control of House and Senate.

God help us all.