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  1. 14 hours ago, Meathead said:

    ok, lets clear some things up

    Lit did post under a username on BZ for a very short time until their admin, "Dude", found out it was him. then he put that fake "cannot connect" tool on his account, effectively banning him. Dude lied in open forum and said there was nothing wrong with the account. he then used me to get Ryan to go back over there and try again. he was making little jokes about it that i didnt recognize until after i realized what he had done. that made me furious, to draw me into his little childish game, and as a rube to get him to go over there and try again so he could watch as Ryan tried and failed to sign-in so he could get his sick skeevy jollies out of it. after that, dude used his powers to try to find out who Lit was, what his name, and publish everything in open forum. he never tells you anything about himself, but of course he had no moral problem with publishing private info about Lit. thats how i found out his name was Ryan. think old bad Lit with a much better sense of humor (to win people over), but doing more skeevy stuff behind the scenes, and abusing selective posters like old bad Lit used to do. thats Dude, who hasnt grown and progressed AT ALL like Ryan has

    i cant fault Dude completely for not wanting old Ryan there because we all know old Lit liked to fuck with peoples stuff and get into places he shouldnt. but as far as i can tell, thats not today. doesnt matter, Dude will forever smear both Lit and me because thats what slimy dicks do

    Dude is a skeevy lying abusive asshole - with a good sense of humor. hes the worst kind of admin, a sneaky mole that has no conscience. they coddle him bc its so hard to get a competent admin. plus he fools people with that good sense of humor that hes a 'good guy', when really hes a skeevy troll that pulls shit behind the scenes, as well in open forum bullying. i would be shocked if he DIDNT use Lits username to flame him over there. im sure youve seen what he did to my old account. i wouldnt even have noticed bc i never even go there, i dont even have a link for there on my computer, but i wanted something from a PM shiva sent me way back, thats when i saw he turned my account into an insult parody like a twelve year old

    i tried for years to gently educate them and they mob attacked me mercilessly and called me racist over and over again. after a long time i finally got pissed and started telling them to fuck off. then when dude moved a thread i started to spam that warned that their constant accusations of racism were going to get Donald elected, i called him a dick for moving it and thats when he put that fake 'cannot connect' tool on my account, effectively banning me. about a year later an admin over there texted me years ago saying he removed the fake connect tool so i could post again, but im never going back there for any reason. they dont deserve my content. they are the epicenter of dysfunctional liberal mind hive, theres no reasoning with them, its a waste of time - and infuriating

    i dont even have to see it to know that Dude is fucking with Lits account. thats the kind of low character, childish, mean, vindictive, asshole he is. dick is gonna dick

    Are you saying Lit is not a lying asshole?

    Are you saying Lit didn't harass/stalk Blondie?

    Are you saying Lit didn't abuse his admin power and read peoples private messages?

    Are you saying LIt didn't' harass/stalk Coastal?

    Are you saying Lit didn't hack my account and threat me to fights?

    It seems like you are covering for your friend Ryan.

  2. 1 hour ago, HipKat said:

    This is great. On the day that a security report was put together to give to the president to inform him that Russia was paying a bounty on dead American soldiers in Afghanistan, not only did he not read the briefing like he never reads his briefings, he was meeting with diamond & silk.

    Why would Trump bother to read the daily Presidential briefing like every other President before him? 

    And meeting with Diamond and Silk shows how incompetent Trump is as a President. 

    Why not meet up with David Icke and Alex Jones?

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  3. 8 minutes ago, jc856 said:

    NO. I only see a problem a COP killing a MAN. If you think it’s because the cop was WHITE, and the suspect was BLACK, that’s your problem.

    the only thing I stand with you on this is cops need better training.

    Why aren't more white suspects killed by cops chocking them and not allowing them to breathe?

  4. 4 minutes ago, jc856 said:

    I think we know EXACTLY what you think jungle. The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is SUPER racist and absolutely filled to the brim with KKK members and white supremacy, and IF it should happen that BLM takes things a little too far, we’ll, you can see why they get so worked up, right?

    i personally say to you, go fuck yourself.


    So you don't see a problem with 2 different white cops killing black suspects by chocking them and not allowing them to breath?






    A rally in Stone Mountain, Georgia, in April 2016John Bazemore/AP

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    With his many appeals to nativism, bigotry, and bitter discontent, Donald Trump has enthralled far-right extremists with his campaign for president. According to an investigation by Mother Jones and the Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute, since Trump officially announced his bid in June 2015 he has drawn effusive praise and formal backing from some of the country’s most virulent neo-Nazis, white supremacists, militia supporters, and other extremist leaders. They include the head of the American Nazi Party, three former Ku Klux Klansmen, four people involved in a recent armed standoff against federal authorities at an Oregon wildlife refuge, and at least 15 individuals affiliated with organizations described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as hate groups.

    Trump has disavowed none of them.

    “We have a wonderful OPPORTUNITY here folks, that may never come again,” wrote Rocky J. Suhayda, the head of the American Nazi Party, last fall. “Donald Trump’s campaign statements, if nothing else, have SHOWN that ‘our views’ are NOT so ‘unpopular’ as the Political Correctness crowd have told everyone they are!”

    “The biggest story in the filthy kike media has been a few lines from Melania’s speech which these Jews claim she stole from monkey Michelle,” wrote one Trump endorser during the Republican National Convention.

    During the Republican National Convention in July, Trump endorser Andrew Anglin, who runs a neo-Nazi website called the Daily Stormer, wrote: “The biggest story in the filthy kike media has been a few lines from Melania’s speech which these Jews claim she stole from monkey Michelle.”

    Responding to questions about his views by email, Anglin echoed Trump’s statements about the 2016 election being “rigged,” warning: “If he loses, it is by fraud, and all of these people who are currently supporting him are going to be radicalized.” Trump, he said, “will order a putsch.”

    Others among Trump’s extremist endorsers have advocated a violent overthrow of the US government, expressed hatred for blacks, Latinos, Muslims, and Jews, and threatened to “level and demolish every mosque across this country.”

    Last February, praise for Trump from former Klansman David Duke attracted widespread media attention, eventually spurring Trump to distance himself from the Louisiana political figure. But Trump has not rejected endorsements from any of these other extremists—none of whom have before openly backed a major party nominee for the White House.

    Hillary Clinton has accused Trump of “taking hate groups mainstream.” In August, Trump declared at a campaign rally, “We will steadfastly reject bigotry and hatred and oppression in all of its ugly forms.”

    The Trump campaign, however, did not respond to multiple detailed requests for comment about the following list of nearly two dozen extremist endorsers.


    Rocky J. Suhayda

    Chair of the American Nazi Party

    Endorsement: “We have a wonderful OPPORTUNITY here folks, that may never come again, at the RIGHT time,” Suhayda wrote to Nazi party members in September 2015. “Donald Trump’s campaign statements, if nothing else, have SHOWN that ‘our views’ are NOT so ‘unpopular’ as the Political Correctness crowd have told everyone they are!”

    In his own words: “In 1952 when I was born, America was a 92% White/European nation—the system controlled media now gloats that there are presently MORE non-White children being born here than White! That in possibly TEN YEARS—White people will be a MINORITY in their own land, due to birthrates and ILLEGAL immigration!” Suhayda wrote in 2015.   


    Andrew Anglin

    Publisher of the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer  

    Endorsement: “Trump is willing to say what most Americans think: it’s time to deport these people,” Anglin said in a June 2015 endorsement. “He is also willing to call them out as criminal rapists, murderers and drug dealers.”

    In his own words: During the Republican Convention in July, Anglin wrote, “The biggest story in the filthy kike media has been a few lines from Melania’s speech which these Jews claim she stole from monkey Michelle. It is absolutely sickening the way these Christ-killing monsters go after this woman, demonstrating their hatred for the beauty of the Aryan woman.”

    “Only Trump can turn back the brown tide, and thinking Whites know this,” wrote a neo-Nazi supporter in February. “Is Trump the ideal man? Nope, but he’ll do until the ideal man gets here.”

    Alex Linder/Vanguard News Network

    Founder of the website Vanguard News Network, and a former member of the National Alliance, a neo-Nazi group

    Endorsement: “Only Trump can turn back the brown tide, and thinking Whites know this,” stated a VNN post in February 2016. “Is Trump the ideal man? Nope, but he’ll do until the ideal man gets here.” VNN has also described Trump as “the Last Hope for Whites Before America Turns Brown and Non-Western.”


    In his own words: “‘African-American’ is pretty for ‘jungle savage,'” Alex Linder wrote in 2005 in The Aryan Alternative. “We normal whites move away from these jungle creatures whenever we can. But the murderous hands of government, guided by Big Jew, again and again and again push us back in with the savages.” 


    Ku Klux Klan-affiliated

    Don Black

    Former KKK grand dragon and founder of the white supremacist website Stormfront

    Endorsement: In an October 2015 interview with New York, Black said Trump “resonates with many of our people, of course, and with white, middle America, which has been seething for many years now about the immigration issue. It’s been ready to boil over for a long time.”

    In his own words: “Hitler, of course, has been demonized because he lost,” Black told Business Insider.

    “I will always hate the Jew. This government is run by an evil group of people, and, please, vote for Trump!”

    August Kreis III

    Former KKK member and former Aryan Nations Minister of Information and Propaganda

    Endorsement: Kreis praised Trump publicly in the courtroom during his November 2015 trial for sexual misconduct with a child: “I will always hate the Jew. This government is run by an evil group of people, and, please, vote for Trump!” (He was convicted and sentenced to 50 years.)


    In his own words: “ALL that dance to the tune of the jew [sic] should and will be exterminated with the jew!” Kreis once wrote on the Aryan Nations website.  

    Rachel Pendergraft

    National organizer for the KKK-affiliated Knights Party

    Endorsement: In a December 2015 Washington Post interview, Pendergraft said for the first time that Knights Party members were behind Trump: “They like the overall momentum of his rallies and his campaign…They like that he’s not willing to back down. He says what he believes and he stands on that.”

    In her own words: “White people are realizing they are becoming strangers in their own country and they do not have a major political voice speaking for them,” Pendergraft wrote in an email responding to questions for this article. “Trump is one example of the alternative-right candidate Knights Party members and supporters have been looking for.”


    David Riden

    Constitutionalist and militia sympathizer

    Endorsement: In April, Riden, who told Mother Jones he has ties to a Tennessee militia, was elected as a Trump delegate.



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    In his own words: Riden took part in a “Continental Congress” in 2009 that called for abolishing all federal firearms laws and replacing the Department of Homeland Security with citizen militias. He told Mother Jones that government officials who violate the Constitution should be, “the polite word is, eliminated. The harsh word is killed. And they’re killed by American citizens with weapons.” (In a follow-up interview, Riden walked back these comments; he said he was describing the vision of the Founding Fathers and that he does not advocate violence against current US officials.)

    Jon Ritzheimer

    Anti-Islam activist, awaiting sentencing on a federal felony charge related to involvement in the Oregon occupation   

    Endorsement: Last December, Ritzheimer showed up with a bullhorn at a Trump rally in Arizona, where he expressed strong support for the candidate’s proposal “to stop Islamic immigration for a while.” He also referred to anti-Trump protesters as “Muslims” and thanked them “for not blowing us up.”

    In his own words: Ritzheimer said in an online video (since removed), “Just know that we three percent, we militiamen, are standing at the ready across our nation. And when you strike, we will strike back. We will level and demolish every mosque across this country.”

    “Our people just needed a viable candidate, and they’ve identified Trump as that man.”

    Gerald DeLemus

    Chief of security for Cliven Bundy at the Bundy Ranch standoff; pleaded guilty to two related federal charges

    Endorsement: DeLemus was named co-chair of Veterans for Trump in New Hampshire in July 2015. Before his arrest, DeLemus told Reuters he intended to debrief Trump about the Oregon standoff: “I think it’ll really arouse him.”

    In his own words: In 2013, DeLemus posted in an online forum, “If we do not stand against this insanity we can be sure we will fully slip into tyranny. We are in a similar position our Founding Fathers found themselves in, and their decision to stand was equally difficult.”

    Blaine Cooper

    Participant in Oregon standoff; pleaded guilty to multiple federal charges related to the standoffs in Oregon and Nevada


    Endorsement: “At least Donald Trump is offering a solution,” he wrote on Facebook in June. “I know who gets my vote.”

    In his own words: Earlier this year, Cooper posted a video of himself on Facebook in which he said, “I’m serving [the country] the way that it should be served. Defending the Constitution from all enemies both foreign and domestic. And the [Bureau of Land Management] is definitely a domestic enemy of the Constitution of the United States.”

    Michele Fiore

    Former Nevada legislator, an advocate for the occupiers in the standoffs in Nevada and Oregon

    Endorsement: “If Trump becomes our nominee I will be his biggest fighter,” she wrote on her website in May.

    In her own words: Following the Paris terrorist attacks, Fiore stated on her weekend radio show, “I am not okay with Syrian refugees. I am not okay with terrorists. I’m okay with putting them down—blacking them out. Just put a piece of brass in their ocular cavity and end their miserable life.” (Fiore later clarified that she was referring only to terrorists, not refugees, when she advocated shooting them.)


    White nationalism

    Peter Brimelow

    Founder of the white nationalist website VDARE.com

    Endorsement: “They are stunning!” Brimelow said of Trump’s immigration policies in an August 2015 podcast. “This is the most explicit any presidential candidate has ever been.”

    In his own words: “If [a new political party] did become an explicitly white nationalist party it seems to me that would be a perfectly legitimate response to the immigration-driven ethnic shift and the rise of ethno-centric politics on the part of the minorities,” Brimelow wrote on VDARE.com.  

    “Can you imagine a world in which White Nationalists have come out of the closet, the charge of ‘racism’ elicits only a ‘meh’ and shrugged shoulders, and we have begun to openly organize?”

    James Edwards

    White nationalist host of the Political Cesspool radio program

    Endorsement: “Our people just needed a viable candidate and they’ve identified Trump as that man,” Edwards said on Political Cesspool in March. “There is no doubt that Trump’s populism and nationalism is galvanizing our nation and may change the course of American history for the better right before our very eyes.” 

    In his own words: “The ingredient in Trump’s historic rise that makes it so delicious is that it’s nuclear powered,” he wrote after a Trump rally. “It is unstoppable. It is impervious to foot-shuffling, complaints, whining, hysterical cries of ‘racism’ and so-called ‘white supremacism.’ Trump supporters don’t care and there is something undeniably infectious about Trump’s masculine attitude.” Edwards has also called Trump’s campaign “implicitly white.”

    Brad Griffin (pen name Hunter Wallace)

    Founder of the white nationalist website Occidental Dissent

    Endorsement: “The signal has gone out to join the Trump campaign and to openly organize in the mainstream under the banner of the Republican frontrunner to take down the hated cuckservative establishment.” 

    In his own words: “Our message is more visible than ever before,” Griffin wrote on his website. “It’s also all due to Trump’s presidential run…Can you imagine a world in which White Nationalists have come out of the closet, the charge of ‘racism’ elicits only a ‘meh’ and shrugged shoulders, and we have begun to openly organize?”

    Matthew Heimbach

    Leader of the white nationalist Traditionalist Worker Party, and training director of the neo-Confederate group League of the South   

    Endorsement: “The fires of nationalism, the fires of identity, the fires of anger against the corrupt establishment are arising all around Europe, all around America, all around the entire world,” Heimbach said in a May 2016 Radio Aryan podcast. “So we just need to strap in, because the future is gonna definitely be interesting, and I believe we could have a switch in our direction even more…Hail, Emperor Trump! And hail, victory!”

    In his own words: “The ‘freedom’ for other races to move freely into white nations is nonexistent,” he said in 2013. “Stay in your own nations, we don’t want you here.”

    “The future is gonna definitely be interesting, and I believe we could have a switch in our direction even more…Hail, Emperor Trump!”

    Gregory Hood

    Book author and blogger for the white nationalist websites Radix Journal and American Renaissance

    Endorsement: “The survival of the current political, economic, and cultural system is a death sentence for the European-American population,” Hood wrote in July 2015 Radix post. “Trump creates an opening to disrupt that system.”  

    In his own words: “I began to understand that not everyone is just a white person, some of them with deeper tans,” Hood wrote in a 2015 blog post. “They really aren’t like us—and absent a white majority, the cultural norms and institutions Americans take for granted simply will not exist.”

    William Johnson

    Leader of the white nationalist American Freedom Party, and a former Trump delegate

    Endorsement: Johnson endorsed Trump in a February 2016 robocall, saying, “The white race is dying out in America and Europe because we are afraid to be called ‘racist’…Donald Trump is not racist, but Donald Trump is not afraid. Don’t vote for a Cuban. Vote for Donald Trump.”  

    In his own words: “We wanted to push the Trump presidency, but we also wanted to bring attention to the nation and to the Trump campaign that there are those of us who are proud of our heritage, proud to be white, and want to maintain and preserve that heritage,” Johnson said on Political Cesspool.

    “This may be the last chance for Whites to elect a president who represents their interests.”

    Kevin MacDonald

    Editor of the white nationalist website the Occidental Observer

    Endorsement: “This may be the last chance for Whites to elect a president who represents their interests,” MacDonald wrote in a December 2015 post.
    In his own words: “Jewish power has been so deeply antithetical to the interests of Whites in America and elsewhere,” he wrote on his site in 2012.

    Ilana Mercer

    Author of The Trump Revolution, and a contributor to VDare.com

    Endorsement: Trump is “a political Samson that threatens to bring the den of iniquity crashing down on its patrons,” Mercer wrote in her book, published in June 2016. 

    In her own words: Mercer also wrote in her book that Trump is “a man who won’t grovel to the Powers That Be and who has refused to submit to the precepts of Cultural Marxism, namely the tyranny that sees speech policed for impropriety and individuals stigmatized and isolated for thinking and speaking in a manner disallowed by the politically correct police.”

    “The GOP is becoming the de facto White party. Nothing wrong with that.”

    Paul Ray Ramsey, a.k.a. RamzPaul

    White nationalist video blogger

    Endorsement: He endorsed Trump in a July 2016 video titled “Trump’s Acceptance Speech—the Lion.”  “The Donald—God bless him,” he said in an earlier, December 2015, video. “I’m like a teenager with a crush.”

    In his own words: “The GOP is becoming the de facto White party,” he tweeted in July. “Nothing wrong with that.”

    Richard B. Spencer

    President of the white nationalist National Policy Institute, and editor of Radix Journal

    Endorsement: “Trump says things, says these in a way—mundane things—with such gusto, with such visceral energy and toughness,” Spencer said in a 2015 podcast.

    In his own words: “Martin Luther King Jr., a fraud and degenerate in his life, has become the symbol and cynosure of White Dispossession and the deconstruction of Occidental civilization,” he wrote in Radix Journal. “We must overcome!”

    “We don’t need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people who will assimilate to our culture.”

    Jared Taylor

    Founder of the white nationalist American Renaissance website

    Endorsement: “I urge you to vote for Donald Trump because he is the one candidate who points out that we should accept immigrants who are good for America,” Taylor said in a January 2016 robocall. “We don’t need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people who will assimilate to our culture.”

    In his own words: “We do the country no favors by insisting that blacks are just as smart and hard-working as whites but are held back only by wicked whites,” he said in a 2010 interview in Taki’s Magazine. “That only encourages blacks to hate whites, and many don’t need encouragement.”



  6. mark-peterson-charlottesville-photos-01.National Socialist Movement members give the Nazi salute on a hill in Henry Horton Park in Chapel Hill, Tenn., on Oct. 28, 2017.



    White nationalist and former KKK grand wizard, David Duke at the Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., on Aug. 12, 2017.




    A man with a 'Proud Boys' tattoo attends the '2nd amendment Come and Take It' rally outside the NRA Convention in Dallas on May 5, 2018.




    Under Trump, the question has become how many Americans sympathize in private with the messages a few hundred carry into the streets. An ABC News poll after Charlottesville found 9 percent of Americans, or 22 million people, found it “acceptable” to hold neo-Nazis views. A like number said they support the “alt-right,” as supremacists call their effort to mainstream their agenda.





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    Donald Trump Refuses to Condemn KKK, Disavow David Duke Endorsement
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    Donald Trump on Sunday refused to condemn the Ku Klux Klan or disavow his recent endorsement by former Klansman David Duke.

    The Republican front runner said he didn’t know enough about Duke to publicly denounce the former KKK leader, who told his followers earlier this week that voting for anyone but Trump would be “treason to your heritage.”

    “Well, just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke, OK? I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists,” Trump said on CNN’s State of the Union. “I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists.”

    “I’m just talking about David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan here,” Tapper responded.

    The billionaire businessman told the political show’s host Jake Tapper that he’d first need to “do research” on groups in question before saying outright that he didn’t want their support at all. “Certainly I would disavow if I thought there was something wrong,” he said. “Honestly, I don’t know David Duke. I don’t believe I’ve ever met him. I’m pretty sure I didn’t meet him, and I just don’t know anything about him.”

    However, Trump had spoken out about Duke, recognizing him as a Klansman, in 2000 when he decided to end his exploration of a run for president, according to the New York Times. “The Reform Party now includes a Klansman, Mr. Duke, a neo-Nazi, Mr. Buchanan, and a communist, Ms. Fulani,” Trump said at the time. “This is not company I wish to keep.”

    At least one of Trump’s rivals criticized him Sunday for not condemning the KKK. “Really sad. @realDonaldTrump you’re better than this,” Texas Sen. Ted Cruz wrote on Twitter. “We should all agree, racism is wrong, KKK is abhorrent.”



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    My dad, a war veteran and decorated police hero, used to divide men into men and “weasels.”

    When Trump buoyed the Ku Klux Klan and the neo-Nazis who had marched in Charlottesville with Tiki torches, Confederate flags, Nazi slogans, swastikas and banners reading “Jews will not replace us” — even as one of their leaders told a Vice News reporter how disgusting it was that Trump’s “beautiful” blond daughter was married to a Jewish man — the president made it clear which category he is in.

    For all the things he thinks make him a tough guy — his macho posturing, his Twitter bullying, his swaggering and leering talk, his vulgar references to his anatomy — he’s no tough guy if he can’t stand up to the scum of the earth. He followed the roar of the crowd to dark, violent places, becoming ever more crazed and isolated and self-destructive, egged on by the egotist and erstwhile White House strategist Steve Bannon but really led by his own puerile and insatiable ego.


    Donald Trump has shown a fatal inability to listen to his better angels and stay on the side of the angels.

    Or, as my father would say, he’s a weasel.



  9. 1 minute ago, jc856 said:

    Yes it is. Are you not understanding what a stereotype is? 

    So you are saying there are zero Trump supporters that are in the KKK, Alt Right, and white nationalist?




    A Nazi flag on display next to a Trump campaign flag on Monday became the main attraction at the Bloomsburg Fair.

    Fair officials expelled the vendor on Monday, who in addition to selling a Nazi flag with a swastika in the center, was selling bumper stickers with hate-filled messages.

    Paul Reichart, Bloomsburg Fair president, said the vendor was asked to leave because the message from his booth was not consistent with the fair's family values.

    "We didn't like his products," he said. "We felt it was not family oriented and it's not the proper place to have those kinds of products."


    Pictures of the Nazi flag at the booth spread across social media over the weekend after one Facebook user posted a message and a photo about it.


    The Facebook post, written by Chloe Winters, a Pennsylvania resident who visited the fair, wrote:


    "I was absolutely shocked and appalled when I saw this Nazi flag hanging at the Bloomsburg Fair yesterday," Winters wrote on Facebook. "This flag represents the brutal and horrific genocide of innocent people. It stands for the hatred and destruction of a religion I feel blessed to be a part of. It's 2016 and the world is still full of SO MUCH hate. When is it going to end? I'm sad to say that I'll never go to the Bloomsburg Fair again, but it looks like I'm not wanted there anyway."





  10. 44 minutes ago, Nuke said:

    White guy. Jungle will be along to explain why he didn’t matter.

    You are so fucked up and making a lot of wrong assumptions about me. I have never justified the killing of people of any color or race. But feel free to make shit up for your narrative. 

    I was upset when a white woman by the name of Heather Heyer was killed during the Charlottesville protest by James Alex Fields by a white nationalist and Neo Nazi supporter at the  Neo Nazi protest organized by Alt Right Richard Spencer.

    Did Heather Heyer's life matter to you?

    If Steven Nelson Lopez is found guilty I want him prosecuted to the full extent of the law. It's a terrible tragedy that Tyler Gerth was killed.

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    5,489 New COVID-19 Cases: Texas Reports All-Time Daily High

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    Texas is reporting an all-time high in new COVID-19 cases, Gov. Greg Abbott says. Here, visitors to Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio pass through a thermal screening area Friday. The park opened at 50% capacity.

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    Update at 6:02 p.m. ET

    "Today, Texas will report an all-time high in the number of cases of people testing positive" for the coronavirus, Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, adding that for the first time, his state would surpass 5,000 new cases in a single day.

    Hours later, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported 5,489 new cases.

    Abbott initially revealed the daunting new record during an interview with TV station KBTX in which he urged people to take the deadly disease seriously, telling them to wear a mask in public, stay home when possible and take other precautions.

    "The hospitalization rate is at an all-time high," he said. "The coronavirus is serious. It's spreading in Brazos County, across the entire state of Texas."

    Texas is seeing a sharp rise in cases; it was just days ago that the state crossed the 4,000-case mark for the first time in its daily tally.

    New cases have hit the Houston area so hard that the Texas Children's Hospital is now admitting adult patients. The move comes despite the fact that Houston is home to the massive Texas Medical Center — deemed the largest medical center in the world.


    "Texas Children's is committed to providing additional capacity through ICU and acute care beds across our hospital campuses to take on both pediatric and adult patients," the hospital said in a statement to NPR.

    The adult patients include people have COVID-19 and other cases. Those diagnosed with the coronavirus are being cared for in an expanded special isolation unit, according to Texas Children's Hospital.

    Texas has steadily boosted its capacity to test for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, but experts said that's not enough to explain the flood of new cases.

    "Probably the greater factor that's pushing our numbers up is that the positivity rate is now gone from around 3% to around 9% — that's a threefold increase," said Dr. David Persse, public health authority for the Houston Health Department, according to Houston Public Media.

    Texas is facing "a steep terrifying rise" in COVID-19 hospitalizations and intensive care unit admissions at the Texas Medical Center, said Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, in a tweet about the current situation.

    "We now face a public health crisis," Hotez added.

    The dramatic new numbers do not represent a second wave in Texas, which was among the first states to start the reopening process. The state health department's graph of daily new cases shows a steady rise since the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold in March. The curve began to arc even higher earlier this month, continuing with Tuesday's spike.



  12. 32 minutes ago, Nuke said:

    Use New York State numbers. At one time New York had more cases then  any other COUNTRY. And all we heard about was how Cuomo was doing a great job. Funny how we use a double standard. 

    The Governor of Florida is a Republican by the name of Ron DeSantis, and the number of Covid 19 cases have spiked since the begining of June, maybe it wasn't the smarted plan to open up bars and strip clubs during a pandemic.

    The Governor of Texas is a Republican by the name of Greg Abbott, and the number of Covid 19 cases started spiking in early June.






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    “This is totally predictable”

    Many states opened up in early May, hoping the economy would recover while a winning battle against Covid-19 continued apace.

    Unfortunately, it’s now clear that in the areas where the virus has come roaring back, few gains against it were made in the last month.

    “We managed to disrupt our economy [and] skyrocket unemployment, and we didn’t control the damn virus,” said Jeff Shaman, an infectious disease modeler at Columbia University.

    “This is totally predictable, and there have been many warnings,” Sarah Cobey, an infectious disease modeler at the University of Chicago, said. “We’re seeing undeniable signals that prevalence is truly increasing in many states.”

    Simply put, reopenings have led to more infections because more people are coming into contact with each other while there’s still a lot of virus around. Mask use is inconsistent, and even when they’re worn properly, masks are not 100 percent effective at preventing transmission.


    In Arizona, nursing and long-term care facilities are still hotbeds of transmission. “In Arizona, one in three nursing homes has had a case of Covid-19,” Vox’s Umair Irfan previously reported.

    Most concerning, Cobey said, is the increased hospitalization rates in these states — a reminder that the virus can be very severe and deadly for some, and that deaths could also start climbing soon. “It’s a lagging signal, so what it’s really telling us is how transmission rates were changing closer to two weeks ago,” Cobey added. “This implies that unless behavior — the primary driver of transmission — has changed in the meantime, the situation will continue to worsen for another few weeks.”

    It’s too soon to know what impact the mass protests against police brutality will have on the pandemic. (Many protesters know the risks and have thoughtful reasons for participating anyway.) The spikes we’re seeing now result from actions and decisions that likely predate them.

    How bad might things get in Arizona and other states? We don’t know yet. It might not be a disaster. These states could avoid the worst-case scenario of hospitals being overwhelmed and keep the epidemic curve from spiking to uncontrolled levels. Still, more cases likely means more deaths — some of which could have potentially been avoided.

    Overall, though, the trends are not moving in a good direction, and we have yet to see the full Covid-19 consequences of reopening.



  14. 9 minutes ago, Nuke said:

    Yes, like Tyler Gerth supported BLM. How did that work out?

    I fail to see the similarities in white supremacists that support Trump and refuse to wear masks during a pandemic and a tragic death Tyler Gerth at a protest.

    I hope the suspect of the shooting Steven Nelson Lopez is prosecuted to the full extent of the law if found guilty.


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