Immigration Activists Tried To Destroy Trump With Sick Ad – He Just Made Them Regret It

A group known as Deport Racism recently scored some media attention with an offensive video aimed at exposing the ostensible racist elements of Donald Trump’s proposed immigration plan. Starring a number of young children, the ad features a profanity-laden script in which kids call Trump names including “racist d—k” and “motherf—er.”

One boy admonishes the candidate directly, saying: “If you don’t like our Constitution and what it stands for, get the f—k out of my country.”

An overwhelming majority of viewers joined several prominent voices who denounced the video as wholly inappropriate. “I think it is borderline child abuse,” Fox News contributor Geraldo Rivera said Friday. “It’s terrible, it’s counterproductive, it will rebound in a very negative way.”

In a recent interview with Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo, Trump addressed the controversial video, calling it “terrible” and declaring that it “totally backfired.”

He claims that the attention has in fact strengthened his campaign.

“People are actually going wild about it,” he said, “and saying ‘We’re going to support Trump now.’”

In addition to launching the obscene ad, Deport Racism has also promised to give $5,000 to any activist willing to audibly call Trump a racist during the live filming of this week’s episode of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, which the candidate is slated to host.

Would you let your children participate in a vulgar video against a politician you dislike? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Revealed: Shocking Detail About Faisal Mohammad’s Knife Attack The Media Aren’t Telling You

As is often the case in the aftermath of a violent attack, the narrative revolving around this week’s stabbing at a California university includes an apparent act of heroism. According to multiple reports, Byron Price, a 31-year-old contractor working near the University of California at Merced heard a commotion and responded to help the individuals being stabbed in a classroom.

Byron Price recalled opening the door to witness the violent encounter in progress, explaining his act caused the attacker to leave his other victims and lunge toward him. Price was stabbed multiple times and explained his thought process when he realized what was happening.

“It was a really big knife,” he said, “and he was swinging it down, so I figured if I was on the ground and my feet were at him, he could get my legs and not my body. And it turned out it worked.”

Price’s father, John, said he is not surprised his son rushed to help others, explaining that he has “always been one of those guys that defends the weak and helps, you know.”

As the attacker, who has been identified by police as 18-year-old UC Merced student Faisal Mohammad, left the scene, Price said he saw him stab another victim in the chest. Authorities on the scene subsequently shot and killed Mohammad.

One aspect of the attacker’s behavior was particularly jarring, Price recalled.

“He had a smile on his face,” the victim said. “He was having fun.”

As for his injury, Price said the gash in his side required nine staples to close.

“It’s hot,” he said of the wound. “It’s really warm. It didn’t hurt [initially] because there was so much going on. It didn’t hurt for a while; but as soon as I stood up, I knew I had a laceration.”

h/t: KGPE

Hillary Thought She Had A Leg Up On The Competition, Then Reality Smacked Her In The Face

Compounding the toll her email scandal has already taken on her once-presumptive Democrat presidential primary bid are reports that Hillary Clinton is struggling to shore up the support of women – particularly young adults – on a large scale.

“We’re not necessarily going to vote for someone just because they’re a woman,” one female college student said of other women in her generation. “A lot of us are just trying to look at the candidate.”

She is not alone, The Hill’s Amie Parnes reported, citing one political strategist who acknowledged Clinton’s perceived shortcomings despite personally supporting her as the party’s nominee.

“To them it seems obvious and indisputable that if Clinton doesn’t win,” the source said, “some other woman will – and soon.”

Clinton herself, the strategist surmised, strikes many young women as “too old, too moderate and too caught up in another time.”

A Clinton aide quoted by The Hill repeated the campaign line that the former secretary of state has a message – including issues including abortion and wage equality – that resonates with young women.

“We will continue working to make sure her policies and priorities are reaching young women and that they know Hillary is fighting for them.”

Will Iowa Put Walker On Path To Presidency?

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“Energetic” is the only word to describe Governor Scott Walker as he paced the stage in Iowa during his speech at Rep. Steve King’s Iowa Freedom Summit.

And though he was one of many speakers at the confab, he certainly gained the most politically – having received numerous standing ovations from the 1,200 assembled activists.

Governor Scott Walker isn’t the first name that rolls off your tongue when you talk about the 2016 U.S. presidential race, but he’s looking to change that completely…

Underdog Marks His Territory…

While bigger names such as Governor Jeb Bush and Governor Mitt Romney occupy the first tier of candidates, Walker hopes to change those dynamics in the Iowa caucuses.

Walker believes he (almost) has a hometown advantage. While he may be the Governor of Wisconsin, he did spend his early years in Iowa. His father, a preacher by trade, moved the family to Wisconsin to take a leadership position at a church when Walker was in the third grade.

Being Governor of a nearby state provides him with several advantages as he tries to knock off the favorites. He doesn’t have to travel far, and he can spend evenings in Iowa after working his day job as Governor of Wisconsin.

Make no mistake: Walker’s speech was targeted to the audience. It was intended to make the assembled Iowa activists feel they have an ally. Walker told the pro-lifers in the audience he wanted to defund Planned Parenthood.

He told economic and business activists about his desire for tax cuts: “There’s a reason we take a day off to celebrate the 4th of July and not the 15th of April… because in America, we value our independence from the government, not our dependence on it.”

Pushing his agenda even more, Walker gave reform-minded activists details about his battle with government worker unions in Wisconsin. You see, Walker is a hero to many because of his battles with these unions in Wisconsin. He made the most of the conflict in his speech, thanking the crowd for praying for him when the death threats came as a result of his courageous stand.

He also talked about the need for voter ID laws, a constant favorite of voters worried about voter fraud and ballot integrity.

To put it mildly, he knew just the bait to use to reel these activists in.

A Young, Spry Contender

Walker’s energy is likely the result of his youthfulness. After all, he is more than a decade younger than the GOP’s front-running competitors. Walker is only 47… while Jeb Bush is 61… and Mitt Romney is 67.

Some pundits have in the past called Walker boring and lacking charisma. But at the Iowa Freedom Summit, he nearly yelled as his passion bubbled forth. He made it crystal clear that he’s the candidate of smaller government.

Sure, the entire weekend was a festival of presidential contenders… Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey, Donald Trump… former Governors Sarah Palin, Rick Perry, and Mike Huckabee… Senator Ted Cruz, former Senator Rick Santorum, and Neurosurgeon Ben Carson… you name it.

But as the Iowa caucuses approach a year from now, Governor Scott Walker made it well-known: He is determined to be a contender. And just to seal the deal, he promised to visit Iowa many times in the next 12 months.

Iowa, meet your newest ally.

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SOTU Speech: Obama’s Finest Trickery

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On Tuesday, Barack Obama gave the most disgraceful State of the Union speech in history.

You could cut the air in the chamber as he attempted to call for civility in politics… which was quickly followed by him heckling the Republican Congress to their faces.

Obama’s “greatest” proposal is what some Republicans have called his “Robin Hood” package.

With tax revenue and spending at all-time highs, he still wants the government to get a bigger share of the nation’s revenue.

But remember, Robin Hood was a hero. And Obama isn’t fooling anyone…

The Tales of Robin the Hoodwinker…

Obama’s tax reform proposals wouldn’t be revenue neutral. Instead, he looks to increase taxes by $320 billion, aiming to fund a raft of new social programs. “Free” community college tuition is high on Obama’s “do-good” list.

But also taking precedence on the list are tax increases targeted at stock traders and investors. Obama wants to raise the capital gains tax rate from $0.20 to $0.28. He even had the audacity to say President Ronald Reagan accepted this high rate in the 1980s – forgetting to let his audience know Reagan wanted them lower.

On top of the new levy of capital gains, he wants to increase fees on America’s largest banks. These fees, like most corporate taxes, would flow on and be paid by the customers. (Read: average Americans struggling to make ends meet.)

Putting the nail in our economy’s coffin, Obama wants to raise estate taxes. This would hit small business and farmers hard.

Essentially, Obama’s hit list has been dubbed the “Robin Hood” tax package by Republicans. But this is the wrong rhetoric. You see, Robin Hood helped the poor against an overtaxing tyrannical state. Robin Hood fought the officials of the government.

Instead, Obama’s plan is more reminiscent of the Sheriff of Nottingham who abused the poor to fill the coffers of the greedy king.

More Tricks and Mind Games

Apparently, the idiots running the GOP communications operation don’t really understand how big government is strangling America.

Small businesses, the engine of a growing economy, are at an all-time low… and by the look of things, not many new ones are being created, either. After all, innovation and small business are what create jobs.

Plain and simple, the small guy gets hosed as Obama tells him everything that he’s doing is for him.

And while the Obama economy has favored the wealthy Obama donors who fill his campaign coffers, the number of billionaires is rapidly growing under his regime. You see, Obama’s stifling regulation kills competition against the big guys already in business. Therefore, the rich keep getting richer.

Sure, the president uses “class warfare” rhetoric; but it’s all a part of government doublespeak. It’s nothing but more Obama schemes and mind games…

Regardless of party lines, money talks. So when you hear that Obama’s plans are being called “dead on arrival,” don’t believe it. John Boehner and the Republicans could adopt many of Obama’s proposals in advance of the 2016 elections.

After all, they want to be liked, too… and keep in mind, Robin Hood was the protagonist of the story.


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