Watch: Trump Just Roasted Hillary Over The Flames With 15 Devastating Seconds She Wishes Didn’t Exist

One presidential candidate’s latest campaign ad aims to prove that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s ongoing scandals are no laughing matter

The latest round of political hardball came in the form of a presidential campaign ad from Republican candidate Donald Trump. He is targeting Clinton, the Democratic front-runner.

“Hillary has been having a laugh at our expense for years,” the text reads as the Trump campaign video opens.

The video, posted Monday online, features Clinton laughing and chuckling as headlines of various controversies roll across the screen. Then, the video takes Clinton’s laughter during her testimony before the House Subcommittee on Benghazi in October and overlays it with images of the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi burning.

The video ends with the text “Don’t let the joke be on us!”

The ad refers to every scandal Clinton has been implicated in, as far back as the Whitewater real estate and banking scandal that dates back to the 1970s and 1980s. Clinton was never prosecuted for her role in that controversy, although several of her close friends and associates were convicted of various crimes.

Neither has Clinton been charged in any wrongdoing regarding the handling of her personal email server or her actions relating to terrorism that struck the Benghazi embassy and left four Americans dead. However, there are ongoing investigations, and congressional panels are looking into those instances.

This isn’t the first time Trump has hit hard at political opponents. He has posted videos over the past few months questioning the past of retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, who is polling second to Trump nationally. He also released a video critical of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush regarding his stance on illegal immigration, insinuating that the former governor is soft on the issue because he is married to a Hispanic woman.

Clinton’s campaign has not responded to Trump’s latest campaign ad.

H.S. Cheer Captain Says 1 Sentence About Immigration, Instantly Gets Kicked Off Team

A high school cheerleading captain lost her spot on the squad after she sent out a tweet about immigration.

Caley Godino, a student at Revere High School in Massachusetts, was required to watch the presidential debates as part of her homework for a civics class. Her teacher tweeted about the low voter turnout in the community’s mayoral election earlier this month.

The teenager replied to the tweet, “When only 10 percent of Revere votes for mayor cause the other 90 percent isn’t legal.” Caley told Fox25 that her tweet was not meant as a racial comment, and that she was merely following the lead of Donald Trump, whose views resonate with her.

According to, the 2010 census found Revere has a 27 percent immigrant population (double the 1990 figure), with the largest numbers coming from Asia, Europe and Latin America.

Other students complained about Caley’s tweet, and the school stepped in, kicking her off the cheerleading squad for the rest of the season.

Revere Superintendent Dianne Kelly says the school believes in freedom of speech, but insensitive language is unacceptable. “If you’re going to stand up and say something that other people will find offensive- than you need to be prepared to deal with the ramifications of that,” Kelly said.

Caley’s mother told Fox25 that she does not believe her daughter’s punishment was appropriate.

Kelly responded that Caley was disciplined for more than just the tweet, but due to student privacy law, she could not reveal additional information. “I would just say that, not everything you read is a full story of what’s happening,” she said.

The school is reportedly bringing together a group of teachers and students to create a curriculum about diversity and acceptance.

Do you think Caley’s punishment fit the “crime”? Please share your thoughts below. 

Nearly 6 In 10 Americans Say They Don’t Recognize Their Country Anymore

As many Americans mourn the perceived demise of their America, alienated, fearful and angry voters are turning to Donald Trump to reverse the changes they see around them.

A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that 58 percent of Americans no longer identify with what America has become under the Obama administration. The figure for Obama’s own party was 45 percent, while among Republicans, those no longer identifying with what they see around them is 72 percent.

The poll also found that 53 percent of all Americans feel like a “stranger in their own country.”

“They look around and wonder where it all went,” wrote commentator Steven H. Ahle. “Illegal aliens have money and benefits tossed at them, while our veterans live on the streets and wait a year to receive medical treatment when they need it.”

“Men who dress and act like women are given revered status, while a true American hero like Chris Kyle is reviled as a coward.  College has become the enemy of free speech,” Ahle wrote.

Which, analysts say, explains Donald Trump’s establishment-bucking appeal.

“Trump’s candidacy taps into a deep, visceral fear among many that America’s best days are behind it. That the land of freedom, baseball and apple pie is no longer recognizable,” wrote Cliff Young and Chris Jackson in an analysis accompanying the poll.

“Trump’s rise in the polls can only be understood in context of the profound economic and cultural change in America,” they wrote. “On the one hand, many people are scared about their economic future and that of their children as the rate of economic displacement increases with the globalization of cheap labor and technological innovation. The America Dream for many is a distant, foreign concept,” they added.

“On the other hand, many people no longer recognize the America of their grandparents—an increasingly nonwhite and correspondingly more liberal country. This is scary for many Americans,” they wrote.

h/t: Conservative Firing Line

See The One Racial Image Trump Just Shared That Instantly Ignited A Frenzy

Donald Trump shared an image on social media on Sunday about the black-on-black murder rate that is stirring controversy.

The candidate re-tweeted a graphic showing that 97 percent of murdered African Americans are killed by people of their own race.

The tweet took off, garnering nearly 7000 re-tweets and over 9000 “likes.” Not everyone was pleased with the graphic, however. Several labeled Trump a racist for posting it. One person wrote, “sorry, Donald but Presidenting is for grownups,” which over 1700 people liked.

The liberal Huffington Post reported that the graphic was inaccurate, but The Hill fact-checked against the Department of Justice (DOJ) statistics and found it consistent with findings concerning the black-on-black murder rate. “A DOJ study released in 2011 reported that 93 percent of black homicides were committed by other blacks between 1980 and 2008. In 2014, that figure was roughly 90 percent in 2014, according to the latest DOJ numbers,” The Hill reported. 

However, the graphic was not accurate regarding “Whites Killed by Whites” being 16 percent. According to the DOJ, “84 percent of white homicides were committed by whites between 1980 and 2008. That number was 82 percent in 2014,” The Hill noted.

Trump’s tweet came the day after a Black Lives Matter protester was kicked out of a campaign rally in Birmingham, Ala., after seeking to disrupt the event. Mercutio Southall, 31, began yelling, “Dump the Trump” and “Black Lives Matter” as the candidate was speaking to a crowd of thousands, according to CNN

Trump stopped his remarks, noting that the media will likely make a big deal out of the incident. “Yeah, get ’em the hell out of here. Throw him out.” the candidate said to the cheers of the crowd. 

Trump’s tweet highlighting the reality of black-on-black murders is in sync with what some prominent African Americans have pointed out. As reported by Western Journalism, famed Hollywood director Spike Lee said during a CNN interview earlier this month: “Here is the thing, I’m going to be criticized for this, but I don’t care. I’m all for ‘Black Lives Matter,’ ‘I Can’t Breathe,’ ‘Don’t Shoot,’ and I’m not speaking on behalf of 45 million African Americans, this is my own belief…You can’t ignore that we are killing ourselves too. You can’t ignore that.”

Celebrated civil rights leader Fred Davis, who marched with Martin Luther King, Jr., shares Lee’s sentiment. This past summer, the businessman placed the message, “Black Lives Matter, So Let’s Stop Killing Each Other” on a billboard next to his office in Memphis.

Trump Just Said Eight Words That Strike Fear Into The Heart Of Every Republican

Since the early days of Donald Trump’s unconventional White House bid, many Republicans identified a potential and inherent threat his campaign posed to the party. Should he not secure the GOP presidential nomination, critics warned, he could launch a third-party campaign that would likely secure a Democrat victory.

“If he runs as an independent,” Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway said in August, “conventional wisdom is that he will guarantee Hillary Clinton wins.”

Though he sparked criticism at the beginning of the first primary debate, identifying himself as the only candidate willing to consider a third-party run, he subsequently assuaged some fears when he signed a party loyalty pledge.

Following a recent ABC interview, however, those worried about a rogue Trump campaign have new cause to fear. Asked if he is still committed to supporting the eventual GOP nominee, he replied:

I’m going to have to see what happens.

He went on to explain that his decision depends on his perceived treatment by those within the Republican Party.

“When I did this,” he said of signing the pledge, “I said I have to be treated fairly. If I’m treated fairly, I’m fine.”

Trump concluded that he is looking for a “level playing field” in the primary. According to early polling data, however, he noted that planning an exit strategy is premature.

“I’m leading every poll by a lot,” he said. “It’s not even a little bit anymore – it’s a lot.”

h/t: ABC News