“America Ended Slavery,” Candace Owens reminds T.I. when asked, “When was America great?”
T.I. eventually digressed to yelling at the young black female republican, telling her, “You started with some bullsh**.”
Owens was repeatedly cut off when she tried to deliver a response to T.I., mentioning that slavery was a problem worldwide, and America was actually one of the first countries to end slavery.
Leader of prison reform group imprisoned; Coroner targeted after finding ‘natural causes’ of inmate death at DCP
Prison reform activist Kevin Maxson says that he has been targeted for leading a community protest group at the county prison.
As a candidate for County Commissioner, Tom Connolly is questioning if the motives of the State Parole department are in retaliation for Maxson’s activism at the Dauphin County Prison.
Connelly believes the intentions of Maxson to be genuine.
PA Gov. Tom Wolf aligns with CAIR political agenda
Governor Wolf has been criticized for appointing CAIR-Philadelphia to the PA Census Commission.
CAIR’s financial ties to the terrorist group Hamas were featured by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Fox News.
Did U.S. women’s soccer team hail Hitler at Holocaust museum?
The image of the players portrayed at the Holocaust Museum incited controversy coming off the heels of the women’s high profile protest of the U.S. National Anthem during the World Cup.
The scene is also reminiscent of controversy stirred up by the UK men’s team this year. A UK soccer player had to be educated about Nazis after making an ignorant Hitler salute.
Ilhan Omar urged Muslim supporters to “raise hell” and “make people uncomfortable” regarding 9/11
In her remarks at the CAIR fundraiser in L.A., Omar urged attendees to “raise hell” and “make people uncomfortable” in an effort to reverse the fortunes of Muslim Americans, who the freshman Congresswoman suggested were demoted to second-class citizens following 9/11.
Later in her remarks, the Minnesota Democrat implied President Donald Trump was to blame for the deadly mosque shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Social justice warriors call for violence against ‘Identity Evropa’ to combat racist stickers – Harrisburg, PA
In response to the local controversy of stickers being posted around town, one person said, “Oh, I’m ready. I wrote my master thesis about the Alt-Right and I’m serious about combating them.” Another said, “We should always punch a Nazi… we already gave peace a chance… I will not tolerate intolerance..”
Beware of Alt-right stickers containing razor blades; Harrisburg residents afraid & outraged
Chris Anderson and his wife were shocked and fearful when they spotted a racist sticker on a light post as they walked around the usually peaceful downtown streets.
Now Harrisburg residents have expressed outrage and warn of potential danger in removing the stickers.
National Union Leverages Local School Board Director to Push Socialist Agenda in Harrisburg, PA
The recent activism in Harrisburg is being funded by “For Our Future,” which is an umbrella organization consisting of various labor unions, and international groups that advocate for open borders, as well as D.C. think tanks that politicize climate change and abortion.
Collectively leveraging their international resources, the coalition intends to gain power in U.S communities by influencing local elections.
Harrisburg’s Nazi-Confederate flag activist leveraged $30k settlement from York County
A Harrisburg activist and former congressional candidate has reached a $30,000 settlement agreement with York County, but county officials and the man himself are unable to explain why.
The settlement contains a confidentiality provision, said county spokesman Mark Walters, which says that neither party can speak about the matter to any degree.