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Name: Miles Archer
Gender: Male
Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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No, Donald Trump Did Not Win A Medal From The NAACP

No, Donald Trump Did Not Win A Medal From The NAACP


WASHINGTON — A photograph of Donald Trump, Muhammad Ali and Rosa Parks that the founder of Trump’s “diversity coalition” hailed as evidence the Republican nominee won an “NAACP medal” for “helping America’s inner cities” was actually taken at an awards ceremony organized by a business associate with an ethnic grievance.

William Fugazy, a politically well-connected businessman who later pleaded guilty to perjury, gave the awards to Trump and 79 other people, most of them white, to protest the awarding of “medals of liberty” to a group of 12 recent immigrants that included a Chinese-born architect, a Costa Rica-born astronaut, a leading expert on the psychology of race, and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, but no “Irish, Italian, or Polish” people.

Michael Cohen, Trump’s longtime attorney, adviser and campaign surrogate, posted the photo on Twitter earlier this week of Trump, Parks and Ali, “receiving NAACP medals for helping America’s inner cities. A man for ALL people!”

The NAACP has not awarded any medals to Trump for “helping America’s inner cities,” the group told HuffPost. Nor have any other civil rights groups, according to Trump’s biographers.


Michael Cohen ‏@MichaelCohen212 Oct 18 Manhattan, NY

1989 photo @realDonaldTrump, #RosaParks & #MuhammadAli all receiving #NAACP medals for helping America's inner cities. A man for ALL people!

Mike Pence: "That's not the Negan I've come to know"


No link yet because I made it all up.

CNN OHIO - On a campaign stop earlier this morning, Republican Vice Presidential candidate Mike Pence took a moment to discuss last night's Season 7 premiere of the AMC show "The Walking Dead."

"Look," he told reporters, "I know that we all witnessed some possibly inappropriate behavior last night, but I'm here to tell you that regardless of what Negan did on camera, this is not the man I have come to know. You can tell by his interactions with the Saviors that he is a family man, that family comes first, and that engaging in a little bit of inappropriate rough-housing certainly does not reflect who Negan is when I am with him. He is punctual, efficient, and keeps his word. You saw what happened when Daryl jumped him after he murdered Abraham. Didn't he tell Rick's crew that there would be consequences of such actions? And there were. He set a policy and followed it to the letter, just as President Trump and I will do when we are elected on November 8th."

Pence continued, "And regarding that scene when he dragged Rick into the RV. We have no idea of what fully happened inside, because there was no hot mic to pick up his off-the-cuff remarks. He could have offered Rick a cup of coffee or some words of encouragement. If you have two men in an RV, or a bus, or any other vehicle, and there is not a hot mic present, I don't think you have any reason to speculate or make false accusations. I've spoken with Negan, and he told me that if anyone was offended by his actions last night, he's truly sorry, and hopes this will not discourage anyone from allowing him to proceed with his long-range plans. He's a man who gets things done, unlike Hillary Clinton, who has accomplished nothing in her 30 years of alleged public service. We need a man in the White House like Negan...er, I mean, Donald Trump...who will end the corrupt system of politics as we know it and make America Great Again. Thank you."

Negan could not be reached for comment.

Two Weeks!

Today's favorite time-waster: Twitter hashtag #TrumpaNovel (books re-written by or about Trump)


Full Metal Finch ‏@FullMetalFinch 2h2 hours ago

Mopey Dick


rick obermeyer ‏@ObermeyerRick 15m15 minutes ago

The Talented Mr. Rip Off


Taffy-Apple ‏@TracyinWales 36m36 minutes ago

#TrumpANovel War and Hair Peace


Alisa D Strickland ‏@alisadalestrick 56m56 minutes ago

Oh, The Places I'll Grab!


🔸 ‏@SensiblySecular 4m4 minutes ago

The Gropes of Wrath #TrumpaNovel


Mike DeAngelis ‏@MikeDeAngelis 15m15 minutes ago

Sniffler in the Rye #TrumpaNovel

From Twitter: Disturbing photos of "merchandise" for sale outside of Trump rally in in Naples, FL.

I didn't post the actual photos here, because they are pretty extreme. I also think you have to know what's going on in the minds of your opponents, so it's up to you to decide if you want to follow the link and see what these assholes have been selling as "Trump Merchandise."

Jenna Johnson Verified account

A quick look at the anti-Hillary merchandise for sale outside Donald Trump's rally in Naples, Florida.


In the Trump/Pence clusterf*ck, trust Reince "Huggy Bear" Priebus: “I know where he’s at on this"

Reince Priebus Is Going To Clear Up All This Trump Stuff, You Guys

“I know where he’s at on this,” Priebus said.

”He’s saying he wants to reserve all options,” Priebus assured CBS News’ John Dickerson, “and, ‘If there is grounds for a recount, I will exercise my options.’”

“He is not willing to not concede if he loses and there’s no fraud,” he added.

Not willing to not concede. Cool, cool. Clear as can be!

Jan Brewer: Trump was 'waterboarded' by groping victims

Karl Rove: Donald Trump Can’t Win

Source: Huffington Post

In an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” the Republican strategist said that Donald Trump’s poll numbers are simply too dismal to end in victory on election night.

“I don’t see it happening,” Rove told Fox. “If he plays an inside straight, he could get it, but I doubt he’s going to be able to play it.”

Rove explained Trump’s electoral vote deficit, swing state by swing state. Mitt Romney only won 206 electoral votes in 2012, and according to Rove’s judgment, Trump can only feel comfortable about 168, with just over two weeks to go before the Nov. 8 election.

Trump, Rove said, is barely eking out a polling lead in Ohio and Iowa, which Obama won in 2012. But he is also behind in North Carolina and Arizona, states that Romney won. And his deficit in other electoral vote-rich states like Florida is so severe that he is unlikely to pull ahead.

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/karl-rove-donald-trump-cant-win_us_580cb4c1e4b000d0b15727dc

Pro-Trump Pastor: We are in the "last days," because under Obama, women have authority over men


Trump Pastor Mark Burns Says Obama is ‘Harbinger of the Apocalypse’

Pastor Mark Burns, a supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, has labeled President Barack Obama a “harbinger of the Apocalypse.”

In an interview with the Conservative Chronicle, Burns said he initially looked forward to Obama’s presidency, but has been sorely disappointed.

“The Obama administration has presided over a time that has seen an unprecedented amount of perversion and immorality,” said Burns. “Men being allowed to use women’s bathrooms, gay marriage, women having authority over men, we are definitely in the last days. And Hillary Clinton will only bring on more perversion.”

Many Evangelicals have suggested that Obama is an agent of dark forces. According to Right Wing Watch, televangelist Jim Bakker said the president supports a one-world government. Bakker claimed Obama “sounded like a representative for Antichrist” during a recent speech at the United Nations.

Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks as "Doug"...he wants to make America great again!

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