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Found this gem of a protest song & wanted to share it with you: It Isn't Nice

Barbara Dane and the Chambers Brothers - it isn't nice

Well, I think its safe to say that tRump blew this all to hell

"The Presidency is not merely an administrative office. That's the least of it....It is pre-eminently a place of moral leadership."---Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1932

When US troops were used against US citizens in Washington DC in 1932

There has always been chaos in this country, chaos caused by the rich elite, chaos caused by

the military industrial complex, chaos caused by a government bought and paid for by the highest bidder but now we the people are flexing their muscles, the last straw has been broken, the elite class are worried but they know they have the militarized police to back them up, the military to fill in the cracks. We the people have the numbers, the determination and if things don't change in a meaningful way we will see an escalation that a covid beaten country is not prepared to face.

Trump briefly taken to underground bunker during Friday's White House protests

Source: cnn

(CNN)As protesters gathered outside the White House Friday night in Washington, DC, President Donald Trump was briefly taken to the underground bunker for a period of time, according to a White House official and a law enforcement source.

The President was there for a little under an hour before being brought upstairs. It's unclear if first lady Melania Trump and Barron Trump were also taken down with him.
Trump has repeatedly praised the Secret Service for its handling of the protests outside the White House Friday night in the wake of George Floyd's death last week in Minneapolis.
The New York Times first reported Trump was taken to the presidential bunker.

Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2020/05/31/politics/trump-underground-bunker-white-house-protests/index.html

John Fugelsan, yep, pretty much says it all


One of the best speeches I have heard also, Killer Mike tells it like it is


tRump proclaims a "MAGA NIGHT AT THE WHITE HOUSE" in an anti protester tweet

is this a call for his racist, fascist brain dead followers to protect him?


Michigan man plans to steal helicopter for hospital attack to free COVID-19 patients, police say

Source: WDIV

BAY CITY, Mich. – A Michigan man devised a plan to steal a helicopter from the Coast Guard in order to attack a police station and shooting up a hospital to disrupt the power and free the coronavirus (COVID-19) patients, authorities said.

Jesse Theodore McFadden, 70, is accused of calling Arenac County dispatchers around 8 a.m. Sunday to say he was on his way to the United States Coast Guard Station in Bay City, Michigan, to steal a helicopter, according to officials.

Plan to free COVID-19 patients
McFadden told dispatchers the helicopter would further his plan to attack a police station and shoot up a hospital, court records show.

He wanted to disrupt the power to the hospital, unlock the doors and release patients under COVID-19 quarantine, officials said.

Read more: https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/local/2020/05/22/michigan-man-plans-to-steal-helicopter-for-hospital-attack-to-free-covid-19-patients-police-say/?outputType=amp

Coronavirus: French brothers strike gold under lockdown

Most parents will have come to appreciate the increasingly tricky task of keeping the kids entertained.

But as the weather warms up, plenty of children will be looking to the garden for new ways to pass the time.

And for two French brothers, that resulted in a valuable discovery.

Their parents decided to leave Paris when France imposed a lockdown and move to a family home in the town of Vendôme, south-west of the capital.

The boys, both aged about 10, asked to build a makeshift hut in the garden using branches, leaves and sheets.

Their father, a businessman in his 60s, told them that they could use their late grandmother's sheets, which were in a spare room.

When they went to collect them "two fairly heavy objects" fell out, Philippe Rouillac, a local auctioneer, told BFMTV. "They didn't pay attention to them and put them back."

But the boys soon told their father about the discovery.

"He asked them to go and get them," Mr Rouillac said. "But he initially believed they were knife holders that belonged to the grandmother."

He contacted Mr Rouillac's company to double check and, after sending a few photographs, he was told the good news.

he objects were not knife holders, but two gold bars weighing 1kg (2.2lb) each.

Both bars are now listed on the auctioneer's website with an estimated value of 40,000 euros (£35,800; $43,800) a piece.

It turned out that the bars were purchased by the grandmother in 1967 and even come with a proof of purchase.

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