A woman in Denver is selling ‘Biden or Die’ campaign signs as a sure fire way of winning hearts and minds as election day looms closer.
The signs are being sold for a whopping $32 by a woman called Kate McNally on her website Midnight Grim, which also sells ‘Clarity Cards,’ including one that says “compassion” (oh, the irony).
“We cannot let dumpy win! All proceeds go to making more stuff like this for my own neighborhood,” states the description for the product.
As the National Pulse highlights, McNally appears to have an obsession with the occult.
“You can click a link that says “Learn about the Darkness” and it takes you to her personal blog, which states: “You may find yourself curious about the name Midnight Grim; here’s a glimpse into my life in regards to my new Brand Identity. You’ll find the “Grim” symbol in European folklore. A death omen, it’s often described as a large, supernatural black dog. It appears at night, often in cahoots with the Devil, bringing dark messages of doom or perhaps leading a character directly to the gates of Hell.”
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An organization of radical left-wing activists has posted an online guide to “disruption” that outlines a plan to shut down the country and force President Donald Trump from power in the event that the 2020 election is too close to call.
The guide, “Stopping the Coup,” available as a Google doc, is being circulated by a group called ShutDownDC. It casts its plan for disruption as a response to an imagined “coup” by the president in the case of a close election.
In an email promoting the guide, ShutDownDC declares: “Preventing Donald Trump from stealing the election and remaining in office is likely to take mass, sustained disruptive movements all over the country.” The guide is a manual to that “disruption.”
Rioters toppled statues of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt in Portland, Oregon, on Sunday night — the latest attacks on monuments in several months of left-wing unrest.
According to OregonLive.com, the statues in the South Park Block were toppled during an “Indigenous Day of Rage.” The nearby Oregon Historical Society Museum was also reportedly attacked.
A Minnesota family whose garage and vehicles were destroyed by a massive fire claims they were targeted by arsonists over their Trump 2020 flags.
The incident happened in Brooklyn Center during the early hours of Wednesday last week, when homeowner Denis Molla says he heard an explosion.
“I heard just a big, loud boom, or a bang,” Denis told local media outlet WCCO. “The first thing for me was my kids, my wife. What’s going on?”
The destruction was extensive, with the flames consuming most of the family’s detached three-car garage and a trailer, and destroying the Mollas’ three vehicles.
“Two 3 x 5 Trump flags were on the trailer and truck,” reports WCCO.
Graffiti scribbled on the family’s garage stated, “Biden 2020,” “BLM,” and the anarchy “A” symbol, leading the family to believe the arson attack was a political hit job.
All the left needs is a Hitler/Mussolini/Pol Pot/Chairman Mao-style leader to rally them to a full blown revolutionary violent overthrow of the United States.
That voice will likely arise from the crumbling ESPN ranks that Psychopaths like Keith Olbermann graduate into political theater from, spewing totalitarian nonsense that sounds vaguely familiar.
It is purely un-American hysterical disinformation that fuels what transpired at a Denver Communists-led Soup Drive for the homeless in Denver Colorado over the weekend; a drive that should have been appropriately titled a “Hurl Soup Cans At Patriots and Defunded Police” event.
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A 23-year-old California man has been charged with attempted arson for the May 31 firebombing of the East Valley Republican Women Federated office in La Quinta, according to reports.
Carlos Espriu, of Palm Desert, allegedly broke windows with a baseball bat at the office before lighting three Molotov cocktails on fire.
Surveillance video captured the assailant coming back to the office after the bombs didn’t light – he threw them again causing the building to catch fire.
A video of the attack was posted on the office’s Gofundme page that raised almost $9,000 to help pay for increased security.
Several individuals accused of rioting in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, after the police shooting of Ricardo Munoz have had their bail set at $1 million.
Of the nine who were given that bail amount, none were able to post it.
Twelve adults have been charged with criminal conspiracy for arson, riot, institutional vandalism, failure to disperse, obstructing highways and other public passages, disorderly conduct, and defiant trespass. Nine of them had their bails set at $1 million. One of the 12 faced an additional charge of illegal possession of a firearm. According to police, at least eight of those charged are not Lancaster residents.
One 16-year-old has been charged with riot, disorderly conduct, possession of instruments of crime, possession of a small amount of marijuana, propulsion of missiles onto a roadway, and institutional vandalism.
The arrests happened early on Monday morning.
An advocacy group called Lancaster Stands Up claimed that two of those charged were working as medics when they were arrested.
The group tweeted, “The absurdly high bail amounts indicate that what we’re seeing is not a measured pursuit of justice but a politically motivated attack on the movement for police reform and accountability.”
Protesters have taken to the streets in Lancaster over Munoz’s death. The 27-year-old was shot by an officer after he ran toward the officer with a knife. Police said that the officer was responding to a call from Munoz’s mother, who claimed her son was trying to break into her house. The family said that Munoz had been suffering from schizophrenia.
Police made two dozen arrests late Monday night into early Tuesday morning following another violent demonstration in Portland, where protesters sprayed five officers with a chemical irritant and assaulted a Portland police sergeant.
Authorities responded to an unpermitted march on Monday night, observing activists equipped with shields, body armor, and helmets.
“The posture of the gathering suggested that it would become violent, as many such gatherings have been over the past 120-plus days,” the Portland Police Bureau reported.
Officers “moved into the park and seized numerous shields,” leading to some arrests. Authorities warned protesters to refrain from blocking traffic and informed them that the sidewalk in front of the Portland Police Bureau remained closed, to no avail. Protesters still attempted to block streets, prompting officer action, which was met with “violent resistance.”
A vehicle plowed through a crowd of Trump supporters in Yorba Linda, California, on Saturday.
The incident reportedly took place in a parking lot.
Cassandra Fairbanks reported—
Violence broke out as supporters of President Donald Trump staged a counter protest against a Black Lives Matter demonstration organized by the Urban Organizers Coalition.
The pro-Trump crowd reportedly confronted the militant leftists while chanting “USA,” leading to multiple fights prior to the car driving through the crowd of patriots.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has announced that there will be no charges filed against two of the Louisville police officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, while the third is being charged with “wanton endangerment.”
Detective Brett Hankison has been indicted on three counts of “wanton endangerment in the first degree” by a grand jury.
Following the announcement on Wednesday Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron told reporters that the night Breonna Taylor died, police did knock and announce themselves before Breonna’s boyfriend shot at them.
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