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The facts about Republicans’ hysteria over brown people
President Donald Trump tweeted a new ad that is almost too racist to believe on Wednesday.
The ad from Trump’s campaign, which accuses Democrats of allowing Mexicans and Central Americans to murder Americans, is the latest escalation in Republicans’ very obvious attempts to stoke fear about brown people and distract from unpopular conservative policies. The president’s party is widely expected to lose control of one chamber of Congress in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
While smearing immigrants is a time-honored tradition for many on the right, the president’s efforts to make a major campaign issue out of a migrant caravan traveling north from Central America (and currently 1,000 miles away from the U.S. border) has been echoed by prominent Republicans, Fox News, and numerous other propagandists in conservative media.
But don’t just take our word for it. Let’s dig into the data to show why Republicans’ recent cherry-picking has no basis in reality.
California: Latino voter apathy reflects disconnected media
Trump May Finally Be Getting Too Racist for America
Anti-LGBTI Christian author claims all oral sex is 'homosexual'
A Christian author of anti-LGBTI books has claimed that oral sex is the ‘practice of homosexuals’.
Linda Harvey, writer behind books like Maybe He’s Not Gay, has launched a frankly bizarre rant against sex education.
During an article for right-wing website BarbWire denouncing teaching teenagers about ‘pleasure’ during sex ed, the writer goes into an odd tangent about oral sex.
Harvey writes: ‘And let’s not forget the deadly contribution of “LGBTQ” advocates who demand “inclusive” sex ed – ie, lessons that outline in detail how kids can engage in anal and oral sex, the sex practices of homosexuals.’
For people with opposite sex partners: no, this isn’t an excuse to skip foreplay.
Gay Star News
The Kid From 'The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven' Is Now An Adult — And He's Suing The Publisher Of The Controversial Book
After being paralyzed in a 2004 car crash at the age of six, Alex Malarkey made headlines in 2010, when Christian publisher Tyndale House released an "autobiography," The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven, attributing the story to Malarkey and his father, Kevin. According to the book, during the two months Malarkey spent comatose after the crash, he died and went to Heaven, where he met Jesus and heard the voice of God. He retracted the story in 2015, saying that it was a fabrication he created for attention, and Tyndale withdrew the bestselling book from publication. Now, the Boy Who Came Back from Heaven author is suing his publisher, saying that he was never consulted as to the authenticity of the story, and that he and his mother, Beth, have received no money from sales of the book.
Married Christian School Teacher Arrested for Alleged Sexual Battery of Teenage Student
Researcher finds a dramatic decline of Christianity in Europe
‘A few lesbians’ in leadership means Black Lives Matter will fail says perennial loser
Hong Kong Anglican Church knew of priest’s alleged sexual misconduct in 2007
Church of The Donald
James Dolan is already donating to get President Trump re-elected in 2020
Donald Trump’s approval ratings are in the tank, but apparently nothing can sap James Dolan’s enthusiasm.
According to public records uncovered by the website Amplify, the Knicks owner already pledged $125,000 to get Trump re-elected in 2020. This was after the Daily News reported last year that Dolan donated over $300,000 to Trump’s 2016 election efforts. Dolan’s most recent contribution was Sept. 28.
Dolan’s support for Trump is a sharp contrast to most in the NBA community, including outspoken critics of the President like Gregg Popovich, Carmelo Anthony, Joakim Noah, Steph Curry and Steve Kerr.
NY Daily News
MAN WHO HOPES TO PROVE THE EARTH IS FLAT IN HIS HOMEMADE ROCKET POSTPONES HIS PLANS
In an effort to prove the Earth is flat, 61-year-old “Mad” Mike Hughes plans to launch himself thousands of feet in the air in a homemade rocket. But his launch—which was originally set for Saturday—has been postponed, The Washington Post reported Friday afternoon.
Hughes was originally planning to conduct his experiment over Amboy, a ghost town situated along Route 66 in California, that has a population of 4. However, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) reportedly informed him that he cannot launch his scrap metal rocket on public land.
According to Hughes, the federal agency told him his experiment was a no-go, but Samantha Storms, BLM spokeswoman, said she was unaware of any communication between the self-taught rocket scientist and the agency.
Luke And Leia ‘Fly’ A ‘Star Wars’ Speeder Bike In NYC For Halloween
May the trick-or-treating be with you.
YouTuber Jesse Wellens has conjured another viral winner for Halloween, zipping through New York City with Carmella Rose a la Luke and Leia on a “Star Wars” speeder bike. The customized contraption gives the illusion of flying at times, just like the one in the movies.
Damn, this is fun.
And it isn’t long before a stormtrooper gives chase.
The Zakar Twins, Known for Their Racy YouTube Vids, Have a History of On-Camera Dick-Cloning (NSFW)
The gay Iraqi duo of Michael and Zach Zakar (aka the Zakar twins) have unabashedly used their own sexiness to become internet-famous: Their Instagram account is filled with thirst pics of the two hugging and lounging around in revealing undies, their public coming story involved them discovering the other’s homosexuality by fooling around with the same guy, they discussed selling their used underwear on public TV and Zach recently had his nude photos shared online (link NSFW). But earlier this year, two videos were self-published on their YouTube channel that had us standing at attention: the making of a Zakar Twins clone — of their own dicks.
Donald Trump tells hate group that homophobes will ‘no longer be silenced’
Donald Trump has become the first president to address the conference of a recognised anti-LGBT hate group.
Trump addressed the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit – classed as a “hate group” – as he told the crowds their anti-LGBT views would “no longer be silenced”.
Among those in the crowd were white supremacists, far right activists and religious extremists who oppose the equality of LGBT people.
Arriving at the event, Trump said it was great “to be among friends” as he declared: “We are returning moral clarity to our view of the world.”
Trump touts First Amendment rights for religious groups
Thousands Of Disturbing Neo-Nazi Flyers Mailed To Pennsylvania Residents
Pope Francis once again attacks transgender people
Homophobic hate group official has a gay daughter who is married to a woman
You may or may not know Logan Paul. He's a YouTube person who does, like, stunts and shit.
And on Jimmy Kimmel Wednesday, Paul explained that he is now missing 15% of his testicle, due to a stunt gone wrong.