Published on Aug 19, 2019
Democratic state senator Martin Sandoval represents the city of Chicago.
By Shane Trejo
Illinois state senator Martin Sandoval was forced to apologize after a violent display occurred at his fundraiser where his supporters performed a brutal mock assassination of President Donald Trump.
The fundraiser took place at the Klein Creek Golf Club where donors donated at least $250 to Sandoval in order to attend. The photos were leaked over Facebook, and Sandoval is pictured posing with the man who held the fake weapon and conducted the mock assassination. It is unknown whether Sandoval was aware of the violent display that took place at his event.
“The incident that took place is unacceptable,” he said. “I don’t condone violence toward the President or anyone else. I apologize that something like this happened at my event.”
Top officials of the Democrat and Republican parties in Illinois are speaking out against the display as well.
“As our nation grapples with the epidemic of gun violence, purposely pointing a fake gun at anyone is insensitive and wrong,” Democrat Governor J.B. Pritzker said. “I condemn actions like the ones displayed in the pictures because they lack the civility our politics demands.”
“The tragedies in El Paso and Gilroy have demonstrated how hate-filled political rhetoric can fuel violence,” said Maura Possley, who works as the spokesperson for Illinois Democrats. “These images are unacceptable and dangerous. The place to make our voices heard against Trump is at the ballot box.”
“The apology from Sen. Sandoval for the detestable pictures from his event depicting an assassination of President Trump is too little, too late,” Illinois GOP Chairman Tim Schneider said through a spokesman.
Democratic Congresswoman calls them “peaceful protesters.”
AUGUST 19, 2019
A video out of Portland illustrates how Antifa used broken up concrete slabs to attack Trump supporters during this past weekend’s protests.
“We caught Antifa smuggling concrete slabs within a black case then breaking up the slab & using it to throw at buses carrying right wingers stuck in traffic. This is further evidence of their pre-meditated violence & criminal activity in Portland,” tweeted Elijah Schaffer.
The video shows how Antifa avoided any police scrutiny by transporting the slabs inside a hard black case.
They were then broken up and lobbed towards buses carrying counter-demonstrators.
Meanwhile, Democratic New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland described Antifa as “peaceful protesters” during an appearance on CNN.
Haaland was responding to President Donald Trump’s tweet in which he said Antifa could be designated a terror organization.
Apparently, according to Haaland, throwing concrete slabs at people is peaceful!
Published on Aug 19, 2019
Published on Aug 15, 2019
Bullets missed federal officers by two inches!
By Kelen McBreen – AUGUST 14, 2019
The FBI is investigating the shooting of two Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) buildings in San Antonio, Texas.
The agency is describing the incidents as “targeted attacks” of federal agents, with bullets missing an employee by only two inches.
Despite the shooting taking place at 3 a.m., multiple federal employees were working in the offices at the time.
Acting Director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Ken Cuccinelli, tweeted out a photo of one of the bullet holes that went through a window.
A special agent in charge of the FBI’s San Antonio division, Christopher Combs, said, “These shootings were cowardly, brazen, violent acts, absolutely without justification and a threat to our entire community.”
“An attempt to attack federal employees is a federal crime with serious consequences. The FBI will relentlessly pursue every lead in this case to find the individuals who are responsible,” he continued.
During a Tuesday press conference, Combs made it clear he thinks the shooter or shooters “did some research” before targeting the building.
“I don’t think there is a question that they knew which floor the ICE office is on,” he said.
Combs also stressed the fact that other ICE buildings across the country are in danger of being attacked as political hostility against the agency continues to be fomented by the left.
“Political rhetoric and misinformation that various politicians, media outlets and activist groups recklessly disseminate to the American people regarding the ICE mission only serve to further encourage these violent acts,” ICE spokesperson Nina Pruneda stated.
Last month, an ANTIFA member was shot and killed by police as he threw Molotov cocktails at an ICE facility while armed with a semi-automatic rifle.
She was threatened for infiltrating an ANTIFA plotting session against ICE.
By Shane Trejo
Danielle Stella, the only declared Republican challenger for 2020 attempting to unseat Somali socialist Rep. Ilhan Omar in Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District, was accosted by ANTIFA thugs earlier this month.
Stella infiltrated an ANTIFA event in Minneapolis, MN on Aug. 6. She witnessed the domestic terror group’s ongoing “Border Resistance Tour” to promote their plan to obstruct border enforcement in El Paso, TX from Sept. 1 to Sept. 10, as they hope abolish ICE and allow third-world migrants to flood the borders unabated.
“Instead of doing their court cases on the U.S. side of the border, they are applying for asylum at a point of entry around U.S. soil on the border, and then are being sent back to Mexico to whatever border town they were in, and they have to be doing their court process while remaining there,” one ANTIFA organizer said via a Skype call-in to the Minneapolis event.
Stella was only able to capture a few minutes of the discussion that was taking place before she was ushered out of the event, and that is when the left-wing intimidation began.
“I was leaving. I went out the back way, and she followed me to the parking lot, and she said ‘nope, you need to get off the property completely,’ and started complaining I wasn’t doing it fast enough,” Stella said.
The woman who was barking threats was accompanied by male ANTIFA thugs armed with a weapons meant to intimidate Stella into submission.
“One of the ANTIFA men had a baseball bat, and another one had a cattleprod. They decided to give me 30 seconds, and they also threatened to call the police on me while holding weapons and wearing their ANTIFA riot gear,” she said.
She was appalled by the domestic terrorists who are egged on by her extremist opponent Omar, who has frequently made incendiary anti-Semitic, anti-white and anti-American comments.
“When you have a whole bunch of you in riot gear and weapons, who do you think you are? A bunch of losers is what you are,” Stella continued.
“Why did I get kicked out of a public event that they put online? There were no signs saying no videotaping. I was not being disruptive. ANTIFA sucks,” she said.
“To clarify, the parking lot did not belong to that lady. The parking lot was a shared property. There are other businesses nearby,” she added.
Stella assured her audience that they missed very little from the meeting other than left-wing crybabies whining and complaining about the border crisis while blaming President Trump and conservatives for all that is wrong in the world.
The entire video can be seen here.
Far-left calling for violence this weekend
AUGUST 14, 2019
Portland, Ore., is gearing up for a set of dueling rallies this weekend that is expected to bring an informal coalition of right-wing groups — some of which have been decried as white nationalists and white supremacists — and so-called anti-fascists, who have violently opposed these right-wing demonstrators.
Portland’s so-called “Antifa” members have issued an online call to followers to turn out to “defend Portland from a far-Right attack.”
Portland’s Rose City Antifa, the nation’s oldest active anti-fascist group, said violence against right-wing demonstrators is “exactly what should happen when the far-right attempts to invade our town.”
Portland leaders are planning a major law enforcement presence on the heels of similar rallies in June and last summer that turned violent, and the recent hate-driven shooting in El Paso, Texas. None of the city’s nearly 1,000 police officers will have the day off, and Portland will get help from the Oregon State Police and the FBI. Mayor Ted Wheeler has said he may ask Gov. Kate Brown, a Democrat, to call up the Oregon National Guard.
Experts who track right-wing militias and hate groups warn that the mix of people heading to Portland also came together for a Unite the Right rally in 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia, which ended when a participant rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing one and injuring 19.
A 5K race scheduled for Saturday was moved to avoid any violence, and an Irish bar that’s a city institution canceled an amateur boxing event that expected 500 spectators. Other businesses plan to close on one of the last weekends of the city’s peak tourist season.
One rally is being organized by a member of the controversial Proud Boys. Others are expected to include members of the American Guard, the Three Percenters, the Oathkeepers and the Daily Stormers.
Video of the 30-second attack grabbed national attention and further turned the focus on Portland as a new battleground in a divisive America.
Joe Biggs, an organizer of Saturday’s rally, said the attack on Ngo made him decide to hold the event with the goal of getting Antifa declared a domestic terrorist organization. Biggs said those coming to Portland have been told not to bring weapons or start fights, but they will defend themselves if attacked.
Biggs toned down his online rhetoric after the El Paso shootings and urged followers coming to Portland to keep a cool head. He said he is not racist — he has a toddler daughter with his Guyanese wife — but wants to show the world the violent tactics of Antifa.
“That group of Antifa there in Portland needs to be exposed for who they are,” Biggs said in a phone interview with The Associated Press. “And guess what? They should be scared.”
Last month, President Trump said he was considering declaring Antifa a terrorist organization, equating it with the MS-13 street gang. Trump’s tweet came days after Sens. Bill Cassidy, R-La., and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, introduced non-binding legislation that would designate the group as a domestic terrorist organization.
Portland’s City Hall has been evacuated twice because of bomb threats after the June 29 skirmishes, and Wheeler, the mayor, has been pilloried by critics who incorrectly said he told police to stand down while anti-fascists went after right-wing demonstrators.
Police have noted the violence in June was limited to a small area of downtown Portland despite three different demonstrations that lasted more than five hours, with hundreds of people constantly on the move. They also made two arrests last week in a May Day assault on an Antifa member that became a rallying cry for the city’s far-left.
Anti-Trump CNN anchor compared to traitorous brother from The Godfather series
By Kelen McBreen
Internet users flooded Twitter with memes mocking a viral video of CNN’s Chris Cuomo threatening to assault a man who called him “Fredo,” a fictional character from The Godfather film trilogy who betrayed his own family.
In the footage, Cuomo claimed “Fredo” was “like the N-word” for Italians and threatened to throw the man down a flight of stairs.
Below are the best memes to come from the trending video:
Even President Trump chimed in, saying, “I thought Chris was Fredo also. The truth hurts. Totally lost it! Low ratings @CNN.”