No, he means no pictures of dead people, like the many, many, many that would just be children from Gaza. You want to edit your post now?? A murdered person is not respected if his murder is not mentioned many, many times in many, many places that matter.
The part that is being buried is a fake history meant to bring unending sympathy (in the form of gifts of cash). This is a truth that will hurt many people so it should have never been lied about in the first place. Feel free to not understand any of that, let alone the ramifications.
Better there than the 'blow it out your ass' version that your kind is so fond of.
Conspiracy theorists never accept any data that conflict with the story line.
How much LSD have you ingested recently??????????????????????????????
That would be your side asshole. Go ahead and debunk there 2 Jews explaining what they have been doing fot the last 140 years.
Benjamin Freedman's 1961 Speech at the Willard Hotel (Complete)
Benjamin H. Freedman's excellent speech on how World War One (and Two) really started and why the U.S. was eventually drawn in.
Miko Peled Seattle. Oct. 1, 2012
Chris Bollyn: Israel behind the 9-11 attacks-- and Iraq wars.
Enough to remove any haze that support you feeble lies. (btw the loco collective is calling you insane, you that bad at choosing who was your friend in the past?)
Ex-FBI agent Peter Strzok sues agency over firing for anti-Trump texts
August 6, 2019
August 6, 2019 5:51 PM EDT
In this file photo taken on July 12, 2018, Deputy Assistant FBI Director Peter Strzok testifies on FBI and Department of Justice actions during the 2016 Presidential election during a House Joint committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.SAUL LOEB / AFP / Getty Images
Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who came under fire from U.S. President Donald Trump and other Republicans for sending text messages that disparaged Trump during the presidential campaign, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday alleging his termination from the job violated his constitutional rights.
The complaint, filed in federal court in Washington, alleged that Strzok’s termination from the intelligence agency last year was a “retaliatory response” to speech protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Strzok said in the lawsuit, filed against the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department, that he was entitled to backpay and reinstatement.
“It’s indisputable that his termination was a result of President Trump’s unrelenting retaliatory campaign of false information, attacks and direct appeals to top officials,” Aitan Goelman, a lawyer for Strzok, said in a statement.
“Today, Pete Strzok is fighting back, and sending a message that the Administration’s purposeful disregard for constitutional rights must not be tolerated,” Goelman added.
Strzok wrote politically charged texts to FBI lawyer Lisa Page when they were both working on the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Strzok and Page had also previously worked on the investigation into former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
In one email from August 2016, Page wrote to Strzok asking “(Trump’s) not ever going to become president, right? Right!”
Strzok replied: “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.”
Strzok and Page, who were having an affair, became a focal point of efforts by Republican Party leaders to undermine the credibility of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
Trump has tweeted about Strzok several times in the last two years, calling him a “sick loser” and even accusing him of “treason.”
A 500-page report released in June by the U.S, Justice Department’s internal watchdog, was highly critical of Strzok and Page, finding their texts cast a cloud over the FBI and created the appearance of bias.
Goelman said at the time that the report, while flawed in some conclusions, found no evidence that his political views had an impact on the Clinton probe.
TAKING A TRUMP: Tommy Lee says payback coming if 'liberals' gain power
August 9, 2019
August 9, 2019 12:13 PM EDT
That’s one way to get attention.
Tommy Lee, 56, unleashed his disdain for U.S. President Donald Trump and his supporters on Twitter following the two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
The Motley Crue drummer went on an expletive-filled Twitter tirade that began with: “You Trumpsters better pray that liberals never gain control of the WH [White House] again because we are going to pay you back so f—-ing hard for all of this s—.”
“We’re going to repaint Air Force One, pussy hat pink and fly it over your beloved Bible Belt 6 days a week, tossing birth control pills, condoms & atheist literature from the cockpit,” the tweet reads.
— T❍mmy L33 (@MrTommyLand) August 7, 2019
Lee also claimed: “After we fumigate the WH, we’re repainting the whole thing rainbow,” before adding, “Fox News will be taken over and turned into a family refugee shelter. We’re turning Hannity’s office into a giant unisex bathroom with changing tables and free tampons.”
The tweet concluded: “And every single time a Trumpster complains about any of the changes, we’re adding an openly gay character to a Disney movie.”
The scornful response comes after an earlier tweet from Lee expressing his contempt for Trump’s comments on the shootings and how it may relate to mental illness or violent video games.
dude!! @realDonaldTrump one minute you blame mental illness for the mass shootings then the next it's video games?! WTF is wrong with you!?!💤 WAKE THE **** UP!!!
— T❍mmy L33 (@MrTommyLand) August 5, 2019
“WTF is wrong with you!?! Wake the f— up!!!” the tweet reads.
The Twitter rant seems to have ended after a recent tweet from Lee that reads: “I have to go take a Trump.”
Ummm excuse me I have to go take a trump!!! 💩
— T❍mmy L33 (@MrTommyLand) August 8, 2019
Some Twitter users said the outspoken drummer should stay out of politics.
Lee’s response was explicit and left little to the imagination.
“The next person who tells me to stick to drumming and stay out of politics, I’m gonna come to ur house and shove my drumsticks up ur ass until you sneeze,” he wrote in the tweet.
The next person who tells me to stick to drumming and stay out of politics, I’m gonna come to ur house and shove my drumsticks up ur ass until you sneeze 🖕🏼
— T❍mmy L33 (@MrTommyLand) August 5, 2019
The reaction on Twitter to the rocker’s tweets was split.
One user replied: “Dude. Really??? Lots a hate from a guy that was soooo blessed to have played music for a living. Love ya but WTF?”
Another person wrote, “Basically means ‘I hate everyone who disagrees with me on politics.’”
Universal Pictures cancels 'The Hunt' movie release after criticism
August 11, 2019
August 11, 2019 10:52 AM EDT
The Hunt: Private Hunting Experience (Spot)
LOS ANGELES — Universal Pictures on Saturday cancelled the release of “The Hunt,” a satirical thriller about a group of Americans who are captured to be hunted and killed for sport, following apparent criticism by President Donald Trump and a recent series of mass shootings.
The Comcast Corp. division had held back on marketing the film, slated for release on Sept. 27, after the shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, last week.
It gave no reason for the cancellation. A Universal Pictures representative did not return an email seeking comment.
“We stand by our filmmakers and will continue to distribute films in partnership with bold and visionary creators, like those associated with this satirical social thriller, but we understand that now is not the right time to release this film,” Universal said in a statement.
Trump, taking to Twitter on Friday, criticized “liberal Hollywood” and an unnamed film with a pending release.
“The movie coming out is made in order to inflame and cause chaos,” Trump tweeted.
Trailers released online for the film depicted a group of wealthy villains orchestrating the open-field hunting of several Americans held against their will.
The film came from Blumhouse Productions, which has produced a number of popular horror films such as “The Purge” and “Get Out.”
A Blumhouse representative did not immediately respond to calls on Saturday.
The Hollywood Reporter, citing details in the film’s screenplay, reported earlier this week that a character at one point called the people being hunted “deplorables.”
In 2016, then Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said half the supporters of her Republican rival Trump belonged in a “basket of deplorables” of people who were racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic or Islamophobic.
Since then, some Trump supporters have used the term “deplorables” as a badge of honour.
Trailers for “The Hunt,” which featured heavy use of firearms, circulated online in media reports as the United States was dealing with the aftermath of a number of mass shootings, including in El Paso where 22 people, many of them Hispanic, were killed.
The accused gunman in El Paso confessed while surrendering and told police he was targeting “Mexicans,” according to a police affidavit released on Friday.