Wealthy, Privileged Black NFL Player Sits Out National Anthem Because “Racism”

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His biological mother weighs in:


Colin Kaepernick, a black NFL player who makes over $120 million playing football, sat on his ass during the playing of the national anthem because:

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

Fuck Kaepernick. I’ve come to expect nothing but race-baiting bullshit from radical black entertainers and athletes who are, by the way, filthy rich and more privileged than many white people will ever be. He makes $100,000,000 playing football. He owns a mansion, several expensive cars, and other material things most people can’t afford. BTW: He was abandoned by his…

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Kelli Ward Beats Thrice Censured RINO McCain in Latest AZ Poll – Now Ward Vs. McCain

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Kelli Ward Beats John McCain in Latest AZ Poll

Former Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward, challenging U.S. Senator John McCain, leads the five-term Washington insider for the first time in a poll.

Her lead stands at nine percent.

Ward was the choice of 45 percent of the registered Arizona voters polled, while McCain only garnered 36 percent. 1,271 of the more than 1,400 voters polled say they intend to vote in the 2016 primary election. Approximately one fifth remained undecided at this early stage of the race.

Independent polling company Gravis Marketing conducted the August 15 poll. It surveyed 844 Republican primary voters and 427 Democratic.

These new McCain versus Ward results vary significantly from May.

Public Policy Polling results then included 600 Arizona voters, 300 marked as Republican primary voters. In that early poll a Ward-McCain matchup gave Ward 31 percent…

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VIDEO Nigel Farage on Donald Trump: “he’ll be new Ronald Reagan”

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Aug 28, 2016 By Nigel Farage for Daily Mail:

Since I announced that I was going to stand aside as Ukip leader in the wake of the successful Brexit campaign, I’ve had more time to do other things.


This included a trip to Cleveland for the Republican Convention and the adoption of Donald J. Trump as their Presidential candidate.

I was astonished that everybody I met wanted to talk about Brexit – not just the delegates to the convention but ordinary people, including a group of US Navy veterans who told me we should have done it years ago.

There was a chance meeting, in a bar of course, with the delegation from Mississippi.

They were wildly enthusiastic Brexiteers and told me that their State Governor Phil Bryant was delighted with the result and would love me to visit.

So in what I thought would be the quiet days…

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‘Puny crowd’ of ‘hardcore lefties’ holds rally at Washington Monument, MB Obama tops 10K Rapefugees

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Aug 28, 2016 by Leo Hohmann

Pro-refugee forces were out on the mall in Washington, D.C., Sunday. These rally participants dressed in orange life preservers to show solidarity with Syrian refugees.

Pro-refugee forces were out on the mall in Washington, D.C., Sunday. These rally participants dressed in orange life preservers to show solidarity with Syrian refugees (Photo: Ann Corcoran of the Refugee Resettlement Watch blog)

As pro-refugee activists gathered for a rally on the mall in Washington, D.C., Sunday, the Obama administration announced that it will meet its goal of importing 10,000 Syrian refugees on Monday, more than a month ahead of schedule.

As of the end of the day Friday, the administration had resettled 9, 902 refugees from Syria in the current fiscal year that began on Oct. 1, 2015, according to the U.S. State Department refugee database. At least another 98 were scheduled to arrive Monday, putting the total at more than 10,000 with more than a month left in the fiscal year.

On the mall around the Washington Monument Sunday…

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