CAIR Leader: Overthrow the U.S. Government
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) successfully presents itself to the media as a benign civil rights organization, comparable to the NAACP or the ADL, a description that conservatives ineffectively rail against. In this light, perhaps a tweet sent out just after midnight EST on Nov. 9 by Hussam Ayloush, long-time head of CAIR’s Los Angeles office, will help awaken the press to CAIR’s true Islamist identity.
Muslim admits to faking hate crime, while Trump voters are attacked
In just a span of four days, liberals went from criticizing Donald Trump for not being able to accept the results of the election to losing their minds when he won.
Liberals have taken to protesting, rioting, crying, attacking people, and faking hate crimes to show that Trump promotes hate.
Faking hate crimes is a favorite activity of the Left, and after the Trump victory, it reached a new fever pitch.
Bloomington, Indiana about to become a Muslim refugee enclave
The city is set to become a resettlement community in January, when the group Exodus Refugee Immigration sets up an office, with plans to start bringing in refugees as early as March. Those refugees could come from Syria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but that’s not set in stone.
“Bloomington has an amazing amount of support for the refugees,” Diane Legomsky, who has organized the Bloomington Refugee Support Network, said.
However, Wednesday’s forum was put on by the group Grassroots Conservatives, who have questioned and even opposed the resettlement.
Ottawa’s first daily cat café set to open this spring
Feline Café will be the first daily cat café in Ottawa. It joins The Purrfect Café at Kind Space in Centretown, which holds a cat meet-up with coffee and tea every second Thursday of the month.
The location and opening date of Feline Café are yet to be determined, but Cyr is hoping for a spring launch at a place in the Glebe or Hintonburg.
Cyr, a 25-year-old Centretown resident who studied commerce at Laurentian University, said she had heard of the cat café craze sweeping Asia and parts of Europe, but didn’t really tune in until she was unhappy with the job she was working, and looking for options. Cyr was passionate about business, food and animals, and it was a natural next step to intertwine all three.
Campuses reel in outrage, ‘fear’ over Trump’s election
Within moments of the election being called for Donald Trump early Wednesday morning, college students across the country began a series of protests that picked up steam throughout the day and were still continuing, in some cases, as much as 36 hours later.
The following map, compiled from the many such incidents observed by Campus Reform, shows an unsurprising geographic distribution, with most of the anti-Trump reactions concentrated along the Pacific coast and in the major metropolitan areas East of the Mississippi River, while vast swathes of the nation have remained untouched by the dismay and outrage expressed by student protesters, faculty members, and even university presidents.
It Looks Like George Soros is Funding the Trump Protests Just Like He Funded The Ferguson Riots
Why would anyone want to cause all this trouble?
That’s where the web gets tangled. It certainly seems counterproductive to set fire to America. After all, what these people are doing is likely to end up with more tyranny – like martial law, for example.
Exactly. That’s precisely the plan.
Back in August, hackers from a group called DC Leaks got into the private documents of the Open Society, an organization founded by George Soros. Soros, whom DC Leaks referred to as “the architect and sponsor of almost every revolution and coup around the world for the last 25 years” is a pro-globalist billionaire who has been trying to take over the world via shadow government for decades.
Kimmel hilariously walks fragile Dems through 5 stages of grief
For Democrats who are in a fragile state since Hillary Clinton lost the presidency in a shocking upset to Donald Trump, it helps to laugh to keep from crying.
Late-night comedian and former satirical vice presidential candidate Jimmy Kimmel is here to help provide some therapy for those going through the stages of grief of Trump getting elected by acting out the specific stages of grief on Wednesday night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
“There is a lot of sorrow in the air today,” Kimmel said, noting that Californians especially were feeling it.
The host then went into his five stages of grief, starting with “Denial.”
Islamists face jail for setting up Sharia Police in Germany to patrol streets
The seven men, aged between 25 and 30, face charges that prevent groups from wearing political uniforms.
The group are said to have patrolled the streets of the city in North Rhine-Westphalia wearing bright orange jackets bearing the slogan ‘Sharia police’ on the back.
The Islamists are also said to have carried notices in English that read: “Sharia Controlled Zone”.
They are alleged to have ordered people not to drink, gamble or visit nightclubs, which caused an outcry from residents.
Mayor: Database of undocumented New Yorkers could be deleted
A database containing the identity of undocumented immigrants living in New York City would not be opened up to a Trump administration without a “real fight,” the city’s mayor said on Thursday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, speaking at a news conference the day after President-elect Donald Trump’s stunning electoral victory, also left open the possibility that the database, which holds personal information from the more than 850,000 New Yorkers who have a city municipal identification card, could be scrubbed.
How Trump bypassed hostile media to deliver his message
“Trump had a way of taking to Twitter and could literally change the narrative because he had such a large following,” said Alan Rosenblatt, a digital consultant and strategist at Lake Research Partners and Turner4D who opposed Trump.
The real estate billionaire kept momentum even as major news organizations unearthed embarrassing episodes about his past, including on his finances and sexual conduct.
As mainstream media stepped up their investigations, going so far as to call him a “liar,” Trump was able to sustain a counter-narrative on social media used by conservative, or “alt-right,” news sites friendly to the Republican candidate.
A network of social media supporters amplified the Trump message, not only reinforcing his vision but also actively seeking to counter and quash messages from anti-Trump forces.
“It’s organized digital bullying,” Rosenblatt said.