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Twitter Trends ‘Trudeau Eulogies’ To Mock His Shameful Statement On Castro’s Death

We all knew the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was a whiny left-wing milquetoast but his statement on Fidel Castro’s death was so pathetic and embarrassing, people are slamming it on social media.


Even more Schadenfreude!

For weeks now, Leftists have been issuing portends of gloom and doom over the prospect of a President Trump.

”Trump will be a dictator!”

”President Trump will limit freedom of the press!”

”Gays will become targets of persecution!!”

”He will imprison his political enemies!”

“Anyone who speaks out against Trump will be rounded up in the dead of night and taken away!!”

“Dogs and cats living together! Mass hysteria!!”

Just when all their over-the-top histrionics reaches a fever pitch, Fidel Castro dies.

And those same Leftists who fear a Trump Presidency are now grieving the loss of a man who did all the things they’re so terrified Trump will do.


Black Lives Matter But So Do Facts

“BOY with BB gun shot” screamed CNN’s homepage. The headline by design creates instant reaction. It’s a dog whistle to Black Lives Matter activists who cherry pick which black lives matter during a 24/7 nationwide barrage of salacious TV news. More insidiously these headlines create instant condemnation of whomever shot the boy.


Washington Post Disgracefully Promotes a McCarthyite Blacklist From a New, Hidden, and Very Shady Group

The Washington Post on Thursday night promoted the claims of a new, shadowy organization that smears dozens of U.S. news sites that are critical of U.S. foreign policy as being “routine peddlers of Russian propaganda.” The article by reporter Craig Timberg – headlined “Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say” – cites a report by a new, anonymous website calling itself “PropOrNot,” which claims that millions of Americans have been deceived this year in a massive Russian “misinformation campaign.”


Leftists Demand Presidential Recount, But It Wasn’t Hacking – It Was Demographics

According to a report Tuesday in New York Magazine, a group of computer scientists and election lawyers have approached the Hillary Clinton campaign with evidence they believe suggests the election might have been hacked to make it appear that Donald Trump won the Electoral College when Clinton really did. The hacking claim appears to be based on concerns about tampering with electronic voting machines. We’ve looked into the claim — or at least, our best guess of what’s being claimed based on what has been reported — and statistically, it doesn’t check out.

Lauren Southern: I thought I was in Germany… Turkey?


Council bans staff from sticking Christmas decorations on the walls and threatens to tear down any fairy lights that aren’t low energy

Cllr Cooke said staff had been told that any non-compliant lights found in council offices would be removed. He said: ‘How is the council going to enforce this ruling? Are they really going to send around the Eco Police to remove the Christmas lights?’

Solution: accuse the Council of racist anti-migrant hate speech.


Columbia students demand punishment of ‘hate speech’

This semester, Columbia University faculty have been discussing whether to adopt a version of the free-speech principles championed by the University of Chicago.

Students, meanwhile, appear to be going in the opposite direction.


Clinton team joins Stein’s three-state vote recount that begins in Wisconsin

“Now that a recount is underway, we believe we have an obligation to the more than 64 million Americans who cast ballots for Hillary Clinton to participate in ongoing proceedings to ensure that an accurate vote count will be reported,” Hillary for America attorney Marc Erik Elias said on Medium.


ImageGate: Ransomware Spreading Via JPG Files on Social Networks

Who doesn’t love a good scary problem that has a “-gate” suffix? An Israeli security firm has dubbed a particularly nasty outbreak of ransomware “ImageGate” and that will help us all remember that if you receive a random image on your favorite social network, you probably shouldn’t click it.