Tuesday, January 31, 2017


 Video footage shows an anti-Trump agitator punching and knocking out a Trump supporter during a mini-riot at Portland Airport over the weekend.

The incident took place on Sunday during demonstrations against Trump’s travel ban on individuals from terror-linked countries.
The clip shows anti-Trump protesters pushing and shoving their way into the airport aggressively as they yell “peace! peace!”

A confrontation then quickly arises before one of the anti-Trump radicals punches a man from behind, knocking him out cold. The footage appears to show two anti-Trump protesters taking a swing at the same victim.
It subsequently emerged that the victim, 39-year-old Grant Chisholm, a member of the Bible Believers group, was hit with “something metallic”.
“They almost killed me tonight,” Chisholm told the Oregonian.
While some of the anti-Trump protesters appear shocked at the violence and denounce it, others are heard quite clearly celebrating the attack.
“That’s how you talk to a Nazi! That’s right!” screams one, before gloating, “Your boy got knocked out!”
“Don’t lose the propaganda war!” shouts another, presumably aware that the attack makes anti-Trump demonstrators look bad.
“Wooo! Hunt the Nazis!” screams another man in celebration of the vicious assault.
“That’s right Nazi boy! Where’s your f***ing fuhrer now bitch!” yells another.
To add insult to injury, the demonstrators then began chanting “peaceful protest!” as the victim lay prostrate on the floor of the airport.
It seems probable that the legitimization of the attack was fueled by the mainstream media’s veneration of the violent attack on alt-right leader RIchard Spencer, who was punched in the face during an unprovoked attack at the inauguration.
Outlets like Newsweek and The Nation lauded the idea that punching people in the face was acceptable and to be encouraged, so long as you claim they’re a “Nazi”. Using violence to advance a political cause is otherwise known as terrorism.
The incident follows similar violence at Trump’s inauguration earlier this month when numerous Trump supporters were viciously attacked by self-proclaimed anarchists and far-left anti-Trump rioters.
Having been radicalized by the mainstream media’s legitimization of hysteria and violence, so long as it is directed towards Trump supporters, anti-Trump radicals are becoming more and more unhinged.
How long before these individuals adopt Weathermen-style tactics and replace fists and bricks with guns and bombs?

 Flashback: Anti-Trump Dems Opposed 
Vietnamese Refugees
 Dems said refugees shown more compassion than Americans, questioned lack of vetting
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
Despite their outrage over President Donald Trump’s executive order barring refugees from seven primarily Muslim countries, numerous far-left Democrats once opposed admitting refugees fleeing the collapse of South Vietnam.
While citizens of South Vietnam sought refuge in the United States following their country’s defeat by communist forces from North Vietnam, many liberal Democrats opposed efforts by Republican President Gerald Ford to admit them.
The group of Democrats included then-Governor of California Jerry Brown (who currently serves as the state’s governor), then-Delaware Senator Joe Biden, former Presidential candidate and South Dakota Senator George McGovern, and New York Representative Elizabeth Holtzman.

“As a rookie governor when Saigon fell in 1975 and the U.S. was flying Vietnamese refugees to America, Brown was outspokenly opposed,” reported the Los Angeles Times in 2015.
In particular, Brown said in 1975: “There is something a little strange about saying, ‘Let’s bring in 500,000 more people’ when we can’t take care of the 1 million [Californians] out of work.”
His administration even attempted to block planes carrying Vietnamese refugees from landing at Travis Air Force Base near San Francisco.
Julia Taft, who directed Ford’s Task Force on Indochinese refugee resettlement, told author Larry Engelmann in his book, Tears Before the Rain: An Oral History of the Fall of South Vietnam, “The new governor of California, Jerry Brown, was very concerned about refugees settling in his state.”
“Our biggest problem came from California,” Taft said during an interview with NPR in 2007.”They didn’t want any of these refugees, because they had also unemployment. They had already a large number of foreign-born people there.”
“They had – they said they had too many Hispanics, too many people on welfare, they didn’t want these people.”
In his attempt to settle Vietnamese refugees, President Ford also met resistance from many liberal Democratic members of Congress.
Liberal New York Representative Elizabeth Holtzman opposed helping the refugees, arguing “some of her constituents felt that the same assistance and compassion was not being shown to the elderly, unemployed and poor in this country.”
Delaware Senator (and, most recently, Vice President of the United States) Joe Biden tried to stall passage of the refugee bill in the Senate, complaining that he needed more details about the refugee situation because the Ford administration “had not informed Congress adequately about the number of refugees.”
Pennsylvania Representative Joshua Eilberg, the chairman of the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship and International Law, accused President Ford of acting “with unnecessary haste” in organizing the airlift of orphans from collapsing South Vietnam.
South Dakota Senator George McGovern, who was decisively defeated by Richard Nixon in the 1972 Presidential election, went so far as to introduce a bill to assist refugees who wished to return to the country, despite its occupation by North Vietnamese Communist forces, suggesting most of the refugees “would be better off going back to their own land.” 
 Trump Defends Refugee Order: 
"Nothing Nice About Searching For Terrorists"
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President Trump took to Twitter Monday to defend his temporary migrant ban from 7 countries known to host radical Islamic terrorists who have stated their intention to use the refugee crisis to gain entry to the US.
Trump noted that the problems with the travel chaos at some airports are not because of fallout from the ban, but rather due to a Delta computer outage:

Trump added that Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly has informed the President that “all is going well with very few problems”
Trump rounded off the second tweet with the words “MAKE AMERICA SAFE AGAIN.”

The President issued a third announcement declaring that there is “nothing nice about searching for terrorists before they can enter our country.”
Trump stated that he was carrying out policies he had promised during his campaign and urged detractors to “Study the world!”

The President also defended the fact that the 90 day ban was not announced ahead of time, saying it would have provided advance warning to terrorists.

Trump’s aides have praised the restraining order, which bars the admission of Syrian refugees and suspends travel to the United States from Syria, Iraq, Iran and four other countries.
One official told reporters “It really is a massive success story in terms of implementation on every single level.”
During a press briefing, the official who asked to remain anonymous, urged the media to stop “false, misleading, inaccurate, hyperventilating” coverage of the “fractional, marginal, minuscule percentage” of travelers who were “set aside for further questioning”.
 While Democrats and former Obama administration officials have decried the policy, it has been noted that Trump is using an Obama administration law, the same Obama DHS policy, and has identified the same 7 countries for a 90-day visa suspension that were picked out by The Obama administration under the Terrorist Travel Prevention Act.

 'Fake tears': Trump Mocks Chuck Schumer's Crying
‘Fake tears’: Trump Mocks Chuck Schumer’s Crying 
'There’s about a five percent chance that it was real...'
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 Senator Chuck Schumer cried crocodile tears when he publicly 
criticized the Trump administration’s travel ban, President Donald Trump
 alleged Monday.
“I noticed Chuck Schumer yesterday with fake tears,” Trump said. “I’m gonna ask him who is his acting coach. Cause I know him very well. I don’t see him as a crier. If he is, he’s a different man. There’s about a five percent chance that it was real, but I think they were fake tears.”
At a Sunday press conference, the New York senator surrounded himself with children and delivered a watery-eyed testimony calling the travel ban “mean-spirited,” and “un-American.”
“It was implemented in a way that created chaos and confusion across the country,” he stated.
“This is one of the most backward and nasty executive orders that the president has issued.”
“Tears are running down the cheeks of the Statue of Liberty tonight as a grand tradition of America, welcoming immigrants, that has existed since America was founded, has been stomped upon,” Schumer said.
On Friday, the Trump administration enacted a travel ban halting flights from seven nations which the Obama administration had identified as terror-prone countries.
Sean Spicer Interview: Trump Won't 
'Apologize For Putting Safety of This Country First'
 Trump Copy’s Obama Muslim Ban, Media Flips
Why People are Protesting the Travel Ban
Feminists Chant Allahu Akbar, Call For Trump 
to Open Borders; Converting to Islam
Acting attorney general tells DOJ not to defend 
Pres. Trump's travel ban
 Published on Jan 30, 2017
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates told the Justice Department not to defend President Trump's executive order on immigration in court. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joined CBSN to break down what could happen next.

 Published on Jan 30, 2017
Sub for more: | This is HUGE! Trump just fired the acting attorney General! In a statement released by the White house moments ago regarding the Appointment of Dana Boente as Acting Attorney General they declared, “The acting Attorney General, Sally Yates, has betrayed the Department of Justice by refusing to enforce a legal order designed to protect the citizens of the United States. This order was approved as to form and legality by the Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel.”