Category: Trump Haters

VIDEO The Left Hates You. Act Accordingly… – I don’t play the left’s game – Great Service Vilifying Trump’s Nominees

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The Left Hates You. Act Accordingly…What Are YOU Gonna Do ‘Bout It?


They hate you.

Leftists don’t merely disagree with you. They don’t merely feel you are misguided. They don’t think you are merely wrong. They hate you. They want you enslaved and obedient, if not dead. Once you get that, everything that is happening now will make sense. And you will understand what you need to be ready to do.

You are normal, and therefore a heretic. You refuse to bow to their idols, to subscribe to their twisted catechisms, to praise their false gods. This is unforgivable. You must burn.

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Crazy talk? Just ask them. Go ahead. Go on social media. Find a leftist – it’s easy. Just say something positive about America or Jesus and they’ll come swarming like locusts. Engage them and very quickly they will drop their masks and tell you…

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Four Black Youths Arrested For Beating Trump Supporter in the Street (VIDEO)

(Gateway Pundit) – Last Wednesday after Republican Donald Trump won the national election a group of four black youths beat 49 Year-old David Wilcox in Chicago.

The youths were screaming, “You voted Trump! You voted Trump!” as they beat his ass in the street.

Wilcox later told reporters he got out of his car to exchange insurance information when he was brutally attacked.



Wilcox suffered scrapes and deep bruises over much of his body.


Now four people have been charged in the violent beating.
The Daily Mail reported:

Four people have been charged in the videotaped beating of a man as bystanders yelled ‘Don’t vote Trump’, Chicago police say.

Julian Christian, 26, along with 21-year-old Rajane Lewis, 20-year-old Dejuan Collins and a 17-year-old girl who wasn’t identified were each charged with vehicular hijacking in the November 9 incident, authorities say.

Christian is from Broadview, Illinois, and Lewis and Collins are from Chicago.

The attack happened in the 1100 block of South Kedzie Avenue, ABC30 reports.

David Wilcox, 49, says he was attacked after another car scraped his. He says he was beaten after parking and asking the other driver if they had insurance.

He told the Chicago Tribune: ‘The car pulled up next to me, we side-swiped each other, but they hit my car. I put the car in park, the light was red, I got out of the car.

‘One of the guys – African-American at the bus stop – said “Yeah, that’s one of those white boy Trump supporters.”

‘And I said “What does that have to do with this accident? I just want to exchange insurance.”

Someone drove off with Wilcox’s car after his beating.

High school students’ mock Trump assassination highlights post-election bullying, harassment | Fox News

A skit performed in a south Texas high school English class that portrayed the assassination of Donald Trump is just one of the latest cases of K-12 election hysteria.

Officials at San Antonio’s Marshall High School claim they took “appropriate action” following the skit, in which a student dressed as Trump was shot by a classmate, complete with gunfire sound effects from a cellphone. But some parents say harsher punishment was warranted, and critics worry that political polarization has found its way into schools.


“Honestly I have run out of words to describe how angry I am and how shocked I am that they’re still in school today,” parent Melinda Bean told the San Antonio Express-News.

The misguided skit was just one in a slew of controversial acts happening across the country in the wake of Trump’s win over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Election Day.

Most media coverage following Trump’s victory has focused on sometimes violent protests in cities around the country, but it is now clear the election’s reverberations are being felt all the way down to elementary schools.

  • Students at a Detroit-area middle school reportedly chanted “build the wall” last week, in an apparent reference to Trump’s call for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
  • White students at a central Pennsylvania technical high school reportedly chanted “white power” in the hallways and referred to students of other races as their slaves.
  • A 15-year-old Maryland boy wearing a Trump “Make America Great Again” hat was reportedly beaten by a group of high school students.
  • Last week, a California high school student was also attacked after she expressed her support for Trump, in an attack captured on cellphone video.

Experts in child development and psychology say that this type of bullying has occurred in the past, this year it has taken on a more ominous tone and been seen a greater scale given how divisive the presidential campaign season was.

“This election was unusually nasty,” Judith Myers-Walls, a professor emerita of human development and family studies at Purdue University told “It was in many ways at a child’s level with the candidates at times acting like they were in pre-school.”

Myers-Walls said that with the pervasive media coverage and constant presence of the candidates on television, the Internet and social media, it is no wonder that young students picked up slogans – “Build the Wall” and “Lock Her Up” are just two examples – without even truly grasping what they mean.

It’s important, Myers-Walls said, that both parents and educators talk to students when they see them expressing these types of behavior and it’s even more important to know when to introduce them to what’s going on in regards to politics.




“You need to get a sense of where they are and what they feel about certain issues,” she said. “A lot of times children have some ideas that adults wouldn’t even think about.”



Source: High school students’ mock Trump assassination highlights post-election bullying, harassment | Fox News

Ohio man charged with threatening ‘to assassinate Trump’ on Twitter

Ohio man charged with threatening 'to assassinate Trump' on Twitter

An Ohio man was in court Thursday after reportedly threatening to kill President-elect Donald Trump on Twitter.

Zachary Benson, 24, could face five years in prison if convicted of the federal charge of making threats against the president and successors to the presidency, NBC News said.

The U.S. Secret Service said Benson sent the tweet early Nov. 9, the morning after Trump’s surprising Election Day victory, according to an affidavit included in the criminal complaint.

Benson has since deleted his Twitter account, but the Secret Service reproduced the tweet targeting Trump and others vowing more general violence in the affidavit.

“My life goal is to assassinate Trump,” the tweet allegedly says. “Don’t care if I serve infinite sentences. That man deserves to decease [sic] existing.”

Investigators said Benson realized when he awoke later Nov. 9 he had “went too far” and immediately erased the social media posts. The Secret Service was alerted to the tweets beforehand, however, with Benson admitting he posted them.

Benson allegedly told Secret Service agents he “never had any intentions behind any of the posts.”

NBC News said Benson, who hails from the Cleveland suburb of Fairview Park, was ordered held on $20,000 unsecured bond Thursday in U.S. District Court in Cleveland.

Benson was “just frustrated thinking about how President-elect Trump’s policies could affect [his] job,” according to the affidavit, which did not specify Benson’s profession.

NBC News added Benson waived a preliminary hearing and will face a federal grand jury. No follow-up court date was set.

Ohio Man Charged

Violent Democrats Continue to Cry Victim While Brutalizing Trump Supporters by Cassandra Fairbanks | Nov 16, 2016

Anyone who wants to “make America great again” has become a target of mob violence — fueled by false media narratives — and the attacks have continued over a week after the nation chose Donald Trump as our new president.


On Tuesday, a man on a subway in New York City was attacked by two men for wearing a white MAGA hat.

Corey Cataldo, 24, was choked and viciously assaulted over his political views, and nobody on the train did anything to help him.

“He asked me if I’m a Trump supporter. I said ‘yeah’ and thought he’d say ‘me too.’ People have been doing that,” Cataldo told the local ABC affiliate. “But no. This man was not a Trump supporter.”

“The next thing I know, I have hands around my neck and I’m being choked,” Cataldo continued. “I try to fight him off, and another gentleman comes over, pretends like he’s going to help me and says ‘get off of him.’ He shoves me up against the wall, up against the window.”

The two men have not yet been located by police. Cataldo, an electrician, has been suffering from pain in his shoulder since the attack.

On Thursday, Thomas Arrington, another New Yorker and a black student at Queensborough Community College was also assaulted for his support of Trump. Arrington is an upstanding citizen by all acounts and was honored by the city for his volunteer work just last week.

“I was accosted, threatened with being lit on fire, and almost lit on fire for wearing a Make America Great Again hat. This on a campus with a holocaust museum,” Arrington told the Observer.

“On Thursday, I was just having a discussion and some guys came up and said they were going to light my hat on fire,” Arrington continued. “I ignored them. Then one of the guys flanked me, came up behind me with a lighter in his hand. I reported it. And when I followed up with the dean, I saw that the sergeant [who took the report] didn’t even file the report.”

In Rockville, Maryland, another round of high school walkouts was underway on Wednesday when a 15-year-old student in a MAGA hat was jumped by four student protesters — as they ironically chanted “love trumps hate.”

Hundreds of students had walked out of Richard Montgomery High School, for the second day of walkouts in the school district.

When the protesters spotted their fellow student wearing a Trump hat, they surrounded him — throwing him to the ground and punching and kicking him while he was down.

“They jumped him and beat him up pretty bad,” Max Stucky, a bystander who witnessed the attack, told local station WTOP.

None of the violent anti-Trump bullies have yet been arrested. The student was taken to the hospital in an ambulance while clutching the back of his head.

In Portland, rioters over the weekend attacked multiple members of the press — and threatened anyone who would dare to film their violent and petulant antics.

As we have previously reported, several other students across the nation have also been attacked for supporting our new president-elect.

It is important to remind these “protesters” that the dictionary definition of terrorism is “the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.”

Violent Democrats Continue to Cry Victim While Brutalizing Trump Supporters

Atlanta Man Jokes About Voting For Trump. Gets Shot To Death | The Daily Caller

Mitchell Mormon Jr. was gunned down outside of a popular, Atlanta, Georgia, bar early Sunday morning shortly after entering into an argument over Donald Trump’s immigration plan.

Shaunita Walker, who had accompanied Mormon on a date Saturday night, was also injured in the shooting and explained to WSBTV how the murder happened

According to Walker, Mormon and the shooter began arguing outside the bar, Church, after the shooter made an inappropriate comment about Walker.

Mormon reportedly joked to the man — whom Walker identified as Hispanic — that he had voted for Trump and that he would be deported within the next week.

Walker claimed that the shooter then walked around the corner and, upon his return, started firing.

“I heard the first shot and it went into my arm, and I just grabbed my arm and I just began to scream,” Walker stated. “And then I heard two more shots and I saw Mitchell on the ground, and I’m just screaming, ‘somebody please help us! Somebody please help him!’”

Walker is not sure that Mormon’s Trump comment specifically sparked the shooting and told authorities their attacker was clearly intent on “causing chaos” from the outset of the argument.

Police are still searching for the shooter and two other men — captured by security camera’s outside Church — who are believed to have knowledge of his identity.

Source: Atlanta Man Jokes About Voting For Trump. Gets Shot To Death | The Daily Caller

Man wearing Donald Trump ‘Make America Great Again’ hat choked, pinned on NYC subway 5 train |

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 06:50PM

A man says he was attacked by two men while riding the New York City subway because he was wearing a Donald Trump hat.

Corey Cataldo, 24, of the Bronx, said he was riding the uptown 5 train from Union Square to Morris Park Friday, when another rider on the subway spotted his “Make America Great Again” hat and apparently didn’t like it.

He spoke exclusively on television for Eyewitness News reporter Lucy Yang.

Cataldo explained that the situation heated up as the train got close to the 138th Street/Grand Concourse station.

“He asked me if I’m a Trump supporter. I said ‘yeah’ and thought he’d say ‘me too.’ People have been doing that,” Cataldo said. “But no. This man was not a Trump supporter.”

Cataldo said the man stood up and became flustered.

“The next thing I know, I have hands around my neck and I’m being choked,” Cataldo said. “I try to fight him off, and another gentleman comes over, pretends like he’s going to help me and says ‘get off of him.’ He shoves me up against the wall, up against the window.”

He said no one on the train did anything to help. He was finally able to escape.

The NYPD has been notified of the incident, and they’re looking for the two men involved.

Cataldo, who is an electrician, said he is still able to work but he has lingering pain in his shoulder following the incident.

He said he has “a lot” of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” ball caps, and has given out many to show support for his now president-elect.

Source: Man wearing Donald Trump ‘Make America Great Again’ hat choked, pinned on NYC subway 5 train |