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Revolt of the Deplorables: Clinton & Ryan heckled; Trump cheered

On September 10, 2016, her mask slipping, Hillary Clinton actually called millions of Americans, over whom she wants to rule as president, “a basket of deplorables” who are “irredeemable” racists, homophobes and jingoists because they deign to support her opponent, Donald Trump.


On October 7, 2016, an audio of Trump making lewd remarks of a married woman 11 years ago, was leaked to the media. Trump made those crude remarks in a supposedly private conversation with the weasel-faced Billy Bush, a correspondent for the trashy TV show, Access Hollywood. Coincidentally (or not), Billy Bush is the nephew of former president George H.W. Bush, who reportedly has said he will vote for Hillary Clinton.

The audio immediately was seized on by the MSM, who no longer even pretend to conceal their pro-Hillary stance. Never mind that their lord and savior, Barack Obama, had PUBLICLY talked about “eating p*ssy,” and their ball-busting mistress, Hillary Clinton, spews cruder and lewder obscenities to the faces of the Secret Service agents who risk their lives to protect her.

See “Obama, in a fake black accent, talked about ‘eating p*ssy’; Hillary spews obscenities at Secret Service agents

Being the eunuchs that they are, GOP elites almost soiled their pants. John McCain withdrew his endorsement of Trump, as the #NeverTrump RINOs bleat that, with only a month before the November 8 election, Trump must drop out of the presidential race.

Not being stupid, the Deplorables, aka the American people, see right through this faux scandal and the faux outrage of the MSM and RINOs. As an anonymous Facebook post says:

“We don’t care if the guy swears… or how many times he’s been married…or who he voted for, or what his income tax return shows. We want the problems fixed. Yes he’s an egomaniac, but we don’t care.[…]

We don’t care that Trump is crude, we don’t care that he has changed positions, we don’t care that he fights with Megyn Kelly, Rosie O’Donnell, and so many of the elected establishment. We don’t care that Rubio, Ryan, the Bushes, and so many other top old and new Republicans refuse to endorse him for their own selfish reasons, and we know what they are. […]

We’re sick of politicians, sick of the Democratic and Republican Party. […] Americans are no longer going to be fooled, and the movement is out to change the direction we’re taking. […] This may be our only chance to have a non-politician, despite his flaws, try and correct the mess, at least for 4 years. We must take the shot, because the consequences of putting Hillary Clinton in office are frightening.”

See “Why Trump supporters don’t care that he made a lewd remark about a married woman 11 years ago“.

Yesterday, (Saturday, Oct. 8), the Deplorables revolted and made their voices heard.

At his Fall Fest event in Elkhorn,Wisconsin, RINO House Speaker Paul Ryan kicked off his speech by making mention of the “elephant in the room,” and called Trump’s locker-room banter with Billy Bush “a troubling situation.”

The crowd of Deplorables responded by heckling Ryan with chants of “Trump!,” “God bless Trump,” and “See ya, Paul! Jackass!”. (Breitbart)

Also yesterday, while campaigning for Hillary in an early voting event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bill Clinton was heckled by protesters shouting,

“Bill Clinton is a rapist!”

In the midst of criticizing Trump’s position on global warming, Clinton was notably jarred when he was interrupted by two individuals in the audience, one of whom carried a Bill Clinton Rape poster.

As Clinton began a sentence saying, “No one can dispute the fact…,” a person in the audience shouts, “That you’re a rapist!,” followed by another yelling, “Bill Clinton is a rapist!”

This is the second time in 3 days that Bill Clinton has been heckled during a rally for Hillary. Earlier this week during a campaign event in Canton, Ohio, a woman interrupted the former president by shouting, “Bill Clinton is a rapist!”. The woman was holding a display also bearing those words. (InfoWars)

Meanwhile, a large and raucous crowd of Trump supporters rallied outside of Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan on Saturday afternoon. The crowd was so big that people spilled from the sidewalk into the street, with only a metal security barrier keeping them from the Fifth Avenue traffic.


Even the NYPD shouted their support:


While in Bakersfield, California, at the Bakersfield Business Conference, thousands of people cheered for Trump to stay in the race.

Jim Stinson of PoliZette observes:

“The response from the [conference] attendees, mostly conservative voters, shows a potentially large disconnect between ordinary Americans and elites on the issue of Trump’s character revelations. Many in the media and political leaders have said Trump should leave the ticket after disclosure of lewd talk on a bus 11 years ago. […] But so far, the voters don’t seem moved.”

According to a Politico/Morning Consult poll conducted yesterday, a remarkable number of people had heard about the leaked audio of Trump’s lewd remarks. There is also an equally remarkable polarization:

  • Overall, 45% think Trump should not drop out of the presidential race, while 39% think he should.
  • 70% of Democrats say Trump should end his campaign, but just 12% of Republicans — and 13% of female Republicans — agree.

~Deplorable Dr. Eowyn

Did former Pres. George H. W. Bush really make throat-slash gesture at Donald Trump?

Someone made a video purportedly showing former President George Herbert Walker Bush making a throat-slashing gesture with his right hand at the GOP debate in Houston, Texas, on Thursday night, Feb. 25, 2016.

Since Bush’s son Jeb had already dropped out of the race, some say Bush’s throat slashing was a threat directed at Donald Trump.

Some blogs claim that the camera had captured Bush in a candid moment and Bush wasn’t aware he was being filmed. Those blogs also claim that after the throat-slash gesture had been discovered, the gesture was deleted from videos of the debate. Neither is true.

I always prefer the primary source, instead of someone’s secondary account or, in this case, a snippet taken from who knows what video and from who knows what point in the video. So I went looking for the full CNN video of the debate to see if I can find and confirm that Bush actually had made that hand gesture.

In the video below, at the 0:28 mark, host Wolf Blitzer introduces Bush and wife Barbara. Bush first waves at the crowd with his left hand, then makes what seems to be the throat-slash gesture at the 1:00 mark:

Note: CNN/Telemundo has disabled the YouTube video from being viewed on FOTM, but you can watch it on the CNN website here. I urge you to go there and watch it. It’ll take only 1 minute of your time. Click here!

According to Wikipedia, the throat slash gesture can have two meanings:

  1. To indicate strong disapproval, extreme anger, or displeasure with others or with oneself.
  2. A signal to stop filming or broadcasting, i.e. “cut”.

In the context of the video, Bush made that gesture when Blitzer introduced him to the crowd, which suggests the gesture was directed at the crowd.

It’s not clear to me that Bush was making the throat-slash gesture. If he was making the throat-slash gesture and meant it as a threat against Trump, then it was brazen, in full view of the crowd — which makes no sense.

What do you think?

H/t FOTM‘s josephbc69

Update (Sept. 23, 2016):

See “Betrayal: Former Republican president George H.W. Bush will vote for Hillary Clinton“.


Barbara Bush says she loves Bill Clinton

presidents & FLPOSAmerica’s Ruling Class at the George W. Bush Presidential Library dedication, Dallas, Texas, April 25, 2013. 

In July 2010, an article in the American Spectator, “America’s Ruling Class — And the Perils of Revolution,” was the talk of the town after talk radio titan Rush Limbaugh spoke about and promoted it.

Written by Boston University Professor Emeritus , the article maintained that the real divide in America is not so much between liberals and conservatives as between the bipartisan political ruling class vs. the American people.

Whereas the majority of the American people are religious (Christians) and patriotic, the bipartisan ruling “regime class” — stripped of their lip-service rhetoric — are irreligious; arrogant and contemptuous of the American people; and love neither America nor her people. [Read an excerpt of Codevilla’s long article here.]

Here’s the latest example.

An Investor’s Business Daily editorial by Andrew Malcolm draws our attention to an interview that former First Lady Barbara Bush gave to C-SPAN for its series of profiles on America’s first ladies. Barbara’s segment airs on C-SPAN and C-SPAN3 tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern.

In an excerpt from the interview, Mrs. Bush gushed about how she and her husband George H.W. Bush have become “great friends” with Bill Clinton.

She then made excuses for Bill, saying, “Before you’re critical of someone, you should remember that they did not have the advantages you had as a child — a loving mother and father. Bill’s father wasn’t around, and I think Bill thinks George a little bit is like the father he didn’t have. He’s [Bill] very loving to him.”

Then, Barbara Bush said, “I love Bill Clinton.” [1:07 mark]

Excuse me while I go throw up . . . .  svomit_100-121

By the way, there’s a rumor that Barbara Bush is the (unacknowledged) daughter of British occultist satanist Aleister Crowley, which would make George W. Bush Crowley’s grandson.


Agenda 21: Heroic Ann Bressington, Australian MP – Names the NWO Gang

It’s been an amazing year in the fight against the UN Agenda 21-Sustainable Development juggernaut.  As public awareness has grown through the efforts of citizen activists from both sides of the political spectrum, political parties and legislators are taking a stand.  You can find the  anti-Agenda 21 legislation here, 

They’re fighting it in Australia, too.  Member of Parliament, Ann Bressington, spells out the totalitarian plan chronologically and names the names of the perpetrators  quoting NWO boy, George H.W. Bush, ” There will be a profound reorientation of all human activity.”

In the face of the pushback by average citizens and legislators, the UN-USA Executive Director, Patrick Madden, posted an article in March, 2012 calling the people taking a stand against  UN Agenda 21 conspiracy theory wackos and called supporters of Agenda 21 “… we do need to be vocal and vigorous in defense of the UN to ensure the facts are set straight and our message is heard. You can do this by speaking at city council meetings or writing a Letter to the Editor and op-ed, specifically tailored to debunking the Agenda 21.” 

It’s going to be an uphill battle for the UN boys.  It’s hard to debunk a conspiracy when videos of United Nations strongman Maurice Strong, reveals himself as a conspirator in pushing the true agenda behind Agenda 21. 


Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, coalition forces leader during Persian Gulf War, dies.

Sorry Folks a bit late on this.      ~Steve~

Published December 28, 2012



Americans mourned a military legend after retired Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf died Thursday at age 78, leaving behind a legacy that most famously included driving Saddam Hussein’s forces out of Kuwait.

Schwarzkopf died, in Tampa, from complications from pneumonia. He was remembered not only for his impressive military record, but his intelligence, his modesty and his warmth and dedication to fellow servicemembers.

“His epitaph should read that he was a soldier who loved solders,” retired Gen. Bob Scales, who knew the late general, told Fox News.

Nicknamed “Stormin’ Norman,” Schwarzkopf went on after he retired to support various national causes and children’s charities while eschewing the spotlight and resisting efforts to draft him to run for political office.

He lived out a quiet retirement in Tampa, where he’d served his last military assignment and where an elementary school bearing his name is testament to his standing in the community.

Schwarzkopf capped an illustrious military career by commanding the U.S.-led international coalition that drove Hussein’s forces out of Kuwait in 1991 — but he’d managed to keep a low profile in the public debate over the second Gulf War against Iraq, saying at one point that he doubted victory would be as easy as the White House and the Pentagon predicted.

Former President H.W. Bush, who has been in an intensive care unit in Texas, called the general a “distinguished member of that Long Gray Line hailing from West Point.”

“General Norm Schwarzkopf, to me, epitomized the ‘duty, service, country’ creed that has defended our freedom and seen this great Nation through our most trying international crises. More than that, he was a good and decent man — and a dear friend,” Bush said.

President Obama described Schwarzkopf as an “American original.”

“From his decorated service in Vietnam to the historic liberation of Kuwait and his leadership of United States Central Command, General Schwarzkopf stood tall for the country and Army he loved,” Obama said in a statement.

Schwarzkopf was named commander in chief of U.S. Central Command at Tampa’s MacDill Air Force Base in 1988, overseeing the headquarters for U.S. military and security concerns in nearly two dozen countries stretching across the Middle East to Afghanistan and the rest of central Asia, plus Pakistan.

When Saddam invaded Kuwait two years later to punish it for allegedly stealing Iraqi oil reserves, Schwarzkopf commanded Operation Desert Storm, the coalition of some 30 countries organized by President George H.W. Bush that succeeded in driving the Iraqis out.

At the peak of his postwar national celebrity, Schwarzkopf — a self-proclaimed political independent — rejected suggestions that he run for office, and remained far more private than other generals, although he did serve briefly as a military commentator for NBC.

While focused primarily on charitable enterprises in his later years, he campaigned for President George W. Bush in 2000, but was ambivalent about the 2003 invasion of Iraq. In early 2003 he told The Washington Post that the outcome was an unknown: “What is postwar Iraq going to look like, with the Kurds and the Sunnis and the Shiites? That’s a huge question, to my mind. It really should be part of the overall campaign plan.”

Initially Schwarzkopf had endorsed the invasion, saying he was convinced that Secretary of State Colin Powell had given the United Nations powerful evidence of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. After that proved false, he said decisions to go to war should depend on what U.N. weapons inspectors found.

He seldom spoke up during the conflict, but in late 2004 he sharply criticized Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and the Pentagon for mistakes that included erroneous judgments about Iraq and inadequate training for Army reservists sent there.

“In the final analysis I think we are behind schedule. … I don’t think we counted on it turning into jihad (holy war),” he said in an NBC interview.

Schwarzkopf was born Aug. 24, 1934, in Trenton, N.J., where his father, Col. H. Norman Schwarzkopf Jr., founder and commander of the New Jersey State Police, was then leading the investigation of the Lindbergh kidnap case. That investigation ended with the arrest and 1936 execution of German-born carpenter Richard Hauptmann for murdering famed aviator Charles Lindbergh’s infant son.


Is Agenda 21 the New World Order End Game?

The United Nations convenes the Agenda 21 twentieth year celebration on June 20th, seven days from today.  It is called Rio+20. 

This video shows the world leaders have been working towards this “New World Order” for a very, very long time.    The 1919 book by Samuel Batten Zane , “New World Order” is in the public domain, has been digitized by Google, and can be downloaded as a pdf file.

The Face of Agenda 21

Do You Trust This Man?

His name is Sha Zukang.  He is the U.N. under-secretary-general heading the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, and is the secretary-general of the U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development, also known as Rio+20 At Rio.  This is what he wrote about the Rio+20 Conference taking place in Brazil later this month:

 I hope to see action on how to advance a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication. Indeed, action on a range of issues are calling for attention: decent jobs, especially for the nearly 80 million young people entering the workforce every year, social protection schemes, social inclusion; energy access, efficiency and sustainability; food security and sustainable agriculture; sound water management; sustainable cities; protection and management of the oceans; and improved resilience and disaster preparedness.

Governments will also need to decide what institutional framework can best advance the sustainable development agenda, and provide space for civil society and the private sector to play their role.

Indeed, all sectors of society can and must engage on these issues. Business and industry can develop technologies that help transform the world for the better, generate green jobs, and positively influence society through corporate social responsibility.

FOTM has other posts on this “Fearless Leader.” See: