Florida: A school bus aide allegedly yanked a Trump hat off of a 14-year old student’s head who was celebrating hat day at his school while other students were allowed to wear their different hats. The school will not allow the student’s mother to see the video of the incident until after the school district completed its investigation. The bus aide apologized and admitted she overreacted. Trump supporters have been dealing with confrontations and even assault from leftists since his presidential campaign began in 2015.
A school bus aide allegedly yanked a Trump hat off a 14-year-old student’s head who was celebrating hat day and his “pride in Trump’s America.”
Immediately after boarding the bus, the aide shouted “boy, if you
don’t take that hat off this bus,” according to surveillance footage
that is part of the incident’s investigation.
“I was really confused, I was like ‘I can’t wear this?’” Said the student. “She, like, threatened me with a referral and threatened to turn the bus around.”
“I said ‘write me up, I didn’t do anything wrong,’ and then she yanked my hat off. It was crazy.”
Mainstream news reported that he had hosted a dinner party the night before the attack to watch mass-shooting videos. Six Saudi nationals were also arrested, including three who were seen filming the shooting.
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Refugee Resettlement Watch urges everyone to contact the governors of theirs states and then contact county executives or commissioners. Sample letters are provided, but must be modified to make it clear you are against the refugee program.
The cost to American taxpayers is estimated at $79,600 PER REFUGEE in the first 5 years of resettlement. Americans are being forced by their leaders to pay for the destruction of their own economy and their culture. Voters finally may have the right to say no.
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Stefan Molyneux will shock your sensibilities at several levels with this analysis of why the collectivist left always wins. (This applies to all types of collectivists – Nazis, Fascists, etc,) There is some gutter language here, but that is overshadowed by Molyneaux’s hammer blows against dignified and non-controversial opposition to the relentless, violent, and murderous collectivist left. Hear him out and judge for yourself.
The Democracy Alliance, a top left-wing donor group, listed Medicare for all, free college and reparations for black Americans on its list of goals for 2022. The Democracy Alliance is a secretive, network of over 100 progressive donors who spend at least $200,000 per year on groups the Democracy Alliance vets and recommends. Members of the covert group include George Soros, Tom Steyer, Norman Lear, Rob Reiner, Drummond Pike, founder of the Tides Foundation, and Rob Stein, a former Clinton Treasury official.