Donald Trump… is forcing our attention nationally!

Under usual circumstances, a national political "race" would not interest much of us (here on this website) in modern America... especially not a year before the election. I'm not sure we've ever seen anything like this before? Things are really starting to heat up folks! Donald Trump (IMO) has been a Godsend... and he's obviously fracturing the "country" even further along the dividing lines of race. Not that it needed much help. But with everything happening right now in this political circus, on our "college" campus's (ie football stadiums), along with a "Refugee" invasion plan and potential ISIS operation here in the States... we're looking at some fireworks here! This next year might just prove to be the most interesting political race in the history of America. And get a look at how all the Cucks and SJW's are responding...

3 Comments on Donald Trump… is forcing our attention nationally!

  1. “GETOUTTA HERE!” – BWAHAHAHAHAHA
    How does that Dire Straits song go = “that’s the way you do it”

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  2. Hey Faggot Cousins, it ain’t hard to get on the no-fly list, but illegally crossing the southern border with no ID or fake ID and having a criminal record you are good to go.

    And you can obtain government benefits which are really hard working (mainly racist white) Americans blood,sweat, and tears.

    Even if you are some how caught, your odds of getting deported are close to zero — it’s just highly unlikely to happen”.

    We don’t even know how many are here illegally.

    But, you can be put on the no-fly list without your knowledge, and getting off it is extremely difficult.

    AGAIN: We don’t even know how many are on it.

    For those on the list; many times, people don’t find out until they’re denied boarding at the airport.

    A federal court ruled in favor of 13 people who claimed the government violated their constitutional rights to travel by placing them on the no-fly list.
    The government was ordered to tell the plaintiffs whether they’re on the list, spell out the reasons they are barred from travel, and to give them a chance to challenge the government finding.

    8 ways to get on the list.

    1. BEING SUSPECTED OF DIRECT TERRORIST ACTIVITY

    This one may be obvious, but of course known terrorists end up on the no-fly list. The man who tried to bomb a Northwest Airlines flight in 2009 and the man convicted of planting a car bomb in Times Square in 2010 both were on the no-fly list (they were able to board planes anyway).

    2. TRAVEL TO WRONG COUNTRY

    Frequent trips to a known trouble spot can raise a red flag. “If you travel to certain places, the likelihood is you get more scrutiny”.

    3. SOMETHING YOU SAID?

    There are numerous complaints from non-violent political activists who say they ended up on a no-fly list for something they said. Former Princeton University professor Walter Murphy was denied a boarding pass in Newark International Airport. He suspects it was because of a high-profile lecture he gave that had been critical of then-President Bush. In 2012, Wade Hicks, the spouse of a Navy lieutenant, claimed he was told he was on a no-fly list. He thinks it was because of comments he made about 9/11.

    4. HAVE A SIMILAR NAME TO SOMEONE ON THE NO-FLY LIST

    This is a common complaint from those who claim they are on the no-fly list unjustly. “If you have a name which is similar in sound or spelling or in phonetical interpretation to someone who probably legitimately should be on the list, you’re at risk for finding yourself on the list”.

    5. NOT BECOMING AN INFORMANT

    According to a federal lawsuit heard in New York, four Muslims say they were put on the no-fly because they refused to spy for the FBI. The men’s names were removed from the list but they sued FBI agents for damages.

    6. CLERICAL ERROR

    According to a lawsuit detailed in Wired magazine, a Stanford University doctoral student was placed on the no-fly list in 2004. After seven years of federal lawsuits, it was determined she was unjustly put on the list because an FBI agent had checked the wrong box on a form.

    7. LAW ENFORCEMENT ISSUES

    You may not even have to be suspected of terrorism to get on a no-fly list. “In some cases, people have either open warrants or some other characteristic indicating criminal activity and then they find themselves on this list.

    8. CONTROVERSIAL TWEETS?

    The government guidelines barred agencies from blacklisting people based on information that is “unreliable or not credible.” But it does point out that social media posts “should not automatically be discounted” when deciding whether someone belongs on a blacklist. Agencies are instructed to “evaluate the credibility of the source, as well as the nature and specificity of the information, and nominate even if that source is uncorroborated.

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  3. Hey Faggot Cousins do you not know how to READ crime statistics ??????
    To you they are only a sign of eeeeevil SWASTIKAS.

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