Bishop James E. Dukes of Chicago’s Liberation Christian Center Urges Chicago Mayor to Remove George Washington Statue
AND THIS IS WHERE IT IS INTENDED TO GO, THE NED GAME … REMOVING THE FOUNDING FATHERS FROM HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
The other day during the press conference President Donald Trump asked, when does the taking down of statues stop (VIDEO)? The MSM and late night talk show idiots laughed and made jokes. Now a Chicago pastor has answered that question, they want a statue of George Washington, our first President, removed from a park and the park renamed. the far-Left is not going to stop until they have removed all of the history as they go after Our Founding Fathers. Why? Because George Washington owned slaves. UNREAL This is where it ends. These people hate America. The pastor also wanted President Andrew Jackson’s name removed from a local park. Of course he did. America, wake the hell up … this i the end game of the LEFT!
The pastor also suggested Washington Park could be named after former Mayor Harold Washington, and Jackson Park could be named after civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson or singer Michael Jackson. Really? A park named after an individual suspected of child molestation? If this wasn’t so serious, it would be laughable.
Just curious, is one of the issues that the liberal MSM and the LEFT have with Trump is that he is always ahead of them and gets it right? Also, the fact that he has a backbone, unlike many Republicans, and stands up to them. A note to the Republican party, that’s why Donald Trump was elected, he has CO-JONES!
President Trump’s question to reporters on Tuesday about the possibility of tearing down historical monuments has been answered by a Chicago pastor: “It’s time.”
Bishop James E. Dukes of Chicago’s Liberation Christian Center made headlines in the Windy City on Wednesday for calling on Mayor Rahm Emanuel to rename Washington Park and remove a statue of the first U.S. president over his ties to slavery. Mr. Dukes told his Facebook flock that “it’s time” after Mr. Trump sparred with reporters over efforts to expunge Civil War-era monuments from existence.
“This week it’s Robert E. Lee. I noticed that Stonewall Jackson is coming down. I wonder is it George Washington next week and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know, you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?” Mr. Trump asked reporters on Tuesday as he spoke on last weekend’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Protests over the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. resulted in the killing of Heather Heyer, 32, when suspect James Alex Fields, 20, plowed his vehicle into a crowd.
“It’s time. Please read my letter to Mayor Rahm Emanuel and The Chicago Park District,” Mr. Dukes wrote on Facebook Tuesday night. “I’m calling on them to change the names of Washington and Jackson Park. Slave owners do not deserve the honor of our children playing in parks named after them. There is no way a Native American Community would allow a General Custer Park or a Jewish Community allow a Gestapo Park in their community.”
KRAUTHAMMER PRAISES TRUMP …
Syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer, an individual who is hardly pro-Trump, had nothing but praise for President Donald Trump’s speech in Poland. Krauthammer stated, Trump was praising The West, not just the United States. Krauthammer went on to say that Trump’s speech was one of the most anti-Russian speech since Ronald Reagan. Krauthammer went on to sy that Trump savaged Russia for their past actions against the Poles, the 40 years of Soviet occupation and present day. Thus dispelling the notion of Democrats and the LEFT that Trump is in bed with Putin and Russia. The images and words make that almost impossible to believe.
Sorry, the LEFT is going to have a hard time spinning this speech to the common sense people of the United States and the world.
HMM, IS THIS A TRICK QUESTION?
A new McClatchy-Marist poll finds what we already know about current politics of today, its polarized. According to the poll, some consider Obama great, however, plenty find him among the worst. Personally, I would never consider him great, as I would challenge those who do to name what he did to attain greatness? During his presidency Obama increased the national debt more than all previous presidents combined. His signature piece of legislation, Obamacare, is a disaster and imploding. It will eventually be repealed and replaced. As Obama leaves office, the Democrat party is in ruin. As we ring in 2017, the Republican party will control the presidency, the House, the Senate, the state governors and the state legislatures. The Democrat party has been pushed far left and has no bench as well. The 8 years of Obama can best be described as uncertain. The meddlesome regulations crushed industry and his Pollyanna, politically correct views on terrorism were dangerous. However, what might be most disappointing and considered an epic fail on the part of Obama is his promise of change. Many took that as Obama would be a bridge between the races and he would bring a welcome change to race relations in the United States. Instead, he did just the opposite. Obama was the divider in chief, pitting black against white, rich against poor and the political establishment against the common everyday people.
America’s first vote on President Barack Obama’s place in history teeters on the edge as some find him a great president – but plenty find him among the worst, a new McClatchy-Marist poll finds.
As Obama heads toward the exit, almost the exact same number of Americans put him at the top as put him at the bottom: 16 percent said he’ll be remembered as one of the nation’s best presidents; 17 percent called him among the worst chief executives ever.
The rest are in the middle, with 24 percent calling him above average, 28 percent calling him average and 14 percent saying he was below average.
Obama’s current job approval numbers are near his all-time high. But that doesn’t translate into a comfortable place in history. He has been and remains a polarizing figure.
“It follows party lines,” said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion in New York, which conducted the survey, of the longer views of Obama’s presidency.
Barack Obama might not be the worst ever, but when it comes to accomplishments and benefits to the US, he cannot be considered great. He belongs in the bottom 4th of those who have held the office. At no time will we ever confuse Obama with George Washington or Abraham Lincoln.
Wikileaks Leaked Transcript: Bill Clinton Says ‘Political System Is Rigged’ And Hillary ‘Deserves’ The White House
HMM, BILL CLINTON SAYS THE POLITICAL SYSTEM IS RIGGED …
From The Daily Caller comes the following: in a leaked transcripts from a closed-door fundraiser reveals former president Bill Clinton privately agreeing with one of Republican nominee Donald Trump’s major campaign themes, the political system is rigged against working class Americans. Imagine that? When no one is looking or the masses are not privy to, Clinton agrees with Trump, the political system is rigged. Bill Clinton also stated that Hillary “deserved” to be elected. Deserved, really? Like she is entitled. The transcript of Clinton’s remarks were published by WikiLeaks alongside thousands of emails sent and received by Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.
Leaked transcripts from a closed-door fundraiser reveal former president Bill Clinton privately agreeing with one of Republican nominee Donald Trump’s major campaign themes: the political system is rigged against working class Americans.
Clinton also appeared to tell the audience of Democratic donors that Hillary Clinton “deserves” to be elected president.
Clinton’s comments took place at an October 2015 private fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in Cheseapeake, Maryland.
The transcript of Clinton’s remarks were published by WikiLeaks alongside thousands of emails sent and received by Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.
In the speech, Clinton admitted that “there are lots of people in the Democratic Party and lots of working people all over the world who are sick and tired of working their heart out and never getting a pay raise.”
Clinton then conceded that, “to some extent,” the political system is rigged against the working class.
Daily Commentary – Tuesday, October 11, 2016 – Those On The Right Are Celebrating After Sunday Nights Debate
- Hillary Clinton looked a bit rattled Sunday night at the debates and so did her husband, Bill.