In the midst of Pride, the month when we celebrate, acknowledge and continue to resist the myriad oppressions that LGBTQ+ people face, Pose actor Indya Moore was apparently assaulted by a Trump-nut. LGBTQ Nation reports that Moore, a trans woman and activist, got into a dust-up with this person cretin outside of the studios where Pose is shot in New York City. The video begins with Moore taking the Trump supporter’s sign away, but LGBTQ Nation notes that the altercation most likely started earlier, since Moore says, “Well, you guys aren’t fans of our show, and we don’t want you to be fans of our show.” The white man went peak white man after seeing his sign touched and not only rips the sign (which read: “Re-Elect Trump in 2020: Keep America Great!”) from Moore but shoves another black person while shouting “Get off my stuff!” and “Get the fuck out of here!” The police can then be seen berating Moore by telling the … [Read more...] about Pose Actress Indya Moore Attacked by Trump Supporter in NYC
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WASHINGTON — A stir has begun as to whether South Carolina Republicans will hold a presidential primary in 2020 that could challenge their party leader, President Donald Trump.Given Trump's enduring popularity among the GOP base, The Post and Courier first reported as far back as August 2017 that top Republican officials believed it was unlikely the party would hold a primary in 2020 and expose Trump to a competitor.But media reports looking forward to the next primary season — and chatter among politicos and Republicans about Trump alternatives — has sent increasing queries to S.C. GOP headquarters.State Chairman Drew McKissick emphasized Wednesday there have been no discussions about the party holding a 2020 vote and there likely won't be any until next summer."The grassroots of the state party, up and down at every level, totally support the president," McKissick said. "But the state committee makes that decision about the primary and … [Read more...] about Trump support sparks debate over whether SC GOP should have a primary in 2020
A New York artist is encouraging dogs to urinate on the US President by leaving small statues of Donald Trump around Brooklyn with the accompanying sign ‘Pee On Me’. The ‘art exhibit’ is by Phil Gable, who serves as creative director for the brand content company Porcupine Armadillo. Gable said the purpose of the installation is to add "a little moment of levity" to the generally depressing political climate, but admitted to VICE it was also a personal expression of his own personal “disdain for Donald Trump”. “I’ve always loved political humor,” the artist told told NBC, adding that with the current administration “people need some good laughs just to make it through the day.” Gable set up five of the tiny Trump busts in locations around Brooklyn and he plans to expand the operation to neighboring borough Manhattan. READ MORE: ‘Evil genius’ Trump will be ‘last president of US’, filmmaker … [Read more...] about Trump ‘pee on me’ statues erected in New York, dogs encouraged to urinate on tiny president (PHOTOS)
There is a silent force emerging in American politics, and thanks to the contentious debate over Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump is tapping right into it. I’m talking about men. Your husband, perhaps, or your brother or son. It’s a “very scary time for young men” in America, Trump said at a rally last week. “My whole life I’ve heard you’re innocent until proven guilty, but now you’re guilty until proven innocent. That is a very, very difficult standard.” While the pundits and my fellow Democrats may rightly blast Trump for his statement, I have to tell you that most men I talk with are privately glad he said it. Men, even liberal men, tell me they have stopped talking about the Kavanaugh hearings even at home, out of fear of being shredded by their wives or daughters. The slightest questioning of Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony is tantamount to being a Trump supporter. Raising any point in Kavanaugh’s defense is … [Read more...] about Trump is right: Men are scared. He knows how to exploit their fear.
Kathleen Gray Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Oct 5, 2018 The billboard along M-115 — a two-lane highway that runs through forests and farmland from Clare to Cadillac, ending in Frankfort — is the first sign of many that northern Michigan is Trump country. A larger-than-life image of President Donald Trump, flashing a smile and a thumb’s up, greets drivers: “Making America Great! We Love Our President,” the billboard proclaims. Turn back to the 2016 presidential election map and the theme becomes even more stark, with all but one of Michigan's 43 northern counties colored a deep red, signaling part of the path that Trump used to win Michigan by the slimmest of margins —10,704 votes out of 4,799,284 cast. It was the first time that Michiganders had given a Republican the presidential win since 1988. But two years later, something else is happening in northern Michigan as the Nov. 6 election looms. Transplants from southeast … [Read more...] about Resistance in Trump country blooms in Michigan’s northern counties