Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Mystery.. thing


Fake News Reporters


CNN: Are Jews People?






Dumpster






Today's DUMP



SAY IT AIN'T SO JOE







                                                                                       




PREVIOUSLY:

At the second presidential debate in October, Trump sounded a much harsher tone.

“If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception,” he vowed.
If this is true, it means that a President Trump would have to prohibit his DOJ from pursuing criminal actions against a known felon.  There can be no sugar coating this stain.  MFCS.

San Francisco teacher's union ...

   HELTER SKELTER                          
Provoking Racial Unrest
                                                               





Hollywood/Public Education/Democrat Party
Axis Strike Again


San Francisco’s public schools have been offered a classroom lesson plan that calls President-elect Donald Trump a racist, sexist man who became president “by pandering to a huge racist and sexist base.”

The union that represents city teachers posted the plan on its website and distributed it via an email newsletter to its more than 6,000 members. The school district has more than 57,000 students.

“I know that they might curse and swear, but you would too if you have suffered under the constructs of white supremacy or experienced sexism, or any isms or lack of privilege,” she wrote.
The Republican Party in San Francisco slammed the lesson plan.

“It’s inappropriate on every level,” said Harmeet Dhillon, an RNC committeewoman from California. She called it “inappropriate propaganda that unfairly demonizes not only the campaign that Donald Trump, the winner, ran, but also all of the people who voted for him.”

The plan was written by social studies teacher Fakhra Shah, who said she hadn’t planned for it to spread citywide — that was a step taken by the teacher’s union. She wrote it at 2 a.m. Nov. 9, just hours after results came in, to help teachers at her school struggling with how to answer students’ questions and concerns about Trump becoming president…

San Francisco is diverse, with many students whose families are in the country illegally and who say they’re worried by Trump’s calls for deportation. Shah warned teachers that some students may use inappropriate words to express their fear and anger.

“I know that they might curse and swear, but you would too if you have suffered under the constructs of white supremacy or experienced sexism, or any isms or lack of privilege,” she wrote. [FULL]

It would be ungentlemanly to suggest that Fakrah Shah, and the rest of  ... Never mind. .