Early Monday morning, Iraqi and Kurdish troops backed by a U.S.-led coalition began an operation to retake the city of Mosul, which has been under the control of the Islamic State group for the past two years.
“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Those words, uttered Thursday at the White House in front of lawmakers and reportedly directed at Haiti, El Salvador, and countries in Africa, reverberated around the world, and have sparked a troubling question: is the president of the United States a racist?
Christopher Cantwell, one of the white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville as part of the infamous “Unite the Right” rally in August, is facing up to 20 years in prison for allegedly attacking protesters with mace. But now he's trying to turn the tables on his accusers, claiming they used mace on themselves as part of an antifa plot to “maliciously punish, discredit, vex, and harass him.” The complaint was filed Thursday by Cantwell’s lawyer Elmer Woodward.
“Leftist women are more third-wave feminist and less feminine than ever and now, you’re not even women anymore. That’s what you’ve been asking for and that’s what you’ll get" --> a Proud Boy USA post justifying violence against women, titled "having your gender and eating it too" https://twitter.com/proflevin/status/966089556108836871
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