EXCLUSIVE: Facebook Restricts Trump Supporter's Account After Exposing Illegal BLM Protest At FL Rally

EXCLUSIVE: Facebook Restricts Trump Supporter's Account After Exposing Illegal BLM Protest At FL Rally


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Facebook was caught conducting yet another censorship campaign against conservatives. This time, the social media giant targeted a Florida-based Trump supporter for posting a video of Black Lives Matter crashing Donald Trump's recent Melbourne, Florida rally.

According to Crystal Callahan Ayala, she was slapped with a 24 hour ban after posting the video on Saturday.

Ayala shared the following video on Saturday at 5:58 PM EST can be found at Vessel News.

 

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Mark Cuban: I'll Gladly Support My Dallas Maverick Players Protesting National Anthem

Mark Cuban: I'll Gladly Support My Dallas Maverick Players Protesting National Anthem

 

 

 

If the Dallas Mavericks refuse to stand during the national anthem, owner Mark Cuban will support them.

 

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VIDEO: #FaintingHillary leaves 9/11 ceremony, stumbling and flailing


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Hillary Clinton’s rough day began with an abrupt exit from a 9/11 commemoration ceremony. Initially, the Clinton campaign released a statement claiming the 68 year old former Secretary of State and nominee of the Democrat Party  felt “overheated”. The campaign has since reversed their initial claims and has now blamed the episode on a Friday diagnosis of pneumonia.

 

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How The Tea Party Became Trumpism

How The Tea Party Became Trumpism

For years, while those in Washington were going along like business as usual, a boisterous movement was bubbling across America. In 2010, the tea party allowed into office conservative underdogs like Marco Rubio, and launched the political careers of the likes of Christine O’Donnell and Rand Paul. While the tea party wave of 2010 may have been an indicator of Trumpism to come, it wasn’t the birth of it.

In 2014, another GOP wave took America by storm, resulting in GOP control of both chambers of Congress.

In the 2014 cycle, Republicans ran on the platform of repealing and replacing Obamacare, building the Keystone Pipeline, and standing in the way of President Obama’s so called illegal, unconstitutional, and nefarious plan to give amnesty to the millions of undocumented immigrants residing within our borders.

I remember these promises quite well. Because while the Washington elite were sunbathing in the rays of power, I was getting sunburn in the rays of the sun — knocking on countless doors across the 12th Congressional District of Georgia peddling the talking points that, “Republicans can fix Washington this time” and asking them to give the party one more chance. They’ll repeal this, pass that, and get this done. Just trust me.

As I flowed through my talking points, the voters were almost uniformly expressionless. It was as if they’ve heard all this before, as if the phrases leaving my mouth had become horribly routine. Or they were wondering why I wasn’t in school.

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OscarsSoWhite And Selective Outrage

OscarsSoWhite And Selective Outrage

As a young boy, I was told the world is mine for the taking and my skin color isn’t an impediment, but an accessory. So when it comes to the ‪#OscarsSoWhite‬ controversy, admittedly, I’m conflicted.

At 7, I dreamed of becoming famous. The endless racks of People Magazine, the red carpet, and hordes of fans screaming the names of famous singers and movie stars made the concept of fame quite appealing. Even second graders strive to be adored and liked by all.

While I’d like to consider my younger self an optimist, I didn’t play games with reality. Being 7, I didn’t necessarily understand if my success would be hindered by the color of my skin. but I did know I’d have to work hard. That principle had been drilled into ever since I could walk. I told myself, “The only way you’ll ever make it is if you can act or sing.”

Sadly, I wasn’t blessed with vocals or dance moves.

But I am quite the drama king. So I settled on acting.

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