Rise and Fall of ‘The Glowflakes’

Their sneaky plan was to destroy the Democratic Party and install a Republican Theocracy that divides us in twain. This is why they voted for sexual predators. Once Biblical Rule was installed, and our Democracy wiped out, then, the Spirit of King Jesus will appoint his Righteous Rulers, His………..



Look at these Holy Crybabies For Jesus who want the rich to have more of a tax cut! How generous. That dude in black looks like Jesus and is balling his eyes out because he will not be appointed Holy Grand Governor, where every day is Bible Study Day! Waaaaah!

How can atheist traitors, Steve Bannon and Trump, sign-off on getting rid of the abolition of slavery, and giving women the right to vote? Is this what Jesus wanted, and thus he did not instruct our founding fathers to give this liberty to all Americans? If so, why do we want Jesus to influence any aspect of this Democracy?

Here is what the Radical Republicans wanted to do Confederate Traitors after they lost the Civil War. These plans are now – BORN AGAIN!

GET OUT! Form your own party ‘The Glowflake Party’! Run you fake Jesus Crap in you own brand of Racist Tribalism! Look at those bad dudes for Jesus with their collars up. Are theses brother bodyguards for God! Tax the Glowfkake churches

Get out! I am looking for a good law firm to bring lawsuit against the Glowflakes for Conspiracy to deprive men and women of their Civil Rights, and Right to vote!

Jon Presco


The Radical Republicans opposed Lincoln’s terms for reuniting the United States during Reconstruction, which began in 1863, which they viewed as too lenient. They proposed an “ironclad oath” that would prevent anyone who supported the Confederacy from voting in Southern elections; Lincoln blocked it. Radicals passed the Wade-Davis Bill in 1864; Lincoln vetoed it. The Radicals demanded a more aggressive prosecution of the war, a faster end to slavery and total destruction of the Confederacy. After the war the Radicals controlled the Joint Committee on Reconstruction.


Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore once suggested getting rid of every amendment after the Tenth — saying “that would eliminate many problems.”

The proposal came in June 2011 during an interview on the “Aroostook Watchmen” radio show, which is hosted by a two conspiracy theorists from Maine.

CNN’s KFile obtained audio from the appearance and posted it online Sunday.

“You know people don’t understand how some of these amendments have completely tried to wreck the form of government that our forefathers intended,” Moore says in one clip.

Roy Moore’s failed run for Alabama’s Senate seat tested white evangelicals’ allegiance to the Republican Party. Would they vote for a candidate who shares their conservative views on social issues even though he was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women?

Exit polls suggest they did just that, with 80 percent of white evangelicals who voted selecting Moore in Tuesday’s special election, which was narrowly won by Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate.

Part of Moore’s campaign strategy was to appeal to Christian nationalism — the belief that God has a uniquely Christian purpose for the United States. It has long…

NEW YORK (AP) – CNN’s Jim Acosta says he was warned by the White House press secretary Sarah Sanders not to ask a question during President Donald Trump’s bill signing ceremony on Tuesday, further evidence of sour relations between the network and administration.

Acosta said Sanders told him that if he asked Trump a question, “she could not promise that I would be allowed into a pool spray again.”

Sanders did not immediately return a request for comment on Tuesday.

He was one of a handful of reporters allowed into the event, which has limited space, as part of a “pool” where they act as surrogates for the entire press corps. He asked a question anyway, about a Trump tweet in which the president claimed New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand begged him for campaign contributions and would “do anything” for them. Acosta’s question went unanswered.

“We don’t respond to threats,” he said on CNN later. “We’re not going to be intimidated.”

Trump has repeatedly derided CNN as “fake news,” his ire driven over the past few days over an error that CNN made during a story last week about the investigation into collusion with Russia during the presidential campaign. Acosta and Sanders had a contentious exchange during Monday’s White House press briefing.

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