A few days before the El Paso shooting I almost posted Marty Robbin’s song in regards to this High Noon Prophecy that has been going on for five years in regards to Rena Easton accusing me of stalking her, and having Deputy Dan call me from White Cowboyland. Four days ago I told my old friend, Christine Wandel, never to call me because she became a rabid Trump supporter and spew out evil racist hatred towards blacks an Latinos. I lost my daughter and grandson to a Tea Party Racist. My evil racist brother posted his manifesto back in 2006. There was blood and violence here in my complex. Two days before El Paso, I am telling my friend and neighbor I am not going out because of the violence.
They don’t want Trump to come to El Paso. His dry, wooden speech was read from a teleprompter, it written to save him some Latino votes, but the Evil Evangelical Heresy that has taken over our Democracy – and destroyed it! When you are a True Prophet, there is no glee in saying;
“I told you so!”
We’re in the Real Bad Times! This is what Evil Religion looks like!
“So!…………It wasn’t the Crazy-ass Prophetic Hippie after all? Shoot! Darn! ”
“How badly I wanted it to be him – in the name of Jesus!”
Ha! Ha! Rena…………….and all your fucked-up in the head White Nationalists in Montana! It wasn’t the “left-leaning” hippie who fucked-up your life all to hell. It was the White Nationalist in the White House that……………put another nail in your coffin…….which is kinda catchy. I feel a country western hit coming on!
The shoot-out continues.
Another Nail In Our Coffin
Why don’t you
put another nail in our coffin
You bone-spur draft dodgen
son of a
New York Homo
Why we ever trusted
pussy grabbin son-of-bitch
to manage our salt-of-the earth lives
is the fault of that Evangelical Preacher man
who came from Georgia
with all that End Time
shuck and jive!
This post has been updated.
Trade tensions between the U.S. and China are flaring once again, and American farmers continue to bear the brunt of the implications.
“The Chinese market has a large capacity and the prospect of importing high-quality U.S. agricultural products is bright,” state-owned media Xinhua said on Monday. “However, we hope the U.S. will conscientiously implement the consensus reached at the [G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan] between the heads of the two countries, and implement the commitments to create the necessary conditions for cooperation in the agricultural fields between the two countries.”
America farmers were dismayed by the developments.
“This is just another nail in the coffin,” Tyler Stafslien, a North Dakota-based soybean farmer, told Yahoo Finance. “To see this thing only seems to be getting worse rather than better is very concerning, and the American taxpayers may have to foot another round of funding if this keeps up — or we could see a ton of farmers’ loss throughout this nation.”
American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall said that the pain extended across the country.
“China’s announcement that it will not buy any agricultural products from the United States is a body blow to thousands of farmers and ranchers who are already struggling to get by,” Duvall stated.
‘Tariff policies have been doing financial harm to farmers’
Although farmers have collectively been receiving billions in market facilitation payments from the USDA, Stafslien sees these payments as “band-aids.”
The Trump administration announced in July that it would be providing an additional $16 billion in aid to farmers affected by the trade war.
“It’s certainly proof that the administration recognizes their tariff policies have been doing financial harm to farmers and rural America,” Stafslien said.
Michelle Ziesch, a North Dakota farmer who grows beef cattle, corn, soybeans, and other crops, said she was “very disappointed” by the latest development.
“We were hoping that by now, the trade talks would be continuing and hopefully making some progress,” she told Yahoo Finance. “So that’s a pretty big setback.”
In the aftermath of mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, President Trump vowed Monday to give federal law enforcement “whatever they need” to investigate and disrupt hate crimes and domestic terrorism.
But the Department of Homeland Security, which is charged with identifying threats and preventing domestic terrorism, has sought to redirect resources away from countering anti-government, far-right and white supremacist groups.
The shift has come despite evidence of a growing danger. Last year, every extremist killing in the United States involved a follower of far-right hate groups or ideology, according to the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism. The FBI has noted a sharp increase in domestic terrorism cases involving white supremacists.
In June, the acting secretary of Homeland Security, Kevin McAleenan, told Congress that “white supremacist extremist violence” is “an evolving and increasingly concerning threat.”
President Donald Trump on Tuesday attacked former President Barack Obama over the latter’s statement on the weekend’s mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, tweeting edited quotes from Fox News hosts to make his point and again claiming he is “the least racist person” in the world.
“‘Did George Bush ever condemn President Obama after Sandy Hook. President Obama had 32 mass shootings during his reign. Not many people said Obama is out of Control,’” Trump wrote online. “’Mass shootings were happening before the President even thought about running for Pres.’ @kilmeade @foxandfriends”
Trump’s message was a distillation of a sentiment “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade expressed on air shortly after 6 a.m. Tuesday morning. The president followed up that tweet with another post paraphrasing a comment from Kilmeade’s morning show colleague, Ainsley Earhardt.
“‘It’s political season and the election is around the corner. They want to continue to push that racist narrative.’ @ainsleyearhardt @foxandfriends,” Trump continued. “And I am the least racist person. Black, Hispanic and Asian Unemployment is the lowest (BEST) in the history of the United States!”
Obama on Monday afternoon lamented the violence that transpired Saturday morning in El Paso, Texas, and early Sunday morning in Dayton, Ohio, which left at least 31 people dead and injured dozens more.
In his statement, Obama called on Americans to “soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments.” The former president did not mention Trump, or any other politician, by name.