The FBI have confirmed the Biden campaign bus was harassed and impeded by Trump supporters. Demand to know how many of them were evangelical lunatics that need to be locked up – because they believe Trump is the reincarnation of King David? What has happened, is, secular and religious anarchists have become one. Both want to do away with the Federal Government. Eugene did have a ‘King and Queen of Anarchy’. One of them was my neighbor – and an ally of Ally Valkyrie – who I get to write about!
Above is my neighbor, Kim Haffner, who impeded my way to and from my abode with 500 hundred pounds of blubber that sagged down to her knees. She attacked a beloved pet of the complex on several occasions, she doing her damnedest to keep it from coming upstairs and visiting me. Below El Lardo is Alley Valkyrie and Belle Burch who have campaigned for the evangelical anarchy, and helped elect Donald Trump. Their violent anarchist shithead friends were out in force this year, making sure Trump got elected. In 2016 a Christian newspaper warns believers in Jesus, Trump is not their man, and, the Jews asked for a king. Not all Christians have lost their mind – and need to be locked up!
Below is the e-mail Belle Burch sent me in order to set up a time for her to come model for me. We agreed nudity would be involved – but no sex! When I learned she had been arrested two days before we met, for invading the City Managers office, I did not want her in my home for fear of blackmail, a old anarchist tactic – that Christians use with glee. I have every right to render the image I had in mind – that Belle inspired! Artists, and the Art World, have to keep doing what we do best in a world of destructive hate and violence conducted by humans who insist it is their right not to follow the law.
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“Many Christian Post readers agreed with the editorial. RexMRogers, posted Tuesday he thought the editorial was well done. “Balanced, mature tone. Certainly the right position on this issue for the leading evangelical news website. Thank you. Israel wanted a King and God gave them what they asked for; they got Saul. Pray the USA will be spared the same mistake.”
Trump discussed the caravan at a Michigan campaign event on Sunday.
“Did you see the way our people, they were, ya know, protecting this bus … because they’re nice,” he said. “They had hundreds of cars. Trump! Trump! Trump and the American flag.”
Trump favorably contrasted his supporters with Biden supporters, who he said lack spirit and enthusiasm.
“The Trump Train is in hot pursuit,” wrote one of the participants of the caravan on Twitter, where they posted several updates of the location of the Biden bus throughout the day. “Just a few of our great patriots out there.”
In another video of the incident posted to social media, a truck in the caravan clips a white car.
On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:34 PM, Belle Burch wrote:
It’s Belle. Still wondering if you’re real. Thank you again for the bike. Let’s set up a time for me to do some modeling. Thurs and Fri are possibilities for me.
By the way, Why “John Ambrose”? Is that your middle name? Nom de plume? Highly synchronistic, as my current partner’s legal first name is Ambrose. I’m very curious about this.
Also, I thought you preferred to spell your name without the “h”?
Here’s the poem I said I’d send you.
Haven’t read any of your emails yet, will get to that soon.
Last night I fell
asleep in a tent on the concrete
in front of city hall
to the sounds of a quiet radio-
some show about the Bermuda Triangle.
How things, people
Speaking to a crowd in Washington, Mich., on Nov. 1, President Trump referenced supporters in Texas who allegedly tried to run a Biden campaign bus off the road. “They were protecting his bus yesterday,” Trump said.
The FBI is investigating the alleged harassment of a Joe Biden campaign bus last week by motorists displaying Trump 2020 flags, an FBI spokesperson confirmed Sunday.
“FBI San Antonio is aware of the incident and investigating,” FBI spokesperson Michelle Lee told CNN.
The incident took place in Texas on Friday as the campaign bus was traveling from San Antonio to Austin as part of a push to urge Biden supporters to cast their ballots on the state’s last day of early voting. A Biden campaign official described the motorists’ actions as an attempt to slow down the bus and run it off the road.
People in vehicles that were part of a “Trump Train” began yelling profanities and obscenities and then blockaded the entire Biden entourage, according to a source familiar with the incident.
At one point they slowed the tour bus to roughly 20 mph on Interstate 35, the campaign official said. The vehicles slowed down to try to stop the bus in the middle of the highway. The source said there were nearly 100 vehicles around the campaign bus. Biden staffers were rattled by the event, the source said, though no one was hurt.
Neither Biden nor his running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, were on the bus. Multiple sources told CNN that Wendy Davis, a former state senator who is challenging Republican Rep. Chip Roy for Texas’ 21st Congressional District, was on the bus. Davis’ campaign declined to comment to CNN on Saturday.
Staffers on the bus called 911, which eventually led to local law enforcement assisting the bus to its destination.
President Donald Trump tweeted a video of the bus incident with the words “I LOVE TEXAS!” on Saturday, and claimed at a campaign rally on Sunday that his supporters were “protecting” the bus.
“But it is something, did you see the way our people they … you know they were protecting his bus yesterday, because they’re nice,” the President said.
Biden told reporters in Texas Sunday evening, “We’ve never had anything like this.”
“At least we’ve never had a president who thinks it’s a good thing,” he said.
This story has been updated with FBI confirmation of the investigation and comments from Joe Biden.
“Armed Trump trolls harassing Biden Bus on I35, ramming volunteer vehicles & blocking traffic for 40 mins,” Texas state representative Rafael Anchía wrote on Twitter.
The historian Eric Cervini, who had flown to Texas to help with get-out-the-vote efforts, posted a video on Instagram that showed a long line of cars with Trump paraphernalia stalled along the highway, waiting for the Biden-Harris bus.
“These Trump supporters, many of whom were armed, surrounded the bus on the interstate and attempted to drive it off the road,” he wrote, adding: “As a historian who studied the rise of the Third Reich, I can tell you: this is how a democracy dies.”
The ambush, which took place on Friday as the bus traveled from San Antonio to Austin to conclude a three-day tour, included a crash between a white SUV and a black truck, police in San Marcos confirmed, though it was still unclear who caused the collision. Officers there had tried to provide a police escort for the Biden-Harris bus but were not able to catch up because of traffic.
Even as dramatic footage from the scene caused widespread alarm, President Donald Trump threw his support behind the so-called Trump train, tweeting “I LOVE TEXAS!”
“Donald Trump does not represent the interests of evangelicals and would be a dangerous leader for our country,” editors of The Christian Post published Monday, adding they had never before taken a political position on a candidate. “We are making an exception because Trump is exceptionally bad and claims to speak for, and represent, the interests of evangelicals,” they wrote.
“We the senior editors of The Christian Post encourage our readers to back away from Donald Trump,” started the hard-hitting editorial.
The editors stated that “as the most popular evangelical news website in the United States and the world, we feel compelled by our moral responsibility to our readers to make clear that Donald Trump does not represent the interests of evangelicals and would be a dangerous leader for our country.”
Trump claims to be a Christian, yet says he has never asked for forgiveness, the editors reasoned. “While God, in His wondrous creativity, has drawn people to Himself through the saving grace of Jesus Christ in many different ways, there are certain non-negotiable actions needed to become a Christian: One must repent of their sins and follow Christ as Lord and Savior. Trump doesn’t talk this way, even when urged to.”
Further, the editors said Trump’s words and actions do not demonstrate the “fruit of the spirit.”
Many Christian Post readers agreed with the editorial. RexMRogers, posted Tuesday he thought the editorial was well done. “Balanced, mature tone. Certainly the right position on this issue for the leading evangelical news website. Thank you. Israel wanted a King and God gave them what they asked for; they got Saul. Pray the USA will be spared the same mistake.