I would expect that Trump properties are prominently on the list of targets in response to this idiot move by the ersatz-president. Since I’m not hearing about this (these are not the properties you’re looking for) I am even more concerned that anything called a Trump Tower might be extremely dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.
It could prove life-saving to post large cautionary signs at all Trump properties: Towers, Gold Clubs, Tenement Buildings.
Of course the question is whether the Iranian blowback will be directed at the United States (military targets) or Trump himself (symbolic targets). Since Trump criminally has threatened targeting non-military sites, I wonder. Add to that the current news out of Washington making it quite clear that one man overruled the advice of many more qualified individuals and ordered the assassination.
I’d hate to be that one man now.
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Although I watched the 1937 movie titled Black Legion because it was a vehicle for the early acting career of Humphrey Bogart, it very much reminded me of the shenanigans of modern-day white supremacists such as D. J. (Dishonest John) Drumph. If you get a chance, listen closely to the anti-foreigner diatribe and the blaming of the woes of all upright (white) Americans on someone else … often referred to as The Other.
Although the Black Legion was an offshoot of the more well-known hate-group, the Klu Klux Klan (KKK which is easier for the members to spell), the real message all Americans should be hearing in the movie or real-life screed is that these white supremacists are out to vilify and destroy anyone who is not like them. Depending on the period of history, this has included such groups as Italians, Poles, Irish, Jews, Muslims, Africans, homosexuals, gypsies, and anyone born South of the Border from Mexico to Tierra del Fuego.
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You don’t need to read the El Paso killer’s manifesto. Just turn on Fox News.
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When accused of sexual assault or other misdeeds by women, President Donald Trump says you’ve got to “deny, deny, deny,” according to veteran journalist Bob Woodward’s new book.
The book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” was released Tuesday and details a White House is chaos. Woodward spoke to dozens of current and former officials for the book on background, meaning their names weren’t used.
The book includes a conversation between Trump and a “friend who had acknowledged some bad behavior toward women.” The friend was not named, but the president, who has been accused by more than a dozen women of inappropriate sexual behavior, offered some advice.
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