Monday, June 26, 2017


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Kill Trump

A man with the Instagram name maine_musik decided to take a break from posting videos with him holding guns and rapping gangster lyrics to get involved in the political discussion.

Maine said he is going to kill Donald Trump if he goes after the food stamps that his children and mom use.

We have to take him seriously because he swears on his “dead pitbulls” buried in the back yard. Watch the video and decide if this is a serious threat.

The problem is that this was posted on Instagram over a week ago and it is still available on the site as the publishing of this article.

Instagram is owned by Mark Zuckerberg, who has been recently accused of censoring conservatives on Facebook. Clearly this is hate speech too, but since it is against Trump it is okay with Mark Zuckerberg.

The fact that he said that ISIS called him should be enough for the feds to look into this, but saying he is going to kill a presidential candidate and taking pictures with guns with 100 round clips should worry someone.

As of right now, maine_musik is still rapping on Instagram about killing people and shooting cops. Way to Zuckerberg.

What do you think should happen to maine_musik? Let us know in the comments.

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A Beaver County, Pennsylvania, high school science teacher named Amy Douglas is in big trouble–after students posted a photo on Instagram of Douglas getting her breasts grabbed by two students.

The caption read: “Everyone be jealous that we got to touch Dougie’s boobs.”

The image shows two high school girls puckering their lips and grabbing Douglas’s breasts, over her shirt, as she sticks out her tongue and smiles.

The photo was allegedly taken on the school’s prom night, which Douglas helped organize and chaperone.

Despite the controversy now swirling around Douglas, some parents–including the mother of one of the girls in the photo–are dismissing the photo as horseplay, and claiming that absolutely no sexual contact had taken place between Douglas and any students.

“There were so many pictures being taken,” said the mother. “They were having fun. That was it. That was the end of it. [The photo] was innocently done but stupidly done.”

Apparently, one of the girls in the photo–who put the picture online–is “devastated” over the backlash, and the fact that her teacher may wind up losing her job because of it.

Superintendent Jane Bovalino addressed the controversy: “The behavior depicted in this photograph does not represent the behavior that we expect from our staff. It is a personnel issue so I can’t comment further other than to say that it’s investigation.”

Things don’t look good for Douglas, even though no decision has been reached in whether or not she gets to keep her job. Is her photo really just misguiding fun with some of her students, or a crime worth getting fired over?


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