Sunday, June 25, 2017

San Diego

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After police in El Cajon California shot another unarmed black man, a Trump supporter joined the peaceful protest for equality until he was beaten.

A 21-year old student from San Diego State University decided to join his community in a peaceful protest, but things didn’t work out too well.

After joining the “peaceful” protest, one of the people in the crowd noticed that the young man was wearing a Trump hat.

First started the “f*ck Trump” chants, and when the man started to leave the crowd chased him, threw him to the ground and started kicking and hitting him.

The entire incident was caught live on social media. The video is below. (Warning explicit language and violence.)

After a few good people in the crowd helped him to his feet, he was able to get away and make it to a group of police officers.

The man spoke to police and it turns out, the crowd took the student’s prized passion, his Make America Great Hat that was signed by Donald Trump himself.

It is a shame that a person can be beat in America for supporting a candidate for president, but this is the country we live in now.

When the incident finished, the man was not severely hurt, but visibly shaken.

Due to the mob mentality of the “peaceful” protest, it is scary to think how fast the group can turn violent.

How do you feel about the violence of protestors? Let us know in the comments below.

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Independence Day

Mark Dice has made a nice living by posting videos to YouTube and asking people to answer questions about America that most are too dumb to know.

Most of Mark’s videos are funny and make you laugh, but this one is embarrassing. This one hits home.

Mark Dice took to the boardwalks of San Diego to ask people of all ages and color questions about the Fourth of July.

Even the sad music in the background plays into the sadness felt when watching this video.

Young adults, grown men and women on the beaches of San Diego have no idea what country we declared our independence from and who our founding fathers are.

Thankfully two people at the end redeemed some faith in America, but this one is unbelievable.

If you watch closely you will know that Mark is getting frustrated at the answers and it doesn’t look staged at all. In the end, when one guy gave a correct answer, Mark Dice said, “we have been looking for someone like you all day”.

It seems the idiocy in the video is real and we as Americans should all be scared. Freedom could be easily lost on those that don’t remember.

This weekend, remember why our freedom and independence should be celebrated and have a safe and fun holiday weekend. Happy 4th of July.

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A Craigslist warning was found online that warned, “San Diego is next”. Is it a real threat or is it a hoax?

For those who love warm weather and sunshine, San Diego is probably the top city in the United States. The gorgeous weather complements a wonderful mix of Hispanic and American cultures nestled on the Pacific Ocean.

The idyllic city is facing a unique threat today. ISIS has warned of its attacks in the future, but a Craigslist ad is different.

The story broke on a local news channel when a viewer of KGTV San Diego found an ad in the Men Seeking Men forum. The ad was deleted shortly after it was put up, but this is what the ad said.

“Orlando was long overdue. Cleanse your community of the filth that gives decent gay men and women a bad name. Those people were walking diseases, bug chasers, and thank god for AIDS and 9-11 and now Orlando. San Diego you are next …”

The FBI and local authorities insist that the city is clear and that this threat is not related to any other actionable information.

Despite the assurances from law enforcement, the local police are increasing their presence in the street, and they are urging local citizens to call in anything out of the ordinary.

This scare is coming on the heels of a report yesterday that thousands and thousands of tips are rolling into the FBI since the Orlando shooting. The bureau seems to be overwhelmed. Lets hope that is not the case.

The picture on the ad was a hand holding a pistol firing a bullet. The ominous image and the warning could be ISIS trying to scare Americans before an attack.

The whole thing could be a hoax. Two SDSU college students could have had a few two cervezas and thought this was funny.

Either way the FBI needs to find the person or people responsible for the ad and arrest them. If it is a hoax, then they can still be charged with making terrorist threats.

If it is real, then hopefully we can stop the “Next Orlando” before it happens.

Do you think the threat is fake or real? Let us know in the comments below.


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