Holly Zoller, of Louisville, Ky., speaks to the Lexington Council warning them of the danger of alt-right demonstrators. Zoller says she was in Injured last Saturday when James Fields drove his car into counter protestors in Charlottesville, Va.
Source: Lexington Herald Leader
Aug 17, 2017
Kyle Rittenhouse - The Truth In 11 Minutes
September 22nd, 2020
2011 - VP Joe Biden Speaks at the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville
SEPTEMBER 09 2020
Facebook User Jeff Demologik Acord appears to start a live stream after "coming upon" a fire. He was arrested for starting the fire. He has BLM and ANTIFA support protest live streams on his facebook.
From WA State Trooper Ryan Burke (@wspd1pio) Joint team effort!! WSP, Fife Pd and Puyallup PD just arrested a 36yr old Puyallup resident. He was caught in the median on [email protected] Meridian setting a fire! He is currently on his way to jail! Great job everybody!
MIRROR - President Trump Gives Remarks at the 37th Annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service - 15 May 2018
Sen. Rand Paul thanks DC cops for saving him from 'crazed mob' after RNC
'Just got attacked by an angry mob of over 100, one block away from the White House,' Paul tweeted
Video on social media appeared to show a crowd chasing and jeering Paul, who was escorted by D.C. police as he returned to his hotel. An officer was captured on video being shoved by a protester and was nearly knocked over. Paul appeared to help steady the officer.
Hundreds of protesters had gathered outside the White House on Thursday evening as President Trump prepared to give his speech from the South Lawn.
Fencing was set up along the perimeter of the White House to keep protesters away, but shouts could be heard from the South Lawn.
Protesters yelled, “No justice, no peace!” and “Join us!” while holding anti-Trump and Black Lives Matter signs, beating drums and playing other music.
The demonstration was complete with a band, what appeared to be a “party” school bus and a character dressed as the infamous Baby Trump holding a cell phone. Images showed attendees taking photos of a guillotine with an effigy of Trump.
Once Trump's speech was over, the unrest seemed to intensify. Videos emerged on social media that appeared to show city police clashing with protesters who called them names like "pig." There were unconfirmed reports of arrests.
Video emerged that claimed to show a bus carrying RNC attendees being targeted by protesters, some of whom jumped on and tried to gain entry. Others appeared to try and prevent the bus from backing up.
Video posted by the Daily Caller purportedly showed protesters hurling expletives at attendees leaving Trump's speech. Police officers appeared to provide security for the guests.
"Go to hell," one person could be heard shouting.
One of President Trump's Greatest Bits Ever: West Point and the Fake News Media
14 minutes 38 seconds
June 20, 2020
I think President Trump may be one of our greatest comedians.
This bit last night, which I've titled "West Point and the Fake News Media", was exceptional.
The story telling appeared organic and natural, as it should. It had many elements of a great act such as impersonations and physical comedy. I think the bit's purpose was to put the Fake News Media on blast, to show his honesty and humility, and to remind his base why they love him.
* 1106 Cadets, Almost 600 Salutes: "600 TIMES!!"
* Sunburned: "I'm baked like a cake!!"
"GENERAL! I'm wearing Leather Bottom Shoes.."
"GENERAL! There's no way I can make it down that ramp without falling on my ass."
"Grab me, sir! Grab me!" "I didn't really wanna grab him."
Physical comedy: Bent over shuffling and face open expression.
* Melania & Twitter, Water & Tie:
"How good was it darling?" "You're trending #1!.. They mention the fact that you may have Parkinson's Disease.. ..Did you have water?"
* The tie: "They have a better _sheen_ to 'em."
Physical comedy with the hand and accent.
Physical comedy: Throws the glass of water
".. and they gave me another disease!!"
Displeased look. Shakes his head at the Fake News Media.
Created 3 months ago.