Crowd of White Supremacists Attack Unarmed Black Man


Did I say white supremacists? I meant black people. And the guy they attacked was white. So what did this crazed neo-Nazi skinhead do to provoke the ire of all these upstanding black citizens? He was recording their protest.

A group of far-right protesters who planned to demonstrate outside Rep. Maxine Waters’ district office in South Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon failed to show up, but dozens of counterprotesters did.

The Oath Keepers, a far-right anti-government group that purports to have many veterans as members, had said they would protest outside the Los Angeles Democrat’s office on Thursday afternoon.


So Mad Maxine asks the good citizens of her district to come and protect her from these racist terrorists. When the KKK found out that there might be trouble the decided that it wouldn’t be prudent to show up. Some of Mad Maxine’s constituents did show up.

A number of protesters remained near the intersection of 102nd Street and Broadway long after police announced the Oath Keepers were no-shows. For much of this time, the mood remained festive, although it was punctuated with moments of tension.

At one point, counterprotesters pulled a small American flag off of a pickup, doused it in lighter fluid and set it ablaze. The crowd then began chanting, cursing the government and saying, “America was never great.”


When these non-violent counterdemonstrators realized that there was a neo-Nazi skinhead KKK member in their midst they tried to engage him in conversation, but this fascist freaked out and started running. A few people followed him, concerned for his safety, calling out, “Wait! Come back! We just want to talk!” But this far-right Milo-wannabe jumped in a car and rode off, leaving his black cameraman behind.

It’s all on video. The white guy clearly started everything.

(Don’t expect to see this on the nightly news.)

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166 Responses to Crowd of White Supremacists Attack Unarmed Black Man

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

  2. helenk3 says:

    http://dailycaller.com/2018/07/20/hillary-trump-benghazi-survivor/

    of all the stupid comments made by hillary clinton this has to rank right up there at the top.
    she talking about defending an American Ambassador leaves a really bad taste.
    does she think we all have short term memory loss?

  3. Underwhelmed says:

    Karma, she a bitch.

    “I wish some of these so-called defenders of liberty would start to
    understand what freedom of speech is AND isn’t. Roseanne is allowed to
    say whatever she wants. It doesn’t mean @ABCNetwork needs to continue
    funding her TV show if her words are considered abhorrent.”

    -James Gunn (5-29-2018)

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This is a LAT reporter.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Roseanne finally got it together, but I liked the “I thought the bitch was white” better 😀

    • elliesmom says:

      I hope the new show is such a colossal flop none of her costars ever works again. She made careers for most of them. They must surely have known Roseanne isn’t racist. And yet not a single one of them stood by her. Loyalty means a lot to me. They’re bigger scumbags than the idiot who cancelled the show. Roseanne will comeback from this. I’m not sure Sara Gilbert is bright enough to know which side her bread is buttered on, but I suspect she’s about to find out.

      • lateblum says:

        I think it was Sara Gilbert who really turned on Rosie saying how deeply offended she was to hear Rosie make such racist comments. And I agree. Rosie made some of those people who they are today. Laurie Metcalf and John what’s his name notwithstanding. And my very own personal spell check turned the name “John” into “Hogan”. Go figure.

  6. DeniseVB says:

    St. Trayvon of the Sidewalk’s movie should reignite some “loving” feelings for cops and white folk.

  7. Myiq2xu™ says:

    After insisting that she wanted a garlic chicken artichoke pizza for dinner I went to Papa Murphy’s and got Mom one with artichokes on half of it. Then I started putting tomatoes on the other half.

    “Do you want tomatoes on your half?”
    “No.”
    “Are you sure? Cuz we got tomatoes and I’m cutting some up for me.”
    “Okay.”
    “So you want tomatoes?”
    “No.”

    So we end up with a garlic chicken pizza with artichokes on one-half and tomatoes on one-half. I bake it and cut it into four slices of each. I tell Mom, “Yours are the ones with no tomatoes.”
    “Okay.”

    I grab a couple slices and sit down to eat. Then I notice that she is eating one of the slices with tomatoes. She didn’t touch the others.
    “I thought you wanted artichokes?”
    “I’m eating them.”

    Usually I take the leftover pizza home with me but not tonight.

    The worst part is I coulda got a large pepperoni pizza for $5.99

    • NewOrleans says:

      I sympathize because I can relate, Klown.

      To me, every day seems like a demented Abbott & Costello routine with my mom, topped off with a big dose of Groundhog Day.

      And that’s probably a bit understated.

  8. Dora says:

    “According to special inspector general John Sopko, Obama wasted at least $300 million on the salaries of “people who don’t exist””. ANNUALLY!

    Where’s the money, you fraud???!!!!!

    https://yournewswire.com/inspector-general-obama-300-million/

    • Cisco says:

      We’ll probably $8 point million something went to pay for that mansion he bought.
      Although it might be with Hillarys Haiti donations, you remember, the millions she never gave them.

  9. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Does anyone know a reliable Oxy dealer?

  10. Cisco says:

    Ok.
    First salmonella detected in fresh turkey and now this
    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/food/2018/07/20/mcdonalds-tainted-salads-sickened-people-cyclospora-parasite-fecal-matter/806682002/
    Bacon club sandwiches tonight, a pox on healthy food.

    • DandyTIger says:

      I’m on a strict bacon diet.

    • DandyTIger says:

      The DT method: go out back to the shooting range. Colt revolver with black powder. Big plate of bacon. Shoot creating big cloud of black powder smoke, infusing the bacon with extra flavor. Eat bacon. Spend the rest of the evening cleaning said gun. 🙂

    • elliesmom says:

      I think the problem is our food has become too clean. We need to build up some immunity by eating more bacteria.

      • Cisco says:

        This is going to be so vague as to be worthless.
        But I’ll give it a go.
        Many years ago I recall that the treatment for a certain type of intestinal disease/affliction, it was needed to re-introduce bacteria into the body.
        So a cocktail that contained some human feces was introduced via that drink.
        Maybe it was a temporary treatment for certain types of stomach cancer where the chemo or radiation treatment killed natural bacteria or the “good germs”

      • SHV says:

        Unfortunately, these Protozoan infections seem to reflect fecal contamination in the fields then contaminated produce is shipped to a few central processing/distribution centers to contaminate all of the sourced product then shipped to multiple States. They are going to have to start irradiating the raw products in the food supply. The big conglomerates have fought this because of cost and prefer to blame the consumer for poor food handling. Another idea would be to start executing the senior executives from the top 6 food conglomerates for bio-terrorism.

        • elliesmom says:

          My grandmother was of the “we all need to eat a peck of dirt before we die” generation. She died in her late 70s, but she had never spent one night in a hospital, and I don’t remember her ever being sick. She went to bed one night and didn’t wake up. The coroner said “heart attack”, but she had a smile on her face. She truly believed the world was becoming too clean for people. Now, she kept a nice clean house and bathed often. She just didn’t have a fit if we picked something from her garden and swished it under the hose before we ate it. Her eggs came from her chickens, and they sat out on the counter. Until it was her only choice, she never used homogenized milk. Pasteurized, yes, but that was enough “processing” for her. She canned and froze things, and she followed safe procedures, but she wasn’t a fanatic about them. She predicted humans would eventually have to live in “special suits” not because we had polluted the earth, but because we had made everything too sterile, and some common bacteria had become lethal.

          On a side note, I have her handwritten recipe cards. She made the most wonderful bread, but I couldn’t ever get mine to rise as high as she did. One day I was visiting King Arthur Flour in Norwich, VT, and I mentioned my problem with using her recipes. One of the bakers told me it was probably because she baked so much bread, there was a lot of wild yeast in the air in her kitchen. They have the same problem when they’re writing a recipe for their consumers because their test kitchens have a lot of wild yeast, too. They told me to increase the amount of yeast in her recipes until I, too, have a lot of wild yeast floating around in my kitchen.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          I quit eating salads.

        • 1539days says:

          Food irradiation isn’t a perfect solution. Once the danger of bacteria is removed, the regulations will be lessened and we’ll find ourselves eating a lot of sterile feces.

      • DeniseVB says:

        We ate mud pies as kids 🙂 What they call food poisoning today was probably referred to as a 24-hour “bug” back in the day.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Exactly!!!

  11. mothy2017 says:

    Bwahahahaha

  12. SHV says:

    “to flip this seat RED in November!”
    ***
    I must say that I’m still confused by the “reversal” of Political color since the 2000 election. I’m with Alexandria, I associate RED with Bolsheviks, USSR and Chi-Coms and she is at least honest, she is the face of the Dem. Party.

    • 1539days says:

      It was to confuse people after Reagan turned the country blue in 1980.

      • DeniseVB says:

        That was a blast from the past ! Enjoyed the real journalists, not the fainting sheep we now have on 24/7. If I were an SNL writer I’d redo your clip, word for word, with a Rachel Madow and Chris Matthews 😉 If MSNBC covered the 1980 Election…… 😉

  13. elliesmom says:

    I need a place to share this. I live in a small communiity. We have an HOA that manages four private beaches and a boat launch. The pond is about 49 acres, and it’ separated from a larger pond by a dam. I live near the dam. That’s neither here nor there except to set the scene for what happened today. I was at the beach at the dam with the grandies and a couple of other grandmothers and their little ones. Ellie was giving dog paddling lessons to the little kids. You have to see this to believe it, but she actually gives swimming lessons.
    An older woman drove up to the beach. She got out of her car and sat on the beach and started crying. I approached her to ask if something was wrong. She told me she had spent summers with her grandmother at this spot and seeing all of the kids with their grandmothers had touched her. It’s not unusual for former residents or their kids to stop by, and while the beaches are ostensibly private, these people are more than welcome. But I suspected something more. I kept talking to her, and she finally shared she had just come from her lawyer’s office where she was trying to make a will, and she had realized she had no one to leave what little she had to. She had come to the beach where she had spent a lot of her childhood for some solace. What she got instead was lunch. a dog’s version of a swimming lesson, and a lot of little kid hugs. She also got some ideas of places that could use even a small donation from her. Some places where just the thought would really count. She also got an invitation to come back.
    What I need to share is not that we helped a stranger through a really bad day, but that no one asked her who she had voted for, what she thought about illegal immigration. No one cared. They just offered a hand in friendship. In my heart of hearts, I believe this is the reality of our country for 99 44/100% of people living here today.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Thanks for sharing. Love is a powerful thing.

    • votermom says:

      that’s beautiful
      and how awesome is Ellie!

    • lateblum says:

      What a lovely gift to give that lady. You, Ellie, the grandies and the others and some real comfort and love. ❤️

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Thank you from someone in a similar position. I finally started the process myself. I was left an only child and then an orphan when Mom passed away and have been dreading going to a lawyer. Some days I curse my fiancée ashes as I never expected to be the last one standing in my immediate family. At least not for another couple decades. I finally started getting the info (you need ss# for everything) so I can get beneficiaries updated on life insurance and retirement annuities but I really need to get things in order sooner rather than later. I have tons of relatives scattered about the country but having the conversation of who will handle those things like final arrangements. Then there is how to proceed because I am much closer to my one brother’s children and grand children and my godchildren (cousins kids here in Maryland), but so very aware it is easy create rifts that will difficult repair.

      • cynic says:

        My mother-in-law was a wonderful and kind person. Her siblings always seemed to have some issue with the one unmarried brother. He was an odd duck — lived in a boarding house, never got a driver’s license, never married or had friends, etc.

        Mary would make him his favorite food (pickled pig’s feet, yea, said he was odd), do his laundry, have him over for holidays, etc.

        When he passed away, he left everything to her, as stated in his will. She never told the siblings, and just divided everything equally among them. She knew that it would cause a rift if they knew the truth.

        Now, perhaps the ones that you were closer to would like to pick out something special that would remind them of you. To your surprise, it may not be something of value. I remember my best friend saying that her grandmother had a ceramic dog on a shelf that she liked to look at when she visited, and that’s what she wanted of hers.

        You have just reminded me that we know not what the future holds, and hubby and I should probably get our stuff in order as well!

      • votermom says:

        (((Mt. Laurel)))

    • Constance says:

      Thanks, sounds like a great day.

    • swanspirit says:

      What a great day, I hope she comes back!

      • elliesmom says:

        I hope she comes back, too. With or without grandchildren, the retired folks around here hang out at the dam. It’s a very pretty place and not out in the middle of nowhere like some of the other spots.

    • Dora says:

      That’s a wonderful story. Thanks for sharing it.

    • cynic says:

      Yes, thanks for sharing! I have a special place from my childhood, and just thinking about that place brings a smile to my face.

      You helped her create a new, wonderful memory, and I hope she returns. There’s nothing like making new friends!

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      If she needs someone to leave her money to I am always ready to help.

  14. Dora says:

    At one time the New Yorker was a reputable magazine. Dorothy Parker was one of their popular writers. Well, that was long ago. Once the liberals took it over, they destroyed it like everything else they touch.

    • Lulu says:

      This is their emotional and intelletual maturity level. They are murderous, cartoon consuming, malignant tweens. The Bat Signal will save them! /s

      • swanspirit says:

        Now that you mention it, this so called “cover art” does look more like a bad drawing you would see in a kids school notebook. Pathetic.

        I always thought BHO’s maturity level was stuck somewhere around 14., so it isn’t surprising then, that his cult followers; the ones most angry at POTUS for replacing duh one, are also hovering around that level of maturity as well.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Charlie Hebdo got shot up for less. 😦

    • lyn says:

  15. swanspirit says:

    This weekend, I am hosting three sisters. Their names are Patience, Grace, and Joy. So I have Patience, Grace and Joy in my home for a few days. Call me Happy! I just have to know why their parents chose those names! I will keep you posted.

  16. taw46 says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      The only place I saw the pro-Trump/Free Tommy videos were at the conservative Great Britain FB groups. Seemed to be a larger crowd than the Baby Blimp gangs, but Kahn never approved their permit. Also, had to take down their balloon of Kahn wearing a “Borat” mankini.

  17. Dora says:

    He was a disappointment to me too George.

    ======

    Progressive billionaire George Soros says former President Barack Obama is his “greatest disappointment.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/18/george-soros-calls-barack-obama-his-greatest-disappointment/

    • Lulu says:

      Whelp. I suspect Angela Merkel is but Bronco is out of office so f’ him eh George. Bronco is/was lazy and didn’t get as much done as Geoge thought he paid for. Angela got TOO MUCH done (too many migrants and too much green energy scams and too much switching the German economy to a gimme’ pyramid) and the rubes figured it out. Can’t call out the EU whores because they might still have a ounce of use left in them. Bronco is done. And George is a rotting corpse.

  18. Lulu says:

    The degraded culture is imploding. A nobody PR hack who was willing to go after a US president loses her shitty little writing gigs because she is a f’ed up weirdo who can’t control her freak mouth in a twitter spat and an “edgy” creep who makes stupid movies for the world’s largest global entertainment conglomerate for CHILDREN wishes harm on everyone for doing nothing compared to his own fetishes toward children. These are not young or inexperienced people. Both are well into middle age. These are full on abnormal psychology adults to even think of this shit much less put it on public communication platforms. The assumption that THIS is acceptable in some way clearly shows norms have been so degraded that neither of these nutcases thought they would be called out and punished. And they certainly didn’t think they would be treated by their own side like pariahs. Both now know they are completely replaceable by the next creep willing to stick their neck out for a buck. The ugly, casual filth of the culture finally is falling off the edge. Will they learn to STFU and go back to their holes under rocks where they belong? Not quite yet. But eventually.

  19. Dora says:

    • Lulu says:

      Oh yes it did. Globalists have to have an enemy. It doesn’t matter who or what or why. But preferably someone to rob. Remember that globalists produce nothing but rather suck off production. Middle-class, white people, Russians are all great hosts. Globalists are parasites. They need a host. When I think of a globalist parasite I now think of Hillary the giant tick.

  20. Lulu says:

    Left, proggy, Democrat, etc types are pulling out of Twitter. Maggie Haberman even wrote up a rationale on why she wasn’t going to do it anymore (her employer and most of the MSM wants their slubs to toot their own horns, advertise their crap products to drive sales and eyeball clicks, and maumau the outrage machine) but they are getting their brains beat out. The lefty KOOL kids are supposed to be the tech savvy and word-smithy types not the schmucks who are the target of their marketing and influence peddling. Twitter is now old enough to have their crappy and always wrong mess on it, it is a medium with ZERO editing (which lefties desperately need because they are stupid) as well as being a disastrous platform for the knee-jerkers and hysterics who can’t remember what they were espousing yesterday. It is basically a strategic retreat if not an outright surrender. Since they also have no sense of humor nor ability to gauge cause and effect or other higher reasoning it has turned into a disaster for them. They look like hypocrites and idiots which they are.

    • Lulu says:

      That is the current and most defensible rationale they can come up with at this point. To SAVE the FBI! The most bestest and fabulousist law enforcement agency EVER! They are caught and so need a fake reason. There may be a teeny-tiny element of truth to it. Page is DOJ who was on a detail to the FBI and an excellent stooge and gopher to serve McCabe. She is a professional liar, prevaricator, and flunky. Is she telling some of the truth? Yes because that is what accomplished liars do. Are they trying to cover their butts? Yes. But they are also trying to cover up what they did. And especially WHY. They did it to negate, nullify, strike down a US election. To install their perferred crook. And then when she didn’t win to overthrow an legally elected US president and ruin him and his supporter/voters. Look Squirrel! is going on here. We were just trying to save our heinies is not untrue but most of what/where/why they did is being muted/misdirected with this Page creature thing’s bullshit.

  21. Dora says:

    • Dora says:

      When Hubby and I met DJT at his book signing, Tom asked him if he planned to audit the fed. He answered by saying “You will be surprised to see what I am going to do”. I thought about that when I read this article. 🙂

      • DeniseVB says:

        I remember that day, what a great experience that was for you guys. The fact that he interacted with you was special. Last book signing I attended was for Sally Ride, who just happened to be signing books at the DC Air and Space museum that day and there was no line. Thought I’d pick up her book for my young grandtwins at the time. Sally’s people were pretty rude, Do not ask for a personalization. Do not ask her questions, period. It was like a Soup Nazi experience. Back at the hotel I had my friend just write : To (twins names) Reach for the Stars !, over Sally’s sig.

        • Lulu says:

          I shouldn’t tell this but I snagged and talked to H W Brands at a book signing when he shook off Barnes and Nobles staff to go to the bathroom. When he was coming back to start a little talk I pulled out a well read copy of his biography of Ben Franklin (a no-no to BN who wanted to sell books) and told him four people had read my copy. He like that a lot. I also told him I got my daughter to take two of his classes (she shows up then looking for me and is embassassed that I bushwhacked him!) and had done very well in them but her honors advisers would not let her talk to him and include him as an interview in her thesis. He is adorable! Charming, handsome, tall and skinny. Smart! My type! Anyway he told her to come see him and she did. She loves him too. BN staff were horrified. But I got an autograph in my well loved book and daughter got a 30 minute mini-lecture in his office.

          • Dora says:

            Don’t worry about the staff. You did well. Your daughter too. 🙂

            I have several books by H W Brands, including his biography of Ben Franklin. He is definitely on my lost of favorite writers.

            I think he is cute too. 🙂

          • Lulu says:

            That’s my only stalking story. I usually ignore celebs, famous people, etc. But I think he understood that I sent my beloved child to be taught history. By him. Specifically. He is a wonderful writer. But he is a wonderful prof too per my daughter.

  22. Dora says:

    • taw46 says:

      Kai is growing up! I loved all the photos of her with her grandfather during the campaign. I missed seeing her.

  23. blowme0bama says:

    What a shock. /s

  24. Venus E. Lee says:

  25. votermom says:

  26. lateblum says:

    I deleted an earlier comment because the video was wrong.
    THIS is what I meant to show…

  27. DeniseVB says:

    And, we are here 😉

  28. lateblum says:

    BBL. Gotta get to the farmers’ market before it storms….
    I hope Lulu continues her wondrous comments!
    ❤️ Lulu !

  29. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This is why the right kept losing before Trump:

    You don’t “play nice” with mobs. You open fire and scatter them sumbitches.

    • lyn says:

      I’m waiting for that to happen.

      • Lulu says:

        The Riot Act reading was followed in short time by a mounted cavalry charge with sabers if the dangerous mob didn’t disperse. There was no “please, please stop” nor “stop hurting people”. These fools know what they are doing and don’t care about anyone or anything else. Exactly why are they to be tolerated or given second, third and eight-forth chances? And why does anyone care what they “think”?

  30. DeniseVB says:

  31. DeniseVB says:

  32. Dora says:

    An interesting thread from Rex Imperator on Trump’s strategy in dealing with the deep state.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1016097462107291649.html

  33. Dora says:

  34. SHV says:

    Klown Country:
    “You’ve Heard of Berkeley. Is Merced the Future of the University of California?”

  35. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Guess who doesn’t remember eating ANY pizza last night.

    • elliesmom says:

      You could actually have some fun with what she remembers and what she can’t. I was on some meds that affected my short term memory for a few weeks when my kids were teens. They had a field day with me. But bless her, I know how frustrated she must be.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      It also can be a blessing. I could repeat dishes I made for mom and if telecommuting I could hit hit play all on the DVD she watched the day before and head off to my room to work. Never realized it was the same eight episode of Leave it to Beaver or Golden Girls she had watched the day before. And there are only so many really nice spiral bound word puzzles books in large print. Amazon and Barnes and noble kept pointing out I bought various items years earlier – but hey – she loved them just as much the second time around.

  36. driguana says:

    It’s gotten so these days that you can’t venture too far away from home!~!

  37. taw46 says:

  38. lyn says:

    Mo’ cowbell!

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