Trump Walks Back Proud Boys Remarks 

Presidential Debate Complete Joke

Cristal M Clark

If you caught the Presidential Debate last night no doubt you were left feeling like WTF. It was disgraceful, hateful at times and an utter and complete joke. Trump all but had a meltdown, Biden told him at one point to “Shut Up,” and to be honest it reminded me of two teens who are sworn enemies although they really don’t have a reason to be. 

Trump showed every true color he could possibly show even the narcissistic part of himself where he knows he is losing control of someone and a situation so he starts to try to blame, deflect, boast, manipulate. 

In this case he is continuing his argument in that Americans cannot trust the election, hence he is attempting to cast election doubt. 

“Wallace: Will you urge your supporters to stay calm during this extended period, not to engage in any civil unrest? And will you pledge tonight that you will not declare victory until the election has been independently certified? President Trump, you go first.

Trump: I’m urging my supporters to go into the polls and watch very carefully. Because that’s what has to happen. I am urging them to do it. As you know, today, there was a big problem. In Philadelphia they went in to watch. They were called poll watchers — a very safe, very nice thing. They were thrown out. They weren’t allowed to watch. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia, bad things. And I — I am urging — I am urging my people. I hope it’s going to be a fair election. If it’s a fair election…

Wallace: You’re urging them what?

Trump: … I am 100% on board. But if I see tens of thousands of ballots being manipulated, I can’t go along with that. And I’ll tell you what. From a common-sense…”

What in the actual fuck? Is Trump really this stupid? 

Poll watching is not entirely legal, in particular because it is considered a form of harassment and intimidation. 

It’s also a Federal Crime to watch the polls, threaten, intimidate, harass or to try to sway the vote by your very presence to be bullying voters at the polls. 

So this dipshit is urging his supporters to commit Federal crimes, of course I can’t be too surprised he also urged his supporters to vote both by mail and in person. 

By far however is the fact that last night Trump refused to denounce racism and politely asked the Proud Boys to stand down and to Stand By but the idiot put his foot in his mouth and said someone has to say something about ANTIFA? 

Okay let’s set the record straight about ANTIFA, by our own Federal Government it is considered a movement not a group, not left, not right but a movement. Someone get Donald J Trump a dictionary or draw it out for him with crayons so he shuts the fuck up about it, clearly he doesn’t know what a movement is. . 

The Proud Boys are in fact a hate group, they are considered a hate group, they have time and time again been arrested throughout our nation for standing with white supremacists and causing harm to others. And I did see a report on CNN this AM where a female reporter was called names and while the group, note not movement but group is not exclusively white men, they did tout they like to get together at protests and drink beer. 

What a way to announce to the world not only are you uneducated trash, but you are uneducated weaponized trash going to protests because you’re on one side don’t have enough to do and want to cause trouble and the side you are on, well it happens to be the side of racism, police brutality and racial inequality. Colorado Proud Boys remain active, have protested with neo-Nazis after all and reports today are surfacing from other parts of the US indicating the same in other states with regards to the Proud Boys group. Note it’s not a movement they after all proudly told CNN today that they are like Biker Clubs without the Bikes. 

So in the words of the Feds, they would by default be classified as a gang, that is after all what MC’s are considered to be by the Feds. 

God Fucking morons, they don’t even realize they just got up on TV and compared themselves to groups that the Fed’s consider to be fucking criminals.  

Today Trump sort of walked his remarks back with regards to the Proud Boys, but he couldn’t quite form the words racism. It’s like he has a speech impediment surrounding the words “racist and/or racism.” 

Focus groups didn’t think a lot of Trump either, he was referred to as unhinged, a crackhead. 

And other Countries again looked on at our illustrious President in horror. 

Not that Biden did too much better, he did have some class though. 

It is clear Trump knows that he is losing in the polls, badly and he cannot afford to lose the election otherwise he and his inbred kin might lose everything soon enough and his only hope is to undermine the American peoples trust in the voting process. He is attempting to scare people away from voting and that would be how he wins. 

I wouldn’t be banking on winning though Donald J Trump, another 4 years in office also opens you up to actually being removed from office this time, due to your status as a liability in terms of National Security.

Vote him out or remove him by force, either way it’s highly doubtful he’ll successfully make it a full 2nd term, but he’s too blind to see that one. 

Cristal M Clark

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Social Media – just made ‘Stop and Frisk’ digital


African American’s now even more vulnerable

Thanks to social media it appears that “Stop and Frisk” is now digital.


Law Enforcement using social media to track criminals is nothing new but, it does bring about new concerns regarding racially profiling and racial bias on the part of law enforcement.

Many law enforcement agencies have turned to social media to help them gather evidence, look for suspects, search viral video’s, monitor crime that is both online and not online and to piece together a string of events.

Which begs the question, does it cross a line?  

If it does cross the line, at what point is it considered crossing the line?

What’s more is that legal teams use social media to gather evidence, they hire people to scan social media and look for evidence and sometimes friend you to obtain it, which is not illegal nor is it entrapment if you go by the letter of the law, ex’s use social media to gather evidence, insurance companies use it to fight false claims, parents use it to watch over children, even some employers use it in states where they are legally allowed to.

The point is, does our using a “free” social media website afford us the same rights to privacy that we have in our homes? The 4th Amendment Right states that officers must obtain a warrant before searching areas where citizens have a “reasonable expectation of privacy.”

So what is social media considered? It’s a public platform, a very public platform.  

Because it is public can we really expect a reasonable amount of privacy?

Twitter reported that from January – June of this year they had received at least 2,520 requests from law enforcement in the U.S. and of that, they were able to provide law enforcement with what they wanted 82% of the time.

Facebook reported that for 2015 it received 30,000 requests and has a 81% compliance rate, which happens to be up 2.3% from the same time period the year prior.

Twitter releases its transparency report twice a year. The report shows the number of government and corporate requests it receives. California was the 3rd leading state in information requests, following Virginia and New York.

In New York it’s widely reported that NYPD officers are encouraged to join Twitter and other social media platforms, as I am sure other departments and officers nationwide are.

What that means is that law enforcement could potentially see your social media posts, follow or friend you and obtain all of the information they wanted to, without a warrant.

The Baltimore Police Department in fact had a users profile shut down during a standoff after they learned that Korryn Gains was interacting with users from her social media during her standoff with police. As it turned out, the users were encouraging her to not comply with officers as she live streamed the event.

The Baltimore Police Department of course took that very seriously, they felt that it was interfering with the job of the negotiators who were attempting to talk Gains down. Which it was.

To be fair, unofficial monitoring of social media does not have legal oversight from any judge, court or public oversight committee which in turn has started a new concern running around the web.

That concern is that racial profiling has been moved from the street and to the social media platform and that the monitoring of African Americans is a recreation of “stop and frisk.”

To take that a step further, some feel that social media companies and organizations are strengthening their relationships with law enforcement which is in turn allowing for even more monitoring.

Still the same we have to come to terms with the fact that if you are using a social media site, news site, blog, podcast or the like that you have made the choice to broadcast whatever it is you are saying or doing to the world.

In turn, because of that choice the user has chosen to forgo his or her rights to privacy with the laws that we have today.

Just remember, much like being on a stage in front of thousands, if you admit to anything illegal or choose to podcast something illegal, because it was distributed to a public forum, it does in fact become a matter of public record.

Cristal M Clark

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