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  • ross1948 11:22 on May 14, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: GOP primary, Kathy Barnette, Pennsylvania Senate candidate, ,   

    Wokopedia Wolverines Harassing Black Patriot 

    Wolverines are unpopular animals, but whether, like wolves, they circle about their intended victims before attacking, I’m not sure.



    But no matter!

    Back to a familiar scene.

    Again, Beware Wikipedia Weasels! 


    Wokopedia’s Begging Bowl? 

    The arrogant censorship war being waged on a black conservative US Senate candidate by a leftist clique at Wikipedia deserves comparison with the habits of predators.

    Get this!

    On May 9, an editor deleted the page again.

    Within 24 hours, a different editor stepped in to restore the page.

    No reasons were given….”


    If you read the entire report, which notes that the controlling cabal, ‘the Wikimedia Foundation, a nonprofit that manages Wikipedia, did not respond to a request for comment….

    …and appreciate that the candidate targetted is Kathy Barnette, a military veteran who is seeking to become the first black U.S. senator representing Pennsylvania…

    Kathy Barnette


    ….you may well agree with her analysis of Wokopedia’s on-off-on-off extirpation of her page!

    “When they cancel me, they’re cancelling you

  • ross1948 09:19 on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , GOP primary, Governor Charlie Baker, , , , , ,   

    Nemesis? Pinko RINO Faces Lively Massachusetts Foe! 

    Scott Lively


    That’s the man who upset the USA’s gaystapo apple-cart  last month, at the Massachusetts State Republican Convention on April 28.

    In a state infamous not only for liberalism but also for its  dirty politicians…


    Good! Girl-Drowner Teddy’s Cover-Up Ain’t Forgotten! 

    …this combative pastor got nearly 30% of the delegates, forcing the ultra-liberal RINO ‘Republican’ Governor into a full-scale primary battle in September.

    As Mass Resistance reports, Lively’s success was in spite of a massive effort by the GOP establishment to keep him from getting on the ballot.

    While Charlie Baker would seem unremarkable as a Democrat, his ‘Republican’ label ill-suits somebody with these ‘achievements’ to his discredit –

    • He released a campaign video supporting “gay marriage”.

    • He filled much of his administration with liberal Democrats.

    • He signed the transgender “bathroom bill” into law..

    • His state budget included $1.4 billion to fight “climate change.”

    • AND…

    • He refused to meet with Vice President Pence when he was recently in town.

    • That’s just churlish.

    • =
    • Gambar terkait
    • ‘Rude? Who, me?’ Bugger-wedding champion Baker

      Gov. Baker to dodge visit tomorrow by VP Mike Pence | Boston Herald

    • No surprise then, that we read how the Republican in-crowd is known for using sleazy tactics to keep conservatives off.

    • Four years ago Mark Fisher barely squeaked by after the establishment tried to cheat him out of votes, but MassResistance videoed the count proving he actually made it. (Our video ended up costing the GOP $240,000 to settle Fisher’s subsequent lawsuit over it….

    • Fast forward to Scott Lively’s campaign, and the Baker campaign embarked on a large, expensive campaign to persuade delegates to vote for him – or at least reject Lively by simply “blanking out” the ballot….We have rarely seen anything like it.

    • Despite his doing so well, the usual media suspects have dug in their bigot-left heels, with the Boston Globe’s State House reporter insisting on describing Lively as a “fringe candidate.”

    • There were other good wins too, but you can read all about this fine fightback at MR’s website, which includes a confident assertion that people are tired of mealy-mouthed pro-family groups – and are looking for real culture-war fighters!   http://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen3/18b/Lively-GOP-Convention/index.html


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