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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Chicago: brown-on-White Murder

By "W"
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 9:03 p.m.

Chicago: brown-on-White Murder

Latino charged w/ deliberately running over White females. One dragged to death:

https://cwbchicago.com/2020/08/driver-intentionally-ran-over-woman-in-river-north-police-say.html



Trump: Canceling School Hurts Low-Income and Minority Pseudo-Families the Most

By "W"
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 7:31 p.m.

Canceling school hurts low-income and minority families the most


"W": This will help him get the attention of blacks, who will then vote for him by the millions.

N.S.: Trump wasn't speaking of "families," which require at least one mother, one father, and one child, but of fake family groupings of an unwed mother and one or more children, which Marxist college professors re-defined as "families," app. 50 years ago.

And why would canceling school hurt "minority families," if they aren't poor? That's yet another phony phrase that Republicans adopted from racial socialists.


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Canceling school hurts low-income and minority families the most


President Trump welcomed a group of teachers, parents, and physicians to the White House today to discuss how best to get American children back to school safely this fall.
 
🎬 Kellyanne Conway: 65 percent of parents worry kids will fall behind
 
Half of low-income families and 42 percent of families of color lack sufficient devices at home to access distance learning. Nearly 30 million American students rely on schools for free or reduced-cost meals, and more than 70 percent of children receiving mental health services do so at school.
 
Closed schools put vulnerable students and families at risk. When the American Academy of Pediatrics issued its call to safely reopen schools this fall, it explained that in-person school helps reduce children's risk of abuse, drug addiction, and suicide.
 
The CDC has recognized that it is a public health priority to return students to in-person learning, and it has released guidelines to help communities do just that. "We are working literally day in and day out with governors and state education leaders to find a way that we can safely reopen our schools," Vice President Pence said.
 
The bottom line: Keeping our schools shut down would do more harm than good. 
 
"I thought digital learning was the future, but we have learned through this COVID crisis that we haven't got digital learning to the point where you can really engage young people," Dr. Paul Peterson told President Trump today.
 
🎬 Dr. Peterson: "They've got to be in that classroom." 
 
President Trump wants to ensure that students, parents, and communities have the support they need to educate children safely this fall. He has called on Congress to provide more than $100 billion in education funding as part of the next Coronavirus relief package, $70 billion of which will go directly to helping K-12 schools remain open.
 
If schools don't reopen in certain states or communities, funding should go directly to students, allowing parents to explore other options such as private, charter, religious, or home schooling to educate their kids.
 
"If the school is closed, why are we paying the school?" President Trump asked. "I'd rather give it to the student or the parents."
 
Fortunately, the case for reopening is backed by science. There is an extremely small risk of serious illness to children from the Coronavirus. According to a Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics study, "children are at far greater risk of critical illness from influenza than COVID-19."
 
While vulnerable populations in schools must be protected, most K-12 teachers are relatively young. The median age for these educators is 41, and over 90 percent are under the age of 60. For people under 60, Coronavirus fatality rates are so low that they are less than or equal to those associated with the seasonal flu. 
 
"The science is so clear that the risk of death or hospitalization for children with this virus is so, so low," said Dr. Melanie McGraw Piasecki, a mother of three. "But we know the risks of missing school are catastrophic. We probably don't even know how high they are yet."
 
Shutting down schools is not the answer. A safe reopening that follows public health guidance is.
 
🎬 President Trump: "I would like the money to follow the student."
 
READ MORE: We can reopen our schools safely

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Kamala Harris is Ineligible to be Vice President Under the U.S. Constitution

By A Colleague
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 9:39 p.m.

Kamala Harris Constitutional Qualifications Questioned

Both parents must be born in this country. But, Obama was born in British East Africa (now Kenya), besides, the RINOs and Democrats did away with what was left of the Constitution in the 1960s.

https://www.newsweek.com/some-questions-kamala-harris-about-eligibility-opinion-1524483




Is Kamala Harris Constitutionally Eligible to be Vice President/President, or Doesn't the Constitution Apply to Affirmative Action (Welfare) Recipients?

By "W"
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 2:07 p.m.

Kamala Harris' Constitutional Qualifications Questioned

https://www.newsweek.com/some-questions-kamala-harris-about-eligibility-opinion-1524483

N.S.: She's partially black, so the Constitution doesn't apply.






Here are All the Images of the Whiteys Rioting for the Little Whitey Boy Shot and Killed by the negro

By A.L.
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 1:56 p.m.

Here are All the Images of the Whiteys Rioting for the Little Whitey Boy Shot and Killed by the negro

https://news.google.com/search?q=angry%20mobs%20of%20white%20people%20protesting%2C%20rioting%2C%20looting%20and%20setting%20fires%20for%20Cannon%20Hinnant&hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen




black Thug Shows, “no respect,” Bites Local black Pastor in Commission of a Carjacking—the Thug’s Second of the Day

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 6:29:00 P.M. EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Police continue to search for a [black] man who stole a car from a young [probably black] mother at gunpoint, then after crashing the car, assaulted a 78-year-old former pastor and local civil rights leader — biting the victim as he tried to get the keys.

It started in Grand Rapids at the BP gas station at Franklin Street and Eastern Avenue around 1 p.m. on Tuesday. A young mother found herself at gunpoint by a man who demanded her vehicle.

[GRA: 95% black ghetto area.]

He sped off in a stolen vehicle but did not get far. He crashed it a few blocks away on Bates Street.

[GRA: If you can’t drive, why steal a car? Because you’re a dumb negro.]

The robber took off on foot, ending up near the Grand Rapids Public Schools administration building. Rev. David May — who has spent his life working for social justice with groups like the NAACP and co-founded the Racial Justice Institute — was meeting his daughter for lunch.

May said the assailant, a young [what?] man who was at least 6-feet-tall [sic], came up behind him as he and his wife were getting into their car. The young man grabbed the 78-year-old and tried to wrestle the keys away.

May said without thinking about it, he hung onto his keys as the assailant bit his hand, drawing blood.

As this was happening, a pair of people stopped their vehicles and tussled with the assailant in the middle of Franklin Street. They tried to hold the suspect down, but he managed to get away.

May was not seriously injured but is taking antibiotics to combat potential infection.

Grand Rapids police K9s were unsuccessful in tracking the suspect who remains at large.

[GRA: For some reason, tracking dogs cannot smell negroes. There was a shooting a short distance from my house last year, the negro shooter ran right past my house—the dogs lost him—they always do.

N.S.: Affirmative action canine hires?]

Police say carjackings are part of an overall increase in crime seen this year with 12 incidents so far in 2020 compared with three for the same time period last year.

May said he is thankful for the help from the bystanders and also says he holds no animosity toward his attacker, but he also hopes a potentially dangerous person is apprehended.

GRA: Black logic again—no animosity, but “I hope they catch him,” (chuckle).

The reporter is a local, ultra-liberal Whitey, who constantly airs anti-White stories of supposed racism—many times, those stories are recanted later.
--GRA



Family Uninjured after SUV Window Shot Out during Crossfire Today of Deadly Shooting that Killed 15-Year-Old




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NCDHHS announced corrections to the state's daily and total testing numbers Wednesday after it discovered discrepancies with reporting from LabCorp.
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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is moving the high school football season to February due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Another Nursing Home Covid-19 Cluster! 93 Cases, Fifth Death Today!

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Fifth Resident of Piedmont Nursing Home Facility with 93 COVID-19 Cases Dies Wednesday, Health Dept. Reports

N.S.: The governors have been warehousing China Virus patients in nursing homes since at least March. The Boss has lost dozens of such patients.




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Winston-Salem police are investigating a deadly shooting Wednesday afternoon.
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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association is moving the high school football season to February due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Joe Biden introduced his newly chosen running mate Kamala Harris on Wednesday, with the former vice president and California senator appearing for the first time together as the Democratic presidential ticket.
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The Race Hoax du jour, or an Irrelevancy? Racist, Offensive Language Spray-Painted in Deer Park Ditch

By A Texas Reader
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 1:22 p.m.

Racist, Offensive Language Spray-Painted in Deer Park Ditch

https://www.click2houston.com/news/local/2020/08/12/racist-offensive-language-spray-painted-in-deer-park-ditch/

ATR: Racist?

Offensive?

Like Kamala Harris?



What is the Lady Doing to the Man in the Picture, Mommy? The Willie and Kamala Show, Part III!

By Grand Rapids Anonymous
 






Is Anyone Going to Ask Kamala about Her High-Caste Indian Privilege?

By R.C.
Wed, Aug 12, 2020 4:08 p.m.

A New York Reader Reader Wonders If Anyone Will Ask Kamala About Her High-Caste Indian Privilege

https://vdare.com/letters/a-new-york-reader-reader-wonders-if-anyone-will-ask-kamala-about-her-high-caste-indian-privilege


Racist Criminals Lecture Their Victims: blm Says Looting Harmless Because “Businesses Have Insurance”

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