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Artist “Mobey”: Trump Is Being Blackmailed

June 19, 2017
Artist “Mobey”: Trump Is Being Blackmailed

Buried deep in a Huffington Post article about Mobey’s new album “More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse”, is a real gem about a tip he received from an intelligence source concerning Donald Trump. Accompanied by Disney-like videos depicting Trump as a rampaging Nazi character, the album is sure to stir controversy. Here’s a link to […]

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Portland Protest Thread – 6-4-17

June 4, 2017
Portland Protest Thread – 6-4-17

This post will be a place holder for info on the “Free Speech” far-right rally and counter-protest in Portland Sunday June 4th. Comments welcome. Overview: Police in Portland, Oregon, prepare for opposing political rallies https://www.reuters.com/article/us-oregon-protests-idUSKBN18V0J0 Antifascist article Portland Liberals Need To Wake Up Before More People Die https://medium.com/@gregoryrobertmckelvey/portland-liberals-need-to-wake-up-before-more-people-die-8182b61d3d1d Rose City Antifa identifies the fascists Meet […]

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