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Former ESPN Host Fantasizes About Trump’s Assassination In Unhinged SOTU Rant

Oh my God!

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Back in 2017, then-ESPN personality Jemele Hill labeled President Trump a “white supremacist.”

She was suspended by the sports network before eventually parting ways.

Here’s that tweet:

Now, Jemele is back for more.

During Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, Hill seemed to fantasize about Trump being assassinated.

Responding to a Twitter user who wrote, “please let @AOC yell out, ‘whose mans is this,’” Hill wrote in the now-deleted tweet, “Nah, she gotta hell: GETCHO HAND OUT MY POCKET.”

Hill was referencing the commotion before the murder of Malcolm X. As noted by The Federalist, “The phrase ‘Get your hand outta my pocket!’ was the same one yelled in the Manhattan Audubon Ballroom in 1965 as a distraction before the murder of Malcolm X. As the room tried to quell the commotion, another man rushed forward and shot Malcolm X in the chest.”

She has since deleted the tweet.

See it:

Hill wasn’t done ranting, though…

What a shame.

She later tried to clear her name:

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) refused to clap when 45 said that black, Hispanic, and Asian unemployment has hit record low levels.

WATCH:

SMH.

More from the SOTU:

Maybe Jemele should focus on facts. For example, a 2013 video shows racist Virginia Governor Ralph Northam refusing to shake the hand of a black opponent.

Heck, Ralph wouldn’t even acknowledge the man.

See for yourself:

The video, which has circulated on social media for years, shows the very end of a debate when then-Virginia Lieutenant Governor candidate Northam refused to shake hands with his opponent E.W. Jackson during an on-air debate.

Video of the incident shows that when Jackson extended his hand Northam acted like he didn’t see it. Jackson then tapped Northam with his hand to let him know he was trying to shake his hand and Northam still refused to acknowledge Jackson.

WATCH:

Northam “met with his cabinet on Monday as state legislators returned to a Capitol thrown into chaos by the governor’s insistence on staying in office despite revelations that a photograph showing people in blackface and Ku Klux Klan robes was displayed on his medical school yearbook page,” The New York Times reported. “But even after meeting Sunday night with a group of his African-American aides, most of whom told him the only way he could clear his name would be to quit, Mr. Northam was giving no indication that he intended to step down.”

 

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HERE WE GO: Mueller Report Expected as Early as NEXT WEEK

Will Mueller go out with a bang, or a whimper? We may soon find out.

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Robert Mueller

It has been a long and arduous journey these last 20-some month, waiting to find out just what the Special Counsel thinks about the 2016 election of Donald Trump to the White House.

For the left, Mueller has been represented as some last-ditch effort to somehow nullify the results of that contest, and reignite the debate over whether or not Donald Trump is guilty of something far worse than election fraud.

Of course, one would imagine that a man of his investigatory diligence would have sniffed out such a wild reality far earlier than 20 months into this probe.  In other words, Mueller certainly has a pile of evidence to show us, but his report will be more of a smothering pillow than a knife to the throat.

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The slow and infuriating media spin surrounding the coming report has been swirling for months, obviously, but we could be facing a full-blown, category 5 propaganda storm in just a matter of days.

Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a summary of Mueller’s confidential report, according to people familiar with the plans.

The preparations are the clearest indication yet that Mueller is nearly done with his almost two-year investigation.
The precise timing of the announcement is subject to change.
The scope and contours of what Barr will send to Congress remain unclear. Also unclear is how long it will take Justice officials to prepare what will be submitted to lawmakers.
The report will undoubtedly be contentious, not only in its content, but in its exclusion from the public eye.
Many are expecting the report to remain classified, at least at first – a possibility that has many taxpayers and Congresspeople furious.

 

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Lawyer for Covington Kid Brings $250 Million Defamation Suit Against ‘Washington Post’

Sandmann’s lawyer, Lin Wood, added that more lawsuits would be filed against other news sources and even some entertainers in the coming weeks.

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MAGA

A lawyer for one of the Covington Catholic kids falsely accused of being a “racist” against a group of Native Americans in Washington D.C. is now suing the Washington Post for defamation… for a whopping 250 million bucks.

You’ll recall that the whole left-wing media establishment jumped to the conclusions that a group of Catholic school kids from Kentucky were “racists” when video broke that liberals claimed showed the teens “mocking” a group of Native Americans led by notorious liar Nathan Phillips.

“News” outlets such as the Washington Post immediately branded the kids as white privilege-infused racists. The accusation was slammed home when the media began selling the lies of the leader of the Indian group, Nathan Phillips.

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Phillips stampeded to every camera he could find to tell the media that the boys yelled racist, Trump slogans at him, that they threateningly “blocked” his movements, and that they mocked and intimidated him and his group.

But over the ensuing days, more and longer videos of the encounter between the school boys and the Native Americans came out that proved exactly the opposite of the original claims. Indeed, it was the kids who were accosted by the activists — including a group of black radicals that had been calling the boys names for half an hour before the Indians even showed up.

Sadly, the ignoramuses at the Covington Diocese immediately joined the left-wing media in denouncing the boys as racists. But, after the other videos emerged, the Catholic authorities launched an investigation that eventually cleared the boys of all wrongdoing.

“We found no evidence of offensive or racist statements by students to Mr. Phillips or members of his group,” the Church report said. “Some students performed a ‘tomahawk chop’ to the beat of Mr. Phillips’ drumming and some joined in Mr. Phillips’ chant.”

Now the main schoolboy who was accused of racism, Nick Sandmann, is suing those who attacked him unfairly and without proof.

According to the Washington Times:

“Nick Sandmann is 16 years old & has 2½+ years to identify accusers & sue them,” Atlanta attorney L. Lin Wood said Saturday on Twitter. “No member of mainstream & social media mob who attacked him should take comfort from not being sued in initial round of lawsuits which will commence next week. Time is Nick’s friend, not his enemy.”

Also, according to Reuters:

The lawsuit claims that the newspaper “wrongfully targeted and bullied” the teen to advance its bias against President Donald Trump because Sandmann is a white Catholic who wore a Make America Great Again souvenir cap on a school field trip to the March for Life anti-abortion rally in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 18.

Sandmann’s lawyer, Lin Wood, added that more lawsuits would be filed against other news sources and even some entertainers in the coming weeks.

Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter @warnerthuston.

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