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Trump wants to take away the citizenship of millions of African Americans to lose our voting rights

civil rights and enslave us.


The 14th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified on July 9, 1868, and granted citizenship to “all persons born or naturalized in the United States,” which included former slaves recently freed.


Stop all non-whites from coming to America, enact the Black Codes and take away all the civil rights of African Americans...Make America white again.

Man who killed 2 at Kroger tried to enter a predominantly black church earlier

By Faith Karimi, CNN

Updated 3:58 AM ET, Sun October 28, 2018

(CNN)A white man who allegedly killed two people at a Kroger grocery store in Kentucky tried to enter a predominantly black church nearby minutes before the fatal shooting, police said.

The two people killed Wednesday -- Maurice Stallard and Vickie Jones -- were shot in the grocery store and the parking lot, respectively. CNN affiliate WDRB described both victims as black.

Police arrested suspect Gregory A. Bush, 51, shortly after the shooting, which happened in the Louisville suburb of Jeffersontown.

"Our hearts break for the families of the those we lost to the tragedy at the Jeffersontown Kroger," Russell M. Coleman, the US attorney for the Western District of Kentucky, said in a statement Friday. "The murders are not being taken lightly by the United States government. Federal investigators are supporting local law enforcement and examining this matter from the perspective of federal criminal law, which includes potential civil rights violations such as hate crimes."

Surveillance video showed that 10 to 15 minutes before the grocery store shooting, Bush tried to enter the First Baptist Church in Jeffersontown, police Chief Sam Rogers said.

A church member sitting in the parking lot saw the suspect banging on and pulling the door, trying to get inside, the affiliate reported.

"To think that an hour and a half earlier, we had 70 people in the church," church administrator Billy Williams told the affiliate. "But by the time he came through, all doors were locked, and there were probably eight or 10 still in the building."

When Bush was unable to enter the church, he went to Kroger and opened fire in the store, killing Stallard, 69, police said.

The suspect then fled the store and shot a second victim, Jones, 67, in the parking lot, according to authorities.

He exchanged multiple rounds of gunfire in the Kroger parking lot with an armed civilian who had a carry concealed permit. Nobody was injured, and the suspect fled the scene, police said. He was arrested nearby.

Stallard was at the store with his 12-year-old grandson buying a poster board for the boy's school project when he got shot. His grandson ran out of the store, screaming for help, Enzo Palombino said.

Palombino told the affiliate that the boy ran toward him. He grabbed his hand and took him to his car, where they called the boy's mother.

"We're on the phone just trying to get ahold of his mom, and I could just see the fear in his face," he said. "And I'm holding him the whole time."

Palombino said the boy's screaming and yelling is still replaying in his head.


Kroger said it was saddened by the shooting, and has closed the store until the investigation concludes. It referred all questions to local law enforcement.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said Stallard was the father of Kellie Watson, the chief equity officer for the city of Louisville.

"I'm just sick and heartbroken and quite angry. I feel that way about any act of violence and cruelty," Fischer said.

Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf said the shooting has shattered a community that values its sense of family.

"We are kindred spirits no matter our walk of life or how we worship or what we look like. We take pride in that," he said.

https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/26/us/kentucky-kroger-shooting/index.html

Lookie..

https://twitter.com/JoeNBC/status/1055125181293883392

An uncivilized person telling people to be civil. Smh.

Narcissism overload.

** Something brewing about a package and Joe Biden to an old address...

It continues. Per CNN

Another person on Trumps list


Not an ounce of responsibility, Trump blames the media at rally tonight..

CNN reporting right now



President Donald Trump took no responsibility for the national political environment at a campaign rally Wednesday night, instead a pointing finger at opponents and the news media.

Trump addressed the explosive devices mailed to the Obamas, the Clintons, CNN and other public officials during a rally in Wisconsin.

He complained of “mobs” -- a reference to protesters who opposed Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, confronting Republican senators on Capitol Hill, and who have publicly confronted GOP lawmakers and Trump Cabinet officials at restaurants and in public.

“No one should carelessly compare political opponents to historical villains, which is done often and all the time. It’s got to stop. We should not mob people in public spaces or destroy public property. There is one way to settle our disagreements -- it’s called peacefully, at the ballot box. That’s what we want,” Trump said.

He then said it’s the news media’s responsibility to set the national political tone.

“The media also has a responsibility to set a civil tone and to stop the endless hostility and constant negative and oftentimes false attacks and stories. Have to do it,” he said.

Trump took no responsibility for his own rhetoric -- which has included attacks on news outlets and Democratic opponents, as well as moments like a recent rally in Montana where he praised a Republican congressman who pled guilty to charges stemming from his body-slamming a reporter.

“I’m being very nice,” Trump said.


https://www.cnn.com/politics/live-news/trump-rally-wisconsin-october-2018/index.html

Lets talk...

Police and the secret service are asking the public to report anyone they know who they think may be capable of doing this. Neighbors, friends, family members. Do you think these Trump followers will ever report anyone they know to the police who is displaying the behavior of acting out violence against dem politician or the press? IMO, I don't think they will.

**Package was sent to AG Eric Holders home....smh. It was intercepted . Good

More are being sent packages....only fear and hatred causes this.

Kavanaugh: This is a left-wing conspiracy by the dems and the Clintons against me'

Words have consequences, and if this rhetoric continues ...smh. But it won't stop unfortunately
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