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Sep 22 2016

CNN Reporter Body-Slammed by Charlotte Thug on Air

The progressives who run everything used welfare policy to create a massive underclass of uncivilized brutes whose only social purpose is to vote for Democrats. Now they use their control of the media to hype bogus grievances, and to excuse any behavior by this underclass, no matter how sociopathic. To the extent that by working for CNN, reporter Ed Lavandera is a member of the ruling elite, social justice has been answered with a small taste of poetic justice:

Lavandera was assaulted by an aggressive protester while he was reporting live Wednesday night from Charlotte, the epicenter of violent Black Lives Matter demonstrations following two police-involved shootings this week.

Lavandera, reporting back to network host Anderson Cooper, was detailing the riotous events unfolding in downtown Charlotte when a man, appearing to be a protester, rushed the correspondent, instantly forcing him to the ground.

Apparently he wasn’t hurt. If only we could say the same for the police officers who have been injured while defending civilization.



  • grayjohn

    Chimps are better behaved than these subhuman shit balls.

  • MAS

    “If you need to leave the area that’s OK.”

    Ahh hahaha ahhh hahaha…please stop my side’s hurting…ahh hahaha…ouch.

  • Karma’s Janitor

    That liberal karma is awesome. SJW warriors on the front line receive a welcome from the BLM movement. Call Obama if have anything to report.
    He is interested in the progress this movement is making.

  • 762×51

    Imagine that, a race based “skirmish” on the streets of America. Almost like we are headed for, oh, I don’t know, call it Civil WAR.

    For the fools and imbeciles who don’t believe it can or will happen. There were many such “skirmishes” prior to the attack on Ft Sumter. Those events date dack at least as far as 1837 when a mob killed publisher Elijah Lovejoy in Alron, IL for his anti-slavery works, 1838 when Kentucky Congressman William J. Graves killed Maine Congressman Jonathan Cilley in a duel. The Democrat Cilley didn’t like how his party was being treated for its disreputable handling of the economy, most notably the Panic of 1837, sound familiar? It continued on for the next 20 years, 1855, Violence by pro-slavery looters from Missouri known as Border Ruffians and anti-slavery groups known as Jayhawkers or “Redlegs” breaks out in “Bleeding Kansas” as pro-slavery and anti-slavery supporters try to organize the territory as slave or free.and it culminated in the 1857 SCOTUS Dredd Scott decision which lit the fuse for the final descent into Civil War. By 1859, members of Congress were coming to congressional sessions armed, and John Brown leads the attack on Harper’s Ferry. From Nov. 1860 when Lincoln is elected President until the attack on Ft Sumter April 12th, 1861, events occur almost daily that move the nation into war.

    Times and technology have changed the speed at which events occur. In 1850, it could take 3 to 6 months for words of an attack, murder, battle, etc., to reach across the country, Mississippi River to Atlantic Ocean. Today, of course, we routinely watch events from around the world unfold in real time on TV. Meaning that there isn’t 5 years or three tears or even one year left before this starts.

    These early skirmishes have been happening now for far longer than you realize, they are happening more frequently and are much larger than before. Emboldened by the anti-American media and Comrade Obama they will continue to grow until somewhere, there is another attack on a modern Ft Sumter. Could my timing be off? Sure, but it WILL happen, maybe six months maybe 20 months, who can tell. The point is, it IS happening and nothing can stop it now, not even the election of the new false messiah tRump.

  • Dad_All_Day

    Glad he wasn’t hurt, but was he educated by the experience?

  • TED

    PROOF, NOTHING can keep CNN from spreading more LIES!

  • skankhunt42

    wouldn’t count on it.

  • Silence Dogood

    But, but… I thought it was a peaceful protest…

    Like these thugs could do anything peaceful… LMAO

  • Silence Dogood

    Yep, another civil war is on the horizon, only this time it’s not about state’s rights nor is it about slavery, it’s about ungrateful slobs who, no matter what gets done, will NEVER be happy.

  • JackisBack

    If the camera wasn’t rolling the black racist probably would have satbbed him.

  • KHarn

    One country cannot wage a “civil war” against another. The reason no Southern leader was brought to trial was because the Yankees would have had to prove that secession was illegal. Three potential prosecutors warned that the U.S. might have to recognize the Confederacy if they made an issue of it.
    There was an anti-slavery movement in the South before the war, but yankee abolitionists were so rabid in in their PERSONAL attacks against Southerners that the Southerners had to DEFEND slavery in order to defend their reputations and that killed the movement.

  • Jester

    TOO FUNNY!!!! The Left eating itself once again….http://i37.tinypic.com/fw0do4.jpg

  • 762×51

    I see your point, however, 150 years later, it is pretty well known as the Civil War, so I just run with that term. I know in the south many refer to it still as the the war of northern aggression, a little long for a catchy title. It is also referred to as the war between the states, again, not very catchy.

    The coming conflict is actually going to be more of a hybrid between the Civil War(sorry) and the Revolutionary War, though what is about to happen will make the two of them combined look like a church social. I think secession is legal, one enters into a contract(that’s what the “Union” is,a contract among the several states), , one can choose to leave that contract, especially when the other parties have so blatantly violated their portion of that same contract.

    Another poster, Jefferson Spinning I think it was, observed that in today’s circumstances, it is the Progressive states that have already seceded by refusing to enforce federal laws, Colorado and others marijuana laws and many states sanctuary cities are examples, Seems to me we should adopt that position and accept their secession, redraw the lines and move on. It would avoid much bloodshed that is otherwise inevitable.

  • 762×51

    It will not be a nice tidy package of North v. South, certainly. It won’t even be entire states against other complete states. Today, the population centers control the states, Chicago controls IL is a glaring example of this but any state you can name has a similar situation. So that is the macro view but it gets worse than that. Cities have, in many cases, grown together in contiguous metropolitan cesspools, again Chicago, IL and Gary IN., a better example is the D.C. area which now is one contiguous city from Manassas, VA to Baltimore, MD. You can actually take a local “milk run” bus from Ocean City, MD. to Dover, DE.

    What that means is that the urban areas will be poised against the rural areas but within those cities there will be neighborhoods against other neighborhoods right down to neighbors against neighbors. Can you imagine the poor soul who lives next door to our resident rodent, jerklesworth?

    The bloodshed is going to be massive, casualties in the millions if this fully materializes as I believe it will. I have talked about this at length for years trying to warn people what is happening. Now, I believe it will be far worse that I anticipated.

  • Silence Dogood

    You are right, on every point. I figure that once fighting breaks out, 1/3rd of the population will die. Right off the top. Then once the bulk of the sheep are out of the way, this is where it will be the gangs of the inner cities against those of us that have survived in the suburbs that have lived thus far. This process will separate the weak from the strong as well as the preppies from the survivalists. Those of us that are willing to make the “hard choices”, like the ability to shoot someone at point blank range and not think twice about it. Yeah, it’s going to be very ugly. The streets will run red I’m sure. Good luck and Godspeed to you and yours my friend.

  • 762×51

    Thank you sir, and the same to you.

    As for shooting the enemy point blank, usually it is a snap decision, shoot or die situation. I have found it was more difficult to adjust to striking a target at extended ranges. Not only is it not a kill or be killed situation, you have to watch their face through the scope. Detachment is the key to winning that battle.

    This scene from the Generation Kill miniseries, never happened, but you do feel like it at times..
    https://youtu.be/x-k4i0JBs8E

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