White males are the “greatest terrorist group” in the United States, according to CNN commentator and attorney Angela Rye.

Rye leveled the claim during a panel discussion with Republican campaign strategist Patrick Griffin and CNN host Chris ‘Fredo’ Cuomo.

“These members of Congress have decided to stand up and speak out for the Democratic caucus — Nancy Pelosi can’t even control these folks. This has nothing to do with the color of their skin, this has everything to do with the fact that they are supporting terrorist organizations in Israel,” Griffin asserted during a debate about the on-going drama swirling around Muslim members of ‘The Squad.’

“This is about the fact that these four women — particularly these two — have taken over the Democratic party, hijacked it from their own speaker.”

Rye seized upon the terms “hijacked” and “these folks” as being somehow racially-charged.

“It’s so interesting that you use that term for the only two Muslim women in Congress — the term you chose to use is ‘hijacking,'” Rye said. “The bottom line is, the greatest terrorist group in this country are white men — white men who think like you. That is the greatest terrorist threat in this country.”

“You know what’s silly? The fact that you’re on here knowing how dangerous times are right now, defending this nonsense, calling people ‘these folks.'”

Rye’s assessments closely align with those made last week on MSNBC by a former top FBI official who implied that all Trump supporters are effectively terrorists.

“This is why it’s so important to look through the lens of radicalization when you look at this president and then apply counter-radicalization techniques,” said C. Frank Figliuzzi, former assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division.

“He demands that loyalty, and they are loyal. So if you call Trump followers racist en masse, they simply coalesce around each other and become even more defensive and protective of the leader — just as they would in, say, a terrorist organization.”



Bill Maher switches between an angel of light and angel of dark, and has recently been heard criticizing the boycott Israel movement.

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A former top White House aide says Anthony Scaramucci “terrorized” young staffers during his brief stint as communications director in the Trump administration.

Mercedes Schlap, who served as President Trump’s director of strategic communications for nearly two years before joining the Trump 2020 campaign team, blasted ‘The Mooch’ during an interview addressing his recent attacks on the president.

“Anthony Scaramucci is all about Anthony Scaramucci, and you can ask the young staffers in the communications office that literally were terrorized by Anthony Scaramucci, where he only survived 11 days in that job,” told Fox News’ Martha MacAllum. “You ask those staffers and they always say that was the worst time to work in the communications job, which was under the reign of Anthony Scaramucci.”

“Anthony was too weak and too much of a loser to survive the stresses of the White House.”

Pressed by MacAllum to elaborate on her allegations, Schlap responded, “He would intimidate the young communications staffers. He would go in there saying, ‘Who’s going to be fired next?’”

“It was a complete terrorizing of this young communications staff who were trying to do good work for the president.”

Scaramucci and Trump have been engaged in a fiery war of words since the The Mooch began criticizing the president heavily in recent television interviews.

Scaramucci has now renounced his support of President Trump, telling CNN it may be time to “consider a change at the top of the [2020] ticket.”

“We are now in the early episodes of ‘Chernobyl’ on HBO, where the reactor is melting down and the apparatchiks are trying to figure out whether to cover it up or start the clean-up process,” Scaramucci told Axios. “A couple more weeks like this and ‘country over party’ is going to require the Republicans to replace the top of the ticket in 2020.”



President Trump announced he will take action against Big Tech election meddling.

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A job opening advertised by a Manhattan school district targeted “teachers of color,” the New York Post reports just days after the filing of a $90 million discrimination lawsuit by three NYC Department of Education officials alleging anti-white bias.

The ad, which was reportedly posted on Indeed.com in April, invited applicants to attend a May 14th job fair.

A teacher took a screenshot of the posting before it was deleted and provided it to the Post.

“District 1 in NYC is looking to hire teachers of color for the 2019-2020 school year,” the ad read.

Screenshot / New York Post

A description of the job fair posted to Eventbrite reportedly stated, “We are committed to diversifying our teaching staff to better serve the diverse populations we serve.”

A DOE spokesman says the posting was “not authorized” and the matter is being investigated.

“This was a mistake by one school and it shouldn’t have happened,” he said.

Lawyers consulted by the Post offered their opinions that the advert violated employment discrimination laws and could potentially lead to a lawsuit.

“So, playing this out, if a qualified applicant who is not a person of color is denied the job, that person could bring a claim for discrimination and that job posting would be strong evidence that race/color played a factor in the decision,” said employment attorney David Gottlieb.

The NYC DOE is currently embroiled in a budding scandal stemming from the recent filing of a bombshell lawsuit alleging Chancellor Richard Carranza and other officials have engaged in a ‘crusade against toxic whiteness’ in the department.

The three plaintiffs, all white women and former DOE executives, allege they were systematically purged from their positions and replaced with less qualified persons of color, and shamed and demeaned in the process.

“Under Carranza’s leadership, DOE has swiftly and irrevocably silenced, sidelined and punished plaintiffs and other Caucasian female DOE employees on the basis of their race, gender and unwillingness to accept their other colleagues’ hateful stereotypes about them,” the plaintiffs’ attorney, Davida S. Perry, wrote in the filing.

Carranza, who was appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2018, recently denied any wrongdoing or discriminatory policies.



A new show on Netflix features a drag queen dance instructor pushing the trans agenda into the mainstream.

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A young white couple were executed by a gang of robbers while sitting in their vehicle on a highway outside Johannesburg, South Africa, according to reports.

Jessica Kuhn, 23, and Johanco Fleischman, 19, had reportedly run out of fuel and were waiting for a relative to bring a gas can when three men walked up to their truck and began uttering anti-white racial slurs before eventually opening fire and killing the couple in broad daylight.

Two passengers who were sitting in the back of the truck managed to escape after being badly beaten by the attackers.

The gang also set the truck ablaze with a lighter after stealing items from their victims.

“As they waited for rescue they said three men walked past the car and then walked back hissing the word ‘umhulungu’ at Johanco – a derogatory phrase for a white man,” the Daily Mail reports. “One of the men then pulled a revolver without warning and fired at least nine bullets, hitting Johanco several times in the body.”

“As he slumped into the road the gunman leaned into the cab and killed Jessica with a single shot to the head, before stealing her mobile phone.”

A passing motorist saw the truck fire and discovered the bodies while attempting to put it out.

“There were people already on the scene and the two workers who were in the back when the attack happened had returned but both been badly beaten and were severely traumatised,” said a local police spokesman.



Millie Weaver went to a pro-abortion event in Austin, Texas, where she was accosted for asking questions of those who were in attendance.

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The BBC has come under fire after multiple DJs aired a song by an ‘Asian’ rapper who brags about pimping “white girls” and using them to sell drugs.

DJs Bobby Friction and Kan D Man both reportedly chose to spin ‘grime’ rapper Frenzo Harami’s track “Chaabian Boyz” on the BBC Asian Network and Radio 1, according to UK media.

Lyrics in the song include:

“She just f**ked 100 men, she’s like, ‘Who’s next?'”

“Had them white birds on the side curbs, looking for a dirty Paki or a white nerd.”

“I had a white girl, I used to call a cash machine. I got 20 white girls and they all trap [sell drugs] for me. They’re all in the flats laying on their backs for P [money].”

In response, Chris Tuck, founder of the Survivors of Abuse charity, told the London Times, “I do not think it’s appropriate for any individual or group to promote the exploitation of women of any race.”

The BBC has announced the song will be dropped from rotation.

“A version of the track which did not meet our editorial standards was played on Asian Network produced shows, in error,” the network said in a statement. “The song will not be played on any future shows.”

Harami has taken note of the publicity his song has received as a result of the controversy, posting screenshots of articles on his Instagram page.

“Peak times,” Harami wrote next to a Daily Mail headline.

In recent years, the U.K. has been rocked by revelations that ‘grooming gangs’ have been operating in towns and cities across country for decades, with thousands of white British girls being drugged, trafficked, and raped by sexual predators, the vast majority of whom are Asian men.

The most notorious case emerged from Rotherham, where the lives of over 1,400 girls were systematically destroyed by gangs of primarily Pakistani men, including one victim who testified that she had been raped by “at least 100 Asian men” by the time she was 16-years-old.



Halima Aden is featured in the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition wearing a “burkini” – highlighting the fact that Sharia Law is now being normalized in the West.

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A UK fire department is actively discriminating against white male candidates in an effort to hire more females and minorities, according to a whistleblower.

White males hoping to join the West Midlands Fire Service are required to score at least 70 percent on a verbal and numerical reasoning test in order to advance to the next round, while minorities and women can qualify with a 60 percent grade, the Daily Mail reports.

A leaked memo provided to the Mail indicates the department, one of the largest in Britain, hopes that by 2021, women will constitute 60 percent of new recruits, and blacks and other minorities 35 percent.

The source claims the recruitment program costs roughly $130,000 per year, with some $3,300 going monthly to Facebook ads specifically targeting women.

“This directly discriminates against white men,” the source said. “Not only are they discriminating against large parts of my community, but they are also using huge amounts of public money to do so.”

“It’s not fair on the members of the community who rightly expect the best people for the job will be selected to serve on the front line. It’s difficult to swallow knowing people have not been able to achieve their dream careers because they are too white or too male.

When asked for comment, a spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service seemed to indicate the policies may very well be in effect.

“The approaches we take for recruitment and selection are carefully considered to ensure that they are appropriate, balanced and, above all, legal,” the spokesman told the Mail. “West Midlands Fire Service is committed to having a workforce which reflects the diversity of the population of all our communities, and one that is welcoming to all.”

“We are working hard to break down barriers faced by people who could bring so much to our service and to their community.”


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Modern feminism has morphed into an ideology where all men are portrayed as predators. Andrew Tate joins Alex to break down the lies used by the left against straight/white/Christian/conservative/males.