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A white Georgia principal shocked students and their families on Friday, May 8, when she made racist comments at her school’s graduation ceremony. A video that captures the incident has gone viral.
TNT Academy founder Nancy Gordeuk made the remarks after accidentally dismissing graduates before the class valedictorian gave his speech. While attempting to get families to pay attention, she called a man who had been taking photographs a “goober” and a “coward.”
Her comments caused an unrelated family to walk out of the graduation, along with a few others, at which point she began a tirade about people exiting the ceremony.
“You people are being so rude to not listen to this speech,” Gordeuk told the audience, as captured in this footage. “It was my fault that we missed it in the program. Look who’s leaving — all the black people.”
Graduates walked off the stage in protest and families, shocked by the derogatory comments, streamed out of the ceremony.
Jada Gibson, 18, who was attending the ceremony to watch her cousin graduate, filmed this footage as the events unfolded. Gibson said that she began taping the video after Gordeuk said the graduates could leave. According to Gibson, the principal’s remarks had followed a string of negative comments made by Gordeuk about black students throughout the ceremony.
Views:20|Rating:0.00|View Time:3:14Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 President Trump has a simple solution for gun violence: give everyone a gun. Arm the school teachers! Arm the churches! Arm the synagogues!
He repeated his variation on the false and tired NRA slogan that “the only solution to a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun” in response to the massacre at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania yesterday that killed 11 people.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto vehemently disagrees with the president on this contentious issue.
“I don’t think that the answer to this problem is solved by having our synagogues, mosques and churches filled with armed guards or our schools filled with armed guards,” Peduto told Chuck Todd on NBC’s Meet The Press this morning.
“I think we’re dealing with an irrational person who acted irrationally,” he continued. “And trying to create laws around that is not the way that we should govern. We should try to stop irrational behavior from happening at the forefront.”
While Mayor Peduto refrained from demanding stricter gun control laws during the interview, he did mention that he is a member of a bipartisan group called Mayors Against Illegal Guns. Robert Bowers, the man arrested for committing the hate crime slaughter, was a licensed gun owner with at least six registered firearms purchases over the years and no known criminal record, so current gun regulations would not have prevented him from acquiring his deadly arsenal.
The Democratic mayor was also asked whether he’d like to see Trump attend a community vigil for the victims of the massacre but deferred the decision to the victim’s families.
Trump has condemned the attack with scripted “thoughts and prayers” comments, labeling it “an assault on humanity” and exhorting Americans to defeat “the scourge of anti-Semitism,” before continuing to drum up antipathy towards Democrats, foreigners, and diversity at another yet another political rally yesterday in a speech that continued to employ anti-Semitic dog whistles.
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Views:376|Rating:4.80|View Time:9:1Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:1 Check out the video made a few days ago called The art of the deal something big is coming. Figured it would come in the form of an earthquake and seemed to be decoded through the date of that book the art of the deal as Trump was in Argentina a Large 7.0 Earthquake struck Anchorage Alaska. Prayers to all involved all i know is there is a tsunami warning. Very sorry the live cut off on me near the end.
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Views:292|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:9:24Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 CochiseTV.com is on the scene for contentious public comments at Bisbee City Hall on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. This night is about the final vote on the proposed “Bisbee Civil Union” ordinance… but first, six pages of people sign up to speak out both for and against. CTV captures the first hour of largely “against” arguments as church goers showed up early and got their names at the top of the list. Comments continued for another hour and one half after we shut our camera down. The measure passed just before 10:30 pm, 5/2. (Video shot by Chuck Alton for CochiseTV.com)
Views:7110|Rating:4.28|View Time:12:37Minutes|Likes:59|Dislikes:10 Trump talks to black people at a Detroit church. Entire speech.
A subdued Donald Trump on Saturday directly addressed a largely African-American audience for the first time as a presidential candidate, delivering a warmly received message of unity that focused on fixing economic hardship in the black community.
Trump spoke to members of the Great Faith Ministries, a nondenominational church in Detroit, part of his outreach to what is typically a sizable Democratic voting bloc. His visit, however, was greeted by protests outside of the church ahead of his arrival.
Sitting in a pew at the front of the congregation, Trump took a selfie with a church member and at one point held up a baby over his shoulders. He then addressed the congregation.
“For centuries, the African-American church has been the conscience of this country. So true,” Trump said, reading from prepared remarks. He added, “The African-American faith community has been one of God’s greatest gifts to America and its people.”
Trump told the audience he was there to “listen to your message” and said he hoped his appearance would “also help your voice to reach new audiences in our country.” He said he would lay out his plans for economic change and school choice — issues that he said would benefit black communities — in the future.
“When I see wages falling, people out of work, I know the hardships this inflicts and I am determined to do something about it. I will do something about it,” Trump said. “I do get things done, I will tell you. I’m going to get things done.”
Speaking in a measured tone, Trump lamented what he said was a nation that was “too divided.”
“We talk past each other and not to each other. And those who seek office do not do enough to step into the community and learn what’s going on. I’m here today to learn, so that we can together remedy injustice in any form, and so that we can also remedy economics so that the African-American community can benefit economically through jobs and income and so many other different ways.”
“I believe we need a civil rights agenda for our time,” said Trump, before he concluded by citing 1 John 4:12.