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Live Stream || White House Briefing – November 9, 2015

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      • Trump = cares about America, and will shake things up when it comes to the cesspool of todays US politics…

        White House briefing = same anti-American sh#t, non-answers from the Obama regime everyday as the useless cowards of the “WH press corps” sit there everyday and take their daily Obama talking points…

          • You bet they will. I remember watching the results when President Reagan’s first win was announced on-air in 1980. I forget now which network I was watching, but you could see the pain filled, horrified look the c0-anchors displayed on air. First words out of their mouths after the results were finalized were, in effect: “The American people have made a terrible mistake.” And they didn’t let up on trying to destroy Reagan for the next eight years. Every single damned day.

  1. The Press Secretary decided to opine on the University of Missouri. I mean, is there anything ANYTHING the president doesn’t want to stick in his two cents about???????? Ugh.

      • Im sorry… this whole Univ of Missouri story (why is it this a story again?) just doesnt sit well with me…kinda feels like sometype of PC ‘black racism’…

        • Lots of chatter that this is Soros funded PC black racism. Their demands are quite political and says to me this isn’t really anything about the football team.
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          I. We demand that the University of Missouri System President, Tim Wolfe, writes a handwritten apology to the Concerned Student 1-­9-­5-0 demonstrators and holds a press conference in the Mizzou Student Center reading the letter. In the letter and at the press conference, Tim Wolfe must acknowledge his white male privilege, recognize that systems of oppression exist, and provide a verbal commitment to fulfilling Concerned Student 1-9-5-­0 demands. We want Tim Wolfe to admit to his gross negligence, allowing his driver to hit one of the demonstrators, consenting to the physical violence of bystanders, and lastly refusing to intervene when Columbia Police Department used excessive force with demonstrators.

          II. We demand the immediate removal of Tim Wolfe as UM system president. After his removal a new amendment to UM system policies must be established to have all future UM system president and Chancellor positions be selected by a collective of students, staff, and faculty of diverse backgrounds.

          III. We demand that the University of Missouri meets the Legion of Black Collegians’ demands that were presented in 1969 for the betterment of the black community.

          IV. We demand that the University of Missouri creates and enforces comprehensive racial awareness and inclusion curriculum throughout all campus departments and units, mandatory for all students, faculty, staff, and administration. This curriculum must be vetted, maintained, and overseen by a board comprised of students, staff, and faculty of color.

          V. We demand that by the academic year 2017-2018, the University of Missouri increases the percentage of black faculty and staff campus-wide to 10%.

          VI. We demand that the University of Missouri composes a strategic 10 year plan by May 1, 2016 that will increase retention rates for marginalized students, sustain diversity curriculum and training, and promote a more safe and inclusive campus.

          VII. We demand that the University of Missouri increases funding and resources for the University of Missouri Counseling Center for the purpose of hiring additional mental health professionals — particularly those of color, boosting mental health outreach and programming across campus, increasing campus-­wide awareness and visibility of the counseling center, and reducing lengthy wait times for prospective clients.

          VIII. We demand that the University of Missouri increases funding, resources, and personnel for the social justices centers on campus for the purpose of hiring additional professionals, particularly those of color, boosting outreach and programming across campus, and increasing campus-­wide awareness and visibility.

          • I believe that Soros funds most of the racist, pro illegal immigration and refugee efforts in the United States and elsewhere. I also believe Zuckerberg is his boy.

          • I would like to know who actually wrote those “demands”. And you’re correct I believe, there’s the dirty, pathological hand of Soros behind this. Like his close friend Obama, Soros likes to generate chaos in institutions, whether in banking, energy production, schools, etc. The list of demands is written in an academic/legal/threatening style. There’s more like this to come from other universities and colleges, no doubt. Yale is in some sort of politically correct mess right now as well.

        • I am blissfully unaware of whatever is going on! Some “incidents” don’t deserve my time…everything is so weird these days, I need a break sometimes.

          • Might be time to re-read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. It’s an excellent guide to the upside-down and insane world of the Obama administration. ;+}

            Fun fact: Lewis Carroll’s real name is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.

    • All the “president” cares about is skin color — nothing else. We didn’t elect or hire an advocate for one group of people that HE LIKES BEST!!! We hired a President for all the people. He doesn’t give a damn about following the law and running the country with intelligence and love of country and its people. He’s a hater and dumb as dirt. Someone with a low I.Q.God will punish him one day when he least expects it.

  2. Response to EOSredux: Thanks for posting the demands of whoever is causing the problems at the college.
    How are these demands, with constant references to “color”, not racist?

    Could it be that the Black students come from areas where most of the residents are Black like them, only to find that the college population more reflects the White majority of America? Simply forcing the college to hire people of “color” won’t change demographics that show Blacks to be a smaller minority than years past.

    • How about a round of ‘voluntary segregation’? Honestly, I think most Blacks would be happier, and needless to say – so would everyone else.
      Since Obama arrived on the scene, it has been bedlam with these trouble makers.

      • I was born in the late 1970s, and grew up happy and healthy in the 1980s and early 1990s with everyone of all “races”… Sure at home we always had jokes/sterotypes of other “races” but they never effected how I saw PEOPLE… I have had a hispanic/thai girlfriend and beautiful black girlfriend. All this “race” talk really bothers me, and its all started back in 2008 thanks to Obama… Now its gotten out of hand and become a ‘politcally correct disease’…

        • I totally agree. I was born in 1963. Growing up in a mostly white environment but with other races in our classrooms. They were our friends, just people. Never were race relations this bad in my lifetime.

          • 1960, same experience with our classmates. We all grew up together & even with that childish insecurity kids have, everyone got along just fine. We still do as friends on FB now.

        • Obama has purposely set back race relations at least 50 years. And he’s proud of it. More chaos. The ‘Bam likes chaos. It’s how his brain is wired up. That’s what “normal” is for him.

        • Also, we didn’t have the internet and social media in the good old days. No one was able to gin up a race riot in 30 minutes or less. Obama has taken full advantage of the net, and doesn’t hesitate to use it to incite violence.

        • I too totally agree. We grew up in basically white suburbia but welcomed the many many many races and life styles that moved in and contributed to society.

    • I used to feel terrible that my daughter would not go to college–but this morning, on MoJoe, they showed an asst professor of MEDIA (and Columbia is a top journalism school, too) calling for “muscle” to get the media away from the demonstration. Ack! The world has gone mad!

  3. Guess Josh is up for getting rid of Congress and most likely the Constitution. This is what he said about closing Gitmo.

    “His goal is to have [Gitmo] closed on his watch, as he promised. And that’s been our goal since, I think, the president’s second full day in office. It continues to be our goal today. The truth is, this is a goal we would’ve accomplished some time ago had Congress not gotten in the way.”

    Nasty old Congress getting in the way of Josh’s boy king idol. What a propagandist. Josh forgets he is a public servant and until we know otherwise Congress is one of the third arms of the government of the United States. Yes, this is a rant. Josh has gotten as arrogant as Obama.

    http://twitchy.com/2015/11/09/stupid-constitution-earnest-congress-got-in-the-way-of-obama-closing-gitmo/

    • The supposed plan is to put the remaining detainees into SuperMax prisons on US soil.
      Yeah, they would then have ‘civil rights’ , demand a trial, bond, a ‘free’ lawyer and all the rest.
      The whole Gitmo detainee thing was a mistake fromt he get-go. Who could have guessed it would still be an issue more than 10 years after 9/11?

      Talk about holding a tiger by the tail………

  4. From student UMO when asked about racism.

    Sophomore Katelyn Brown said she wasn’t necessarily aware of chronic racism at the school, but she applauded the efforts of black student groups.
    Interview from UMO when asked about racism.

    “I personally don’t see it a lot, but I’m a middle-class white girl,” she said. “I stand with the people experiencing this.” She credited social media with propelling the protests, saying it offered “a platform to unite.”

    Well, somebody better tell little Miss Sally Fields wanna be (they like me, they really like me) that she will not be middle class forever that she was born with white privilege.