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Teen Vogue Claims Shut Down Protesters Are Motivated By ‘Racism’

On Friday, the magazine tweeted that “the goals of these white Americans are rooted in a desire to return to their white dominance and white comfort.”

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Teen Vogue is now telling our children that the people protesting against state’s stay-at-home orders are motivated by “racism,” instead of fear of losing their livelihoods.

On Friday, the magazine tweeted that “the goals of these white Americans are rooted in a desire to return to their white dominance and white comfort.”

The op-ed’s author, Kandist Mallett, essentially argued that because many of the protesters are white, they must be racist. She also asserted that Make America Great Again is racist, of course.

“Huntington Beach is home to one of the ‘reopen’ movements, an astroturf protest focused on reopening businesses across America as the COVID-19 pandemic still rages, in a rejection of all things science. A year ago protesters took to downtown Huntington Beach for an anti-immigration rally that turned violent. Huntington Beach and Orange County in general have a strong white nationalist presence. Whether it’s ‘taking back their country,’ ‘making America great again,’ or ‘reopening America,’ the goals of these white Americans are rooted in a desire to return to their white dominance and white comfort,” the childish article asserts.

The author argued that because coronavirus has impacted more African-Americans than white people, those who are not willing to lose their jobs, homes and businesses are of course, just giving “a big ole racist F-you to Black Americans.”

“It’s almost like once they found out Black people were the most impacted, they became even less concerned,” she whined.

Allowing people to go back to work, as they have in Georgia, is a plot to avoid giving black and brown people unemployment pay according to Mallett. She wrote that “ordering Georgia’s heavily Black and brown workforce back on the job relieves the state of having to pay unemployment benefits.”

“The society that these white protesters so desperately want to reopen is rooted in anti-Blackness. That society allowed for Black people to die at a disproportionate rate the way it has since we were brought to this country to be enslaved. We must build a new society where Black people are no longer the first to be sacrificed for the elites’ mistakes and failures,” Mallett concluded.

Teen Vogue is no stranger to extremist leftism. On Christmas, they shared a “guide to anal sex” for their very young readers.

The tweet, which was an article from November, received swift backlash online from concerned parents and people who don’t think outlets, whose target audience is 13-17, should be promoting sex.

Disturbingly, the article is clearly geared very much to their young readers, discussing how not everyone wants “penis-in-vagina” sex. It also boasts that it is “anal 101, for teens, beginners, and all inquisitive folk”

“It’s important that we talk about all kinds of sex because not everyone is having, or wants to have, ‘penis in the vagina’ sex. If you do have ‘penis in the vagina’ sex and are curious about something else, or are finding that that type of sex is not for you and you’d like to explore other options, it’s helpful to know the facts. Even if you do learn more and decide anal sex is not a thing you’d like to try, it doesn’t hurt to have the information,” the explainer begins.

From there, things get pretty obscene.

“The anus is full of nerve endings that, for some people, feel awesome when stimulated. The opening of the butthole is where the most nerves are, so you don’t have to put anything very far up there (if you don’t want to) for it to feel good,” Teen Vogue’s explainer continues.

In a section about whether or not it hurts, the magazine says that “Planned Parenthood notes that anal sex can hurt if you’re not relaxed or if you don’t use lube,” but asserts that many people think it feels great.

The hyper-political magazine that once focused on fashion and teen heartthrobs also published a lengthy article in 2018 year glorifying abortion and calling for colleges to offer the procedure on campuses. The article was titled “Teens Are Speaking Up About Their Abortions Through Youth Testify” and told the stories of young women who became abortion advocates after having one.

One of the women describes how she “wants the world to know how much relief and joy her ability to get an abortion has brought her.”

The magazine has also promoted an uncritical “Antifa explainer” which glorified the violent groups and explained to their young audience what they can also do “in their own lives to stop fascism.”

Teen Vogue additionally came under fire after they published a how-to explainer on having anal sex that originally did not even mention practicing safe sex or waiting until you’re older.

“This is anal 101, for teens, beginners and all inquisitive folk,” author Gigi Engle wrote in Teen Vogue’s “A Guide to Anal Sex.” The original version of the story included nothing about engaging in safe sex — but was later edited to urge their teenage readers to use condoms.

Teen Vogue defended the article by calling concerned parents “homophobic.”

“The backlash to this article is rooted in homophobia,”Phillip Picardi, the magazine’s digital editorial director, wrote on Twitter. “It’s also laced in arcane delusion about what it means to be a young person today.”

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Women Harassed for Cleaning Black Lives Matter Vandalism Off Department of Veterans Affairs

“So you don’t care about black lives then?!” the woman shouted at them.

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Three women were harassed for daring to clean Black Lives Matter vandalism off the Department of Veterans Affairs building in Washington, DC.

The woman filming herself harassing them accused them of misusing their “white privilege.”

The women were scrubbing the building down when they were confronted by the stranger who was filming them.

“Why are you guys removing Black Lives Matter’s graffiti?” the confrontational woman demanded.

One of the volunteers explained that they had tried to remove other vandalism on the building, but it wasn’t coming off, so they were just trying to clean up what they could.

“But why do you want that to come off?” the angry woman continued.

The good Samaritans explained that it is a federal building and vandalism, seemingly stating the obvious.

“So you don’t care about black lives then?!” the woman continued shouting at them.

Growing clearly exasperated, the young women explained that of course they care about black lives, while attempting to clean up the mess the group had left behind.

“But not enough to leave up a message?” the woman filming asked, becoming increasingly aggressive.

The girls explained that they’re just trying to clean the building.

“Not a great way to use your white privilege ladies,” the woman said. “That’s disgusting.”

Riots and protests have plagued cities across the nation for nine days. There has been theft, kidnapping, vandalism, looting, and even murder. Countless businesses have been destroyed. The rioters claim to be responding to the death of George Floyd last Monday while in custody of the Minneapolis Police.

DC has been facing protests and riots for six of those days.

At least 60 Secret Service agents were injured on the third day of the riots.

On Sunday, they lit the St. John’s Church on fire, which was built in 1816. Every sitting president has attended the church at least once since it was built.

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War is Peace: Twitter Trending Page Features Live Video of Portland Burning Under ‘Peaceful Protest’ Headline

Portland has been dealing with riots and aggressive protests for seven days.

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The Twitter trending tab went full Orwellian on Thursday evening while featuring the Portland “protests.”

The trending page was showing a live video with the headline “US Protests:  Thousands march in peaceful demonstrations through Portland.” The footage, contrary to the title, was a large fire just blocks away from the Justice Center, where mobs had gathered.

Multiple dumpsters and other structures were reportedly lit ablaze in the city around this time.

Shortly after a screen grab of the bizarre headline choice was tweeted by District Herald founder Cassandra Fairbanks, it was changed to “US protests: Thousands march in demonstrations through Portland.”

“A tow truck drives by with a wounded police vehicle, and people cheer raucously. One person shouts ‘burn that car,'” a journalist named Robert Evans tweeted from the protest.

Protests, riots, and general crime have taken over the United States for the last nine days following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Police custody last week. There have been reported kidnappings, murders, attacks on police, widespread looting, arson and countless businesses vandalized and destroyed.

Portland has been dealing with riots and aggressive protests for seven of those days.

On Thursday, thousands of people gathered in Tom McCall Waterfront Park for what was largely a peaceful protest until nightfall.

“We’re going to be here every day. We don’t have an end date,” one of the speakers told the crowd at the park, according to a report from the Oregonian.

Around 9 p.m. local time, rumors began circulating of a confrontation between protesters and police, causing the crowd to disperse in different directions. Many headed to the Burnside Bridge or the Chapman Square park across the street from the Multnomah County Justice Center.

By 9:30 p.m., the Portland Police were reporting that they were seeing “criminal activity” with one of the groups of protesters.

The department repeatedly Tweeted throughout the night that “we support everyone’s First Amendment rights and want this to stay peaceful.”

“Those handing out fireworks, this is a peaceful crowd. We want it to remain peaceful. Do not throw fireworks at the crowd or officers. We have children in the crowd,” the department tweeted around 11:30 p.m.

 

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Rochester PD Seeks Help IDing Thugs Who Attacked Elderly Couple Trying to Protect Their Home

Police have now released security footage that may help to identify the brutal criminals.

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Rochester Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a gang of rioters who violently attacked an elderly couple that was trying to protect their home from the looters.

Police have now released security footage that may help to identify the brutal criminals.

“Do you know any of these men? Yesterday, May 30, these men violently attacked a store owner & her husband who were trying to protect their business from being looted. Please look at the video & still images. If you know any of them, please call Crime Stoppers @ 423-9300,” the Patrol Section Investigations for the Rochester Police Department said in a tweet.

They also released still images of the men they are attempting to identify.

In the shocking video footage of the incident, the woman pleads with the men who are terrorizing her to stop as they are smashing the Rochester Fire Equipment Company and the jewelry store next door. The criminals were attempting to loot the jewelry store.

The couple lives in an apartment above the shops.

The men continue menacing her and it seems like they may leave, then one of them turns and begins attacking her.

Her husband then runs over with a golf club and starts swinging, and is also brutally attacked, as he yelled for them to get away from his wife.

A man named Joe Painter was coming home from grocery shopping when he saw the incident happening and began filming.

“Painter, who says he is a veteran of the War in Afghanistan, says it was one of the worst things he’s ever witnessed. He said he stopped recording abruptly because some of the people who attacked the woman in the video started running toward him,” WHAM reported.

Riots have completely overtaken most major cities for the last few days following the death of a black man in custody of Minneapolis Police officers. Democrat leaders have been reluctant to seem unsympathetic to the cause, so they have allowed looting, rioting, kidnapping, arson, and even murder to continue for days.

Hundreds, if not thousands, of small businesses have been destroyed in the mayhem.

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