Showing posts with label Trump's Phoenix Hitler Youth Rally. Show all posts
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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Yuma & Phoenix, Arizona: Yuma Is Out Of Control Buried By COVID - And The Second Rally By The Denier In Chief In A Very Personal Appearance For Hitler Youth|Turning Point Action, Right In The Middle Of COVID-19 Spikes & Hospitalizations ! Shame, Shame, Shame !

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Here's the latest report on the spike in Covid cases & hospitalizations in Arizona, more updates on their sidebar:

 ~ From  azcentral:

Arizona Hits New COVID-19 Hospitalization Records as Cases Continue to Spike Ahead of President's Visit
by, Alison Steinbach 


You're going to love this one from azcentral: 

Problem Solved ? The Arizona Church Hosting a Trump Rally Claims It Can Kill COVID-19 
by, Elvia Diaz

Opinion: Dream City Church says it has found a technology to wipe out almost all traces of COVID-19? That's too good and convenient to be true.

"Just when you think things can’t get any creepier comes the church hosting President Trump’s Arizona visit with a too-good-to-be-true technology that kills COVID-19.  

Leaders from the Dream City Church, which has locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale, are claiming in a Facebook post that they’ve installed new technology that “kills 99% of coronavirus” through “ionization” within 10 minutes. A local company — conveniently owned by church members — developed the technology, they say.

Certainly it’s too good to be true. But hey, that’s not stopping the church’s CFO Brendon Zastrow and Pastor Luke Barnett from promoting the technology in the wake of the presidential visit.

Good grief. You can’t make this stuff up.

They don’t mention Trump’s Arizona visit, but it can’t be a coincidence that they’re pushing their new, miracle stuff to kill the virus that causes COVID-19.

Take those claims with a ton of salt

 Trump is heading to Yuma for a photo-op at the U.S.-Mexico border and is scheduled to speak to more than 3,000 people at the "Students for Trump" event at Dream City Church in north Phoenix in Tuesday.

Arizona is among the nation’s hardest hit with a huge spike of positive COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.

Uncle Sam hasn’t signed off on any vaccine or method to kill the virus that has infected more than 2.3 million Americans and killed more than 120,000.

And now the Dream City Church miraculously has an ionization technology that wipes out COVID-19 in the wake of Trump’s visit?

Yeah, this is suspiciously too convenient to believe and too reckless to say. "

Elvia Díaz is an editorial columnist for The Republic and azcentral. Reach her at 602-444-8606 or Follow her on Twitter, @elviadiaz1.


Who Exactly Are These Students and What Exactly Is "Turning Point Action" ? 

Suffice it say that yes, these students are a carbon copy of Hitler Youth and "Turning Point Action" runs the show, it is a direct affiliate of "Turning Point USA". I am only going to give you a few the whole article:

 ~ From Wiki; Turning Point USA

"Turning Point Action" and Students for Trump are affiliates of the big daddy, "Turning Point USA"

COVID-19 conspiracy theories


Charlie Kirk of TPUSA spread conspiracy theories and disinformation about COVID-19 on social media platforms, such as Twitter, in 2020.[106] Kirk sharply criticized Democrats' criticism of President Donald Trump's withdrawal of World Health Organization (WHO) funding and referred to COVID-19 as the "China virus", which was retweeted by President Trump.[106] Furthermore, Kirk alleged that the WHO covered up information about the COVID-19 pandemic. [106] He was briefly banned from Twitter after making a false claim that hydroxychloroquine has proved to be "100% effective in treating the virus"; and that Gretchen Whitmer, the Democratic governor of Michigan, threatened doctors who tried to use the medication.[106]

This falsehood was retweeted by Rudolph Giuliani whose account was then suspended by Twitter as well.[106] Kirk also spread rumors that the public health measure of social distancing prohibitions in churches was a "Democratic plot against Christianity" and made the unfounded assertion that authorities in Wuhan, China are burning patients, which is another conspiracy theory without any supporting evidence.[106]

In defending the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic, Kirk repeatedly spread falsehoods that the Obama administration responded slowly to the H1N1 swine flu pandemic.[107][108] One of his false memes went viral and the other was retweeted by President Trump.[107][108]

Instances of racism and anti-semitism

In December 2017, The New Yorker published an article by Jane Mayer showcasing interviews with former minority members of the organization. Former staff members said they witnessed widespread discrimination against minorities in the group, and stated "the organization was a difficult workplace and rife with tension, some of it racial."[53][72]

 One former employee, an African-American woman, said she was the only person of color working for the organization at the time she was hired in 2014; she then said that she was fired on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The article also revealed text messages sent by Crystal Clanton – who was a leading figure in the organization and served as the group's national field director for five years – to another Turning Point employee saying "i hate black people. Like fuck them all . . . I hate blacks. End of story."

 Kirk responded to the revelations by saying that "Turning Point assessed the situation and took decisive action within 72 hours of being made aware of the issue."[53] The article also noted that Kirk had explicitly praised Clanton in his book Time for a Turning Point, saying that she had been "the best hire we ever could have made," and that "Turning Point needs more Crystals; so does America."[53]

In an article titled "Turning Point USA Keeps Accidentally Hiring Racists," HuffPost reported that the woman hired to replace Crystal Clanton had a history of using racial slurs, particularly against African-Americans, on Twitter before deleting her account. In response to the reports, Kirk referred to the individual in question as "a former employee" in his official statement (without clarifying when she had been fired), and Turning Point issued an internal memo announcing that all current and new staff would face social media background checks.[73]

Charlie Kirk has said Turning Point USA has no relationship with alt-right groups.[74] In 2017, Turning Point chapters organized campus visits by former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos to the University of Colorado Boulder and Miami University (Ohio).[75][76][77]

In 2018, the Southern Poverty Law Center's Hatewatch documented TPUSA's links to white supremacists.[78][79]

On May 9, 2019, Riley Grisar was removed from his position as the president of TPUSA's UNLV chapter after a video surfaced of him with a friend using the okay hand signal in tandem with the chants of "white power" and "fuck the niggers".[80]

 Grisar's friend, who did most of the speaking in the video, is publicly identified as Lily Saxton, a student at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.[81] Saxton has no other known affiliations with TPUSA. The UNLV wing of Turning Point had previous press coverage from circumstances involving an April 2019 display of theirs on UNLV campus, which included a cardboard mock-up of a brick wall reading "Build the Wall". The display received significant protest from fellow students, which included vandalism and violence.[82]

In May 2019, it was reported that TPUSA's director for high school outreach, Kyle Kashuv, had previously used racially inflammatory language.[83][84] Screenshots of a Google Document for a class study guide showed Kashuv writing "NIGGER" multiple times, discussing "JEWISH SLAVES", and declaring that he would "fucking make a CSOG [sic] map of Douglas and practice" (in a supposed reference to the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive shooter game and Stoneman Douglas High School).

Text messages reportedly showed Kashuv rating a female student "7/10" and stating that she "goes for niggerjocks".[85][86][87][88] Kashuv resigned from TPUSA hours after his former classmates threatened to make the screenshots public. Almost a week after the screenshots were published, Kashuv acknowledged that his comments were "callous and inflammatory".[83][84]

In July 2019, Kathy Zhu, a Chinese American conservative woman politically active on the University of Michigan campus, was stripped of her title as Miss Michigan USA due to comments about African-Americans and Muslims on social media that Miss World America found "offensive, insensitive and inappropriate."[89]

 Her posts included comments such as "the majority of black deaths are caused by other blacks", as well as criticizing a "Try a hijab booth" at the University of Central Florida, where she previously attended.[90] She defended her comments and opinions afterward, stating that her stances were derived from factual evidence such as FBI crime statistics, and that her statements were decontextualized.[91]

Zhu had previously attended Turning Point USA events,[92] but since referred to Turning Point USA as "garbage". Zhu criticized them for severing ties with brand ambassador Ashley St. Clair after she attended a dinner with alt-right figures; Zhu was also present at this event.[93]

Anti-Defamation League and Southern Poverty Law Center


TPUSA has been called an "alt-lite" organization by the Anti-Defamation League[94] (ADL) and has been criticized by both the ADL and the Southern Poverty Law Center for affiliating with activists from the alt-right and the far-right.[95]


Conflicts with other conservative organizations


In May 2018, an internal memo written by Young America's Foundation (YAF) was leaked, in which YAF leadership "warned" its members to not associate with Turning Point. The memo accused the organization of various improprieties such as exaggerating the number of Turning Point chapters and activities around the country, taking credit for other organizations' events, increasing attendance at its own events by "boosting numbers with racists & Nazi sympathizers," and sponsoring "humiliating" campus activism events, in reference to the Kent State diaper incident.[96]

In addition, the YAF memo included another memo on the subject circulated internally by Young Americans for Liberty, which accused Turning Point of illegally obtaining YAL's email list and soliciting its students without their permission, which Turning Point only stopped doing after being issued a cease-and-desist order.[97]

After the memo was leaked in June 2018, a representative for Turning Point criticized Young America's Foundation in a statement to The Chronicle of Higher Education, accusing the group of "abandoning the 'Reagan Rule'" that "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican." Although Charlie Kirk did not directly respond to the memo, he posted on Twitter that he wished "some conservatives fought the left as hard as they fight people who support President Trump".

Turning Point's Communications Director Candace Owens directly responded to the memo, saying she was "truly speechless" over the memo supposedly attacking Kirk for his lack of college experience. A former employee stated on Twitter that "TPUSA activists do some incredible work. It's a shame the face for their work has become constant, EXTREME inflation of numbers to mislead donors. They have an opportunity to turn this around, and they should."[98]

In the Hillsdale College Collegian, opinions editor Kaylee McGhee wrote an article titled "Charlie Kirk and TPUSA aren't conservative, as real conservatives already knew". In the article, McGhee referred to TPUSA as a "reactionary cancer" rather than a group supporting real conservatism that is "supposed to preserve the timeless principles of liberty and equality for all".[99]

In late October 2018, The Daily Beast reported that Lucian Wintrich and other conservatives blamed Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens for losing Kanye West as an ally of President Trump.[100] Since then, West has re-affirmed his support for President Trump.[101]

During October and November 2019, Kirk launched the 'Culture War' college tour of speaking events with appearances from many conservatives such as Donald Trump Jr., Lara Trump and Kimberly Guilfoyle. These events were frequently targeted by homophobic and antisemitic members of the alt-right and far right who consider TPUSA to be too mainstream and not sufficiently conservative. Concerted efforts were made by this group to ask leading questions during the Q&A sections on controversial topics such as Israel and LGBTQ issues in order to challenge the extent of the speakers' views. [102]"

 Adding this in case you missed the report:

" Turning Points USA supports the NRA and the use of fossil fuels,[19] and opposes groups such as Black Lives Matter.[20]"


So, will the students @ Phoenix be doing calisthenics for us too ? 



I've got a feeling that all three to six thousand will show up this time... maybe more.  More updates coming up.

Stay safe you guys.