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Saturday, July 11, 2020

Journalist Lara Logan Lays Out Perfectly What This Election Is About This Year: It’s Not About Trump – It’s About Freedom!

Lara Logan: What I’ve heard from many women I’ve spoken to that this election for them is not about Trump. It’s about the principles, the right to practice your religion… That you don’t have those rights at the moment. In California you’re not allowed to sing in church. That if you believe in freedom of speech, you’re not allowed to speak out these days. You’re a racist and a bigot if you vote for Trump. You’re a racist and bigot if you say anything that goes against the grain… There’s a real sense among many people in this country that freedom of speech, freedom of religion, these things are at risk right now.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers is starting a podcast "where we can organize for a liberating insurgency"


Convicted terrorist linked to Black Lives Matter group | News | LifeSite

Susan Rosenberg had spent 16 years in prison for terrorizing the United States during the presidency of Ronald Reagan


Saturday, July 11, 2020 7:55:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tucker Carlson - Susan Rosenberg, Terrorist handles BLM Fundraising


Ever wonder if convicted domestic terrorist, Susan (Lisa) Rosenberg is related to convicted and executed spies, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Might be.
Dr. Emmanuel and Bella Rosenberg, Susan's parents. were liberals as well residing in NYC on the upper west side. She was accepted to prestigious Barnard College after 11th grade. Then, finding Barnard too isolated and protected, she transferred to City College where she earned a degree in history.

Ethel and Julius Rosenberg raised two sons on the lower east side of NYC according to wiki.
Julius became a leader in the Young Communist League USA while at City College of New York (CCNY)
After their conviction and execution, their sons were not taken in by extended family. They were adopted and took the surname (Meeropol) of the adoptive family. They continue to seek exoneration of their mother.
Via wiki: September 28, 2015, the 100th anniversary of Ethel's birth, 11 members of the New York City Council issued a proclamation stating that "the government wrongfully executed Ethel Rosenberg," and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer officially recognized, "the injustice suffered by Ethel Rosenberg and her family," and declared it, "Ethel Rosenberg Day of Justice in the Borough of Manhattan."

Checking online, the suggestion by Bing search indicates yes...
...citing two sources:

Sunday, July 12, 2020 12:12:00 am  

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