To the Democratic National Committee elites, keeping average Americans away from their convention is a good idea, while protecting the southern border from intruding terrorists, rapists and murderers is a bad one.
The DNC has erected a four-mile fence around its convention site at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. (Isn’t it ironic they’re doing so much to protect a site named after a bank?)
When Wichita, Kansas supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement participated in a First Step Cook Out last Sunday, the event was heralded by locals for bringing 200 police together with the black community to discuss race issues over a meal.
Social media posts from First Steps Community Cookout – which included food, dancing, basketball and other events – showed police from several departments engaging with the city’s black youth, with one particular post of dancing Wichita Police Officer Aaron Moses receiving more than 3 million views in the days that followed, KSN reports.
“I hit the ‘Whip and the Nae Nae,’ I got some lessons on that,” Moses told the news site, adding that he also learned other valuable lessons at the cookout.
After Bernie Sanders addressed a raucus crowd of supporters in Philadelphia today, a hot mic caught his wife potentially spilling a campaign secret: despite his endorsement of Hillary Clinton, Sanders’s name is going to be put into nomination anyway.
Sanders spoke to his delegates and encouraged them to support Clinton — a move that elicited boos.
After he wrapped up his remarks, Jane Sanders approached the podium and could be hear saying, “They don’t know your name is being put in nomination. That’s the concern.”