Hacking collective Anonymous has vowed "total war" against Donald Trump, making a "call to arms" by summoning fellow hacktivists to unite with them in an attack against all of his websites on April Fool's Day.
In a resurgence of its #OpTrump campaign, the group released a new video addressing the controversial Republican candidate directly.
“Dear Donald Trump, we have been watching you for a long time and what we see is deeply disturbing,” a masked figure declar... (more)
Infowars attended a Hillary Clinton rally in Orlando, FL where Bill Clinton spoke and after numerous attempts to pump the crowd up most people were very unenthused. Compare that to ecstatic Trump supporters and it's obvious who is breathing life into the American people.
The Associated Press published a "fact check" of Donald Trump's claim during Thursday's GOP debate that "Islam treats women horribly," saying it is untrue, even though there is ample evidence for such a statement.
"No such generalization is supported by the diverse circumstances for women in the Muslim world," writes the AP's Calvin Woodward.
Woodward backs up his argument with several statements.
"The United States has yet to see a woman as presi... (more)
“As is the case virtually every day, Donald Trump is showing the American people that he is a pathological liar. Obviously, while I appreciate that we had supporters at Trump’s rally in Chicago, our campaign did not organize the protests.
Ilya Sheyman, a failed Illinois contender for Congress and the executive director of MoveOn.org Political Action, has taken credit for the violence at a cancelled Trump event last night in Chicago. He promised similar violence and disruption will occur at future Trump political events leading up to the election.
Anti-Trump "protesters" celebrating the cancellation of Trump's Chicago rally felt it appropriate to block an ambulance blaring its sirens in the middle of a medical emergency.
Not content with simply denying people access to medical care, one protester who appeared to be in a rapturous state of delight decided to give the driver the finger while shaking his body wildly performing some sort of dance, others around him follow suit.
Hillary Clinton on Thursday said she was "distraught and appalled" in response to Wednesday's assault on a protestor at a Donald Trump rally. In an interview with Rachel Maddow she stated that security at these events should handle demonstrators in an "appropriate manner," and defended the right to protest. She called the event "distressing."
But her concern for the right to dissent apparently only extends to her opponents' events.
When confronted with a video Wednesday of the mother of a Benghazi victim saying that she was lied to by Hillary Clinton, the Democratic frontrunner responded by saying, “she’s wrong. She’s absolutely wrong.”
[...]Clinton told the audience she feels “a great deal of sympathy for the families” of the victims and she “can’t imagine the grief that ... (more)
According to AppleInsider, technology leaders, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, and government insiders met over the weekend at the American Enterprise Institute's annual World Forum held at Sea Island, Georgia to plot the downfall of popular Republican presidential candidate and frontrunner Donald Trump.
Former Republican Party nominee Mitt Romney's speech last week, trashing GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, did little to dissuade voters from supporting the New York real estate mogul.
Thirty-one percent of Republican voters, after Romney called Trump "a phony," said they are now more likely to cast a vote for Trump and 30 percent of the voters who supported Romney in 2012 said they are more likely to vote for Trump, according to a new Morning Consult poll released Tuesday. ... (more)
[Editor's Note: Bernie's biggest supporters are poor white people, this was not smart.]
Asked about any racial blind spots he might have as a white man in America at Sunday night’s CNN debate, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) gave a rather awkward answer that implied only minorities could be poor or live in poor areas.
Saturday Night Live aired a mock TV ad last night called "Racists for Trump" which portrayed Trump supporters as Nazis and cross burning KKK members.
So-called "real Americans" are shown praising Trump for being "authentic" and an "outsider," then the camera pans out to reveal one is wearing a swastika arm band, another is holding a KKK robe, another is painting "white power" on a barn, and yet another is taking part in a cross burning.
Hillary Clinton told CNBC’s John Harwood she’d been the “most transparent public official in modern times” during an interview in Detroit Friday.
Harwood asked Clinton if she would concede she and other State Department officials had been “sloppy” given more than 1,000 emails from the server had been deemed classified, some even top secret. ... (more)
What the hell is Little Narco popping? This is the third time he's been filmed popping some mystery substance into his mouth. If it's just a breath mint as some have suggested, why is he so sketchy about it? Also, why is he so neurotic over taking breath mints when no one will even smell his breath? It's bizarre. Nonetheless, the media doesn't seem to car... (more)
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly last night that the establishment is scared of Donald Trump because he "didn't belong to a secret society" and wasn't involved in any of the rituals associated with such groups.
Discussing Mitt Romney's anti-Trump speech yesterday, Gingrich said it represented "the panic of the establishment wing of the (Republican) Party," and that the prospect of Trump becoming the nominee "absolutely drives them crazy". ... (more)