Tuesday, August 09, 2016

The LuLac Edition #3271, August 9th, 2016

Donald Trump (Photo: Business Insider)
I was alive for the demagoguery and hate of George Wallace BUT Trump has the late Alabama Governor beat by a mile.
Today Trump suggested his supporters could stop his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by exercising their gun rights.
He said that Mrs. Clinton would put liberal justices on the Supreme Court if she wins the presidency in November, threatening gun ownership rights.
Look, NO ONE is coming for the guns. But this insutition is really tragic.
Speaking at a rally in North Carolina, Mr Trump hinted that gun rights advocates could stop her taking power. He did not say stop her by voting against her. Sometimes what a dog whistler doesn’t say resonates.
There was backlash, with many accusing him of inciting violence.
The Trump campaign team said he was actually talking about getting gun rights supporters to the ballot box to enact change politically.
Yeah then why the hell didn’t HE say that!

Hillary Clinton and father of Orlando shooter. (Photo: Fox News)
My God, what the hell is wrong with the Clinton advance team? At a rally in Kissimmee Florida right outside Disney, Clinton gave a speech. She began to pay tribute to the dead at the Orlando Mass Shooting but she and her staff didn’t realize the shooter’s father was smack dab behind her in camera range. WPTV happened to notice the man, who has a mustache and was wearing a red hat, behind Clinton. It was Seddique Mateen, the father of Orlando mass shooter **** ******.
The shooter’s father said they were cooperating with the government and that he was there supporting Clinton because she’d make a swell President.
Where the hell was the advance team? It is fitting this happened in Orlando where not many people are strangers to Mickey Mouse.
The Mouse ground game and optics were on full display.

Rep. Barletta to Highlight STEM Education & SHINE

Congressman Lou Barletta will join state Sen. John Yudichak (14th District) to highlight “A Holistic Approach to STEM Education” in an event Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at Carbon Career & Technical Institute. They will be joined by educators and children involved in SHINE (Schools and Homes in Education), the successful afterschool program serving more than a thousand children in Carbon, Schuylkill, and Luzerne Counties. Hosted by the Pennsylvania Statewide Afterschool Youth Development Network and the Pennsylvania Legislative Afterschool Caucus, the event will feature student projects and creative approaches to learning. All members of the media are invited and encouraged to attend.
What: Rep. Lou Barletta Highlights STEM Education & SHINE
When: Wednesday, August 10, 2016
12:00 p.m.
Where: Carbon Career & Technical Institute
150 W. 13th Street
Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania


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