A Non-Terro, Non-Cop Mass Murder That Black Lives Matter Ignores – Is BLM Afraid of Gangbangers?

Dead is dead, whether the bullets are fired by a gangbanger or by a terrorist.

Source: In Fort Myers, A Non-Terror Mass Murder America Decided To Ignore – The Daily Beast

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Athletes’ Village At Rio Olympics Are ‘Uninhabitable’ – Water Leaking Through Light Fixtures

A large team of cleaners and repair staff have been sent to the complex, described as ‘a city within the city’, after officials deemed it uninhabitable for athletes taking part at the Olympic Games in Rio.

Source: Athletes’ village at Rio Olympics are ‘unliveable’ | Daily Mail Online

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RIO: Athlete Jason Lee ‘kidnapped’ (by police) in Brazil ahead of Rio Olympics 2016

New Zealand Jiu-Jitsu athlete Jason Lee, who has been living in Brazil for the past ten months, says he was kidnapped and then forced to withdraw cash at ATMs by men in police uniforms.

Source: New Zealand athlete Jason Lee ‘kidnapped’ in Brazil ahead of Rio Olympics 2016 | Daily Mail Online

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Marni Nixon, voice of classic movie musicals, has died at age 86

That was Marni Nixon singing in ‘West Side Story,’ ‘The King and I’ and ‘My Fair Lady.’

Source: Marni Nixon, voice of classic movie musicals, has died at age 86

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Big Brains on the Left: Congressman who once feared Guam could capsize compares Jewish settlers to ‘termites’

“Johnson, who in 2010 voiced his fears that Guam would tip over and capsize if too many people resided on the island, said that “Jewish people” routinely steal land and property from Palestinians.”

Source: Congressman who once feared Guam could capsize compares Jewish settlers to ‘termites’ | Fox News

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DNC 2016: Angry, Violent Democrats Attack Democrats

“Throughout the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week, the mainstream media declared that the Republican Party was devolving into chaos — a party in disarray battling intra-party strife and out of touch with America. But that was last week. Now, after a Wikileaks flood of 20,000 emails that shows people in the Democratic National Committee sought to drive Bernie Sanders out of the race with a series of underhanded shenanigans — a scandal that culminated on convention eve with the DNC chairman Debbie Wasserman Shultz vowing to resign next week (after the party’s party, of course) — it’s the Democrats who look like a party adrift.”

Source: DNC 2016: Chaos Descends, Party in Disarray | LifeZette

Lying, cheating Wasserman Shultz fired from DNC gets a job working for Hillary.  Oh wait, she was always working for Hillary.

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BBC Scrub ‘Ali’ From Munich Shooter’s Name?

Ths snowflakes at the BBC have taken the concept of ‘Don’t be beastly to the Muslims’ to a whole new level.

Source: Why Would the BBC Scrub ‘Ali’ From Munich Shooter’s Name? | PJ Media

“Most sources at this point suggest that Ali David Sonboly – the Munich attacker who targeted children and killed nine yesterday – is not connected to radical Islam, but the BBC has gone to extraordinary lengths to try to keep any reference to his heritage out of its coverage, opting to name him only as “David Sonboly”.

Other news organisations including the Wall Street Journal, Independent, Daily Mail, and Sky News named the attacker as “Ali David Sonboly” or “David Ali Sonboly”. CNN even referred to him simply as “Ali Sonboly”.

But the BBC had different ideas, opting to refer to him in their onlinenews coverage, national and international broadcast coverage, and on social media (above) as “David Sonly”.”

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