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  • They came in slicing each other’s throats, putting each other on their knees, dropping them onto the floor in front of a bunch of children


Off their meds again! Left-wing animal rights protesters from Direct Action Everywhere  invade Chick-fil-A during “Cow Appreciation Day.” The unhinged loonies terrorize screaming kids and customers with their real-looking knives and splattered fake blood.

The cowards left before police arrived.

WFLA-TV reported customers and children were alarmed by the protest.

Real-looking knives, splattered fake blood and screaming kids. It’s not the kind of scene Chick-fil-A envisioned when they kicked off “Cow Appreciation Day.”

But, that’s what happened when protesters stormed the Pinellas Park restaurant during the lunch rush. The restaurant offered free food to people dressed like a cow.

An animal rights organization picked the spot to make its point. In front of dozens of startled customers, including many kids, they staged a loud protest.

Videos from cell phones show, at first, customers laughing as protesters entered the Chick-fil-A on 34th Street.

Smiles turned to anger as they realized fake blood covered people in cow and chicken costumes and one person carried a huge knife.

“People running in with knives, bleeding. Like bleeding on their shirts and just bloody knives. It scared the kids,” said Nichole Kretchmar.

Some parents shielded kids from the gory protest, but plenty watched.

“That’s sad, because a lot of the kids are an age where they can’t tell the difference between what’s real and fake. So, I believe everybody has a right to say what they believe in and what they feel is right. But, I also believe they took it too far,” said Tina Leacock.

The protesters are from Direct Action Everywhere Pinellas.

It opposes eating meat or anything else from animals.

…“They came in slicing each other’s throats, putting each other on their knees, dropping them onto the floor in front of a bunch of children,” said Crystal Valle-Najar.”





Video by Tina Leacock
Her comments below

Here are the unwelcome guests, thankfully I had all the children locked in the play area so they couldn’t see our hear what was going on! I’m all for everyone having their own opinion, but when you come into a place full of children, with a knife in hand and proceed to cut the throats of a person dressed up as a chicken and a cow, all to get a point across, that’s going to far! Mind you the knife was fake and the throats of the persons dressed up were protesters. But there were young children there who saw everything happen and couldn’t tell the difference between it being real or fake. If you have a strong opinion on something by all means you have the right to speak on it in a reasonable manner, but sham on you for your actions today!”


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  • Around 100,000 protesters from across Europe are pouring into Hamburg ahead of G20 summit tomorrow
  • German police in armoured vans sprayed some of the hardcore anti-capitalists with water and pepper spray
  • They feared as many as 8,000 were ready to commit violence at the protest dubbed ‘Welcome To Hell’
  • Police are also investigating whether an overnight fire at a Porsche dealership was linked to the summit



( Daily Mail ) Violent scenes continued into the night at the G20 summit in Hamburg as hardcore anti-capitalist protesters set fires after earlier being hit with water cannons and pepper spray by German riot police.

Dramatic photos showed helmeted officers battling to keep order after 100,000 protesters poured into the city for their ‘Welcome To Hell’ protest against the meeting of world leaders.

Police say they repeatedly asked a group of demonstrators to remove their masks and hoods but instead officers were hit with bottles and bricks – breaking the window of a riot van.

The violence broke out near the start of the demonstration at a riverside plaza used for Hamburg’s weekly fish market.

Read more: ‘Welcome to Hell’: Thousands of activists prepare for huge G20 protest as Porsche dealership is torched and 20,000 police are put on standby



Police and hooded protesters meet in Hamburg as G20 leaders arrive in the city for the summit 




Protesters wearing black hooded coats and sunglasses hold up a 'Welcome to Hell' banner as they march through Hamburg 




More than 100,000 protesters were expected on the streets of Hamburg to protest against the meeting of world leaders. Pictured: Fires burn as riot police and protesters continue to clash 




Pictured: Protesters erect burning barricades in front of the Rote Flora left-wing centre after the 'Welcome to Hell' protest march




Pictured: A man throws his hands in the air as he stands in front of burning bins after the 'Welcome to Hell' rally in Hamburg



Pictured: Protesters using smoke bombs during the demonstrations during in northern Germany 



Pictured: A group of protesters is broken off from the main demonstration and surrounded by German riot police in Hamburg




Pictured: An injured protester sticks up his finger as paramedics carry him away from the violence in Hamburg 




Pictured: A car burns during a protest against the upcoming G20 summit in Hamburg



Police are already investigating whether an overnight fire at a luxury Porsche car dealership in Hamburg was an arson attack linked to the summit



Pictured: Riot police stand next to protesters, one of whom is brandishing a 'capitalism kills' placard 




Pictured: Two people stand in front of an armoured police vehicle with their hands up




Pictured: A protester gestures defiantly towards a police riot van as it sprays him with water





Pictured: A broken shop window in Hamburg as the protest continues in Hamburg 


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This weekend, foreign dairy farm workers ( illegals ) marched on Ben & Jerry’s Vermont factory demanding better pay and living conditions. “We can’t wait anymore. We are going to pressure them and see what happens,” says Victor Diaz, one of the farm workers. The June 17th March for Milk with Dignity marks two years since Ben & Jerry’s first committed to join the program that was started by activist group “Migrant Justice” three years ago.

Ben & Jerry hired illegal immigrants who work harder and joined Milk with Dignity program in 2015, developed in 2014 by farm workers and the Vermont group Migrant Justice to ensure that farms provide them fair wages and working conditions and decent housing. Two years later, Ben & Jerry still not meeting their needs as the company is busy trashing President Trump for his immigration stance.

About 85 percent of the milk Ben & Jerry’s uses comes from Vermont dairy farms. Vermont’s Caring Dairy program promotes sustainable farming by offering farmers cash incentives for keeping up with best management practices.






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  • ‘The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!
  • Jack Posobiec: ‘You are all Goebbels. You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels

Laura Loomer from Rebel Media  stormed the stage Friday night performance of Trump-assassination play, Julius Caesar, in New York’s Central Park, screaming  “Stop Leftist Violence!!” protesting against ‘normalization of political violence against the right.’

‘ This is unacceptable. You cannot promote this type of violence against Donald Trump!’

‘This is violence against the right. This is violence against Donald Trump,’ Loomer yelled as many people in the audience started to boo her off the stage.

Jack Posobiec, who stood up as Loomer was removed and screamed: ‘You are all Goebbels. You are all Nazis like Joseph Goebbels…you are inciting terrorists.

‘The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!’ he yelled. 

 Laura Loomer was arrested for trespassing interrupting the play but was released shortly thereafter.





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Models pose naked in New York's Times Square for exhibit


( Daily Maily ) For four hours, visitors to New York‘s Times Square got an eyeful when two hundred nude models put themselves on display as part of a nude body painting exhibit on Friday.

The models descended upon Times Square to participate in New York City artist Andy Golub’s latest exhibit, ‘Body Notes,’ during which their naked bodies were turned into colorful canvases featuring statements aimed at creating ‘a powerful expression of positivity and acceptance,’ according to the exhibit‘s notes.

Golub said that ‘Body Notes’ was inspired by artist Matthew ‘Levee’ Chavez’s ‘Subway Therapy’ wall at the Union Square subway station, which sprang into existence in the days following the 2016 presidential election and quickly became a place where commuters could express their post-election sentiments by jotting them on Post-it notes for all to see.


Read more: Hot in the city: Hundreds of models pose NAKED in Times Square to ‘promote positivity and acceptance’ 


 Models picked which phrases would be written on their torsos. The phrases were meant to inspire positivity and acceptance



After everyone was painted, the models walked over to the red bleachers in Times Square for an hour-long photo session




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CNN busted staging a fake anti-ISIS protest by Muslims following London terror attacks last Saturday.  A photo above of CNN crew staging a scene with Muslims holding signs saying “ISIS Will Lose”.

Katie Hopkins of Daily Mail gave a warning:  “Please watch. You are being deceived…Same group. Multiple locations. Any more screen shots? Spot the pink trousers. Were this group for hire?

Be outraged at a highly manipulated Muslim protest. But please go on to question the agenda of the editors masterminding this duplicity.

The same crowd was used for the following AP post – note the man with green around his neck in both pictures.


They got their idea from the Democrat Party here in US where they bus and pay protesters for whatever latest liberal outrage they could think of.








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( Daily Caller ) Facebook officials said they will not punish any employees who choose to take off work May 1 to protest President Donald Trump.

Pro-immigration groups, socialist organizations, labor unions, and hundreds of thousands of workers are planning to walk out on their jobs on International Workers Day.

“At Facebook, we’re committed to fostering an inclusive workplace where employees feel comfortable expressing their opinions and speaking up,” a representative told Bloomberg. “We support our people in recognizing International Workers’ Day and other efforts to raise awareness for safe and equitable employment conditions.”

Facebook told staff about its policy April 14, specifically clarifying that no prior notification of leave is necessary. The social media company-turned-tech-conglomerate also notified workers that it would investigate any of its contractors to decipher if they inappropriately violate workers’ rights

Read more: Facebook Tells Employees They Can Protest Trump