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Call to “Steal From Walmart” Over Abortion Controversy Goes Viral

Twitter users advocate mass looting because company donated to pro-life lawmakers in Ohio.

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A call by abortion activists to mass loot Walmart stores over the company’s donations to pro-life lawmakers has gone viral.

Earlier this month, the Alabama Legislature passed the Human Life Protection Act, which imposes a near blanket ban on abortion including in cases of rape and incest.

Last week, it was revealed that six corporations had funded lawmakers responsible for pushing anti-abortion laws in Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, and Ohio.

One of those companies is Walmart, which donated $57,700 in total, including $7,000 to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and $10,000 to Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof.

This led one Twitter user to tweet a call to, “STEAL FROM WALMART 2019.”

The tweet quickly went viral, receiving over 91,000 retweets and over 322,000 likes.

Another tweet from a separate person also went viral, receiving over 63,000 likes. It says, “hey @Walmart, fuck you for funding the abortion ban across 6 states. this is why I steal from your musty ass company.”

Despite the tweets advocating criminal behavior and having been seen by millions of people, neither have been removed.

Numerous other Twitter users are now calling for Walmart stores to be looted en masse.

While Twitter has previously stepped in to ban people who tweet “learn to code” at journalists, it is seemingly unfazed about a viral call for widespread criminal behavior.

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Dem Candidate Eric Swalwell All But Apologizes For Being White

“My soul cringed out of my body”.

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Democratic presidential candidate Eric Swalwell was slammed on Twitter after he all but apologized for being white.

During an interview with VICE, Swalwell was asked, “Why should another white guy be president?”

The interviewer appeared to have forgotten the fact that a black guy was recently president for 8 years.

“Well a white guy who doesn’t see other identities, or understand other experiences should not be President – I do,” said Swalwell.

“And where there would be gaps in my knowledge or my experience I will pass the mic to people who do have that experience,” he added.

Swalwell tweeted the clip with the remark, “I may be “another white guy,” but I know where there are gaps in my knowledge or my experience and I know when to pass the mic.”

The California Congressman also said that he would be sure to make his VP pick a female.

The response on Twitter wasn’t too favorable.

“My soul cringed out of my body,” said one respondent.

“King of Cucksville,” added another.

“Go back to threatening to nuke everyone. That was a lot less pathetic than this,” said another.

Perhaps this interview will help Swalwell get above 1 per cent in the polls, but I wouldn’t be too confident.

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Study: Only 18 Per Cent of Germans Think They Are Free to Express Their Opinions in Public

Islam and refugees most taboo subjects.

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The poor state of free speech in Europe has been highlighted once again by a poll which found that just 18 per cent of Germans felt they were free to express themselves in public.

The survey, conducted by the Allensbach Institute for Demoscopy and published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, asked Germans a series of questions to determine how taboo openly expressing forthright opinions had become.

59 per cent of respondents out of the 1283 sample said they felt comfortable expressing themselves freely amongst friends, but only 18 per cent felt comparable freedom voicing their views in public.

In addition, just 17 per cent said they were comfortable expressing themselves freely on the Internet while a full 35 per cent said that freedom of speech is only possible in private circles.

The most taboo subjects are Islam and refugees, according to respondents, 41 per cent of whom said political correctness had gone too far.

Two thirds of respondents also said it was too much of an imposition on free speech to be forced to refer to “foreigners” or “foreign born people” as “people with a migration background”.

As we previously reported, some people in Germany are less concerned about expressing controversial opinions in public.

A series of street interviews with Muslims in Germany showed every single one of them asserting that it’s “absolutely” and “100 per cent” a woman’s fault if she is raped while wearing a short skirt.

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Le Pen Demands Macron Dissolve Parliament After Globalist is Dealt ‘Humiliating’ Defeat

Political scene now “split between nationalists and globalists”.

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Populist leader Marine Le Pen demanded that President Emmanuel dissolve France’s parliament after she dealt the globalist a humiliating defeat in the EU parliamentary elections.

According to the latest vote count, Le Pen’s National Rally has secured 23.3% of the vote compared to 22.4% for Macron’s En Marche party.

Turnout was up 10% on 2014, particularly in areas of France where Le Pen has gained ground in recent years and where her policies have resonated with segments of the Yellow Vest movement.

The defeat is particularly humiliating for Macron because before the vote he said that anything other than first place would represent a failure.

“For Macron this was a defining election and it’s him who made it like that,” said Bernard Sananes, president of Elabe polling institute. “Finishing second would mean a sense of isolation in Europe.”

“The French have placed the National Rally at the top of the European elections. I see the people’s victory, who with pride and dignity have retaken power this evening,” said Le Pen, adding, “A widespread movement for an alternative is born.”

The National Front leader is now calling for Macron to dissolve parliament, asserting that the political scene is now firmly “split between nationalists and globalists.”

“The president has no other choice but to dissolve the National Assembly and allow for a more democratic voting system in order to better represent this country’s majority political opinion,” said Le Pen.

Macron’s presidential victory in 2017 was hailed as a victory for globalism and the beginning of the end for populism.

Reality begs to differ.

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