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Poll: Leftists More Likely to Support Political Violence

Labour & Remain voters approve of milkshaking right-wing politicians.

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According to a new YouGov poll, Labour Party leftists and Remain voters are more likely to approve of political violence in the form of throwing milkshakes at politicians.

“Imagine a protester threw a milkshake over a candidate from [party]. Would you personally approve or disapprove of this action?” respondents were asked.

As the graphic clearly illustrates, Labour and Remain voters are significantly more likely to approve such attacks in comparison to Leave voters and Conservatives.

Just over half of Labour and Remain voters approve of throwing milkshakes at UKIP and Brexit Party candidates, which is precisely what happened during the EU election campaign.

“Some people argue that throwing milkshakes is a legitimate form of political protest, and should be allowed as an expression of free speech,” states YouGov, seemingly unaware that assaulting someone for having a different opinion doesn’t come under the umbrella of free speech.

But hey, why stop at milkshakes? Comedian Jo Brand ‘joked’ that the next step should be acid attacks on right-wing politicians and the BBC defended her.

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Police Investigating Labour Supporter Who Claimed He Burned a Thousand Brexit Party Votes

Labour went on to win election by less than a thousand votes.

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Police are investigating a Facebook comment by a Labour Party supporter who claimed that he burned a thousand Brexit Party ballot papers before the recent Peterborough by-election and “laughed whilst doing it”.

“She [Lisa Forbes] got nominated (elected) because 3 people including me burned over a [sic] 1000 votes for TBP [The Brexit Party], and laughed while doing it,” said Alan Roddis.

“That is what we have to do to stop fascist scum like [Nigel] Farage never see power,” he added.

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Labour went on to win the election by just 683 votes, meaning that if the Labour Party supporter’s boast is true, he swung the outcome of the election.

The claim was made “in a closed group called ‘Peterborough Politics’ – a popular local discussion forum on Facebook” which has previously promoted “extreme and anti-semitic ideologies, including many made by local Labour activists,” reports Politicalite.

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Police are now reportedly investigating the matter after the Brexit Party passed on the information. They also handed it to the press, although coverage has been minimal.

This story should be a national scandal in the United Kingdom, yet no mainstream media outlet dares touch it.

Imagine if a Brexit Party supporter had admitted burning a thousand Labour Party ballot papers and Labour had lost the election by less than a thousand votes.

It would be massive story. As for this, not a peep.

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Trump is More Popular Amongst Blacks & Hispanics Than He Was in 2016

Despite being smeared as a racist by the media for the past 3 years.

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Despite three years of the media incessantly asserting that Donald Trump is a racist, his popularity amongst blacks and Hispanics has increased since 2016.

Exit polling data from 2016 showed Hillary Clinton earning 88 per cent of the black vote compared to Trump’s 8 per cent. This figure was still higher than Mitt Romney’s 6 per cent in 2012.

However, a new poll by Quinnipiac which maps out a hypothetical match up between Joe Biden and Trump shows Trump now has 12 per cent support from African-Americans.

Similarly, Trump’s poll numbers amongst Hispanics have improved.

In 2016, Trump garnered 28 per cent of the Hispanic vote. He now has the support of 33 per cent of Hispanics.

These stats are made all the more remarkable by the fact that the media has smeared Trump as a racist for three years solid. It doesn’t seem to have stuck.

Is this the Kanye effect? The fact that Trump has overseen the lowest black and Hispanic unemployment levels ever, or a combination of both?

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Joe Biden: “I Think I’m Either Low IQ or Slow — I Don’t Know”

Democratic frontrunner tries to own Trump insults by repeating them.

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Joe Biden tried to own President Trump’s insults against him by repeating them back to a crowd when he remarked, “I think I’m either low IQ or slow — I don’t know”.

The result was somewhat embarrassing.

“I think I’m either low IQ or slow—I don’t know what I am. Slow Joe Biden? Give me a break,” Biden said. “This is like out of Alice in Wonderland.”

Members of the audience appeared bored, with one looking at his phone and another staring at the floor.

“The first rule of politics is to not reinforce your opponent’s attacks by repeating them,” commented Kyle Olsen. “Despite being in elective politics for the last 50 years, Joe Biden apparently didn’t get that memo.”

Although many refer to Biden as “Creepy Uncle Joe,” Trump seems to prefer “Sleepy Joe,” which is probably a consequence of his “low energy” jibe against Jeb Bush working so well during the last campaign.

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