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    IT’S ON! Black Lives Matter Leader Issues A Violent Threat To White People If Trump W

    This is pretty disgusting in addition to being illegal.
    IT’S ON! Black Lives Matter Leader Issues A Violent Threat To White People If Trump Wins


    The Black Lives Matter hate group has officially spoken. They aren’t even trying to hide their racism anymore and their leader just proved that.

    Black lives Matter spokesmen, Tef Poe has always been the voice of the bigoted group. In November 2014, Poe was even flown to the United Nations offices in Geneva, Switzerland to speak about “police violence”. Funny, now that very same person is now inciting a race riot.

    Poe took to Twitter yesterday to share his intentions if Republican candidate Donald Trump wins the election :

    “Dear White People if Trump wins young niggas such as myself are fully hell bent on inciting riots everywhere we go. Just so you know.”

    Poe also claims that black people have “been too nice” and that will be ending as well.
    “Trump wins ain’t no more rules fammo. We’ve been to nice as is.”

    Do you realize the audacity it takes to openly spew such hypocrisy? This “leader” actually went to the United Nations to preach about violence in the black community at the hands of white people, and now he is telling the black community to commit violence against white people!

    Tef Poe is also the same person who wrote several racist songs about what happened in Ferguson. In one of the songs Poe calls Captain Ron Johnson of the state highway patrol a “house ******” because he is a black police officer.

    Last week, Donald Trump was under fire from a police department for “inciting a riot” at his rallies. On Monday, a North Carolina radio station tweeted that “Cumberland authorities consider charging Trump with inciting violence at Fayetteville rally.” Even though Trump has NEVER said anything to incite violence.

    The fact is, these paid protesters from black lives matter and other liberal hate groups are actually breaking the law when they crash Trump rallies. It’s illegal to protest in any vicinity or area that is used for government business or official assembly that is under the protection of the Secret Service.

    Federal law HR347 states:

    “When the federal law on trespass was quietly amended—it is a crime, punishable by up to a year in prison, to “knowingly impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions” in locations guarded by the Secret Service, including places where individuals under Secret Service protection are temporarily located”

    We have yet to see a single protester be charged for breaking this Federal law, and I have no doubt that Tef Poe will get away with making such racist threats to white people everywhere.

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    Anti-Donald Trump Black Lives Matter Activist Is ‘Hell Bent On Inciting Riots’

    16 Mar 2016

    “Young niggas such as myself are fully hell bent on inciting riots,” and Donald Trump’s election in November would mean there “aint no more rules,” say messages on Twitter to “white people,” from Tef Poe, a noted pro-Palestinian rap-artist and Black Lives Matter activist.

    Mr. Poe’s recent Tweets read in full.

    Dear white people if Trump wins young niggas such as myself are fully hell bent on inciting riots everywhere we go. Just so you know.

    — War Machine III (@TefPoe) March 16, 2016

    War Machine III ‎@TefPoe
    Trump wins aint no more rules fammo. We've been too nice as is.
    11:16 AM - 16 Mar 2016

    “Fammo” is likely a reference to Mr. Poe’s associates and extended family members.

    Mr. Poe was a prominent Ferguson activist who was closely associated with Ashley Yates. Mr. Poe and Ms. Yates are the co-founders of the social justice Hands Up United, who also sell T-Shirts and accept donations on their website.

    Ms. Yates recently posted a flyer on Twitter that described appropriate clothing to wear in the riot. As Breitbart News reported, that flyer was written in both English and Arabic.

    Mr. Poe travelled to the Middle East as part of a “solidarity demonstration” with prominent Black Livers Matter activists in 2015. That trip

    A description of a video for their trip reads:

    In Nazareth, the delegates decided to do a solidarity demonstration as a call for support of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign that was called for by Palestinian civil society in 2005.

    This demonstration was coordinated by Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, and features “Ella’s Song” by Sweet Honey in the Rock, sung by Charlene Carruthers, National Director of the Black Youth Project 100 and Dream Defenders’ Executive Director Phillip Agnew; poet, artist, and New York Justice League member, Aja Monet; rapper and Ferguson/Hands Up United organizer Tef Poe, and Ferguson/ Hands Up United organizer, Tara Thompson. Dream Defenders Ciara Taylor, Steven Pargett, Sherika Shaw, and Ahmad Abuznaid, journalist Marc Lamont Hill, New York Justice League organizers Cherrell Brown and Carmen Perez, and Maytha Alhassen, a University of Southern California Doctoral Candidate, are seen preforming the debke, a traditional Palestinian folk dance

    In 2014, Hands Up United co-founders. Poe and Yates took over a rally. As the description for this video says:

    Toward the end of a #FergusonOctober event with a slew of clergy, black leaders and a keynote by Dr. Cornel West, a group of #Ferguson youth interrupted the speeches in protest of their lack of inclusion. They yelled out “Let us speak, let us speak!” With speakers on the program still left, they gave up their speaking time to give the youth the opportunity to grace the mic.

    The video’s description says that it “vividly express gritty street level frustration and unrelenting rebellion against the widespread systemic patterns of racial oppression and police brutality-you will never get closer to the heart of the Ferguson protest than this!”

    In the video, Tef Poe gets applause when he suggests that the Ferguson protests needed more gang members, including the Bloods and the Gang, saying “When we out there in the street, it ain’t the brother in the suit that’s protecting me.”

    At another point, discussing the police shooting of Mike Brown that led to the riots, arson and looting in Ferguson, Mr. Poe says he believes Brown’s friend Darnell about the shooting and the claim that Brown said said, “Hands up, don’t shoot.” Mr. Poe says, “Darnell told me that he died with his hands up, so I believe Darnell. So I don’t need Don Lemon to confirm what happened.”

    The Department of Justice found that Mike Brown did not, in fact, have his hands up but that instead, he had assaulted a police officer and that incident led to his shooting death while he charged at the police officer.

    Mr. Poe is currently in Austin, Texas doing a number of gigs connected to the South by Southwest music festival. For those interesting in attending, a complete schedule of his appearances is linked here Mr. Poe will be appearing with fellow artists such as The Knuckles and Black Spade.
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    How College Students and Veterans of the Occupy Movement Shut Down Trump in Chicago

    by Ansel Herz • Mar 14, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    There's a lot of encouraging stuff in this report by Alex Seitz-Wald delving into the community organizing behind last Friday's shutdown of a Trump rally:

    When Ja’Mal Green, a prominent black activist and Bernie Sanders supporter in Chicago, saw that Donald Trump was coming to the University of Illinois Chicago, he knew what he had to do. “Everyone, get your tickets to this. We’re all going in!!!! #‎SHUTITDOWN‬,” he posted on Facebook last week.

    Little did he know they actually would shut it down.

    Green and other student activists from the Black Students Union and Latino groups—the folks Trump has denigrated in his campaign—gathered by the hundreds to make plans ahead of the Trump rally. Even veterans of the Occupy movement got involved. When heard what was going on, they chipped in with support. At the event, Secret Service agents expelled Green, but he said he "quickly changed into a friend’s hoodie and slid back in." Read the rest.Over the past few years, there's been much fretting by old liberals about today's campus left: They're stifling free speech; they're naive and unrealistic.These things are true in some cases and worth discussing. But they also tend to miss the bigger picture: This is a progressive generation more willing to take to the streets against injustice than any generation before it. That's something to applaud, not condemn.

    Many of the protesters who shut down Trump were supporters of Bernie Sanders, but even if Sanders doesn't win the Democratic nomination, Seitz-Wald reports, "the anti-Trump showing in Chicago foreshadows a possible future avenue for his movement in the general election, in which Trump is the most likely Republican nominee." These students who are willing to go up against the Secret Service, risk arrest, and put their bodies on the line may be one of America's strongest defenses against fascism over the coming months.

    How College Students and Veterans of the Occupy Movement Shut Down Trump in Chicago - - Portland Mercury

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    Geez...I hope they understand that if Trump wins and fulfills his promise on bringing jobs back to this country that they (Black Lives Matter) should be able to benefit in some way from all the new employment opportunities. With such a high unemployment rate for younger African-Americans, wouldn't one think that robust job opportunities should be welcomed and embraced?

    “Dear White People if Trump wins young niggas such as myself are fully hell bent on inciting riots everywhere we go. Just so you know.”
    What is that? Why must violence be used? Where is Obama on this? Why doesn't he guide these young frustrated people? I thought BLM had to do with treatment by police not a presidential candidate who is looking to bring back many of the better jobs that once were in this country. I am so confused.....
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    Summaries for the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011

    This bill made it a federal crime to trespass on the White House grounds, and it made other minor changes to an existing law.
    This bill amended a previously existing law, which can be read here, that was also about establishing a crime of being in restricted areas protected by the Secret Service. This bill's only significant change was adding the White House to the list of restricted places.
    What this bill changed

    The House committee report for this bill explained:
    "[T]here is no Federal law that expressly prohibits unlawful entry to the White House and its grounds or the Vice President's residence and its grounds. The Secret Service must therefore rely upon a provision in the District of Columbia Code, which addresses only minor misdemeanor infractions, when someone attempts to or successfully trespasses upon the grounds of the White House or Vice President's residence."
    In other words, trespassing on the White House grounds was not a federal crime until this bill's enactment, and prior to then trespassing was prosecuted as a municipal misdemeanor.

    The existing law

    The other provisions in this bill regarding restricted grounds temporarily protected by the Secret Service were already a matter of law.
    Some say those existing provisions made protests illegal at political events where the Secret Service is protecting a candidate for office. Our understanding is that this is incorrect. The law applies to "cordoned off" areas or where a restriction is posted and where the general public has been cleared from. Additionally, it is unlikely the courts would uphold a restriction on access based on a political viewpoint.

    In summary

    This bill:

    • Added "the White House or its grounds, or the Vice President’s official residence or its grounds" to the list of restricted areas.
    • Removed a section specifying federal jurisdiction of the offense -- we don't know why that is or if it has any practical significance.
    • Made other technical corrections that appear to us to be non-substantive.

    Bills titled "Improvement Act" are often minor adjustments to laws to add clarity without changing the underlying intent of the law. Provisions in this bill were first introduced in a bill in 2009.
    Other resources

    This bill was also covered by Snopes and analyzed by the ACLU, although we don't agree with all aspects of those analyses.

    Last updated Mar 14, 2016. View all GovTrack summaries.

    Signed by Obama.

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