Not Funny: Video Played At Trump Resort Conference Shows Trump Murdering Political Opponents and Media Figures

The video is an edited version of the church massacre scene from the 2014 film Kingsman: The Secret Service. Trump's head is superimposed on the body of the film's star, Colin Firth, who goes on to kill the parishioners who are depicted as media entities

A videotape (shown below) by Trump supporters has horrified Democrats and Republicans alike in depicting Trump savagely murdering his political opponents like Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden while wiping out media figures. It is a take-off of the church massacre scene from the 2014 film Kingsman: The Secret Service with Trump superimposed for one of the main characters, Colin Firth. The delay in denouncing this film is only fueling the recriminations. I have previously criticized Trump for his reckless attacks on American media as “the enemies of the people.” There is no evidence that this video was approved or even known by the Trump campaign. I assume that it would have been taken down immediately if it were known (as it happened when organizers ultimately learned of its screening). However, there is a rising concern that Trump’s over-heated rhetoric against the press has fueled the anger of some supporters.

The violent video below shows a happy Trump massacring everyone in a “Church of Fake News.” It is a juvenile attempt at humor but, given the anger in this election, it is a disgraceful and dangerous parody. Trump was previously criticized for retweeting violent videos showing him attacking the media.

The video was shown at a three-day conference held by a pro-Trump organization called American Priority at the Trump National Doral Miami last week. It was attended by former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders; the president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., Florida Gov.  Ron DeSantis, and others.

Given Trump’s rapid response to other news, there should already have been a statement denouncing this videotape from the President.

204 thoughts on “Not Funny: Video Played At Trump Resort Conference Shows Trump Murdering Political Opponents and Media Figures”

  1. So when Bush 43 was pictured in the cross hairs of a rifle scope, that was a real knee slapped. It all depends on who’s oz is being gored.

  2. Not Funny? That’s subjective. Does this all stem from the fact Leftist media are the leaders in hate and propaganda? If someone on the left made this about Fox, CSN, etc.. with, lets say, Obama, would the outrage (fake or otherwise), be the same?
    Not Hardly.
    The hypocrites are on parade again.

    1. My oh my. The Prof is once again punked by another “fake news” story presented by the NYT and outrage expressed by the WHCA. Here are the facts as reported by people who actually covered the festival as press (CJ Ciaramella of Reason, Andy Ngo, and Robby Soave). Alex Phillips, the organizer of the American Priority (AMP) Festival said, “the display must have been submitted by a third party and that he was not aware it was being shown.” The AMP meeting had no connection to the Trump 2020 campaign.

      Ciaramella said the “room was empty when he was there and never had more than a handful of people inside at a time.”

      Andy Ngo said, “Patrician media et al. are raging over the stupid parody video at Trump Miami only because they can use it to attack him. It was part of a ‘meme exhibit’ in a room next to the back kitchen that was entirely empty. It had nothing to do w/his campaign.”

      Robby Soave said about the NYT article, “1) The Times says they obtained the video. Why not publish it alongside the article and let us decide for ourselves? 2) Who showed it? Doesn’t sound like it was the organizers.” Soave also noted about the empty room, “Think of the tens of people who may have been radicalized by this.”

      So Professor, how about a breathless apology for those of us who waited for the facts about this event to be disclosed.

      1. Journalists do not cover stories anymore. They work towards political goals.

        It’s sad.

      2. Yeah, that’s some straight up reporting by some unbiased journalists.

        I’m glad to hear that the video must have been mistakenly delivered to the Trump property for a Trump event, when obviously it would fit right in at the Car Wash and Pizza parlor next door where it was probably supposed to be delivered. What a relief!

    1. David Benson is the God Emperor of Making Stuff Up and owes me thirty-eight citations (one from the OED, one from the town ordinances and two from the Old Testament), an equation and the source of a quotation, after forty-five weeks, and needs to cite all his work from now on. – What legal arguments have you added to the debate? And what is your terminal degree in again? Pretty sure it is not law.

      1. I had hoped to learn something about the law by reading here. So far most disappointed. 🙁

        1. David Benson is the God Emperor of Making Stuff Up and owes me thirty-eight citations (one from the OED, one from the town ordinances and two from the Old Testament), an equation and the source of a quotation, after forty-five weeks, and needs to cite all his work from now on. – if you are really interested, I can give you the names of several legal YouTube sites that go over legal problems. Just let me know.

            1. David Benson is the God Emperor of Making Stuff Up and owes me thirty-eight citations (one from the OED, one from the town ordinances and two from the Old Testament), an equation and the source of a quotation, after forty-six weeks, and needs to cite all his work from now on. – NO

            2. you and Paul should take your bromance elsewhere as we really find it pathetic that two old men carry on this way in public

        2. the subject material is mostly constitutional law, which has a big nexus with politics.
          when media is covered, there is also a connection to first amendment materials

          brandenberg v ohio is your relevant background case study for this thread.


          “The Court’s Per Curiam opinion held that the Ohio law violated Brandenburg’s right to free speech. The Court used a two-pronged test to evaluate speech acts: (1) speech can be prohibited if it is “directed at inciting or producing imminent lawless action” and (2) it is “likely to incite or produce such action.” The criminal syndicalism act made illegal the advocacy and teaching of doctrines while ignoring whether or not that advocacy and teaching would actually incite imminent lawless action. The failure to make this distinction rendered the law overly broad and in violation of the Constitution.”

          and as usual, NYT v Sullivan, which allows the NYT to defame the president daily with no consequences

          1. dUde, I thought you were the free speech advocate incensed that I suggested the killer Trump video should not have been posted here? Now you want public officials suing newspapers?




    The creator of a gruesome video that showed a fake President Trump killing journalists and political opponents and that was played at a meeting of a pro-Trump group over the weekend is part of a loose network of right-wing provocateurs with a direct line to the White House.

    The unidentified creator of the video operates under the name “The GeekzTeam” and has proclaimed on Twitter to be a “red blooded American with ZERO tolerance for the liberal agenda.” Like many such amateur agitators, the GeekzTeam specializes in creating pro-Trump internet content, often by remixing the president’s image into clips from popular movies and television shows.

    Another of the provocateurs, Logan Cook, who often has posted videos on MemeWorld, his website, participated in a social media summit at the White House in July and took his children to meet the president in the Oval Office, accompanied by Dan Scavino, the White House social media director.

    Mr. Cook’s website acts as a clearinghouse for offensive memes and videos, allowing users to post homemade videos that often depict Mr. Trump as a crusader or superhero who uses violence to suppress news outlets, individual journalists and political opponents.

    On Monday, Mr. Cook’s site posted a statement disavowing political violence while defending The GeekzTeam, saying that the video showing Mr. Trump shooting, stabbing and punching his foes was “clearly satirical.”

    Mr. Cook’s own videos, as well as his one-stop shop of a website, have become a go-to resource for Mr. Scavino, who often shares items with Mr. Trump. In April, Mr. Cook landed in the center of a controversy over a doctored version of a video in which former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. addressed his interactions with women.

    In the doctored video, a cartoon version of Mr. Biden appears to be nuzzling the back of his own head. Mr. Trump shared the video with his 60 million followers on Twitter at the time.
    “Trolls in the White House,” Mr. Cook wrote in a photo on his Instagram account on July 11, describing his family greeting Mr. Trump in the Oval Office.

    At the White House social media meeting, which honored pro-Trump meme-makers and other members of the far-right ecosystem, Mr. Trump praised a room full of content creators as people who had worked with Mr. Scavino on ideas that ultimately saved him money on advertising.

    “He’ll come up with ideas, and you’ll come up with ideas,” Mr. Trump said of Mr. Scavino and the attendees. “And he’ll run into my office. He said, ‘You got to see this.’”

    Mr. Trump added, “Some of you are extraordinary. I can’t say everybody, but some of you are extraordinary. The crap you think of is unbelievable.”

    A White House spokesman did not respond to a request for comment about why Mr. Cook was invited to the White House social media meeting in the first place.

    Edited from: “Violent Video Was Product Of Right-Wing Provocateurs And Trump Allies”

    Today’s New York Times

  4. This is the results of a runner and the people trying to free him. Trump is a runner he will never have the guts to stand and fight. Every since his draft flight he’s been running like the hounds were chasing him during the time of slavery. Due to Putin’s order he is running out of Syria. Run Trump run, see Trump run

    1. Squeeky, D’at chit ain’t right, d’ay just ain’t had all them vaccines yet, then they’ll be fine.

  5. Wow! Pure Americana, American Hero, Pregnant wife, not as risky but not unlike the American boys on Normandy beach that climbed cliffs under fire & took out Enemy (Fake News CNN) Artillery Positions.

    Ph You Zuck, you’re Toast, Goodbye!

    1. That’s very good advise for women that hate Trump & American, all they have to do is go & enjoy the Diversity over there in that 3rd world Crapastan.

    1. Piece of trash spreading trash to goad some trash like him to keep the trash in power for 4 more years.

      1. always a mistake to give up personal info on this blog

        i’ll spare you the reasons

    2. kurtz: “antifa or their probable allies, took to vandalism . ”

      not a word in the sacbee article about who is behind the vandalism, but it’s easy to stir hatred and promote division

      sacbee quotes:

      San Francisco Police confirmed they’re investigating the act of vandalism.

      “There are surveillance cameras up at Coit Tower and the cops are going to see what they can find in those videos. If somebody can be found and apprehended and charged they will be,” said Peskin.

      1. yeah not a word of it purely my hypothesis
        I’m just using logic, reason, and applying it to those who are perhaps responsible

        whenever somebody calls for “direct action” i will translate that for you. it means violence or illegal activity.

        antifa basically has “direct action” as its slogan

        since Columbus day is a federal holiday, and this was apparenlty an interstate crime spree, I see a basis for the FBI to investigate. will they?

  6. Professor Turley says the comedic alteration of a gory flick should be denounced. He has fck-all to say about the gory flick itself. Should Trump denounce the movie too?

  7. There WAS a “rapid response” from the White House to the fake video and President Trump “strongly condemned” it. However, the mainstream media isn’t going to report much on anything remotely favorable to the President. Besides, the next phase of the soft-coup operation is underway, and that takes priority among the presstitutes.

    Nonetheless, Stephanie Grisham, the White House press secretary, tweeted this Monday morning that the President “has not yet seen the video, he will see it shortly, but based upon everything he has heard, he strongly condemns this video.”

    But I note that the mainstream media, Professor Turley, and the Leftist community have had no problem and continue to have no problem whatsoever with death and assault threats made against the President, and, in fact, they defend them in the name of “free speech” at every opportunity. Whether it’s murdering a Trump look-a-alike in a New York Central Park play, beheading and shooting Trump as a “joke,” expressing the desire to “punch” the President in the face, or any number of vile, despicable, and heinous acts, these are “all good” with mainstream media, Professor Turley, and the Leftist community.

  8. In the movie Kingsman, eco terrorist Valentine, played by a lisping Samuel Jackson, has devised a subliminal messaging system to be sent out worldwide through the cell phones he magnanimously gave everyone on Earth. Once triggered, it escalated aggression, making most humans on Earth into homicidal maniacs. Mothers even tried to kill their own children. Valentine approached the elites of the world, and made them a deal that if he joined them, contributing their nation’s satellites to beam the command signal, then he would provide them with an implant that both blocked the neuromodulating signal, and would execute them if they betrayed him.

    So, basically, it was a Leftist dream. The masses did not deserve to be saved. The planet would be better off without them, with a select few elitists remaining (all of whom would have absolutely no idea how to build a house, let alone a vehicle.)

    That left what to do with the right winger background characters in the movie. The directors mocked every conservative stereotype possible. Valentine tested his device in an activist church, that opposed homosexuality and women’s rights. Colin Firth played Galahad, as all the Kingsmen have code names from Camelot. He belongs to an organization that was created out of the vast wealth of Englishmen who lost their heirs in the world wars. With nothing to do with their treasure, they formed their own secret service, comprised of wealth, noble elites out to save the world. It was considered quite shocking that Galahad proposed a commoner join.

    All Galahad knows is that the Church is the next target, not what the plot is. So he attends a service to see what happens. He finds the anti-gay sermon so disgusting, that he announces,

    “I’m a catholic whore, currently enjoying enjoying congress–out of wedlock–with my black jewish boyfriend, who works in a military abortion clinic. So hail Satan, and have a lovely afternoon, madam.” (

    This is the setup, so that the audience of the movie will feel the full horror of the alt right, anti gay marriage, Christian bigots. Then proceeds one of the most violent fight scenes I have ever seen in a movie. (

    The movie used caricatures of Christians as a common enemy of the Kingsmen and the Eco Terrorist, and then glorified in their bloody, torturous end.

    That was art.

    Apparently, Trump supporters used the exact same methods, and set up the anti-Trump extremists and the fake news as the boogeyman, whose demise was a fantasy they could relish. In the parody, the woman said that Trump’s son would be thrown into a cage with pedophiles. That is horrific.

    I rather liked some parts of the original movie, which I own. I found the trope against conservatives tiresome. I found the mass shooting in the church in the movie to currently be in bad taste, considering the church, synagogue, and mosque massacres. Therefore, I also found the parody to be in terribly bad taste for the same reasons.

    I also think that the critics are operating under a severe case of willful blindness. Fantasies about assassinating Trump are as common as they are horrific. Madonna dreams about blowing up the White House. Johnny Depp wants to assassinate him. Chelsea Handler asked the military to murder him and engage in a coup. Robert DeNiro threatened to beat him up. Kathy Griffin posed with his bloody, severed head in effigy. Snoop Dogg shot him in a music video. The list just goes on and on and on. And it was all bad. All on the Left. Some of them were legitimate appeals to those close to Donald Trump to assassinate him.

    Now, they are going bananas about a violent fantasy in which the fake news is killed. It was a parody. Yes, bad taste. Have they ever watched South Park? They use gross out humor and cartoon violence to make cutting political satire commentary.

    All I would say about this is that it is just as poor taste and mean spirited as all of the Leftist murder fantasies. In the parody’s case, it was not a fantasy to harm any particular person, as the anti-Trump fetishes are. Rather, it was the effigy of the fake news and internet trolls. So I would criticize it, but it’s hypocritical for the Left to lose their minds over it.

    I would ask, if this scene was reprehensible in a parody, then why was it entertainment in a movie where it was right wing exaggerated characters being slaughtered inside a church? The movie grossed $414.4 million worldwide. Are Christians fair game to be mocked and caricatured, but the mainstream media are sacred cows?

    Hollywood has not problem making millions off of on screen violence.

    1. well said Karen. so it seems from your report that it was a stupid movie. of course I did not see it. somethign told me i would not like it. now give me something like the last Rambo where he slaughters a hundred Mexican narcotrafficantes, that’s more my idea of an action movie.

      Hollywood soaks us in gore, making billions, and the newspeople clap politely.
      But one satirist makes a clip, and this sets the news media aflame
      always ask why

      see my quote from Deut. 32. I picked that out especially for today.

      1. I’ve noticed a common theme of ecoterrorists in recent movies. They claim the solution to climate change is to kill almost everyone. Let’s see, there was Kingsman, Thanos from The Avengers Infinity Wars & End Game, Aquaman (they aim to start a war with the land dwellers because of climate change), Nightmoves, Eve of Destruction, The Day The Earth Stood Still, Legion, Knowing…

        Hollywood seems obsessed with wiping out everyone to save the Earth. They do not seem too concerned that it will give mentally unstable people ideas. That’s only a concern when non Hollywood people make violent videos for entertainment.

      2. Kurtz,

        How many Wall st bankers, City London bankers, Central bankers did Rambo throw off the roofs of sky scrappers in that movie? Maybe a few corrupt Pedo politicians?

        If it’s zero I/m not interested. I’m only interested in comedy. LOl;)

        1. i dont know about any such movies. the only time a banker got killed in a movie that i remember was godfather 3. which is under-rated

          if you want fiction about revenge on pedos then try these excellent books

          they will never make these into movies. the author tried but all the deals were unsuitable. the books are too grim perhaps. or perhaps that’s not the sort of thing hollywood wants to “entertain” i wonder why ask corey feldman

          1. I don’t know if I still have old files to another PC that blue screened or not.

            In those files was one Dead Bankers.

            Among one of the best Wall st Bankers death was one out of Colorado, it was rules a suicide.

            Supposedly he took a 16 penny Air Nail & shot himself 10 or 20 times.

            I laughed at the story at the time because when I was younger I did carpentry work & accidentally shoot myself with that type of gun, Hurt like Hell!!!

            Shoot himself once, maybe twice…. 10-20 time no way in hell!

            Sounds more to me like a case of: Where’s the Money Libowski?

            About 2008 those files filled up with great stories & a song: Jump you ph’kers Jump! LOL;)

    2. Karen, that is a typical example of why we unplugged from TV, cable news, netflix, Hulu, and 95% of cinema “movies”. I abhor films glorifying violence, horror, stabbings, blood and gore, and I particularly resent how TV shows since the 1980s have characterized men as fat slob nitwits who serve as the butt of all jokes in the shows. “Married With Children” and “Homer” started the trend, and I walked away from TV back then. We are not on Facebook or any other “social media” apps to purposely protect our minds and souls from the garbage at the internet has become.

      I’m not worried about the video that was showed at the Doral property in Miami. With Griffith’s beheading of Trump, the NY play showing the killing of Trump, and Antifa causing brain hemorrhages of Americans, the left should be yawning about the video at Doral property, but they dont because their’s is a dictatorship of relativism


      1. Good one. I forgot about the NY play.

        Men have been stereotyped as worthless. It is very concerning on the impact this will have on this generation of boys.

        I have also noticed that violence went from being left up to the imagination, and part of the plot, to movies without any plot at all. The entire point is the violence, which is zoomed in and slowed down. It’s like watching a vivisection. I don’t enjoy watching violence in movies, and have to look away, or just not watch if it’s really bad.

        1. Karen, here is a great article on the courage of Bill Barr and the predictable intolerance of the Left for deleting and hence ignoring the religious foundational principles of this great nation.

          it would be professorial if Turley weaved this type of scholastic historical investigation into the current collapse of our public forums. Instead of Turley continually complaining about how raw our discourse has become he could step up to his virtual podium and infuse historical thinking into US Laws. At least Barr did just that just like Scalia

          Missed opportunity, JT


          Bill Barr ‘Gets’ Religion

          The attorney general gives a speech on secularism, and the left goes bananas.

          For Notre Dame fans, this football weekend was a twofer. Not only did the Irish beat a longtime rival, the University of Southern California, on Saturday, the campus was treated to a sight it had never before seen: the attorney general of the United States, at a pregame tailgater, serenading faculty, students and fans with his bagpipes.

          Turns out that was William Barr’s second performance on campus. The first came at the law school Friday, when he delivered a bracing speech on the role of religion in the American story of freedom.

          The attorney general advanced two broad propositions. First, the waning of religion’s influence in American life has left more of her citizens vulnerable to what Tocqueville called the “soft despotism” of government dependency. Second, today’s secularists are decidedly not of the live-and-let-live variety.

          “The secular project has itself become a religion, pursued with religious fervor,” he said. “It is taking on all the trappings of religion, including inquisitions and excommunication. Those who defy the creed risk a figurative burning at the stake—social, educational and professional ostracism and exclusion waged through lawsuits and savage social media campaigns.”

          Right out of central casting, critics stepped forward to prove his point. New York Times columnist Paul Krugman accused Mr. Barr of “religious bigotry” and described his words as a “pogrom type speech.”

          Political ethicist and professional attention seeker Richard Painter tapped out a series of even more furious tweets, here calling the speech the latest episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” there suggesting Mr. Barr isn’t much of a Christian, here again saying Mr. Barr sounded like “vintage Goebbels.” Over at MSNBC, meanwhile, retired Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, once chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, told Joy Reid the attorney general is “Torquemada in a business suit,” a reference to the Spanish Inquisition’s grand inquisitor.

          This is what we have come to expect when someone in public life mentions religion in a positive light. Many didn’t like Mr. Barr’s blaming secularism for social pathologies such as drug addiction, family breakdown and increasing numbers of angry and alienated young males. Yet few engaged his more arresting contention, which is that all these problems have spiritual roots. Whereas religion addresses such challenges by stressing personal responsibility, Mr. Barr argued, the state’s answer is merely to try to alleviate “bad consequences.”

          “So the reaction to growing illegitimacy is not sexual responsibility, but abortion,” he said. “The reaction to drug addiction is safe injection sites. The solution to the breakdown of the family is for the state to set itself up as an ersatz husband for the single mother and an ersatz father for the children. The call comes for more and more social programs to deal with this wreckage—and while we think we’re solving problems, we are underwriting them.”

          Vincent Phillip Muñoz, a Notre Dame professor, notes there was nothing particularly Catholic about this speech. Like Washington in his Farewell Address, he says, Mr. Barr focused on the irreplaceable role of religion in cultivating the morality citizens need to be capable of self-government.

          “The speech wasn’t first and foremost about religious freedom,” says Mr. Muñoz. “It was about the human and social consequences of the new secular morality, and what happens when the state views its citizens not only in purely material terms, but as subjects who can’t really govern themselves.”

          Even those who strongly disagree with Mr. Barr ought to have found this an invitation for thoughtful and vigorous debate. But rather than engage, some imply there is something unseemly about an attorney general’s even speaking at a Catholic university. Given the hostility that holding such a conversation engenders on campuses today, perhaps America can count itself fortunate it still has a university where this can happen.

          Carter Snead, the law professor who invited Mr. Barr, puts it this way: “At Notre Dame, we are not afraid to explore the hard questions about God, religion and America together in friendship, especially on those matters about which people strongly disagree.”

          Mr. Barr’s argument has been echoed throughout American history: “Our Constitution was made for only for a moral and religious people” (John Adams). “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith” (Tocqueville). “In teaching this democratic faith to American children, we need the sustaining, buttressing aid of those great ethical religious teachings which are the heritage of our modern civilization. For ‘not upon strength nor upon power, but upon the spirit of God’ shall our democracy be founded” (FDR). And so on.

          That so many would become unhinged by Mr. Barr’s relatively modest contribution to the genre is highly revealing of the absolutism of secularist opponents determined to marginalize and destroy anyone who dares dissent from their own uncompromising orthodoxy.

    3. Reminds me of the movie, The Hunt by Universal. The studio made a movie about the fantasy of Leftist elites getting to hunt down and shoot Trump supporters.

      Last I heard, they delayed the release. However, the studio green lighted the project, and it made it all the way to the reel.

      Now, that movie sounds like bad taste, too. However, it just might show the Left how extreme and violent the movement is becoming. Make them take a good, hard look in the mirror. Or…Leftists could just gleefully enjoy the movie. The director claimed it was satire that was supposed to illustrate polarization taken to the extreme. I don’t know. I can’t see it unless it’s released.

    4. Karen, the parody includes the graphic and brutal murder of two US past Presidents, a major party Presidential candidate, Senator and SoS, and several members of Congress and was shown at a Trump event on Trump property. Kathy Griffin was roundly and completely condemned after her stunt and her career ruined.

      I’m glad we agree the parody was revolting,

      However, why do you continue to go to garbage movies like The Kingsman franchise? You seem expert on the genre. There are many good movies each year and I would highly recommend indie films The Florida Project of 2 years ago and this years The Last Black Man in San Francisco. More mainstream productions like The Green Room and for light hearted fun Baby Driver are high quality. If you keep going to violent crap (BD has some, but that’s not the point) guess what? That’s what Hollywood will keep making!

      1. “However, why do you continue to go to garbage movies like The Kingsman franchise? You seem expert on the genre.” I am a fan of Colin Firth from his days as Mr Darcy. I bought the movie when it came out and then watched it, which is why I was able to provide the synopsis. I didn’t even mention the part where to become a Kingsman, you had to shoot your own dog. Of course, the gun was loaded with blanks, but the initiates didn’t know that.

        As I mentioned previously, “I don’t keep going to violent crap.” I don’t watch violent scenes or seek out really, disturbingly violent movies like the modern horror genre. I didn’t even watch the original scene in this movie, because it was too gory.

        I never saw The Florida Project and will give it a go. I am a rather annoying person to watch movies with, if it’s one of those shallow movies where Hollywood didn’t bother with a plot…or physics. It’s hard to stifle myself from pointing out all the plot holes. For instance when Steven Seagal ran ahead of the crash force of the train he was on.

        I generally do not like violent political commentary, such as the rap videos where Trump got shot, or the NYT Trump assassination play. However, there is a way to do so with biting wit that actually makes a point. Surprisingly, some of the South Park videos made some keen observations. I haven’t watched it in many years, but they were skilled political satirists, no matter which political party they were skewering. This parody of Kingsman was just a revenge fantasy, apparently made by some Trump fans, at a meme exhibit that was largely unattended. That doesn’t have much point, just reveling in the fantasy of an ultimate fighter. Violence for its own sake instead of to draw a conclusion.

        1. Karen S – there evidently is a “Don Wick” satire/parody that they have not found yet. This one is tame compared to that for those that follow the John Wick series.

        1. Blade Runner! What f..king bs franchise. The original BR supposedly takes place in 2019 and guess what? LA is in better shape now then when that dystopian fantasy was made in 1982, let alone what it predicts.BR 2049 should have been filmed in Tahiti.

  9. Deut.,32

    They provoked him to jealousy with strange gods, with abominations provoked they him to anger.

    17 They sacrificed unto devils, not to God; to gods whom they knew not, to new gods that came newly up, whom your fathers feared not.

    18 Of the Rock that begat thee thou art unmindful, and hast forgotten God that formed thee.

    19 And when the Lord saw it, he abhorred them, because of the provoking of his sons, and of his daughters.

    20 And he said, I will hide my face from them, I will see what their end shall be: for they are a very froward generation, children in whom is no faith.

    21 They have moved me to jealousy with that which is not God; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with those which are not a people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.

    22 For a fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall burn unto the lowest hell, and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.

    23 I will heap mischiefs upon them; I will spend mine arrows upon them.

    24 They shall be burnt with hunger, and devoured with burning heat, and with bitter destruction: I will also send the teeth of beasts upon them, with the poison of serpents of the dust.

    25 The sword without, and terror within, shall destroy both the young man and the virgin, the suckling also with the man of gray hairs.

    26 I said, I would scatter them into corners, I would make the remembrance of them to cease from among men:

    27 Were it not that I feared the wrath of the enemy, lest their adversaries should behave themselves strangely, and lest they should say, Our hand is high, and the Lord hath not done all this.

    28 For they are a nation void of counsel, neither is there any understanding in them.

    29 O that they were wise, that they understood this, that they would consider their latter end!

    30 How should one chase a thousand, and two put ten thousand to flight, except their Rock had sold them, and the Lord had shut them up?

    31 For their rock is not as our Rock, even our enemies themselves being judges.

    32 For their vine is of the vine of Sodom, and of the fields of Gomorrah: their grapes are grapes of gall, their clusters are bitter:

    33 Their wine is the poison of dragons, and the cruel venom of asps.

    34 Is not this laid up in store with me, and sealed up among my treasures?

    35 To me belongeth vengeance and recompence; their foot shall slide in due time: for the day of their calamity is at hand, and the things that shall come upon them make haste.

    36 For the Lord shall judge his people, and repent himself for his servants, when he seeth that their power is gone, and there is none shut up, or left.

    37 And he shall say, Where are their gods, their rock in whom they trusted,

    38 Which did eat the fat of their sacrifices, and drank the wine of their drink offerings? let them rise up and help you, and be your protection.

    39 See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god with me: I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal: neither is there any that can deliver out of my hand.

    40 For I lift up my hand to heaven, and say, I live for ever.

    41 If I whet my glittering sword, and mine hand take hold on judgment; I will render vengeance to mine enemies, and will reward them that hate me.

    42 I will make mine arrows drunk with blood, and my sword shall devour flesh; and that with the blood of the slain and of the captives, from the beginning of revenges upon the enemy.

    43 Rejoice, O ye nations, with his people: for he will avenge the blood of his servants, and will render vengeance to his adversaries, and will be merciful unto his land, and to his people.

  10. The video shows Trump as tough. We want a tough president. Last week the Kurds threatened Turkey. So Trump got tough with them.

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