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Cops told this guy to take down Trump signs — so he put up more
By David K. Li
October 25, 2016 | 12:11am


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Dozens of Donald Trump backers gathered Sunday at this Lindenhurst, LI, home with signs and a Trump cutout to support a fellow “deplorable” who says he’s being hassled by officials over his displays.

Sean Murphy, 50, said cops, citing town codes, ordered him to stop placing campaign signs and banners along Montauk Highway last week.

“I think this is harassment,” Murphy told The Post. “It’s my constitutional right.”
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Bucks County Man Says He’s Had 13 Trump Signs Stolen From His Yard
October 25, 2016 1:34 PM By Jim Melwert

LOWER MAKEFIELD Twp., Pa. (CBS) — Stealing political signs is nothing new, but it’s getting out of hand for one Bucks County man as he’s had 13 Trump for President signs stolen off his Lower Makefield Township property.

One of the Trump signs that was stolen, was 15 or 20 feet up in a tree, but homeowner Gary Cruzan says – like a dozen other Trump signs — it was stolen out of his yard along Edgewood Road.

“They had to come with a long pole, there’s just no way — they were way up there.”

Cruzan estimates the 13 stolen signs have cost him about $500, not to mention the time.

“The first time was kind of like okay, okay they got it, but I never expected this to be an ongoing saga, you know?”

Cruzan set up a camera in his yard to get photos of the thieves, one was wearing a space suit with goggles, and a go-pro on his head.

“When you see somebody who looks like he’s from Mars taking your sign, it really puts a different complexion on it.”

Cruzan says he won’t do anything to hurt somebody, but does say he’s recruiting help to catch the sign-bandits.

He says he’s turned the photos over to police, and they have a couple license plate numbers from suspected cars.
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Underwear-Clad Man Torches Neighbor's Trump Sign
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Published 3 hours ago | Updated 2 hours ago

When Kevin Leighty went to get the paper Friday morning, he noticed something was off with the Donald Trump sign he and his wife had put in the front yard of their Platteville, Wisconsin, home. The frame holding it was there, but there was no sign. They reviewed surveillance video from cameras they have on their house, and found a girly boy, dressed only in underwear, taking a torch to their Trump sign.
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Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star destroyed
By Daniel Halper
October 26, 2016 | 10:12am | Updated



Donald Trump’s star took a beating Wednesday morning — literally.

The reality TV host’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star was destroyed by a vandal rendering the fixture completely unreadable, according to Deadline Hollywood.

The vandal was dressed in a city construction worker, taking his sledgehammer to the five-point brass star at approximately 5:45 am.

The man reportedly said he wanted to remove the souvenir so that it could be auctioned off, with the proceeds set to go toward helping the women who have come forward in recent weeks to accuse Trump of sexual assault.

The allegations all came out after a 2005 recording surfaced of Trump claiming that his “star” status allows him to grope and kiss women whenever he wants.

While this is the first time a star has been completely defaced, Trump’s has been vandalized at least twice since he announced his presidential run a year and a half ago.

Trump’s star is one of more than 2,500 that line Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles.
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Homeless woman guards Trump’s Walk of Fame star
By Yaron Steinbuch
October 28, 2016 | 11:59am | Updated



She’s the guardian of Donald Trump’s galaxy.

The GOP presidential nominee’s repaired Hollywood Walk of Fame star has a new, unlikely protector – a homeless woman who’s been keeping watch for the past 24 hours.

“Twenty million illegals and Americans sleep on the streets in tents,” one of the unidentified woman’s signs reads, MRC TV reported.

“Obama threw our black a– under the bus,” reads another sign, one of several with graphic language.

The terrazzo-and-brass star was allegedly destroyed Wednesday by activist James Otis, 52, an heir to the Otis Elevator fortune, Deadline Hollywood reported.

Otis told the entertainment site that he had planned on auctioning off the star in the Big Apple for the benefit of the women who have come forward to accuse the GOP nominee of sexual misconduct.

But when he was unable to remove the $30,000 star, which was dedicated in 2007, he used a pickax and sledgehammer to demolish it, officials said.

He was arrested Thursday and released on $20,000 bail. He is due in court on Nov. 18 and could face up to three years in the slammer for the political stunt.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has denied petitions to remove Trump’s star, which has been vandalized before.

“The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a registered historic landmark,” President Leron Gubler has said. “Once a star has been added to the Walk, it is considered a part of the historic fabric of the Hollywood Fame. Because of this, we have never removed a star from the Walk.”
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I’m a Trump supporter and NBC’s ‘goon squad’ beat me up
By Julia Marsh
November 2, 2016 | 2:26pm | Updated



A New Jersey Donald Trump supporter is suing NBC for $52 million, claiming security guards dragged him away from a holding pen where members of the “Today” show audience were gathered and then beat him up in the street.

Mark Gallagher, 23, of Oakridge, NJ, had made it into the background of ABC’s “Good Morning America” set the day before wearing a T-shirt that said “Bill Clinton is a Rapist.”

The social worker admits that he donned the shirt as part of a political stunt orchestrated by Infowars blogger Alex Jones — who offers people $1,000 if they appear on national TV with the slogan for over five seconds, and $5,000 if they shout out the phrase.

On Oct. 12, ABC guards escorted Gallagher out of the audience, but on Oct. 13, when he attempted the same stunt, an NBC “goon squad” of five guards grabbed his arm and neck and hit his head and knee before handing him over to NYPD counterterrorism officers, according to his suit.

Gallagher never even got a chance to show the T-shirt, his suit says.

“They had him pegged,” said Richard Luthmann, Gallagher’s attorney. Luthmann said Gallagher’s success at “GMA” was “big news” at Infowars.

“The security goons probably had a list of deplorables, for lack of a better term,” Luthmann said, referring to Hillary Clinton’s much-criticized term for Trump supporters.

Gallagher was arrested and charged with criminal trespass, according to court records. The charge will be dismissed if Gallagher stays out of trouble for six months, Luthmann said.

Luthmann said his client was going after the $5,000 prize, which would have required saying “Bill Clinton is a rapist” loud enough to be captured by the live TV broadcast.

“The kid’s got student loans,” Luthmann explained.

A rep for NBC did not immediately return a message seeking comment.
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Postal Worker Caught on Camera Stealing Trump Campaign Sign
By NBC10 Drew Smith

A Townsend, Delaware man fed up with his Trump campaign signs being stolen set up a camera and caught a US Postal worker taking his sign. Now, officials are looking into the incident. NBC10's Drew Smith has this exclusive report.

Published at 4:19 AM GMT on Nov 4, 2016 | Updated 3 hours ago
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Topless voters protest Trump at his polling station
By Daniel Prendergast
November 8, 2016 | 10:45am

Two topless Donald Trump-haters were busted at a Midtown polling center on Tuesday — for shouting their opposition to the GOP’s presidential nominee, authorities said.

Tiffany Robson, 28, from Seattle and Neda Topaloski, 30, of Montreal bared their breasts at PS 59 at 233 E. 56th St. a little before 9 a.m. while loudly voicing their disapproval of Trump, according to law enforcement officials.

“Get your balls out of our polls!” the women screamed, cops said.

Going topless in New York isn’t a crime – but electioneering within 100 feet of a polling station is, cops said.

They were hauled off to the 17th Precinct station house and were expected to be issued a summons before their release.
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‘Not my president’: Protests erupt after Trump victory
By David K. Li
November 9, 2016 | 6:30am | Updated

Protests broke out across California and Oregon early Wednesday in the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning presidential victory.

Angry gatherings were reported in Portland, Oregon, and on the campuses of UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, on the streets of Oakland and Berkeley.

“Not my president!” roared mongrel protesters at both UCLA, and along the ’60s-throwback street of Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley.

Students at the liberal mecca of UC Berkeley spent much of the late night and early morning hours at Sproul Plaza taking in the shocking results before taking to the streets.

“Then I heard the chanting, and I knew I was done coping,” junior Juan Alvarado told campus newspaper the Daily Californian.

A Trump piñata was set on fire in a dumpster on Westwood Boulevard, just off the UCLA campus.

“Of course I joined in [the protest],” 19-year-old protester N.J. Omorogieva told the LA Times, calling herself “heartbroken” over the results, “to give hugs to people who were overcome by devastation.”


Mystery meat xtudents chant as they demonstrate at San Francisco State University following Trump’s presidential win.
Photo: Reuters


UCLA law student Sarah Cho struggled to comprehend Trump’s win — even while telling herself in recent weeks that it was “always a possibility.”

“Cognitively, I knew Trump winning was always a possibility, but I never thought it would actually happen,” she told campus newspaper the Daily Bruin.

About 200 protesters commandeered Highway 24, a main expressway that connects ritzy East Bay suburbs to Oakland and San Francisco, at 12:10 a.m. local time, police said.

A 20-year-old woman was seriously injured when she was struck by an SUV on Highway 24, which was closed for an hour due to protests.

“All I could think of is this is somebody’s daughter — and the fact that it came from this action on the freeway,” a woman in that SUV told the San Francisco Chronicle. “I just want everybody to be OK. We need to stick together at a time like this.”

The driver of the Honda Element pulled over and cooperated with police, while protesters vandalized the SUV, KNTV reported.

Dumpsters were set on fire up and down Broadway in downtown Oakland, forcing the Bay Area Rapid Transit system to shut down train service at its 12th Street Station.

UCSB students clogged the streets of Isla Vista shouting, “F-ck Donald Trump” and “Not my president!,” campus newspaper The Daily Nexus reported.

In Portland, students from Portland State and other demonstrators marched through streets and blocked traffic on Interstate 5 and at least two light rail lines.

“That’s not my president!,” others screamed, according to KGW-TV.

There was even a protest deep in the heart of Orange County – the spiritual home of West Coast Republicans that includes John Wayne Airport and the Richard Nixon Library & Museum.

About 300 UC Irvine students spontaneously marched after Clinton conceded, many with their fists in the air and shouting obscenities about Trump.

The affluent Southern California suburb voted for Clinton over Trump, 49.8 percent to 44.9 percent – making her the first Democratic presidential nominee to carry The OC since 1936.

“I fear for the whole world,” 19-year-old freshman Israel Foss told the Orange County Register. “We wanted to have an expression of solidarity in support of our diversity.”

A bit further down the coast, about 500 UC San Diego students protested in the streets of picturesque LaJolla.

They briefly took over Interstate 5 and blocked traffic. One protester was hit by a car.

“I was in disbelief. Everybody felt the same way. How could this have happened? I guess people wanted to show solidarity,” student Thomas Gui, 20, told the San Diego Union-Tribune. “It was surprising how many people got together.”
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Trump victory is a win for the little guy over the elite
By Michael Goodwin
November 9, 2016 | 3:01am | Updated


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And so this is how the Obama era of Hope & Change really ends. With the world turned upside down, and with President Obama having to pass the baton to Donald Trump.

That is going to be one helluva inauguration.

Trump stands today as the greatest disrupter in modern politics, the winner of the biggest upset imaginable, but for most of the campaign, he was not even the best argument for his own candidacy. That distinction belonged to the millions upon millions of everyday Americans who found in him the bare-knuckled brawler they were desperately seeking.

Their choice started as a surprise, as Republican primary voters turned their backs on a parade of supposedly better-qualified candidates to make the TV celebrity with the funny hair their battering ram against an arrogant establishment.

Their movement grew and spread until, early Wednesday, as the key states swung red one after another on TV maps, the last walls of resistance came tumbling down. It was a hallelujah moment, the ultimate underdog leading the forgotten masses to triumph. All the more so because Trump’s voters often took great risks and were routinely insulted and demeaned for their passion.

But they wore those insults as badges of honor, proudly calling themselves the “deplorables” and the “irredeemables.”

They would not be deterred, and today they have taken back their country.

Trump’s remarkable victory is their victory. It is a victory for democracy, for the common men and women of America.

The factory workers, the veterans, the cops, the kitchen help, people who plow the fields, make the trains run, pick up the trash and keep the country together and keep it moving — they are all now winners. As one, these cogs of our daily life rose up in a peaceful revolution, their only weapons the ballot box and their faith in the future.

This, the greatest nation ever conceived on Earth, proved once again that America is exceptional because Americans are exceptional.

Trump voters had the courage of their conviction to go against all their betters, all the poobahs and petty potentates of politics, industry and, above all, the fraudulent hucksters of the national liberal media.

And who, at this extraordinary juncture, dares say that Trump is not worthy of victory and of the salute of his countrymen? He has done what nobody thought he could, overcoming the doubts and scoffs every incredible step of the way.

No candidate in modern times and perhaps ever has suffered such abuse at the hands of the dominant culture. Virtually every day, nearly all the front pages and broadcasters in the entire country vilified him in an attempt to destroy him.

The late-night comics made fun of him like so much trailer trash, Wall Street saw him as a threat, Hollywood looked down on him and even the pope added his two cents of disdain.

It was dirty pool, against any standard of fairness and decency, but that was not the would-be assassins’ biggest mistake. It was that failing to destroy Trump, the elite smart set unleashed its contempt on his supporters.

The effect was the opposite of what was intended. Instead of demoralizing the Trumpsters, the nonstop attacks hardened them and made them more determined to finish what they had started.

Now America, at last, has a countervailing cultural force. Not so much a conservative standing against a liberal establishment, but rather a fearless populist who likes to mix it up and insists on doing things his way.

Sure, he’s thin-skinned and can be a bully, and there were many times when he looked like he was throwing his chances away with foolish fights. But for the last month, he has been a model of restraint and stuck resolutely to the issues, showing that he wanted to win more than he wanted to pop off or chase rabbits down holes.

Of course, new and greater challenges await, and the task of governing such a large, complex nation will present a sharp learning curve. But the first step in governing is winning the people’s consent, and there is no denying that Trump represents the mood for change every bit as much as Obama did eight years ago.

I said some time ago that the pendulum sometimes swings farther than we think it will, and that’s what we’re witnessing. Obama begat Trump.

A month ago, it looked as if Obama would pick his successor and bury Trump in a humiliating landslide. Yet today, Trump is the president-elect and the Obama legacy is in shambles.

As for Hillary Clinton, she didn’t deserve to be president, despite wanting it more than life itself.

She had no rationale for running, was so ethically challenged and so patently dishonest that, to me, it would be a give-up if she became president.

She would have made history and ruined the country. That was too high a price for shattering the glass ceiling.


Beyond Clinton, Obama and George Soros, Hollywood and the media, the losers include political correctness, that disease of the spirit that saps confidence in one’s own values and success.

Most important, Trump pledged to make America strong again, and if he does, he will be a success.
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