What is the Tunnel Wall?

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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

The woman who was arrested last month for trying to scale the Statue of Liberty as a protest of U.S. immigration policy, went on a bizarre rant outside a New York court this weekend.

Of course she did! Are there any Democrats who are sickened by all this?


Legal Insurrection  . . . "The liberal media, which doesn’t want to talk about Okoumou’s horrid rant, chose instead to focus on how she ‘trolled Melania Trump’ through her clothing choice. There are literally dozens of articles which made this the focus of the story. Here’s one from the Huffington Post:

Melania Trump Gets Trolled By Statue Of Liberty Protester For ‘I Don’t Care’ Jacket
A Statue of Liberty protester who demonstrated against the Trump administration’s harsh immigration policies mocked Melania Trump’s controversial “I don’t care” jacket at her New York court appearance Friday.
In June, the first lady wore a jacket that read “I really don’t care, do u?” as she headed to an immigrant children’s detention center in Texas.
Patricia Okoumou, who climbed the foundation of Lady Liberty on July 4 to protest the forced separation of immigrant parents from their children, wore a dress for her appearance in Manhattan Federal Court that read, front and back, “I really care, why won’t u? Be Best.”
“Be Best” refers to Melania Trump’s program to promote children’s well-being and battle cyberbullying, which she launched in May. The first lady’s top policy aide who helped initiate the program, Reagan Hedlund, quit last week to work on foreign policy issues, though it’s not clear where, Politico reported.

"See? This story isn’t about what Okoumou said. It’s about Melania Trump getting owned.

"What media bias?"

 Black Lives Matter protesters crash police officer's wedding: 'You're a murderer!'
. . . "Black Lives Matter protesters on Saturday crashed the wedding venue of one of the two police officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark in Sacramento earlier this year.
"A small group of protesters tracked down the officer’s wedding at a vineyard about an hour outside of Sacramento and showed up just hours before he was set to say, “I do,” a local CBS affiliate reported." . . .

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