Trump Trolls Hillary [PLUS: Bibles in VA Hospitals and Social Media Spies]

Trump’s Website Trolls Hillary

One of the things that makes Trump so likable is his sense of humor. His quick wit is often demonstrated at rallies – and now, it is clearly being embraced by whoever is managing his re-election website.

At first, it started with the Trump 2020 plastic straws (making fun of Liberals and their obsession with making them illegal). Now, we’ve found a new hilarious splash of personality on his campaign website’s 404 error page:

Hillary still hasn’t given up trying to spread the lie that the election was stolen from her. From writing a book with that claim to recent tweets, she has repeatedly shown herself to be a sore loser (very Liberal of her, wouldn’t you say?).

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The website’s little jab at seeing something that doesn’t exist is a great way to find humor in the situation. And let’s be honest, with all the stress in politics, lately, it’s nice to see a little bit of levity, too.

We aren’t sure Hillary would agree, but that’s okay.


VA Hospitals Won’t Lose Bibles

Last May, US Air Force veteran James Chamberlain filed a federal lawsuit against Concord, NH’s VA director, Alfred Montoya. Chamberlain was upset that the Bible was included on a “missing man” table at the center.

A missing man table is traditionally set up in military dining facilities to honor fallen service members. It consists of a place setting for one person, a white tablecloth, lit candles, and usually, at least one Bible as a show of faith.

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Chamberlain, who claims to be a devout Christian, feels the table shouldn’t include a bible because the First Amendment states that the government can’t show favoritism to one religion. The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is backing Chamberlain in his claims.

Pence made his opinion on this topic very clear during a speech at the American Legion National Convention last week. “We will always respect the freedom of religion of every veteran of every faith. My message to the New Hampshire VA hospital is this: The Bible Stays.”

While the Bible was originally removed after Chamberlain first filed the suit, the medical center put it back after receiving a massive number of complaints.

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US Using Fake Accounts to Monitor Immigrants

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that officers can now make fake social media accounts in order to track immigrant activity online. Leaders also indicated that reviewing social media accounts won’t be considered a privacy violation or overly invasive, even if no specific permission is granted by the person being monitored. However, they will only “access social media content that is publicly available to all users of the social media platform” and “won’t friend or follow” users.

While many are uncomfortable with the thought of the government monitoring social media, this could be a great way to verify information. It may even help organizations such as ICE discover whether people want to be in America for the wrong reasons.

USCIS could have some trouble if Twitter or Facebook chooses to take action on the fake profiles at any point. Both platforms forbid the use of fake accounts in their terms of service.

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