Trannies in boston looking for a date
“That is an outright lie that this mayor is propagating,” she said of Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín. If anybody is coming with the intent of violence, do not come to my rally.” Still, Cummings once appeared in a photograph at a rally next to Norther California activist and white supremacist Nathan Damigo, founder of Identity Evropa and a player in recent violent clashes in Berkeley and the more recent incident in Charlottesville.
While playing down any suggestion that Sunday’s rally might create the same sort of violence that marred the recent demonstration in Virginia, where one woman and two police officers died, Cummings insisted her event would be “a diverse rally” that would include several transgender women as well as “people of all colors.” “It’s not a right-wing rally,” she told the news outlet.
* All pages lost, missing, or links I can't connect to have the Star.
These will be moved to the "Broken Links Section" eventually.
Hes charming at first,it’s like your in a dream cause he makes everything so amazing.
Also he likes his Asian Trannys at times too so does this mean he’s bi?
This event is not a event of hate speech it is a event about concerns of Marxism in America.” The city’s spokeswoman, Karina Ioffee, told this newspaper that Berkeley officials were assuming for now that the event will take place and that “anyone who engages in or threatens violence will be swiftly dealt with.” Readers on all sides of the political landscape responded quickly on Friday to news about the rally.
Cummings’ application, according to Grogan’s letter, and organizers were expecting an estimated 300 attendees in the park from 7 a.m. Cummings could not be immediately reached for comment Friday morning, but Berkeley has a history of unpermitted demonstrations, including an “alt-right” and pro-Trump “free speech” rally in Civic Center Park on April 15.
Cummings’ Facebook page contains only two photos and no references to the rally or her group.
“Anybody that supports the constitution, supports our country and loves our people is welcome.” Cummings told reporters that her event is about free speech and that she finds it offensive that she can’t walk around the ultra-liberal city and UC Berkeley campus with an American flag without getting harassed.
The question now remains whether Cummings’s planned rally will take place and, if so, how the city might respond.
However, according to the “No to Marxism in America” Facebook page, which is also hosted by Cummings, some 324 people indicated as of Friday morning that they would show up while another 880 said they were ”interested” in the event.