Terrence K Williams – follow this guy on twitter!

I saw this yesterday, and I was laughing, but he does have a valid point! Suicide with the Clinton’s is no coincidence, and Terrence drives the point home!  Many have taken to call Hillary Killary!

 

The President liked it so much he retweeted it!

 

Is this Clinton’s go-to action to shut people up?  Twitter is #clintonbodycount  it’s becoming evident that anyone that gets close to Clinton’s commit suicide are they that boring and depressing?  Nah, they are paranoid people, it wouldn’t surprise me if they wiretap their friends. If they can do it to a sitting, duly elected President, when are you next on their list?

 

Be afraid, be very afraid!

But it’s not okay to say, Make America Great Again?

You are not above the law Killary!

I did not go to the island 26 times!

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Help is needed in Baltimore, these are our citizens living in horrid conditions. America First!!

I’ve heard nothing but bad about Baltimore, and it used to be one of the greatest cities in America.

 

There is a video attached to the Fox report it looks like LA, needles, trash, rats, roaches.  Do something for these people now!  These kind folks don’t want to hear the same old song and dance. If Rep Cummings received money for West Baltimore, then do something, now!

Don’t throw stones at the White house without them being thrown back!

Rep. Elijah Cummings, Don’t forget about your people! Clean it up. The people deserve it!

 

Data from the 2017 U.S. Census shows Cummings’ district is nearly 53% percent black and nearly 36% white. Seven percent of the district is Asian, nearly 4% is Hispanic and less than 1% percent of the area is Native American and Pacific Islander. The median age in the majority-female district is 38.9, and residents 18 years and over make up nearly 79% of the population, data shows.

Cummings’ congressional district received just under $15.7 billion in grants, benefits and other assistance from the federal government in Fiscal Year 2018, according to Newsweek’s analysis of the federal awards data compiled by USAspending.gov. By comparison, districts like Indiana’s 7th (at $16.5 billion), New Jersey’s 12th (at $17.2 billion) and Pennsylvania’s 4th (at $27.4 billion) all received more money in the same period, according to Newsweek’s website.

Terrence K. Williams- Funny but true

 

It doesn’t matter what color of the skin rainbow you are, you can choose anyone you like.