Sean M GuayThe ‘Resistance Movement’ emulates the tactics of black bloc, and has aligned with the terrorist of AntiFA. It is a threat to American freedom.
Such a shame that so-called citizens of Harrisburg would display pride in being aggressively disruptive.
Carrie FowlerIf you think the resistance movement is a threat to American freedoms, then you don’t understand how this country was built.
Sean M GuayThis country was not built by aligning with terrorist.
Carrie FowlerWhat do you think the monarchy thought of our founding fathers? You need a history lesson.
Robert BrandtSeriously Carrie Fowler, did you just compare our founding fathers to ANTIFA?? LMFAO!! And I saw a pic you posted awhile back with you supporting ANTIFA so spin more spin doctor.
Sean M Guay:You all (the resistance) missed that while you were busy sympathizing with AntiFA, spreading hatred about America and our President.
Carrie Fowler: I will spread hatred about and for Trump till the day I take my last breath. He does not represent me or 58% of this country. He is a national embarrassment.
Amy Thomas: NJ DHS listed AntiFa as domestic terrorists. Aligning with them when your seeking a position in the public school system board…what message does that send to the children, their families and the tax payers? Fine, you don’t like Trump but to associate with domestic terrorists? Wow
Sean M Guay:AntiFA assaulted a police horse, harassed civilians and police in the street around 3rd and Forester, blocked traffic and sprayed a chemical mixture at police in Harrisburg on June 10.
Carrie Fowler, you are a current school board director elect, and as a ‘leader’ in this community, the citizens of Harrisburg must look to you for guidance.
Will you publicly condemn the violent activities of AntiFA and any person associated with them?
Amy Thomas Carrie Fowler, Do you condemn AntiFa? Simple question.
Carrie Fowler: I do support them (AntiFA) for their efforts to stand against hate. Am I a member? No. On that Saturday (June 10) in question Antifa were the only ones protecting the hate from walking down our streets and there was absolutely NO violence. Do I stand by everything they do ? No.
I am not tolerant of Trump and his hate. Not for one minute. I will expose him every chance I get. I will call him out every chance I get
Now have fun twisting my words to fit your agenda. I put action behind my words. I make mistakes just like everyone else, but when I do I admit them, learn from them and move on a better person.
Brittney Parker:Carrie Fowler I think it’s pretty interesting you say you will never tolerate hate, and then a few posts above this one you say you will spread hate for Trump till you take your last breath.
Of course, we all know you’re ok with facism and hatred as long as it’s someone or something you disagree with, am I right?
I don’t even like Trump, haha, I didn’t vote for him and left the GOP over it. But trying to claim the moral high ground on tolerance, diversity, and love while bragging about spreading hatred is pretty far out.
Apparently, Carrie Fowler was busy sympathizing with Antifa members, and while she was caught up in passionately spreading hatred of America and our President, she conveniently missed all the relevant national news about the violence and hatred that was caused by Antifa in Harrisburg on June 10, 2017. Recently, Fowler has become the Democratic mascot, making appearances on behalf of the party at every protest cause in the Pennsylvania State Capital.
Direct Link to the posting that was deleted (we have all screen shots) as soon as the connection to Siennick and AntiFA was established:
Tourism and Patriotism are two things that are alive and well in the historic Civil War battlefield town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Thanks to the hard-working, law-abiding citizens of our fine country, with a special thanks to the Veterans and everybody who supports their efforts. Because of these great people, America remains a free, clean, and secure first-class nation. Evidence of this fact was fully on display during the 154th anniversary celebration and reenactment at the Battle of Gettysburg.
The Patriots Band Together at the Battle of Gettysburg to Defend America Against AntiFA
On July 1, 2017, as the American Patriots mounted a strong show of force with 1000’s of people who traveled in from out of town, it was clear that the ranks of AntiFA were dwindling, and their inability to have a presence at this event was a humiliation to their organization, symbolizing a major blow to their credibility as a supposedly relevant influential factor in America.
AntiFA Identifies Its Most Wanted American Patriots
After being forced to resign from demonstrating hatred and violence in Gettysburg, a post event propaganda was published on ITS GOING DOWN, where AntiFA resorts to further threats of violence:
Initially being credited for issuing the #AntiFAban, thus leveraging AntiFA to avoid rioting in Gettysburg, the author and publisher of the original report have now been identified and targeted for future violence by the terrorist organization.
It has been confirmed that many AntiFA scoutes did show up in Gettysburg to scope the scene, to observe opposition leaders, and to identify primary targets of AntiFA:
As it is being reported in Europe, and according to the mainstream American media narrative, AnitFA didn’t apply for permits to be in Gettysburg (they did and were denied), and ‘Trolling Trumpsters’ is an alt-right controlled fb page that initiated the rumors (its actually controlled by AntiFA affiliates, as is the Harrisburg AntiFA fb page).
Reports surfaced that a Confederate supporter, whose identity has not been disclosed, brought a revolver to Gettysburg National Park and accidentally shot himself in the leg. The incident took place around 1 pm.
Officials in Gettysburg are bracing for protests this weekend coinciding with the 154th anniversary of the Civil War battle.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans and a group called Real 3% Risen have received special use permits for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday in a special section north of Meade’s Headquarters.
“We make accommodations for people who want to exercise their First Amendment rights,” said Katie Lawhon, a spokeswoman for Gettysburg National Military Park.
Officials also are aware of plans for other rallies that have been announced on social media but have not obtained permits, and there are unconfirmed reports that anarchists plan to burn Confederate flags during the anniversary of the battle.
Lawhon said the park is working with the U.S. Park Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, and local law enforcement to keep order during the weekend.
“Our goal is to ensure that public safety and visitor safety is number one and that park resources are preserved,” she said.
Besides the two permitted protests, Civil War reenactors from the Maryland Sons of Confederate Veterans also received a permit for a “site specific” march starting at 10 a.m. from the North Carolina Memorial to the Veterans Memorial, where they will hold a ceremony, Lawhon said. Another popular private reenactment festival is also scheduled about two miles from the park, she said.
The anniversary of the battle, which raged from July 1 to July 3, 1863, comes at a time when there is a growing movement to remove Confederate symbols from public spaces.
“There just seems to be a focus on that issue, when there has not been in the past,” Lawhon said.
There are no plans to change any of the 1,300 monuments on the park grounds, she said.
In St. Louis, a controversial Confederate monument in a city park is set to be removed and placed in storage until it a permanent location can be found in a Civil War museum, battlefield, or cemetery.
In New Orleans, four confederate statues — of Gens. Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard, of President Jefferson Davis, and one dedicated to those who opposed Reconstruction — were removed from public viewing.
In Orlando, a statue depicting “Johnny Reb” will be relocated from Lake Eola Park to a section of a local cemetery dedicated to Confederate veterans.
“ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st, asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”.
By: Amy Lynne Thomas – The Sunbury American and Northumberland County Journal
Over the past few weeks, several US cities have been a hotbed of controversy over the removal of several Confederate monuments. After decades standing sentinel over New Orleans, the last of four Confederate monuments have been removed after being labeled as “Monuments of Racism and Hate”. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said of the removal of his city’s monuments: “To literally put the Confederacy on a pedestal in our more prominent places—in honor—is an inaccurate recitation of our full past, is an affront to our present and it is a bad prescription for our future”. The next state to follow in the footsteps in the movement is Arizona, where leaders call for the swift removal of six Confederate monuments around the state.
Most recently, “Antifa” protesters in Texas have demanded the removal of a 100-year-old statue and “any other landmark that bears the name of Sam Houston”. Houston, one of the founders of Texas, was a staunch Unionist and denounced the creation of the Confederacy. But Houston owned slaves, so he’s been added to the purge list, which now includes: Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Woodrow Wilson, among many others.
Susan Platt, a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, called for the Commonwealth to take down Confederate monuments and rename Confederate-themed highways and public buildings. In her political announcement, she states “I don’t believe it is right to celebrate an act of treason against the United States of America, a war that was waged for the purpose of maintaining slavery”.
In an online video, Right Wing News stated that the “City of Baltimore wants to follow in New Orleans footsteps and remove several Confederate monuments”; including monuments to General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson and ones to soldiers, sailors, and women.
Many have asked, “How long til this moves North?” To answer that question, the statue of a former mayor, Orville Hubbard, was removed from the front of the old City Hall building in Dearborn, Michigan and spent 17 months in storage before being placed on the lawn of the Dearborn Historical Museum. Beyond his name and dates of service, the statue’s new site will not provide any information about Hubbard and his views that made Dearborn “a symbol of the deep-seated racism of the North,” the New York Times said in 1969.
A local group of self-proclaimed anti-fascism activists called “ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st in protest of President Trump and asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”. The reasoning behind why this group picked the date and location for their rally is for the importance Gettysburg played in the American Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg started on July 1, 1863, when Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia met General George Meade’s Union Army of the Potomac. During the three-day battle, about 165,000 soldiers clashed in and around the small town of Gettysburg. When the Battle of Gettysburg was over on July 3, 1863, 51,000 soldiers were casualties (killed, wounded, captured or missing) in what remains the largest battle ever fought in North America. There are approximately 1,328 monuments, markers and memorials that stand in both the cemetery and battlefield to commemorate the Union and Confederate troops who fought there.
In removing any monument or marker of history, to what purpose does that serve? History in every corner of the world while oftentimes ugly and heinous, still serves a purpose. It is a remembrance to learning from our past and not condemning ourselves to repeat it. To some, it is a heritage that we tell future generations of who they are, where they come from and our American history is not a stumbling block but a stepping stone to a better future.
Harrisburg, PA – Lewis Butts sets the stage for his Post-Election Campaign, and Jenkins remains hopeful for the Republican write-in nomination for the General Election.
The Northeast United States is a hotbed of political activity, and happening now, at the epicenter crossroads of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a tranquilly serenewar on the Liberal Media has begun. In the aftermath of a local election, Lewis L. Butts JR threw the first gentle nudges in the direction of Pennlive (Harrisburg’s local #FakeNews outlet).
Pennlive has not even hinted of the very real possibility of a Jenkins republican write-in nomination.
Pennlive claims to be the official ‘newspaper of record’ for the City of Harrisburg, however they are actually located on the west shore, 10 miles outside of the city limits. Many citizens of Harrisburg disregard the reporting of Pennlive, due to its heavily biased coverage.
Peaceful Reflections – Lewis Butts tranquilly goes in on Pennlive, and builds up anticipation for his upcoming Camp Curtin project with the Civil War Museum:
Update: Lewis Butts will make an announcement at the Civil War Museum on Monday, May 22, @ 10am.
Harrisburg100 will be documenting the progress on the battle front of Butts’ Camp Curtin Project, as well as the battle taking place against the corporately controlled liberal media.
Remember, everything is controlled by corporate interests:
This local controversy surrounding the biased media, reflects a much larger divide among the opposing prevailing opinions throughout the United States of America.
The recent battle of the ‘National Liberal Media vs. America’ has been inspired by some of the most biased journalism that America has ever witnessed. Due to their constant barrage of our President, and all things republican, The United States of America has been continuously portrayed in the most unfavorable image, and now looks foolish and vulnerable in the eyes of the International community.
Time magazine is playing the United States as a fool, for the world to see:
The Dollar has begun to Drop:
Comic Relief? Or the actual International view of the Dollar:
Local radio host Ken Matthews exposes the truth about the murdered DNC staffer, Wikileaks, and Russia:
At the other end of the spectrum, unexpectedly, now it is President Trump, who has appeared on the radar as being a threat to the expression of certain types free press:
Nobody reads Raging Chicken Press. Go back to your beloved Philadelphia where all the stories are bigger and the problems are so much worse, as you constantly remind Harrisburg citizens in your condescending commentary.
Call it writer’s block. Or call it a long term slump. Perhaps your ship has sailed and your glory days have past. With your credibility dwindling, Mr. Kitchen you appear to be licking your chops at any hint of a potential untold controversial back story. To the point that you have resorted to createing the story when there is no evidence of such.
All writers go through slumps, and it’s too bad that yours has gone on for so long. As speculation would have it, perhaps The Raging Chicken lost its edge after being blamed by Papenfuse for ‘propagating rumor.’ Maybe it is time for a new platform and nickname, bud.
“Otto Banks and Beau Brown “the republican turned democrat” are involved with the local charter school community” – Sean Indignado Kitchen
Although the name chicken suits you quite well, the fury of your rage is no greater than that of a west shore teenage slumber party pillow fight. On behalf of Harrisburg100, I would like to offer you a role as a guest writer. You no longer will be called the Raging Chicken; from here on your new personality in Harrisburg will be Mother Clucker. This is a hostile takeover. Get down or lay down.
One stipulation of the deal is that you cannot continue to constantly compare Harrisburg to your beloved Philadelphia in every single lame rebuttal that you regurgitate. We are the fuxking State Capital and we will run our own show. Tell them out-of-town lawyers to hit the road.
And another thing: those Rowland Elementary bathrooms are horribly wrong, but what you fail to understand is that the root of the problem is not just about cleaning up the bathrooms. It is about a district with a 38% graduation rate. Those images symbolize the overall educational epidemic that these children are facing. Imagine the future of these Harrisburg citizens.
Offering his commentary on the recently released pictures form Rowland Elementary, Sean Kitchen makes a point about charter schools, but also takes shots at local political activists like Beau Brown and Otto V. Banks.
Do alternative education options, like charter schools, really work? This state has the worst charter school regulations in the country. Philadelphia has become a national joke because of the rampant fraud in the charter community. Dont see how alt-ed will fix this.” – S. Kitchen
“And as someone who is from Philadelphia, charter schools are not the answer. They’re breeding grounds for corruption and self-enrichment.” – S. Kitchen
“I really like to question the motives of this article before I make a serious judgement. The drop ceiling looks to be an issue. The bathroom photos dont look horribly wrong besides the graffitti. Otto Banks and Beau Brown “the republican turned democrat” are either involved with the local charter school community or have a local business of their own and their outrage may possibly have other motives behind them.” – S. Kitchen