George Clooney and Muslim Wife Wake Up To Nasty Surprise After Saying Conservatives Are a ‘Dark Cloud’ Over America

George Clooney took another opportunity to slam America during an interview about his latest film. Clooney called out Conservatives by calling them a “dark cloud over America.” The only dark clouds I see are ANTIFA and the Hollywood elites who promote hatred and violence across our great country.

For years, Clooney has proven how clueless he is about pretty much anything, and we have had to sit back and listen to his twisted world views. The famous actor has been working on a new movie called “Suburbicon.” The movie is basically about racism and how bad white people are which is right up Clooney’s alley.

George Clooney is a longtime Liberal and only agrees with America if it is being run by a Democrat. Unfortunately, Democrats are the reason our country is facing the very real problems plaguing us. Forget that Obama made the most powerful nation on earth look weak on an international scale. Forget that our allies don’t trust us like they used to. Mr. Clooney only cares about Liberals running the show.

Here’s what he had to say about the U.S., the country he moved back to after leaving Italy due to security issues…

According to Page Six:

George Clooney’s “Suburbicon” has a timely subplot — based both on present times and a 1957 incident — about racism in white America. That subplot, however, resounded deeply during the Venice Film Festival press conference for the film, which stars Matt Damon and Julianne Moore.

“I was watching a lot of speeches on the campaign trail about building fences and scapegoating minorities and I started looking around at other times in our history when we’ve unfortunately fallen back into these things,” said Clooney, talking about how the pic germinated.

While casting around for story ideas, Clooney found a 1957 incident that happened in Levittown, Pa., in which an African-American family moved into a suburban development; however, many white residents in the area reacted with violence. Then, while looking to try to make a film out of the Levittown story, he remembered that the Coen brothers had written a script called “Suburbicon,” so those two elements were meshed together.

Of course, at that stage, the Charlottesville, Va., race riots had yet to happen.

Clooney pointed out that the film’s very dark tone reflects the anger he sees in the U.S. today.

“If you go to our country…depending on what side of the aisle you sit on, it’s probably the angriest I’ve ever seen it,” he noted. “There’s a dark cloud hanging over our country right now.” But he added: “I’m an optimist…I believe that we will get through all these things…but people are angry; a lot of us are angry.”

The “Suburbicon” director also underlined that the film “isn’t a movie about Donald Trump. … This is a movie about our coming to terms constantly with the idea that we have never fully addressed our issues with race.”

Moore, who plays a double role in the pic, made a clear-cut a statement on the issues being raised by Charlottesville.

“We are living in the United States where people are arguing about removing Confederate monuments: They must be removed,” she said. “You simply cannot have these figures from the Civil War in town squares and in universities for our children to see. As a parent and as a citizen I need to be active in the eradication of those, in the re-education of everyone. We have to take responsibility for it.”

Clooney joined her on a similar note: “This is something that is really festering right now in the United States: Talking about the Confederate flag, and the Jefferson Davis monument,” he noted.

“Now, if you want to wear it [a confederate flag] on your T-shirt or if you want to hang it on your front lawn…have at it. But to hang it on a public building where possibly African American tax payers are paying for it — and it’s a symbol of hate — that cannot stand.”

There were plenty of reactions to Clooney’s statements and Twitter erupted with some brilliant comebacks.

The only dark cloud hanging over the country is Liberals and ANTIFA. They both have pushed the country to the brink of Civil War with their outrageous vision of our country. Perhaps, Clooney, you have forgotten that you left a country to come back to the safety of the country you are bashing. No one wants to hear anything out of George Clooney anymore. Just stick to directing and acting in your terrible movies that no one wants to see.

H/T Page SixYoung Cons ,

Mattis To America: Obama Lied To You – But Now I’m Going To Tell You The Truth…

Obama may no longer be in the White House, but his policies are still hurting America.

It seems we can’t go a week without some new revelation about the hidden policies and agendas he put in place before prancing out the front door.

One of the many things the president unrightfully did while in office was take credit for things he had little or nothing to do with.

The most egregious of these is probably the troop drawdown from Iraq and Afghanistan, which was already planned under Bush, but taken advantage of by Obama.

 While he received plaudits for “bringing the troops home,” the failure-in-chief also sent an awful lot of those boys back into the Middle Eastern sandbox a few years later.

But since he isn’t the type to invite scrutiny, he did so quietly and with some simple number fudging, a main feature of his presidency.

Now, ahead of Trump’s decision to escalate the US war in Afghanistan, it has been revealed just how much the president under-reported troop levels in the region.

As reported at the Daily Caller, the Pentagon revealed Wednesday, at the direction of Secretary of Defense James Mattis, there are approximately 11,000 US service members in Afghanistan.

Prior to this announcement, the Pentagon would only ever admit to there being 8,400 troops there under force management based on orders from the Obama administration.

Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana W. White and Joint Staff Director Lt. Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. emphasized the Obama-era policy affected combat readiness in Afghanistan and did not tell the whole truth as to the number of US forces in Afghanistan to the American people.

I’m sure you’ll see CNN and their ilk criticizing the former president for lying about the numbers. Oh wait, no you won’t.

This way of doing business is over,” White flatly declared, adding, “We owe the American people as much transparency as possible.”

The simple trick that allowed the Obama administration to arrive at the magic 8,400 number was to not disclose troops deployed on “temporary status,” despite them being there to support both US and NATO missions.


Thanks to Obama’s pathetic face-saving cover-up, incomplete units were often deployed to keep numbers under 8,400, but that will no longer be the case, since honest accounting will now be done.

Mattis’ decision is a major repudiation of the dishonest Obama era policy, which did nothing but diminish our military’s combat readiness.

Complete units will now be on alert and prepared for deployment should their numbers be called, without fear of being split apart for political purposes.

This is yet another example of President Zero’s indifference to our military’s needs and the fact that everything he did and continues to do is all about making himself look good.

The man’s truly a disgrace.

Source: Daily Caller ,

Libs Freaking Out After Lawmaker Announces 1 Single Plan That Will Rid America Of Islam FOREVER

The controversy of historical statues and true history is one that has reached a level of extreme sides all vying for the top podium while violence is ramping up to a crescendo so loudly that the country almost shakes from it. Yet, many forget there is an enemy scarier than some mortar and cement statues.

Islam is a cancer to western societies, and many have taken to social media to express that if statues are going to be removed because of slavery 150 years ago then mosques should be removed as well due to their past and PRESENT involvement with slavery. The beautiful thing about the outcry is when Representatives say the very same thing as Rep. John Bennett recently did.

According to Conservative Daily Post :

It seems every time you turn on the news there is yet another instance of a group of angry citizens tearing down a monument or statue. For the most part, many of these items are a nod to a particular part of American history, the Civil War. This was a dark time in US history and something we never want to repeat. The shocking part of all of this is the fact that many want to just remove this part of our history from the books instead of addressing it. Out of frustration, one Oklahoma lawmaker made a bold statement about this rewriting of history on social media. Rep. John Bennett posted on his Facebook page a post that compared the removal of Confederate statues after the civil war to demand to remove all mosques after 9/11. Bennett’s Facebook posting, which he refused to remove or apologize for, read:

“If we’re removing confederate monuments after the civil war, I think we should also be removing mosques after 9/11.”

The simply worded post drew almost immediate outrage from many of the more liberal lawmakers and citizens around Bennett.

Although he refused to remove the post, it has since been removed. This more than likely is tied to a feature on the popular social media platform that allows users to complain about the content people post on their private accounts. Bennett made it no secret he posted this on his own, and he stood by what he said. He also refused to make any apologies for his posting.

In a statement released to the public, Bennett explained the post:

“Yes, I posted it, Yes I meant it. No I’m not taking it down. Everyone is so politically correct they focus on this instead of the real issues. These civil war monuments should stand and be a constant reminder to never go back to that. Those were dark days for America. The Civil War Monuments are something we should learn from. It’s absurd to try to take Civil War statues down. We need to toughen up as Americans and do what’s right for all Americans. People are causing a divide, and to take down historical monuments is way out of the ballpark ridiculousness.”

Making a public statement about preserving American history has drawn lots of anger and hateful backlash to the lawmaker. The assumption being that anyone who supports maintaining this part of our history is racist and promotes the values behind slavery.

As Bennett explained, this is not the case. He instead points to the fact that the only way to learn from these events is to talk about them, explore the mistakes and avoid them in the future. Denying the Civil War took place leads our history to a dangerous place that could end in the scene is repeated.

The current climate that supports the use of violence from liberal groups to some how clean up American history is causing a divide in this country. The United Nations has issued reports pointing to this activity pushing the United States closer to a repeat of the Civil War. This is the time to learn from the mistakes of the Civil War and avoid repeating this dark part of history. It is not the time to hide behind statues being removed and denying it ever happened.

While some were quick to dismiss Bennett as being racist and lost in some anti-Islamic rage, this is not the case. Bennett has long argued for a real discussion about ties between Islam and terrorism. He also has seen first hand the threats logged after 9/11 as he served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Bennett’s statements were not made out of hate but instead a realistic look at the impact of being too politically correct on tough issues. According to a report about his history tied to speaking out against Islamic terror groups:

“For us to sit back and listen to their lies and deflection and let them continue on their claims that this is all racist and I’m an ‘Islamaphobe,’ it’s just absolutely ridiculous.” Bennett, a U.S. Marine Corps reservist who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, lashed back with a claim that CAIR is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood in America. “We must shine a bright light on the role of the Muslim Brotherhood and its varied tentacles in the U.S.,” Bennett said. “These tentacles include un-indicted co-conspirators of the U.S. vs. Holyland Foundation trial like the Council on American-Islamic Relations here in Oklahoma. Our borders are wide open to drug and human traffickers. Terrorism could come to Oklahoma just as easily.”

Good job sir and thank you! The silent majority feels this exact same way and are slowly becoming more and more vocal about it. Truth needs to be exposed, and the racial divide among Americans needs to stop. We are not the enemy, and neither are our historical figures.

Should Trump Ban Sharia Law In America?

Every day Muslim culture and Sharia Law becomes a stronger presence in America.

Somali refugees are eating up welfare benefits—but some states are fighting back.

“Moderate” Muslims are being outed by the day supporting radical Muslim laws and customs.

And Muslim “police forces” are trying to hijack American towns.

But Americans are fighting back.

And maybe our President, Donald Trump, needs to make a clear statement to Muslims about Sharia Law—once and for all.


Should Trump Ban Sharia Law In America?

Should Trump Ban Sharia Law In America?

Larry the Cable Guy Just Destroyed Every Trump-Hating Liberal in America

Kirsters Baish| President Trump has made some amazing accomplishments in the short time that he’s been in office, and while many of us have noticed, the Left has made the conscious choice to continue to bash him. Critics have been finding any reason to tear him completely apart, from blaming White Supremacist groups’ actions on him to criticizing his actions against allowing transgenders in our military. While, Trump supporters have been doing everything they can to show their support and gratitude for our extremely capable leader, a select few celebrities have been standing up for him. This article is about one of those diehard American celebrities that are so rare.

 Daniel Lawrence Whitney (aka: Larry the Cable Guy) was asked how he feels about our current president, and he answered as honestly as he possibly could. He didn’t just give an opinion in support of President Trump, he gave reasons as to why he truly believes 100% that President Trump is going to succeed with flying colors as President of the United States. Watch the video below!

Whitney explained that President Trump has put aside his own ego to get the job done to the best of his ability, sometimes appointing people he doesn’t agree with to positions because they’re the best for the job. He also pointed out right from the beginning of his answer that President Trump is one of few people in politics who hasn’t bought his way to the top. Anyone who knows about President Trump also knows that he decided to waive his salary as president, simply doing it because he knew it was what was right.

Although we are all aware that President Trump is a man who loves to be named the winner of whatever he does, he gets there fairly. He earned the support of all of his followers, he didn’t buy it. Whitney went on to explain that President Trump has such a large ego that he will not leave his presidency without being the best president that he possibly could be. He went on to say that Trump had everything to lose, but he decided to run for president anyway, because he felt he had something to give back to the country that provided him with so much. This is truly a beautiful thing, and we should be proud of our POTUS.

Whitney finished up by posing his own question. He questioned why someone would give up playing golf whenever they wanted to and spending time with their beloved family along with being liked by all just to get death threats in return. This proves that President Trump truly does care about America. He wouldn’t have worked so hard to become president if he didn’t.

It’s great to see someone in the limelight standing up for the man who is standing up for us. Thank you, Larry the Cable Guy, for doing what most television stars wouldn’t. We are truly grateful to have Trump, and I couldn’t have spoken truer words than Whitney did.