Several dozen Donald Trump supporters rallied in front of the Women’s Building on 18th Street Saturday night — causing a tense and bizarre scene to unfold in the heart of one of San Francisco’s most progressive neighborhoods.
“I want everyone to know that we are going to come out as a fierce, ferocious force in 2020 and re-elect Donald Trump!” screamed Scott Presler, an organizer with #WalkAway, a group aimed at steering the LGBTQ community toward Trumpism and the Republican Party.
At some point, a woman with a shaved head started screaming like a mad banshee at the crowd. The woman seemed genuinely terrified at the sight of all the MAGA hats in that neighborhood. This could possibly be the result of living in a bubble where a different opinion is shut out.
With the number of coronavirus cases growing, more Asians and Asian Americans are reporting instances of hate and discrimination, including one woman who was reportedly called a “diseased b*tch” at a subway station in New York City.
An NYC cosplayer, known on Facebook as Wei Song, caught the incident on camera. She wrote that a woman was sitting on a stairwell while donning a face mask in Chinatown at Manhattan’s Grand Street station when a male passerby approached her and called her a “diseased b*tch.”
When the woman told him to go away, the man proceeded to hit her on the head before fleeing.
He's saying he won money on a scratchcard and they refused to pay him because he's white, then says he's won £500 but shops only cashout winnings of like £10, £20 or £100. He then says they've stabbed him and calls them a Pakis.
Leaked video from Wuhan shows Chineses authorities locking civilians into their apartments using steel bars, which are bolted onto their doors. The occupants are reportedly infected with the Coronavirus but it is unclear how the occupants will be able to get treatment or supplies to survive.
Video footage of the brawl at the Ramada Hotel in Wolverhampton last October went viral.
Three people were taken to hospital with injuries and police were called but no arrests made.
Family members of the bride and groom have now threatened to sue the hotel for an alleged breach of privacy, claiming staff filmed the fight and uploaded the footage on to social media, and say there was a lack of safeguarding at the function attended by 500 guests.
The hotel strongly refutes the claims.
The family has formed The Ramada Injured Party Action Group, demanding an apology from the hotel for its alleged failings on October 12.
The group claims to have received a bill for £85,000 to cover damages but the hotel described the figure as “ridiculous”, adding it was nowhere near that amount.
This man-child went up to the professor and stated he will be the professor now and the professor asked who he was and he said that he was the professor. The professor is super chill so he looked at him and then went back to his phone and then proceeded to leave shortly after.
When he left the classroom he was in the hallway throwing chairs apparently asking looking for nuclear launch codes until the campus police came and calmed him down.
He also took another student's glasses and started teasing him with them saying he wasn’t getting them back.
Post Malone arrived in Miami Friday ahead of this weekend's Super Bowl, where he wasted no time getting in on the festivities, handing out little chunks of cash money to revelers and club-goers.
After performing at the Bootsy On The Water Miami Takeover at Virginia Key Beach Park, it seems he headed to E11even Miami nightclub, arriving in the small hours of Saturday morning with the curious and hefty gift of $50K worth of singles in hand.
This vegan woman who sued her neighbors for cooking meat in their backyard probably didn't expect such a backlash.
Cilla Carden, who resides in Perth, Western Australia, tried to sue her neighbors because she couldn't stand the smell of grilling meat, according to Insider. As a response, more than 3,000 online supporters got busy planning a massive BBQ outside of her house, just to further annoy her — but according to the New York Post, it was ultimately not meant to be.
Carden said that the smell of her neighbors and their BBQ was bad enough that it affected her life to the point where she was constantly upset and had trouble sleeping.
In addition to the smell of cooking meat, she also complained that she couldn't deal with her neighbors' cigarette smoking or the sounds of their children playing basketball.
While the State Administrative Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Western Australia dismissed her case and denied her appeal, she states that she's determined to keep fighting, as 9News reported.
However, since her lawsuit made the news, a Facebook group popped up that attracted around 3,000 people who planned to hold a massive BBQ outside her home. The event description read,
"Don't let Cilla destroy a good old Aussie tradition."