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Speaker at Far-Right Salem Rally Demands Democrat Leaders Be 'Shot Dead in the Streets'
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Video has emerged showing a speaker at a rally in Salem, Oregon, urging that democratic leaders be "shot dead in the streets" for pushing a so-called "pedophile agenda" and being greeted with cheers and applause from the crowd. The man, who has not been identified, is seen speaking at the Labor Day rally which was attended by supporters of President Donald Trump , members of far-right groups Patriot Prayer and Proud Boys , as well as believers of the QAnon conspiracy theory. During the clip, which has been viewed more than , times on Twitter , the man is seen hitting out at those who called people "crazy" and "homophobic" for speaking out against what he referred to as the "LGBT agenda. The rhetoric used by the speaker appears to support baseless claims pushed by QAnon proponents, who believe Trump is waging a secret war against high-profile Satan-worshipping pedophiles and cannibals and will one day start making arrests. QAnon also has ties with the Pizzagate conspiracy, which falsely alleged influential Democrats , including Hillary Clinton , were connected to a child sex ring linked to a pizza restaurant in Washington, D. Minnesota Rep.
The real tragedy in Patti LaBelle’s outing of Luther Vandross
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Additional branches surfaced by the s, and within two decades the movement had earned global attention thanks to the music of devoted Rastafarian Bob Marley. Although the deaths of Selassie in and Marley in took away its most influential figures, Rastafarianism endures through followings in the United States, England, Africa and the Caribbean. The roots of Rastafarianism can be traced to the 18th century, when Ethiopianism and other movements that emphasized an idealized Africa began to take hold among black slaves in the Americas.