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Where are Photos of Ted Cruz at Mandela Memorial?

Shortly after news of Nelson Mandela’s death last week, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) issued a press release praising the Communist leader. Despite a backlash from conservatives for doing so, Cruz doubled down, deciding to make the trip to South Africa for Mandela’s memorial. Despite being the only U.S. Senator to attend the memorial, based on […]

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R4BIA Symbol on display at Mandela Memorial

There is perhaps no clearer visual symbol of solidarity with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood than the yellow hand with the thumb folded in and four fingers extended. It is referred to as the “Rabea” symbol and is supposed to be a reminder of Mohammed Mursi supporters who refused to disperse from their sit-in outside the mosque […]

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Obama Hugs Racist President of South Africa

**WARNING: Graphic content at bottom of this post** Much is being made of Barack Obama’s handshake with Cuban dictator Raul Castro at the memorial for Nelson Mandela in South Africa. Ted Cruz – who was the only U.S. Senator in attendance – walking out during Castro’s speech also grabbed a headline (the bigger issue is […]

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‘My Meeting with Nelson Mandela’

His name is Peter Hammond and he is the Director of Frontline Fellowship, a Christian Mission that goes into war zones, including South Africa. Hammond challenged Nelson Mandela on things ranging from abortion (which Mandela endorsed) to Communism (which Mandela also supported) in a meeting withe the former South African leader and was paid back […]

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