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White nationalist accused of bizarre scheme to impregnate autistic teen to secure US citizenship

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Jean-Francois Gariepy, a prominent Canadian white nationalist YouTuber who has in the past made videos with racist icon Richard Spencer, has been accused of trying to impregnate an autistic teenage girl in a bizarre bid to secure American citizenship.

The Daily Beast reports that court filings show that Gariepy recently tried to claim that a 19-year-old Hispanic woman — whom a counselor described as having “the social and mental maturity of a 10- or 11-year-old child” — was his pregnant fiancée in an apparent bid to become an American citizen.

However, a medical examination of the woman, whom Gariepy met over the internet, revealed that she was not pregnant.

Gariepy tells the Daily Beast that he did not try to impregnate the autistic teen for immigration purposes, and he says that suggestions otherwise are merely the accusations of “leftist women” who are out to smear him.

However, a court filing made by attorneys for Gariepy’s third wife in a child custody dispute show that he would have had reason to impregnate an American citizen if he’d wanted to stay in the United States.

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“The defendant is a citizen of Canada and currently in the United States under a conditional visa based upon his marriage to the plaintiff,” his wife claimed in court documents. “Said visa is conditional and up for review by U.S. Immigration in July 2016.”

Gariepy, however, denies that his immigration status had anything to do with his decision to enter into a relationship with an autistic teen — and he notes that he has since moved back to Canada instead of trying to become a U.S. citizen.

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Black Georgia lawmaker accuses white man of demanding she ‘go back where she came from’ in supermarket diatribe

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On Friday evening, Erica Thomas, and African-American Democratic lawmaker in the Georgia House of Representatives, was shopping at a Publix supermarket in Mableton when a white customer came up to her and shouted at her, telling her to "go back where you came from" — words echoing President Donald Trump's recent racist attacks on four Democratic congresswomen of color.

Thomas' crime? She had too many items for the express checkout line.

Today I was verbally assaulted in the grocery store by a white man who told me I was a lazy SOB and to go back to where I came from bc I had to many items in the express lane. My husband wasn’t there to defend me because he is on Active Duty serving the country I came from USA!

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Trump mocked for tweeting he’ll ‘personally vouch’ for rapper A$AP Rocky’s bail: ‘Now name three of his songs’

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Twitter users were both baffled and amused on Saturday morning after Donald Trump tweeted that he would "personally vouch" for the bail needed to release American rapper A$AP Rocky from a Swedish jail.

After receiving a phone call from celebrity Kim Kardashian about the plight of the hip-hop star overseas, the president -- in the middle of a racism scandal himself -- appears to have taken up the cause in an effort to calm racism charges.

Not everyone on Twitter was buying it.

See below:

Just had a very good call with @SwedishPM Stefan Löfven who assured me that American citizen A$AP Rocky will be treated fairly. Likewise, I assured him that A$AP was not a flight risk and offered to personally vouch for his bail, or an alternative....

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Trump echoes another president who stoked fear rather than face the tech-based economic change he failed to stem

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It is amazing how similar America in 2019 is to America in the 1920’s, a decade that began almost a hundred years ago. It is as if America is reliving its own history, trapped in a prison of deja vu, purposely not wanting to remember the disaster that unfolded as the 1920s ended.

The parallels are striking, the anti-immigration frenzy, race-baiting, trade wars, over-heated stock markets, corruption, and technological changes that produced hip urban centers contrasting with rural alienation and bitterness. Like today, the 1920s was a period of spectacular wealth and an ever-increasing income gap.

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