Trump supporter Dave Daubenmire this week drove hundreds of miles to stand outside Hillary Clinton’s house in Chappaqua, New York and filmed himself demanding that she be arrested.
A video posted by Right Wing Watch shows Daubenmire, who hails from Ohio, standing outside the Clintons’ residence while calling for the former secretary of state to be locked up for assorted purported criminal activities.
“This is one of the greatest crime scenes in American history right here!” Daubenmire exclaimed at the start of the video. “I’m sure we’re on cameras, I’m sure the FBI’s probably been following me all day, but here’s what I think, folks: What would it be like if we had a thousand people out here, petitioning the government to do its job and come and arrest Hillary Clinton!”
Daubenmire then explained to viewers that he drove eight hours to the Clintons’ house to inspire people to take to the streets and “demonstrate that we are against this ungodly, secret government” that is supposedly persecuting Christians in the United States.
“Let President Donald Trump know that we’re not going to put up with this!” he encouraged his followers.
Watch the video below.
Dave Daubenmire drove from Ohio to New York yesterday so he could stand alone outside the Clinton's home and demand that Trump arrest Hillary. pic.twitter.com/ZPIcPHYLTG
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) April 23, 2019
General Motors sues Fiat Chrysler over bribes to auto union
General Motors filed a federal lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler on Wednesday, alleging its rival bribed auto union officials to secure an unfair advantage in labor talks and to force it to agree to a merger.
The lawsuit points a finger at the late Sergio Marchionne, FCA's former chief executive, accusing him of being a central player in a conspiracy with corrupt United Auto Workers officials to support a tough contract on GM that would then force GM into a merger with FCA.
It references guilty pleas by former FCA executives, who bribed former UAW officials, in a long-running case involving a UAW employee training program at both FCA and GM, that has tarnished the union's image.
Furious China vows to ‘fight back’ after Congress backs HK democracy
China on Thursday accused the United States of seeking to "destroy" Hong Kong and threatened retaliation after Congress passed new legislation supporting the pro-democracy movement that has thrown the city into nearly six months of turmoil.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the passage of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act "indulges violent criminals" that China blames for the worsening unrest and aims to "muddle or even destroy Hong Kong".
The legislation -- which now awaits President Donald Trump's signature into law -- backs universal suffrage, freedom from arbitrary arrest, and sanctions against those who contravene such principles.
Here are 7 key moments from the Democratic primary debate
Top Democratic candidates for president gathered on Wednesday night in Georgia to debate their respective qualifications for office, all under the shadow of ongoing impeachment hearings in the House of Representatives.
But while they took the time to address President Donald Trump’s conduct and wrongdoing, they didn’t let his issues dominate the night. They addressed a wide range of topics and managed to largely avoid the circular fights that have bogged down many previous debate
Here are seven moments that stood out:
1. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) addressed the central role black voters have in the Democratic Party.