Look at the woman's right upper arm. She has the same tattoos as Angelina Jolie does on the left side of her back:
"On March 30, 2019, the CEO of Tesla, Inc., Elon Musk, released a surprise two-minute rap song titled "RIP Harambe" onto his SoundCloud. The track was performed by Yung Jake, written by Yung Jake and Caroline Polachek, and produced by BloodPop. Rolling Stone magazine called the track "a bouncy tribute to Harambe"." 👀
Remember Harambe, the gorilla that was shot and killed?
As it turns out, the Swahili word, "Harambee," is on the Kenyan coat of arms:
It means, "to pull together."
I think these are all comms that tie back to Obama.
Here's the sauce:
Killdozer: A Good Man Pushed Past Reason
On June 4th, 2004 in Granby, Colorado, Marvin Heemeyer went on a rampage to end all rampages. In total Marvin managed to destroy 13 buildings with his heavily modified Komatsu D355A bulldozer. While the Marvin and has been called a lunatic and misunderstood by much of the media if you actually know the story you know that the officials who ran the town got exactly what they were bargaining for by running a crony capitalist scheme involving a cement plant.
Marvin moved to the town of Granby, Colorado at age 40 not knowing anybody in the area. He bought some land and set up a muffler shop to utilize his skills as a mechanic and welder. Most described Marvin as an agreeable hardworking guy. Things were going well for Marvin until the town approved a cement factory to be constructed on the adjacent property to Marvin’s shop, thus blocking access and threatening to destroy his business. Marvin petitioned the town multiple times to stop the plant going up, and when that failed Marvin petitioned to have his own road built to the shop, which was also rejected. What solidifies the town government as the true villains of this story are how they proceeded to fine him for not being connected to the sewer. Why was he not connected to the sewer? Well because he was cut off by accident during the construction of the cement factory. Does the government seriously have the right to fine you for a violation that is out of your control? No, and such a government should be overthrown if ever implemented, as it violates your God-given rights. They also fined him for having junk cars on his property which were labeled “unsightly” (this one really hits home). In total, the fines totaled $2,500, to which Marvin paid and put “cowards” on the memo section. More importantly than the fine, Marvin’s business was still being threatened. The town probably wanted to force him onto Welfare and into a job at someplace like Walmart because politicians do not care about blue-collar citizens, especially those without kids, family, or significant social connections (this is one of the most disaffected groups in the US population). With no further hope to save his livelihood and pursue his part in the American dream, Marvin started down a path of darkness and destruction. Marvin decided to modify the bulldozer he bought to construct the rejected road to his shop, and thus birthed the “killdozer”.
I happened to pass through Granby just a couple of weeks after this happened. Granby is a really small town in the middle of nowhere. Even several weeks later, the damage remaining was still quite impressive.
We can't allow women time to realize what they are doing to their baby, can we now? 🙄