This Online Game Is The Perfect Way To Spend Your Time In The Voting Line

Bop the Bigot is the election whack-a-mole game you didn’t know you wanted. Just in time for the long voting lines, this online game mixes your sentiment for Donald Trump, love of arcade games and the iconic chancla to bring you hours of distracted entertainment.

The rules of the game are simple: “Bop the Bigot.”


Bazta Arpaio, the group behind the game, is a grassroots movement based in Arizona fighting to get rid of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who is currently facing criminal charges for racially profiling Latinos.

Let’s meet the cast! First, Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

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Arpaio is the sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz. and he has been on a mission to end illegal immigration. However, his method of stopping such immigration was to racially profile all people who looked Latino and harassing them for proof to citizenship. A federal court told him the practice was racist and violated civil rights and he was ordered to stop. Did he? LOL. Nah. He kept going and now he is facing jail time.

Next, we have David Duke.

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In case you didn’t know, Duke is a former Grand Wizard for the KKK and is currently running for the Senate to represent Louisiana. Why is the former KKK member running for a national seat? Well, according to his announcement video, he was encouraged to run after Trump based his platform on Duke’s own rhetoric.

Lastly, we have Donald Trump.

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You might remember Trump from his infamous presidential announcement speech calling Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals. Since that speech, he has not backed down from his anti-Latino and anti-immigrant rhetoric. He has even expounded on his platform to attack and belittle just about every minority group and political dissenter via Twitter. Yet, that doesn’t stop him from attacking those same people while on national live television because that’s just who he is.

So, when you are starting to get bored in those long (and essential) voting lines, don’t give up, just play “Bop the Bigot” to pass the time.


*bop, bop, bop*

READ: Introducing Donald Trump’s Anti-Latino, Racist #Squad

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A 70-Year-Old Mexican-American Woman Was Attacked Because Her Assailant Thought She Was Asian

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A 70-Year-Old Mexican-American Woman Was Attacked Because Her Assailant Thought She Was Asian

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In another incident that highlights the anti-Asian sentiment that is on the rise in recent months, a 70-year-old California woman was attacked in Eagle Rock, earlier this month. According to news reports, a young woman attacked her while she was exiting the bus to pick up groceries.

The elderly woman, who goes by Becky, is Mexican-American. But her attacker yelled an anti-Asian slur at her before physically assaulting her.

According to AAPI news site Asian Dawn, Becky’s attacker was a 23-year-old woman who was also riding the bus with her. The woman did nothing to provoke the attack. The young woman ended up dragging the older woman from the back of the bus to the front of the bus. Becky ended up in the hospital with a broken nose, a concussion, two severely swollen eyes, and chunks of her hair torn from her head.

According to Becky’s son, who only goes by Pete, while the family are Mexican-American, people often mistake their family for being of Asian descent. According to Pete, no one intervened to stop the young woman from attacking his mother.

“Nobody would help. Not even the bus driver,” the woman’s son told The Eastsider.

Finally, the young woman stopped her attack after a fellow passenger called 911. The police were able to apprehend the young woman after issuing a bulletin for her arrest.

According to Pete, his mother has a long road of recovery ahead of her. Already suffering from lupus and arthritis, her mother is having trouble walking. Her leg is badly bruised from the assault.

The fact that the victim was Mexican-American serves to illustrate how ignorant and hateful these racist attacks are. There is no rhyme or reason to hate.

Many are linking the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes to the COVID-19 pandemic, as the virus originated in Wuhan, China. The violent racists that have been attacking people who appear to be of Asian descent believe that Asian-Americans are somehow personally responsible for the pandemic.

If you to support the #StopAsianHate cause, donate to organizations like gofundme.com/AAPI or the Asian American Legal defense fund here.

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Here’s How You Can Help Daunte Wright’s Family After He Was Killed By Police

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Here’s How You Can Help Daunte Wright’s Family After He Was Killed By Police

Police have taken another Black man’s life, this time it’s 20-year-old Daunte Wright. Protests have broken out in cities across the country as the nation reacts to the killing of yet another young Black man.

But as the nation reacts to the murder, Wright’s family – his mother and child – need all the support they can get right now and thankfully there are many ways that we can all be better allies while helping support the family that Wright leaves behind.

Daunte Wright is the third high-profile police murder in Minneapolis.

Daunte Wright was driving to his older brother’s house with his girlfriend on Sunday afternoon, when police pulled him over for expired tags. Police said they found an existing warrant for Wright’s arrest and attempted to handcuff him.

Bodycam footage revealed Officer Kim Potter shot Wright when she claimed to be reaching for her taser. He died on the scene, just 10 miles from where former police officer Derek Chauvin is on trial for the death of George Floyd.

According to CNN, Daunte’s death is at least the third high-profile death of a Black man at the hands of police in Minnesota in the last five years. And Daunte Wright’s death comes less than a year after the police killing of George Floyd, which sparked protests around the world.

Daunte Wright leaves behind a family still struggling with such an immense loss.

Daunte’s mother, Katie Wright, spoke out about the fear he experienced before his death. Daunte called her after the police pulled him over, at the suggestion of his older brother. “I know my son was scared. He’s afraid of the police, and I just seen and heard the fear in his voice. But I don’t know why, and it should have never escalated the way it did,” Katie told Good Morning America on April 13.

According to Katie, Daunte believed he was getting pulled over for his hanging air fresheners, then she heard “scuffling” and an officer told him to hang up the phone. “I tried to call back three, four times and the girl that was with him answered the phone and she said that they shot him and he was lying in the driver’s seat unresponsive.”

If you’d like to help support Daunte’s family and demand justice, below are a few resources and action items:

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