Showing posts from June, 2020

'The View' and 'Fox News' vehemently defend vilified St. Louis couple

"The View"  co-hosts accused a  St. Louis, Missouri , couple of overreacting by brandishing firearms when a group of protesters trespassed on their property. The incident occurred on Sunday, when protesters allegedly broke the fence leading to Mark and Patricia McCloskey's property. Footage of the encounter went viral with both pointing their guns at the protesters. "No. 1: if I were protesters, I would not appreciate having an AR-15 headed my way or a woman who seems crazed with her finger on the trigger," co-host  Joy Behar  said. "I would not enjoy that at all. I don't think any of these protesters had weapons." "The only other thing I wanted to say was that they claim that they are Black Lives Matter supporters. In that case, why not go out to these protesters and say 'I appreciate that you're protesting, I agree with you'? Acknowledge what they're doing and ... and basically sort of neutralize the possibility of

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez argue the phrase shouldn’t be taken literally and represents police reforms

Rep.  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez  weighed in Tuesday on the proposed New York City budget cuts to the police department she said don't go far enough, saying “defunding police means defunding police.” “Defunding police means defunding police. It does not mean budget tricks or funny math. It does not mean moving school police officers from the NYPD budget to the Department of Education’s budget so the exact same police remain in schools,” the congresswoman said in a statement. Inbox: @AOC weighs in quite critically on developing de Blasio-City Council NYPD budget deal > — Ben Max (@TweetBenMax) June 30, 2020 Establishment Democrats and progressives have debated over what “defund the police” actually means. Some argue the phrase shouldn’t be taken literally and just stands to represent police reforms. “It does not mean counting overtime cuts as cuts, even as NYPD ignores every attempt by City Council to curb overtime spending and overspend

Seattle's police chief calls for an end to the violence, Seattle mayor who loved CHAZ protest freaks out when it comes to her house

Seattle  Department of Transportation crews on Tuesday began removing concrete barriers marking the entrance to the area protesters are calling the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP. A crew used heavy machinery to remove the concrete barriers at 10th and East Pine Street. Seattle Police officers were also at the scene to assist crews in case protesters intervened. Protesters almost immediately began to construct a makeshift barricade to take the concrete barrier’s place, moving furniture, trash cans and plywood into the road to continue to block traffic into the area. #BREAKING : Seattle Police just showed here at #CHOP with SDOT. Multiple pieces of heavy machinery now moving barricades. And crews are working fast. @KIRO7Seattle More: — Heidi Heitkamp (@HeitkampHeidi) July 1, 2020 As of Tuesday morning, no plans had been set in place to remove the other concrete barriers in front of the abandoned East Precinct, ac

Sen. Mike Braun: 'Why don't you tell us what Officer Rolfe should've done when this man fired a Taser at him?'

Braun argued Monday that unless Republican lawmakers work to change the system, "Democrats are going to spin it" to their benefit in the November elections. "Chuck Schumer has already decided he can make hay of this in the election and we will end up on the short side of it again," Braun said. "Who controls the Senate?" Carlson fired back. "I thought Republicans controlled the Senate. So you're taking your cues from Chuck Schumer [and] saying, 'He might criticize me, therefore I have to pass a law that makes it easier to sue police'?" Braun said his bill would provide "due process" for victims of police misconduct, citing the controversial shooting death earlier this month of  Rayshard Brooks  in Atlanta, which the GOP lawmaker recently described as an "egregious incident" of police brutality. When Carlson asked pointedly whether Braun thought former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe --who fired th

Pics and clips from another hateful ANGRY weekend

Democrats have gotten reelected for decades on end to run big American cities. Many mayors and police chiefs are minorities. If "systemic racism" is rampant in America, how does that explain the systemic progressivism that keeps failing? In the meantime, people who commit crimes are acting. With at least 113 people injured or killed in shootings since George Floyd's death on May 25, some locals are "asking urgent new questions" about the potential effects of defunding the police, the Star Tribune reports. Do these elected officials fail to imagine what could happen if you were to "dismantle" the police force? The consequences of their utopian naivete? A White Marxist at the D.C. "protest" even called a Black officer a "bitch a** n*gga" and talked nasty about his children + family. This is not about Black lives anymore. This is angry, hateful people wanting to destroy the greatest nation to ever exist.

The Trump Crackdown Begins: Seattle's Democrati leaders' attempts to dismantle CHOP 'autonomous zone' have been unsuccessful

On Monday,  Democratic leadership announced  their intention to put an end to CHOP after two recent shootings -- one of which was deadly. However, Seattle Police Officers Guild President Mike Solan said the effort to do so was met with resistance and the problem is far from over. "There were some city entities, as far as heads, that went into the area yesterday to try to remove some of the boundary areas -- as far as blockades -- and they were met with resistance. Armed people flocked into the area and prevented those city entities, those agencies to get the job done," he told Cavuto. "So no, this has not been solved. It's deeply troubling still." Solan reiterated that the Pacific Northwest metropolis's "fundamental lack of leadership" has been damning for his department, citing the ban of chemical munitions. "And, as I mentioned on your show last time as well, the West Precinct downtown -- which houses the 911 communication cente

President Donald Trump signs executive order to protect American monuments, memorials and statues

President Donald Trump  announced Friday that he signed an executive order to protect American monuments, memorials and statues and threatened those who try to pull them down with “long prison time.” “I just had the privilege of signing a very strong Executive Order protecting American Monuments, Memorials, and Statues - and combatting recent Criminal Violence,” Trump tweeted. “Long prison terms for these lawless acts against our Great Country!” I just had the privilege of signing a very strong Executive Order protecting American Monuments, Memorials, and Statues - and combatting recent Criminal Violence. Long prison terms for these lawless acts against our Great Country! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 26, 2020 The new order enforces laws prohibiting the desecration of public monuments, the vandalism of government property, and recent acts of violence, withholds federal support tied to public spaces from state and local governments that have failed to p