Saturday, June 13, 2020

US Muslim Brotherhood Op Protesting in California, Declares War on Police   June 11, 2020  Joe Kaufman
Al-Qaeda-linked Nidal Sakr relives his Arab Spring days, here in America.

Joe Kaufman, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, is Chairman of the Joe Kaufman Security Initiative and the 2014, 2016 and 2018 Republican Nominee for U.S. House of Representatives (Florida-CD23).

Nidal Sakr, a Muslim Brotherhood operative residing in Huntington Beach, California, has joined the protests being conducted in his local area calling for justice for George Floyd, a black male who died while being detained by Minneapolis, Minnesota police. A number of these protests have led to attacks on police officers. This seems to be to Sakr’s liking, as he has declared war on the police, calling the police “the enemy” and “terrorists.” He has also called President Trump a terrorist. Yet, Sakr himself was actually part of a terrorist cell, recruited by a founder of al-Qaeda, and he is wanted for the murder of a police officer. Where is the protest against Sakr?

After being born in Providence, Rhode Island, Nidal Mohamed Sakr spent his teenage years living in different countries in the Middle East. As a youth in the 1970s, Sakr was recruited into a Muslim Brotherhood terrorist cell operating out of Jordan and carrying out attacks against Israel. According to Sakr, the recruiter was none other than Abdullah Azzam, the future mentor of Osama bin Laden and co-founder of al-Qaeda. Sakr has boasted about knowing bin Laden, as well.

Sakr came back to the States, during the 1980s, and spent nearly two decades here, before moving on to Cairo, Egypt, where he became involved with the Brotherhood at its global headquarters. During the Arab Spring, Sakr advised Brotherhood leaders and organized Brotherhood rallies against then-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. When Abdel Fattah el-Sisi came to power, the Brotherhood became a target. In March 2014, fleeing Egypt, Sakr arrived at the US border, where he was handcuffed and held for six hours but eventually released.

Since being back in the US: Sakr has been sentenced to death in Egypt for the murder of a police officer; he has said America will be “toppled” and Israel will be “obliterated; and he has called for President Trump’s execution and the outright elimination of the Jews.



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Friday, June 12, 2020

Here are the Insane Demands From the Seattle Anarchists  2020-06-12 Source: TTN by: TTN Staff

Here are the Insane Demands From the Seattle Anarchists

The Capital Hill Autonomous Zone is a new area in Seattle that is run by a warlord and a group of anarchist college students who think they have the answers. The de facto leader, Raz Simone, is claiming to be in charge of the area’s police and seems to be the only person armed in the area. Many are describing the individual as the warlord online as he was caught on camera beating someone up for putting graffiti over someone else graffiti. While this ragtag group of communists, anarchists, and thugs is already running out of food they have demands. Here is what they want:  

This is an AMERICAN city in the year 2020...!! ....TAKE IT DOWN..!!!

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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Undercover Investigation - Minneapolis Riot Was Preplanned  Jun 8, 2020  Millennial Millie

What you are about to see is part of a two year undercover investigation into the leftist radicalization imbedded within the climate justice movement that contributed to the riots in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In this first video, we are going to show how the Sunrise Movement played a preemptive role in carrying out the mayhem to further push their Green New Deal agenda and promoting the abolition of the police. PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO!   THANX to Free N.C.

From....90 Miles From Tyranny

George Floyd resisting arrest for 3 minutes, Footage the MSM won't show you  Jun 8, 2020  John Duncan

The video the media doesn't want you to see. George Floyd resisting arrest for 3 minutes while officers attempt to get him in the back seat.

And, just like the demiRats, they're making outrageous demands

Tucker: Black Lives Matter is now a political party  Fox News

And it may be the strongest political party in the United OUTRAGEUS States. #FoxNews #Tucker 

Like a lot of people,..You didn't know you were RACIST...Did you ?

Lisa Marie


Hey, #HBO, by removing "Gone With the Wind" from your lineup (because, racism) you actually practice a bit of racism yourselves. You see, history was made with the release of that movie, as African American actress, Hattie McDaniel, was nominated for and won Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of "Mammy"-the first African American to ever win an Oscar.

Erase the movie, erase her accomplishment, dumbasses

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Someway or another.....SHE NEEDS TO GO..!! She and Biden can go to Adult DAY CARE together...

Pelosi Suggests Trump’s Lawyers Should Be Disbarred For Comments Made During Impeachment Trial   June 10, 2020   Martin Walsh

                  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has long been heralded by Democrats and their allies in the media as some sort of master political strategist.

She’s nothing more than a far-left activist in lockstep with her party’s mission of removing President Donald Trump from office at all costs.

But Pelosi is still reeling after her impeachment stunt ended with the president being acquitted by the Senate, and now she wants the president’s lawyers fired and disbarred.

The Speaker was responding to remarks made by Harvard Law professor and Trump attorney Alan Dershowitz.
“If a president does something which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest, that cannot be the kind of quid pro quo that results in impeachment,” he said.

That was followed by two more of the president’s attorneys who said that the articles of impeachment against Trump were not valid.

“The articles of impeachment violate the Constitution,” Jay Sekulow and Pat Cipollone said at the start of the trial. “They are defective in their entirety.”

Pelosi was not happy about these comments.

She praised her House imeachment managers who she said have given Americans a “magnificent example to follow” and have done so “in the face of the President’s team – is there to dismantle the Constitution of the United States. And some of them are even lawyers. Imagine that you would say, ever, of any President, no matter who he or she is or whatever party, if the President thinks that his or her Presidency – in this case, his Presidency – is good for the country, then any action is justified, including – including – encouraging a foreign government to have an impact on our elections, which is exactly what our Founders were opposed to and they feared“

And those of you who remember Longfellow’s poem know that in there he says: ‘The English are coming, the English are coming,’ we’ll let you know, ‘one if by land, two if by sea.’ In this case, the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming, and the President has led a clear path for them to interfere once again in our elections, as they are currently doing,” she said.

“The President seems to be emulating a French king who said, ‘L’etat, c’est moi.’ ‘The state, it’s me.’ No. Article II does not say you can do whatever you want. The Constitution does not say that. But these, but these, I don’t know how they can retain their lawyer status in the comments that they are making,” she said.

Of course, the GOP-controlled Senate voted to acquit Trump on both articles of impeachment.

Pelosi has even accused Trump of being on drugs during his State of the Union address.

Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz also filed an ethics complaint against Pelosi, claiming she may have violated rules by tearing up an “official government document.”

Doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy it in a World Wrestling Federation sense.

“You’re Not My Brother”: The Trainwreck Cornel West-Leo Terrell Segment You Can’t Miss

ED MORRISSEYPosted at 8:41 am on June 10, 2020

I’m not sure what else I learned from this four-minute food fight, except that “Dinosaurs on the Fringe” would make an awesome band name. Sean Hannity starts off the fun by pointing out that progressive Democrats have run America’s cities for decades and asks Cornel West to explain why policing and education in them remain problematic. West starts talking over Hannity even before the set-up ends, Leo Terrell says that West is offering nothing more than “old talking points,” and … it’s on (via Townhall):

“You’re not my brother,” shouted Terrell. He added that West was hurting black people with his positions.

“Are you a Christian too? Then, check yourself, negro,” shouted West.

“Oh, my god—you have lost control,” said Terrell in response. “You’re a dinosaur.”

Throw in a couple of who do you think you ares from West and a couple of fringes from Terrell, and you’ve got about as much substance as you’ll get out of that. Hannity at one point gamely tries to restore order to this verbal brawl, but then wisely retreats until the commercial break. Why interrupt 275 seconds of pure cable-news gold? Spend the time prepping the next segment, I say.

Can't blame them, I wouldn't stay either....

Minneapolis Manufacturer: The City Doesn’t Care About Protecting Us — So We’re Outta Here

ED MORRISSEY Posted on June 9, 2020

                 After 33 years in Minneapolis, Kris Wyrobek thought he could rely on the city to protect his manufacturing business. In the wake of the city’s paralysis in the rioting — which the Star Tribune helpfully notes “sometimes overshadowed peaceful protests” — Wyrobek has had enough. He’s packing up his 7-Sigma plant to rebuild elsewhere after the city let it burn down, and he’s taking 50 jobs with him:

A Minneapolis manufacturing company has decided to leave the city, with the company’s owner saying he can’t trust public officials who allowed his plant to burn during the recent riots. The move will cost the city about 50 jobs.

“They don’t care about my business,” said Kris Wyrobek, president and owner of 7-Sigma Inc., which has operated since 1987 at 2843 26th Av. in south Minneapolis. “They didn’t protect our people. We were all on our own.”

Wyrobek said the plant, which usually operates until 11 p.m., shut down about four hours early on the first night of the riots because he wanted to keep his workers out of harm’s way. He said a production supervisor and a maintenance worker who live in the neighborhood became alarmed when fire broke out at the $30 million Midtown Corner affordable housing apartment complex that was under construction next door.

“The fire engine was just sitting there,” Wyrobek said, “but they wouldn’t do anything.”

The city’s mayor Jacob Frey disputes that characterization, claiming that police and fire were doing everything they could, but no one will get fooled by that for long. The news coverage of the riots made the retreat by the city crystal clear. Even Gov. Tim Walz called the city’s response an “abject failure” when he belatedly called up the National Guard to put down the rioting and looting.




Tuesday, June 9, 2020

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" Obama said as he bid farewell to his audience. "And we should all be thankful for folks who are willing, in a PEACEFUL, DISCIPLINED WAY, to be out there making a difference.

Obama Urges Young People To Keep Up Their Protests To Bring Change            June 3, 2020 

Venturing further into the public discourse he had largely held back from since relinquishing the Oval Office to President Trump, former President Barack Obama joined a virtual town hall Wednesday to advocate for the kind of hope and change that once inspired a nation to twice elect him as its leader.

"We have seen in the last several weeks, last few months, the kinds of epic changes in events in our country that are as profound as anything that I've seen in my lifetime," the 58-year-old onetime community organizer told his unseen, online audience in a Zoom videoconference organized by My Brother's Keeper Alliance, a part of the Obama Foundation.

Titled "Reimagining Policing in the Wake of Continued Police Violence," the event featured several younger community activists as well as Obama's former attorney 
general, Eric Holder.

But Obama was clearly the main attraction.

The Most Insane Reactions to the Riots
By Michael Brigham June 9, 2020


From a city council’s vote to abolish one of America’s largest police departments to rioters defacing a statue of President Abraham Lincoln, the response to calls for law enforcement reforms have shifted from understandable, if not justified, to (putting it nicely) bananas.

The Left’s calls are reminiscent of the disastrous Paris Commune or for those more familiar with recent history, the tumult that grew out of the Vietnam War. In both cases, the anarchists lost decisively. The French Army crushed the Commune, and Nixon won the 1968 election, followed by Republican presidential candidates winning seven of the next ten elections. Not that we expect leftists to finish their history books.
Here are some of the most ludicrous responses to calls for action. Responses that are boosting President Trump’s reelection prospects as I type this.

Update....Black Twitter Users Mock Democrats for Kente Cloth Photo Op: “Don’t Treat Africans Like We’re Children”

Congressional Dems Take a Knee in Honor of Career Criminal George Floyd  By Debra Heine • June 8, 2020

Clad in African stoles and facial masks, congressional Democrats took a knee for nearly nine minutes Monday morning in honor of career criminal George Floyd.

“We are here to honor George Floyd,” said Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. “We will have a moment of silence, actually eight minutes and 46 seconds of silence in honor of George Floyd and so many others who lost their lives or were abused by police brutality.”

Pelosi didn’t stipulate whether Democrats were kneeling for all races of Americans who have fallen victim to police brutality, or only black victims. Although blacks commit a disproportionate number of violent crimes compared to other races, there were only ten cases in which unarmed blacks were fatally shot by the police in 2019. That same year there were nineteen cases where unarmed whites were fatally shot by police.

In addition to Pelosi, those who participated included Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, California Sen. Kamala Harris and New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler, who remained standing presumably due to health issues.

“Every American should try to stand in silence for eight minutes and 46 seconds to acknowledge the pain of George Floyd and the pain of racism,” Schumer said.

The Democrats’ moment of silence honoring Floyd, lasted 8 minutes and 46 seconds, the length of time officer Derek Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s neck, leading to his death.

Floyd’s violent criminal history included drug abuse, theft, criminal trespassing, and an aggravated robbery in which he invaded a pregnant woman’s home and pointed a gun at her stomach while looking for drugs and money.

At the time of his last confrontation with the police, he was under the influence of fentanyl and had methamphetamine in his system.

Undercover Investigation Minneapolis Riot Was Preplanned  Jun 8, 2020  kingkeyworth  By Millie Weaver

Truth or fiction? You decide.
Graham Says There Are ‘Real Good Candidates For Going To Jail’ Over FISA Abuse, Rips Dems For Not Caring                                    

On Thursday, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) postponed a vote to authorize subpoenas for more than 50 individuals pertaining the committees investigation into the Russia probe. The vote will take place next week.
Graham though, ripped the Democrats on the committee for not caring about FISA abuse, and said that there are “real good candidates for going to jail” pertaining to those who were involved.
“We’re going to do what this committee needs to do, and we’re going to fight it out and we’re going to vote. And we’re not going to be done today, so I don’t see a resolution this day, if you need to go somewhere go. … I think the best thing for us to do is [to] carry this over to next week so we can have a full discussion,” Senator Graham said.
He added that “we’ll get to [a] conclusion next week” on the subpoena vote.
The Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman’s decision came after Senator Ben Sasse complained that “committees are about people trolling for soundbites”.
“Can we get a sense of how long we’re going to be here?” Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) asked. “With all due respect, I don’t think anybody in private ever disagrees with me when I say that it’s bullshit the way people grandstand for cameras in here. The reality is if we didn’t have cameras in this room, the discussion would be different.” 
ANTI-IMPEACHMENT LETTER! (You'll NEVER Believe Who Wrote This...)  

Here's what Schumer said in 1999 about Senate impeachment trial of Bill Clinton

This made me very emotional. God bless police everywhere. We love and support you!!

This is the most powerful video I've seen in response to recent events.  Graham Allen

I have family and friends on the police force. I just want to say, I've seen cops treated unfairly before, but NEVER to this magnitude. The idea that ALL cops are alike to the one that killed George Floyd is beyond ridiculous...! 

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Monday, June 8, 2020

AG Barr Responds to Media Lies About D.C. Riots and Trump's 'Demand' to Send in Troops
Posted: Jun 07, 2020

Wiliam Barr gave an interview to Margaret Brennan on CBS' "Face the Nation" on Sunday in which the attorney general corrected a lot of false reporting about President Trump's response to the widespread violence and crime that has plagued American cities.

Brennan began with a CBS report that said President Trump was demanding 10,000 active-duty troops be ordered into American streets.

"That is completely false," Barr responded.

The attorney general said a D.C. official told him that Sunday night was the worst violence the nation's capital has seen in 30 years, something Barr said "the media has not done a very good job at covering."

Barr said that he, along with Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and others involved in the decision-making process, all agreed troops should be deployed only as a last resort. For that reason, troops were put on standby in case other agencies became overwhelmed by the violence.

"I think everyone was on the same page," Barr recalled.

If Trump, as commander-in-chief of the military demanded troops be sent into cities, as CBS reported, they would be there.

"I think the reporting is completely false on this," Barr concluded.

Why I Will Never Kneel  Ian Haworth Posted: Jun 08, 2020

We are constantly told that our society is divided into two camps: the “good” and the “bad.” Under the faceless umbrella of progressivism, a judgement of your moral character is proclaimed based upon your willingness to comply with the latest demands of our moral arbiters: the radical left. These seem simple enough: the use of a hashtag, the alteration of a social media profile picture, or seemingly innocuous physical actions such as “taking a knee.” By accepting their rules of decency, you are able to evade their contempt. Their only stipulation is that you join their pyramid scheme of “enforced tolerance” by helping them unearth new ideological “converts.”

Currently, the only way you can prove your non-racism is to comply with every demand of the Black Lives Matter movement. This includes adhering to every one of their ideological and physical requests. Those who fail or refuse are publicly scorned and shamed into compliance. Those who comply are applauded and held as shining examples for others, such as Justin Trudeau, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti, or even some members of the National Guard.

While many of these individuals are well within their rights to behave as they see fit, it is an act of utter moral corruption that refusal to comply with these demands is seen as indisputable proof of both individual racism and systemic racism. In a civilization built upon the unique and revolutionary notion of presumed innocence, we now find ourselves living in a society that assumes that the lack of specific and subjective evidence of innocence is incontrovertible and objective evidence of guilt.

What makes matters worse is that vague and general points of unanimous agreement are used to support specific and contentious policies. The vast majority of us agree that black lives matter, that the deaths of people like Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd are wrong and tragic, and that police brutality (whether racially motivated or not) should be condemned and eradicated. Instead of using this foundation of unanimous agreement to support our common battle against bigotry and violence, disagreement over subsequent demands of the Black Lives Matter movement or the radical Left are falsely presented as proof that we do not agree that racism is deplorable.

By accepting the mathematical impossibility that true implies false, the radical “progressive” mob has hijacked the notion of racism as a club to “convince” its ideological opponents. Those who abhor racism but believe that the abolition of police departments would lead to the deaths of countless innocents are seen as racist. Those who abhor racism but do not agree that instances of racism stand as irrefutable evidence of deep seated systematic racism are seen as racist. Those who abhor racism but cite examples of hypocrisy regarding sporadic and inconsistent outrage towards violence are seen as racist.

This is why I will never kneel. I believe, like the vast majority of Americans, that racism is abhorrent. I believe that racists exist, and that any and all instances of racism should be condemned. Indeed, until my status of victimhood was revoked by the flawed ideology of intersectionality and the absurd notion that racism is related directly to power dynamics, I have personally experienced racism and bigotry relating to my Jewish faith. Unfortunately, as a “white hetrosexual male of privilege,” the fact that I despise racism and bigotry will be seen as irrelevant to those who wish to label me as racist.

The brutal fact is that “taking a knee” is not solely the universal acknowledgement of the existence and wickedness of racism or police brutality. After all, Colin Kaepernick started this movement while wearing socks depicting police officers as pigs. While some may view it generally, others view it as an acknowledgement of the racism which runs through the veins of the United States at every level, as an acknowledgment of the moral depravity of the entire law enforcement community, and an acknowledgment that we must tear down our society in order to achieve the left’s subjective goal of “justice.”

Taking a knee is also one of many ways in which some choose to absolve themselves of the obscene notion of “white guilt.” Phrases like “white silence is violence” or “white silence is compliance” are not only racist, but are indicative of precisely the same cynical and subjective falsehoods underpinning “taking a knee.” In reality, “white silence” actually means “white non-compliance.” To remain silent in the face of racism is indeed wrong. However, to refuse to accept personal responsibility for the actions of others, or bow to the demands of a radical political movement who have monopolized the very subject of race, is not.

It is true that we are all part of the fight against racism. We must, and do, respect the history of racism, the existence of racism, and the impact of racism. We must, and do, call out and condemn racism when it occurs. However, to assume racist intent or bully people into silent compliance through fear and guilt based entirely on their race is, by definition, racist. To ask people to literally bend the knee to a fluid and radical array of political demands is to reject ideological freedom. Finally, to assume that ideological differences alone are evidence of racism is to reject the fundamental idea of American.

Exodus 20:5 states “Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them nor serve them for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me.” In this case, “them” does not refer to a person or persons, but an ideology, an ideology which is built on falsehood, guilt, and racism. How will we end racism with racism?