Grievances In Eddystone

Grievances In Eddystone — We have just been informed of a nasty spat in Eddystone. Several borough employees have stepped forward to file grievances against their bosses.

These allegations include extreme racist remarks, creating a toxic work environment, retaliation and sexual harassment.

Reportedly two employees were fired because they made the grievances public.

Below is the flyer being passed around.

Grievances In Eddystone

Sanctions Sought Against Conor Corcoran By Delco Defamation Defendants

Sanctions Sought Against Conor Corcoran By Delco Defamation Defendants –Leah Hoopes of Chadds Ford and Gregory Stenstrom of Glen Mills, seek sanctions against J. Conor Corcoran, the attorney representing James Savage in a defamation case against the pair, along with President Donald J. Trump and Rudy Giuliani.

Savage is the former Delaware County, Pa. Voting Machine Warehouse supervisor whom the defendants allege was instrumental in rigging Delco’s votes against Trump in 2020 hence giving Pennsylvania’s electoral votes to Joe Biden.

Ms. Hoopes and Stenstrom wrote The Parallel Election, one of the many places where the claim has been made.

They filed their motion for sanctions, Feb. 14, in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court.

Why Philadelphia when matters discussed are to have occurred in Delco?

Pennsylvania law says venue will be proper in the county the individual may be served or in which the cause of action arose or where the transaction or occurrence took place out of which the cause of action arose or in any other county authorized by law.

Philly is one of those “authorized by law” places.

Ms. Hoopes and Stenstrom are representing themselves.

Their motion asks that the Court enforce the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct to prevent further abuse of the Honorable Court, and protect the lives, liberty, property, and rights of Defendants.

They say Corcoran made provably false claims before the Court in written filings and oral testimony during hearings in June and November including that he had filed criminal complaints against Defendants Stenstrom and Hoopes with the FBI and Pennsylvania Attorney General. He wanted Stenstrom and Ms. Hoopes be sanctioned for tens of thousands of dollars, silenced, disarmed and saddled with a restraining order.

They say that Corcoran testified that he had made a 30-minute call with the FBI “during which he somehow failed to obtain the agent’s name or case number, nor could he recall the date or any other details of the call regarding his allegations that Defendants intended to use “incendiary devices” against Judge Erdos, Plaintiff Savage and himself.”

The motion says that Corcoran claims to have spoken with “someone” in the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office but couldn’t recall the date, or other specifics.

They point out that these allegations not merely cost them time and money to refute but endangered their lives raising the fear they could become “swatting” victims if law enforcement had been made to believe they were violent.

The defendants say that Corcoran has a history of such actions and that his victims include clients, former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams and the defendants’ former attorney Thomas Carroll.

The motion can be read here:

Sanctions Sought Against Conor Corcoran
Leah Hoopes (left) and Greg Stenstrom with journalist Emerald Robinson

Deepstatus Clouds In Bucks County

Deepstatus Clouds In Bucks County — A friend from Bucks County sent the photo below.

He said the list of clouds taught to kids in science class should be changed to

  • Cirrus
  • Cumulus
  • Stratus
  • Deepstateus

Hey, how about Billgateus?

Chemtrails are a conspiracy theory that have always been just a tad too deep down the rabbit hole for us, but ZeroHedge seems to be taking it seriously.

And there is no debate that Bill Gates is backing a plan to block the sun.

Deepstatus Clouds In Bucks County

Senate Passes Ukraine Funding Bill Without Border Protection

Senate Passes Ukraine Funding Bill Without Border Protection

By Joe Guzzardi

On Super Bowl Sunday, shortly before kickoff, the Senate voted 67-27 to advance a $95.3 billion funding bill, a step toward its passage. Two days later, after an all-night session, the bill passed 70-27 but without the border security measures that the House had originally demanded.

The funding package includes $60 billion for Ukraine; $14 billion in security assistance for Israel; $9 billion in humanitarian assistance for Gaza, the West Bank and Ukraine; and $4.8 billion to support allies in the Indo-Pacific.

Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) spoke passionately about the urgent need for the bill’s approval. Schumer described Eastern Europe’s war-torn regions as dire as last seen during World War II. McConnell warned that failing to support Ukraine would put America’s allies at risk by giving China a “green light” to project power in Asia and the Indo-Pacific.

Highlighting the tension among Republicans that could culminate in the Senate minority leader’s removal, fellow Kentuckian GOP Senator Rand Paul called McConnell’s support for the bill “outrageous” and accused him, Schumer and President Joe Biden of “criminal neglect” by working to “send $100 billion overseas to fix someone else’s border before addressing our [own] border.” Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) charged Schumer with dictating which amendments he would be permit—“essentially all of them are not.”

To Paul’s point, days before the Senate voted to proceed on the Ukraine-Israel funding bill, it rejected a very bad immigration bill that, instead of including HR-2’s border protections, established an emergency authority to shut down the border when a 5,000 daily average alien encounters over a consecutive seven-day period is reached or 8,500 encounters occur in a single day. By law, a single alien’s entry violates immigration statutes. Worse, the Senate’s proposed bill allows Biden to suspend this authority at his discretion, which could allow for thousands more illegal immigrants to cross.

Schumer and McConnell’s urgency to help Ukraine protect its border with Russia is reflected in its unprecedented Super Bowl Sunday vote during a period when the Senate was scheduled to be on holiday. Neither Schumer nor McConnell cares about the southwest border invasion. McConnell, worried that China might interpret nixing Ukraine funding as a “green light” for aggression, is indifferent to the thousands of Chinese nationals pouring aggressively across the Southwest border.

Among the millions of migrants flooding the southern border, Chinese illegal immigrants made up the fastest-growing faction last year. In FY 2023, CBP apprehended 24,000 Chinese nationals, about 12 times the 1,970 arrests in the previous fiscal year. Since October 1 when fiscal year 2024 began, a staggering 20,000 Chinese nationals have crossed. If the 20,000 per fiscal year quarter influx continues, a projected 80,000 Chinese nationals will enter.

The annual 2023 U.S. Threat Assessment report published by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) warned that China’s Communist Party (CCP) will continue efforts to achieve President Xi Jinping’s vision to make China East Asia’s preeminent power, a major global threat that will undercut U.S. influence, and “drive wedges between Washington and its partners.” In his Wall Street Journal op-ed, former DNI  director John Ratcliff wrote that “Beijing intends to dominate the U.S. and the rest of the planet economically, militarily and technologically.” Resisting Beijing’s attempt to reshape and dominate the world is, Ratcliff concluded, the challenge of our generation. China, national security experts agree, is the U.S.’s biggest geopolitical enemy.

Assuming Ratcliff is right, the Biden administration is failing spectacularly to meet the challenge. In December, a large group of well-dressed, military-age Chinese crossed into San Diego and surrendered to immigration agents. The El Paso sector’s Chief Patrol Agent Anthony Good told the Homeland Security Committee during a private September hearing last year that his agents suspect that the Chinese aliens are active CCP operatives, and confirmed by committee chair Mark Green (R-Tenn.)  as a “massive” concern.

Despite the potential threat that Chinese nationals represent to America, the DHS makes no attempt to detain them or no effort to locate them after border officers release them into the interior. Schumer, McConnell and Biden continue to turn a blind eye to the risks China poses, and instead are determined to pour more good money after bad into the forever Ukrainian war.

Joe Guzzardi is a Project for Immigration Reform analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at

Senate Passes Ukraine Funding Bill Without Border Protection

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