Rosenbaum Raped Five Boys; Good Shooting Kyle Rittenhouse — We’ve noted the injustice in the first degree murder charge levied against 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse for shooting three thugs in self defense on Aug. 25 during the sedition in Kenosha, Wis. While we reported the violent nature of deceased felons Joseph D Rosenbaum and Anthony M. Huber, we actually underplayed how bad Rosenbaum was.
The charges should not just be dropped against Kyle, the boy should be given a medal.
We also never reported that the gunman Kyle wounded, Gaige Grosskreutz, was also a felon with a burglary conviction.
It’s safe to say that when all shot turn out to be felons, the event is not a peaceful protest for racial justice.
And sorry for sounding paranoid but its looking more and more that the violence is organized — note that the link is from a year ago — and there is a serious attempt to undermine the vote. Why would the Democrat governors like Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer and Pennsylvania’s Tom Wolf push to ignore state law and let ballots be accepted after Election Day? Why would judges support them?
If people can’t figure out how to vote in the next 44 days, they don’t want to vote. The deadline should be held sacred by those who recognize the importance of social order and peaceful change of government.
It’s obviously not.
This is not a partisan thing. There are Democrats who love the Constitution and are fighting to avoid the upcoming turmoil. There are Republicans who want your money to keep flowing to D.C. and Silicon Valley and Wall Street and their pockets.
Yes, we dare call it sedition and say the names of Norm Eisen and George Soros.
Rosenbaum Raped Five Boys; Good Shooting Kyle Rittenhouse
Republican Workers Shot In Minneapolis Drive-by –Diontae Rayquan Wallace and Andre Conley, campaign workers for Republican congressional candidate Lacy Johnson, were shot in a drive-by shooting, Sept. 14, in Minneapolis.
Conley died in the hospital.
Johnson is seeking to unseat radical Jew-hating Muslim Democrat Ilhan Omar in Minnesota’s 5th District.
The Johnson campaign does not think the shootings were politically motivated. Nine people under the age of 18 have been shot in the city this year.
Just the same, we’ll reserve judgement until an arrest.
Bernell Trammell, 60, a Black supporter of Donald Trump, was shot in the street in Milwaukee on July 23.
Rudy Calls Out Soros DAs — Rudy Giuliani, the guy who save New York in the 1990s, finally said it loud. On this week’s Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, America’s mayor said:“Look what we have now. We have Soros-elected anarchist D.A.s They are not there to prosecute the law. They are there to undermine the law.”
He cited Philly.
“In Philadelphia, they won’t even bring a case to the D.A. (Larry Krasner). He’s so anti-police, pro criminal,” Rudy said.
“For five years Soros has been funding these but nobody has been paying attention to it,” Rudy said. “But he had a reason: It’s to undermine our government.”
In fairness, we reported this a year ago as did Laura Ingraham. Yes, Delaware County, Pa. now has a Soros DA with Jack “The Minion” Stollsteimer.
Here is Rudy’s interview with Maria. The Soros remarks start at about 1:35.
Most Violent Day In Chicago — May 31 was the most violent day in Chicago in the last 60 years with 18 killed in 24 hours. Stores were looted as police were absent. You saw the headlines right? That was sarcasm. The traditional i.e. establishment globalist media is not about telling the truth or informing the public.
Who needs police around anyway? Actually, you probably don’t if you are killing someone or looting a store.
Chester Murder Rate May Top World With Soros D.A. — Sunday’s shooting of 56-year-old Enrie Wilson, gives Chester, Pa. six murders for the year and the year is only 50 days old. If the pace stands, Chester, with a population of 34,000, will end 2020 with 44 murders.
That would be a murder rate of 131 per 100,000, which would be second in the world behind Tijuana (138 per 100,000) and by far tops in the US more than doubling that of St. Louis which had 61 per 100,000 in 2018.
Stollsteimer Ignores Murder, Victims’ Pain — Democrat Jack Stollsteimer was sworn in as Delaware County District Attorney, Jan. 6.
He bragged in Jan. 8 press release that he is dropping a 27-year-old retail theft case against David Sheppard, a Philadelphia man whose life sentence on an unrelated case was recently commuted by Governor Thomas W. Wolf.
Unrelated Jack? Why not just say what that “unrelated case” was? Sheppard was serving a life sentence for the murder of 64-year-old Thomas Brannan who was killed during the robbery of Love’s Pharmacy in the Overbrook Section of Philadelphia in which Sheppard participated.
The retail theft charge — which stems from a shoplifting at the defunct Jeans West in Springfield — was imposed last year by then D.A. Kat Copeland. It wasn’t about keeping Sheppard in prison but about giving Brannan’s survivors a chance to speak. Wolf refused to do this as the wonderful Dom Giordano pointed out on his show yesterday (Jan. 9).
The most sickening thing about the “social justice” crowd is that they can’t get that mercy and compassion and empathy apply to victims too. Sheppard didn’t pull the trigger and clemency after 25 years is not beyond the pale, but to refuse to give the survivors a chance to look Sheppard in the eye and, more importantly, make him look in their eyes is about as heartless an act law enforcement can do.
Reject Marcy’s Law Amendment — Marcy’s Law, a proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution, is on the ballot Nov. 5.
The amendment claims to give crime victims “rights” and is being supported by actor Kelsey Grammer and various politicians.
It’s wording is:
Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to grant certain rights to crime victims, including to be treated with fairness, respect and dignity; considering their safety in bail proceedings; timely notice and opportunity to take part in public proceedings; reasonable protection from the accused; right to refuse discovery requests made by the accused; restitution and return of property; proceedings free from delay; and to be informed of these rights, so they can enforce them?
The most obvious reason is the question as to why we need a difficult-to-change constitutional amendment when the issue could be addressed with far more flexibility via a statute.
The most significant reason is that the proposed amendment puts the accused in the category of criminal and cements the accuser as the victim. Not all accused are guilty. Not all accusers tell the truth. That’s why we have trials.
The most subtle reason is ballot questions are limited to 73 words but the actual amendment is 500 words and creates 15 new “rights”.
Buying something unseen is always unwise.
The clincher is the amendment is being backed by Bloomberg money. Is this going to be a gun grab?
LEO Collected Child Rape Images In Montco — Matthew Laver, 38, of Souderton, Pa. has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of distribution, receipt, and possession of child pornography, the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania announced Sept. 9.
Laver was indicted in March. He collected and distributed over the internet almost 4,000 images and videos depicting the sexual abuse of children during the last 10 years according to First Assistant United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams.
This included depictions of infants being sexually assaulted and raped.
These occurred while Laver was a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Officer.
The case was investigated by the Department of Homeland Security and the Abington Police Department, and is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Eileen Zelek and Michelle Rotella.
Mexico Paying For Wall After All — Joel Pollack on Breitbart points out that President Trump can start building the wall now and can burn through $4.5 billion before even touching the $3.6 billion from his contested national emergency declaration.
Pollack says the money available now includes $600 million from the Treasury Forfeiture Fund (Mexican drug lords), $2.5 billion from the Department of Defense to support counterdrug activities, and the $1.4 billion from the just approved budget. Only the money in the budget has restrictions, Pollack says.