CNN anchor Don Lemon is sued by a Hamptons bartender over alleged assault

Don Lemon is being sued by a Florida man who claims that the CNN anchor sexually harassed and assaulted him while out at a Hamptons hotspot.

Dustin Hice, 38, claims that he was with co-workers at Murf’s Backstreet Tavern in Sag Harbor on or around July 15, 2018, when Lemon allegedly assaulted him, detailing the incident in a complaint that was filed over the weekend in New York Supreme Court for Suffolk County court and obtained by DailyMail.com. Lemon denies the assault.

Upon recognizing Lemon, Hice made what he describes as a ‘cordial gesture’ and ‘tried to get Mr. Lemon’s attention and offered to buy Mr. Lemon a drink’.

Lemon, 53, responded to Hice’s offer by declining the drink and telling the young man he was ‘just trying to have a good time’, according to the court filing.

Things then allegedly took a bizarre and violent turn later that evening according to Hice, who is asking for damages to be determined at trial.

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Norway Parliament Extends ‘Hate Speech’ Legislation to Include Transgender

Norway’s parliament has voted to extend “Hate Speech” legislation against criticism of homosexuals—who have been “protected” since 1981—to “transgender” people. This means that a violent crime will be more harshly punished if it is considered to be motivated by hatred of transsexuals, and that it will be an offence to incite violence against them or use “dehumanizing” language against them both in public and in private [Norway outlaws hate speech against trans people, By Rachel Savage, Reuters, November 25, 2020].

“In private” would seem to imply something utterly Orwellian, making it an offense to “dehumanize” i.e. criticize transsexuals in conversations in your own home with your family, as some commentators have suggested [Norway Criminalizes Hate Speech Against Transgender People . . . In Private Homes or Conversationsby Jonathan Turley, JonathanTurley.com, November 29, 2020].

Not coincidentally, this soft totalitarianism is exactly what seems to be envisaged in the pro-immigration Scottish Nationalist Party’s very similar proposed legislation [SNP’s new hate crime law could see people prosecuted for expressing views in OWN HOMES. by Richard Percival, Express.co.uk, October 27, 2020] The bill is spearheaded by Scottish Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf (right) the son of Pakistani immigrants, and it is tempting to assume he is merely importing traditional Islamic intolerance of blasphemy. But I think it is really just the religion of multiculturalism becoming more extreme.

Having consulted a Norwegian lawyer, who naturally wishes to remain anonymous, I can tell you that, according to the law, you can receive up to three years in prison if you “incite against” or “dehumanize” a transsexual “in public.” This is broadly defined to include in publications, online, or in public places.

However, up to one year in prison can be handed down to “a person who in the presence of others purposefully or with extreme carelessness expresses something that afflicts someone present.” [The legislation can be found, in Norwegian, here or as translated by Google here].

In other words, if you have upset a transsexual in a private—such as in someone’s house or at a private party, in front of witnesses who will testify that you did this—then you can receive one year in prison in Norway. If you upset a transsexual in public, you can get three years.

Anine Kierulf, an assistant professor of law at the University of Oslo, told the Reuters news agency that the bar for prosecution is high and that “There are a lot of very hateful things you can say about the protected groups” [Norway outlaws hate speech against trans people, by Rachel Savage, Reuters, November 25, 2020].

But what “dehumanizes” is extremely subjective and this law is dangerous, more so than similar laws with regard to homosexuals or ethnic minorities, because almost all transsexuals, with the exception of the minority who experience their feelings for as long as they can remember, have very serious psychological problems.

In other words, they’re nuts. And in Norway today—and in the West in general? —they call the shots.

A tiny minority of transsexuals literally do seem to have the “wrong body.” They will feel that they are girls for as long as they can remember. But, in most cases, these feelings manifest at adolescence, as sex researcher Ray Blanchard has shown [Varieties of autogynephilia and their relationship to gender dysphoria, by Ray Blanchard, Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1993].

Prominent academics have garnered a large amount of evidence indicating that late onset transsexuality, especially to male-to-female late onset transsexuality, is a sexual fetish in which the transsexual is, in effect, sexually aroused by the idea of himself as a member of the opposite sex. In this sense, the transsexual is literally a Narcissist.

Indeed, it has been shown that “Narcissistic Personality Disorder”—in which you develop a bloated sense of self importance to cover up a fundamental sense of emptiness and despair—is very high among those who suffer from what is technically called “Gender Dysphoria.”

Consistent with this, it has been argued by one academic that the extraordinarily hostile and even violent reaction of transsexuals to scientists who do not accept that transsexuals are “born into the wrong body” is a classic example of “Narcissistic Rage”—when the Narcissist attempts to totally destroy anybody who forces him to question his own perfection; this self-perception being the only thing that stops him from sinking into the abyss of his own psychological emptiness [Shame and Narcissistic Rage in Autogynephilic Transsexualism, by Anne Lawrence, Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2008].

Is this “dehumanizing”? Surely, a case could at least be made that it is: “You are saying we are Narcissists. This will make people hate and exclude us. It is implying we are immoral.”

Considering the documented Narcissistic Rage of transsexuals, one can imagine Norwegian prosecutors being pressured to take someone to court for stating such obvious scientific facts.

Thus Norway and Scotland’s laws will prevent people from having reasonable discussions about social issues where those discussions might lead them to question the current dominant Narrative. In fact, this seems to be the point of such laws.

But it gets worse. There is large body of evidence that male-to-female transsexuals are highly masculinized. They are more likely to be autistic, to have a hand shape that betokens high testosterone, to be male, and to heterosexual (rendering them “lesbians” once they “transition”).

This is because being highly masculinized is associated with autism, which is associated with focusing on objects, and thus with fetishism.

Autism is also associated with a weak understanding of who you are. Sufferers perceive the world as huge, swirling mass of detail without clear “boundaries” and this extends to how they see themselves, resulting in a weak sense of self, changes in identity, and an intense need for control [Sense of Self in Autism, by Michael Jawer, Psychology Today, August 7, 2014].

This is why autism correlates with anorexia, as the sufferer feels they at least “control” their body [Gender Dysphoria and Transgender Identity Is Associated with Physiological and Psychological Masculinization, by Edward Dutton & Guy Madison, Sexual Research and Social Policy, 2020].

Add Narcissism, also much higher among males, into the brew and you have transsexuality.

Could pointing these things out be “dehumanizing”?

Probably not, but it has, it seems, resulted in a highly emotional response claiming that the research “risk(s) causing serious harm to already-marginalized groups” by an academic called “Reubs J. Walsh” [“Masculine” Describes Gender Expressions, Not Neurobiologies: Response to Dutton and Madison (2020), by Reubs J. Walsh, Sexual Research and Social Policy, 2020] who is, of course, a male-to-female transsexual.

But what if we add that transsexuals seem to be genetically sick—more likely that “cis” people to develop cancer, arthritis, and even deafness? [Global health burden and needs of transgender populations: a review, by Sari Reisner et al., The Lancet, 2016].

This all implies that they are high in what scientists call “mutational load” . . . compared to “cis” people, in other words, they are “mutants.”

Arguably this is “dehumanizing,” but it remains a scientific fact. It probably wouldn’t lead to prosecution—but how can you be sure?

So, just when transsexuals come to prominence, Norway passes a law which potentially interferes with rational discussion of their nature. Worse still, it passes a law that potentially makes it a crime to make this point to a transsexual in private, or even to say them within earshot of a transsexual in private.

Transsexuals must be protected from hearing the scientific truth about themselves, lest it puncture the Narcissism which allows them to get through life.

Hopefully, the Norway which has stood so valiantly against globalism, in contrast to its anti-democratic neighbour Sweden, will wake up to the danger of this law and do something about it.

Vimeo closes Christian man’s account for Sharing His Faith

A man who describes himself as a former homosexual is suing the online video platform Vimeo for closing his account after he posted videos of his Christian testimony.

Vimeo bans users from promoting “gay-conversion therapy,” or efforts to change sexual orientation.

On Monday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Stewart Aaron in Manhattan reserved a decision on a motion to dismiss the case brought by James Domen, who is now a pastor, and his California-based non-profit Church United, reported Courthouse News.

Domen alleges Vimeo shut down his account in bad faith after finding several uploads that referenced him as a “former homosexual” among a library of 89 videos.

His lawyer, Robert Tyler, argued there are dozens of videos related to sexual-orientation change efforts on Vimeo, but Domen’s were removed because he identifies as a “former homosexual.”

Michael Cheah, an attorney representing Vimeo, argued the platform makes editorial decisions about its content, meaning it’s an “active publisher” rather than a “passive conduit,” as Domen contends.

He argued the First Amendment and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protect Vimeo’s right to restrict certain content.

Videos promoting “Sexual Orientation Change Efforts” are barred but Vimeo under the umbrella company’s prohibition of “hateful, harassing, defamatory, and discriminatory content.”

A number of states, under pressure from homosexual activists, have banned such “change efforts.”

LifeSiteNews reported the videos featured Domen and others who contend such change is possible with the right help.

Vimeo puts them in the category of efforts to “harass, incite hatred, or include discriminatory or defamatory speech.”

The report said Vimeo previously threatened Pure Passion Ministries over similar content.

FBI Interviews Alleged Boy Rape Victim of Bill Clinton; Chilling Details of Sex Assaults & Satanic Rituals on Yacht

Child sex trafficking investigators from the FBI’s New York field office have conducted an interview with a victim who provided chilling details about allegedly being raped by Bill Clinton on a yacht in New England when the victim was a young boy.

“We are treating him as a victim,” an FBI official told True Pundit in New York City prior the interview with FBI.

Top FBI officials arranged the interview with the victim, who said he was raped by Bill Clinton when he was just eight years old. The interview was conducted by the FBI’s task force that was established to investigate sexual assault and sex trafficking claims linked to Jeffrey Epstein and his associates. That task force, also attached to the NYPD, remains active even though Epstein reportedly committed suicide in federal custody just weeks ago.

“We still have a job to do here and that’s what we’re doing,” one FBI official told this reporter.

The interview and the allegations against Clinton are both detailed and disturbing. We have decided to publish the video of the victim’s account in his own words which contain explosive details of the alleged assault and much more. Again, his account is graphic. Nonetheless, both I and the federal agents with knowledge of the case believe the victim is credible.

To the FBI’s credit, the Bureau handled the victim with respect and dignity during the interview. I personally escorted the victim to FBI Headquarters in Manhattan. Even though I have been a massive critic of the FBI, I was impressed with the way they treated the victim who is now in his mid-twenties. Credit the FBI here for listening and investigating.

But the road to this point was not without intrigue and tragedy.

I originally interviewed the victim with journalist Jen Moore who provided the details against Bill Clinton and other elite politicians to child trafficking specialists in DHS Department of Homeland Security and the FBI in July 2018. Moore, an advocate who investigated abused and trafficked children, had been in the process of investigating allegations by the 26-year-old man that — as a young boy — he was sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton and pimped out at private sex parties attended by other D.C. elites.

But Moore and the traumatized victim wanted to contact Homeland Security and the FBI first to see if they would open a criminal case against Clinton prior to publicizing the claims.

Four weeks after contacting the Feds, Jen Moore was found dead in a D.C. hotel room. Moore died of an apparent seizure, though her death remains suspicious and the timing — beyond disturbing. After Moore’s death, the victim, fearful for his own life, decided to not go public with that interview.

Now he is telling his story. And that is what he did for the FBI.

While in New York City, the victim supplied intelligence to federal agents including confirmation that he witnessed other children and people being sexually and physically abused and worse on numerous “boat parties.” These parties were attended by elite members of D.C. political class, according to the victim.

Prior to Jen Moore’s death I had a discussion with her in July that we should simply publish the allegations against Clinton without tipping off the Feds. The victim at that time agreed to use his full name and identity and he said he believed he was prepared to handle any blow back. But Jen Moore said she wanted to work back channels and entice the Feds to voluntarily interview the victim. She set out to do just that. See her video below where she hauntingly describes her frustration with the Feds just days before her death.

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Vimeo Yanks Christian Church’s Account for Opposing Homosexuality

The video-hosting platform Vimeo canceled the account of a church that posted videos of a Bible conference that included teaching on homosexuality. Vimeo informed Fairview Baptist Church of Edmond, Oklahoma, that the videos violated the company’s ban on posting “content that promotes Sexual Orientation Change Efforts,” reported the website Reform Charlotte. “We apologize for any […]