November 14, 2020
(updated November 19, 2020)
Published by Lee Floyd
Hundreds of thousands of freedom-loving Americans gathered in Washington D.C. to show support for President Trump amid an unprecedented election power-grab by the Democrats and communist forces. But you wouldn’t know it by watching the mainstream media. More than 360,000 joined the “Stop the Steal” organizing group (Women for Trump) on Facebook within 24 hours before it was removed by the tech giant. The fake news even put out false information that the event had been cancelled to discourage attendees. Regardless, hundreds of thousands of people, maybe over a million, showed up to support the President.
The event began at Freedom Plaza with some speeakers, chants, music and other entertainment and then Marched up Capital Hill to the Supreme Court where the steal may end up needing to be stopped so it could end up symbolic. Louie Gohmert said thatsome SCOTUS Justices will stick their finger in the air to see which way the political wind is blowing before making a decision, and the turnout for the Trump March shows them where America stands.
It was a stark contrast to the so-called ‘peaceful protests’ we saw from the left throughout the summer. Trump supporters did not destroy or burn anything. They sang the national anthem and waived American flags. Antifa thugs were there causing chaos, mostly in the evening when the numbers were more in their favor.
Fervent supporters of President Donald Trump rallied in Washington on Saturday behind his claim of a stolen election and swarmed his motorcade when he detoured for a drive-by on his way out of town.
Flag-carrying Trump supporters, some chanting “Stop the steal!” and “We are the champions!” streamed into a rallying point at Freedom Plaza near the White House in downtown Washington and were due to head toward the U.S. Supreme Court building.
The crowd was beginning to gather in the morning when cheers rang out as Trump’s limousine neared Freedom Plaza. People lined both sides of the street. Some stood just a few feet away from Trump’s vehicle; others showed their enthusiasm by running along with the caravan.
They chanted “USA, USA” and “four more years,” and many carried American flags and signs to show their displeasure with the vote tally. After making the short detour for the slow drive around the site, the motorcade headed to the president’s Virginia golf club.
The march up the 6-lane Pennsylvania Avenue was filled for the full 1.5 mile walk with many already at the Supreme Court before others left Freedom Plaza. Here’s a video I took and the video doesn’t reflect the amazing eyewitess of seeing as far as you can see in both directions of patriots marching up toward the Supreme Court.
Here’s coverage from Freedom Plaza and the Supreme Court from Right Side Broadcasting:
October 27, 2020
(updated October 29, 2020)
Published by Lee Floyd
Chinese protester He Fangmei, whose daughter grew sick after receiving faulty vaccines, has been missing since her October 9 arrest for splashing ink on a government building in protest, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported this week.
Human rights activists have expressed concerns for her safety after her disappearance.
In March 2018, He’s daughter, Li Qi, “became paralyzed and was diagnosed with a neurological disease after receiving vaccinations for hepatitis A, measles, and other illnesses,” according to Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD). Testing ultimately determined that defective vaccines were responsible for her daughter’s disability.
Li’s misfortune is not an isolated incident. The issue of fake or otherwise defective vaccines reportedly affecting hundreds of thousands of doses on the Chinese market forced Chinese dictator Xi Jinping to order an investigation in August 2018 resulting in the arrests of many high-profile biotechnology executives, including Chensheng chairwoman Gao Junfang. Chengsheng was one of China’s largest vaccine manufacturers at the time.
Following the arrests, an investigation into Chengsheng’s sale of defective vaccines revealed the company sold roughly half a million faulty doses alone, with similar sales by other companies bringing the total figure in China to over 1 million. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has struggled to address the scandal and public opinion has remained decisively negative. In early 2019, months after the scandal broke, a viral video showed an angry mob assaulting a health official in Jiangsu province.
Since her daughter’s incapacitation, He has vigorously campaigned for restitution from the Chinese authorities, accumulating an extensive arrest record in the process. Though she successfully sued the Hui county Center for Disease Control and Prevention over the issue, she faced continual harassment from local authorities and was unable to get her daughter treatment in Beijing, RFA reported.
In footage, filmed by a local man, Wallace is shown charging at two officers who back away from him with their guns drawn.
One cop can be heard saying: “Put the knife down, put the knife down.”
Walter Wallace was rushed to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center where he died.
Walter Wallace Sr. said his son was shot 10 times, adding that he was mentally ill and also a young father.
“Why didn’t they use a taser?” the distraught father told the outlet. “His mother was trying to diffuse the situation. Then you’re going to shoot him down like he’s a mother f—ing animal.”
A video posted to Twitter shows angry bystanders yelling at the police and multiple shell casings on the street.
Another video posted by a bystander shows Wallace walking towards the officers while they’re drawing their guns at him.
Witnesses told the Inquirer the man was carrying a knife but didn’t lunge at the officers.
Resident Mark Halloway said Wallace’s mother chased after him and begged cops not to shoot.
“I’m yelling, ‘put down the gun, put down the gun,’ and everyone is saying, ‘don’t shoot him, he’s gonna put it down, we know him,’” he told the outlet.
The officers’ names were not released. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said an investigation is underway.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said he spoke with Wallace’s family.
“My prayers are with the family and friends of Walter Wallace,” he said in a statement. “ I look forward to a speedy and transparent resolution for the sake of Mr. Wallace, his family, the officers, and for Philadelphia.”
Walter Wallace, the mentally ill Philadelphia man whose death sparked riots in cities across the US, had a long history of violent run-ins with the law — and was a newlywed about to have his ninth child, according to reports.
Mugshots of Walter Wallace
Wallace had also been in and out of court for nearly a decade, with convictions for crimes including resisting arrest and robbery, the paper said.
Wallace was first arrested at age 13 after assaulting one of his teachers.
He had been arrested in March after he allegedly threatened his child’s mother over the phone, saying, “I’ll shoot you and that house up,” NBC said.
In 2019, he was charged with resisting arrest by “kicking the windows and door panels of a police patrol car.”
In 2016, during a robbery, he allegedly grabbed a woman by the neck and held what she believed to be a gun to her head, NBC said, citing court records. He was sentenced to 11 to 23 months behind bars, WPVI said.
His mother had a protective order against him in 2013 which he allegedly violated when he “threw water in her face and punched her in the face” and “threatened to return and shoot” her, the reports said, again citing court records.
That same year, he pleaded guilty to assault and resisting arrest after punching a police officer in the face, WPVI said. That same year, a judge also ordered a psychiatric evaluation along with mental health treatment, the reports said.
The aspiring rapper’s music also heavily featured guns and rhymes about shooting people, including police, the station noted.
Philadelphia’s police commissioner, Danielle Outlaw, said the investigation into his police shooting would look into whether any of the officers had previous run-ins with Wallace.
The media, which has done everything in their power to either ignore or cover-up the BLM riots in Philly, chose to use what appears to be a high school prom photo of Wallace in their stories — which didn’t dare use the “R-word” (i.e. riots) despite having over a dozen mugshots at their disposal.
The family of Walter Wallace Jr. is remembering him as a family man, father and husband in the aftermath of him being shot and killed by police in West Philly, launching unrest in the city overnight. https://t.co/YwoAdw7n18pic.twitter.com/FeOHYG97dc
People who witnessed the shooting, including a man who filmed the altercation, are demanding answers as to why police officers chose to use deadly force.
He was already a dad to eight kids, and his new wife — one of those who told cops that Wallace had bipolar disorder — is expecting his latest child as soon as this week, the paper said.
The others are “all school-aged children” who now “have to grow up knowing that the police officers killed [their] father,” one of Wallace’s cousins, Anthony Fitzhugh, told NBC Philadelphia.
Wallace’s family members, including his father, who witnessed the shooting, are “never going to be the same again,” Fitzhugh said. “They actually sat and watched their son literally get murdered,” he told NBC.
Police had been called to his home dozens of times in recent months, including twice Monday before they returned a third time when he was shot, sources told the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Since May, police had received 31 calls about the address — including reports of someone with a weapon as well as assaults, sources told the paper.
Riots, Looting broke out hours after the shooting and continued Tuesday
Protests and riots developed Monday in parts of Philadelphia following the death and continued for a second day Tuesday. The evening began with a large, peaceful protest in west Philadelphia’s Malcolm X park, just blocks away from where Wallace was shot. Protesters chanted “Black Lives Matter” and took turns giving speeches as others attended a memorial where the incident occurred, releasing blue and white balloons into the sky at one point. Bouts of infighting occasionally broke up the peace, and the marching group quickly split into two, with one crowd breaking off to head towards a police precinct. That crowd was soon met by a wall of police officers, and an hours-long standoff would ensue.
This group has reached a barrier and a LOT of police. There’s a precinct up the road — I assume they are blocking that off pic.twitter.com/RUkPMK5ZPG
Meanwhile, just over 10 miles away within Philadelphia, mass unrest and looting overwhelmed police officers on a busy shopping street in the Port Richmond neighborhood. Reporters witnessed stores such as Walmart and Dollar Tree being broken into as clumps of police officers watched nearby, unable to adequately respond.
The situation proved dangerous and tense, and an “every-man-for-himself” attitude seemed to ensue as roughly 1,000 people sprinted across parking lots and through broken storefronts.
As looters ran through the aisles of Five Below, several targeted Blaze TV reporter Elijah Schaffer, punching him repeatedly for filming the scene, footage from on the ground shows. Meanwhile, some people ran about, stealing some items and throwing others to the floor.
Inside the Dollar Tree, a few rioters simply opted for destruction, knocking over displays of mugs and eyeglasses. Police would occasionally speed through the parking lots with sirens on, crunching over the broken glass and flattening goods left behind amid the unrest.
The occasional police presence prompted the swarms of looters to sprint out of the stores en masse, often hopping into vehicles with getaway drivers waiting, engines always running — but the peace would never last long.
Several stores were looted again as officers left to respond to other incidents, with the crowd taking advantage of the intermittent police response. One policewoman indicated that they were extremely understaffed to respond to such a mass of people. Many looters were able to go up and down the busy road for hours.
The mass looting affected multiple businesses on Aramingo Avenue, with cars peeling in and out of strip mall parking lots after filling vehicles with stolen goods. Some people wheeled out entire shopping carts full of items, while others kept it small – one man appeared to opt for two grey pillows, a Caller reporter saw. Another man quickly wheeled a washing machine through one of the parking lots.
As the looting wore on, police began to respond in larger groups, shutting down parts of the street and returning to the storefronts after idling for a time in front of a gas station down the road. Reporters saw few interactions between police and looters, with looters almost always successfully fleeing the scene.
Philadelphia police commanders called the evening on Aramingo Avenue “a total loss,” according to CBS3 reporter Joe Holden. The National Guard, which was reportedly deployed earlier Tuesday in preparation for continuing unrest, was not spotted by reporters on the ground throughout the entire evening.
After looters fled the area for the last time Tuesday, large bouts of destruction would remain on Aramingo Avenue. Broken glass, empty shelves and knocked over goods served as leftovers from the unrest – as alarm systems continued to blare out late into the evening, with cop car lights finally serving as a backdrop.
Around 29 others suffered minor injuries after rocks, bricks, and other projectiles were hurled at them, per a police preliminary report. Garments and other goods were strewn across the streets along with glass from two ATM cash machines which had been smashed in. In all, 30 businesses were looted and some destroyed. Multiple fires also raged while five police cars and one fire department vehicle were vandalized, according to NBC Philadelphia.
Also, about 200 protesters met in Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn, NY before snaking their way through the streets, vandalizing police vehicles, torching an American flag and igniting at least one rubbish fire during their travels, according to footage posted to social media by video journalist Issa Khari. “Burn the precinct to the ground, every city, every town!” the group, mainly clad in black, chanted as they marched near Boerum Place and Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Near Willoughby and Jay streets, several protesters chucked rocks and bottles at police officers, sources said. Others in the group wielded pieces of wood.
Video shows a truck crashing into an unidentified female cop, 56, as the vehicle charged towards a line of officers before 1am today. The police officer sustained a broken leg in addition to several other injuries, local media reports. Demonstrators began throwing bricks, trash cans and other objects at officers during the chaos which included fires being lit in the streets.
The female cop who was struck by the speeding black truck was rushed to a hospital. Local media reported that multiple officers were hit by the truck – though only one is seen lying on the ground in the footage.
According to a report from NBC, Walter Wallace Jr.’s cousin called looters “thieves and opportunists.” “They’re stealing because they have the opportunity to go and steal. Do not put my cousin’s name on that. Not one of his family members are out there participating in any of it.”
On Tuesday Democrat Governor Tom Wolf suggested the mass riots were peaceful protests and said the National Guard was sent in to protect the rioters and looters right to peacefully assemble:
[…] The office of Gov. Tom Wolf said earlier Tuesday that several hundred National Guard personnel were being deployed in the city “to protect the right to peacefully assemble and protest while keeping people safe.” The decision was made at the request of Philadelphia County, his office said. (read more)
October 16, 2020
(updated October 21, 2020)
Published by Lee Floyd
In horrific ongoing killings (there were over 400 in 2017) that have been ignored by the mainstream media, special thanks to The Sun for the below report.
(The Sun) Horrific killings of farmers, where victims were sexually assaulted, tortured and strung up on poles, have sparked outrage in South Africa.
In one of the cases, a female farm manager was sexually assaulted and strangled by two gunmen at her farm.
In a separate brutal attack on a farm manager 290km away, a man was tied to a pole and tortured before being repeatedly stabbed and then strangled.
And, in a third incident, a gang of nine attackers allegedly threatened to rape a farmer’s young children if he didn’t cooperate and give them what they wanted.
Farm manager Chantel Kershaw, 44, was ambushed by two armed men as she helped load a lawnmower onto a truck, The Sun reports.
They then held her down and strangled her in the garage of her farm at Delmas east of Johannesburg and left her lying on the ground before pistol whipping her mother.
Distraught mum Greta Spiers, 65, was restrained as the farm was looted and a maid locked in a bathroom before they fled the scene in the family’s white Chevrolet station wagon.
Local neighbourhood watch farmers forced the stolen vehicle off the road in a high-speed chase after being alerted by the murdered woman’s mum and captured the suspects.
A worker at the farm who was stripped and tied up by the armed raiders was later arrested after the mobile phone numbers of the two arrested men were found in his phone.
The three men appeared before Delmas Magistrates Court charged with armed robbery, theft and murder and were refused bail and have been remanded in custody for trial.
Police spokesman Brigadier Leonard Hiathi said, “Chantel asked an employee to help her load a lawnmower into a truck when she suddenly saw two armed men inside her yard.
“They told the employee to take his clothes off and tied him up and then attacked the woman who was screaming for help and strangled her and then went into the house.
“The victim’s mother was assaulted with a firearm and the house was robbed.
“A high-speed chase ensued between the suspects and the neighbourhood watch group which resulted in the suspects overturning their vehicles and crawling out to escape.
“But they were caught and handed over to the police who opened a case of robbery and murder and a firearm was recovered and ammunition and a bloodstained jacket.”
In a separate murder, farm manager Brendin Horner, 21, was attacked and brutally tortured before being stabbed three times then strangled after being strung up from a pole.
The horrific attack happened at the De Rots Farm in Paul Roux in Free State province 180 miles away from the earlier murder and he was said to have gone through a horrific ordeal.
Police spokesman Brigadier Montansi Makheli said Mr Horner failed to arrive home after finishing work and was reported missing and was found at 6am the next day murdered.
His blood-soaked body showed horrific signs of torture and multiple stabbings and a knife was found nearby on his cap and he was found strung up to a pole and declared dead.
Two men have been arrested and charged with murder and are due in court tomorrow.
Gilly Scheepers who owns the farm where Mr Horner was murdered said, “He worked for me for a year before he was brutally murdered but this is sensitive and I am not commenting.”
In a third incident, Paul da Cruz, his wife and four children – three girls and one boy aged between 6 and 18 – were attacked on their farm in Westonaria in Gauteng on Friday morning.
Da Cruz told Netwerk24 his children and his wife were directly threatened with rape and he wanted them to undergo trauma counselling as soon as possible.
On Saturday, one of his daughters reportedly asked him what it would look like if she were shot in the head.
Agricultural strategist Dr Jaco De Villiers has described the latest murders as part of a “war against food production” in the country and said that his murder was “slaughter”.
He told TimesLive: “How do you murder someone and hang him on a pole for everyone to see? This was a clear message to all farmers. Farm killings have to stop right now.”
Dr Jane Buys, safety and risk analyst of Free State Agriculture, told the paper: “The senseless killings cannot be allowed with the brutality in which they are executed.
“It is not clear what the motive for this murder is. There cannot be any justification for killing a person who provides food security. Something has to be done to stop it.”
Pressure group Agri SA said that on average a farm where a farmer is violently attacked will be abandoned for up to five years until someone takes it on and restarts production.
They said that means dozens of workers and dependants losing their livelihoods.
AfriForum spokesman Marius Muller who speaks for the civil rights organisation protecting minority groups in South Africa said the farmers need better police protection.
He said, “This is yet another dark day in the history of South Africa for farmers and those with small holdings and the murder of these two farmers was totally unnecessary.
“These were both premeditated and horrific attacks on innocent farmers who look after and care for their workers and whose jobs may now be put in jeopardy by these murders.”
Each day in South Africa an average of 60 people are murdered but although the number of farmers killed averages 75 a year, their deaths are usually horrific and brutal.
Their killers often torture their victims and rape the female members in the house before finally murdering their victims.
South African White Farmers, Black Protesters Face Off Over Farm Murder
SENEKAL, South Africa (Reuters) – White South African farmers and Black protesters hurled abuse and threats at each other on Friday during a court hearing in a murder case that has exposed still simmering racial tensions 26 years after the end of apartheid.
The killing of Brendan Horner, a white man whose body was found tied to a pole at his farm in Free State province, sparked riots at the start of this month, and prompted President Cyril Ramaphosa to appeal to South Africans to “resist attempts … to mobilise communities along racial lines”.
The farmers outside the courthouse in the town of Senekal accused the government of failing to protect them from violent crime. Their opponents, from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), complained about what they see as the continued domination of South Africa’s economy by whites, while many Black South Africans remain as poor as they did under apartheid.
EFF leader Julius Malema sat inside the courtroom in which the two murder suspects filed a request for bail during Friday’s hearing. The judge adjourned the case until Oct. 20.
Afterwards, Malema told a rally of thousands, “don’t be confused by the so-called farm murders”, adding that many more Black South Africans were victims of violent crime.
“Those are the ones who deserve our sympathy, not the old, white racists. We don’t want to kill (the) white man. We want equality.”
EFF supporter Khaya Langile, from Soweto, said, “I’m here because of white people … taking advantage of us.”
TIRED OF MURDERS
Earlier, police separated the two groups with razor wire in one street, but despite the noisy standoff there was no violence.
“There have been indications of tensions but by and large all of them took a decision that they did not want to see violence,” State Security minister Ayanda Dlodlo said outside the court.
The farmers mostly wore khaki shirts and shorts, a few wore military outfits, and at least one was armed. A group on motorbikes sporting long beards drove through Senekal, some waving flags emblazoned with crosses.
“We are getting tired now of all the farm murders,” said Geoffrey Marais, 30, a white livestock trader from Delmas, where a woman was strangled to death two weeks ago.
“Enough is enough. They (the government) must start to prioritise these crimes.”
Murders of white farmers make up a small fraction of the total in South Africa, which has the world’s fifth highest murder rate. In the 2019/20 financial year there were 21,325 murders across the country, of which 49 were white farmers, according to police statistics.
The farmers also feel threatened by a government plan to expropriate white-owned land without compensation as part of an effort to redress economic inequalities that remain stark a quarter of a century after the end of apartheid.
Roughly 70% of privately-owned farmland in South Africa is owned by whites, who make up less than 9% of the country’s population of 58 million.
(Editing by Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Gareth Jones and Giles Elgood)
September 23, 2020
(updated September 25, 2020)
Published by Lee Floyd
Protests erupted across the country Wednesday night after a Kentucky grand jury announced its decision to not bring murder charges against officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. The democrats, the media, including sports coverage, and late night hosts had been pushing a false narrative for weeks following her death. The Democratic candidate for president, Joe Biden, and his running mate, Kamala Harris, tweeted the street slogan, “Say Her Name,” amid a wave of raucous and sometimes violent protests from coast to coast.
The media claimed Breonna Taylor was shot during a “no knock” warrant – False.
The media claimed Breonna Taylor was shot in her bed – False.
The media claimed Breonna Taylor was murdered – False.
Everything the media and lawyer Ben Crump claimed about the death of Breonna Taylor and the circumstances around her death was based on lies.
The truth had finally emerged about Breonna Taylor’s death 6 months earlier in March 2020. It turns out (surprise!) that the Democrat party — in Congress, in the media, and on the streets — had been lying. Taylor was not a completely innocent woman whom racist police slaughtered in her bed during a no-knock raid. Instead, she was the victim of her poor choices in men: her friendship with a local drug kingpin justified the raid, and her boyfriend’s decision to open fire on police who had knocked and identified themselves led to her shooting. That certainly doesn’t mean she deserved to die, but it explains why she did.
The case begins with Breonna’s ex-boyfriend, Jamarcus Glover. The Louisville Courier-Journal delved deeply into that relationship, while the following is a summary. Glover is an accused drug-trafficker who is believed to be part of a large drug-trafficking and weapons-trafficking ring in Louisville. According to an affidavit, Glover went to Taylor’s apartment in January, left the apartment holding a package, and went straight to a “known drug house.”
That wasn’t Glover’s only trip to Breonna’s apartment. Police had placed a tracking device on Glover’s car, which showed he made frequent trips to her apartment, leading police to believe that her apartment was a holding place for drugs and money. Glover was also heard telling someone that Taylor handled his money, although there is no evidence that this statement was true.
Taylor also seemed familiar with Glover’s world of drugs. When he was arrested in January, he called to ask her to locate an associate who could post bail. She answered that the associate was “already at the trap,” slang for a drug-trafficking house. On another occasion, Taylor posted a $2,500 bond for Darreal Forest, another man who police suspect was involved in the drug ring.
The Courier-Journal has still more evidence of the close connection between Glover and Taylor. That’s why the police got a warrant to search Taylor’s house. Whether or not Taylor was involved in the drug and weapons ring, she ran with a bad crowd. She would have done well to heed Aesop, who warned, “If you choose bad companions, no one will believe that you are anything but bad yourself.” Taylor didn’t choose any more wisely when it came to her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. He was the reason the police shot Breonna.
Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron held a press conference on September 23rd, explaining all of the grand jury’s findings. The most important one was that the police did not do a no-knock raid. That was what everyone was told to justify why Breonna’s boyfriend, Walker, shot at the police when they entered the apartment:
Evidence shows that officers both knocked and announced their presence at the apartment. The officers’ statements about their announcement are corroborated by an independent witness who was near in a proximity to apartment four. In other words, the warrant was not served as a no-knock warrant.
When Walker and Taylor did not answer the door, the officers broke the door. Sergeant Mattingly entered, saw Walker with a gun pointed at him, and felt himself get shot. It happened that quickly. Walker confirmed that he fired the first shot, and ballistics shows his bullet wounded Mattingly.
At that point, all of the officers opened fire. As a reminder, they did it because one of their own had taken a bullet, and they all knew that they were in a kill or be killed situation. Moreover, the barrage of bullets they fired (32 bullets) was appropriate. The magical single shot that takes out the bad guy in Hollywood movies doesn’t exist. Once you start shooting, you must shoot to end the threat completely.
Six of the bullets struck Breonna. It’s telling that none hit Walker. Had he run away or hidden behind her? Or was she just very unlucky? Cameron doesn’t say.
Concerning the fatal shots, Cameron debunks another lie. The media claimed that Breonna was in bed, implying a passive figure whom the police massacred. In fact, Taylor was standing at Walker’s side, and she knew or should have known that Walker was armed:
Sergeant Mattingly identified two individuals standing beside one another at the end of the hall, a male and a female. In his statement, he says that the male was holding a gun, arms extended in a shooting stance.
Both Cameron and the grand jury showed real bravery in refusing to indict police officers who did everything by the book, only to find themselves under fire. Although she did not deserve to die, the fact is that Breonna made terrible choices when it came to the men in her life. These choices started a chain reaction that ended with her dying almost instantly from one of the six bullets that hit her.
One officer, Brett Hankison, who did not shoot any person, was charged with “wonton endangerment” for haphazardly firing 10 shots that entered the adjacent apartment unit. A week earlier, the city of Louisville said it would pay $12 million to Ms. Taylor’s estate as part of a legal settlement with her family. The agreement also required the city to implement policy changes, including a mandate for police commanders to approve all search warrants in spite of the fact that the officers did everything by the book except one officer had to fire in defense from an angle that endangered an adjacent apartment.
Worse, we have a Marxist media (outside of Tucker Carlson and a few) who have withheld the facts and lied about the situation because they, or the owners of these paid propaganda outlets, want to create race riots to divide America. Divide and conquer. Rebuild, not from the bottom (people) up (elected officials), but from the top (authoritarians), down (slaves). Officials in Kentucky allowed months of false claims to be made surrounding the shooting without correcting the media reporting.
As with the Trayvon Martin case…. and as with the Michael Brown case….. and as with the Freddie Gray case…. everything pushed by the media about the Breonna Taylor case was based on lies. The media will now refuse to admit the truth and will now spin the narrative to claim they never reported incorrectly. Absolutely ridiculous.
Violent protests erupted in Louisville, Kentucky in the wake of grand jury’s ruling. Officers in Louisville declared the protests as an unlawful assembly stating, “There will be officers here until you fully disperse. If you do not do so, we will release chemical agents and you may get arrested.”
As objects continued to be thrown, someone shouted, “Get em’! Fu*k em’ up!” Rioters took little time to begin targeting local businesses in Louisville. Rioters were seen knocking over umbrellas, chairs and tables over at a local business. During that time someone yelled, “No, no, no, no, don’t vandalize it! No!”
The Louisville police conducted nearly 100 arrests overnight as protests engulfed the city. According to a police statement cited by AP, protesters attempted to wreak havoc in the city, loot local businesses and jump on city vehicles. Several protesters were arrested for curfew violations after refusing orders to disperse, the statement adds. Linda Sarsour was one of the riot organizers.
The police also said that the lives of the two officers shot during the demonstration were not threatened. The BLM violent rioter was arrested the following day. Reuters responded to news of cops being shot by claiming the Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots were “mostly peaceful” protests until gunshots “rang out” in the midst of a “skirmish” between “protesters” and “heavily armed police.” One could read such a line and assume it was “heavily armed police” who attacked and shot “peaceful” protesters which would be untrue.
National File reported that an employee of the Bail Project, Holly Zoller, was caught handing out shields and other equipment to potential rioters from a U-Haul truck in Louisville just prior to the announcement to not prosecute the officers for murder.
The organisation that Zoller works for, the Bail Project, opposes cash bail, and claims that paying bail for those in jail is an “act of resistance against a system that criminalizes race and poverty.” The Bail Project has been funded by the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey. In June, Dorsey’s #startsmall intiative teamed up with Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation, to donate $11 million to organisations that “advance racial equity, with a focus on criminal justice and policing reform.” The Bail Project was a recipient of these funds, along with Black Lives Matter.
Intelwave, the account that exposed Zoller initially, was temporarily suspended from Twitter for identifying her, with Twitter determining one of his tweets violated their rules on “posting private information.”
National File also noted that the group has ties to George Soros:
The Bail Project also has ties to George Soros, the founder of the Open Society Foundation. At least two employees of the Bail Project are or were “Soros Justice Fellows.” According to the Open Society Foundation’s website, “the Soros Justice Fellowships fund outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system.”
Riots also broke out in other major cities that have experienced continued protests. A building started to burn in Portland and a police headquarters entrance was on fire in St. Louis. In Denver, a crowd of rioters swarmed around a car yelling ‘get this mot*erfu*ker out of here!’ and things started to escalate as someone kicked the side of the car and the people inside drive off. A Black police officer was confronted by 2 masked protested in Los Angeles who were pointing in the officers face and taunting him. Calling him a ‘bit*h’ as well as stating, “You nervous, ni**a? You a bit*h!”
(LifeSiteNews) – Drag queens are deliberately “grooming” the next generation to accept LGBT ideology when they read to children in public libraries at drag queen “story hour” events, a U.S. drag queen admitted. Dylan Pontiff, a drag queen who helped organize one of these story hour events for children as young as three at the Lafayette Public Library in early October, is shown in a video making that shocking admission to the Lafayette City-Parish Council in Louisiana during a Sept. 17 meeting. “This is going to be the … Read More
Satyendra Dubey exposed the highway construction projects in India by NHAI in 2003. He revealed some of the fraud and substandard projects of NHAI and lettered it to the current Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee. He was a Civil Engineer from IIT Kanpur and worked as a Project Director in Indian Engineering Service (IES) in NHAI, Jharkhand. On the early morning of the 27th November 2003 he was shot dead due to exposing corruption in government system. He was only 30 … Read More
The Lair of Bin Laden is a fictoid that originated in the highly-enterprising British press on November 27th, 2001. The chronology is as follows. On November 26th, the New York Times carried a story based on the account of an a ex-Russian soldier, Viktor Kutsenko, who had served in Afghanistan in the nineteen-eighties in which he claimed that there had seen an elaborate cave complex in Zhawar with “iron doors” that contained ” a bakery, a hotel with overstuffed furniture, a hospital with an ultrasound machine, a library, … Read More
The murders of Moscone and City Supervisor had all the earmarks of mind control. Dan White, their assassin, had been a paratrooper in the 173rd Airborne Division, in which capacity he served in Vietnam. He was discharged from Fort Bragg in 1967, returned to San Francisco and joined the police department. He lived in Sausalito, drove a Porsche and generally lived far beyond his means. In 1972 he gave it all up and took a vacation since known as White’s “missing year.” Back in San Francisco, he joined … Read More
American philosopher, diplomat, and educator, Nicholas Murray Butler, in an address delivered before the Union League of Philadelphia said, “The old world order changed when this war-storm broke. The old international order passed away as suddenly, as unexpectedly, and as completely as if it had been wiped out by a gigantic flood, by a great tempest, or by a volcanic eruption. The old world order died with the setting of that day’s sun and a new world order is being born while I speak, with birth-pangs so terrible that it seems almost … Read More