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Friday, May 25, 2018

Nice Gun stops Nasty Gun at restaurant shooting--man with nasty gun dead

Oklahoma City -- a man with a gun "opened fire" Thursday in an Oklahoma restaurant and shot four people. Another man, a bystander with a legal firearm, ended the apparent carnage by shooting the shooter dead, police said.

The gunfire began around 6:30 p.m. local time at Louie's on the Lake [not to be confused with Sloppy Louis by Pier 17 in Manhattan--I recommend the latter but you need to accept that the waiters are going to be nasty as per their schtick].

The yet-to-be identified shooter entered the establishment and opened fire for no apparent reason. The police said that he "was apparently shot-to-death by an armed citizen" outside the restaurant and there was no indication of terrorism, but they had to mention that because that's the first thing you think about when their doesn't seem to be a reason other than religious jihad.

Last month, there was another shooting in Tennessee in which a suspect opened fire at a Waffle House, killing four people. A man inside the Waffle House confronted the shooter and disarmed him. He ran like a cat on fire but was arrested the following day.

In this shooting, two people were hospitalized and are expected to survive.

The only confirmed fatality is the shooter, police reported. 

It's also not known whether the shooter knew his victims, but if he didn't, you can bet his first or last name starts with a consonant, quite likely the 13th letter in the alphabet.

A other and daughter, described by law enforcement as "innocent customers" who were there for a birthday celebration, were shot, according to a KOCO reporter.

David Holt, Oklahoma City's Mayor, tweeted that he is "in touch with the City Manager & the Police Chief" and "as OCPD has reported, the suspect is dead."

Ironically, a nice gun saved further tragedy from a nasty gun.


Amazon sells jihiad recruitment 'literature' and bomb-making manual.

The case for waterboarding
Hey all you terrorists out there looking to explode on the scene, Amazon's
got the deals for you.

If you don't know much about jihad but want to learn more, you can now go over to Amazon and get your meaty little hands jihad books and even a sadistic Osama bin Laden novel, or a bomb-making manual with a step-by-step guide on how to kill your neighbors. 

And there are other interesting terror-related reading material for the religious psychopath in you.

But wait. If you order today, you can have it delivered by tomorrow with Amazon's popular next-day delivery. Just don't return the items because Amazon will be banning frequent 'returners' from ordering in the future. Of course, if you've elected to become a suicide bomber, this probably won't matter to you.

In the UK, Labour MP John Mann said, "This is Amazon giving assistance to terrorists and putting lives at risk."

Jake Wallis Simons of DailyMail.com writes:
Amazon is selling terrorist recruitment material and bomb-making manuals including a sadistic novel by Osama Bin Laden and jihadi books banned in British prisons, a MailOnline investigation has revealed.
The online retailer offers titles by jailed clerics and those expelled from Britain, leading to accusations that it is spreading the jihadi's message for them.
Many of the books, which have radicalised thousands of international terrorists, are available for next-day delivery. Some can be downloaded instantly as Kindle editions anywhere in the world.
The inflammatory titles are sold by third parties using Amazon's platform, allowing them global reach and lending them an aura of legitimacy.
Britain is going ahead with a full investigation into the matter.

It is still quite possible that heads will roll.


Cultural appropriator Rachel Dolezal hit with felony theft charge


Rachel Dolezal, the former Caucasian and NAACP chapter leader who left "the cause" because her white parents revealed her Caucasianness, is now facing a felony theft charge in Washington state after allegedly making false statements to get her greedy hands on nearly $9,000 in food and childcare assistance.

The charges against Dolezal, who now goes by the African name Nkechi Diallo [in honor of Amadou Diallo, who was shot by police after running from a crime scene and aiming his wallet at them in the dark, thus making them believe he was aiming a handgun at them] was initially reported by KHQ-TV.

Court documents reveal that investigators in Washington state's Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) began looking into the white black woman's finances in March 2017 after she published an autobiography titled: "In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World." 

Apparently, the left has no problem with Dolezal pretending she's black, but if a conservative even so much as wore a dashiki or any other African garb, they'd be all over them for cultural appropriation. [See also Elizabeth Warren.]

Kyle Bunge, a DSHS investigator said the white black Dolezal claimed "her only source of income was $300 per month in gifts from friends." 

But like "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor," it was a lie. The DSHS found she had deposited about $84,000 into her bank account between August 2015 and September 2017, in an attempt to "stick it to the man" as she never reported it.

According to the investigation, the money came from gullible people buying her book and how she was a victim of "the system." Some of the money also was alleged to have come from "the sale of her art, soap, and handmade dolls." The dolls came complete with pins and depicted old white men that looked curiously like her father, a man of Germanic descent.

Authorities say the white black woman illegally received $8,747 in food assistance and $100 in child care assistance from August 2015 through November 2017. She is evidently too smug and self-assured to think she would ever get caught.

The white black Dolezal did report a "change of circumstance" to the agency saying she did a one-time-job in October 2017 worth $20,000, according to court documents. The DSHS report states that Dolezal told investigators in April she had "fully disclosed her information" and declined to answer any further questions.

The racially confused Dolezal is also charged with perjury and making a false verification for public assistance.

Besides being fired from the Spokane NAACP, an actual black organization, she was also fired from a police ombudsman commission and her teaching African studies at Eastern Washington University.

Last year, Dolezal told the Associated Press that she still identifies as black, although she isn't. Her mentally ill thinking that flies in the face of reality and science was, "People didn't seem able to consider that maybe both were true. Okay, I was born to white parents, but maybe I had an authentic black identity."

Of course, Netflix jumped on her story, the mentally questionable story of her life. Now that they've hired Barack, that may have influenced the decision to run with it. 

Of course "The Rachel Divide" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in liberal New York last month, where Robert De Nero is hoping President Trump will show up so he can "punch him right in the nose."

And liberals still call themselves peaceful and conservatives 'science deniers'.

#PeopleWhoIdenftifyAsBlackButAreWhiteLivesMatter


Porn star's shyster lawyer takes a powder from CNN

Anti-Trump porn actress was given the key to the city of West Hollywood, Stormy Daniels, had consensual sex, one time, with Donald Trump in 2006 while he was married and his wife was pregnant with their son Barron. 

That's not a great example of morality, and I don't support his behavior, but Trump wasn't elected to be our moral champion; he was elected to run the country and undo the leftist policies of his predecessor. And he is doing it, which is infuriating the left.

Donald Trump paid $130,000 through his attorney, Michael Cohen, and had her agree to a nondisclosure agreement. 

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, hired Michael Avenatti, a questionable lawyer, to represent her against Trump in a case involving a nondisclosure agreement signed by the president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, before the 2016 election. Clifford sued Trump and Cohen to argue that the agreement is invalid.

Since going public, Avenatti has made 174 TV appearances, with 74 of those on CNN. But for some reason, he has gone MIA amid newfound scrutiny of his sordid past.

A federal bankruptcy court judge in Southern California order his law firm, in which he is the manager, to pay $10,000,000 to an attorney who claimed Avenatti's firm screwed him on a first installment of a $4,850,000 settlement. People labeled Avenatti as a "tax cheat" on social media.

This was just the latest setback for the shyster lawyer. He may need to write about his experience with Stormy to help make ends meet. Perhaps he can call it: "How I Made it Big With Stormy."

Avenatti didn't appear on CNN Tuesday or Wednesday, marking a drastic change in venue for the Charlatan News Network.

In order to sound like a sympathetic character, Avenatti had to concoct a story about his absence. "I am scheduled to be on a number of networks, including CNN. I have been dealing with some medical issues for a close family member that I am caring for," he told Fox News when asked about his absence from CNN.

In an effort to cover his tracks, after he spoke to Fox News, the intrepid lawyer went to Twitter: "Now this is FUNNY," he began in Trump-like capitalization fashion. "Just got an inquiry from @foxnews wanting to know why I haven't been on TV that much lately. They are clearly looking to claim that something must be wrong with me or the networks must not want me. This, after criticizing me for being on TV too much. #priceless."

CNN refused to respond when asked about his absence from their failing network.

On Wednesday, Avenatti locked his Twitter account, which has more followers than CNN, which isn't saying too much. He claimed he wants control over who sees his tweets--but of course, that makes no sense since he had no control over who saw him on CNN.

I have no doubt that Avenatti is a dishonest as the scorpion was to the frog.

All he really seems to want is fame and the fortunes of those he's screwed over.

One CNN insider told Fox News that CNN "might as well lay off its whole reporting staff and save millions of dollars" since Avenatti's "takeover" of the network. Last week, Avenatti was seen partying at the fabulous weekend home of Don Lemon.

CNN's bald-headed stooge, Brian Stelter said of Avenatti on "Reliable Sources," [whose title is the definition of an oxymoron] "I do think there is a legitimate question about whether Avenatti has been overexposed by being on television almost every day."

The only person in this saga who has been overexposed is Stormy Daniels, but that's how she makes her living.

On an ironic note, CNN's political analyst Ryan Lizza, tweeted his disdain for Avenatti's recent Twitter actions, which include his being blocked along with other reporters, from viewing his tweets.

"Lol. Michael Avenatti is such a champion of the press, truth, and the First Amendment that he blocks reporters covering him after mildly critical tweets and then pretends he didn't do it," Lizza wrote after Avenatti lied about not purposely blocking him.

"It's not credible that it was inadvertent--you blocked me & other reporters [sic] mins after critical tweets," Lizza shot back.

Media editor Jon Levine of TheWrap wrote: "I would urge everyone to read in which Michael Avenatti says he 'inadvertently' blocked a reporter. This could be heading into Joy Reid territory."

The sleazy lawyer recently threatened to take legal action against reporters who reported unfavorable news about him, including The Daily Caller, The Hollywood Reporter and Law and Crime. He also spoke down to a Los Angeles Times reporter who wrote that Avenatti was hit with a $10 millin judgment in bankruptcy court.

"Over blown. Sensational reporting at its finest. Check the facts next time please and report accurately," Avenatti wrote, without providing a single fact to dispute the reporter.

Hopefully this will be the last we'll hear of Avenatti and his porn queen. Or maybe he too will receive a key to West Hollywood like his client.



Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Leftist media, most who never ran a business, angry at NFL business decision

Liberal media people, most of whom never ran a business or headed a company, are angry over a decision made by the National Football League's decision to combat national anthem protests, thereby combatting huge losses in revenue.

The libtards took to Twitter Wednesday and were outraged of the new policy that would punish a club if its players do not "stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem."

And the country and the men and women who died protecting their right no show disrespect.

Hey, the NFL is a business. Any business has the right to make policies that may challenge the rights of citizens WHEN THEY ARE WORKING FOR THAT COMPANY! After work, they can do what they want, but if their behavior is so egregious that it hurts their bottom line, they have every right to make policies and procedures that assuage the problem.

The NFL's policy comes after two years of anger and controversy over the former mediocre quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick, the inarticulate cretin who, in an attempt at relevancy, kneeled during the national anthem as a protest against police brutality.

Kaepernick's unpatriotic display over an issue that was perpetrated in isolated incidents rather than a major occurrence, triggered angry debates across the nation and President Trump criticized the behavior.

On Wednesday, the NFL announced the new guidelines that require players on the field to stand during the anthem but allows the uninformed, low-information players to skip the "Star Spangled Banner" and remain in the locker room where they can snap wet towels at each other's butts and use profanity.

Due to the network's hatred for the country, CNN's Marc Lamont Hill urged all players to remain in the locker room. If they do, I suspect all the fans will remain in their homes spending time with their families.

The bitter Hill said "The worst part is that we've just accepted the idea that the national anthem has to be sung before each game as an article of faith."

Hill needs to look up the word 'tradition.'

NBC News anchor Chuck Todd said the policy feels like a "band-aid that won't stick."

The Johnson and Johnson Corporation is considering suing Todd for the use of its product's copyrighted name. 

Band Aids stick like glue and heal that cut.

Having his head up his nether regions and getting it backwards, Todd wrote: "There's just something that feels un-American about forcing folks to abide what is, well, the league's own policies."

First of all, there's something un-American about disrespecting the American National Anthem. Second, there's something un-American about forcing a private company to make policies that conform to your wishes that would lose them revenue.

Sports Illustrated writer Jimmy Traina wrote: "I have a stupid question: If the NFL and its racist owners are going to penalize a team 15 yards if a player kneels during the anthem, what happens if players from both teams kneel?"

Is every owner in the NFL a racist? How do you know? What evidence do you have to make such a disgusting claim? In fact, the claim itself sounds racist.

But to answer your "stupid question," if both players kneel each team is penalized on their next possession of the ball, or each team loses a 'time out.' If they have no time outs remaining, each team loses those players for the next game. 

Or something like that. It isn't insurmountable, Jimmy.

I believe the players actually do have the right to take a knee and the owners have the right to do what they must in order to help their businesses. If an employee is told he or she must dress a certain way [according to the policy of the company] and refuses to do so, they have that right. Just as the company has the right to fire them.

Rights work both ways.

The truth is, the media loves this kind of thing--it's oxygen for them.

Max J. Rosenthal of the Washington Post believes Americans should skip the national anthem altogether. "Just a reminder that if we stopped playing the anthem before sporting events, we wouldn't ever have to argue about this again."

Except at the Olympics if we win gold medals.

We could then also skip the Fourth of July celebrations, Flag Day, Veterans Day and all government events where the anthem is played.

Hell, we could stop calling ourselves Americans altogether. That would please Rosenthal and all the leftists who actually hate the country, believing we are the worst of all people when, in fact, we are the best.

And I am not ashamed to say that--only they are along with the previous administration.


Frontier passenger allegedly pees on seat in front of him in flight

Now with flushing toilets
Denver -- A Frontier Airlines passenger who may have thought he was still out on the wild frontier instead of an airline, allegedly peed on the back of the seat in front of him. I say "allegedly" because that's a legal term, but there are photos of the dude whipping and wizzing.

The passenger/witness told CBS4's Dillon Thomas [not to be confused with Dylan Thomas who is dead and from whom Robert Zimmerman got his pseudonym] that she was sitting in the same row as the alleged pee-er, across the aisle. She said he unbuckled his seat belt, lowered his zipper, removed the body part often given a name by men, and urinated on the seat directly in front of him. [By the way, men give it a name because they don't want a stranger making most of their decisions.]

The woman said the man had been previously moved to the row she was in after he allegedly [there goes that word again] verbally and physically assaulted other women near his previous seat.

When later asked why the man wasn't immediately removed from the aircraft, Frontier Airlines CEO Barry L. Biffle said that, "Like Starbucks, all of our customers will be treated like guests, whether they're peeing in our bathrooms, or on the seat in front of them." 

He added that all airline staff will be given a full day's training in how to discuss non-lavatorial urinary elimination with passengers, whether flying first class, business class, economy or stowaway.

The woman said the man allegedly touched a sleeping female passenger and later asked another woman about her sexual and marital life.

In order to make the woman [who had been asked the inappropriate, personal questions regarding her marital sexual behavior] feel more comfortable, the man was moved by courteous attendants next to the woman witness. She said that one flight attendant, who didn't want to get involved, warned her of the guy's previous behavior and told her to keep an eye on him and monitor his status.

It was precisely at that moment she used her cell phone to photograph the guy allegedly peeing on the seat in question.

In a statement to CBS4's Dillon Thomas, Frontier Airlines spokesperson Dick Oliver said, "The safety and security of our passengers is our priority at Frontier [except when it isn't]. We have been made aware of this situation and are working with the appropriate authorities."

The woman witness said the suspect was arrested at the gate in Charleston about 30 minutes later. She along with two other women filed statements with law enforcement.

The suspect may be charged with illegal discharge of bladder contents aboard an aircraft.


Mommy and Daddy successfully evict their 30-year-old child

A 30-year-old child was ordered by a judge to grow up, get up and vacate his mommy and daddy's New York home after living there rent-free for almost ten years. The child said that his bitter custody battle for his own child led to a strained relationship with his mommy and daddy.

State Supreme Justice Donald Greenwood ruled that it was time for little Michael Rotondo [aka Mikey] to move out of the Camillus, NY home where his parents Christina and Mark Rotundo live. The couple have been trying to get their boy to leave but he stamped his widdle feet and refused, so they brought him to court after three unsuccessful months of trying to get him out.

"I am just so outraged," little Mikey Rotondo said outside the courtroom.

Mikey is a college dropout, having majored in Peruvian Underwater Basket Weaving and finding it too difficult to comprehend and somewhat troubling. 

 Photo: Photoshop
He spoke to the Daily Mail about his strained relationship with his unreasonable parents, who refused to wait until he gained custody of his own son and eventually graduate from college in 20 years. Mikey didn't explain why he lost custody of his own 8-year-old son, but claimed to be a "great father," if not so much a bread winner.

Mikey began living with his own mommy and daddy about 8 years ago, when his own son was born and he lost his job for reasons unknown. He now claims he runs a "successful business" but hasn't disclosed what business it is because it's a secret business.

Evidently his secret business isn't much of a success because he lost a court battle in September and filed an appeal as a "poor person" to get his court fees waived.

Mikey refused to leave after being asked nicely by his parents because, he says, he was focused on getting custody of his son in order for them both to live in abject poverty as two "poor persons." His parents offered to pay his health insurance but turned down the money so his "poor person" status wouldn't be compromised.

On Feb. 2, his parents wrote a note saying Mikey had two weeks to vacate his room and he "will not be allowed to return." They added that they will do whatever is necessary to get their deadbeat son out of their house.

As he apparently does with life, Mikey took the threat lightly, which prompted mommy and daddy to pen four more letters demanding he move out and get a life. They even gave him $1,000 to look for a new place to live and a life advance and gave him 30 days to vacate. 

Nothing.

Earlier this month  they filed a petition in the Supreme Court of New York State to get him to vacate and grow up.

Mikey presented arguments in court Tuesday, saying he was a big boy who did his own laundry and even went out of his way to bring his own food. He also said that he was not expected to do chores or contribute to household expenses. "That's the job of a mommy and daddy." 

Next he argued he was entitled to a 6-month notice before the move-out date. 

What a piece of work!

The judge called it "outrageous" and still ordered Mikey's immediate eviction, though a move-out date has not yet been set.

Mikey is secretly hoping his parents die of old age before the move is unfairly forced upon him.

"It seems to me like I should be provided with, you know, 30 days or so, because generally you get 30 days after you're found, you know, to have to vacate the premises," the child in a man's body told reporters. "So I'm expecting something like that. But realistically, if that's not the case, I don't know."

Mikey, who turns 371 months in July, said he's looking to appeal the decision.

I wonder whether he's a conservative or a liberal. Let me know what you think in the comments below and don't be afraid to subscribe to this blog.



Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Dems out of ideas, steal Trump's

In a clear sign of being devoid of any new ideas and a willingness to steal whatever they can from anywhere they can and claim that it's theirs, Democrats are now calling for the country to "drain the swamp." And the real irony is that it's those Democrats who dwell in the swamp that are calling for its draining.

The metaphor "drain the swamp" while originally referred to the method of keeping the mosquito population under control to combat malaria, it's now used to mean a way to fix problems within the federal government. It has been used most recently by President Trump during his 2016 campaign and thereafter, but it isn't a new term.

Drain the swamp may have been coined by Victor L. Berger (1860 - 1929) in his book Broadsides in which he referred to changing capitalism as "drain[ing] the swamp."

Winfield R. Gaylord (1870 - 1943) described the socialist desire to "drain" the "capitalist swamp." Gaylord was an idiot who never understood how capitalism made America wealthy and gave people the benefit of equal opportunity rather than his socialist desire of equal outcome, which is ridiculous.

In 1983 President Ronald Reagan called for "drain[ing] the swamp" of bureaucracy in the federal government, much like Trump is calling for today.

Pat Buchanan a 2000 presidential candidate and anti-Semite said in opposition to the dominant parties, "Neither Beltway party is going to drain the swamp: it's a protected wetland; they breed in it, they spawn in it."

Then in 2006 Nancy Pelosi [whose Native American name is "Dances with Dentures"] while announcing her 100-Hour Plan responding to the dominance of the GOP mentioned the term "drain the swamp." Then her hands went into severe spasms.

Others have also used that term but it is President Trump who currently seems to own it; at least until the Democrats are trying to take it back. They are using the familiar slogan and trying to act more like President Trump because they ran out of ideas after Lincoln was elected.

Because Democrats are predictable, owing to their identity politics and lack of creativeness, you can expect to hear the chant "drain the swamp" become their battle cry.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) [whose Native American name is "Nostrils with Zip Codes"] said, "President Trump has embraced the most egregious establishment Republican norms and appointed the most conflict-of-interest-ridden Cabinet in my lifetime."

He then added that "The swamp has never been more foul, or more fetid, than under this president."

Not true.

Under former President Obama, there was plenty of foul, malodorous gases coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue: Fast and Furious, Solyndra, the IRS scandal, the VA's deadly waiting lists, Hillary Clinton's illegal server and her deal with the Russians to sell them 20 percent of all our uranium, Obama's questionable business deals with coal mining, offshore drilling, cash advance companies and more and more and more.

So okay, you expect a swamp-dweller like Schumer to say things along the party line. But to use Trump's words about draining the swamp is actually funny. I hope the GOP deals with it properly.

It seems like all the Dems have are slogans, repealing the Second Amendment, identity politics, allowing illegal immigrants entry into the country and providing them with healthcare and jobs at the American taxpayer's expense.

You now have Hillary Clinton supporting Andrew Cuomo for his third re-election as Governor of New York, while not supporting Cynthia Nixon, a progressive who's running against him. Hillary laughed and pumped her fist in the air when Madeleine Albright told the crowd that there's a special place in hell for women who don't support women.

Words. That's all the Democrats have along with hypocrisy.

But to be fair, President Trump has also backed away from his campaign pledge of draining the swamp. Fox News' Neil Cavuto went after Trump and spoke to this problem:
"Let me be clear, Mr. President. How can you drain the swamp if you're the one who keeps muddying the waters?
"You didn't know about the $130,000 payment to a porn star, until you did. Said you knew nothing about how your former lawyer handled this, until you acknowledged today that you were the guy behind the retainer payment that took care of this. You insist that money from the campaign or campaign contributions played no role in the transaction. Of that you're sure. The thing is, not even 24 hours ago, sir, you couldn't recall any of this."

A lot of folks were really pissed off at Cavuto for this statement, but that's what you call journalism. I want Trump to succeed; many Democrats want him to fail, even at the expense of the benefit to our nation.

President Trump is not a paragon of virtue in his personal life--we all get it. He cheated on his first wife with Melania and had a romp with a porn actress when Melania was pregnant with his son Barron.