“I’m not perfect. No one is perfect. But I am not an animal. I am not a torturer. And I’m not a monster,” Jonathan Allen says. He and his wife Ina Rogers are being accused of abusing and neglecting their ten children.
The outbreak of war has arrived and it is game on. However, the Russians will not be baited into responding in a rash manner. There counter-response will be measuWered and devastating. Is this WW III? Well, it can be accurately stated that the hard-liners out of Moscow are in charge. All of these issues an more are contained in the following video.
By Dr. Patrick Slattery — Well, fam, the euphoria lasted about five seconds. I had long wanted McMaster out. I always envisioned him as having blown up GI Joes with fire crackers when he was a kid. But to replace him with John Bolton, who, sources tell me, has a pile of freshly charred GI Joes in his back yard?
I had been somewhat encouraged over the past couple of weeks, starting with the announcement that Trump will meet Best Korean Glorious Leader Kim Jong-un, and more recently his congratulatory phone call to Fearless Leader of the White Race Vladimir Putin and his speculation that he and Putin would meet soon.
Even the replacement of Tillerson, whom I once had high hopes for, with the loathsome Mike Pompeo did not black pill me. I don’t know much about Pompeo, but he is a politician and Trump has no heir apparent, so the idea of a politically ambitious Pompeo remolding himself to Trump’s priorities would not be too far fetched.
But John Bolton is pure ideologue. At only 1/8th Jewish, I wouldn’t call him a Jew, but he is as dedicated a Zionist as you are ever going to find. I though his chances of becoming National Security Adviser were dashed last week when Tucker Carlson made him look like a fool on national television. But apparently Trump and Bolton have a long relationship.
I want to think that, somehow, this won’t derail the glimmers of hope that I still have for Trump’s foreign policy. But it’s not easy. Still, I will give it the old college try.
Crazy Jewish neocons and their pet goys like Lindsey Gayham and John McCrazy love Bolton, although inexplicably left-wing Zionists like Chucky Schumer aren’t pleased. It has always been my contention that Trump is in an alliance of convenience with the pro-Israel fanatics and Wall Street Jews while he wages war on the Zio media and takes on the Jewish immigration lobby. Two can play at divide and conquer. The slavishly pro-Israel Bolton’s appointment would help keep the Israel lobby Jews from uniting with the immigration lobby Jews against Trump while he prioritizes immigration policy.
Remember, as dangerous as Bolton is, the National Security Adviser does not command much power independent from the president, in contrast to the head of the CIA, for instance. Remember, the National Security Adviser has nothing to do with the National Security Agency, which is under the Pentagon. So Trump could ignore Bolton’s advise, just as he ignored his other advisers when calling Putin or agreeing to meet Kim.
It was interesting that Trump used South Korean diplomats as intermediaries with Kim Jong-un. There is no reason that his hands need to be tied by neocons in Washington when he can use foreign diplomats to help him carry out his foreign policy. That would be nothing new, other than the foreigners wouldn’t be Israeli.
Do I believe that this is the case? Well, hope springs eternal. That’s not really saying much. By the way, one thing I must add is that Trump has turned to neocons because they embraced him after having failed to prevent his election. Trump is isolated, and needs people to run the government who know their way around and have what the Washington cesspool considers “credentials.” Once upon a time the Democratic Party had a peace wing that could have been a source of such personnel, at least for foreign policy. But the entire Democratic Party has followed a strategy of maximum resistance to everything that Trump does, and this is largely responsible for driving him to the neocons. We will just have to see how this plays out.
The change marks the end of a contentious relationship with President Donald Trump, and brings aboard a hawkish seasoned bureaucrat.
President Donald Trump announced on Thursday that he was replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster with John Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, marking the latest high-level shake up in a White House that has seen unprecedented levels of turnover in Trump’s first 14 months in office.
“I am pleased to announce that, effective 4/9/18, @AmbJohnBolton will be my new National Security Advisor,” the president tweeted on Thursday evening. “I am very thankful for the service of General H.R. McMaster who has done an outstanding job & will always remain my friend. There will be an official contact handover on 4/9.”
In a subsequent statement issued by the White House, the president paid fuller tribute.
“H.R. McMaster has served his country with distinction for more than 30 years,” Trump said in the statement. “He has won many battles and his bravery and toughness are legendary. General McMaster’s leadership of the National Security Council staff has helped my administration accomplish great things to bolster America’s national security. He helped develop our America First National Security Strategy, revitalize our alliances in the Middle East, smash ISIS, bring North Korea to the table, and strengthen our nation’s prosperity.
“This work and those achievements will ensure that America builds on its economic and military advantages. I thank General McMaster and his family for their service and wish them the very best.”
Also in a statement from the White House, McMaster, a three-star Army general, announced that he would retire from the military in the coming months.
“After thirty-four years of service to our nation, I am requesting retirement from the U.S. Army effective this summer after which I will leave public service,” he said. “Throughout my career it has been my greatest privilege to serve alongside extraordinary servicemembers and dedicated civilians.
“I am thankful to President Donald J. Trump for the opportunity to serve him and our nation as national security advisor. I am grateful for the friendship and support of the members of the National Security Council who worked together to provide the President with the best options to protect and advance our national interests.”
Bolton said in an interview on Fox News shortly after the news broke: “I didn’t really expect that announcement this afternoon. But it’s obviously a great honor and always an honor to serve our country.”
McMaster’s exit brings an end to his uneven tenure as leader of the NSC, marked by internal clashes with the president and other top administration officials and months of swirling speculation about his looming departure.
He never quite meshed with the president, aides say, and at times skirmished with him on foreign policy matters.
“Everyone knew he’d be out eventually,” one senior administration official said, adding that the process was smoother than Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s impromptu ouster last week, and that McMaster was afforded a higher level of courtesy than Tillerson, who found out about his own firing when Trump tweeted about it.
Trump made the decision to replace McMaster earlier this month, and accelerated the process in the wake of news reports about his impending departure, another administration official said. The reports were making it difficult for McMaster to continue to lead the National Security Council on a daily basis, the official said, although the White House has in the past kept aides in place for months after rumors of their impending exits began circulating.
Trump offered Bolton the join during an Oval Office meeting in Thursday and Bolton accepted, the official said. Trump then called McMaster to inform him of the decision.
Though most of their disagreements took place in private, McMaster was the subject of a public rebuke from Trump in February when he stated during a conference in Munich that evidence of Russian meddling in the 2016 elections was “incontrovertible.”
“General McMaster forgot to say that the results of the 2016 election were not impacted or changed by the Russians and that the only Collusion was between Russia and Crooked H, the DNC and the Dems,” Trump tweeted in response. “Remember the Dirty Dossier, Uranium, Speeches, Emails and the Podesta Company!”
The jab was the first time Trump’s criticisms of McMaster spilled into public view, despite the president’s having seriously contemplated his ouster as early as November. Still, McMaster remained outspoken in his views, and as recently as last week said that the administration should be tougher on Russia over its actions in Syria.
Bolton is a controversial figure on the international stage. He cheered on the 2003 invasion of Iraq, has called for bombing Iran to stop its nuclear program, dismissed the idea of a two-state solution in the Middle East and derided the United Nations, where he once served as U.S. ambassador in the George W. Bush administration. Like Trump, he has an intense wariness of international organizations, and has also questioned the intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Bolton is viewed with mixed feelings within the White House, and has been better known in recent years as a Fox News pundit than as a foreign policy professional. But he is also seen as a skilled bureaucrat who has told associates that Trump needs an adviser who can operate in that environment.
That message seemed to be underscored this week when the White House was embarrassed by leaked details about Trump’s phone call with President Vladimir Putin of Russia, in which he congratulated Putin on his re-election against the advice of aides.
In the Fox News interview on Thursday, Bolton said he was “outraged” by the leak and called it “unacceptable.”
“This is really a terrible reflection on the individual or individuals that did this,” he said. “They should be ashamed of themselves. I think whether you’re a Republican or a Democrat, a liberal or conservative, there ought to be unity that leaking of that sort is simply unacceptable.”
Most staffers on the National Security Council will view Bolton as a professional, a serious person who knows the issues and “isn’t a doofus,” one former transition official said.
“If someone is saying there will be a mass exodus because of the switch, I would not buy that,” the official said. “I would not expect a wholesale change immediately in the staff. But what will be interesting to see is the people Bolton brings in with him from the national security world.”
No one was surprised by the change, the official added, since the idea of McMaster’s leaving has been out there for so long. “I don’t know anyone who thought McMaster would be around beyond this summer,” the official said.
The move was met with applause from some Republicans.
“Selecting John Bolton as national security adviser is good news for America’s allies and bad news for America’s enemies,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said in a statement. “I have known John Bolton for well over a decade and believe he will do an outstanding job as President Trump’s new national security adviser. He has a firm understanding of the threats we face from North Korea, Iran and radical Islam. As our U.N. ambassador under President Bush, John Bolton is a well-known figure throughout the world.”
Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) said: “Ambassador John Bolton is ridiculously knowledgeable and will be a great national security adviser. The leaks coming out of the National Security Council will end, Obama administration holdovers will be gone, and the team, chemistry and work product will all be improved.”
Democrats were swift to criticize the pick.
“Mr. Bolton’s tendency to try to solve every geopolitical problem with the American military first is a troubling one,” Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y., the minority leader, said in a statement. “I hope he will temper his instinct to commit the men and women of our armed forces to conflicts around the globe, when we need to be focused on building the middle class here at home.”
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, wrote on Twitter: “It’s hard to escape the disquieting conclusion that the mass exodus of the ‘adults’ from this Administration is putting our nation’s security at risk. Ambassador Bolton’s hawkish and conspiratorial thinking will only make matters dangerously worse.”
Still, Democrats are powerless to stop the move, since the position does not require Senate confirmation.
News of McMaster’s departure comes amid concerns over a larger West Wing shake-up, with several top administration officials reportedly under consideration for dismissal by Trump.
The speculation prompted chief of staff John Kelly to address White House staffers last week and offer reassurance that more upheaval was not on the way for officials, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters last Friday.
“The chief of staff actually spoke to a number of staff this morning, reassuring them that there were personnel changes — no immediate personnel changes at this time — and that people shouldn’t be concerned,” Sanders said at that day’s press briefing.
According to Sanders, Trump and McMaster were in meetings together last Friday, but the pair were “not focused on the news stories” regarding the national security adviser’s status with the president.
After The Washington Post reported last week that Trump had already made up his mind about parting ways with his national security adviser — and was mulling timing of the announcement — Sanders directly addressed McMaster’s status in a late-night note.
“Just spoke to @POTUS and Gen. H.R. McMaster — contrary to reports they have a good working relationship and there are no changes at the NSC,” Sanders tweeted.
McMaster stepped into the role of national security adviser in February 2017, replacing retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who resigned after it was reported that he lied about contacts with Russian officials during the 20 6 presidential campaign. Flynn has since pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Trump’s presidency has been marked by numerous prominent staffing changes. Trump abruptly announced in a tweet last week that Tillerson would be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo as secretary of state.
Earlier this month, Trump’s top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, resigned amid a dispute with the president over his approach to trade tariffs. Late last month, White House communications director Hope Hicks, one of Trump’s longest-serving aides, announced she would step down from her role.
The president has already cycled through a chief of staff, press secretary, multiple communications directors, chief strategist and deputy chief of staff.
(Natural News) Dr. Tedros Adhanom, director-general for the World Health Organization(WHO), has said that the next outbreak that will hit us will be a “terrible” one, causing huge amounts of death all over the world. Fears of a pandemic have been hovering lately after the worst flu outbreak in recent years devastated Australia, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
More recently, the mosquito-borne Zika virus crisis, rocked 70 countries in 2016 and worried scientists the world over. The Zika virus can cause microcephaly, or an abnormally small head, in babies. It spread all over South America in 2016.
The hemorrhagic fever Ebola killed 11,000 individuals in West Africa in 2014 and 2015. It spread to various parts of the U.S. in the same time period. Ebola was officially declared over in January 2016, when Liberia was announced Ebola-free by the WHO. A group of international researchers traced the pandemic back to a two-year-old boy in Meliandou, which is about 400 miles (650 kilometers) from Conakry, the capital of Guinea. The researchers said Emile Ouamouno, who was identified as Patient Zero, probably got infected by the deadly virus by playing with bats in a hollow tree.
Around 29,000 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia contracted Ebola. The virus killed around 40 percent of those it struck. Deaths were also reported in Mali, Nigeria, and the U.S., although at a much smaller scale, with 15 fatalities between the three nations.
“This is not some future nightmare scenario. A devastating epidemic could start in any country at any time and kill millions of people because we are still not prepared. The world remains vulnerable. We do not know where and when the next global pandemic will occur, but we know it will take a terrible toll both on human life and on the economy,” Dr. Tedros said.
“Hidden underneath this fear mongering message of a global pandemic is a far more sinister W.H.O. agenda,” warns Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, publisher of Medicine.news. “The real agenda is a global push for blind, fear-based acceptance of unsafe, unproven vaccines that will be rolled out alongside the next global pandemic,” Adams warns. “Fear circumvents rational thinking, which is why the vaccine-pharma cartels routinely turn to irrational fear propaganda to demand absolute and unquestioning acceptance of risky medical interventions that should always be scrutinized for safety and efficacy.”
According to Dr. Tedros, the flu is extremely dangerous to everyone living in the planet. This fear was also promoted by experts at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland last month.
The claims now arise exactly 100 years after the deadly 1918 Spanish flu that caused the death of 50 million individuals and killed three times as many people as World War I. The first result of such fear-mongering was the swine flu pandemic of 2009, which claimed 300,000 lives all over the world after affecting 60 countries.
“Humanity is more vulnerable in the face of epidemics because we are much more connected and we travel around much more quickly than before,” said WHO specialist in infectious diseases Dr. Sylvie Brand.
For more stories on the spread of viruses and pandemics, visit Outbreak.news.
Mike Pompeo, Director of the CIA, will become our new Secretary of State. He will do a fantastic job! Thank you to Rex Tillerson for his service! Gina Haspel will become the new Director of the CIA, and the first woman so chosen. Congratulations to all!
This is a major shake-up of Trump’s cabinet. Tillerson was made to cut short his trip to Africa and return to Washington the day before the announcement, as preparations were underway for a meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un. Haspel was the deputy director of the CIA. She is the first woman to lead the US intelligence service.
CBS’s Blue Bloods is usually known for beingfriendly to our police heroes. But in Friday’s episode, “Legacy,” the show suddenly took a PC turn as Police Commissioner Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) went completely out of character by sympathizing with an illegal immigrant over one of his officers to the point of firing her even though she did everything “by the book.”
Officer Witten originally approached the man over jaywalking but then questioned him about his immigration status when he refused to cooperate, leading onlookers to accuse her of racial profiling and harassment.
Witten: Sir! Sir, excuse me? Yeah, I’m talking to you. Stop for a sec, please. Identification, please.
Rivera: I wasn’t doing anything wrong.
Witten: Saw you jaywalking over there.
Rivera: You’re charging me for jaywalking?
Witten: I’m not charging you with anything.
Rivera: Then I don’t owe you anything.
Witten: Excuse me, sir? Hey, stop! Now. Stop! Sir, what are you doing in this neighborhood?
Rivera: I don’t owe you an explanation.
Witten: Sir, please take your hands out of your pockets. Take your hands out of your pockets now. Do you not have identification, sir?
Man: He didn’t do anything wrong.
Witten: Take a step back.
Man: The man has rights, Officer.
Witten: Take a step back, everybody. Take a step back, sir. I’m just asking for this man’s id, all right, folks? Thank you. Are you refusing to show identification, sir? Do you not have identification?
Woman: What do you think you’re doing?
Witten: Sir, are you an illegal immigrant?
Man: That’s racial profiling.
Witten: Take a step back. Take a step back. Sir, I need you to back all the way up.
Man: All right, you can’t…
Man 2: That’s harassment.
Witten: All right, ma’am, back up. Back up, everybody. Back up!
Man: Get her badge number.
Witten: You need to… Sir, I need you to back up now. Sir, I need you to take a step back right now. I hear you, but please take a step back and listen.
Frank reviews video footage of the situation with his advisors Sid Gormley (Robert Clohessy) and Garrett Moore (Gregory Jbara), both of whom have strongly opposing views on whether the rookie officer was in the wrong. In opposing the man’s arrest, Garrett points out that the viral nature of the videos caused ICE to track the man down and discover he is in the country illegally. Sid, who supports the officer’s actions, wryly replies, “Then all’s well that ends well.”
But when Garrett proclaims, “The guy’s got a clean record, a steady job, a wife, two kids and a newborn. And thanks to our eager and industrious young officer, he’s now awaiting trial for deportation back to Venezuela,” even Sid starts to soften his stand a little. Garrett then calls their community policing a “scam” and tells Frank, “We need to own up to it, loud and clear, if you want to gain back the lost ground” from the incident.
What kind of message does this send to immigrants with a good record and a family who did the demanding work to become legal citizens? Citizens such as J.D. Ma who spoke to the argument that deportation breaks up families in a New York Times interview. “If a single mother commits a crime and has to go to jail,” Ma said, “We don’t say, ‘Oh, we can’t do that, because it will break her family.’”
After Frank discusses the incident with his advisors, he calls Officer Witten to his office to hear her side of the story. As it turns out, Witten wasn’t simply profiling Rivera. “There’s been a spike in push-in robberies in that neighborhood recently,” Witten explained, “And Rivera fit the description of the suspect.”
“I was doing what I was trained to do,” she continued. “Frankly, I don’t see a problem.”
After she leaves, Sid points out that she “went by the book, and we’re trained that book’s the Bible.” Garrett retorts, “And like the Bible, the wrong translation can cause more harm than good.”
While this episode also included a #MeToo type storyline (Frank’s granddaughter is sexually harassed/assaulted by her boss at the DA’s office), the show strangely has Sid offer Frank a very sexist theory against Witten in a later scene. Specifically, that she must be overcompensating for the fact that she’s a woman who comes from a family of males in the police force and the F.D.N.Y. and that she’s possibly “trying too hard.” Frank appears to buy into Sid’s theory.
Garrett ends up interrupting Frank’s and Sid’s discussion and informs them that Rivera is “freaking out” in jail and that “there’s a whole cross-agency fight about moving him to a hospital.” Sid asks if it’s a ploy, and Garrett replies, “He’s not asking to be moved. He’s just freaking out, and no one wants a fuzzy cause-of-death on their hands.”
Are you smelling what they’re cooking here? Just as expected, Frank brings Witten to the prison in a not-so-subtle effort to shame her.
Frank: You know he’s got a problem?
Witten: Well, Rivera’s claustrophobic.
Sid: How’d you know?
Witten: He told me on the way to the precinct, but I just thought he was trying to get out of it.
Sid: So, you knew?
Witten: Yeah, but I didn’t believe him. People cry wolf all the time to get out of jams.
Frank: No crying wolf here.
Witten: Can you let him out, even just for a minute?
Frank: Afraid not.
Witten: Will he be in here very long?
Frank: Depends on how crowded the immigration courts are.
Witten: Can’t we get him some kind of treatment?
Frank: You put him in jail, not a hospital. How you doing?
Rivera: I’m sorry I was uncooperative before, but this is very hard for me.
Sid: This happen to you before?
Rivera: I spent months in a cell as a political prisoner in Venezuela.
Frank: You know, I had a partner back in the day, and he was claustrophobic. And I would just talk to him all the time, you know, keep him talking. And I think it helped. Think it might help you?
Rivera: I think so. I’d like to try.
Witten: What if I stayed with you for a little while?
Rivera: Only if you want.
Witten: I want to.
Rivera: Thank you.
Once again, this all Witten’s fault and not a problem with the “cross-agency fight” and the system not getting him the medical attention he needs? And why isn’t the blame and responsibility being placed on the person who put himself in this position with his poor choices and decision to break the law?
What happens next though, shocked me and many other regular viewers who are familiar with Frank’s character and history.
Frank: What’s Officer Witten’s relationship to the other cops in her house?
Sid: Good. They’re all 100% behind her, what I hear.
Garrett: Not a single Latino cop took issue?
Sid: I didn’t do a door-to-door survey.
Garrett: But odds would be…
Sid: What I hear is all I know.
Frank: And her C.O., any issues there?
Sid: Also solid, what I hear. Also, I think she’s an old pal to either the uncle or the father.
Frank: And your relationship to her C.O.?
Sid: Jimmy Vauxhall? Good as gold.
Frank: Then we’re good to go.
Sid: Go where?
Frank: You, to him, privately, with a message, to confer with the advocate’s office… …to terminate Officer Witten.
Frank: Failed probation. For bringing undue criticism to this department.
Sid: We’re throwing her under the bus to throw Garrett a favor?
Frank: No. We are terminating her for cause. I want it done at the precinct level, so the word goes out at that level, to rank and file.
Sid: Boss? Can I ask why, then?
Frank: “By general law, life and limb must be protected. Yet often, a limb must be amputated to save a life; But a life is never wisely given to save a limb.” Abraham Lincoln. This department is the life. Officer Witten is a limb.
No, Frank, you got it backwards this time. America and its laws are the life, and the lawbreakers are the limbs. But Frank would know that. In fact, he has defended officers accused of much worse, urging them to ignore what the public is saying.
In typical liberal fashion, one leftist viewer accused Sid of being a white supremacist simply because he took a stand for upholding our country’s laws. You know, like officers are supposed to do.
Time will tell if Blue Bloods continues on this path and reinvents its beloved characters as pandering pansies who put emotion above the law and sacrifice a hardworking, law-abiding officer because she arrested a suspect who felt scared in prison. Thank God this isn’t reality, because if it were, a lot of prisoners would be released, pretty much every officer would be fired, and this country would be in shambles.
Los Angeles, CA — A disturbing video was uploaded to Facebook last year prompting massive backlash against the LAPD. Hundreds of residents took to protesting after the video showed an LAPD officer pull a gun and fire off a shot at an unarmed 13-year-old boy. Now, the cop in the video, officer Kevin Ferguson will face no consequences for his near-deadly and highly dangerous act of negligence.
This week, as predicted by TFTP, the Orange County district attorney made the announcement that no criminal charges will be filed against Ferguson.
According to the OCDA’s office, they claim even though prosecutors thought the officer’s actions were reprehensible, they would not be able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Ferguson committed a crime when he attacked a 13-year-old boy, assaulted him with a firearm, and employed unnecessary deadly force—all of which was captured on video.
Before they exonerated him, prosecutors called Ferguson’s actions that day “unwise, immature and flat-out horrible” but said they did not violate the law.
“It is our office’s conclusion based on all the evidence, that we are not able to prove, the evidence does not support a finding beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Ferguson committed a crime,” said Deputy District Attorney Ebrahim Baytieh.
The video sparked heated anti-police protests when it surfaced 11 months ago and the decision to not charge Ferguson will likely be met with even more backlash.
As the video begins, Ferguson is in a verbal dispute with the child.
According to the boy, the officer cursed at a girl who walked across his yard. When the boy protested the officer’s language, that is when he grabbed him, according to witnesses.
“That’s not what I said,” the officer replied.
“Shut the fuck up,” the officer said. “You weren’t even there.”
A struggle ensues and another teen rushes at the officer, sending him into some bushes. As the officer is dragging the 13-year-old through the hedge, he pulls out his gun and fires off a round.
Luckily no one was hit.
Ferguson—the man who instigated the incident and fired his gun in a residential neighborhood around children—was not arrested. However, the 13-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy were both arrested. The 13-year-old’s parents got him out of the juvenile detention center the next day and immediately called the LAPD after they saw the video to dispute the official story.
“The confrontation began over ongoing issues with juveniles walking across the officer’s property,” Anaheim police said at the time after cellphone video of the altercation was posted on YouTube.
The boy “is alleged to have threatened to shoot the off-duty officer,” Anaheim police said.
However, according to both the video and the boy and his parents, that did not happen. The boy claimed he was going so “sue” the officer, not “shoot” him.
The dispute among the stories was the subject of the protests last year as riot police and civilians clashed.
“Calling and sending emails to APD voicing your displeasure will NOT impact the outcome,” the department posted on its Facebook page. “A decision whether or not to file charges rests with the District Attorney’s office and is based on facts and evidence.”
Demonstrators lined the block in Anaheim shouting “no justice no peace,” as police blocked the intersection pic.twitter.com/INmixM69F6
After the announcement that Ferguson would not be charged, the LAPD issued a statement that read in part: “The Department initiated a personnel complaint and a Categorical Use of Force investigation following the initial incident, and we have been working with the Orange County DA’s office and have awaited their decision about criminal prosecution in order for us to complete our investigation.”
Residents of Santa Ana be warned, Officer Ferguson is still a cop.
“I still fear for our lives, for him living right down the street from us,” the boy’s mother said to the LA Times as she teared up. “Him being an officer.”
Yesterday, as Sports Illustrated and others reported, ESPN fired two suspended employees for allegedly engaging in sexual harassment during their previous employment at the NFL Network. How ironic and how hypocritical is that? ESPN is also facing a sexual harassment lawsuit for allowing what its accuser, Adrienne Lawrence, charges is a hostile work environment for women.
ESPN conducted a month-long investigation of Donovan McNabb, the former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback (seen in photo), and Eric Davis, the former San Francisco 49ers’ defensive back, for alleged sexual harassment of a co-worker while working at the NFL Network. Jami Cantor is suing the NFL Network and claiming that as a wardrobe stylist there she was sexually harassed by former NFL players Davis, McNabb, Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans, Ike Taylor and Warren Sapp and many other men. Cantor, who was fired for alleged theft at the NFL Network, filed her lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court in 2017.
Cantor filed a modification to her lawsuit in December, and ESPN then suspended McNabb and Davis, leading to the suspension and ultimately the firing.
Cantor alleges that Davis grabbed her and pushed and rubbed his body against her, made lewd comments to her, including: “I want you so bad,” “my c–k is so hard because of you right now,” “you look like a woman who knows what to do in bed,” “you look like you would be an animal in the sheets.” He also asked her to engage in rough sex with him, touched her privates and told her, “I can’t handle your a– it is so luscious.”
McNabb is accused of sending Cantor sexually inappropriate text messages.
Another former pro football player working at the NFL Network, Heath Evans is alleged to have sent nude pictures of himself to Cantor and made sexual remarks to her.
Former star running back Marshall Faulk allegedly asked Cantor invasive questions about her sex life, fondled her breasts and groped her behind. He also pinned her against a wall while stroking his genitals and demanding oral sex.
Taylor is accused in the lawsuit of having sent a nude video of himself.
Further allegations of the lawsuit charge the NFL Network with requiring Cantor to work in the men’s restroom, where former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Warren Sapp urinated in front of her. He also gave her sex toys for Christmas and sent her nude photos of women he claimed to have slept with.
Eric Weinberger, a former executive producer with the NFL Network, is named in the lawsuit for allegedly sending Cantor nude pictures of himself and sexually explicit texts. In one text he wrote she “was put on earth to pleasure me,” and in another he said “watching you walk down the hall makes me crazy, your a– drives me insane.”
Marc Watts, the talent coordinator, made sexual remarks about Cantor’s body. She complained to him about unwanted sexual advances she was enduring, and his response was: “It’s part of the job when you look the way you do.”
The names above are allegedly only the tip of the iceberg. Cantor’s lawsuit refers to 50 “DOES” — unidentified males who committed “despicable” acts against her. She aims to amend the lawsuit when she learns their names.
In response to Cantor’s complaints to management, the NFL Network increased her work load and cut her work hours, she claims. She also claims she was given no budget with which to purchase clothing for on-air talent and she had to make purchases with her own credit card. She was fired for stealing clothes from her employer’s property, and she claims the NFL Network still uses clothing she personally paid for.
Cantor’s suit says her harassers engaged in a “continuing and ongoing pattern and practice of unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment”. Like Lawrence in the ESPN lawsuit, Cantor accused her employer of creating a “hostile work environment” and also accused the NFL Network of retaliation, wrongful termination, defamation and unfair labor practices. She is demanding a jury trial.
ESPN and the NFL claim to be champions of equality, women’s rights and the gender pay gap, but it looks more and more like it’s just cheap talk. Before claiming any moral high ground they need to first clean up their own act.
The accused organizations deserve their day in court; they’re innocent until proven guilty. Still, the men named in the lawsuit will always be associated with the NFL, and this is another PR problem for the league. The NFL is already hemorrhaging from unpopular protests and social activism, declining television ratings and criminal behavior by many current and former players.
Put this map into your GPS, it will tell where you soon cannot go. The UN’s manifestation of forcing people into stack and pack cities. This map spells the demise of American ranchers and farmer as well as Native Americans on tribal lands. And the federal government has show that they are willing to murder to enforce these dictates. Additionally, this map could serve as a guide as to where the next round of California fires are going to start.
The California fires are anything but an accident and scores of reporters are seeing these tragedies for what they are, a contrived event with an agenda (Agenda 21).
From Agenda 21 Radio:
“An interesting perspective on the Agenda 21 plan is explored from the Santa Rosa fire.
…”The above article is the down payment for the information being distributed to the general public to usher into the public mind to prepare for mass population redistribution.
One of the concerns we are seeing is a complete shut down of the press relative to the facts. We are still seeing reports there are only 42 people dead when reports list as many as 400 people are still missing and unaccounted for at this time.”….
Everything is not as it is being reported in the MSM is it?
In the following video, Tavares predicts the Agenda 21 fires and she predicted the event 3 years in advance of the event.
Tavares’ website has not been updated in more than 2 years! She used to be a regular guest on my show and we had a very good professional relationship. She undertood that I thought she was the consumate researcher who possessed great integrity. Was she forced from her role as an investigative journalist?
Tavares and Jeff Rense, a little over a year later in 2015, predicted the fires in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties and they stated the Directed Energy Weapons (DEW) would be used. This is what Agenda 21 radio host, Paul Preston, concluded as well when he appeared on The Common Sense Show in November of 2017.
There are corporations that are making big money from the fires in both Northern and Southern California. However, this is window dressing. The real motive is to rid rural areas of people. This is the rewilding of America. The implementation of Agenda 21 is in full force and the globalists are using any means necessary. And you can count on one thing, the UN will soon be rearing its head in the impacted areas.
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