Twitter Users Accuse Trump Of Victim Blaming After Florida Shooting

Twitter users accused President Donald Trump of victim blaming after the president’s Thursday tweet suggested that people who knew suspected gunman Nikolas Cruz may not have done enough to prevent the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.

The president’s tweet said neighbors and classmates knew the suspect accused of carrying out Wednesday’s attack was a “big problem.” 

Trump may have thought his tweet was well-intentioned, but many people on Twitter felt it sent the wrong message, especially considering reports that a YouTube video blogger did report Cruz to the FBI.

And social media users let the president know it.

Others had similar thoughts but expressed them much more directly.

Some people felt the president’s suggestion was a bit simplistic and hypocritical.

One guy just thought it was ridiculous.

A few people felt he’s the wrong guy to be making this type of statement.

Then there was the user who brought up an infamous Trump quote that appears to contradict the president’s more recent message condemning the gun violence in Florida.

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Another HPV vaccine victim: 17-year-old dancer left paralyzed after getting the jab

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She was a healthy and vibrant high school athlete and dancer with a bright future ahead of her. But after getting vaccinated with Gardasil for human papillomavirus (HPV), as was required by her school as part of its “mandatory” vaccination program, young Nicole El-Safty’s life was forever changed.

According to reports, El-Safty suffered extreme side effects not long after being jabbed with Gardasil, which ultimately forced her to give up dancing altogether, as well as pretty much all the rest of her physical hobbies.

In the subsequent months after receiving the controversial vaccine, El-Safty says she became totally immobile because of it. At least two other young British girls around her age have also come out over the past year with similar accounts of what they say happened to them as a result of the Gardasil shot.

“I went from being completely fit and healthy in every way to totally motionless and unable to move,” El-Safty told the media. “It was one day when I spotted a headline on TV about the effects of the HPV virus that alarm bells rang.”

“I had all the symptoms, including heart problems, severe ulcers and paralysis. Then finding out that infertility was also likely. Whilst legally my G.P. [general practitioner] couldn’t confirm that my suspicions were right, many medics gave me the nod. A standard jab had disabled me for life.”

Gardasil may have injured or killed tens of thousands of people, data show

Not only was El-Safty left paralyzed by Gardasil, but she continues to suffer from extreme bouts of severe and debilitating pain. She went back and forth to the doctor trying to find answers, but was offered no insight. One doctor ended up diagnosing her with psoriatic arthritis, an inflammatory autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks healthy joints and skin.

Dealing with this has made it impossible for El-Safty to do much of anything besides just rest in her bed most of the time. As the condition worsened, El-Safty saw the left side of her face drop “drastically,” and the pain spread down her left arm and back.

“My face looked like I had had a stroke,” she recalls. “It was terrifying.”

While her days had at one time been filled with up to 18 hours of dance practice, she suddenly found herself in 24-hour pain, as well as in a wheelchair. El-Safty has since developed severe gastrointestinal problems, hernias, mouth ulcers, and memory loss – all of which appeared after her initial diagnosis of arthritis.

El-Safty would later learn that many young teenagers, some of whom are boys, have suffered severe reactions to the Gardasil vaccine.

As angering as all of this was for her to discover, El-Safty has expressed a commitment to warning others about the dangers of Gardasil in order for them to avoid suffering a similar fate. El-Safty is very involved in her local community, and feels a calling to spread vaccine truth.

“I still keep up my work in local politics and I study law but my main aim is to warn other girls about the jab,” she says. “It’s dangerous and terrifying.”

The official government position in the Western countries that have adopted it insists that Gardasil (and the other HPV vaccine Cervarix) are completely safe, and pose no threat to human health. But data compiled by the group SaneVax, Inc. tells a much different story, revealing more than 55,000 cases of HPV vaccine-induced illness.

Even British health officials admit that they received upwards of nearly 4,000 “yellow cards,” or warnings about the adverse side effects of Gardasil, just between the years of 2010 and 2013. Further, nearly 12,000 adverse reactions to Gardasil have been reported to The European Medicines Agency as of February 2017.

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‘I’m going to ruin his life lol’: Teen the latest victim of false rape accusation and police disclosure failings

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A teen accused of rape spent three months in custody because police did not disclose texts that proved his innocence. His alleged victim wrote in one message: “I’m not just going to mess his life up, I’m going to ruin it lol.”

Connor Fitzgerald, 19, had the rape charge against him thrown out when prosecutors discovered the texts. Fitzgerald, of South Norwood in south London, lost his job as a BT engineer because of the claim.

The charges were dropped at Croydon Crown Court last week when it emerged that the complainant, who will have lifelong anonymity, had sent texts threatening to destroy him.

Comment: Why doesn’t the complaintant have to suffer the repercussions of a false rape accusation?

“It’s been heart-breaking – It felt like I was guilty until proven innocent,” he told the Sun. “My life has been ruined. I’m scared to even leave the house because everyone thinks I’m a rapist.”

The case is the latest in a string of investigations and trials that have collapsed after police failed to disclose vital evidence to defence lawyers. Fitzgerald’s case comes after the Metropolitan Police were forced to apologize to Liam Allan, 22, for failing to provide crucial text messages during his rape trial, in which he was found not guilty.

Police have admitted that no one will be disciplined over Allan’s botched prosecution. Allan, a criminology student at Greenwich University in London, spent two years on bail accused of rape and sexual assault.

Fitzgerald was arrested in front of his mother and sister in November when police officers raided his home. It followed a complaint that a woman made in June. She alleged Fitzgerald had raped her after a drunken night out.

After the arrest, he was denied bail and was held on remand at HMP High Down, a category-B prison in Banstead, Surrey.

He was reprieved after Fitzgerald’s brother found some of the text messages from the woman on his iCloud account and informed the authorities. Missing texts also showed the woman saying that she had enjoyed the sex.

Fitzgerald says he plans to sue the police and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). “If my brother hadn’t found the texts, I’d have ended up in prison for 12 years or more,” he said.

Earlier this month, a case against Oxford University student Oliver Mears, 19, from Horley, Surrey, was dropped just days before his trial after a “new set of eyes” re-examined the CPS rape case against him.

He was on track to become a successful scientist before being arrested on suspicion of raping and indecently assaulting a woman at a party in July 2015. Mears’ lawyers had complained about a failure to produce appropriate social media evidence, which they believe could have proven the defendant’s innocence.

The case of Samson Makele, 28, was also halted at Snaresbrook Crown Court earlier this month after his defense team unearthed key images from his mobile phone, which had not previously been made available, law firm Hodge Jones and Allen said.

Thousands of rape prosecutions are now being re-examined to see if they have been affected by errors. In London alone, 600 rape cases currently in the final stages before trial are being re-assessed.

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Vegas shooting victim's husband says wife visited him in dream to tell him not to take her off life support

A husband whose wife was critically injured during the Las Vegas shooting on October 1 says she visited him in a dream and told him everything would be okay. Months later, she miraculously headed home from the hospital. 

Frank Calzadillas and his wife, Jovanna, were attending the Route 91 Harvest music festival to celebrate Frank’s safe return from deployment to the Middle East when the unthinkable happened. 

Jovanna was struck in the head by a bullet that ended up lodged in her spinal cord after gunman Stephen Paddock rained bullets down on the Las Vegas Village, killing 58 concertgoers and injuring hundreds more.

Jovanna was rushed to the hospital, where doctors gave Frank a grim prognosis, according to KGUN.

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In the days and weeks following the attack, surgeons asked the family to think about removing Jovanna from life support, an option they considered until Frank says he was visited by his wife in a dream.

“I had a dream that Jovanna visited me and she hugged me and kissed me and told me everything was gonna be ok,” Frank told KGUN. “She walked away, and I called her mom and said we’re keeping Jovanna alive, she’s gonna be alright.”

Miraculously, Jovanna did wake up from her coma and 18 days after the deadly attack, she was transferred home to a hospital in Phoenix. 

Slowly but surely she began regaining her strength and was able to walk with the help of an exoskeleton by Christmastime.

On January 24, Jovanna was finally able to go home in what surgeons refer to as a “profound” and “amazing” recovery. She credits her astounding healing process to two parties: Her children and herself.

“I will not quit on them and I will not quit on myself,” she told reporters during a press conference at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix.

“Even though I will not be the same old Jovanna, I will come back stronger,” she said. “And I have one last thing to say: Si, se puede.”

That means, “Yes, we can.”

Her husband, Frank, says he is extremely thankful he did not heed the words of the physicians who told his family that Jovanna might never recover.

“The hardest part for us was the unknown,” he said. “We as a family, we left it in God’s hands and here she is.”

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Real-Life Punisher: Abuse Victim Kills Her Child Rapist After a Court Refused to Jail Him


Baton Rouge, LA – When a teenage girl begged for help from police and claimed that her stepfather began sexually abusing her when she was 4 years old, the case eventually went to a judge who let her abuser off on an incredibly light sentence.

Robert Noce Jr., 47, pleaded “no contest” to the accusations from 15-year-old Brittany Monk, and instead of sentencing him to time in prison, Judge Trudy White sentenced him to just five years of probation.

Two weeks after the judge’s decision not to punish the child molester, Noce was found dead on Independence Day 2015. He had been killed by Monk and her boyfriend, a revenge killing that is just now making national headlines.

Enter Jace Crehan, Monk’s boyfriend. He admitted to detectives that he strangled and stabbed Noce after he said the justice system had “failed” to punish Monk’s abuser. Crehan will likely be seen as a hero to victims of child abuse. During the subsequent murder investigation, Crehan told detectives what he did to Noce and that he feels neither remorse nor regret. In a recorded conversation he said:

I made her life better by what I did…That’s enough for me…

Crehan told investigators where to find the knife he used to stab Noce and admitted he went to his home to give him a beat down, not kill him, but anger and passion took over, both led to the man’s killing, but not before Crehan described how Noce felt in those final moments of his life.

He was staring his actual penalty in the face…He knew exactly why.

While Noce pretended to be Monk’s stepfather, behind closed doors, he was her torturer. During those years of abuse, Monk told authorities Noce tortured her mentally as well as physically. After going into graphic detail with investigators describing her abuse, she described how Nose mentally abused her. He would say to her:

Your mom doesn’t love you. Your mom doesn’t want you.

Compounding matters for Monk, her mother moved out and left her with Noce, and the abuse continued. Eventually, in 2012 when Monk was still a teenager, she told her mother what Noce had done to her. Monk was then subjected to the justice system which, apparently, let the man who had abused her for years get off with a slap on the wrist.

Noce only spent 19 days in jail while he was waiting to be bailed out. After confessing the torture, recalling the horror, reliving the nightmares all over again, Judge White set Noce free on probation. That is when street justice picked up where the broken judicial system failed to take action, some might say.

Even though a grand jury indicted him for “aggravated rape,” he has yet to spend one day in prison. That sad reality was too much for the couple who went together on July 4, 2015, to give Noce the beating of his life. That beating turned into a murder, and now both Monk and Crehan are awaiting their own sentencing. Monk pleaded guilty and is facing 40 years in prison.

“I feel a lot better,” Crehan told detectives. “It’s not regret…Is it remorse? I’m not sorry for what I did.”

District Judge Tony Marabella is presiding over Crehan’s murder trial. Marabella was a member of Gary Plauche’s legal team. Plauche avoided prison time after shooting and killing his young son’s accused molester at the Baton Rouge airport in 1984.

Plauche pleaded no contest to manslaughter in the killing of Jeffery Doucet. As a result, he received a suspended seven-year prison term and was put on probation for five years. Plauche’s son has been present at Crehan’s trial in a show of support, not only for Crehan’s actions but also for his father.

Crehan stabbed Noce to death after choking him unconscious. He told investigators that Noce regained consciousness after being choked and lunged after Monk. Crehan said he grabbed the knife and stabbed his girlfriend’s abuser several times. Crehan and Monk have a child together. They are now asking for the same mercy the courts showed Noce.

Jody Plauche is now in his mid-forties. He commented to reporters about Crehan’s and Monk’s cases. He said Crehan, “killed a sex offender for a loved one.” He admitted his father was just as incensed with anger about the possibility that his abuser would never see a day in prison.

My father thought Jeff would get off without a life sentence just as Robert Noce did…There was no justice for Brittany Monk.

Plauche added he, “doesn’t condone taking the law into your own hands,” but feels the two and a half years Crehan has spent behind bars is, “just resolution in my opinion.” Additionally, he said, “My dad wasn’t in his right mind, and Jace and Brittany weren’t in their right minds.” Alluding to the reality both Crehan and Monk are now parents to a young baby, Plauche spoke to the difficult situation the family is now facing.

No parent should put themselves in a position to be prosecuted…He needs to be there for his son.

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Cop Convicted of Statutory Rape After Impregnating 13-Year-Old Tried to Contact Victim From Prison

A former North Carolina police officer who is serving time behind bars for statutory rape after impregnating a young teen is now adding insult to injury and has attempted to contact his victim, violating the restrictions set up by his plea agreement, authorities say.

According to the Gaston Gazette, James “Paul” Blair, 52, who is serving out a 12-year prison sentence, sent a letter to a family member in an attempt to get the message to the teen.

The victim’s mother, Karen Vaughn, told the news site that her daughter became sickened by these attempts at contact and had to be hospitalized.

“I have begged and I have asked for them to stop and they never stopped,” Vaughn said. “I called the prison several times and said there’s letters getting out. … Every time I try to push this back out of my mind, he just continuously does this. This child is [now] 15 years old. This has made her sick.”

District Attorney Locke Bell confirmed that corrections officials have told him a similar account, but it will be up to them to decide how the violation could impact Blair’s sentence. The Gazette notes that the maximum term on his plea agreement is nearly 20 years.

“I was amazed that he was stupid enough to do it,” Bell said.

Department of Public Safety officials declined to go into detail but said that the violation was a class B offense. But even before his conviction, Vaughn had claimed that Blair had attempted to contact her daughter while in jail.

Blair, a former officer with the Lowell, N.C., Police Department, was actually meant to be a mentor to the girl, who did have some troubles, but ended up abusing the child’s trust and taking advantage of her.

He took his sick ploy a step further in his repeated attempts to contact the already distressed teen.

“It makes me want to kill him,” the outraged mother said. “Whatever with jail. Jail doesn’t mean anything. The man is still doing it. Apparently he’s getting by with everything.”


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President Of Turkey: “Palestine Is An Innocent Victim… As For Israel, It Is A Terrorist State, Yes, Terrorist!

The Turkish leader has previously threatened to cut off ties with Israel if Trump follows through with his promise to move the US embassy. He has helped organize an international meeting of officials from Muslim majority countries to discuss how they should respond. Furthermore, he also warned that moving the embassy would represent an obstacle from a logistical standpoint.

Hours after Erdogan’s outburst, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hit back, calling his counterpart a leader who bombs Kurdish villagers and supports terrorists, during an official visit to Paris. While the two countries had normalised relations in recent years, Sunday’s flare-up came after Turkey was angered by US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel [nearly every deep state US president has done the same]. Furthermore, as we reported on Friday and Saturday, Trump’s move has sparked protests in Muslim and Arab countries for four days.

Erdogan earlier described the status of Jerusalem, whose eastern sector Palestinians see as the capital of their future state, as a “red line” for Muslims:

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Netanyahu was quick to counter the assault when he spoke later during a press conference alongside French President Emmanuel Macron:

“I am not used to receiving lectures about morality from a leader who bombs Kurdish villagers in his native Turkey, who jails journalists, who helps Iran go around international sanctions, and who helps terrorists, including in Gaza, kill innocent people,” he said quoted by AFP. “That is not the man who is going to lecture us.”

The tit for tat then continued, and the Israeli premier’s comments were immediately denounced by Erdogan’s spokesman Ibrahim Kalin who said:

“Instead of taking on our country and our leader, the Israeli authorities would do better to end their occupation of the Palestinian territories.”

Erdogan has used his position as the current chairman of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to call a summit of the pan-Islamic group on Wednesday.

“We will show that applying the measure will not be as easy as that,” he added on Sunday, referring to the US recognition of Jerusalem. He said it was “absurd” to deny the Jews’ “ancient connection” to Jerusalem.

During his speech, Erdogan held a picture of what he said was a 14-year-old Palestinian boy from Hebron, in the Occupied West Bank, being dragged away by Israeli soldiers. Turkey and Israel had improved diplomatic ties in recent years but Erdogan has continued to defend the Palestinian cause and has regularly criticised Israeli policy.


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Out Of This Second Temple That Was Destroyed 70 A.D. ~ The Only Remnant Is The Western Wailing Wall In Rothschild’s State Israel ~ Never To Be rebuilt.

The Destruction Of The Temple Is The End To The Old Testament Levitical Priesthood 70 AD, The End To The Earthly Promised Land,  And The New Beginning Of The Continuum Of The Promised Land In Heaven Through The New Covenant Jesus.

“Now as soon as the army had no more people to slay or plunder, because there remained none to be the objects of their fury…Caesar gave orders that they should now demolish the entire city and temple” Josephus Wars 7:1:1.

President Trump Pays Homage To The Remnants Of The Destroyed Earthly Temple Prophesied By Jesus The Christ.

Josephus (l. 7, Bell. c. 18), “Titus bid them utterly destroy the city and the Temple. But there was left standing the three towers, Hippicus, Phaselus, and Mariamne, and that part of the wall of the city which defended it on the west. This was done for the sake of the garrison which he left. And the towers were allowed to stand, in order to be a witness to posterity how strongly fortified was the city which the valour of the Romans had captured. But the remainder of the fortifications they so completely levelled with the ground, that persons who approached would scarcely have believed that the city had ever been inhabited.”

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