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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Attack Lawyer Gloria Allred is behind the attacks on Roy Moore

The way you can tell a person is an abuser is by establishing a history, a pattern, of type of predatory behavior. 

Gloria Allred is leading the attack on Roy "Judge" Moore.  Several women claim there were molested by Moore in the dim past.  Moore claims there is no substance to the charges.  The politically motivated attack will go on.

Gloria Allred is an attack lawyer for the left. She has never altered her playbook. The accusations she uses are that an conservative politician that the Left fears was"inappropriate" and molested some women or teenagers.  There has never been any substance to the attacks.  Every time in recent memory, when the Big Left wants an political enemy put away, they have called upon Gloria Allred to do the lying & dirty work.

For example ---

Gloria Allred, Big Left's attack lawyer, was involved in setting up the attack against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain in 2012.  Remember the allegations Cain faced, saying he molested women?  Those charges never resulted in any sort of legal action -- nothing ever happened, once Cain was out of the political picture.

Gloria Allred accused Donald Trump of sexually harassing women in 2016.  When evidence is demanded, the women involved merely whimper that they are victims of society.  We all know nothing ever came of this --- nothing ever came to trial.  Apparently there was no substance to the allegations.

Now Roy Moore is being tested with a barrage of hate and lies.  Will he give in to get personal peace against the lying Left, or does he have the sand in his innards to stand up for his own reputation and stay in the fight.  I hope so.  The Allred Left is ready to destroy democracy.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

The left swoops in on Las Vegas massacre

The dead weren't even finished dying in Las Vegas before the left swooped down to feed on gun control politics.

So rather than allow even one day to reflect and mourn, rather than allow us to consider the heroism of the survivors and first responders in that Las Vegas nightmare, politics saw an opportunity and took it immediately.

But the murderous retired accountant Stephen Paddock, 64, the lone gunman, wasn't all that impulsive.

Paddock took days to plan. He was meticulous, arranging a 23-gun arsenal -- some guns fully and illegally automatic -- in his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

He worked out his fields of fire, even set up cameras to alert him to police. He stocked up on thousands of rounds, and authorities said he also had components used to make bombs in his home and his car.

And then, when he was ready, he unleashed hell, shooting down on thousands of innocents at that Sunday-night country music concert across the way.

At least 59 are dead now, more than 500 injured.

As of this writing -- days after his killing spree -- authorities could not offer a motive. This is especially odd, because in such cases motives are usually released within hours; the shooter was a madman, or he had political associations and resentments forming the latticework of motive.

But not with this one, not with Paddock.

Yet even when the preliminary count of the dead was still in the 20s, as loved ones desperately tried to find the missing, listening to the terrible sound of cellphones ringing with no answer, the politicians made their moves.

Hillary Clinton, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, pundits by the deplorable basketful and others seized the moment to press for advantage.

The universal and hateful hot take came from Hayley Geftman-Gold, CBS vice president and legal counsel, on Facebook.

At least she was honest in her tribalism, upfront about it, using "Repugs" for Republicans and blaming them for not supporting blanket gun-control legislation.

What's not legitimate was her lack of sympathy for the dead.

"I'm actually not even sympathetic bc [because] country music fans often are Republican gun toters," Geftman-Gold wrote.  Later, she was fired.

-- John Kass

Friday, September 8, 2017

What is Antifa?

Antifa conceals their identities.  It is likely they conceal their true aims as well.

They claim to be anti-fascist.  But they use the tactics of the fascist, or more exactly, the authoritarian.  They are violent in suppressing free speech, free movement, free thought, freedom itself.  They benefit no one. 

"You will know them by their fruits (Matthew 7:15)," is apt.

Antifa is apparently well funded and coordinated.  They are probably a rich man's personal plaything.  The morons in black are willing to play social activist while indulging a lust for violence.

Monday, August 14, 2017

The evil in Charlottesville

In Seattle, people at a follow on demonstration were carrying placards with the usual boring sentiments, like "Trump wants Amerikkka," and the other usual brain-dead nonsense.

One placard said "White Silence is White Participation" apparently complaining Mr Trump was not harsh enough in condemning the vile deeds of violence.

But these words themselves were designed to promote violence and hate.  This kind of phrase is intended to corner people, not initiate conversation with them. 

The best answer is to get along.  Do something nice for a stranger, like holding the door at the store.  Don't notice their color or gender.  If they raise hell about your kindness, then forget about them.

There is an old cultural maxim, Let the name of the evil doer be forgotten.  Let there be no memory of the evil doer, and a rededication of society to do what is right and just.

Monday, July 10, 2017

Thought Police Target Free-Thinking UK Police Commissioner

The city council in the United Kingdom port city of Plymouth gave their finest impression of George Orwell’s Thinkpol this week.

The council formally admonished Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez for her off-the cuff comments to a BBC Radio program following the recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London.

According to reports, Hernandez’s mere suggestion that an armed citizenry might be capable of providing some protection against terrorist violence proved too much for the council to tolerate.

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