Monthly Archives: August 2020
A BLM Leader From An Organization Supported By PA Gov. Tom Wolf And Senator Bob Casey Says: I’m ready to put these police in a fucking grave
Will cops be expected to abide by the Marquess of Queensberry Rules?
You support this Tom? What if it was your wife or daughter. Keep your sign and take away your security… your sign won’t help.
Robby Soave | 8.25.2020 5:56 PM
In D.C., these protests took the form of bands of Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists roaming the streets and harassing random white people seated outdoors at restaurants. Videos of several of the encounters appeared all over social media on Tuesday. These are short clips, and it’s not possible to say for certain what happened immediately before and after the recordings. Context often matters in viral videos. Continue reading
Ilhan Omar called for “dismantling” America‘s “economy and political system” in the name of fighting racism and “oppression.” Some suggest she prefers Somalia.
Ilhan Abdullahi Omar (born October 4, 1982) Omar… has advocated for… abolishing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Omar was born in Mogadishu, Somalia on October 4, 1982. Omar’s family secured asylum in the U.S. and arrived in New York in 1995
Federal mandate for coronavirus vaccine not expected … and the PA governor does not have the authority to mandate a universal vaccine (does he?) but one might presume based on the events of 2020 heretofore that somewhere the unelected PA secretary of health is granted that authority.
No Worries Vaccine: If a vaccine is safe and effective, no worries get vaccinated and you are immuned. Doesn’t matter who else is vaccinated.
“We’re talking about abolishing the police, we’re talking about abolishing ICE, we’re talking about abolishing prisons.”
August 20, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — A “Black-Vietnamese, transgender non-binary/gender-transcendent mermaid Queen-King currently living out their ever-evolving truths in Winston-Salem” spoke at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) during the day on Tuesday. Continue reading
And Limited Seating Capacity To 25% In Restaurants
It should be sad and troubling for all Pennsylvanians that value freedom when one man and one transgendered man with the power of the state behind them can compel every bar in Pennsylvania to close indefinitely based solely on their “sense”.
“It wouldn’t make sense to wait for data to prove that gathering in bars is unsafe statewide.” PA Gov. Tom Wolf
“In Every Region Of The State”
On July 21, Wolf defending his unilateral order to close every bar in Pennsylvania said, “We have the data… that “in every region of the state has seen an uptick in cases” is “where people are coming together… where they’re drinking. That’s bars.” But Wolf was not going to tell us “exactly which bars… we’re not going to do that.”
On August 17, Wolf now says his unilateral decision to close every bar in Pennsylvania was based on reports from “Allegheny County that contact tracing there had shown the spread of COVID-19, particularly among younger adults, was being fueled by gatherings in bars.” But wait a minute as Wolf added he did not wait for any data adding that “It wouldn’t make sense to wait for data to prove that gathering in bars is unsafe statewide.”
Keep your reports succinct, utilize all your constitutional and collective bargaining rights. Remember the FOP is there on your behalf; the commissioned officer and IA not necessarily.
Trooper charged with murder after shooting Black driver forced into ditch during traffic stop
By: Crystal Bonvillian, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
Updated: August 17, 2020 – 6:07 PM
SYLVANIA, Ga. — A Georgia state trooper has been fired and arrested in connection with an attempted traffic stop that ended with the unarmed Black driver shot in the face and killed as he sat inside his vehicle, an attorney for his family said.
Jacob Gordon Thompson, 27, is charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the Aug. 7 shooting death Continue reading
The Pa. Department of Health claims their contact tracing supports bar closures and restaurant restrictions:
0.0000265625% of Pennsylvania’s population who tested positive for COVID-19 also reported visiting a bar between July 13 and August 11. Ipso facto Pennsylvania bars in all 67 counties were ordered to close indefinitely. Continue reading