Saturday, October 30, 2021

A crackhead? Living at public largesse? Arrested before?

A racial hoax perpetrated by Lincoln Project...sexual predators.

The Lincoln Project, a liberal activist organization of former Republicans, admitted that they had orchestrated a bizarre campaign stunt involving a race hoax against the Republican candidate in Virginia's gubernatorial race.

On Friday liberal online influencers and local news outlets promoted a photograph of purported supporters of Glenn Youngkin with white supremacist garb and paraphernalia.

Online sleuths, however, quickly appeared to identify the participants as liberal activists through comparison of the photograph and staffers' online profiles.

Soon after, the Lincoln Project released a statement taking responsibility for the stunt.

"Today's demonstration was our way of reminding Virginians what happened in Charlottesville four years ago," read the statement, referring to a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The statement said the group intends on continuing their activism on social media and at Youngkin's rallies.

The campaign for former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe released a statement condemning the race hoax perpetrated against Youngkin.

"What happened today is disgusting and distasteful and we condemn it in the strongest terms. Those involved should immediately apologize," said Chris Bolling, the campaign manager for Terry for Virginia, in a statement to Vice News.

A liberal activist who orchestrates undercover sting operations took credit for the scheme.

"In my capacity as a communications consultant, I worked with the Lincoln Project to coordinate this action. I join them in the fight to defend our democracy from rightwing extremists," said Lauren Windsor in part on Twitter.

The Lincoln Project was organized to combat the influence of former President Donald Trump in the Republican party. The group was rockedby sexual harassment accusations against one of the co-founders, John Weaver, by young men who said he promised to help their political careers. Weaver admitted to making inappropriate comments and left the organization. The Lincoln Project has recently been dedicated to electing and supporting liberal democrats. 

The attempt to smear Youngkin might be a desperate attempt to push McAuliffe across the finish line after recent polling showed the Republican gaining on the former governor.

The racism in the Democrat Party exemplified here

"One tweet said "#TweetLikeAGuy going out with da nigguhs" and another said "#ThingsBlackFolksNeverThrowAway broken lamps.""

Guffaw, haha, tehee and so on.

Friday, October 29, 2021

Indulgences are a longstanding tradition

President Biden Says Pope Francis Told Him He Can Keep Receiving Communion

I'd say that this is an example of hate speech and how colleges waste money by providing employment for the useless

‘We got to take these motherf–kers out’: Rutgers professor calls white people ‘villains’

When did it become acceptable for company management to insult and harass employees like this?

How is this different then a Chinese company run by Communists. Will he go next to early morning Tai Chi?

'You are the problem': AT&T tells white staff they are racist, asks them to confess their 'white privilege' and to promote 'Defund the Police as part of re-education program by CEO John Stankey

  • AT&T provides its employees with access to a learning resource called Listen Understand Act
  • The internal forum provided recommendations for books and articles to read and films to watch
  • One senior employee told journalist Christopher Rufo that staff at AT&T were pressured to engage with the portal
  • Managers, the source said, had participation with some of the recommended material included in their annual review 
  • One of the recommended articles was from the Chicago Tribune, entitled: 'White America, if you want to know who's responsible for racism, look in the mirror' 
  • The portal recommends a '21-Day Racial Equity Habit Challenge', during which time participants are encouraged to interact with anti-racism activists and question their own actions

An unbelievable lack of self awareness... says a man who lives in a walled city state

Pope Francis: Let There Be No More Borders or Walls to ‘Hide Behind’

Contrast this with what a fallen soldier's family receives in death benefits

Biden administration is considering awarding $450,000 per person to families separated at the border under Trump's zero-tolerance policy: Payout could run to more than a billion dollars

  • Officials are considering the payments that could total close to $1 million for two people within the same family
  • The ACLU which represents the families, has identified about 5,500 children separated from parents at the border during the course of the Trump-era policy
  • Former President Trump's administration enacted the policy in April 2018 and withdrew it two months later after much controversy in June
  • The total potential payout could cost $1 billion or more

Vote fraud

Wisconsin Sheriff's Investigation: Election Laws Not Just Broken but 'Shattered' During 2020 Election

Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling announced today the results of an investigation into election law problems in Racine County and Wisconsin. 

“Election statute was in fact not just broken, but shattered by members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission,” Schmaling said. 

Schmaling and Sgt. Michael Luell, who led the investigation, said that they determined that eight people were living at the Ridgewood Care Center who had diminished capacity and who couldn’t even recognize family members at the Ridgewood Care Center had nonetheless voted by mail-in ballots. The investigation began on the complaint of one woman who said her mother voted despite not even being able to recognize her and beginning to hallucinate. 

Schmaling said that they might forward recommendations to the local DA but that they actually wanted a statewide investigation because they believed the problem was greater than in the one home but Luell’s investigation so far had only pertained to the one home. 

They claimed the Wisconsin Elections Commission broke the law when it told towns that they didn’t have to follow state law requiring “Special Voting Deputies” to go into the nursing homes to ensure that those who wanted to vote could vote. Those deputies are generally bipartisan and then can also obviously see that the actual person is voting for themselves. 

That law was waived by a bipartisan vote of the WEC throughout 2020, which the RCSO alleges is illegal and should be considered “election fraud” under Wisconsin statute. According to the investigation, staff members acted as SVDs, even though state law was supposed to have prohibited this.

Luell played a recording of one of the Commissioners on the WEC admitting that they would be telling clerks to break the law if they did this. 

Luell alleged Thursday that not only did the WEC advise that laws be ignored, but also that they failed to find alternatives to traditional SVDs to ensure that people who wanted to act as SVDs could do so in the interest of election integrity. He pointed out that the WEC has been meeting virtually for months, but never advised that perhaps SVDs could also do their work virtually.

Luell also reviewed visitor logs from the facility throughout 2020 that found dozens of non-employees and non-residents, such as maintenance workers and those coming in for interviews and at least one DoorDash food delivery driver, were allowed into the building throughout 2020, but no exceptions were made for SVDs.

Schmaling said that he’d contacted the Attorney General Josh Kaul, a Democrat, but Kaul declined to investigate. 

In response today, the Wisconsin Department of Justice, run by Kaul, said:

“Here, DOJ was previously in contact with Sheriff Schmaling, and DOJ advised that certain interviews be conducted that had not been at that time. Significantly, no charges have been filed in this case by the Racine County DA’s office. DOJ is also currently not aware of similar allegations anywhere else in Wisconsin.”

Schmaling said they’re just trying to hold people accountable and that there were clear violations of the law. 

Will anything be done to follow up on these questions? It’s not clear, but it obviously raises the greater question of varying from the state election law which isn’t supposed to happen. That creates a problem if it’s done across the state as it allegedly was done here in regard to nursing homes in terms of allegedly not having the SVDs. 

As we noted in the recent situation in California where Governor Newsom was trying to dictate election law, that’s specifically a legislative function that’s not supposed to be assumed by others, even the governor. 

Luell only looked at the one home so they don’t know how widespread problems might be, but that’s why they really should have an investigation to determine it and that’s likely why they probably went public with it so anyone who might have concerns would be aware they were looking into the question. 


By Nick Arama | Oct 28, 2021 7:00 PM ET

Will they burn his books?

The NAACP will be happy to micromanage your life.

Anti white racism should cost!

A former top hospital executive claimed he was unlawfully fired because he is a white man. He was awarded $10 million by a federal jury this week, but the health care system vows to appeal the decision. 

David Duvall – a former senior vice president of marketing and communication at Novant Health – sued his former employer for allegedly terminating him without warning or explanation right before his fifth anniversary with the company. Duvall alleged that the North Carolina-based Novant Health fired him in July 2018 in an effort to diversify top leadership positions. Duvall – who lives in Michigan – was replaced by one black woman and one white woman, according to the lawsuit.

In Duvall's lawsuit that was launched in 2019, he accused Novant of violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act – which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin.

Novant Health said in court filings that Duvall was terminated for deficient performance and the delegation of critical duties to subordinates, NBC News reported.

The Charlotte-based jury sided with Duvall on Tuesday, and said Novant Health failed to prove that it would have fired him regardless of his race and gender, the Winston-Salem Journal reported.

"We are pleased that the jury agreed that Duvall's race and gender were unlawful factors in his termination – that he was fired to make room for more diverse leaders at Novant," said Duvall's attorney S. Luke Largess.

"Duvall was a strong advocate of diversity at Novant," Largess continued. "We believe the punitive damages award is a message that an employer cannot terminate and replace employees in order to achieve greater diversity in the workforce."

"The message is not to abandon diversity and inclusion, it's to do it legally," Largess said.

Novant Health vehemently disagreed with the jury's decision and promised to appeal the ruling. 

"We are extremely disappointed with the verdict as we believe it is not supported by the evidence presented at trial, which includes our reason for Mr. Duvall's termination," said Novant Health spokesperson Megan Rivers. "We will pursue all legal options, including appeal, over the next several weeks and months.

"Novant Health is one of thousands of organizations to put in place robust diversity and inclusion programs, which we believe can co-exist alongside strong non-discriminatory policies that extend to all races and genders, including white men," Rivers added. "It's important for all current and future team members to know that this verdict will not change Novant Health's steadfast commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity for all."

A pandemic of out of control school boards


PETA insanity


Thursday, October 28, 2021

Progressives personal desires trump work.

'Any man who takes six months of leave for a newborn is a loser': Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur slams Pete Buttigieg for taking paternity leave and says 'correct masculine response' is for men to 'work harder to provide for kids' future'

  • Tech entrepreneur tweeted opposition to men being given paid paternity leave 
  • Joe Lonsdale, co-founder of Palantir, says men who take leave are 'losers' 
  • 'Correct masculine response' is for men to 'work harder to provide,' he said 
  • Lonsdale was responding to comments made by Spotify podcast Joe Rogan 
  • Rogan said he opposed Pete Buttigieg being given paternity leave 
  • Buttigieg, the Transportation Secretary, has been on paid leave since August 
  • He and his husband, Chasten, welcome two adopted babies into their family 
  • GOP slammed timing of leave, saying Buttigieg should deal with supply crisis 

Have we now become a totalitarian state

Virginia mother says feds, helicopter showed up at school board meeting and she's received 'daily threats'

Stacy Langton says she attended protest outside DOJ earlier this month

Is that so the deranged Progressives can come to your house as BLM does?

New rules prohibit the direct address of individual school board members, and require parents to state their home address before speaking