Saturday, October 31, 2015

Rubio Is Cashin' In!

The biggest endorsement for the Florida senator is a big bundler for the Republican Party. This bundler gave millions to Republicans like the perennial loser Mitt Romney.

Paul Singer a mega donor came out in favor of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL). Singer was a supporter of Jeb Bush. He flipped the script on Bush and cashed in on Rubio.

This is a big blow to the Bush campaign.

"He is accustomed to thinking about American foreign policy as a responsible policy maker," the hedge fund manager wrote. "He is ready to be an informed and assertive decision-maker." Rubio is the "best explainer of conservatism in public life today" and can "appeal to both the head and the heart," wrote Singer, describing the senator as the only candidate who can "navigate this complex primary process" and go on to defeat Hillary Clinton.
Money man gave Sen. Marco Rubio a $$$$$$$$$$ contract.
Bush, whose campaign warned donors last week that Rubio is a "risky bet," tried hard to win Singer's support, as did Chris Christie. Sources tell the Times that there was no single moment when the billionaire decided on Rubio, although Bush's dismal debate performance didn't help his cause. At a campaign event in Iowa on Friday, Rubio said he welcomed Singer's support, though he added that "resources alone are not enough" and "you have to have the right ideas and the right principles and convince people that you’re the right person for the job," the Guardian reports. He declined to address Bush's attacks on him, saying he doesn't think "it is a smart thing for Republicans to do Hillary Clinton’s job for her."

Singer warned Republicans that if they continue to push the anti-gay agenda, he might pull back on them. Singer is a strong supporter of Israel. Singer has a son who is gay.

Islamic State Rapper Killed In U.S. Airstrike!

Deso Dogg gave up hip-hop to join foreign extremists. The U.S. served him a rocket.
Scratch that: He is still alive!

Denis Cuspert left the rap game for the jihad. The former German rapper who went by the name Deso Dogg was one of the militants killed in a U.S. airstrike in Syria.

He ended his rap career after converting to Islam and taking the name Abou Maleeq. He left Germany for Egypt and eventually Syria, where he fought with the jihadist anti-government forces in the Syrian Civil War, under the nom de guerre of Abu Talha Al-Almani (meaning The German Abu Talha).

He was injured during the fighting in the northern-Syrian town of Azaz in an air-strike conducted by the Syrian Army. In 2014 he gave his oath of allegiance to Islamist-Jihadi group the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

The United States Department of State added Cuspert to its list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists.
This was Deso Dogg's posse. The Western nations want this posse eliminated.
Being placed on that list usually means that if there's an attempt of capture, it's likely the target will be killed. The U.S. expected that his capture could result in a deadly encounter.

Cuspert was killed in a US airstrike near Al-Raqqah, Syria, according to a US Department of Defense spokesperson. According to German terrorism expert Florian Flande, a resident of Raqqa broke the news of Cuspert's death on October 17, 2015.

Be warned his lyrics are explicit and some of the language in German and English.

Friday, October 30, 2015


Republicans chairman Reince Priebus bans NBC from debates.

I can imagine the concern trolls saying that the Democrats did it to that right wing network when then senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton boycotted the debate in Nevada.

I remember over at Steve Doocy's Playhouse, the agitators told their viewers about Obama attending a radical Islamic madrassah and it was being spread around by Clinton's operatives.

Obama blasted the network for misleading the notion that he's a Muslim. What made him boycott the event? Well it had to be the head hancho over at that network. Chief Roger made an inappropriate joke about Obama. That was the last straw for Obama.

He froze the network out for nearly a year. It took Rupert Murdoch to broker peace with the network.

To this day, President Barack Obama looks at that network as "the opposition". He believes that he won't be able to talk about issues on that network. He believe that network attacks him and his allies for ratings. He cites that annoying conservative agitator as one of the reasons to why that network isn't friendly to him or Democrats.
NBC News disappointed that Republicans bowed out.

The network fired back at the Democrats by saying they've caved to the pressures of liberal activist groups such as They said that if you can't handle us, you can't be the president.

Now it seems like history is repeating itself.

The Republican National Committee is doing damage control after Republican candidates complained about the debate on CNBC. Some of the candidates were pissed they didn't get a lofty green room and the questions didn't focus on real matters.

Today it seems like the Republican leader caved to pressure from the candidates. Reince Priebus formally banned NBC from participating in debates. That includes Spanish network Telemundo.

Reince Priebus release a statement in regards to the CNBC debate. He said that he's no longer going to invest time in working with NBC.

Mr. Andrew Lack
Chairman, NBC News
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York 10112

Dear Mr. Lack,

I write to inform you that pending further discussion between the Republican National Committee (RNC) and our presidential campaigns, we are suspending the partnership with NBC News for the Republican primary debate at the University of Houston on February 26, 2016. The RNC’s sole role in the primary debate process is to ensure that our candidates are given a full and fair opportunity to lay out their vision for America’s future. We simply cannot continue with NBC without full consultation with our campaigns.

The CNBC network is one of your media properties, and its handling of the debate was conducted in bad faith. We understand that NBC does not exercise full editorial control over CNBC’s journalistic approach. However, the network is an arm of your organization, and we need to ensure there is not a repeat performance.

CNBC billed the debate as one that would focus on “the key issues that matter to all voters—job growth, taxes, technology, retirement and the health of our national economy.”  That was not the case. Before the debate, the candidates were promised an opening question on economic or financial matters. That was not the case. Candidates were promised that speaking time would be carefully monitored to ensure fairness. That was not the case.  Questions were inaccurate or downright offensive. The first question directed to one of our candidates asked if he was running a comic book version of a presidential campaign, hardly in the spirit of how the debate was billed.

While debates are meant to include tough questions and contrast candidates’ visions and policies for the future of America, CNBC’s moderators engaged in a series of “gotcha” questions, petty and mean-spirited in tone, and designed to embarrass our candidates. What took place Wednesday night was not an attempt to give the American people a greater understanding of our candidates’ policies and ideas.

I have tremendous respect for the First Amendment and freedom of the press. However, I also expect the media to host a substantive debate on consequential issues important to Americans. CNBC did not.

While we are suspending our partnership with NBC News and its properties, we still fully intend to have a debate on that day, and will ensure that National Review remains part of it.

I will be working with our candidates to discuss how to move forward and will be in touch.


Reince Priebus
Chairman, Republican National Committee

Quick poll.

What are your thoughts on the GOP banning NBC?

Great Idea. NBC has always been against Republicans. The junk food media is too liberal and Republicans will never get fair coverage.
Bad Idea.  Getting mad at the junk food media shows the public that Republicans are petty. They can't handle pressure being the president.
Poll Maker

Like I've said in the previous posting. NBC and other networks should tell Republicans to "go fuck themselves". They should say to Priebus, "Fine, we'll no longer cover Republicans".

Good luck on winning votes.

Let the Republicans grant all their debates to that right wing network, Newsmax, The Blaze, Cumulus, Salem Radio and iHeart Media. Let them deal with all the Republican debates.

Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, George Pataki, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, Jim Gilmore, Lindsey Graham  and Jeb Bush needs the junk food media more than they need them.

I mean if you're that petty over a few questions, how can you deal with a real issue?

If you believe that the decision was a good idea or a bad idea, vote in our poll.


Jeb Bush got roll'd by Marco Rubio.

The aftermath of the Republican debate. CNBC defends its moderators after a handful of Republican candidates went off on them. The Republican candidates claim that the moderators didn't treat them fairly.

Reince Priebus went on that annoying conservative agitator's program to bitch about how CNBC messed up. Now the Republican National Committee officially suspends NBC handling of debates.

I am sure NBC will fire back at the RNC.

They tossed out the media bias bone and now conservatives are extremely livid.

Many agitators in the junk food media (i.e. conservatives) claim that they've proven a point.

Instead of answering the questions, the candidates will deflect from the question to attack the moderator. They believe it's their key to winning the Republican primary. I hear that the Republican candidates want the national party leaders to vet the moderators.

If you can't answer a few goddamn questions, how can you be the President of the United States?

Anyway one candidate didn't speak about the debate. He managed to dodge questions about being on "dire condition". Former Florida governor Jeb Bush is facing harsh criticism. Many believe his debate performance was a disaster. Many believe the Bush was a shoe in for the nomination.

Bush had face self-inflicted wounds and a mighty insurgent Donald Trump. Post debate, I am assuring that Bush is running either ahead of Mike Huckabee or behind Carly Fiorina.

Bush wanted to knock Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) for being an inept lawmaker. Rubio went around and backhanded Bush. They were once friends in the Florida state house. It turns out that the bad blood was spilled on Wednesday night.

Most in the junk food media concludes that Rubio, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Donald Trump survived the cut.

There's going to be another debate on the networks. I can bet you money, they're going to be more attacks at the moderators and more diversion tactics.
Still charting the wrong course, Reince Priebus decides to put NBC on ice. Suspends partnership with Telemundo and NBC.
I hear the calls of boycott.

The concern trolls want to boycott debates sponsored by CBS, ABC, CNN, Bloomberg, PBS, Telemundo and Univision. According to the concern trolls, the networks are liberal. NBC already got hit with a boycott.

If I was the presidents of these networks, I would tell them to "go fuck yourselves".

I would say, "Fine, we'll no longer cover Republicans". Good luck on winning votes. Let the Republicans grant all their debates to that right wing network, Newsmax, The Blaze, Cumulus, Salem Radio and iHeart Media. Let them deal with all the Republican debates.

The executives should ban all Republicans from appearing on their networks. Let them bitch about that. Tell them that you can't be President of the United States if you're constantly complaining about not getting your way.

President Barack Obama faces a barrage of attacks from the junk food media. He brushes it off. Sometimes when gets annoyed with the junk food media, he let's them have it. The junk food media covered Hilary Clinton in a negative light. Benghazi and email server stories were plaguing the campaign. It wasn't her fault that Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) blabbed out the objective.

Since the junk food media is invested in the entertainment concept such as that right wing network, they try to cave to Republicans petty and frankly childish demands.

Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, George Pataki, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum, Jim Gilmore, Lindsey Graham  and Jeb Bush needs the junk food media more than they need them.

German Racist Kills Innocent Immigrant Boy!

Mohamed Januzi was killed by a racist man.

The folks over at Buzzfeed report that a man is being held in lockup on the charge of murder.

The 32-year old German man who has not being identified was arrested in the death of a Bosnian boy.

Mohamed Januzi a 4-year old boy from Bosina went missing earlier this month was found dead in a vehicle yesterday. Berlin police arrest the suspect after he confessed to murdering the boy.

He told his mother and she told him to turn himself in. The suspect also confessed to killing another child. The first victim was named Elias who went missing in July in the town of Potsdam.

Mohamed was last seen leaving a refugee camp with an unidentified man. Surveillance footage being released by the law. Mohamed's mother lost sight of him after she saw him playing with other children.

Germany is the recipient of the larges number of asylum applicants. With immigrants coming at such a rapid rate, many conservatives in Germany believe that the threat of terrorism would follow.

German residents listen to American conservative agitators too. They seem to believe that people fleeing danger are the danger. German right wingers are trying to stop immigration at the door.

American conservative agitators (i.e. that network and old fart Limbaugh) have been on this kick about the United States taking 200,000 refugees this year. It turns out that's not the case.

The United States is taking about 14,000 refugees.

World News Today send our condolences to the family of Mohamed Januzi and the unknown boy.

OKC Cop Faces Heat For Smacking Up Teen!

Oklahoma City cop on ice after he was caught on camera smacking up a teen.

Looks like even school resource officers are afraid to do their jobs! According to the FBI's James Comey, those in law enforcement are afraid to do their jobs. The so-called Ferguson effect has made cops jobs difficult says the agitators in the junk food media.

I call that bullshit for two reasons. If cops aren't doing their jobs, then they're the ones who end up being in trouble for misconduct. If there was better training for law enforcement, you wouldn't hear these stories in the junk food media.

#BlackLivesMatter activists want police reform. They're not a "murder group" or a "hate group".

It seems like there's got to be better training for school resource officers. The now infamous video of the disgraced Richland County sheriff's deputy Ben Fields dragging the victim on the floor has the nation talking.

Fields was fired out the cannon after this video was posted on social media.

Now an Oklahoma City lawman is in the freezer after he was caught on surveillance camera smacking up a teenager.

Thomas Jaha on ice after smacking teen.
The teen was in the hallway without a hall pass. The officer Thomas Jaha told the teen to get back to class. The teen said that he wanted to get a drink of water.

There was a few words exchanged and soon the teen was arrested for disorderly conduct. But after the school reviewed the video, the officer was charged with battery and lying on a report,

Jaha said that the teen got in his face and threatened assault on him. The video told a different story.

“He struck a student twice in the head after this student got in an aggressive stance and faced the master sergeant,” Capt. Paco Balderrama of the Oklahoma City Police Department said.

In the video, the student can be seen walking out of the bathroom with the officer, and while, on his way back to class, he stops at the water fountain for a drink. The water fountain was directly next to the bathroom that they were walking out of, and the teen did not have to go out of his way or waste any time to get a drink of water. The student’s choice to get a drink of water along the way was seen as a sign of disrespect by the officer, who then took it upon himself to assault the boy.

While the teenager did not hit the officer at any time, the officer claims that he hit him in self-defense because the boy allegedly took an aggressive stance and balled his fists, which is not depicted in the video.

“They have the right to defend themselves. They have the right to use physical force to protect themselves, protect the public. And in this particular case, the force was not appropriate to the incident,” Balderrama said.

Although Jaha has been charged with assault he is still on the police force and iced with pay. He may face a cannon firing after the video went viral.

Just in case I hear this concern troll nonsense about the victim and the lawman's race: The victim was White and the lawman was Black, okay! - Oklahoma City, OK - News, Weather, Video and Sports |

Thursday, October 29, 2015

House Weeper Paul Ryan!

Will it get better? -  Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI)

The former vice presidential nominee is now third in line in the power of succession. The House of Representatives voted today to place him at the gavel. He will now have the difficult task of trying to get the House in order.

The Republican lawmaker from Janesville was really reluctant to take the task, but for the sake of the party, he decided to jump into this.

Paul Davis Ryan, you got a big House. Mr. Ryan, the pressure is now on you to work with President Barack Obama and the members of Congress.

You will be the third Midwestern lawmaker to become the most powerful (and yes gullible) lawmaker in the country. You will be issued Secret Service detail and a cool perks being the House Speaker. You are going to make tough decisions that may help or hurt the country.

Many in the insurgency thought Ryan will be willing to compromise with the Democrats. Ryan also said that he will work with the president. He warned Republicans that he will not cave to pressure from either the president or a handful of insurgents.

The White House has called the new Speaker and wished him well.

His predecessor Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) said that he will get the budget and debt ceiling debacle completed before he steps down. Today the House had passed the legislation. The senate will take up the measure. Of course, I am guessing that Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) will find ways to derail the deal.

He was the chairman of House Ways and Means committee. He held that position for a couple of years now.

Picking him was a controversial move.

The 1st Congressional District has a Cook PVI rating of Republican +3. His district is a swing that leans Republican.

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) will now continue his reign on World News Today.

Jared Fogle Heads To Federal Time Out!

The biggest celebrity shocker to happen. Subway's Jared Fogle admits to harboring child porn and traveling across state lines to have sex with underage children. He will head to federal time out.

The former Subway spokesman is heading off to federal time out. Before he heads off, his former friend Dr. Phil McGraw, the famed television psychologist, talks to the woman who brought him down.

Dr. Phil was granted access to the recordings that brought Fogle down.

Boy these recordings were disturbing. In a two part series, Dr. Phil talks to Rochelle Herman-Walrond, a former radio host who interviewed him and became suspicious when she overhead him say he found middle school girls attractive.

Rochelle would become an informant for the FBI. She wanted to gain Fogle's trust so he would tell his greatest fantasy. He wanted a threesome with her, a teenage girl and him.

Fogle would often brag about having feelings for boys and girls in some of these recordings.
Michael Phelps with disgraced pitchman Jared Fogle.
CBS News reports Rohcelle told Dr. Phil McGraw she began providing secretly recorded conversations to the FBI, calling them "disgusting."

"I felt like I was so dirty," she told Dr. Phil. "My soul was dirty."

Fogle even details the process of how he approaches the young victims.

"We just start sharing stories, and then, you know, we get a little closer, and a little closer, and a little closer, and before you know just starts to happen," Fogle told Rochelle, saying it was not hard "at all."

"He talks about how to groom a family, he talks about how to groom the victim, he talks about all the things he does, the tricks of his trade," Dr. Phil said. "He just basically gives you the playbook of an evil monster."

Fogle became a household name as a pitchman for Subway, and used his fame to establish a foundation promoting healthy lifestyles among children.

In August, Fogle pleaded guilty to one count of distributing and receiving child pornography and one count of crossing state lines to engage in illicit sex with minors. He will be sentenced in November.
Dr. Phil talks to the FBI informant about Jared Fogle.
Subway cut ties with its spokesman following his arrest. In September, the chain said Rochelle made a serious complaint about Fogle in 2011, but that it had been mishandled.

After amassing five years-worth of recordings, Rochelle finally reached her breaking point when Fogle mentioned her two young children.

"What if we, what if we put a camera in your kids' room, would they be okay with that?," he asks her in the recording. "Would you rather have it in your son or your daughter's room? Which one do you think would be better?"

Dr. Phil said Rochelle had to distance herself from her kids and family for hours afterwards.

"And it took a lot of time from her family and changed who she was. That was a very painful thing for her," said Dr. Phil.

"Dr. Phil" -- which is distributed by CBS television -- is devoting two episodes to the audio recordings - one airing Thursday and another airing Friday.

Fogle is facing five to 12 and a half years in prison and up to a $500,000 fine. His attorney declined to comment.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Goon Squad: The CNBC Republican Debate!

Who won the debate? Donald Trump, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. Who really won the night? Hillary Clinton.

Debate night! The third Republican debate is happening tonight.

CNBC and the Colorado Republican Party host the debate at the University of Colorado in the lovely liberal city of Boulder.

I've heard Republican candidates got upset over the green room. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Chris Christie were pissed that they had smaller green rooms compared to Donald Trump and Ben Carson.

We had an opportunity to hear the four lower tiers have their debate. Unfortunately I didn't get an opportunity to hear them. I will talk about them in the later.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bobby Jindal, Rick Santorum and George Pataki have their opportunity to debate economic issues.

Jim Gilmore was barred from the debate because he's the "officially last candidate". That title normally would have went to Rick Santorum.

The debate begins with the candidates. CNBC moderators were John Harwood, Carl Quintanilla, and Becky Quick (additional questions will be asked by Rick Santelli, Sharon Epperson, and Jim Cramer).

The Republicans were really downright rude towards the moderators. Even if the questions were "biased", they should have sucked it up and answered them. 

Greatest Weakness: The most toughest question for the candidates is what is their biggest weakness and how can they improve it. After all, they all believe they're not "weak!"

Ohio governor John Kasich's weakness "deflection". He didn't answer the question.

Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee's weakness "I tried to follow the rules".

Former Florida governor Jeb Bush's weakness "anger".

Florida senator Marco Rubio's weakness "deflection". He didn't answer the question.
Bad blood between Bush and Rubio. Questions over Rubio's lack of voting record came into the debate.
Reality television star and real estate mogul Donald Trump's weakness "trust too many politicians".

Former neurosurgeon and conservative agitator Benjamin Carson's weakness "not seeing myself ready for the job".

Former HP CEO and U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina's weakness "no personality".

Texas senator Ted Cruz's weakness "too agreeable to the status quo".

New Jersey governor Chris Christie's weakness "deflection". He didn't ask the question. Slipped Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders into the debate.

Kentucky senator Rand Paul's weakness "deflection". He didn't answer the question and threaten another filibuster on the debt ceiling.

This became a heated moment already in when the panel asked Trump about his tax plan. Kasich got a little testy with Trump and Carson earlier. Kasich decided to jump in and interrupt the moderators.

The question for Carson was about his economic policies. He struggled to answer that question.
The Paul campaign complains about the green room space.
Kasich is trying his "Hail Mary" tactic. He goes after Trump and Carson. Trump hits him hard with Lehman Brothers and the hypocrisy on being the "nice guy" in the room. Carson hits back on Kasich on the hypocrisy.

Cruz rolled out his tax policy. He wants the flat tax and a business flat tax for corporation and hedge funds.

Fiorina slams the candidates for taking about saying they can do something but end up breaking their promises. She said that the politicians and "cutting taxes" talk is getting old. She wants the tax code lowered to three pages instead of 70,000.

Rubio was asked the question of being inept. Rubio is not voting on the floor. He blames the media for calling him out on his dismal record. Rubio brings up Bob Graham, Barack Obama and John Kerry's record in the senate. Out of the three, Barack Obama became the president. Rubio wants to say that "everyone in the establishment" wants him gone. He said that the "gotcha" questions are the reasons for why Republicans distrust the junk food media. He said that Obama's policies aren't working.

Bush got into the mix by saying that Rubio is wasting tax payer dollars. Rubio said Bush is wasting his time on attacking him. Rubio went there. He said that Bush wants to be like "John McCain".

Bush slammed the four Republican senators for stalling government. Bush also had to answer why he was sinking in the polls.

Fiorina was asked about her cannon firing at HP. She said that she made difficult moves and told the story of buying Gateway and Compaq computers. She admits that disagreements between her bosses.

HP founder Tom Perkins believes that rich people should influence elections. Fiorina deflected from the question by saying that "she had disagreements" and she believe he's wrong on the statement.

Cruz was asked about the debt ceiling and fiscal budget deal. Cruz answered back saying that he is sick and tired "media's gotcha" moments. Cruz had his gotcha moment. Blaming the media and the Democratic debate on CNN for the lack of fireworks. Cruz went there. He said that the moderators would not vote for them. Cruz didn't answer the question on the budget deal. Cruz deflects the potential government shutdown question.

Paul was asked the same question. Paul said that the Congress failed the American people for picking Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as the Weeper of the House. He also claimed that the Republicans are wasting their time on caving to the president and establishment.

Christie was asked about the retirement age. He deflects from the question. He said the government lied to you about the benefits. He also said that over 3/4th of the government spending goes to entitlements. He brings up Clinton and the claims that she wants to raise taxes on the middle class and the poor.
Christie dropped Clinton's name more than the rest of the candidates on stage.
Huckabee responds back with a snark. He was finally asked a question and an opportunity to respond to the claims by Christie. Huckaebee slams the candidates for thinking about cutting social security benefits. Christie responds back by saying that this saying it's a "Fantasy for lawmakers" to believe that social security isn't being wasted.

Cruz made a remark to the marijuana legalization and finally responds to the social security benefits. Still not responding back to the government shutdown threats.

Huckabee believes that the government "mugged" those on social security.

Trump was asked about bankruptcy and Atlantic City. He also went on to slam New Jersey (i.e. Chris Christie). He said that Atlantic City is falling apart. Trump said that he never filed for bankruptcy.

He said that it's disgraceful for the city to be in an economic crisis. Given the Hurricane Sandy destruction, the city has suffered from years of casino

Carson was asked about the douchebag who tried to rise up HIV/AIDS treatment. Carson said that the government shouldn't often get involved in the price.

Christie was asked about the bank bailouts and the corporations rolling out dangerous products. As usual, Christie claimed that the government is selective on who's they charge for criminal misconduct. He claims that David Patereus was driven down because of the government. He said that he would throw any corporate individual responsible for the death,

Bush was asked about the "DAY ONE" question. Bush said the infamous "Put me in". Bush used the Obama bipartisan deals for his answer. Bush said that he cut taxes and will not allow Clinton to become a "third term of Obama".

Kasich dropped the nice guy act.
Fiorina on the internet sales tax. She deflects to corny capitalism. She falsely describes socialism. Fiorina believes that the internet sales tax is wrong. She said the government crushes small business.

Rubio was asked about ethics and fiscal responsibility. He said that he's not going to answer these "bogus" questions. He said that he was more focused on dealing with issues for the middle class. Rubio also said that he's not worried about his problems. He wants to deal with the economy. The moderator asked the question about why he chose to do this stuff once he gotten elected. She even brought up the fact he made a lot off a book deal. Rubio went there. He said that he appreciates the book plug. He said that she should read it sometime which got an applause line.

Kasich was asked the question on the import/export bank. Kasich said that we should apply fair wages to everyone. He brags about how he turned Ohio around. He deflects from answering the question. He said that he has a tax reform plan that will cut entitlements and vows to grow the economy.

Cruz was asked on working women. Cruz said that the economy must be turnaround. He blames the Democrats for tort lawyers. He tells a personal story about his siblings and family members being single parents. He said that single mothers deserve respect. He said that the Obama economy is hurting the single mothers. He slams the rich and the well off. He said that he is willing to fight for those left behind.

Fiorina said that Clinton is divisive on women's issues. Fiorina blames Obama for the first year of his presidency when the recession hit. He inherited an economy in shambles.

Carson on Costco and domestic partner benefits. Carson said that he has no problem with the LGBT community. He said that he defines marriage between man and woman. He said that the media mistaken his comments about gay marriage. He said that the Left divides Americans with political correctness. Of course, deflecting the question on Costco's worker friendly policies.

Carson was called out on his pharmaceutical ties. The crowd booed the moderator when he question his judgement (or vetting). Carson slammed the moderator by saying that he didn't approve of his likeness in any advertising.

Rubio on technology and immigration reform. Moderator slipped on calling Huckabee. Rubio was asked about hiring immigrants. Rubio wants to get vocational training for American students. Rubio also said that Canada and other countries are taking away good paying jobs.

Trump on immigration reform and questioned about Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg comments. Trump slammed the moderator on the question. Trump said that he's not asking for donations. He self funding his campaign. He slams Rubio, Bush and Carson for taking superpac money. He deflect from the question.

Rubio said that the Democrats had the ultimate "superpac" the junk food media.

Cruz on the Federal Reserve. Cruz wants to "Audit the Fed". Stealing a line from Ron Paul. He also stole the thunder from Rand Paul. Cruz said that feds should stop juicing the economy. He will not support any raise to the interest rate and debt ceiling.

Paul also thanked Cruz. Paul said that Ben Bernake is wrong on calling them Know-Nothings. Paul also said that he appreciates that Cruz will endorse Paul's proposal to filibuster the debt dela.

Carson on government subsidies. Carson said that he was wrong on taking subsidies. He said that wants to rid the country of "I'll scratch your back if you scratch mine" policies. Took a dig at Bernie Sanders.

Huckabee railed against income inequality. Question on how to deal fairly. Brought up the military defense blimp slipping away today. He said that government is willing to take more and give out less.

Huckabee got testy about not getting talk time.

Bush on tax reform. Asked about the capital gains tax. Why would he tax labor more than investors?

Bush responds to the question.

Rubio on tax reform. He believes that a story from the Tax Foundation is a farce. He said that his tax plan is pro-growth.

Paul got testy about getting response time. Paul talks about his tax proposal.

Cruz also got his turn to plug his tax proposal. Cruz believes he can eliminate the IRS and have taxes done on a postcard.

Kasich on Issue 2 and 3. The state is proposing legalizing marijuana. If passed, only in ten Ohio counties, marijuana will be legally distributed. It will be greatly regulated by the state. He talks about heroin and income inequality. He wants to eliminate the U.S. Department of Education. He wants to cut welfare and Medicaid.

Trump on immigration reform. The moderator brings up Trumps slam on Zuckerberg and Rubio. He strongly believes that immigrants are fine to come in, as long as they're legally. Moderator brought up Trump's own website for the question and jab at Rubio.

Rubio said that permanent resident rules should be changed.
Did anyone watch them?
Trump on gun free zones. Trump believes that gun free zones are a disaster. Trump would feel comfortable about his employees having firearms on his properties. Trump brings up the government being predictable and giving our strategies to the enemy.

Huckabee on morals. He claims that New York and Los Angeles values aren't American. Huckabee was asked about Trump. Huckabee said that he won't answer questions about Trump. He said he rather allow Trump be president over Hillary Clinton. Huckabee said he's the "only guy" that fights the Clinton machine and the junk food media. Huckabee wore a tie from the Donald Trump Collection. The question asked to Huckabee netted boos.

Christie interrupted the question on control. He brings up the James Comey and Black Lives Matter comments. He claims that crime is going up because of the alleged "Ferguson Effect". Christie claims that the president doesn't support those in law enforcement.

Fiorina on 401K and retirement benefits. Fiorina believes that Clinton policies will destroy the 401K system. She believes the government is too big and will destroy families lives.

Kasich on student loans and debt. Kasich said that he will change the system. He brags about proposals the state has on college tuition and college tenure.

Bush respond back. He said that Kasich's policies are great. He believes the states should have the power to control colleges.

Bush on fantasy sports being considered gambling. Bush said that it's gambling. He believes that fantasy sports betting should be regulated.

Christie respond back quickly. He said that it's ridiculous for us to talk about it. He said that we should worry about the Islamic State, closing the borders and focusing on fixing the economy.

Christie went there. He got smart with the moderator. He told the moderator to stop interrupting him.

Christie is talking about climate change. He believes that we can change the direction of oil. He said that he's open to coal, solar and wind.

Paul on Medicare. Paul believes that the private sector handles health care better than the government. He believes that the government is taking advantage of the system. He would gladly change the Medicare system.

Huckabee and Bush responds back to question given to Paul on Medicare.

Bush on economy and Trump's proposals. Trump answered that we need to bring jobs back to America. He talked about Nabisco shipping down to Mexico. Bush said that the wealthy should be banned from taking the same benefits that the middle class earned.

Kasich interjected in the Medicare question. He agrees with Trump and Bush on most of what they've said.

Paul thinks that the policies proposed by Trump, Bush and Kasich are wrong. He believes that we should raise the retirement age. Christie wanted to interrupt but was cut off quickly.

Carson was asked about Medicare. Carson would love to replace Medicare with health savings accounts. Christie was asked about the Medicare question as well. He believes that the retirement age should be raised. Christie also slams the moderators on CNN. He said that the Democrats are devoted to giving away the farm. Rubio also agreed with the notion that media is devoted to not electing Republicans. Fiorina said the candidates need to stop grandstanding on promises and actually do something.

Paul gets closing statements. He wants small government. He said that he will vow to stop the bipartisan deal by Boehner and McConnell.

Christie gets closing statements. He said that we should be pissed at Washington. He said that he will take on the problems hands down.

Cruz gets closing statements. He said that he is proud standing up to Obama and Republican lawmakers. He said that he will continue his crusade against Obamacare, Planned Parenthood and executive orders.

Fiorina gets closing statements. She said that politicians are all talk and no action. She said that she would love to take on Clinton. She will cut the government to the bare bone.

Carson gets closing statements. He thanks the candidates for not going after him. He also thanks the audience and candidates for slamming the moderators and their questions. He said that political correctness is ruining our country.

Trump gets closing statements. He said that our country is losing. He said that we need to eliminate the debate times. He said that we need to keep the debates short. He said that we have to keep our conversations short and simple.

Rubio gets closing statements. He said that he's blessed to be a decent of immigrants. He said that the government should listen to the needs of the American people.

Bush gets closing statements. He said that he will change the gridlock in Washington. He said that Obama is a cynical divider and chief. He believes that he can bring Tallahassee to Washington.

Huckabee gets closing statements. He said that this is not a game. He believes that the American people will not tolerate the media making Republicans fight. He said that he make this country great for his grandchildren.

Kasich gets closing statements. He said that he's not a miracle worker. He believes that if he gets elected he can get things done. He said that if we start from the bottom up we can accomplish the goals. Kasich ends on "GOD BLESS AMERICA".

The debate was a train wreck. The Republicans were hostile towards the moderators.

The debate was a giveaway for Hillary Clinton. They all showed they can't handle pressure.

Temperament was a major factor to this. I felt that they have no patience when it comes to the handling the nation's problems.

Who won the debate?

Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio.

Who had a bad night?

John Kasich, Jeb Bush and Rand Paul.

Who had the least amount of time?

Mike Huckabee.

Who actually won the debate?

Hillary Clinton.

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Blaming The Media
Government Is Bad
Barack Obama
I'm An Outsider
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If I'm President...
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Cop Walk In The Zachary Hammond Case! [NSFW]

The killing of  Zachary Hammond.was justified says the law.

If it wasn't for #BlackLivesMatter, we wouldn't hear the story of a 19-year old teen being gunned down by plain clothes after they accused him of raving up the vehicle and trying to run him over.

The FBI and Justice Department are looking into the case. They are determining if use of force was justified.

Zachary Hammond, a Seneca, South Carolina teen was accompanied by an alleged prostitute. Tori Morton, 23 year old accompanied with Zach was later arrested.

Tori Morton was sobbing in mug.
Now that she's out of lockup Tori said that the cop used excessive force.

The law put two slugs in Zach. He was killed upon impact. His vehicle rolled a bit. He was unarmed.

The officer who put the slugs in him was 32-year-old police lieutenant Mark Tiller. Tiller was not indicted in the shooting. This sparked outrage among the family and #BlackLivesMatter activists.

Now his family demands answers to why their son was gunned down. Yeah, the junk food media will do the usual "well he was this before that!" They do a document drop to say well if it wasn't for his behavior, he wouldn't be shot.

The concern trolls practice in deflecting and distracting.

Why an unarmed suspect was gunned down for a minor offense?

Zach had a history of involvement with drugs, and threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend three months prior to the incident. Previous text messages revealed a prior unwillingness to stop for police or to submit to lawful authority, and he had previously run through several police checkpoints in order to evade arrest.

Mark Tiller, Seneca Police and dog handler
Tiller approached Zach's car, ordering him to show his hands. Zach did not show his hands and instead accelerated toward the officer, damaging the curb and forcing the officer to step back to avoid being hit.

Tiller then fired two rounds from his .45 caliber handgun at close range through the open driver's side window of the car as Zach tried to flee. Bullets struck Zach in the left chest and left rear shoulder.

According to a police report, Tiller feared being run over by Zach's vehicle when he backed it up and then pulled forward toward the officer. Zach was under the influence of cocaine at the time of his death.

In the video from clear up, the Tiller fired upon the vehicle the moment Zach rode off. The video is disturbing. What got me was he said that he's going to call his PBA rep.

That code for union rep.

In the video I see that Zach was trying to avoid Tiller. I see that Tiller overracted to the fact that Zach was trying to pull away.

The shooting happened at about 8:20 p.m. July 26 in the parking lot of Hardee's on Bypass 123 in Seneca during an undercover drug sting that targeted Tori 23, who was a passenger in Hammond’s car.

Tori accidentally texted a state trooper who had a very similar number to the person she was trying to sell drugs to.

The exchange goes as follows:

Tori (from Zach Hammond's Cell): hey this tori I gotta g (gram) for 60 of the good (street language for cocaine)
Trooper: Can i meet you in a little bit
Tori (from Zach's Cell): yeah whenever

The trooper called Seneca police, who sent an undercover officer to Hardee's to meet with Morton and Hammond.

This was the exchange between the officer and Morton around 8:25 p.m:

Officer: I'm in the back where you at
Toril (from Zach's Cell): I think im beside u lol

Tiller was sent to Hardee's for backup. This would lead to the deadly encounter.

The decision not to bring state charges against Tiller does not close the case. The U.S. Justice Department has opened a civil rights investigation into the matter and that federal investigation is still ongoing.

To read more about the Zach Hammond shooting click on this link.

World News Today send our condolences to the family of Zachary Hammond.

Paul Ryan: I Hope I Don't End Up Like Dennis Hastert And John Boehner!

No easy decision for Wisconsin's Paul Ryan.

The failed vice presidential nominee is likely to become the next Weeper of the House. The controversial decision to place Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) in the position has many in the junk food media wondering if the party is capable of governing.

In the beginning, Ryan refused the position. He knew that the insurgents would attack him if he decides potential bipartisanship with Democrats and the president. He said that he wanted most of his party to support him.

He said that he doesn't want to travel constantly like Boehner. He still has children that are young and they always come first. Ryan doesn't want the spotlight on him. He believes that if he can't cut it as the Weeper of the House, his ambitions (i.e, governor or presidential aspects) could be ruined.

He actually loves his job being the head of the Ways and Means committee.

Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) give the middle finger to his fellow Republicans this month when he announced an abrupt resignation. That sparked a civil war within the party.

In the beginning Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) wanted the position. But when he went on that annoying conservative agitator's program to declare that Hillary Clinton's decline was due to Republicans pressuring her on Benghazi, he was slammed for putting their business out there.

Ryan who was hammered for his Project to Prosperity bill is now hoping for Republicans to guide him through another stand down with  President Barack Obama and the next president.

Ryan was picked by perennial loser Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential elections.

The insurgent wing concludes that Ryan is "establishment". Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) isn't keen on Ryan. He and many of the insurgent "Freedom Caucus" wants Ryan to give them more input in bills and floor time. Ryan refuses to concede to Republican insurgent demands.

Conservatives also slam Ryan as being a "squish". The AM agitators like Laura Ingraham, Mark Levin and Michael Savage calling the party to resend the thought of Ryan being the House Weeper.

Before Boehner leaves Washington, he wants to thumb one more in the eye of the insurgents. He and Majority leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will rally members to pass a bipartisan budget and raise the debt ceiling for two years.

The budget deal and debt ceiling are going to likely be passed despite the obstruction from the insurgent wing of the Republican Party.

Ryan doesn't like the budget, but he will vote for it. Ryan also support rival Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) when he issues an impeachment hearing for the IRS head. Expect this controversy to go nowhere.

Meanwhile, ex-House Weeper Dennis Hastert plead guilty to lying to the FBI, wire fraud and extortion. He was caught up in a "hush money" scandal. He was secretly paying off his mistress. The mistress is a male prostitute he once mentored as a wrestling coach.

By taking the plea deal, he may end up getting up to six months to five years in federal time out for every charge.

Ryan hopes that his term as House Weeper doesn't become another disaster.

Mark Fuhrman: I Didn't See Anything Wrong With SC Cop's Handling Of Teen!

That right wing network brings out the ex-LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman. This is the guy who once called Blacks standing at a corner a bunch of "Niggers with beady eyes". He's giving his take on the brutal takedown of teen by SC deputy.

While the nation condemned the deputy for doing the act, there's only one network devoted to saying that the takedown was justified.

Mark Furhman, the disgraced Los Angeles Police Department detective gives analysis of the now viral video of a South Carolina deputy dragging a teen across the classroom floor.

Fuhrman gain notoriety for being the caught saying racial slurs about suspects. He was accused of perjuring himself during the O.J. Simpson murder trail. His perjury charge helped Simpson beat a murder rap.

Fuhrman was forced to retire. After he left the LAPD, he took to becoming a conservative AM agitator who does a podcast. His rhetoric attracts White extremists. Fuhrman is watched by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

He appears on that network that concludes that #BlackLivesMatter is a "murder group". Fuhrman who took refuge in White extremist haven of Idaho, made some uneasy comments about the situation.

“I’ll tell you why it’s not excessive,” Fuhrman said. “He verbalized, he made contact, he verbalized, he was polite. He requested her. He verbally did that.”

“The next level is he put a hand on her,” he continued. “She escalated it from there. He used soft control. He threw her on the ground, he handcuffed her. He didn’t use mace. He didn’t use a Taser. He didn’t use a stick. He didn’t kick her. He didn’t hit her. He didn’t choke her. He used a minimal amount of force necessary to effect an arrest.”

This is the network that claims that Barack Obama embraces "radicals" and supports the murder of "law enforcement".

With that coon cop David Clarke, Bo Dietl and now the racist dick Fuhrman all appearing on that annoying conservative agitator's program, it's appears that they're siding with Richland County sheriff's deputy Ben Fields brutal take down of the teen.

The sheriff is determining whether he may fire Fields out the cannon.

Would you want that done to your child or perhaps you?

By the way, did you know that Fields has a Black girlfriend?

This is what the concern trolls are bringing up. Again deflecting the reason to why the nation is outraged over the fact a man would put his arm and hands around a teen. Distracting from the fact that on camera, the man would slam the teen on the ground and drag her across the classroom floor.


Media Matters and Raw Story got the goods on this bonehead.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

So Where's The Video Of The Teen Hitting Disgraced SC Cop?

The teen struggled when the cop put his arm around her neck and chest.

Didn't take long for the conservative agitators to defend the South Carolina cop who body slammed a teen inside a classroom. Of course, they blame President Barack Obama.

The president was in Chicago discussing gun violence. Of course, this is nothing new for the president when it comes to addressing this issue. He's been practically saying this stuff since the first time he's addressed a mass shooting under his watch.

That annoying conservative agitator and many like him are concern trolling yet again.

The now viral video of a South Carolina deputy body slamming and dragging a teen in a school classroom became a rally cry to address police brutality. The deputy Ben Fields is on ice pending a misconduct charge or discipline termination.

The video seen across the world shows the officer using brutal force on the teen.

Unfortunately the #AllLivesMatter crowd believes the video doesn't really show the real reason to why the deputy used force.

The Richland County Sheriff says that there's a video showing the teen shoving the deputy.

So why wasn't this published on social media?

Sheriff Leon Lott is saying that while he believes that the actions of Fields were
disgusting, the actions of the teen sparked the takedown.

So there's a third video of the teen trying to throw a punch at the deputy!

Well there's a part where the teen did strike when Fields puts his arm around her neck almost choking her. Do you want a man to put his arm around your neck when you refuse to leave a seat?

Again, would you want your child or you be tossed around like that? 

The law would often do a document dump to take the heat off their officers. Hence for the James Comey comments. Isn't withholding evidence a part of the Ferguson Effect?
The biggest concern troll to exist in the media believes the girl deserved it.
Again, there's no war on the police. There's a rally for police reform. #BlackLivesMatter wants reform and fair treatment when engaging with the law.

The blue wall of silence is "NO SNITCHIN".

The law will lie when they justify use of force, an issuing of a citation, and unlawful searches of your vehicle and home. The YouTube effect does help address police brutality. The junk food media sponges off social media. They will get involve after the story becomes a viral sensation.

#BLACKLIVESMATTER would not exist if they would have held George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson accountable for their reckless actions.

Congress is still inept. The Republicans will not address police reform and gun control.

As of right now, the FBI and South Carolina State Police are investigating the deputy.

Halle Berry Is Back On The Market!

It's a wrap for Halle and Oliver. The celebrity couple announce separation.

Halle Berry has the worst luck in relationships. It seems like her third marriage is a wrap.

Berry has a temper. She is bipolar and can be volatile when she's under the influence of alcohol.

I guess it's taken its toll on the two year marriage.

She and her husband, actor Oliver Martinez announced they're splitting up.

The couple met in 2010 and wed in 2013; they had a son together that same year. 

They released a joint statement to celebrity agitator People Magazine. 

"It is with a heavy heart that we have come to the decision to divorce," the couple says in a statement to People. "We move forward with love and respect for one another and the shared focus of what is best for our son. We wish each other nothing but happiness in life and we hope that you respect our and, most importantly, our children's privacy as we go through this difficult period." Berry, who has a 7-year-old daughter with aforementioned brawler Gabriel Aubry, has been divorced twice before.

However, while Berry asks for no spousal support for either party, and for the costs of raising their child to be shared as per terms of their prenup, Martinez asks for issues of spousal support to be sorted out at a later date. The actress states that all of her earnings and assets are her property per their prenup. 

Both are seeking joint custody of their 2-year-old son, Maceo-Robert, but Berry's filing has an attached form about visitation, saying they will "share custody as is in the best interest of the child" but that Martinez should provide transportation to and from visits and need permission to take Maceo out of California. 

Berry had planned to raise her two children (she has a daughter, Nahla, from Gabriel Aubry) in Europe, but was never able to make the move because of ongoing custody issues with Nahla's father, Gabriel Aubry. Meanwhile, Martinez "never loved living in L.A. full time," according to a source. "[He] just isn't happy in L.A." 

Martinez's temper also allegedly played a role in the split. "He has a violent temper," the source told People this summer. Martinez got into a Thanksgiving brawl with Aubry in 2012, and was caught shoving an LAX employee with a baby seat earlier this year. The employee is now suing the couple for $5 million. 

Ultimately, a source tells People that the relationship between the two "fiery personalities" had "run its course," adding: "They are keeping it amicable now. She is okay." 

This is Martinez first divorce, and the third for Berry, who wed baseball player David Justice in 1993 and singer Eric Benét in 2001.

She got some more bad news handed to her. CBS had canceled the hit drama Extent.

Berry had returned to television after 10 years. The series was produced by Amblin Entertainment and CBS Television Studios.

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Don Lemon Got A Kick Out Of Teen Being Flipped By Cop!

Don Lemon gets into a heated confrontation with Sonny Hostin on CNN. They debate the now viral video of a young girl being flung around by South Carolina cop in a school classroom.

The now viral video of South Carolina Deputy Ben Fields flipping a teen in the classroom of a suburban Columbia school has the nation talking.

#BlackLivesMatter once again brings to light the unfair treatment of unarmed citizens and law enforcement. This issue bring concerns of Blacks being brutalized or killed while in police custody.

The Richland County Sheriff's department iced Fields pending either discipline or criminal misconduct charges. The FBI and South Carolina state authorities are considering possible civil right violations against Fields.

Fields got him a lawyer and a police union who is willing to back up the claim that the teen didn't act right from the jump. The person who filmed the encounter didn't get the whole story.

CNN, MSNBC and that right wing network are covering the controversy in their usual partisan fashion. Some commentators are supportive of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. They are outraged that the officer who has a history is still on the force.

Then of course the #AllLivesMatter crowd. The concern trolls who are often siding with the law regardless of misconduct or reckless call. These networks continuie bringing on commentators who often believe that the actions were justified.

Take that asshole Milwaukee sheriff David Clarke, Jr. He's been on that right wing network more than he's been in his office in Milwaukee. The conservatives seem to rely on this buffoon for commentary. This Black lawman often expresses outrageous comments towards Black America.

Some of his comments are half-true or deliberately biased. The racist right eats this stuff for breakfast. They find these coons to air out our problems while failing to address the rise in heroin and human trafficking. None of these coons talk about gun crime in America. It's always Black on Black violence and negligent parenting.

Enter the next buffoon in the media. The third most hated agitator in cable news, Don Lemon.

Don Lemon comes in third place. He, Ronan Farrow and that annoying conservative agitator are the worst in cable news. They are often panned along with Rev. Perm for being just plain awful.

That annoying conservative agitator and Rev. Perm were demoted. Farrow was kicked off the 3pm spot on MSNBC. Don Lemon was promoted to the struggling 9pm slot on CNN.

He seems to get a kick out of law enforcement brutalizing citizens. On the Situation Room, Wolf Blitzer, Tom Fuentes and Sunny Hostin were debating this with Lemon.

Lemon made a comment that seems to attract Mediaite.

“It does look disturbing,” said the CNN anchor. “The part that is most disturbing to me is seeing her thrown around. As far as the desk going over, I don’t know if the desk fell over because she didn’t want to get up or if he pushed it over. I don’t know. I think there’s context to everything. I would like to see what happens before and I would like to see what happened afterwards… It does look horrible. It does look like there’s no excuse for what he’s doing to her, but again, we don’t know… This only show a small slice in time of what happened. I’d like to know more before passing judgment.”

That got Sunny Hostin out of her seat. She wanted to reach across the set and slap the shit out of Lemon. Figuratively speaking of course.

 “Are you guys kidding me?” said Hostin.
Deputy Ben Fields may want to consider a new line of work.
Lemon and Hostin took turns yelling at and interrupting one another.

“No, we’re not kidding. We don’t know what happened,” said Lemon. “You weren’t sitting in the room, Sunny. You don’t know if she wasn’t standing up!”

“I don’t need to know more,” Hostin retorted, to which Lemon said: “You do need to know more! As a prosecutor, you should want to know more.”

“This is a young girl!” she shouted, emphasizing the girl’s age in comparison to the school resource officer.

Lemon persisted, noting that all the facts should be sought out and analyzed before passing judgment on the situation. Fuentes and Blitzer didn’t say anything throughout the exchange, though they mostly agreed in their own comments. Hostin, however, never relented until the show host interrupted the segment to show a second video.

Regardless of how this situation happened, would you want your child or you tossed around like that?

FBI chief James Comey also lit up a shit storm by saying that recording misconduct by law enforcement makes it harder for them to do their jobs. Comey believes the "Ferguson Effect" has made the law lack the effort to combat real criminal activity.

The White House shot back saying that Comey's comments were ridiculous.


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