Friday, May 26, 2017

Merkel Land: Woman Shows Injuries After Being Beaten by Migrants

Respondents call victim "racist" for complaining about it

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Manchester Attack: What They;re Not Telling You


Former professor charged with two felonies, $200,000 bail
ZeroHedge - MAY 25, 2017 166 Comments


Eric Clanton, 28, a former Diablo Valley and California State University philosophy professor suspected in the Antifa bike lock attacks was arrested for assault Wednesday afternoon in Oakland.

Clanton is being held on $200,000 bail after being booked into Berkeley City Jail – though police have not said whether the arrest is connected to online investigative efforts which identified Clanton as a person of interest in bike lock attacks.

Michael Eric Clanton has TWO felony charges w/ a $200k Bail#AnTiFa should take notice this is what happens when you're a communist traitor.

Clanton is the suspected Antifa member going around with a bike lock assaulting Trump supporters. The weaponized autists over at 4chan ‘unmasked’ him based on photographic and video evidence along with publicly available information.

Truth About Seth Rich Murder Probe

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Muslim Welfare Queen Won’t Remove Veil To Get Job – City Removes Something Of Hers

May 18, 2017 by Harry Hibbs

Muslim women are often forced to live in insane standards, oppressed under a misogynist code invented by a genocidal warlord. And even in more developed countries, women are still forced to suffer when they’re made to live under sharia law. A woman in the Netherlands, for example, got an unpleasant surprise when she went to court wearing a niqab. According to Utrecht …

Donald Trump’s Deputies Removing Pro-Transgender Rule from Obamacare

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by NEIL MUNRO18 May 2017382

President Donald Trump’s deputies have begun to remove a pro-transsexual legal time bomb hidden inside Obamacare by officials working by former President Barack Obama.

The removal process began May 2, when Trump’s deputies at the Department of Health and Human Services requested a pause in a Texas lawsuit filed by mainstream groups against the pro-transsexual rule in Obamacare. The rule, dubbed Section 1557, is important because it provides a mechanism for progressives judges on the Supreme Court to ignite an explosion of pro-transsexual lawsuits against myriad companies and civic groups.

The hidden transgender rule “appears to be a little thing, but it is a huge thing because it is a fundamental attack on religious liberty and the rule of law,” said Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage. “It is a very good thing that the Trump administration is going in this direction … [but] we need much stronger actions and the force of the bully pulpit,” said Brown.

Since his inauguration, Trump’s aides are authorized to defend — or to not defend — Obamacare from lawsuits. Trump’s deputies are now setting themselves up to quit fighting the lawsuit, titled Franciscan Alliance v. Burwell, and give the plaintiffs what they want by rewriting the rule without the pro-transsexual provision. The agency’s request to the judge stated that a delay:

would permit HHS to reconsider the challenged aspects (or other aspects) of the Rule in light of its desire to assess the Rule’s necessity, reasonableness, and efficacy—or lack thereof—and in light of Plaintiffs’ challenges to it and this Court’s conclusion that certain of those challenges are likely to succeed … Defendants request that the Court remand this matter to HHS, and stay this litigation, pending further rulemaking proceedings.

The May 2 request follows Trump’s February decision to cancel a legal memo from the Department of Education which told K-12 schools that laws against sex discrimination also require school officials to help children who announce they ant to change their sex. That education memo also triggered a predictable series of lawsuits which would eventually allow the Supreme Court to impose the transsexual ideology on Americans.

In 2009, Congress included a rule in Obamacare which barred insurance companies from setting different monthly prices for the two sexes.

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