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Sep 12, 2019 23:05:40   #
craftygal58 wrote:

Evil Soros bankrolls the destruction of America. He does so in many ways, including through foundations and entities that sound as if they were doing good. Many of them are coming in to the light now. Hopefully we can find legal ways to destroy them.
Sep 12, 2019 12:16:26   #
Lovely little girl and ponchos.
Sep 11, 2019 13:04:15   #
knittingthyme wrote:
I commented on another thread that I was going to Lake Erie!

Doggyauggie responded by saying that she was worried for herself and neighbors living along the Canadian shoreline. She wanted to warn them, if I jumped in the water that the water levels would rise!!

I said:No one would let you near Lake Erie!

She said: Duh ! I live on the shore of lake ERIE you stupid turd!
Moved here 2 years ago from the shores of Georgian Bay

It is not as clean as Georgian Bay (part of lake huron.)
Yee gads you are stupid.!

It's obvious she thought Lake Erie was only on Canada’s side😳😳

I said! Doggieauggy I guess you are not bright enough to know that Lake Erie is along MI!

I didn't want to embarrassed her anymore by letting her know it's also along NY, PA and Ohio!!

I commented on another thread that I was going to ... (show quote)

She is so ignorant that now she will say we lied. LOL, LOL, LOL.
Sep 11, 2019 00:17:15   #
knittingthyme wrote:
41-Year-Old Disabled Man Euthanized After Government Health Officials Decide to Cut Funding for In-Home Care
Jim Hoft by Jim Hoft September 10, 2019

A 41-year-old disabled man was put to death after government officials cut funding for his in-home care.

Sean Tagert was euthanized on August 6th in Canada.

Sean had ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

Whatever happened to charity and mercy in the West?

Life News reported:

Canadian Sean Tagert, aged 41, was killed by assisted suicide after health officials decided to cut the funding for his in-home care hours.

Mr Tagert suffered from Motor Neurone Disease (MND) which is known in Canada as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). His illness reduced his ability to move his body, eat or speak, however his mental awareness remained unaffected. Doctors recommended 24-hour in-home care to support Mr Tagert.

However, Vancouver Coastal Health, initially only offered Mr Tagert 15.5 hours of care a day, which was then raised to 20 hours a day, meaning that Mr Tagert was forced to pay $263.50 a day for the remaining care that he needed to survive.

According to Grandin Media, on social media, Mr Tagert wrote a status which explained that two Vancouver Coastal Health officials visited his home and confirmed that they were cutting funding for his already inadequate care hours.

After receiving this news Mr Tagert wrote a number of devastating social media status’s which read: “So last Friday I officially submitted my medically assisted death paperwork, with lawyers and doctors, everything is in proper order. It’s been a month since I submitted my appeal to the Vancouver Coastal Health patient care quality department. They didn’t even respond….Welcome to the great Canadian healthcare system.”

Mr Tagert was killed by assisted suicide on August 6th.
41-Year-Old Disabled Man Euthanized After Governme... (show quote)

The news is recounted in this article which also states this: Canada is home to some of the world’s most sinister euthanasia and assisted suicide laws, as even those without a terminal illness or those suffering from a mental illness are eligible to be killed by a medically assisted death
Sep 11, 2019 00:07:28   #
janallynbob wrote:
I really think, well we could have all done without that, really


I think it is important for folks to know about the customs of all people. Truth is better than ignorance. Really.
Sep 9, 2019 15:44:40   #
Sep 8, 2019 21:43:57   #
How Adorable!
Sep 6, 2019 23:11:20   #
dora mac wrote:
You and your cronies are so delusional it is pathetic.

Oh my, you don't approve of peace and justice. How sad!!!!!!
Sep 6, 2019 23:03:59   #
Sep 6, 2019 18:40:56   #
craftygal58 wrote:

I'm waiting eagerly for all the indictments.
Sep 5, 2019 20:46:04   #
link to pattern
Sep 5, 2019 17:34:28   #
craftygal58 wrote:

You missed "deplorables" LOL
Sep 5, 2019 13:02:24   #
knittingthyme wrote:
Boston Judge Denies All Requests to Drop Charges Against Straight Pride Parade Protesters

Debra Heine
September 4th, 2019

A municipal court judge denied all requests to drop charges against left-wing protesters in Boston Municipal Court Tuesday, going against the wishes of both the prosecution and defense.

Thirty-six leftists−including antifa radicals−were arrested during the Straight Pride Parade in Boston Saturday, on charges ranging from disorderly conduct to assault and battery on a police officer.

Judge Richard Sinnott saw half of them on Tuesday, CBS Boston reported.

Prosecutors from Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins’ office attempted to get charges dismissed for any of the protesters charged with disorderly conduct who had no prior record – but each time, Justice Richard Sinnott denied the request and scheduled a pretrial hearing for each defendant.

Justice Sinnott went against both the prosecution and defense’s request, also ordering half a dozen people be taken into custody and held on cash bail ranging from $250 to $750. One man was held without bail.

The six people who were hauled out of court in handcuffs were reportedly in shock, as they had already been arrested and released by Boston Police over the weekend.

The situation amounted to “a striking role reversal” in court, noted, “with a prosecutor assuming the unusual stance of pushing for dismissals while the judge took it upon himself to keep the charges intact.” Rollins, in fact, but out a statement on Tuesday accusing Judge Sinnott of “overstepping his role.”

Larry Calderone, the Vice President of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, begged to differ.

“We couldn’t be happier at the moment with the judge that’s on the bench,” Calderone told reporters outside of court. “We are here to make sure the DA prosecutes these offenders to the fullest extent of the law.”

Four officers remained off the job on Tuesday after being injured on Saturday, according to Boston Police. “Many officers were assaulted throughout the day, with bottles of urine being thrown at them, bottles of chemicals,” said Calderone.

The 36 protesters were arrested when the protest of the parade devolved into an antifa-fueled melee.

Some protesters accused the police of using excessive force with them, but the head of the police union said the protesters came “to create havoc.” Boston Police representatives said there would be an investigation into their handling of the situation, as is standard policy.

As American Greatness reported on Tuesday, a bail fund was set up for the left-wing activists who tangled with law enforcement to help with their “legal fees, as well as supplies for jail support.” After the FundRazr page was endorsed by Squad members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley on Twitter, the fund was able to raise $24,652, far surpassing its $15,000 goal.

Judge Sinnott, 63, was appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker in 2017, the Boston Herald reported.

The lifelong Boston resident was an Army Reserve judge advocate and Iraq War veteran. He has also taught the law of war at Suffolk University Law School.

Sinnott has a reputation for being a no-nonsense judge. According to the Herald, he “recently told a former Uber driver accused of raping a passenger in his car to “please knock it off” when the man began sobbing uncontrollably at his arraignment.”

The defendants who were arraigned on Tuesday will need to return to court on various dates in September, October, and November. There were 18 more protesters Tuesday who still needed to appear in court.

Democrat Rachael Rollins, the first woman of color to hold the job of Suffolk County district attorney, issued the following statement on Tuesday’s proceedings:

“By compelling arraignment in every case, the judge punished the exercise of individuals’ First Amendment right to protest. At my request, prosecutors used the discretion constitutionally allocated to the executive branch to triage cases and use our resources most effectively to protect public safety. Make no mistake: some people were appropriately arraigned and will be held accountable for actions that put the safety of the public and law enforcement at risk. For those people now tangled in the criminal justice system for exercising their right to free speech—many of whom had no prior criminal record—I will use the legal process to remedy the judge’s overstepping of his role.”

“We’re hoping to convince the DA that this is a serious matter,” Calderone told reporters.
Boston Judge Denies All Requests to Drop Charges A... (show quote)

Glad to see there are still honest judges presiding . Shame on Rollins.
Sep 5, 2019 12:08:29   #
Smollett was shown to be incompetent in his fake attack claim and nows shows to be just as incompetent in his choice of attorney. Investigation too vigorous? LOL
Sep 5, 2019 11:46:24   #
A man who killed seven innocents in Odessa, Texas, over the weekend was barred from legally obtaining a firearm because he was deemed mentally unfit, law enforcement officials revealed to The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.

The shooter, who will not be named per Daily Wire policy, was denied a weapon in 2014 after failing a background check in Texas. He then bypassed the gun control measure and obtained a gun illegally sometime before his shooting rampage, though it is unclear how exactly it was obtained.

"The gunman had tried to buy a gun in January 2014 but failed because a nationwide criminal background check system flagged the mental health determination by a local court and prevented the purchase, according to the officials," the report said, noting that "[f]ederal law bars individuals who have been found to be mentally unfit from purchasing or owning guns. Records of the gunman’s mental health ruling would have been submitted to an FBI database (the National Instant Criminal Background Check System) used to check the backgrounds of prospective gun buyers."

It remains unclear which illegal route the shooter went to obtain the firearm he used to shoot over two dozen people, including a 17-month-old baby.

According to the Journal, the shooter was struggling with mental health issues. Mere hours before his rampage, the man called into 911 and the FBI tip line to rant about being fired from his job and the "atrocities" he had suffered; authorities claim no threats were made.

As noted by the outlet, those who've been committed to a mental institution or deemed "adjudicated as a mental defective" are federally prohibited from owning a firearm. "It also makes it illegal to sell a weapon to such a person who the seller knows has been prohibited," the Journal reports. "The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has been working on tracing the history of the rifle that [the shooter] used in the attack and how he obtained it."

During the shooting rampage on Saturday, the gunman abandoned his gold Honda to hijack a mail truck, where he continued to open fire. "The suspect was traveling toward a movie theater called Cinergy, at which point he was engaged by law enforcement. A shootout followed, and the suspect was killed," The Daily Wire reported.

Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) said he and his wife were "heartbroken" over the "senseless and cowardly attack" and promised justice for the victims' families in a statement following the carnage.

"The First Lady and I are heartbroken over this senseless and cowardly attack, and we offer our unwavering support to the victims, their families, and all the people of Midland and Odessa," the statement said. "The state of Texas and the Department of Public Safety are working closely with local law enforcement to provide resources as needed and deliver justice for this heinous attack. I thank the first responders who have acted swiftly and admirably under pressure, and I want to remind all Texans that we will not allow the Lone Star State to be overrun by hatred and violence. We will unite, as Texans always do, to respond to this tragedy."
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