Tuesday, February 14, 2017

About damned time

The FBI has been scouring hours and hours of videos shot by security cameras, police body cameras and undercover police video as well as still photographs to identify who were rioting and destroying property.  So far, 209 rioters have been indicted on felony rioting charges.

Information defense lawyers representing some of these rioters have confirmed that many of them are college students living outside the Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland areas.  That indicates that they knowing traveled to Washington for the express purpose of causing havoc and mayhem.  The penalty for federal felony rioting is 10 years in prison and fines up to $25.000 dollars.

Basically, 'Slavery is different when muslims do it.'  No, I'm not kidding.

Zero surprise here:
Reinforcing the Oroville Dam was not included on Mr. Brown’s $100 billion wish list of projects prepared last month at the request of the National Governors Association in response to Mr. Trump’s call for $1 trillion in infrastructure improvements, CNBC reported. 

One project that did make the list: California high-speed rail, a pet project of Mr. Brown’s with an estimated price tag of $100 billion that has become for state Republicans a symbol of out-of-control government spending.
Because menial crap like keeping infrastructure in condition isn't all sexy and progressive like trains.

Because hating Jews for being Jews is still allowable in a lot of places.  Especially if said Jews don't mouth the right words.
A McGill University student leader who advised on Twitter to “punch a Zionist today” is refusing to resign or retract the comment amid rising Jewish anger on campus against him.

According to witnesses who attended, Sadikov appeared to double down on his stance, arguing that Jews were not a “a legitimate ethnic group,” according to B’nai Brith Canada.
The campus newspaper, The McGill Daily, which Sadikov once served as editor, recently enacted a policy to ban “pro-Zionist” opinion from its pages.
Lot of the left is awful big on assaulting people for WrongThink, aren't they?

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