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Monday, September 18, 2017

Alleged human rights violator sentenced to nearly a year in prison for immigration fraud

BALTIMORE, Md. – A 55-year-old Hyattsville man was sentenced Friday to 11.5 months in prison for attempting to unlawfully procure naturalization. This case was investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in Baltimore.

In August 1988, Morales entered the United States by crossing the international border from Mexico into Texas illegally. He traveled to the Washington, D.C. metro-area, where he resided and legally worked for many years. He applied for and was granted lawful permanent resident status in 1990.

On July 13, 2006, Morales sought U.S. citizenship by submitting the N-400 naturalization application to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). On his N-400 and during a USCIS official interview, Morales falsely claimed under oath that he was not a part of any group reportable to USCIS. In actuality, he was a member of the Kaibiles, a military unit involved in serious human rights offenses, and he sought to conceal his involvement with that military unit. This false representation was a material factor when immigration authorities reviewed Morales’ application for U.S. citizenship.

Solar activity behind unusually severe hurricane season?

By Ian Greenhalgh on September 10, 2017 The sun has been in a period of unusual activity for several months now, including some unusually large solar flares: Sun unleashes most powerful solar flare since 2006 We have also been experiencing an unusual spell of weather, especially severe weather events have been seen all over the planet, but most notably, the Atlantic hurricane...

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Berlin’s Small Town Throwdown debuts with huge crowds

The inaugural Small Town Throwdown, Saturday September 9th in Berlin was, by all accounts, a huge success, as thousands of people turned up to browse through local shops, nosh on locally made barbecue and listen to the three-band lineup of Nashville-inspired country music.

“I think this is a classic example of how Berlin and our community have both complimented our past and our future,” Mayor Gee Williams said. “We are certainly a town of 19th-century charm and 21st-century thinking and living, and this event is like the best of both worlds. This is the ultimate kind of classic American music and we can all enjoy it together.”

Williams said the success of the event was undeniable, and the chances of it becoming an annual occurrence were excellent.

“Our approach has been, do an event three years and then make a decision. I think this event won’t need two more years to decide it’s a classic for Berlin,” Williams said.


New Hillary Emails Warrant Special Prosecutor

New emails unearthed by Judicial Watch confirm that the Clinton Foundation was in fact a pay-to-play influence peddling operation far more worthy of a special prosecutor than imaginary Russians colluding under Trump Administration beds. It is time for President Trump to keep the promise he made in the presidential debate to indict Hillary Clinton for her crimes:

About 20 minutes into the debate, Donald Trump delivered a menacing threat to Hillary Clinton. “If I win,” he warned, “I’m going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation, because there’s never been so many lies, so much deception.” …

“It’s just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country,” Mrs. Clinton observed.

“Because,” Mr. Trump replied “you’d be in jail.”


‘Move Over’ Law In Effect Nationwide In Effort To Protect Tow Truck Drivers On Highways

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– The “Move Over Law” has been in effect in Maryland for about 7 years, and that includes tow truck drivers, a group also put in danger by those driving too close.

“There are hundreds of casualties a year as a result of cars and trucks passing too close, only inches from where works being done,” one man said.

Tow truck drivers came together to encourage drivers to follow “Move Over” laws now in place in every state.

The Spirit Ride, a casket and parade of vehicles representing the danger each time a tow man steps on the road, is making its way through the U.S.


U2 and Ed Sheeran cancel concerts after St Louis protests

Protests in St Louis have turned violent for the second night in a row following Friday's acquittal of white cop Jason Stockley, who was accused of murdering black drug dealer Anthony Smith in 2011 on Friday after years of anticipation.

Friday night's upheaval saw 33 people arrested and at least ten officers injured - including one who had his jaw broken and another who dislocated his shoulder.

On Saturday, another 300 marched at West County Center Mall to carry on their demonstration for a second night; that event ended peacefully, but around 11pm demonstrators began to clash with police and smash storefronts.

Multiple people were seen being hauled off by police, and one man was seen with his face drenched in pepper spray.

'Almost every storefront in the Loop is destroyed,' tweeted KDSK reporter Jacob Long as the violence got out of hand.


100-year-old Seamstress Makes Dresses to Pack in Shoebox Gifts


Most mornings 100-year-old Eva wakes up between 3-4 and heads for her sewing machine. She’s a woman on a mission with no time to waste.

At the end of last year, Eva’s pastor asked her to make about 180 items for girls that could be packed in Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. Eva didn’t have to think long before she knew what she’d do.

Eva Bossenberger is making dresses that will soon be packed in shoeboxes and distributed to little girls across the world who need to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Delingpole: Cohn's Meeting with Global Climate and Energy Ministers Is an Act of War Against Trump's Base

Gary Cohn, chief economic advisor to President Trump, is to host a meeting in New York with the world’s leading climate and energy ministers.

According to the New York Times:

The breakfast in New York next Monday will be held against a backdrop of devastation in the United States and the Caribbean from two monster hurricanes that scientists say may have been made more ferocious by warming trends. It also comes as the Trump administration is navigating an uncertain position in the international climate change negotiations, having declared it will withdraw from the global Paris agreement while also telling nations it remains open to continued discussions.

This raises a number of important questions.
How will this meeting be of any benefit whatsoever to anyone who voted for Donald Trump?
How will this advance, in any way, the President’s stated mission to “drain the swamp”?
What on earth is this Vampire Squid Democrat still doing in the White House?

And the answers of course are:


Today the U.S. Air Force Celebrates its 70th Birthday

Multiple people fall off DC overpass while being chased by police, officials say

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Three people are in the hospital after at least two of them fell from an overpass while being chased by police in D.C. overnight in connection with an armed robbery, according to authorities.

The D.C. Fire Department says that U.S. Park Police and D.C. Police were chasing a vehicle connected to the robbery when at least two of those fleeing police fell off the high overpass in the area of Interstate 295 and Eastern Ave, NE some time before 12:39 a.m. Sunday.

Fire officials say they rescued the two with rope and baskets. Another person was also found hiding from police in the area. According to authorities, all three were taken to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. One of those who fell was originally listed in critical condition by fire officials.


To Combat "Hate" - Make Government Weaker

On 18 August 2017, the mayor of Boston Marty Walsh announced that the city should avoid the Commons on 19 August 2017 because of white supremacists and the chances of violence at a planned free speech rally. Predictably, thousands of people showed up to protest this group based on the words of the mayor. The mayor was rather unambiguous,

“The courts have made it abundantly clear. They have the right to gather, no matter how repugnant their views are. But they don’t have the right to create unsafe conditions. They have the right to free speech. In return, they have to respect our city.”

The mayor said that unpleasant white supremacists were going to show up and spout hateful rhetoric, so avoid it at all costs so you aren’t subject to these repugnant views.

The problem here?

To put it in the words of one very confused protester that was interviewed by the Boston Globe, “Excuse me sir, where are the white supremacists?”


Study prompts call to examine flu vaccine and miscarriage

NEW YORK -- A puzzling study of U.S. pregnancies found that women who had miscarriages between 2010 and 2012 were more likely to have had back-to-back annual flu shots that included protection against swine flu. But some medical experts warned the evidence was weak, even suggesting it may be a statistical fluke based on a very small number of cases.

Vaccine experts think the results may reflect the older age and other miscarriage risks for the women, and not the flu shots. Health officials say there is no reason to change the government recommendation that all pregnant women be vaccinated against the flu. They say the flu itself is a much greater danger to women and their fetuses.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reached out to a doctor's group, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, to warn them the study is coming out and help them prepare for a potential wave of worry from expectant moms, CDC officials said.


Democrats Follow Bernie Sanders Off a Cliff

The bad math and foolish politics of single-payer health care

How rudderless is the Democratic Party? Its membership is so bereft of leadership and policy direction that 16 of its senators have signed on to a health care bill sponsored by a self-avowed independent democratic socialist from Vermont.

The "Medicare for All Act of 2017" would repeal Obamacare, along with most other private and public insurance, and replace it with a government-run, one-size-fits-all, centrally directed system of reimbursement for medical expenses. Sanders, who honeymooned in the Soviet Union, holds the same opinion of health insurance as he does antiperspirants: "You don't necessarily need a choice of 23 underarm spray deodorants or of 18 different sneakers when children are hungry in this country."

Senators Harris, Booker, Gillibrand, and Warren, who in addition to cosponsoring the bill may soon be fighting each other, as well as Sanders, for the Democratic nomination, are generals re-enacting the last war. They saw how well Sanders did against Clinton, they have marched in the anti-Trump "resistance" movement, and they want to inoculate themselves from accusations of ideological heresy.

Which is why they embrace the thin-skinned and irritable senator whose wife is under federal investigation. What the copycats forget is the future in politics is never a straight-line projection of the present, much less of the bizarre circumstances surrounding the 2016 Democratic primary.

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WCSO Press Releases - Sept 18, 2017

Incident: Theft
Date of Incident: 15 September 2017
Location: 28000 block of Log Cabin Road, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Lorraine Carole Gregory, 33, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 15 September 2017 at 4:10 PM, a deputy arrested Lorraine Gregory in connection with a theft that reportedly occurred at a residence of 28000 block of Log Cabin Road in Salisbury. During this investigation, the deputy met with the owner of the residence who advised that he had arrived at the residence to discover that the washer and dryer were both missing. It was discovered that the tenant, Lorraine Gregory was involved in the disappearance of the appliances. Initially she told the deputy that she had them taken them out to be repaired but finally relented and admitted to removing them from the residence and selling them.
The deputy placed Gregory under arrest and transported her to the Central Booking Unit where she was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Gregory on Personal Recognizance.
Charges: Theft $1,000.00 - $10,000.00
Incident: Assault
Date of Incident: 16 September 2017
Location: 700 block of Dennis Street, Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Khiry R. Drummond, 26, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On 16 September 2017 at 7:17 AM, a deputy investigated a reported altercation that occurred in the 700 block of Dennis Street. Upon arrival, the deputy met with a female subject who stated that she had been assaulted by Khiry Drummond. According to the victim, they had argued earlier about the victim going out and she had gone to sleep, but was awoken just before dawn to Drummond striking her in her head with her cell phone. According to the victim, Drummond began destroying items in her bedroom before renewing the assault on her. At one point according to the victim Drummond began choking her.
According to the victim, she managed to get out of the residence and attempted to reach another location where she could summons help because Drummond took her cell phone and destroyed it, but Drummond followed her in his vehicle, at points exiting the vehicle to continue perpetrating an assault on the victim.
The deputy placed Drummond under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Drummond without bond in the Detention Center.
Charges: Assault 1st Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, Theft under $1,000.00, Malicious Destruction of Property
Incident: Possession of CDS / Weapon Violation
Date of Incident: 16 September 2017
Location: 22000 block of Capitola Road, Quantico, MD
Suspect: Benjamin K. Zawacki, 30, Quantico, MD
Narrative: On 16 September 2017 at 3:30 PM, a deputy stopped a vehicle operated by Benjamin Zawacki for speeding. Upon making contact with Zawacki, the deputy made observations that prompted the deputy to conduct a CDS scan with a Sheriff’s Office K-9. Following an alert by the K-9, the deputy searched Zawacki’s vehicle and located what was identified as marijuana in the vehicle. The amount recovered was significantly in excess of 10 grams.
Further search of Zawacki’s vehicle revealed a rifle and ammunition. The deputy uncovered that Zawacki is prohibited from possessing a firearm due to previous criminal convictions.
The deputy placed Zawacki under arrest and transported him to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Zawacki in the Detention Center in lieu of $10,000.00 bond.
Charges: Possession of Marijuana over 10 grams, Possession of Rifle with a Felony Conviction, Possession of a Firearm with CDS
Incident: Possession of CDS
Date of Incident: 17 September 2017
Location: S. Salisbury Blvd. at College Ave., Salisbury, MD
Suspect: Vasti M. Zelaya, 20, Germantown, MD
Narrative: On 17 September 2017 at 0340 AM, a deputy stopped a vehicle operated by Vasti Zelaya after observing her utilize private property to avoid waiting for a red traffic signal. Upon making contact with Zelaya, the deputy observed a baggie that contained what was recognized as cocaine in plain view. The deputy seized the cocaine and placed Zelaya under arrest.
Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner released Zelaya on Personal Recognizance.
Charges: Possession of Cocaine

Police show sense of humor with viral ‘It’-inspired doughnuts photo

LINCOLN, Calif. (KCRA) —Like a young woman descending into a creepy house’s dark basement to check out a noise, following a line of doughnuts into a storm drain probably is not a good idea for a police officer.

Playing off the stereotype of cops’ penchant for sweet pastries, the Lincoln Police Department posted this photo of four officers and a line of doughnuts into a storm drain that also had a red balloon, the tell-tale lure of the killer clown in Stephen King’s “It.”


Greitens Warns Violent Protesters: Your Only Safe Space Will Be a Jail Cell

Republican Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens warned protesters in St. Louis against violence and looting over the acquittal of a former police officer in the shooting death of a black man, saying that the "only safe space you're going to have is in a jail cell."

"We had leaders who wanted to give people a safe space to loot and to burn," Greitens told Fox News. "Now in Missouri, if you loot the only safe space you're going to have is in a jail cell."

Greitens said peaceful protesters would be protected, but any assault against police officers would result in arrests.

"If you're going to riot, we're going to cuff you," he said. "Violence and vandalism is not protest. It is a crime."

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New Hampshire Just Decriminalized Marijuana Possession

As of noon Saturday, the possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalized in New Hampshire. Now, people in New England who are caught with a joint or two will not be subject to arrest.

Two New England states—Maine and Massachusetts—have legalized marijuana, and all the others have now decriminalized it. Decriminalization came when, after years of effort, the legislature passed House Bill 640 in June, and Republican Gov. John Sununu signed it into law the following month.

Under the state’s previous law, people caught with small amounts of pot faced up to a year in prison and a $2,000 fine. Under the new law, the penalty for possession of up to three-quarters of an ounce is reduced to a $100 fine for a first or second offense and a $300 fine for a third offense within three years. A fourth offense within three years could be charged as a Class B misdemeanor, but there would be no arrest or jail time.

The Marijuana Policy Project, which has been deeply involved in the state for years, congratulated state political leaders for going this far, and urged them to go further.


Wait........Is That Legal?

Floyd Turner Passed Away Sept 1, 2017

Many will remember Floyd, (Denver Doc) from the Old West Steak House. Doc donated his body to science and there will be no formal services.

Report: DACA Amnesty May Trigger Flood of 4-6M Foreign Nationals, Not 800K

Should President Trump follow through on a deal where nearly 800,000 illegal aliens are allowed to remain in the United States and eventually obtain U.S. citizenship, research shows it would create a flood of four to six million chain migrants coming to the United States.

Trump, who adamantly opposed the amnesty for illegal aliens protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, is now defending the recipients of the program, as well as leveraging a deal where the foreign nationals could seek a pathway to citizenship through legal status, as Breitbart News reported.

Today, Trump signaled to his supporters that he opposed any sort of chain migration that would follow a DACA amnesty deal, though the deals the White House and Congress are reviewing would all cause such an immigration crisis:


VIDEO: Domino’s delivery man viciously beaten, left for dead

KANSAS CITY (KRON) — A pizza delivery driver is fighting for his life after a brutal attack in Kansas City.

The 57-year-old was severely beaten and left for dead during a robbery earlier this week.

“Usually when the preacher at the hospital calls you its not good,” his daughter Ashley Riley said.

That is how she and the rest of the family of a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver found out that he had been viciously attacked.

It happened while David was making a pizza delivery around midnight Monday into Tuesday.

He was beaten with a baseball bat in the head, and suffered injuries so bad, he has spent the last four days in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).


Dallas School District Weighing Renaming Schools Named After Franklin, Jefferson And Madison Photo of Peter Hasson PETER HA

Dallas Independent School District included schools named after three of America’s Founding Fathers on a list of schools that the district is exploring renaming.

The DISD administration has already recommended renaming four schools named after Confederate generals, including Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. The district is conducting additional research on whether to rename at least 20 other schools named after historical figures. The list of schools, posted by DISD board member Dustin Marshall on Facebook Saturday night, includes schools named after Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison.


Dad Sees Color For The First Time In His Life

This dad's wife and kids all pitched in to buy him Enchroma glasses for his birthday, so he could see color for the first time in his life.

Democrats Play Pak Man With National Security

Back in July, when House Democrats’ mysterious IT man Imran Awan attempted to flee the country, authorities arrested him at Dulles airport on charges of bank fraud. For Andrew McCarthy, who prosecuted the “Blind Sheik” Omar Abdel-Rahman, “this appears to be a real conspiracy, aimed at undermining American national security.”

Turns out, McCarthy was on to something.

“A secret server is behind law enforcement’s decision to ban a former IT aide to Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz from the House network,” reports Luke Rosiak in the Daily Caller. Law enforcement has indicted Awan, charging that he “routed data from numerous House Democrats to a secret server.”

The data came from the House Democratic Caucus, once chaired by California Democrat Xavier Becerra, one of the five Caucus members who hired Awan back in 2004. Becerra and New York Rep. Gregory Meeks also put on the payroll Imran’s wife Alvi and his brother Abid. As Rosiak explains, Becerra, who became chair of the HDC in 2013, was personally responsible for “far more of the payments to the Awan family than any other member.”

In late January, after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Becerra left Congress to become Jerry Brown’s attorney general in California. As investigators told Rosiak, Becerra “wanted to wipe his server, and we brought to his attention it was under investigation.” When investigators asked for an image of the server, “they deliberately turned over a fake server.”

That amounted to “interference in a criminal investigation” and also served up evidence that Awan and his family associates, “knew exactly what they were doing and were going to great lengths to try to cover it up.” So what, exactly, were they covering up? The possibilities are rather extensive.

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Fort Bragg soldiers charged in deadly NC parking lot shooting

Two Fort Bragg soldiers and a third man have been arrested and charged with murdering two men they allegedly were trying to rob in a North Carolina restaurant parking lot.

Fayetteville Police Department announced Satureday the arrests of 20-year-old Ferris Brown, 19-year-old Javier Rashad Johnson and 19-year-old Daivon Tahjai Chambers on charges of first-degree murder, robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit robbery.

Brown and Johnson are active-duty soldiers at Fort Bragg. Brown is with the 1-17th Calvary Regiment; Johnson is with the 2-504th 82nd Airborne Division, according to police. Chambers is from Fayetteville.

All three men were jailed without bond and it's not known if they have attorneys.


How the Klairmont Kollection came about!

Nightmare: DACA Amnesty DREAM Act Will Cost $115 Billion Thanks to Obamacare

Taxpayers in the United States will face a steep bill if the Trump administration signs legislation to extend legal status to so-called “Dreamers,” the illegal aliens who arrived as children and are now protected under the Obama-holdover unlawful executive order known as DACA.

The cost of a legislation to legalize childhood arrivals is likely to be far higher than earlier attempts because of Obamacare’s health insurance subsidies. The Affordable Care Act subsidizes the costs of health insurance for millions of Americans and would likely foot the bill for many of those whose residency in the U.S. would be legalized by the DREAM Act.

The numbers are striking. The DREAM Act of 2017, the most likely vehicle for extending DACA protections and making them permanent, would raise federal outlays by $115 billion dollars, according to a Breitbart News analysis. Nearly all of that would be paid for by additional deficit spending.


A Viewer Writes: Emmy awards a joke

Why don't those Emmy Awards ceremony attendees volunteer their precious time to helping Irma victims instead of spending enormous amounts on formal clothes etc and complaining and joking about our President.

I guess the answer is the same as for Hillary - lost touch with the rest of America. Sad

Here’s the Real Reason Most Farmhouses Are Painted White

It’s an American scene so old it’s hard to imagine when it actually started: The dignified, white farmouse standing amid the acres of a homestead in the days the country was still being settled. It’s a picture so well known, it’s easy to overlook why all of these houses were painted white in the first place.

Well, we found the answer — and no, it doesn’t have anything to do with subliminal racism, so if you’re a liberal hoping to read about that, you may as well just leave now.

Part of the answer, surprisingly, has to do with the fact that they aren’t painted at all.

As Country Polish notes, farmhouses are usually adorned with a material well known to one Tom Sawyer — namely, whitewash.

Whitewash is a material made of lime, water and salt. It’s less permanent than paint, but also far cheaper for farmers looking to save a few bucks on their homes. And the advantages didn’t stop there.

“Today, lead-based paints are illegal, but back in the old days, it was much more common for paints to contain harmful chemicals,” Country Polish notes. “All types of small animals often lived around farmhouses, so you can imagine how difficult it would be to keep a curious goat or pig from getting sick while painting an entire house. Relatively speaking, coating a farmhouse with whitewash was a better way to keep animals safe.”


Dozens of arrests as protests turn violent again in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS -- Police say they made dozens of arrests in downtown St. Louis when people ignored orders to disperse after a third night of vandalism that followed largely nonviolent daylight protests over the acquittal of a white former police officer charged in the shooting death of a black man.

Police had warned those still on downtown streets late Sunday that they would be arrested if they didn't leave the area.

Sunday's protest began at the downtown police headquarters.

Following the same pattern of the previous days, well over 1,000 people marched peacefully for several hours in the afternoon and early evening. By nightfall, most had gone home. The 100 or so demonstrators who remained grew increasingly agitated as they marched toward the core of downtown.


We need these biodegradable "plastic" bags everywhere

Racist, Liberal Fart-Whistle Lady Attacks Black Child

Republican Party bans Paul Ryan opponent from event

Not only was Paul Nehlen not invited to attend a Wisconsin Republican Party event, he was actually banned.

The election challenger to Speaker Paul Ryan tweeted an email he received from Kim Travis, chairman of the 1st District Republicans.

“Dear Mr. Nehlen,” the Friday email begins..

“Thank you for your interest in the 1st District Fall Fest. Respectfully, we are declining your request to attend the event. We will return your payment. We stand by our policy of being able to decline requests in order to manage and deliver the best experience for all of our guests,” Travis writes.


Hungary Builds a Wall, Cuts Illegal Immigration by 99 Per Cent

Hungary has slashed illegal immigration by over 99 per cent after rolling out a series of powerful border fences in response to the European migrant crisis, possibly providing a lesson as to the potential impact of constructing President Trump’s much-discussed southern wall in the U.S.

Speaking on the second anniversary of the government’s move to seal Hungary’s border with Serbia — which is also an external border for the European Union — Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s Chief Security Advisor György Bakondi announced that the fences have caused illegal immigration to collapse from 391,000 in 2015, to 18,236 in 2016, to just 1,184 in 2017.

“The system of technical barriers is the key to the success of border security, and without it, it would be impossible to stop the mass arrival of immigrants”, the security chief explained.



This is a puzzler. Website's down, streaming down. Still owned by Rothschild, according to station registration information. Email bounced back - no such addressee.

Price Gouging


ABC Reporter Calls Conservative Group Helping In Houston ‘White Supremacists’ – Regrets It Immediately

Directly after overhearing the reporter attempting to defame the heroes, three of the Cambodian citizens confronted her, saying that she was being disrespectful and that the small Trump supporting crew helped them “more than anyone else was willing to.” They continued to say that even FEMA and the Red Cross hadn’t helped at all and that the Trump supporters were the only ones to help rebuild buildings, clean up debris and help the elderly in the small Cambodian community.

The ABC 13 camera man and Shay were triggered, trying to find anything they could in their near surroundings to put in their fake story about white supremacists in Houston during the hurricane. they were clearly flustered when the Cambodian community that they said they were so ‘concerned for’ suddenly turned on her.

Here is the video below of the confrontation…


A Viewer Writes: Sam's Club Salisbury MD

I recently joined Sam's club (was a member of BJs but to far - Delaware). I have noticed that most box items I purchased i.e. candy - cookies are stale. Does Sam's sell what they can't sell at their Wal-Mart stores. Never purchased anything from BJs that was stale. Also, Sam's never has anything new. Has anyone noticed that Sam's doesn't want to compete with it's Wal-Mart stores.

If Someone Calls You From Equifax To Verify Your Account, It’s A Scam

Now that Equifax is part of the mass public consciousness for failing to secure sensitive financial and personal information for about half of the adult U.S. population, soulless scammers are trying to prey on this heightened awareness by blasting out fake calls to people, asking them to verify their account information. 

Would You Take A DNA Test At An NFL Game? The Baltimore Ravens Want You To

Fans attending the Baltimore Ravens’ home opener on Sunday will be leaving more than empty cups, nacho tins, and possibly their team spirit when they exit M&T Bank Stadium: Guests can leave their DNA to be tested if they take part in the team’s latest promotion. 


Verizon Wireless Cuts Off Thousands Of Rural Accounts For Roaming Too Much

If you live in rural America, the odds are you do quite a bit of roaming on your cellphone. Even if your home or business is in an area covered by a major national carrier, you likely have to regularly travel to, from, and through places where other providers pick up the slack. This means that rural customers who use their smartphones frequently can cost their carrier as they use gigabytes of data on other company’s networks. This cost has apparently become too much for Verizon, which is once again cutting off a block of rural customers, giving them only a few weeks’ notice to take their business elsewhere. 

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