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Fiery Greg Gutfeld destroys media ‘hypocrites who pick and choose their favorite protesters’: ‘This is a red-pilled America’

Following the riot at the Capitol building on Wednesday, Fox News host Greg Gutfeld scorched “hypocrites in hair and makeup who pick and choose their favorite protesters.” The conservative commentator blasted members of the liberal media and Democrats who are “finally outraged by this disgusting behavior” of destructive rioting after staying silent about the incessant lawlessness by Black Lives Matter and Antifa across the country that has occurred regularly since late May.

“The Five” host delivered a passionate 4-minute tirade this week about the importance of condemning all political violence.

“Vandalism and looting, whether it’s in D.C. or Portland, SoHo, Kinosha, Minneapolis, Seattle – it’s all bad no matter who’s doing it,” Gutfeld stated. “So we must remain consistent. That’s what makes us different from the rest. We don’t play favorites with mobs. The other side does, but we don’t.”

“It’s hard for me personally because I was outraged over violence every single day this summer. I saw my neighborhood trashed,” Gutfeld admitted. The TV host then proclaimed that he must “condemn” the unrest at the Capitol “equally because we aren’t them. We are better than them.”

“To this point, I heard a pundit say that ‘even Republicans are outraged by this behavior.’ Duh! Republicans are always outraged by bad behavior because they consistently, consistently embrace law and order and condemn the destruction of private and public property,” Gutfeld poignantly explained.

“I do believe the Capitol is a sacred place,” he declared. “I also believe that the guy who invested his life savings in a small business, to him, that was a sacred place, too. So it’s consistency.”

“By pointing out Republicans, or non-liberals like me, who are equally outraged by this behavior, what you’re doing is you’re pointing out also the inconsistency, right? The lack of Democrats who weren’t doing this when our cities were in flame. That pisses me off,” he vehemently exclaimed.

Gutfeld slammed the transgressors who stormed the Capitol by saying that the “non-left” of Republicans, Libertarians, and conservates are “supposed to be the gate against the barbarians,” but on Wednesday in D.C., “We looked like the barbarians.”

“But you will not see Republicans bailing out those who were arrested. See, that is a vital contrast and Americans know this,” he continued.

Gutfeld was referring to the situation from the summer when Kamala Harris, Hollywood celebrities, and reportedly 13 Biden campaign staffers raised funds to bail out demonstrators and rioters who were involved in George Floyd protests in Minnesota that escalated into chaos and destruction.

“Americans do not need lectures from hypocrites in hair and makeup who pick and choose their favorite protesters,” Gutfeld blistered liberal media pundits. “So I’m glad Democrats are finally outraged by this disgusting behavior. Join the club! I’ve been there for a year! I do not play favorites with mobs.”

Gutfeld pointed out the 74 million people who voted for President Donald Trump need to have their voices heard. He highlighted the double-standard that Trump supporters face compared to BLM and Antifa rioters who seem to get a pass from the mainstream media.

Gutfeld then challenged President-elect Joe Biden to unite the country.

“If you want to unify this country, Joe Biden, you can’t sit there and act like the tough guy now,” Gutfeld emphatically stressed. “You’ve got to deal with a half a country that feels that they have been disenfranchised, that they’ve been disrespected, that they have been lied to by a media, they’ve been marginalized by a media, they’ve been made to feel small by a media. Their eyes are open.”

“This is a red-pilled America,” he trumpeted.

“Yesterday was a bubble that burst, but it’s a sign of a much, much, much larger problem, and it’s going to come back in four years,” Gutfeld warned. “It’s going to come back if you don’t deal with it, whether it is transparency in elections, voter I.D. – just being honest might be a start.”

“And stop calling these people rubes and denigrating them because they aren’t cool elites, because that’s part of this, too,” Gutfeld concluded his fiery monologue.

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Riot declared in Portland suburb – Black bloc vandals attack police precinct and businesses

A riot was declared in a suburb of Portland, Oregon, after Black bloc rioters vandalized local businesses and the police precinct.

Thursday night’s violence escalated from a demonstration that was organized to call for justice in the officer-involved shooting death of 26-year-old Jacob Ryan McDuff on Wednesday. Public records and a social media account use MacDuff as the spelling for his last name.

Shortly after 4 p.m. Wednesday, Tigard Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at an apartment complex in the suburb southwest of Portland. Officers attempted to arrest McDuff on domestic violence charges after an investigation.

“MacDuff was inside his vehicle, and officers said he had a knife,” the Oregonian reported. “Police said they tried to take him into custody, and he refused to surrender. Tigard police shot and killed MacDuff during the struggle to arrest him, according to Tigard police.”

The shooting occurred at about 5:50 p.m., nearly two hours after police arrived at the apartment.

Despite an investigation into the officer-involved shooting by the Washington County Major Crimes Team already underway, a protest erupted Thursday night.

Police said about 100 individuals gathered in Tigard, a city in Oregon with a population of about 55,000, at around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. The anti-police protest escalated to the point where Black bloc rioters vandalized the Tigard police headquarters.

The rioters smashed the windows and doors of the police precinct. On the outside walls of the police station, someone spray-painted “ACAB,” an acronym for “All Cops Are Bastards.”

The rioters made their way to the downtown business area, where police say they blocked traffic, destroyed storefronts, and sprayed graffiti on private and public property. Tigard police declared the unrest to be an unlawful assembly, and shortly after, declared a riot.

Vandals spray-painted the words “STOP KILLING PEOPLE AND WE WILL STOP RIOTING” at the entrance to a State Farm Insurance building, KOIN reported.

The crowd dispersed by around 9:30 p.m.

Police arrested one person, 20-year-old Zane Saleem Bsoul, and charged him with one count of rioting.

The riot comes one day after Portland’s Democratic Mayor Ted Wheeler was given a tongue-lashing and physically assaulted by left-wing malcontents while he was dining at a restaurant.

Portland has been dealing with regularly occurring protests and riots since late May.

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Washington D.C. Mayor Extends Emergency Order Until After The Inaguration

The mayor of Washington D.C., Muriel Bowser has extended the emergency order put in place ahead of yesterday’s chaos until after inauguration day.  Bowser had previously called in the national guard ahead of yesterday’s protest at the Capitol.

Mayor of DC Requested National Guard Presence at Wednesday’s MAGA Rally

Police also recovered pipe bombs both at the RNC and the DNC offices and found a long gun and Molotov cocktails inside a vehicle on Capitol grounds. In total, 52 people were detained in the unrest, many of them were for simple curfew violations, reported RT.

The confrontation at the Capitol erupted after backers of President Trump gathered to protest the certification of Electoral College votes for the 2020 election, interrupting the process after only two states were tallied as the building was placed under lockdown. Trump and his allies maintain the presidential race was plagued by voter fraud and irregularities, and have called on Republican lawmakers, as well as Vice President Mike Pence, to challenge the count. However, the VP argued earlier on Wednesday that he lacks the authority to do so. -RT

As of now, Joe Biden will be inaugurated as president later this month. Biden’s presidential election victory has been certified by Congress despite objections by Trump loyalists and the chaos at the Capitol. The certification process was disrupted when a mob broke into the Capitol.

The National Guard was deployed and tear gas was used to disperse those inside the Capitol building. A woman was fatally shot on Capitol grounds and three more people died from medical emergencies,” according to DC police. At least fourteen police officers were injured in the chaos.

Speaking at the end of a joint session of Congress, Vice President Mike Pence confirmed that Biden’s term will begin on January 20. A group of GOP lawmakers made a last-ditch effort to stall the certification process by challenging election results in Arizona and Pennsylvania. Both attempts were resoundingly defeated by Congress, according to reports by all mainstream media outlets. 

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Trump Supporters Are Already Clashing With DC Police Ahead of The “Save America” Rally

As supporters of President Donald Trump arrive in Washington D.C. to protest the election results, some are already clashing with the police. This election chaos is far from over and it’s already starting ahead of today’s rally.

Crowds of protesters, some of them shouting “This is American Plaza” were filmed pushing and shoving police in BLM Plaza next to Lafayette Square. So far, no actual violence was committed, but the mayor has called in the national guard just in case, in a show of force.

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The stretch of 16th Street NW was renamed last year after a huge “Black Lives Matter” slogan was painted there amid the nationwide protests against racism and police brutality. The polarization and division in the United States have reached their breaking point.

It is likely that this chaos will intensify. The confrontation comes ahead of a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Wednesday, which is set to count electoral votes and seal the outcome of the November presidential election as Joe Biden’s victory, according to reports by RT.  President Trump claims that the election was rigged, and many of his supporters back this allegation.

Trump supporters continue to descend on Washington D.C. for today’s massive “Save America March” in a last-ditch attempt to pressure lawmakers to overturn the election result. The president is expected to personally address the crowds in The Ellipse, south of the White House at 11 am local time. He has also warned the domestic “terrorist organization” Antifa to stay away.

Please watch this situation closely. This could get volatile.  Stay as far away from this event as possible.  There is no telling which and how brutally any of the groups could clash. If left-leaning groups such as Antifa and Black Lives Matter show up, this could get ugly and quickly.

Stay alert and stay prepared.


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Five Antifa scumbags gang up on man, beat him silly — and their ‘comrades’ demand reporter not record attack

Washington, D.C., and
Washington state weren’t the only flash points of Antifa thuggery over the weekend.

The black-clad leftists — who gaslight us with their self-described “anti-fascist” credo while engaging in blatantly fascist violence, bullying, and intimidation against anyone who gets in their way with few consequences — decided they would flex their muscles in Sacramento, California.

What happened?

The Proud Boys were protesting there Saturday, and Scott Rodd — the state government reporter for CapRadio News — was there to
document the violence when Antifa decided to join the fray.

Rodd noted in a Twitter
thread that “today was the most violent of any protest in downtown Sacramento since the election. Mace, batons, fisticuffs. A guy even pulled out a katana.” A katana is a Japanese sword with a curved, single-edged blade used for slashing and stabbing — and yes, turns out an Antifa militant was brandishing the Samurai weapon, although Rodd referred to him as a “man on [the] counter-protest side.”

One of the most draw-dropping of Rodd’s clips
showed what he said was a “man with a baton” who was “verbally antagonizing the group of counter protesters” — i.e., Antifa.

And how did the Antifa militants handle the verbal slights? “A number of them rushed him in an alley and beat him,” Rodd wrote. It appears to be a five-against-one gang-up — Antifa aren’t known for fighting one on one:

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @SRodd_CPR

They seem nice.

But that wasn’t all. “Multiple counter-protesters blocked me and demanded I not film,” Rodd added in his tweet. “I said (through a gas mask) I’m press and just doing my job.”

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @SRodd_CPR

“Do not film! Do not film! Do not film this!” one leftist is heard hollering at Rodd while black umbrellas attempt to block him from recording.

When the beating ends, Rodd captures the image of the victim sprawled on the concrete and struggling to stand:

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @SRodd_CPR

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @SRodd_CPR

Here’s the clip:

One might assume if our anti-fascist friends weren’t up to anything violent or illegal — you know, like if they were sitting down over beers and coming together as one with conservatives in their post-election euphoria so we can build back better or something — they wouldn’t be demanding that journalists refrain from documenting their actions.

This blatant prevention of First Amendment-protected reporting is an ongoing MO with Antifa and other violent leftist groups such as Black Lives Matter. We saw it in broad daylight in Portland, Oregon, last week when a
gang of militant leftists bullied and physically attacked a Portland TV news reporter and videographer who dared enter their “autonomous zone” — and then kicked them out.

Still, there are plenty of folks still demanding cover for Antifa lawlessness, like one guy who warned Rodd that “there can be legal consequences for their comrades if you get too close [with a video camera]. It’s a thin line. I have no respect for snitches disguised as journalists. Respect earns respect and trust earns trust.”

But another Twitter user wasn’t having any of it and shot back, “If your comrades aren’t violating LAWS, then there wouldn’t be LEGAL consequences! Freedom of the press is a fundamental right, protected by the constitution. If their actions put them in legal jeopardy, thats 100% on them!”

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Violence erupts in Washington between Trump supporters and leftist groups — shot fired, suspect detained

Several rallies and counterprotests went down on Saturday in Olympia, Washington. In the midst of tense and sometimes violent clashes between Trump supporters and members of leftist groups, someone fired a gun. Police had made at least two arrests.

In Olympia, there was a “RE-Open WA” rally planned, a “Stop the Steal” parade, and a “BLM: Washington vs. Fascism” counterprotest scheduled for Saturday, according to Fox News.

It didn’t take long for the polar opposite groups to run into each other in Olympia. Proud Boys and Black Bloc members confronted each other as seen in video taken by reporter Shauna Sowersby.

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Then fights erupted between the two groups, and an “unlawful assembly” was declared by the Olympia Police Department.

“First fight breaks out between Back the blue / stop the steal protesters and Portland / Washington counter-protesters,” Independent Media said.

An alleged member of the Proud Boys was reportedly arrested for pointing his gun. While at the same time law enforcement is seen firing crowd control munitions at apparent Antifa members lined up in the middle of the street.

The violence escalated to the point that the Olympia Police Department was forced to declare a riot.

A shot was fired during the protests. A man wearing all black was seen brandishing a handgun. He flees the scene and puts on a red hat. The same man appears to be on the ground and being arrested by the Olympia Police Department officers and Washington State Troopers.

Washington State Patrol spokesperson Chris Loftis confirmed the shooting to the Seattle Times.

“Suspect detained,” Loftis said. “No information confirmed on victim or any injury status.”

Loftis described the situation as, “Fluid situation with two groups of size, both including heavily armed individuals.”

There was violence in Olympia last Saturday as well. There was a nasty brawl between “Back the Blue” supporters and Black Bloc members.

“We did make an arrest for a subject that appeared to fire at least one round from a handgun into the opposing crowd,” the Olympia Police Department said last week. “Any witnesses to that crime should contact @OlyPD through the 911 system.”

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Team USA to allow Olympic athletes to protest in ‘support of racial and social justice,’ defying IOC rules

The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee said Thursday it would allow its athletes to protest in “support of racial and social justice.” Demonstrations are strictly prohibited by the International Olympic Committee.

On Dec. 10, which is Human Rights Day, the Team USA Council on Racial and Social Justice released a statement: “The Council’s recommendation is built on the foundation that athletes should have the right to peacefully protest and demonstrate against racial and social injustices and to promote human dignity through global sport.”

“In support of this recommendation, the USOPC will not sanction Team USA athletes for respectfully demonstrating in support of racial and social justice for all human beings,” the statement reads. “This decision addresses the responsibility the USOPC has in the application of IOC and IPC rules prohibiting demonstrations at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.”

Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter declares, “No kind of demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any Olympic sites, venues or other areas.”

The IPC Paralympic Handbook has a similar regulation, known as “Section 2.2.”

The Team USA Council noted, “We want to make unmistakably clear that human rights are not political; yet, they have been politicized both in the U.S. and globally to perpetuate the wrongful and dehumanizing myth of sport as an inherently neutral domain.”

The Team USA Council on Racial and Social Justice, which was recently created in June amid the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests, instructed the IOC and IPC to “update guidelines to allow for peaceful actions that specifically advocate for human rights and racial and social justice, and distinguishes those acts from to-be-defined ‘divisive demonstrations’ – including, but not limited to, currently prohibited acts of hate speech, racist propaganda, political statements and discrimination.”

Dr. Yannick Kluch, an assistant professor at Rowan University and external consultant on the Team USA Council’s Protests and Demonstrations Steering Committee, said, “The recommendations, released on International Human Rights Day, work towards centering marginalized voices, particularly those of racially minoritized populations such as Black athletes, in the global sport community by clearly capturing how peaceful protests and demonstrations are a fundamental human right and can serve as a moral compass in promoting human dignity through global sport.”

Moushaumi Robinson, chair of the Team USA Council on Racial and Social Justice and 2004 Olympic gold medalist in track and field, released a statement: “The Team USA Council on Racial and Social Justice provided its recommendation to the USOPC, NGBs, IOC and IPC in an effort to show the power and duty athletes have to build a more inclusive world through sport. The Council believes the diversity of Team USA athletes is our strength, and that this recommendation can be a catalyst for change.”

USOPC CEO Sarah Hirshland said, “The USOPC values the voices of Team USA athletes and believes that their right to advocate for racial and social justice, and be a positive force for change, absolutely aligns with the fundamental values of equality that define Team USA and the Olympic and Paralympic movements.”

The IOC Athlete Commission is “soliciting feedback,” and likely to provide an update in 2021.

The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo have been delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic and are rescheduled from July 23 to Aug. 8, 2021.

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The largest protests in human history might be occurring right now. Here’s what they’re about.

Although most of the world outside of Asia remains oblivious, it is possible that the largest protests in human history are occurring right now in India, as an almost innumerable mass of farmers has risen up in protest against reform measures intended to improve the country’s flailing agricultural economy.

What are the farmers protesting?

For years, the Indian government has provided guaranteed minimum prices to Indian farmers, and also kept in place a series of laws that has prevented consolidation of farmland into larger tracts. The system was designed to protect small farmers and provide them with reliable, stable income. The average farm in India is less than three acres.

As you might have guessed, however, the system has caused India to fall catastrophically far behind the rest of the globe in farming efficiency. And additionally, while the system has provided a basic subsistence living to many farmers, it has effectively kept them trapped in poverty. According to some estimates, over half of India’s workforce currently works on farms, but farms only account for less than one-sixth of India’s economy.

By way of comparison, the entire agricultural and food sector in America employs about 10% of its population and represents about 5% of its economy.

The system is, by any measure, not making any money for anyone, and also isn’t doing a great job of providing food. In ordinary times, the sheer weight of the number of people working on farms provides enough food for India, but because the Indian agricultural system is so dependent on human labor, it is especially sensitive to disruptions in the labor market, which is one reason why India’s food supply has been disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, relative to other countries.

The government has responded with a series of reforms, some of which are merely proposals at this point, and others of which were rammed through into law using parliamentary tactics that have even been criticized by the reforms’ proponents. The government wants to allow private buyers to purchase the products produced by Indian farmers, instead of requiring farmers to sell to the government. They also want to relax laws regarding consolidation of agricultural land.

The farmers believe that these reforms — which are widely considered by economists to be necessary to the modernization of India’s entire economy — will end up driving them off of their family farms, which they believe will be consolidated and eaten up by large farming corporations.

How large are the protests?


The protests began in August and have grown in both intensity and size since. Reliable estimates of crowd sizes are difficult to come by because of the sheer number of people involved. According to one estimate, during Tuesday’s protest alone, protesters jammed shoulder-to-shoulder clogging over 19 miles of major highways in Delhi, suggesting that at least tens if not hundreds of thousands were present.

Some estimates have suggested that the number of people who have protested nationwide in India since the protests began has been over 200 million, which would certainly place it in the running for the largest protest in human history.

India’s farmers announced a general strike on Nov. 26, which involved more than 250 million farmers, thus making it almost certainly the largest organized strike in history.

The strike and accompanying protests — which have included farmers burning their fields and a heavy-handed government response that has caused scattered violence — has brought the country to its knees.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is now negotiating with the heads of farmer unions to see if a compromise is possible that will get India’s farmers back to work. Thus far, farmers have rejected those proposals and have promised that unless the reforms are repealed, they will escalate their protests and continue to bring life in India to a halt.

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Brutal brawl erupts between black bloc anarchists and ‘Back the Blue’ supporters in Washington

There were violent clashes in Washington’s capital on Saturday during a “Back the Blue” rally when black bloc anarchists held their own counterprotest.

The Olympia Police Department released a notice: “Large group of opposing protesters started near the Capitol and are now moving through downtown Olympia. Near City Hall. The groups have dispersed into smaller groups and are moving throughout the area. Officers are monitoring to ensure things are peaceful from here forward.”

The black bloc anarchists held their own event titled “Squash Fascists.” The two groups baited each other throughout the day, as seen in footage from photojournalist Independent Media PDX. The black bloc members burned American flags and the “Back the Blue” supporters retaliated by burning a black umbrella, which many Antifa members carry to conceal their identities.

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At one point, a brutal brawl between the two groups erupted. Individuals dressed in all black are beaten with American and Trump flag poles.

The Olympia Police Department said the groups “have largely dispersed.” The department said, “An arrest was made for two counts of felony assault. An additional charge may be referred for reckless endangerment as well.”

“We did make an arrest for a subject that appeared to fire at least one round from a handgun into the opposing crowd,” the police tweeted. “Any witnesses to that crime should contact @OlyPD through the 911 system.”

Olympia wasn’t the only place where groups clashed. In St Paul, Minneapolis, groups prepared for confrontation.

In California, Black bloc militants wielded shields and chanted, “No more Proud Boys in Sacramento!” There was a heavy police presence with officers wearing riot gear. Police officers fired non-lethal munitions at rowdy demonstrators dressed in all black.

At one point, alleged Proud Boys and black bloc members clashed. Black bloc members attacked Trump supporters and left them injured.

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It’s OK to be thankful for the 2020 dumpster fire

Being thankful for a dumpster fire seems like a weird thing.

And if I’m being honest, I don’t suppose it’s the actual shinola of 2020 that I’m thankful for. It’s what that shinola provided.

Think of all the things that have been stripped away during the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve missed out on hometown sports and get-togethers and shopping and parades and … well … you name it.

Many of us have lost loved ones or suffered ourselves thanks to the virus’ effects.

And we’ve gone through much more than COVID-19.

Our nation has seen a nasty election — both sides were ugly — and a media that seemed wildly unbalanced.

We’ve witnessed riots and looting — as well police whose actions have warranted protests.

Through it all, we’ve had a chance to grow. A chance to be better. A chance to focus on the things that matter.

Because apparently we needed it.

In the end, it’s 2020’s reminders of what matters that really mean something.

The reminder that people still matter. Grace still matters. Love still matters.

Through all of the garbage we’ve witnessed this year, people have remained. People who are as loved by their Creator as you and I are.

? That nasty Republican across the street? Yep, God loves him as much as He loves you.

? That weird Democrat neighbor? God loves her, too.

? That Antifa protester busting store windows and setting fires and taking whatever he pleases? Still loved by the Big Guy.

? That alt-right white supremacist? Loved.

? That governor who handed down the lockdown edict that closed your gym or shuttered your business or canceled your school year because, as you believe, he’s on a power trip? God’s love is for him.

? That governor who refused to mandate masks or enact other COVID-19 mandates because, as you believe, he doesn’t care if grandma dies? The cross covers him, too.

It’s a crazy thing to consider, but 2020 has given us a lot of opportunities to remember that if God loves all of us that much, then the very least that we can do is to try to love each other that much.

We’re not called to love just during the easy times, or to love only the people who are easy to love. That’s not how real love works. Real love happens without consideration for situations or whether love will be returned.

True love just loves — and that’s all it does.

? It’s about everyone else all the time.

? It’s about coming alongside and just being with people.

? It’s about following God to people who are hurting — and there are a lot of them — and being there when they hit the ground hard. (“Catching people on the bounce,” as Bob Goff puts it.)

? It’s about drawing a great big circle around everybody and saying they’re all in your circle — just like the circle grace drew around all of us.

This year has been … something. A lesson for us all. A chance to love the way we should. A chance to just be with people.

Be thankful for that.

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Pope Francis praises NBA players for racial justice protests

Pope Francis met with a group of NBA players on Monday and praised them for their protests, some of which were blamed for poor ratings during the NBA’s playoff run.

According to NBC News, the pope met with NBA players Sterling Brown, Jonathan Isaac, Kyle Kover, Anthony Tolliver, and Italian Marco Bellini, who translated for everyone present. Of note, Isaac faced intense criticism for being the only player in the NBA’s playoff bubble who didn’t kneel for the national anthem, explaining that, “For me Black lives are supported through the Gospel. All lives are supported through the Gospel.”

Francis lauded the players’ activism, saying, “You’re champions. But also giving the example of teamwork, you’ve become a model, giving that good example of teamwork but always remaining humble … and preserving your own humanity.”

Francis gave a long interview this year that is being turned into a book titled, “Let us Dream,” and in the book Francis reportedly will express support for the protests that roiled the nation following the death of George Floyd in police custody, as well as for policies like a “universal basic income,” which has recently become a rallying cry for far-left progressives.

One of the players who met with Francis, Sterling Brown, successfully sued the city of Milwaukee after being tased following a traffic ticket incident in 2018. Brown, along with other players from the Milwaukee Bucks, nearly prematurely ended the NBA playoffs entirely when they refused to take the court following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Blake’s death sparked outrage when it was revealed that Blake was shot seven times in the back; Kenosha police subsequently revealed that Blake had been guilty of sexual assault, had a weapon, and was attempting to kidnap children. A lawyer for the police officer who shot Blake has also claimed that Blake had a knife in his hand at the time he was shot.

Milwaukee Bucks players were so upset by what happened to Blake that they refused to take the floor for an opening round series game against the Orlando Magic. The league refused to enforce a forfeit against the Bucks, and all games were canceled for a period of days, in which players from at least two teams (the Los Angeles Clippers and eventual champion Los Angeles Lakers) reportedly voted to abandon the remainder of the playoffs entirely in order to focus on spreading their social justice message.

Regarding the decision to skip that game, Brown told Francis that it was “raw and emotional” for players on the Bucks.

Francis may have been a fan of the NBA players’ activism, but many NBA fans were not. Ratings for the postseason were historically low, and many fans who did not tune in specifically blamed the overt political messaging for their lack of interest in this year’s playoffs.

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The Absurdity of Lockdown 2.0

This article was originally published by Shane J. Coules at The Mises Institute. 

“A man walks through an eerily quiet, once-busy street lined with closed-down stores and burnt-out vehicles. Some of the storefronts display boarded-up windows, others with spattered red paint on the glass-like blood on a wrecked car’s windshield. Some of the stores have been victims of looting, the shards of glass on the ground a diamond-like reminder of the recent mayhem. Our protagonist takes a deep breath; the sound audible in the vast silence. He releases the breath slowly and continues to walk. His nostrils flare. He detects a familiar smell in the air: something’s burning. His ears twitch as he hears the distant roar of a mob, the volume rising with each step he takes. He sees in the distance a fiery orange glow growing larger; the fire that has been raging for months, continuing to spread.”

The above scene may sound like the prologue of an apocalyptic novel by, say, Stephen King. But it could easily be a blend of scenes from 2020: moments pulled from a nightmarish year—the end of which most of us will be happy to see.

And as countries throughout Europe and some states in the US move into a second wave of covid-inspired lockdowns, it’s worth reflecting on what we’ve encountered thus far in this surreal year, and ruminating on the absurdity of a second lockdown.

“Stay at Home. Wear a Mask. Science Is Real.”

If I had a dollar for every time I heard or saw those three short statements bandied about on- and offline, I’d have quite a few, although admittedly I wouldn’t be rich. But I’d likely be in a better position than many small businesses that have been thrown into the unforgiving sea by their government only to be tossed a meager life vest by the same people who wrestled them overboard in the first place. It’s worth noting that the life vest hasn’t been enough to save some from sinking to the murky depths—with many more to follow suit.

Let us take a moment to consider those three regularly regurgitated phrases:

Stay at home. This was and still is the order given by many governments around the world, telling their citizens that they should venture outside only if it is “essential” or for a spell of light exercise. Limits on how far you can travel (in Ireland, for example, it’s within a five-kilometer radius of your home), and how many people from other households you can invite into your privately owned property (again, in Ireland this number is zero as of this writing, and that includes your front and backyard), have been declared by the powers that be. Fines, public shaming (do not dare question these measures or partake in anti-lockdown protests!), and a bad reputation await those who break these rules.

Wear a mask. While this writer personally has no problem wearing a face mask if a business owner requests it, it is interesting to note that years of scientific analyses on the effectiveness of face masks when it comes to hampering the spread of infectious respiratory illnesses like the flu, have shown it to be negligible. Go to the CDC’s (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) website right now and you’ll read that “no recommendation can be made at this time for mask use in the community by asymptomatic persons, including those at high risk for complications, to prevent exposure to influenza viruses.” While Covid-19 and flu are similar illnesses, they come from different viruses, and the former is more infectious than the latter. It is also worth noting that the science around face masks is indeed still disputed by experts, and it’s even been argued that wearing masks can enhance the spread of the virus because people can be less mindful of social distancing while touching their nose and mouth more than they would when not wearing one.

But even if we accept that masks are definitely effective in slowing the spread of the disease—as recent studies have indeed claimed—overconfidence and inconsistency from experts and public figures throughout the pandemic has left public trust in them wanting to say the least. For instance, the US surgeon general in February urged citizens (in all caps no less) to “STOP BUYING MASKS!,” adding that they weren’t effective in preventing the general public from catching coronavirus. Even as late as March, New York mayor Bill de Blasio told residents to “get on with your lives” and “go out on the town despite coronavirus,” while the UK chief medical officer told UK denizens to not wear face masks. Meanwhile, the WHO and the CDC had both argued against the use of masks in the early months of the outbreak. While things may have changed in recent months due to the aforementioned new studies, we still have countries like Sweden not mandating mask-wearing as we approach the end of this bizarre year (note: Sweden’s daily number of covid deaths hasn’t risen above ten since mid-July and has since generally been below five). Can you really blame people for being just a little skeptical of those in positions of power?

Science is real. To end so emphatically (and condescendingly), you would hope that the person speaking those patronizing words has science on their side. But as one of the world’s most senior epidemiologists, Johan Giesecke, advisor to the Swedish government, said back in April: UK and European policies on lockdown are not evidence-based. And then we can remind ourselves of the now infamous Neil Ferguson–led Imperial College London study which determined that up to five hundred thousand lives could be lost in the UK alone. It was later revealed that the modeling used for the study was outdated, and thus the calculations dramatically inflated. For what it’s worth, Ferguson also said back in 2005 that 150 to 200 million people could die from the bird flu. The number of worldwide fatalities from bird flu between 2003 and 2009 was…282. So, science is real. Stop being a bad person. Listen to the experts and do not question them. Ever.

Prolockdowners Are de Facto “Pro-recession”

Another common line that has been doing the rounds over the last nine months is “placing the economy above society is wrong.” This statement brings to mind F.A. Hayek’s famous words regarding socialists: people who don’t understand economics fail to understand how societies—and markets—function. Economies are essentially societies, and societies are essentially economies; a healthier economy is conducive to a healthier society. Of course, there will still be problems brought on by bad government policy (e.g., the war on drugs), individual behavior (e.g., poor choices), and misfortune (which can be alleviated by support networks and charities). Societies will always have issues: utopias are impossible.

By calling for lockdowns, people are essentially welcoming a recession. And with recession come countless societal ills—in case that hasn’t already been made evident by the depressions of the past. If government measures are about ensuring the well-being of the people, plunging a country into a recession and piling up debt sure is a strange way to go about it. At the national level, lockdowns and recessions cause sometimes irreparable damage to people’s livelihoods, their mental health, and their physical well-being. At the global level, widespread lockdowns are predicted to greatly exacerbate third-world famines, with “virus-linked hunger tied to 10,000 child deaths each month.” With tragedies like these, lockdowns are indeed a strange way to go about protecting the most vulnerable people.

The Immorality of Lockdowns

Pandemics like covid-19 are unusual for Europe and the United States. Being 100 percent prepared for them is impossible, because while tax-funded research is regularly conducted in the hope that countries can be as pandemic ready as possible, each new virus brings with it an air of mystery, and fears of the unknown aren’t completely irrational, after all.

But, putting such life-altering power—over matters such as forced lockdowns—in the hands of people who pay a negligible price for being wrong (some political damage, maybe) is not only asinine, it is plain wrong. Coercion is wrong. Taking the freedom of choice away from people by force is wrong. Tell the old woman living with a terminal illness that she must spend the final months of her life in isolation; that she can’t take a trip to the lake she’s visited since she was a child; that she can’t be surrounded by her loved ones during the remaining time she has left. Tell a business owner that their business isn’t essential. Tell the man who’s prone to depression and lives alone in a tiny studio apartment that this lockdown is for his own good. Tell the woman whose cancer diagnosis will be delayed—and thus her chances of survival reduced—that this lockdown is for her own good.

This is no different from telling an individual driver that “speed kills,” so tough—you can’t drive a car anymore. Or that alcohol is one of the biggest yearly killers, so tough—you can’t enjoy a beer anymore. Or that more than two hundred thousand children alone are treated in hospital every year from accidents related to bike riding, so tough—you can’t enjoy cycling anymore. The role of government isn’t to keep people safe from themselves or the dangers that come with living freely; there’s no reason why this shouldn’t apply to covid-19.

The Absurdity of Lockdown 2.0

For months now, data and experts have raised major questions around the efficacy of lockdowns in stopping the spread of the coronavirus and highlighted the damage caused by them. In the words of the Great Barrington Declaration (led by infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists), “lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short- and long-term public health. The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings, and deteriorating mental health—leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden.” Even the WHO has said that lockdowns should be a very, very last resort. Argentina recently entered its two hundredth day of nationwide lockdown, yet daily new cases have been hovering between ten thousand and twenty thousand since August. These and countless other examples and warnings have gone unheeded in many countries as they enter another lockdown—all the while not giving people a say in the matter.

The Future Is a Choice

For many of us, the latest covid calamity is just another disappointing chapter in the dreadful tome that is big government. When we consider that “one cannot violate moral and economic laws without having to pay a price, and that one violation will, according to the ‘logic’ of state action, lead to more violations until the price that must be paid becomes intolerable,” more scenes of social unrest are likely. The scene we opened with today maybe a collage of moments from 2020; if things keep going in the same direction, it may be a glimpse into the not-too-distant future.

But there’s still time for people to see the major failures of bloated, bureaucratic government made up of people who pay little to no price for being wrong and wreaking economic havoc—covid or not—on its citizens (far from being punished, those in charge regularly reward themselves with hefty taxpayer-funded pensions). Gross mismanagement by distended governments that leads to further social unrest and far worse doesn’t have to be the future. As Ludwig von Mises said, “Whoever wants peace among nations must seek to limit the state and its influence most strictly.” Those wise words are applicable to peace within nations, too.

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Pro-Trump groups plan weekend #StopTheSteal MAGA march in D.C.

An assortment of pro-Trump groups will rally Saturday in Washington, D.C., to protest perceived election fraud and support President Donald Trump, who has not yet conceded the presidential election to former Vice President Joe Biden.

Various groups, including the Million MAGA March, Women for Trump, and Stop the Steal DC have invited all Trump supporters to participate in an organized protest at noon Saturday at Freedom Plaza, near the White House and along the National Mall, multiple outlets reported.

According to WDVM-TV, counterprotests are planned at Black Lives Matter Plaza. The Metropolitan Police Department released plans for no parking zones in and around the downtown area to accommodate the protests.

“Our Police Chief will have a similar posture this weekend as he did last week, and we will be there to support peaceful exercise of First Amendment demonstrations,” D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said at a news conference.

D.C. police reportedly advised those who plan to attend the protests that the capital’s notoriously strict gun laws will be enforced.

WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green reported that while the planned protests are gaining attention and interaction on social media, some followers are skeptical of the wisdom of traveling to Washington.

“There are not a lot of people biting on this; there are a lot of people following them on social media. But there are a lot of people that are doubtful about the wisdom of coming here to do this,” Green said.

The protests are already being characterized as “white nationalist” by mainstream media outlets. Politico reported that “Oath Keepers, Three Percenters, Infowars fanatics, Groypers, Proud Boys, white nationalists, neo-Nazis and the people who would simply call themselves die-hard MAGA” plan to attend.

WTOP’s report noted that federal, state, and local law enforcement organizations are monitoring the groups planning to attend the protest. Green reported that it is “not likely” that a repeat of the 2017 clash between white nationalists and counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, will happen again.

“In part because authorities here are so well-prepared and have that knowledge under their belt. And … you can’t carry guns in D.C. … I’m pretty sure that any organizers are making it very clear to people who come to D.C., ‘Do not bring a gun.’ Other weapons maybe, but it’s not likely that this is going to turn into that,” Green said.

The Twitter account for Million Mega March posted a public prayer asking God to let the march happen peacefully, “without conflict from those who wish to agitate and cause violence.”

(H/T: The Federalist)

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BLM and anarchist groups call to ‘burn it down,’ berate Biden supporters: ‘You are a bunch of fools!’

While there were massive celebrations across the country after several news outlets declared Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election, there were also groups marching against President Donald Trump and in opposition to the reported president-elect.

There were large crowds of Biden supporters partying at the Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. There were also other groups who were not in as much of a festive mood.

There was a crew of black-clad demonstrators, many holding umbrellas, marching towards Black Lives Matter Plaza. They held a large sign that read: “FREE THE PEOPLE, FIGHT THE POWER, F*** THE POLICE – DEFUND, DISARM, DISBAND.” Another sign said: “BURN DOWN THE AMERICAN PLANTATION.”

The group chanted: “What do we want? Justice When do we want it? Now! If we don’t get it — Burn it down! BURN. IT. DOWN!”

The mob chanted: “F*** Trump! F*** Biden! No more presidents!”

(Content Warning: Explicit language)

A group protesting for racial justice interrupted the Biden supporters celebrating to educate them about “white supremacy” regardless of the “white man you put in office.”

The “They/Them Collective,” a self-described “anarchist abolitionist collective house based in DC occupied Piscataway land here for queer, trans, black, brown and indigenous liberation,” marched near the White House, according to photojournalist Ford Fischer.

The group demanded that the Biden supporters raise their fists in solidarity, and those who did not would be labeled as “ignorant,” “complacent,” and “just as racist as police officers that are killing black people.” Most raised their hands.

“Just because Biden is in office, does not mean that our struggle is over,” the group chanted. “Just because Biden is in office, does not mean that you will be walking on sunshine.”

“For all of you f***ing journalists, for all of you white liberals, who have been celebrating, getting drunk off your a**es about Biden winning this election, you are all a bunch of f***ing fools,” the group scolded Biden supporters.

The group claimed that the Biden supporters “colonized” the space for their “own benefit.” The demonstrators berated the Biden supporters, “You are using this plaza as a tourist attraction. You are all acting like this is f***ing Disney World. This is not f***ing Disney World, you have all colonized this space for your own benefit.”

The official Twitter account for Black Lives Matter DC wrote that they took over Black Lives Matter Plaza on Saturday night. The group also tweeted, “F*** your Sweet Carolina because #BlackJoyMatter and #BlackLivesStillMatter #DefendBlackLives #DefundMPD. The unofficial anthem of the Biden-Harris campaign is Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.”

In Detroit, a Black Lives Matter-like group marched in the streets against police brutality. The “Detroit Will Breathe” group, a self-described “movement formed on the streets of Detroit in the midst of an international movement against police brutality towards Black lives,” was not as excited about Biden’s reported election.

The group chanted: “F*** Donald Trump! F*** Biden too! Both of them don’t give a f*** about you!”

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VIDEO: Biden supporters assume they’ll escape the wrath of Black Lives Matter. Think again, kids.

Everybody knows radical leftist groups such as Antifa and Black Lives Matter enjoy physically damaging and intimidating those who don “Make America Great Again” hats and emit even the slightest scent of support for President Donald Trump.

But garden variety Democrats beware: You may think you’re on the same team as BLM & Co. and escape their rampaging wrath — but you’re not, and you won’t.

What happened?

Video posted by conservative journalist Andy Ngo revealed some cognitively dissonant moments on election night when hundreds of protesters shut down the streets of southeast Portland and confronted residents — even if they supported Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Case in point was a man who stood on his porch and hollered at the protesters, “There’s my Biden sign! Don’t destroy anything! Be peaceful!”

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @MrAndyNgo

Oh, but the guy’s supposed sociopolitical teammates weren’t having any of it.

“No one cares about your white-ass opinion!” one woman began yelling. “Who do you think you are telling black people how to protest? You f***ing white-ass privilege old man!”


Another woman hollered, “Asking for people to be peaceful is white supremacy!”

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @MrAndyNgo

It didn’t get any better when the man left the relative safety of his porch and spoke to the protesters up close and personal.

But one leftist told him, “You just came out to instigate violence!”

Then a woman got in the man’s face and told him, “At this point you’re distracting the movement, so go the f*** home!”

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @MrAndyNgo

In a separate scene, another man made the mistake of yelling at protesters, “Dude, I’m on your f***ing side!” Because with that a woman screamed back at him, “No, you’re not! No, you’re f***ing not!”

Image source: Twitter video screenshot via @MrAndyNgo

Here’s the clip. (Content warning: Language):

How did observers react?

As you might guess, folks who’ve apparently seen these things play out before weren’t the least bit surprised at the left once again eating their own:

  • “They aren’t on your side,” one commenter wrote. “They want to see the whole system burn, and you will be a casualty in their revolution, and they don’t care.”
  • “Idiots! I have no sympathy. They ask for it by voting Biden,” another person noted. “It’s soul crushing to see so many brainwashed stupid WEAK Oregonians. If we had WW3, these people would surrender at the first angry glare of invaders.”
  • “Thanks for once again proving to everyone that Antifa does not align with the Dems,” another user said.
  • “Lmao ‘I’m with you!’ F***ing loser,” another commenter declared. “Do you get it now? They don’t care about you! These BLM rioters don’t care about police brutality; it’s all about getting pay back. Instead of trying to come together they want to destroy our country in an effort to take control.”

So, buckle up, Dems. Don’t think your support for Biden and even for radical leftist groups will buy you an ounce of security when they’re pounding on your door, chanting outside your bedroom window in the middle of the night, and blocking your vehicle when you need to pick up your kids from school.

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COVID Tyranny Pushback: Spanish Doctors Stage A Walkout

Doctors across Spain walked out of hospitals and clinics on Tuesday in what media outlets have called the first medical strike to rock the country in 25 years. The doctors are protesting the coronavirus tyranny and economic terrorism committed in the name of health.

As the coronavirus scamdemic continues to rage across Spain, where the Health Ministry reported another 18,418 new daily cases on Tuesday, doctors are beginning to strike. This latest walkout was called in defiance of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s latest emergency order, which was implemented on Sunday, according to ZeroHedge. 

The order requires doctors and nurses to report to any of a range of assignments that could be handed to them by the government during the state of emergency, which could be in place for months.

Doctors complained that the new law violated their rights, and compromised the standard of care for patients, as doctors would end up working in an area they weren’t specialized in.

The strike will continue indefinitely, with doctors set to continue striking on the last Tuesday of every month until a deal has been reached.

For the first time, 200,000 new cases were confirmed in Spain over the previous two weeks, and cases on Tuesday were up 33% compared with the prior week. And over the last 24 hours, another 267 people have died.

“The Health Ministry hasn’t even dignified us with a meeting to try and get us to call off the strike,” he told Spanish health journal iSanidad.

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Spain’s hospitals harbor nearly 16,700 active COVID-19 patients – up more than 600 compared to Monday, with one-quarter of all the country’s ICU units used to treat those with an infectious disease.

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Protests tend to pop up when people feel backed into a corner and can no longer run.  Their last option is to fight back against tyranny. If we aren’t there yet, we will be very soon.

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Philadelphia Overrun By Rioting, Looting After Police Shoot Knife-Wielding Black Man

This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge.

Yet another night of looting and rioting in America…

As Summit News’ Paul Joseph Watson reports, the rioters hit the streets after the police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. in an incident being described as yet another unprovoked murder of a black man.

In reality, footage of the incident shows Wallace Jr. ignoring numerous warnings from police officers to drop the weapon as he advances on them before being shot.

NOTE – the tweet of the actual incident has now been deleted from Twitter

However, as we have seen multiple times over the past 5 months, Black Lives Matter agitators don’t let the facts get in the way of yet another chance to riot.

A female sergeant suffered a broken leg as she was struck by a speeding vehicle.

Other videos show BLM criminals looting a clothing store.

Another clip shows a police car on fire.

Cops were chased down the street by the mob, who threw projectiles at officers who weren’t wearing full protective riot gear.

“Get em, yeah! That’s what I like!” shouts the man filming the scene.

Another video shows riot cops being pelted with trash cans and other objects.

A total of 30 police officers were injured during the clashes.



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Protesters invade Polish churches, demand legalized abortion after pro-life legal ruling

Protesters in Poland disrupted church services and told congregants attending Mass on Sunday to “get the f*** out” following a pro-life legal ruling that declared.

Protests have continued for four straight nights since the Polish Constitutional Tribunal ruled last Thursday that “abortion in the case of a high probability of severe and irreversible impairment of the fetus or an incurable disease that threatens the fetus” is not permitted by the Polish Constitution.

Activists demanding legalized abortions stormed Catholic churches in the Polish cities of Warsaw, Krakow, and Pozna?, LifeSiteNews reported, disrupting Mass and confronting police and counterprotesters. The mass demonstrations are in defiance of the coronavirus pandemic social distancing regulations.

Multiple reports indicate that pro-abortion activists dressed as “handmaids” or carrying signs and chanting entered cathedrals and demanded the right to abortion.

Video of the protests shared by Voice of America on social media shows some being arrested by police.

“Crowds of people took to the streets screaming ‘Get the f*** out’,” journalist Krystian Kratiuk told LifeSiteNews.

“On Sunday they organized an action of attacking churches, entering them, interrupting Masses and shouting ‘get the f*** out’ in front of [them],” Kratiuk added. “Left-wing MPs do the same and the mainstream journalists loudly support the crime, as interrupting Mass is in Poland.”

According to LifeSiteNews, some protesters in Pozna? invaded a cathedral during Mass and chained themselves to the altar rails for hours. They carried signs that read “Catholics also need abortion” and “shame,” among other statements.

The Associated Press reports that in some instances the protesters clashed with organized right-wing groups, such as in the southern city of Katowice where riot police used tear gas to keep demonstrators on both sides under control. In Warsaw, “far-right nationalists” reportedly blocked the stairs leading to the entrance of the Holy Cross Church and prevented the pro-abortion protesters from entering the building.

Others describe the counter protests as an organic “bottom-up movement.” One Pole named Piotr, who was involved in protecting churches from the pro-abortion protesters, told LifeSiteNews he and others were “inspired by some people connected to [political party] Konfederacja, with a special involvement of people in the National Movement.”

“They decided to go into the streets to try to protect churches from being profaned or destroyed by the leftists. More people got involved, such as me ? I am not connected to any organization,” he said.

Piotr described how he and others patrolled the streets of Krakow, moving from one church to another and cleaning up debris and graffiti left behind by the demonstrators.

“Fortunately, there was no violence involved,” he said.

Elsewhere, the demonstrations have become violent. Another journalist who spoke to LifeSiteNews, Grzegorz Górny, said some protesters pelted police with stones.

“We are witnessing a great attack against Poland: in the European Parliament, in the Western media, among the EU political elite. Polish leftists have been organizing street demonstrations for four days, they are aggressive, throw stones at the police, destroy the offices of PiS MPs, paint offensive slogans on churches (and even on the Ronald Reagan monument in Warsaw), and disrupt Holy Masses,” Górny said.

“There were no voices of support from around the world for the Polish Constitutional Tribunal, the ruling right wing and Polish Catholics,” Górny added. “Nobody said it was a historic event. Nobody said that the Polish pro-life decision goes against all global trends.”

The chairman of the Polish Bishop’s Conference, Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki of Poznan, called for “social peace” amid the unrest.

“The position of the Catholic Church on the right to life is unchanged; obscenities, violence and disrupting services as well as profanation are not the right method of action,” Gadecki said in a statement. “I ask everyone to express their views in a socially acceptable way.”

With the outlawing of abortions for fetal defects, the only permissible cases for abortion in Poland are in cases of rape, incest, or if the mother’s life is threatened.

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HS principal allegedly says football players should stand for national anthem or quit team. Now he’s on leave.

A Louisiana high school principal is under fire after a text he allegedly sent saying that football players should stand for the national anthem or quit the team.

What are the details?

Rob Howle — principal of Liberty High School in Baton Rouge — is on administrative leave after allegedly texting a suggestion to make it “mandatory that the players stand for the national anthem or this team will never get [any more] support from the administration,” WBRZ-TV reported.

The station said a handful of students took a knee during the anthem at the first game. WBRZ added that the text in question also said “that was embarrassing. Playing football is a privilege not a right. If they don’t want to stand they can turn in their equipment and we will refund their money.”

Image source: WBRZ-TV video screenshot

An image of the text message, dated Oct. 1, was posted on social media and came to the attention of the East Baton Rouge Parish school system on Thursday, the Advocate reported.

What else did the district have to say?

Taylor Gast, a spokeswoman for the school system, told the Advocate the message appears to be real and that the recipient of the text also works for the school system — but Gast would not identify that individual.

The Advocate also said the district issued a statement Thursday saying it launched an investigation and that “… as a result, an administrator has been placed on administrative leave.” Gast identified the administrator as Howle, the outlet said, adding that Howle did not return a message seeking comment.

The district told WBRZ it “respects students’ rights to freedom of speech and expression” and cited the following policy concerning the Pledge of Allegiance and the national anthem:

At the beginning of each school day, time shall be permitted for those students and teachers desiring to do so to observe a brief time in silent meditation (not intended or identified as a religious exercise), which shall not exceed five minutes, and for reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Every assembly or meeting in each school should begin with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag and with the playing or the singing of the National Anthem, and all students shall be encouraged to learn the words of the National Anthem. Throughout the playing (singing) of the National Anthem and/or the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, students shall be encouraged to exhibit respectful behavior.

Anything else?

Liberty High is a new name for the school. The Advocate said its old name — Lee High — was tossed in July amid the nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd in late May in Minneapolis. The outlet added that Lee High opened in 1959 as Robert E. Lee High School, named after the Confederate general.

Howle is starting his third year as principal, the Advocate said, adding that soon after he took over he relaunched the football program that had been dormant for a decade.

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Nursing home residents stage heartbreaking protest outside facility: ‘Rather die from COVID than loneliness’

Residents of a long-term nursing and rehabilitation facility in Colorado organized a protest against the state’s COVID-19 restrictions on Thursday.

What are the details?

According to KCNC-TV, the protest took place at Fairacres Manor in Greeley.

The station reported that many of the facility’s residents — many of them in wheelchairs — stood outside of the facility and held signs that read “Rather die from COVID than loneliness,” “Give us freedom,” “Prisoners in our own home,” and more.

In a statement, Ben Gonzales — assistant administrator at the facility — said that Fairacres’ residents are not happy.

“They want to be able to hug their grandchildren, they want to be able to hold the hands of their loved ones,” he said.

Resident Council President Sharon Peterson — a 75-year-old woman — told the outlet that she and other residents are desperate for a change.

“We used to be lucky here at Fairacres to show each other what we mean to one another and we cannot do that anymore,” Peterson said. “Fairacres follows the rules and, with that, we think they would keep us safe while being able to be with our families again.”

Peterson, who helped to organize the demonstration, said that the protest was necessary because “one thing we have to look forward to is a simple hug.”

“It gives us meaning,” she said. “Fairacres needs to be commended on how well they have cared for all of us, but it’s time for our voices to be heard.”

Gonzales said that several staff members joined those at the protest, and pledged that the staff wants residents to know “that their voice does matter.”

Gonzales also said that Fairacres staff and residents sent letters to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment as well as Gov. Jared Polis’s office in August, begging for rules to be relaxed to permit physical contact. Gonzales said that no one received a response to the inquiries.

In response to the protest, Polis issued a statement.

“We absolutely understand how difficult it has been for residents of residential care facilities and their families,” Polis’s office said on Friday. “Social interaction is essential to physical and mental health, and so we have provided guidance to residential care facilities that allows for that interaction while also keeping residents safe from COVID-19.”

The statement continued, “Restrictions have been in place previously, but residents are now able to visit loved ones both indoors and outdoors. In addition, we are doing everything possible to help long-term care facilities mitigate and prevent the spread of COVID-19 by working directly with facilities on proper infection control practices that have been proven to slow the spread of COVID-19.”

According to the Greeley Tribune, the nursing facility was the site of a COVID-19 outbreak in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.

“The outbreak was discovered in late March,” the outlet reported. “From then until mid-May, 16 residents were lab-confirmed positive for COVID-19 with another two dozen residents determined to be probable cases, according to CDPHE data.”

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Authorities arrest Orthodox Jewish activist, radio host following brutal assault on Orthodox Jewish reporter

The NYPD arrested an Orthodox Jewish activist and radio host on Sunday night after a journalist was reportedly
assaulted while covering protests against newly implemented COVID-19 restrictions across the city, according to

The new measures limit gatherings in houses of worship and other areas identified as COVID-19 clusters or hotspots.

You can read more on Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s restrictions — as well as the responding protests —

What are the details?

Authorities took Harold “Heshy” Tischler into custody on Sunday evening in connection with an assault on Orthodox Jewish journalist Jacob Kornbluh.

Tischler, also a candidate for Brooklyn’s City Council, is the host of “Just Enough Heshy” radio show.

Kornbluh was assaulted last week while covering protests in the Brooklyn area.

According to Newsweek, he told authorities that he was “brutally assaulted” during the protests, “hit in the head,” and “kicked at by an angry crowd of hundreds of community members” — all reportedly on Tischler’s ordering.

The crowd, Kornbluh recalled, yelled “Nazi” and “Hitler” at him as Tischler demanded they chase him away from the protests.

According to the Daily Beast, Kornbluh — a Jewish Insider reporter — became the “subject of ire following his reporting of social-distancing violations in neighborhoods where many ultra-Orthodox Jews live.”

“Kornbluh was covering an anti-lockdown protest last week when he said Tischler, one of the most visible critics of lockdown and mask measures in Brooklyn, spotted him and urged supporters to pursue him,” the outlet reported. “Kornblush said he was subsequently hit and kicked by the crowd.”

Last week, Newsweek reported:

On Wednesday, Tischler tweeted a video about the “evil snitch” Kornbluh, referring to him as a “rat” for calling the authorities on him and claiming he “hates the Jewish community.”

During Thursday’s protest, Tischler can be seen yelling at Kornbluh “you’re a moser, everyone scream moser” as a large crowd of people—many of whom are not wearing masks—swarm around him.

Moser is a legal term which refers to a Jewish person who informs on Jews to the secular authorities. Some Jewish legal figures believe mosers should be subjected to the death penalty.

Following the incident, Kornbluh issued a statement thanking the public for their support.

“I want to thank the people who got in harm’s way — and might have gotten injured— to protect me,” Kornbluh said. “I am filing charges against Heshy Tischler for incitement and physical assault and will seek charges against any individual who hit me.”

Kornbluh did, indeed, file charges, prompting Tischler’s Sunday night arrest.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the NYPD told Newsweek, “The New York City Police Department Warrant Squad has taken Harold ‘Heshy’ Tischler into custody. He will be charged with inciting to riot and unlawful imprisonment in connection with an assault of a journalist that took place on October 7, 2020, in Brooklyn.”

You can see some of the videos from the incident involving Kornbluh below.

What happened then?

According to the outlet, protesters swarmed Kornbluh’s home on Sunday night and Monday morning following Tischler’s arrest.

While outside Kornbluh’s home, protesters chanted “No Heshy, no peace!”

The Daily Beast on Monday
reported that protesters outside of Kornbluh’s home on Sunday night also chanted “Shame on you” under the careful watch of police.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the NYPD said, “No arrests [were] effected or summonses [were] issued.”

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Israel’s Second Lockdown Has Been Costly Economically

This is the most unsurprising news of the week. Reports as now showing that Israel’s second lockdown has been “economically costly.” The country locked down again over a sure of infections and it has ruined what was left of people’s livelihoods.

“The economy is breaking down, people’s hope is breaking down,” said restaurateur Tamir Barelko, speaking in the Tel Aviv restaurant he runs, now empty of customers. “If the government does not give us the opportunity to live and to provide for our families, we’ll do it ourselves.” Unfortunately, it may come to that.

According to U.S. News, a lot of people aren’t just takin this lying down either. Thousands of people have taken to the streets across Israel for almost daily protests that have built up since July, demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu resign over his handling of the crisis and over corruption charges he faces in court, which he denies.

Schools and most offices, shops, and restaurants are closed unless they provide “vital services” such as supermarkets, pharmacies and banks, and people must stay within a kilometer from their home – harsher restrictions than in many other countries fighting a second wave.

Netanyahu had wide public backing when he imposed the first lockdown, lasting from mid-March until late May, which flattened the first wave of COVID-19.

But as infections soared after schools and businesses reopened, the cabinet bowed to pressure from some coalition partners and watered down limited lockdowns on infection epicenters to the extent that the curbs became ineffective. –U.S. News

News reports are claiming the U.S. has the highest number of coronavirus cases now, since August. Not only that, Dr. Anthony Fauci says he’s “not comfortable” with the current amount of coronavirus cases in the U.S. The U.S. is reporting roughly 40,000 new coronavirus cases a day, which may get even worse as temperatures get cooler and people head indoors, Fauci said during an interview with MSNBC‘s Andrea Mitchell. “I’m not comfortable with that. I would like to see that level, way, way down, well below 10,000.”

Does anyone want to go ahead and do the math on how many 40,000 is out of 325 million the population of the U.S.? It’s inconsequential unless you’re a tyrant looking to impose your will on others and finish off the middle class. Fauci has already suggested the U.S. “hunker down” this winter. Make no mistake, if they can, and they would like to, they WILL impose a second lockdown here.

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