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George Floyd. 3 Minutes of resisting arrest. The video Fake News didn’t want you to see?

 

Video footage the MSM fake news conveniently kept out of their “breaking news story” has surfaced  of George Floyd resisting arrest for around three minutes .

Would this have stopped the riots? No. Fake news had made their minds up.  They were going do their part at destroying the country.  They were sticking to the plan.

*”One of the most obvious ways to tell I’f a event could be faked is paying attention to the news release. It’s  a dead giveaway when you see all the networks releasing the same exact story, at the same time.”

This video just adds to the long list  of events that fake news got caught at “faking news”.

There you have it.  Floyd did indeed resist arrest.  The entire fake news complex lied to you, again.  They specifically said Floyd didn’t resist arrest.

This is just another example why I quit believing everything the news media puts out..  Some might think that’s a little extreme.  No. It’s  the only logical, smart solution.  The days of me saying “they lie sometimes but usually they are pretty honest”  were gone long ago.  If you say you can tell the difference simply by using your best judgement, all you are really doing is selecting what you feel comfortable with. That does not make it true.

People saw the video.  They saw Floyd die.. Somebody mentioned in the comment section in a prior post of mine.  Something along the lines that “it’s  going to take more than different time stamps to change my mind”.

Five simple points, out of many.

  1. MSM lies all the time
  2. “Floyd is dead because the video shows it.”  Yes, the video looks like someone got killed or died of something. .. I get it, you’re convinced.  Now go turn on your TV or watch your favorite movie on the internet.   Why do you watch what you are watching?  It’s because the character’s seem real.  A block buster movie only becomes a hit if the movie is good.  This requires the actors  being skilled enough to convince you the roles the play are real..  Seeing is no longer believing.   If you believe Floyd is dead because it was captured on video, then you have to believe everything in all movies/videos  are true.
  3. If we wanted to use a video deposition in court, most states require the date/time to be burned into the video at the time of recording.  If the date is off/time is off, they cannot be used in court.  All the videos  times were different..  Floyd videos should not be legit evidence in court.  *Time/ date can be faked in any video.  Even when time of recording is hurned into video.
  4. To convict, there cannot be a reasonable doubt.   Time/date or  anything  else that’s  seemd wrong with this event causes reasonable doubt.  Innocent until proven guilty.
  5. Reliability of source of video.

I use the MSM as leads.  Then I investigate the story myself. But to each their own.

Fake ot not , some have come out ahead because of Floyd’s death.

  • Floyd family got millions in donations. Fame and fortune.
  • Black LIves Matter seemed to grow in numbers.  They assaulted and killed police officers which continues at this very moment.  They ignore   black on black deaths., or any other death in the black community..  They’ve actually got people giving in to their demands..  Some are actually kneeling for them, because BLM expects it.  .  Yes, they have been successful proving racism and bigotry exist in America.  BlM being perhaps the most openly racist group to ever exist in America..
  • Let’s not forget the 35 million and more BLM has received  in donations..  Unfortunate for them,  the people handling their money, the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) has only spent  $200,000 of the money on bail money for protesters.  They haven’t  said where the rest of the money went.  MFF deleted the board members(which are almost all white) page on their site and they quit accepting donations.  They already admitted on Twitter that ” the donations are turned over to ACTBLUE.  ACTBLUE then give it to the democrats”.  That’s  because ACTBLUE is part of the Democrat party. Looks like the democrats hustled BLM.  Watch, BLM will still support democrats. Ok
  • Democrats have shown how much they love their voter base by allowing out of town rioters to destroy their cities, their  businesses, get assaulted, killed and have their whole lives destoyed.
  • Biden says Floyd is more important than MLK.
  • Science makes discovery that protesting will keep you safe from getting covid19 but attending church, working, etc, increases your chance to get the virus.
  • The first time in history that a transperson parent got to fight alongside their transchildren and transhgrandkids with their trans dog and trans bird. Take over American soil.  They did this through violence and   declared their own country.  Perhaps the #1 country of starving people because the homeless stole all the food the firds day.
  • The first time a unknown rapper declares himself the police after removing the police because they didn’t want police there.  He also declares himself to be leader of country by beating and who knows what.  Proving the people with guns win. Tupac  and biggie would be proud.
  • Floyd  so influential and important that he gets minute by minute coverage the day he is buried.  He gets second by second camera coverage from helicopter  of his car as it travels to his resting grounds. The man is treated like a Saint, even though he was a hardened thug who died while being arrested for committing a crime that is a violation of federal law , which can carry a sentence  of 20 years.
  • Police are getting replaced and now, just as I predicted, democrats are going after their weapons.
  • Muslims love the replacing the police with something like community police.  Perfect because to Muslims, community police is religion police or the morality police.  That gives them a chance to bring in Sharia  law.

Minneapolis is home to the largest population of Somali in the USA.  That means Muslim. You can be sure a Muslim controlled replacement for the police is ready to fill the spot.

I find it unusual that CUP FOODS is also the address of a Mosque.  Yes, they have a Mosque in the basement.  An “underground Mosque”. Now you know it’s  true.  They exist.

I mentioned earlier  about the video source being reliable. There is some evidence that the owner(from Palestine)of Cup Foods might have had some animosity toward the police.

That area of town is a hotspot for crime.  Cup Foods being a hotspot for drug trafficking.

The owners  son is a convicted felon who has been to prison. The business has been in trouble with the law in the past.  Both the owner and son have criminal records.

This document will explain the situation better than I.

 

CUP Foods, Inc., a Minnesota Corporation, and its President Samir Hamaden Abumayyaleh, Relators, vs. City of Minneapolis, Respondent. C2-01-399, Court of Appeals Published, September 11, 2001.

STATE OF MINNESOTA

IN COURT OF APPEALS

C2-01-399

CUP Foods, Inc., a Minnesota Corporation, and its President Samir Hamaden Abumayyaleh,

Relators,

vs.

City of Minneapolis,

Respondent.

Filed September 11, 2001

Affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded

G. Barry Anderson, Judge

City of Minneapolis

Docket No. 9-2110-12612-3

Ronald I. Meshbesher, Jonathan M. Peck, Meshbesher & Spence, Ltd., 1616 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, MN  55404 (for relators)

Jay M. Heffern, Minneapolis City Attorney, Scott Reeves, Assistant Minneapolis City Attorney, 300 Metropolitan Centre, 333 South Seventh Street, Minneapolis, MN  55402 (for respondent)

Considered and decided by G. Barry Anderson, Presiding Judge, R.A. Randall, Judge, and Robert H. Schumacher, Judge.

S Y L L A B U S

If an agency adopts the findings and conclusions of an administrative law judge, but rejects or significantly deviates from the recommendations of that judge and does not make findings explaining the deviation, the decision is arbitrary and capricious, and the case should be remanded for the agency to make findings explaining its decision to deviate.

O P I N I O N

G. BARRY ANDERSON, Judge

Respondent city stayed revocation of relator’s business licenses subject to store closure for six months and compliance thereafter with several conditions.  Relator argues that respondent’s decision is not supported by substantial evidence and that the sanction was arbitrary and capricious.  Relator also argues that the administrative law judge (ALJ) abused her discretion by denying his motion to strike testimony concerning controlled drug buys.  We conclude that there is substantial evidence to support respondent city’s finding of good cause for adverse license action against relator.  In addition, because relator did not make a timely motion to strike, we conclude that the ALJ acted within her discretion by denying the motion.  But because respondent deviated from the ALJ’s recommendations when imposing its sanction, without making findings explaining the reasons for doing so, we reverse and remand.

FACTS

In 1989, relator Samir Abumayyaleh opened a convenience store at the northeast corner of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue South in Minneapolis.  The store sold groceries and the usual convenience items.  Eventually, relator added numerous goods and services to the store, including a delicatessen, cellular phone and pager sales, tobacco products, and off-sale 3.2 beer.

Respondent City of Minneapolis issued CUP Foods (Chicago Unbeatable Prices) four licenses: (1) grocery store; (2) food manufacturer; (3) tobacco dealer; and (4) off-sale 3.2 beer vendor.  Respondent first issued the licenses in 1989 and each is subject to annual renewal.  Relator’s family, including his father and two younger brothers, work at the store, but relator also employs other workers.  Relator’s younger brother Nabil, known as “Billy,” one of the store employees, has a prior felony conviction for auto theft.

CUP Foods is located in a high-crime area of Minneapolis and, not surprisingly, experienced problems with loitering and drug activity in and around the store.  In 1991, relator complained to respondent about the loitering problem, and at a city crime specialist’s recommendation, relator placed two yellow “no trespassing” signs outside his store.  Respondent conditioned relator’s licenses on reduced hours of operation.  On several occasions, however, the store remained open after the designated closing time.

In 1993, after receiving additional complaints about loitering and drug activity near CUP Foods, respondent scheduled a committee meeting to consider adverse license action.  As a result of the meeting, relator agreed to remove public pay phones, hire off-duty police officers for security, reduce hours of operation, hire older employees for evening shifts, report drug activity to police, and remove signs blocking store windows.  Relator understood that failure to comply with the agreed-on conditions could result in revocation, suspension, or non-renewal of his licenses.  Relator complied with the conditions, including the employment of off-duty police officers as security guards.  But approximately one-year later, relator discontinued their employment because of the cost and because “things got a lot better at the intersection.”

As time went on, however, the crime problem at 38th and Chicago became worse.  In 1996, neighborhood residents formed a task force to improve safety and reduce drug-dealing activity in the neighborhood.  In 1998, the number of complaints concerning CUP Foods prompted police community crime specialists to open a file on the store.  Crime-prevention specialists visited CUP Foods and relator signed a Minneapolis “no trespassing” affidavit and received two new “no trespassing” signs.  The specialists advised relator to call 911 to report trouble, and he and his employees did so.

On July 13, 1998, a shooting took place near CUP Foods.  Shortly thereafter, relator attended a task-force meeting and asked for a greater police presence at the intersection.  A few months later, two more shootings took place near CUP Foods.

Beginning in October 1998, police conducted surveillance of CUP Foods.  Police observed loitering and hand-to-hand exchanges outside the store and in the store entryway.  Using confidential informants, police made several “controlled buys” of either crack cocaine or apparent crack cocaine inside CUP Foods.

Based on the results of the controlled buys, police obtained a search warrant for CUP Foods and executed that warrant on November 18, 1998.  Police recovered: stolen cell phones; a bullet-proof vest; live ammunition; a stolen bicycle; ephedrine, an ingredient in methamphetamine; glass tubing; baggies of what appeared to be crack cocaine (but later proved to lack cocaine base); postal scales; and three firearms.  Police also observed bullet holes in a door.  The state charged Nabil Abumayyaleh with unlawful possession of a firearm, but later dismissed that charge.  Police did not link any of the stolen items to relator, and did not charge him with any crime.

Police continued to make controlled buys in CUP Foods during 1999.  On one occasion, the participants completed a transaction in plain view of Nabil Abumayyaleh as he worked as a cashier.  On November 9, 1999, a Minneapolis police officer recovered crack cocaine from a CUP Foods shelf during the course of answering a call reporting an armed man in the area.

In November 1999, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office commenced a nuisance-abatement proceeding against CUP Foods.  That proceeding was stayed pending the city’s resolution of appellant’s licensing issues because, on November 19, 1999, respondent filed a notice of hearing concerning all CUP Foods licenses.  Respondent filed amended notices on February 25, 2000, and again on March 27, 2000.

An ALJ conducted evidentiary hearings on March 28, 30, and 31, and on May 5 and 15, 2000.  Respondent presented testimony from police and neighbors, and argued for revocation of relator’s licenses.  Relator presented favorable testimony from neighbors and customers, testified to his own compliance with recommendations, and explained that he, too, sought to end the criminal activity near the intersection.

The ALJ concluded that respondent had shown good cause for taking adverse action against CUP Foods, but recommended that the city council consider placing conditions on CUP Foods licenses, rather than revoking the licenses outright.  On December 29, 2000, the Minneapolis City Council adopted the ALJ’s report but, rather than placing conditions on relator’s business licenses, it revoked all the licenses, stayed on the conditions that CUP Foods (1) close for six months and (2) take additional specified crime-prevention measures upon re-opening.  The council, however, waived 90 days of the closure period, upon relator’s payment of a $10,000 administrative fine.  The mayor approved the decision on January 4, 2001.  Relator now proceeds by writ of certiorari.

ISSUES

I.                    Was respondent city’s decision to stay revocation of relator’s business licenses, subject to conditions, a denial of due process, arbitrary and capricious, or unsupported by substantial evidence?

II.                 Did the ALJ violate relator’s right to due process of law by denying relator the opportunity to cross-examine confidential informants who made controlled buys at CUP Foods?

ANALYSIS

I.

            Appellant first argues that respondent city’s decision to revoke his business licenses is arbitrary and capricious, is unreasonable, is irrational, and not supported by substantial evidence, and that it violates his due-process rights because neither relator nor his employees had direct knowledge that drug activity took place inside CUP Foods.

Generally, decisions of administrative agencies, including cities, enjoy a presumption of correctness and will be reversed only when they reflect an error of law or where the findings are arbitrary, capricious, or unsupported by substantial evidence.  Cable Communications Bd. v. Nor-West Cable Communications P’ship,356 N.W.2d 658, 668 (Minn. 1984); see alsoMinn. Stat. § 14.69 (2000) (setting forth the scope of judicial review).

 Where the evidence is conflicting or more than one inference may be drawn from the evidence, findings must be upheld.  City of Minneapolis v. Richardson,307 Minn. 80, 88, 239 N.W.2d 197, 202 (1976).  If the agency engaged in reasoned decision-making, a reviewing court will affirm its decision even though the court may have reached another conclusion. State by Khalifa v. Hennepin County,420 N.W.2d 634, 639 (Minn. App. 1988), review denied (Minn. May 4, 1988). 

A.         Due Process

            Relator argues that respondent’s decision denies him “due process of law.”  To determine what process is due, this court first determines whether a property interest is implicated.  Humenansky v. Minnesota Bd. of Med. Exam’rs,525 N.W.2d 559, 566 (Minn. App. 1994), review denied(Minn. Feb. 14, 1995).  Relator correctly points out that he has a property interest in his business licenses.  See Bird v. Dep’t of Pub. Safety,375 N.W.2d 36, 42 (Minn. App. 1985) (finding property interest in automobile dealer’s license).  Our second inquiry requires weighing the particular interests involved. Humenansky,525 N.W.2d at 566. 

Sufficient due process generally requires reasonable notice and a hearing.  In re License of W. Side Pawn,587 N.W.2d 521, 522 (Minn. App. 1998), review denied (Minn. Mar. 30, 1999).  Although relator argues that he was denied due process, he does not allege that he was denied either reasonable notice or an opportunity to be heard.  The record shows relator received initial notice of the hearings approximately four months before the license proceedings, a five-day trial-type hearing, representation by counsel, an impartial decision-maker, and a decision based solely on the record.  This is sufficient to satisfy the due-process requirement.  See Humenansky,525 N.W.2d at 565 (describing the process due when property interests are implicated).

B.         Substantial Evidence

Relator argues that respondent violated his due-process rights because revocation

extinguishes [relator’s] property interest and deprives [relator] from making a living without a factual finding that either [relator] or any of his employees permitted, encouraged, or had any direct knowledge of the alleged controlled buys.

In essence, relator alleges that respondent lacked substantial evidence of “good cause” to take adverse license action against relator’s business.

 Substantial evidence, for the purpose of appellate review of an administrative agency’s decision, is: (1) such relevant evidence as a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion; (2) more than a scintilla of evidence; (3) more than some evidence; (4) more than any evidence; and (5) evidence considered in its entirety.  In re Friedenson,574 N.W.2d 463, 467 (Minn. App. 1998) (citation omitted), review denied (Minn. Apr. 30, 1998).  We defer to the agency’s fact-finding process and it is the challenger’s burden to establish that the findings are not supported by the evidence.  In re Lakedale Tel. Co.,561 N.W.2d 550, 554 (Minn. App. 1997).  Unless manifestly unjust, inferences must be accepted even though it may appear that contrary inferences would be better supported by the record.  Id.  Thus, relator must show that the evidence, considered in its entirety, and drawing inferences in favor of the decision, is not substantial, and, therefore, does not adequately support respondent’s finding that good cause existed to take adverse action against his business licenses.

The Minneapolis Code of Ordinances provides that “[a]ny license granted under this chapter may be revoked by the mayor or the city council as in the city charter provided.”   Minneapolis, Minn., Code of Ordinances § 188.350 (1999).  The city charter provides:

Section 16.  Licenses May Be Revoked.  Any license issued by the authority of the City Council may be revoked by the City Council at any time upon proper notice and hearing for good cause * * * .

Minneapolis, Minn., City Charter ch. 4, § 16.

The ALJ’s memorandum explained that relator’s employment of his brother Nabil Abumayyaleh, a convicted felon, and the handguns found during the search of CUP Foods, did not warrant taking adverse license action against relator because relator legally employed his brother and legally possessed the handguns for protection.  Similarly, the ALJ found that, because respondent failed to link any of the stolen items recovered during execution of the 1998 search warrant to relator, that evidence alone did not support adverse license action.  Further, the ALJ found that the three shootings near CUP Foods had no connection to the store and were simply a “by-product of the gang violence that is prevalent in this south Minneapolis neighborhood.”

But respondent, through the testimony of police officers and neighbors, presented evidence of: (1) chronic loitering at CUP Foods; (2) numerous hand-to-hand exchanges, an indication of drug dealing, taking place in and outside the store; and (3) controlled drug buys inside the store.  Respondent also presented evidence that despite the earlier license conditions, the store’s windows remain obstructed by advertising, signs, and shelving, and that the lack of visibility inside the store hampers law-enforcement efforts.

For these reasons, the city council adopted the ALJ’s conclusion that

[respondent] has demonstrated by a preponderance of the evidence that drug dealing and loitering have occurred on a frequent basis on and near CUP Foods’ premises.  * * * [Relator’s] failure or inability to prevent or meaningfully control the sale of drugs occurring inside his store constitutes good cause for taking adverse action against CUP Foods’ licenses. While [relator] testified that he routinely asks loiterers to leave, substantial credible testimony from neighborhood residents and police officers established that there is an ongoing pattern of loitering and drug dealing both inside the store and outside the store’s front entrance.  And, despite some measures taken by [relator] to increase visibility in his store, the record established that the majority of the store’s windows remain obstructed by shelving, advertisements, and other signage.  The inability to see into the store’s windows encourages loitering and criminal activity in general at CUP Foods.

Although there is no direct evidence that relator or his employees observed drug transactions, there is ample evidence, including the evidence of the controlled buys, that such transactions took place in and around CUP Foods and that relator knew that crime in and near the store was an ongoing problem.  Although relator made efforts to improve security and reduce crime, he failed to decrease the height of store shelves or remove window advertisements, and, until very recently, relator had abandoned the use of security guards.

Drawing inferences in favor of respondent city’s decision, as we must, and viewing the record as a whole, we conclude that the evidence, though hardly overwhelming, is reasonable, “more than a scintilla,” “more than some,” and “more than any” evidence.  The evidence, therefore, is substantial and supports the conclusion that respondent had “good cause” to take adverse license action against relator.[1] 

C.        Arbitrary and capricious

Relator also argues that the adverse license action is arbitrary and capricious.  Reviewing courts may reverse an agency’s decision if the decision is arbitrary or capricious.  Minn. Stat. § 14.69(f) (2000).  An agency decision is arbitrary and capricious if it is an exercise of the agency’s will, rather than its judgment, or if the decision is based on whim or is devoid of articulated reasons. Friedenson,574 N.W.2d at 467;Mammenga v. State Dept. of Human Servs.,442 N.W.2d 786, 789 (Minn. 1989).  “Where there is room for two opinions on the matter, [an agency’s choice of one course of] action is not arbitrary and capricious * * * .”  Friedenson,574 N.W.2d at 467 (citing Brown v. Wells,288 Minn. 468, 472, 181 N.W.2d 708, 711 (1970)).     

The problems at CUP Foods illustrate the collision between two important principles of United States jurisprudence: the reasonable public safety expectations of citizens and the preservation of private property rights, which, in this case, take the form of business licenses.

A city council may affirm, reject, or modify an ALJ’s findings or conclusions.  See Hymanson v. City of St. Paul,329 N.W.2d 324, 326-27 (Minn. 1983) (a city council may make new findings or decide contrary to the hearing examiner’s recommendations).   Despite this authority, when an agency significantly deviates from a reviewing authority’s conclusions, it must explain the deviation.  Beaty v. Minnesota Bd. of Teaching,354 N.W.2d 466, 472 (Minn. App. 1984).  Failure to do so “evidences the agency’s desire to exercise its will and not its judgment.”  Id.see also Burnett v. Stearns County Welfare Bd.,370 N.W.2d 452, 455 (Minn. App. 1985) (holding county welfare board acted arbitrarily and capriciously by rejecting without comment merit system council recommendation to grant relator a merit increase).  But see Friedenson,574 N.W.2d at 467-68 (holding revocation of relator’s medical license not arbitrary and capricious, even though board failed to explain its reasons for deviating from ALJ’s findings of fact and conclusions of law, because reviewing court was satisfied penalty was the product of “careful and prudent judgment”).  

Respondent adopted the ALJ’s findings, as well as the conclusions supported by those findings.  But respondent did not adopt the ALJ’s recommendations to place conditions on relator’s business licenses, and instead stayed revocation on the conditions that CUP Foods close for six months and, upon re-opening, comply with numerous crime-prevention measures.  Respondent significantly deviated from the ALJ’s recommendations without explaining why the ALJ’s recommendations were rejected or making additional findings to support this disposition.  At a minimum, a business owner with property rights in the form of government licenses is entitled to know the reasons for adverse action by the city council.  We therefore hold that the absence of such findings renders the respondent city’s decision arbitrary and capricious, and we reverse and remand for additional proceedings and to permit respondent to make appropriate findings explaining its decision.

We caution respondent, however, that any additional findings or conclusions it may adopt on remand, to explain its reasons for significantly deviating from the ALJ’s recommendations, must be limited to the issues raised in the earlier proceedings.  See Interstate Power Co. v. Nobles County Bd. of Comm’rs, 617 N.W.2d 566, 580 (Minn. 2000); Earthburners, Inc. v. County of Carlton, 513 N.W.2d 460, 463 (Minn. 1994) (reviewing board “must confine its inquiry to those issues raised in [the] earlier proceedings”); White Bear Rod & Gun Club v. City of Hugo, 388 N.W.2d 739, 742 (Minn. 1986) (city council not required to make formal findings but, at a minimum, must “‘have the reasons for its decision recorded or reduced to writing and in more than just a conclusory fashion’” (quotation omitted)). 

II.

            Relator also argues that the ALJ abused her discretion by denying relator’s motion to strike testimony concerning the confidential informants who completed “controlled buys” inside CUP Foods, contending that by failing to strike that testimony the ALJ denied him his right to confront the informants.  Evidentiary rulings in administrative proceedings are subject to an abuse-of-discretion standard.  See Lee v. Lee,459 N.W.2d 365, 369 (Minn. App. 1990) (applying abuse-of-discretion standard to appeal of evidentiary ruling on hearsay evidence made during an administrative child-support hearing conducted under Minnesota Administrative Procedure Act rules), review denied(Minn. Oct. 18, 1990).

During the license hearings, respondent’s counsel questioned Sherry Appledorn, the police officer who arranged the controlled buys, about her conversations with the confidential informants.  Relator’s counsel objected on hearsay grounds.  The ALJ sustained the objection, but permitted the officer to testify concerning matters within her own knowledge.  At the close of the hearings, relator moved to strike all testimony concerning the controlled buys on the basis that he was denied the right to confront the informants.  The ALJ ruled that the request was untimely.  Respondent argues that this court need not reach the issue of confrontation because relator’s motion to strike was untimely.  We agree.

The rule that an objection to the admission of evidence must be made at the time the evidence is offered is well established.  Eilola v. Oliver Iron Mining Co.,201 Minn. 77, 79, 275 N.W. 408, 409 (1937); see also Minn. R. Evid. 103(a)(1) (providing that there is no error unless an evidentiary ruling affects a substantial right of a party and a timely objection or motion to strike is made).  Although relator objected to out-of-court statements made by the informants as hearsay, relator did not (1) bring any motion to compel respondent to disclose the informants’ identities, even though the initial notice of hearing indicated that the controlled buys would be part of respondent’s evidence, or (2) object to the admission of Appledorn’s testimony concerning her knowledge of the controlled buys until the close of the hearing in May 2000, more than one month after she testified.  We therefore conclude that the ALJ acted within her discretion by denying relator’s motion to strike, and we decline to further address relator’s confrontation claims.

D E C I S I O N

Respondent’s conclusion that there is good cause to take adverse license action against relator is supported by substantial evidence.  Respondent’s decision to deviate from the sanctions recommended by the ALJ, however, is arbitrary and capricious because the deviations are significant and respondent did not make findings explaining its decision to deviate.  Finally, the ALJ did not abuse her discretion by denying relator’s motion to strike testimony concerning controlled drug buys because the motion was untimely.

Affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded.

[1]Relator devotes more than three pages of his brief to a discussion of Saxon Coffee Shop, Inc. v. Boston Lic. Bd.,407 N.E.2d 311 (Mass. 1980).  In Saxon,a license-revocation action, criminal activity inside a store and the non-cooperation of the store’s management did not meet the substantial-evidence test.  Id at 319.  We reject Saxon’sreasoning because City of Mankato v. Mahony,542 N.W.2d 689 (Minn. App. 1996), suggests that a city may take adverse-license action in response to criminal activity if the licensee does not cooperate to prevent future violations.  Id. at 692 (reversing revocation of landlord’s license where landlord acted responsibly to prevent further violations of city noise codes). 

Source

Perhaps Floyd and the business was doing a drug deal.  When Floyd was on the ground, leaning against Dragon Wok, an officer leaned over and picked something up off the ground and put it in his pocket.  Maybe it was just a dime or something.

False Flag or not, the whole situation has the Democrats name written all over it.  It’s  only going to get worse until election  day.

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Declassification of House Intelligence Russia investigation documents

Declassification of documents.

Now we can see for ourselves how the Democrats lied to the public in matters related to the investigation into Trump/Russia collusion .  When reading the documents keep in mind the following:

“In 2017 and 2018, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) undertook an investigation into Russia’s interference campaign targeting the 2016 U.S. election. The Committee’s investigation came on the heels of an Intelligence Community assessment, which found:”

“Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election. Russia’s goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency. We further assess Putin and the Russian Government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump.”

Here are some quotes from Adam Schiff.  Truth or false accusations?

“Whil” Special Counsel Mueller found insufficient evidence to prove the crime of criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt, he refused to draw any conclusion on the issue of collusion — contrary to false representations made by Attorney General Bill Barr and others. There is ample evidence of the corrupt interactions between the Trump campaign and Russia, both direct and circumstantial, in the record:”


 “Trump and his son drafted a false statement for the press together in order to cover up the true purpose of the meeting. .”“Multiple witnesses sought to hide and cover up illicit activity related to Russia during the presidential campaign.”“And the transcripts also show that during the transition period in late 2016, the incoming National Security Advisor.”


“Despite taking part in this investigation and hearing these facts first-hand, the transcripts reveal how House Republicans used witness interviews not to gain the facts, but to press President Trump’s false narrative of ‘no collusion, no obstruction.’


“the White House held up their release to the public by refusing to allow the Intelligence Community to make redactions on the basis of classified information, rather than White House political interests.”

Source and additional information  click https://intelligence.house.gov/russiainvestigation/

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B.A.T.F. Approves Drive-Through Gun Sales

Had I not checked this out myself, I would have thought this to be an April Fools joke. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has authorized all FFL licensees to sell firearms through drive-up windows of their stores.

Or in outdoor kiosks.

Or in parking lots.

Life is good!

The ATF’s April 10 letter to FFL licensees issued the new guidlines  in response to the coronavirus disease (WU HAN  virus 武漢病毒).

“In light of the March 13, 2020, declaration of a national emergency concerning the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and the Department of  Homeland Security’s subsequent classification of firearms businesses as essential, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has received questions from industry members  regarding the legality of firearm sales and deliveries exterior to the brick-and-mortar structure at which the firearms business is licensed. Specifically, Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) have requested guidance regarding whether they may verify customer identity and permit the completion of paperwork, including for purposes of the National Instant Criminal Background  Check System; accept payment; and deliver firearms or ammunition to customers (collectively, “the requested activities”) in the following settings:

(1) a drive-up or walk-up window or doorway on the FFL’s property;

(2) a temporary table or booth located in a parking lot on the FFL’s property; and

(3) a nearby space that is not located on the FFL’s property.As is further detailed below, pursuant to the Gun Control Act (GCA) and its ATF Federal Firearms Licensees. ”

According to USA Today . . .

“The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives, in new guidance to federally licensed firearm retailers, said Friday that dealers can provide drive-up or walk-up service to reduce health risks posed by the coronavirus.

The guidance was issued, the ATF said, in response industry questions about how business transactions could be restricted following the declaration of a national health emergency.

The move was made at the request of the National Shooting Sports Foundation in an effort to expedite background checks and make the firearms sales process as safe for both gun retailers and customers as possible given COVID-19 武漢病毒  social distancing guidelines.”

As might be expected, the usual whiny libtard  snowflakes are having a meltdown.

This is too much. The Trump administration and continues to outdo itself in taking every possible step to pander to the gun lobby during a national crisis and global pandemic. #StopTheCoronavirusGunSurge #COVID19 https://t.co/wJ15a21V22

Kris Brown (@KrisB_Brown) April 11, 2020– First, the Trump administration declared gun stores “essential.” Now, the ATF is promoting them to operate “drive-through” windows. Let’s be clear, gun stores are NOT McDonalds. You shouldn’t be able to buy an AR-15 like you do a burger and fries.

https://t.co/eQvFYOQRuR Brady | United Against Gun Violence (@bradybuzz) April 11, 202–The ATF is recommending gun stores operate using drive through windows. Support local restaurants, go to their drive throughs instead.

The full ATF Open Letter to Federal  Firearms Licensees can be read at this link:

https://www.atf.gov/firearms/docs/open-letter/atf-business-premises-g uidance-letter-4-10-2020/download

~ Grif

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Evidence proves Russian collusion undeniably true. This is a “must read” before you vote.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Russian collusion does exist.  The question is “Would you be part of a political party that supported a US President that colluded with Russia?”

We are not at war with Russia, so Russia is not our enemy.  The democrats and Fake News MSM have made it clear that it really doesn’t matter if we are at war. They have made it perfectly clear that no US President should have any involovement with Russia.   We are expected to believe  the president  is guilty simply because they said so.  No evidence. Just their opinion, hunches and opinions.

Some example stories that accused a US President of Russian collusion  include,

  1. Second Intel Dem Confirms Trump-Russia Evidence ‘”More Than Circumstantial.”
  2. Schiff recites long list of Trump’s Russia contacts after Republicans call for his resignation “I think it’s immoral, I think it’s unethical, I think it’s unpatriotic, and yes, I think it’s corrupt and evidence of collusion.”

  3. –llary Clinton says ‘Americans’ guided Russia’s attack on her campaign, suggesting Trump’s campaign colluded’ with Russia.

I would like to add  my proof of  Russian collusion.  Unlike what the democrats and the Fake News MSM has provided for us, my addition is factual proof of Russian collusion.

The following comes from a US Presidential document.

Circled at the top, It mentions “technical cooporation with Russia“.  Underlined it is repeated with the addition of  “including lab to lab contacts and collaboration on verification technologies“. Next, we see “the United States provided the Russian Federation with diplomatic non-paper entitled U.S. Russian Scientific and Technical Cooperation.”

We see the words “utilization“, “techinques“, “technologies” and “classified discussions are  warranted.”

 

Using the standards that the democrats and Fake News MSM go by, this is being far too friendly with Russia.  This is more than simple collusion.  This is the president talking about  sharing information  and working with the Russians.  What  and how much is being shared with Russia?

The following screenshots come from the same document.

It is clear that a lot of planning was put into this. It is clear that there are more people involved than the president.  This is an organized effort to give Russia American secrets.

The democrats and Fake News MSM would love to have this information to bring charges up on the president.  With this information, the republicans would have no choice to go along with it.  There’s just too much deny. So much that I would have to agree with them. There was Russian collusion.  They even mention they would keep it from the public  at one point in time.  After they got it all together, they would then let the public in on it.

I don’t need to see anymore.  If that isn’t Russian collusion, I couldn’t tell you what is.  Now all we need to do is pin it on the president.  Lucky for us, that won’t be that difficult.  It’s signed at the bottom.

Wait a minute,  that say’s William J Clinton.  That’s President Clintons signature. That’s right.  Sorry to disappoint the Trump haters.  This is all Bill Clinton complete with signatures from his advisors.

The next time the democrats or the Fake News MSM cry Russian collusion, just bring this up.  I’ve even provided the full PDF file

 

The next time you vote just remember that the democrats are the party of Russian  collusion

Respectfully

Deplorable Patriot

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Clinton and Obama connection to Dr. Birx., one of the “experts” the media and democrats insisted Trump listen to.

Finally!  it comes out in Tuesday’s White House press conference.

Dr. Deborah Birx,

 So, I think in this country we’ve taken a very liberal approach to mortality. And I think the reporting here has been pretty straightforward over the last five to six weeks. Prior to that when there wasn’t testing in January and February that’s a very different situation and unknown.

There are other countries that if you had a preexisting condition and let’s say the virus caused you to go to the ICU and then have a heart or kidney problem some countries are recording as a heart issue or a kidney issue and not a COVID-19 death. Right now we are still recording it and we will I mean the great thing about having forms that come in and a form that has the ability to market as COVID-19 infection the intent is right now that those if someone dies with COVID-19 we are counting that as a COVID-19 death.

This shouldn’t be breaking news to us.  I revealed this was going countless times on Twitter .   Here at FOTM, many of us discussed this as being a possibility. I recall three submissions of my own where I said this was going on.

March 11, Fake news telling lies about covid 19 again.

March 30, How Fake News MSM and the democrats lied to you about covid-19 testing

April 7, Fake News MSM caught lying about coronavirus infection numbers and Pelosi, Schiff, Schumer, AOC, Omar, Tlaib and over 100 politicians received dontions from virus test kit suppliers.

Video is Dr Birx at press conference

If video doesn’t load click here.

But even when she is telling the truth she is lying.  The truth is that Italy is going back and reclassifying their “covid-19 victims” properly, removing the generalization of anybody tested positive for covid-19 gets a covid-19 death certification.

Could it be an issue  that Birx’s husband is Paige Reffe, former Clinton advance man?  Reffe was the Deputy Assistant & Director of Advance for Bill Clinton.  He was responsible for the execution of Bill and Hill’s trips.

He decided who came to the events, who speaks, how you communicate the message,  who sits where on the motorcade,  and more.  A job  that required a great deal of trust from the Clintons.  Certainly part of the Clintons circle of trust.

To survive around the Clintons I would imagine that both husband and wife wound need to be on the same page.  Much different that Kellyanne Conway and her husbands relationship.

Reffe currently serves on the Board of Directors of the US Committee to Expand NATO.

Debra Birx was assigned United States Global AIDS Coordinator on April 4, 2014 by Obama.

It’s hard for me to think that these two are not loyal to the Clintons and Obama.  They would have to be “Hard Core” democrats.  to have been placed in their positions in the past. This would explain the questionable procedure on the counting of covid-19 deaths.  Logging every person that tested positive for covid-19 as cause of death simply because they had it is retarded.  So retarded that we do not have a choice but to question her motives.  They are even testing bodies post mortem and  logging them  as covid-19 as cause of death.  This is a huge mistake having her in charge.  I put the blame on Trumps advisors.  He needs to completely clean house.

There is more to this than meets the eye.  CDC has its part in this “con-demic” equally. In the images you will see screenshots of instructions on how to handle deaths where no covid-19 test had been used , when the cause of death could not be determined and deaths that occurred when the person had tested positive for  COVID-19.  They even provide a example.  Basically, they can put covid-19 as cause of death without having any proof.

 

Sources:

Guidance to Certifying Deaths Due to Coronavirus Dsease 2019 April

Alert 3 Final COVID 19 Guidance and Provisional Death Counts.pdf April 2

To add more confusion  the CDC publishes confusion information.  This next image are two screen shots side by side.  Both imaages were captured seconds apart on the same day.  You will see 2 different death totals for the same time frame.

So how did Trump end up in this position? Trump, you, myself and every American is currently being screwed over, again, by the democrats and the fake news MSM. T he democrats insisted that Trump listen to the “experts”.  They used the fake news to badger Trump into trusting the “experts”  We still are hearing it today.  Below is a screen shot for an example on how much they are using every possible way to con  Trump into listening  to the  “experts”.

Just another part of the democrats scandalous attacks on Trump and America.

The good news is that now you know about it, you can help spread the word and inform people of the truth.  Help your president, help your country, help your neighbor, help our allies.  Now is the time to join together and defeat the bottom feeders that have infested our lives.  If a person has ever questioned evil exists, let this be a lesson for you.  It’s here, at work ,  right now.  It’s what drives the fake news, the democrats leadership, the back stabbing  traitors that have infiltrated the White House.  It’s the reason we are told to stay in our homes.  It will not stop until we stop it.  Whatever it takes, we cannot let them get away with this.  No quarter.

Respectfully

Deplorable Patriot

WWG1WGA

*”So, I think in this country we’ve taken a very liberal approach to mortality”This says all you need to hear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Enter the Gestapo: R.I Governor Closes State Borders, Searches Private Homes for Non-Residents

Welcom to Rhode Island. Pull pull over and show me your papers.

Rhode Island’s Democrat governor Gina Raimondo has closed the state’s borders and established a draconian set of repressive regulations that would have made Adolph Hitler proud. Now, armed military police man roadblocks at all interstate and major highways leading to into, and out of, the state. Armed National Guard soldiers and State Police officers search door-to-door looking for non-Rhode Island people. Local police drive through residential neighborhoods looking for out-of-state license plates. Armed National Guard soldiers are stationed at the T.F. Green airport, Amtrak train stations and at bus stops. The maximum penalty for not complying: a fine of $500 and 90 days in prison. (Prison time for disobeying a quarantine when actual felons are released by the thousands? What insanity!)

London Plague 1348 “Bring out your dead.”
Nazi Germany 1943: “Hand over your Jews.”
Rhode Island 2020: “Identify the the New Yorkers.”

And three golfers from Massachusetts, where all outdoor recreation has been banned, were arrested when they crossed the border to play on a Rhode Island course that was unrestricted for Rhod Islanders. Everyone who drives into the state is ordered to stop and submit to an interrogation. But Raimondo has an especially severe restriction on New Yorkers, since many have tried to avoid the New York outbreak by fleeing to other states. Raimondo’s order says any person coming into Rhode Island from another state for a non-work related purpose—especially from New York—must immediately self-quarantine for 14 days.

Issued March 28, the order repealed a previous emergency declaration that targeted only travelers from New York State. Anyone who doesn’t self-quarantine as ordered will face a fine, and for subsequent offenses could warrant large fines on top of prison time. Soldiers are relaying motorists’ and other non-residents’ contact information to the state’s health department. Health department workers are calling those people to check on their well-being and if necessary to keep track of any contacts they have had.

The lock down has had some truly bizarre, and quite frankly, frightening effects. It has turned ordinary citizens into spies and informants for the government. It is turned duffers who wanted nothing more than to play golf on an open-to-the public course into criminals.

One week after Massachusetts Governor Charles Baker ordered all outdoor recreational areas to be closedclosed, including golf courses and the rifle range where I shoot, Richmond, R.I. police bagged three golfers from Massachusetts on misdemeanor charges. Police said the three duffers went to elaborate lengths to hide their identities as out-of-towners so they could get in a round of golf at the Meadow Brook Golf Course in town.

Gregory Corbett, 51, Tyler Pietrzyk, 22, and Nye Cameron, 22, were apprehended at a nearby McDonald’s restaurant, where police say the men changed cars to drive to the club in a vehicle with Rhode Island license plates, the Attleboro (Mass) Sun Chronicle reported.

Employees at the McDonald’s ratted them out and called the cops.

Gib Mir deinen Pass!

Cops issued the three men summonses for violating the quarantine when they drove back from the golf course to their vehicles at the McDonald’s in the vehicle with the Rhode Island plates, the paper reported.

“It’s not the most heinous offense, but the reality is that we’re living in a whole different world this month, and it’s important we all follow the rules to keep one another safe,” Police Chief Elwood Johnson said.

The restrictions, however, are not without critics. The local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union blasted the new rules, objecting to the collection of motorists’ contact information in particular.

“While the Governor may have the power to suspend some state laws and regulations to address this medical emergency, she cannot suspend the Constitution,” Rhode Island ACLU executive director Steven Brown said in a statement. “Under the Fourth Amendment, having a New York state license plate simply does not, and cannot, constitute ‘probable cause’ to allow police to stop a car and interrogate the driver, no matter how laudable the goal of the stop may be.

“The ACLU remains very concerned about the enormous breadth of the governor’s latest directive and its focus on out-of-staters at a time when the state acknowledges that half of Rhode Islanders themselves are not following social distancing rules,” Brown said. “A two-week quarantine solely for the ‘offense’ of coming from out of state, and with no opportunity to contest this demand, is deeply troubling.

“In addition,” Brown said, “targeting out-of-staters like this can only promote a divisive ‘us vs. them’ mentality that encourages vilification of others. We fully appreciate that the state is dealing with an emergency crisis that requires emergency actions, but it should not be at the unwarranted expense of our civil rights.”

Raimondo rebuffed the objections, pointing out that laws change during a state of an emergency, and added that she’s receiving federal guidance from the Trump Administration and legal advice from her administration as she makes these decisions.

“It’s the law,” she said. “We are serious about this.”

 

~ Grif

Checkpoint 13 – Check for contraband Line up the out-of-towners.

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Felons Released from Prison So They Won’t Catch the Corona Virus

The BBC has reported that communities across the USA are releasing hundreds of felons from federal, state, county and city lockups due to the Chinese Covid-19 virus pandemic. In addition, judges are said to be working out plea bargaining deals for low-level offenders who have yet to be convicted of their alleged crimes. These alleged criminals will be released without serving time.

The newly released felons include drug dealers, thieves, muggers and so forth. It takes no stretch of the imagination to know these criminals will be able to take up where they left off—prowling the streets, mugging passersby, selling drugs, boosting cars, and invade the homes. One has to wonder just how much social distancing this bunch of losers are going to observe, model citizens that they are (sarc).

From the BBC 3/19/2020:

New York City is releasing “vulnerable” prisoners, the mayor said on Wednesday, days after Los Angeles and Cleveland freed hundreds of inmates.

Prison reform advocates say those in jail are at higher risk of catching and passing on Covid-19.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday that city officials will this week identify individuals for release, including people who were arrested for minor crimes and those most vulnerable to infection due to underlying health problems.

His announcement came hours after a guard and a prisoner tested positive for coronavirus at Rikers Island prison, where disgraced former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, 68, is a high-profile inmate. (Do you wonder if they also checked Weinstein’s cell mate for STD?) Weinstein will be moved to a different state prison, an official said on Wednesday.

Other New York prisons, such as Sing Sing, have had inmates test positive for corona virus and one employee for the state’s corrections department has died from it.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reduced its inmate population by 600 in the last two weeks, officials said on Tuesday.

“Our population within our jails is a vulnerable population just by who they are, where they are located, so we’re protecting that population from potential exposure,” Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva told reporters earlier this week.

The LA County jail system is the largest prison system in the world (and rightly so) with an average population of around 22,000 prisoners.

Mr. Villaneuva disclosed that arrests in the county are also down, from an average of 300 per weekend to only 60 in mid-March.

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, where the city of Cleveland is located, has also released hundreds of prisoners due to corona virus concerns.

Judges held emergency hearings through the weekend to work out plea deals and other agreements to allow prisoners to be released early or without serving time.

Several states from New York to California are now banning in-person visitors. A ban on visits led to a deadly prison riot in Italy last week.

Federal agencies will postpone most arrests and deportations during the corona virus crisis.

Prison-reform campaigners (aka bleeding heart liberals) say prisoners face unique risks, due to a lack of hygiene in overcrowded cells and hallways.

Handcuffed people cannot cover their mouths when they cough or sneeze, sinks often lack soap and hand sanitizer is considered contraband due to its alcohol content.

Iran has already released 85,000 people, including political prisoners, in an effort to combat the pandemic. (And yet, the faithful still literally lick the iron bars around their holy shrines one after another.)

The US locks up more of its citizens per capita than any other country, with an estimated 2.3 million people behind bars in federal, state and local prisons.

Some high profile convicts have argued for early release over corona virus fears.

They include President Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen, 53, financial fraudster Bernie Madoff, 81, and Gilberto Rodriguez-Orejuela, a notorious Colombian drug lord.

~ Grif

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Covid-19, Politicized, Weaponized against America

Editorial

It should be obvious by now that the democrat party leadership will do whatever their imaginations can dream up to destroy President Trump, America, and it’s citizens.  Whoever thinks different must not have been paying attention.

There are some that only believe what their teachers or parents tell them.  I can respect that. so I’ll cut them a break.  I’ll put the blame on poor parenting and socialist educators. They should have taught the children to be free thinkers, don’t believe everything they are told, and understand that mom and dad don’t know everything.  Educators have no excuse.

The simple fact is the democrat party has lied so many times, they have zero credibility.  There is no reason to ever believe one word that comes out any democrat in the House or the Senate.

I see it like this. “It’s like the person that steals from you.  How much stuff does the person need to steal from you until you lose trust in that person?  After they steal, will you trust that person anymore?” No. How could you?  Now apply that same logic to the democrats and their lies.   You should have zero trust in the democrats. The only difference is the person that steals from you and the democrats is the simple thief cannot destroy your country, your world, your way of life.

I’ve used this same type of logic with the MSM. Both sharing the same result.  Both proven to lie.  Both proven to work against America.  Both proven to work against will of the people.

When the Democrats and the MSM are being loud, attempting to keep all the attention on one issue, seemingly working together. You can be sure that they are attempting to deceive you.  Currently, it’s Covid-19.

What are the chances that someone you know will get covid-19? Pretty good.  If fact, there is a pretty good chance for many, it’s come and gone.

It has now been revealed  that the first case of covid-19  was discovered  on November 17, 2019.  That’s more then enough time for the virus to make it’s way around the world, unchecked.

It’s not “just spreading”.  People are not “just exposed”  to it.  People already have it.  Some have had it and  recovered while being totally unaware they had it in the first place.  It’s everywhere and there is a small chance in hell it can be stopped.  It’s had too much time to make it’s way into the world.

How many people do you think traveled in and out of China between November 17 and the day all travel in and out of China stopped?  I would say millions.  You are never going to track all those people.  So what do we do? Panic.  No, that’s what the democrats and the media wants you to do.

Covid-19 in no more dangerous than the common flu.  In fact, less dangerous.  It’s just a “new strain” that the democrats learned about and decided to exploit it.  Common sense should tell you that with the amount of time covid-19 had to travel and the amount of people exposing more people to it, millions of people already have it.  Democrats figured this out.  They used the media to create all the hype.  They created the illusion that it’s contagious, deadly dangerous and needs to be stopped before anyone else “catches it”. They push “testing” to help create “it’s spreading and out of control”, excuse so they could call it a pandemic.   With millions of people already exposed to it, it’s almost a perfect plan.

Like all democrat underhanded schemes, this one is flawed.   One huge  problem is that some of the test that turned out positive have no link to china. (which is another reason they are trying to drop the label “Wuhan Virus”).  The only explanation is that it was already here.  Yes, People caught covid-19 that had no recent or immediate  known connection to China.  (This does not eliminate the possibility of covid-19 originating in China). 

Democrats and the MSM were insisting there was going to be a pandemic long before any case was discovered in America.  They used every opportunity when cameras were present to push the pandemic narrative.  No politician would stick their neck out that far  unless they knew it was a “for sure thing”.  Keep in mind, not just one or two democrats, all the democrats were pushing it with all the known fake news MSM.

They politicized  a virus that they knew had already made it’s way throughout the world.  A virus less dangerous then the flu.  I would go as far to say that before covid-19 ever became a thing, sick people with the same symptoms were diagnosed as having “the flu”.    In a way, It’s like taking the common cold. Something most of us have already had. Get the media to convince people 1 particular strain is deadly.  Have people test for it.  People test positive because they  already have it. Claim a pandemic.

They then come up with as many lies about the president as they can. It’s part of the “Blame the president” for everything game. Something that I’m tired of seeing.

Bla, bla, bla yes the coronavirus exists.  It can kill.  Usually people over 50.  So can many other things that are far more dangerous and kill more often. The whole pandemic garbage is a complete hoax. It’s  nothing more than the democrats and media creating a panic state.  They had prior knowledge of covid-19 and made a conscious decision to attack America.   Lying to Americans and creating chaos and discord.   They didn’t do this on their own.  They got help from outside the USA.  They conspired with foreign governments.  This is criminal and the democrats and the MSM should be held accountable.  People should be arrested for treason.  Jail time at the very least.

My thoughts today are based on everything I have learned about covid-19.   With  the proper tools and security clearances with a team about 1/4 the size of Robert Muller’s team, I am confident that everything I mentioned here would be proven true. People will say this is just another conspiracy theory.  Maybe, but a better conspiracy theory would be,

 “The coronavirus is being used as “cover”.  The pandemic is being used as “cover”.  The fact that it kills mostly people that are older than 50 makes it great “cover”. “Cover” for what?  The coronavirus hoax creates the opportunity to assassinate the president with a bio-weapon.  President is over 50.  Coronavirus kills.  Who would question his death? “

I have no doubt the democrats haven’t thought about it.

Bottom line is that the democrats expect that when you see a crowd running away crying danger, you are just going to jump in and run with them without asking “what are we running from?”  Their exploitation of the coronavirus is just another example of how desperate they are. Their candidates for president have zero to offer the American people.  If Trump lost, it would be because they somehow altered the votes.  Even here in California I see a decline of democrat supporters.  Everything I mentioned I believe to be true.  There is already proof that the current version of the  coronavirus has been altered(next post). The  bio-weapon attack on the President is certainly plausible.

But what about all the deaths in China, Iran and throughout the world?  Communist media controlled by communist government equals communist lies so who knows the truth in China. When was the last time Iran didn’t lie and as far as the rest of the world goes, it’s hit and miss on what we are being told is the truth.  The unfortunate reality is sometimes the truth is hard to find.   When it comes to covid-19 a good place to start wold be finding out who in the democrat party has been in contact with China and Iran.  That would include investigating people from the Obama era.  In the mean time get used to the democrats crying and blaming everything on Trump. Don’t panic. Stay healthy.  Instead of hording toilet paper buy guns, ammunition, water, fire supplies, medical supplies, food, generator, fuel, transportation and at the very least shelter. Preferably a place where you can defend.   People panicking and pandemonium is far more dangerous than the coronavirus will ever be.

For the story on when covid-19  was first detected in November click here

Respectfully,

Deplorablet Patrioit

Disclaimer-  The owner of Fellowship of the Minds(FOTM), Dr Eowyn allows myself along with the rest of the editors/authors here at FOTM the freedom to post what we choose. My views and opinions expressed here at FOTM are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Dr Eowyn , Fellowship of the Minds or any other editor/author at Fellowship of the Minds.. Any content I provide is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything.  Everything that I post is my responsibility alone.  Deplorable Patriot

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My homeless homie

The Council of Economic Advisers has reported that as of  September 2019 almost half (47 percent) of the nations total “unsheltered homeless people are found in the State of California, about four times as high as California’s share of the overall U.S. population. Rates of sheltered homelessness are highest in Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C., with New York City alone containing over one fifth of all sheltered homeless people in the United States.”

They also report that out of the top five cities with the highest rates of unsheltered homeless, four are in California. The fifth is in Washington State.   From high to low it starts with “San Francisco has the highest rate of unsheltered homelessness at 60 per 10,000, 10 times as high as the U.S rate of 6 per 10,000.” Next is Los Angeles(19%), Santa Rosa, Seattle, and  the 5th is San Jose.

 

Although homelessness is a world wide problem, like many topics I write about, many times my main focus based in California.  I do this because it is where I live. It allow me to be more accurate about whatever it is I write about. I see things for myself, first hand. I have some first hand experiences with homeless people.  I spend a lot of time interacting  with homeless  people.  It’s not because I’m trying to be a “Joe charity” or a “Dudly do right” or for any other noble cause.  I do it because I have a difficult time turning my back on people that need help.   Financially I am in no position to be helping others and the whole experience has caused me a lot of grief in my life and . Just donating to some charity doesn’t work for me because I  think most charities are scams.  Not all, but most.  I work directly  with individuals because I see better results.  I see exactly where my time and money goes.  Some examples of how I help  could be anything from giving a person a job, a ride, in some cases a little cash.  I also spend some time helping people that  have a home but need assistance with their home or vehicle.  I’ve done various jobs such as laying new carpet, electrical work, roof repair, basic auto maintenance to auto theft recovery.  Each situation is different.  Today, my focus is on one individual homeless person that I have  encountered in my life.  For various reasons I’ll keep his identity private and call him JC.

When it comes to homeless people I see them as two types.  Ones that don’t want to be homeless and ones that want to be homeless. People with mental illness or people who end up homeless because of hardship usually fall under the ones that don’t want to be homeless.  People that have places where they can live, refuse to work or don’t do anything to change their living situation would fall under the ones that want to be homeless.  JC falls under the ones that want to be homeless.

I’ve known JC for around 3 years.  I once offered him a job. All he had to do was tie a ribbon around one piece of mistletoe. I needed a bunch of them.  He could work as many hours as he wanted.  No set number of the amount of them he had to tie.  Whatever he could produce was fine.  I was paying him $20 per hour.  He quit within 5 minutes.  He didn’t want to work.  I think the only time he worked was when he was fighting fires when he was in prison.  I remember there was a place where he had been living and the people that lived there had to move because the people that let JC stay there could not come up with all the rent.  JC said he would cover it when he moved in but he never came up with his share.  The people moved out and JC just decided he was going to stay.  The owners caught him there and they were kind enough to let his stay for awhile.  All he had to do was do some minor repairs.  Easy stuff like painting, cleaning and a little yard work.  He didn’t want to do any of that so he left and decided it was better to be homeless.

During this time he managed to find a girlfriend.  That didn’t improve things.  The last place they were staying at was at a friend of theirs.  She let them stay in her spare room for free.  They got mad at the lady that let them stay there because she was making too much noise raking up the leaves in her yard. They decided that they wanted to live in a tent in her yard. Then they decided being homeless was better.

None of this behavior makes sense to me.  In a first encounter with JC a person would think he was a normal person.  He would talk to himself sometimes and had some obvious insecurities.  He doesn’t come off as a person with a criminal history.  Isn’t the violent type. Not knowing what I  have mentioned he seems normal.  So I thought until he showed up at my place one day with a suitcase.  I work at home so It’s not unusual for someone to show up at my place.  This was different this time.  He didn’t call me so I didn’t expect him.  It’s late at night. He’s got a suitcase with him,  He was nonstop mumbling nonsense.  Obviously on some sort of drug or drugs.  I couldn’t understand  anything that he said.  Needless to say I told him to leave and to never show up at my place like that again, call first,etc.

I didn’t hear from him from him for about a year or so.  Then one night he shows up at my place.  Wearing the same clothes, with a different suitcase and looks like he hadn’t showered for a week or two.  Again he was wasted and nonstop mumbling nonsense but some of it I could understand.  He said that the last he left here he was stopped by the police about a block and a half away.  They ended up tasering him and taking him to jail.  That’s where he has been this whole time.  Again he was annoying me and had me pissed off so i told him to leave and gave him the same lecture as I did before.  A couple of days later i see him on my security monitor.  I can see anyone coming from any direction.  He has the same clothes on carrying the same suitcase and still looks like he hadn’t bathed in a week.  Right before he knocks I ask him if he called me. He says “no”.  I then asked “then why are you here” with a “go away”.  He said “sorry” and walked away.  He went to the same place that he got arrested at before, about a block and a half away.  That’s where he was found dead.   I’m told that his head looked like someone had beat him several times with a baseball bat. His location was in a place to make it looked like he jumped and killed himself.  You wont find this information anywhere.  I got the info from one of the people that discovered his body.  There’s no police log, no police investigation, no story in the newspaper, nothing.  Just an obituary that says he died on that day.  No names of relatives, which he has several family members that are local.  No funeral service.  It’s as if he never existed.

Living and dying is a part of life.  I’m no stranger to people dying.  I see it often.  More than I care.   I once had a friend that went to spend his day with his family.  I had talked to him in the morning.  That afternoon his father shot him and his whole family.  Then killed himself.  I knew another guy that got shot in the back while playing dice.  They torched him and the house trying to hide the crime.  Before that we were both hanging out at his uncles house.  It happen a couple of hours after he left.  Then a  couple of months  later I watched his father stumble out of his home.  He was sick and in bad shape. I  tried to get him to see a doctor.  He just drank more vodka and died that week.  I could go on and on talking about people that died shortly after talking to them.  My girlfriends uncle called and after talking to him, he died right after hanging up the phone.  Another uncle of hers died as he was calling us.  Another uncle died in our spare room.  I could go on but I’ll stop there.  It creeps me out and I’m starting to feel like the angel of death, or something.  With the exception of my girlfriend’s 3 uncles, which died of heart failure,   I often wonder if there was something I could have done that would have kept them alive.  More so when I think about JC.  The last thing I said to him was “go away.”  It’s a pretty selfish thought considering he’s the one that’s dead.  The best thing I can do, the only thing I can do is get in touch with his family, find out the truth behind his death and somehow find justice.  Like everyone, he wasn’t perfect, but he didn’t deserve to die..

JC’s death is a lot like the crime committed in New York by 24 year old suspect, Randy Rodriguez Santos,  He was arrested holding a metal bar that is believe to be the murder weapon used in the bludgeoning of 4 sleeping homeless men.  Like most murders, I have a difficult time trying to understand why it happens. More than 1,000 homeless people died in Los Angeles county in 2018. That I also have a difficult time trying to understand why it happens.  With all the technological advances, scientific breakthroughs, sending ships to Mars, everything combined that’s supposed to define us as an advanced civilization we still have petty killings.  We have people killing people over who they choose to warship..  Perhaps the most intellectually embarrassing are the people that kill other people because they cannot reach an agreement on what happens to you when you are dead. It shows that we really haven’t evolved as a species at all.

I’m not sure what my point is or why I felt to share my thoughts.  Maybe it’s because I’m tired of seeing people die for nothing.  I spend a lot of time trying to help people just make it though another day.  it bother me to see defenseless people killed.  I hope someone got  something out of this.  You’re all in my thoughts today.  Have a safe thanksgiving.

Respectfully Deplorable Patriot

RIP JC

 

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Chick-fil-A Stabs Supporters Squarely in the Back

On Monday Chick-fil-A, under pressure from the BLTG pervert community, announced they will no-longer be making donations to The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and The Salvation Army.

This unfortunate announcement comes not long after we normal Americans lined up for hours at their locations on the day the above mentioned pervert community had announced a nation-wide boycott of the company’s restaurants.

The response was such that several of their locations in my area had to close due to the fact they ran out of chicken.

Now I am sorry I participated.

I really do not understand the thinking of any corporation that is willing to alienate a large percentage of their customer base in order to kiss up to the gay mafia, which makes up about two percent of the overall population.

I have a feeling the company thinks by making this move the BLTG fascists are going to leave them alone.

As we have seen time and time again, they could not be more wrong.

You can be sure I have spent my last dime in one of their stores.

 Dave

(H/t: The intertubes)

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