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This is Chiraq under Mayor Lightfoot’s watch: Another double-digit shooting weekend, police under attack & murders up

You’ll be shocked to learn that another weekend in Chiraq, another round of double-digit shootings:

54 shot, 12 fatally, over Chicago weekend”

And now there’s ANOTHER problem in Chiraq, thanks the demorat-backed BLM thugs:

“Chicago police officers targeted ‘5 times’ more than years prior as crime surge continues, superintendent says”

Another stat out of Chiraq: “Murders and shootings have each surged 52% year-to-date as of Sept. 6, according to the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics.”

Great job, demorats!

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Portland thugs celebrate the murder of a Trump supporter

The true face of BLM and Antifa was on display,
and by their silence, the entire Democrat party.

Elections have consequences.

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Say his name: Cannon Hinnant, young white boy executed by black man

The media has a narrative to follow because they are under orders from BLM and also #OrangeManBad.

The current narrative focuses on race. In particular, crimes committed against oppressed black people. That’s why you may not have heard of five-year-old Cannon Hinnant. When I did a Yahoo search for his name this is how many stories showed up under the “News” tab:

TWO. That’s IT.

The reason? Because Cannon was a white five-year-old boy who was EXECUTED by a black man. It doesn’t fit their current race narrative.

Here’s some of the details from Yahoo:

A North Carolina man has been charged with the murder of a five-year-old boy after shooting him at point-blank range Sunday.

Darius Sessoms, 25, was arrested by the Wilson Police Department Monday after allegedly walking up to Cannon Hinnant, 5, and shooting him in the head.

The boy was standing outside his father’s house when Mr Sessoms allegedly shot him. According to local news broadcaster WRAL, Cannon’s seven and eight-year-old sisters saw his murder.

Cannon had just learned how to write his name and would have begun Kindergarten this year.

“[Mr Sessoms and I] used to play together and I never thought he’d kill someone,” Rachel Pipkin, one of Cannon’s mother’s cousins, told CBS News. “A mother now has to lay her son to rest at 5-years-old which she should never have to do. He’ll never be forgotten.”

According to a GoFundMe set up for the family, Mr. Sessoms shot Cannon for riding his bike into Mr Sessoms’ yard. Police have not released information regarding a motive at this time.

Read the whole story here.

Of COURSE there’s no known motive at this time. Yet I bet you would know the EXACT motive (and right away, at that) if Cannon had been a black boy and his executioner a white man.

PS: There are a number of black people celebrating the death of this child. See examples here on Mark Dice’s Twitter timeline.

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Rape suspect in Virginia freed due to Wuhan virus went on to kill his accuser

Karla Elizabeth Dominguez has died in Virginia after Ibrahim Bouaichi – who was indicted last year on charges that included rape, strangulation and abduction – shot and killed her.

From Fox News:

“The Washington Post was first to report that Ibrahim E. Bouaichi shot and killed the woman in late July, after he was released April 9, according to the newspaper and Alexandria police.

Bouaichi was indicted last year on charges that included rape, strangulation and abduction. The woman, whom police identified as Karla Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez, testified against him in Alexandria District Court in December.

He was jailed without bond in Alexandria – until the pandemic hit. Bouaichi’s lawyers argued that he should be freed awaiting trial because the virus endangered inmates and their attorneys. He was released on a $25,000 bond over the objections of a prosecutor.”

Bouaichi went on to shoot and kill Karla on July 29.

Read the whole story here.

The good judge Nolan Dawkins who released the rapist recently retired on June 26. He served 26 years after becoming Alexandria’s first African American judge. Hope he enjoys his retirement now while Karla’s family raises money for her memorial.

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Paging BLM: Black Leaders Call on NYPD to Bring Back Anti-Crime Unit as Shootings Spike

From Yahoo:

Leaders in the black community are calling on the New York Police Department to bring back the plainclothes Anti-Crime Unit that was eliminated last month as shootings and murders spike across the city.

About 600 undercover officers from the unit were set to be transferred to other assignments including detective work and policing neighborhoods, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said a month ago. The anti-crime unit, which was responsible for getting guns off the streets, had been criticized as stoking distrust in law enforcement in minority communities.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, one of the African-American voices calling for action on gun violence, criticized the police force’s decision to completely disband the unit. He deplored the recent deadly shooting of a one-year-old, one of the victims of New York City’s recent spike in gun violence.

“I think that a total elimination is something we need to reevaluate,” Adams said, CBS New York reported. “Right now, bad guys are saying if you don’t see a blue and white you can do whatever you want.”

Tony Herbert, an activist in New York’s black community, agreed and lamented the rise in violence, criticizing New York officials for their failure to address the situation.

“The guns keep going off and now we have a 1-year-old and the blood is on the hands of the mayor and the state Legislature,” Herbert said.

The decision to disband the anti-crime unit was also panned by Police Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch, who warned that consequences would follow if city leaders refused to deal with increased gun violence.

“Anti-Crime’s mission was to protect New Yorkers by proactively preventing crime, especially gun violence,” Lynch said in a statement. “Shooting and murders are both climbing steadily upward, but our city leaders have decided that proactive policing isn’t a priority anymore. They chose this strategy. They will have to reckon with the consequences.”

The city’s murder rate for the month ending June 7 has more than doubled from the same period last year, and shooting victims have increased by 45 percent. Meanwhile, arrests for illegal gun possession have dropped dramatically, with only 29 people arrested during the week that ended July 5, down from 70 during the same week last year, according to NYPD data.

In recent weeks, the NYPD has experienced a surge of over 400 percent in retirement applications from officers amid tensions with city officials and after the city’s police budget was slashed by $1 billion.”

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Unintended consequences: Stress and pressure put on families isolated in homes with abusers

This will come as no surprise.

Domestic violence is on the rise as a result of people being ordered to shelter at home or in place. I’ve seen it here in my small Oklahoma town. It’s happening across the country. See here, here, here, here and here.

Perp Christopher Stokes being “supervised” while free to commit murder

This story out of Milwaukee is particularly tragic: “Five dead in shooting at a home on Milwaukee’s north side”

The situation is being described as an act of “family violence” and “gun violence.”

I’d argue that this is due to the inability of the criminal justice system to effectively do its job. And the stress that is created with citizens being ordered to stay at home.

The perp, Christopher Stokes, shot and killed five family members between the ages of 14 and 41. He is a known felon who was being “supervised” by the Minnesota Department of Corrections since his prison release in 2015. His background includes: domestic violence convictions against two women, substantial battery, witness intimidation, bail jumping, misdemeanor disorderly conduct, and felony child abuse (for which no charges were filed). The domestic violence convictions made him a prohibited possessor.

Yet we all know that gun control laws don’t stop criminals.

Read the whole sad story here.

Expect to read about more tragic domestic violence stories as “Stay at Home” orders are extended – and extended – and extended.

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Whistleblower Found Shot To Death In California

The suicide list gets bigger.  Why do people with hidden knowledge seem to kill themselves?  Especially when the information may prove a democrat is being dishonest or proves their involvement in a crime.

 

‘Phil had firsthand evidence that Obama was secretly advancing Islamic hegemony in the U.S.  He sacrificed his career to expose it.’

 

The whistleblower from the Department of Homeland Security during the Obama Administration was found dead near his vehicle outside of Sacramento Friday morning.

Authorities found 66-year old Philip Haney dead by a single gunshot wound. Haney was known for exposing President Obama’s orders to scrub the records of Muslims with terrorist ties.

According to the Amador County Coroner’s Office, deputies and detectives responded to a report of a man shot near Highway 124 and Highway 16 in Plymouth, California.

In the report obtained by the California Globe, Haney died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound… A firearm was found near Haney’s body and his vehicle. An investigation is active and ongoing.

Full story click here

Respectfully,

Deplorable Patriot

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Alleged ISIS supporter commits murder with stolen gun; victims sue S&W for their “ultra-hazardous” product

Faisal Hussain: Not responsible because of a hazardous product.

In 2018, a “psychotic, depressed ” and “very disturbed” Faisal Hussain shot 16 people in Greektown (Toronto). Two people died. Hussain cowardly committed suicide.

Hussain used a .40-calibre Smith & Wesson that HE STOLE in Saskatchewan in 2016 during a break-and-enter at a gun store.

According to Heavy, the Pakistani Hussain may have expressed support for ISIS. Wikipedia says that to this day there is no evidence that there was any connection between the shooter and his support for ISIS.

In a class action lawsuit filed by the victims of this shooting, they claim that the gun manufacturer failed to implement “key safety features” that could have prevented the attack.

Those features would be smart-gun technologies to prevent “unauthorized” users from firing the gun.

Without the technology in place, the lawsuit claims it was “reasonably foreseeable” people such as Hussain could inflict widespread damage with a stolen weapon. Read the details about the class action lawsuit here.

Setting aside the unreliability of smart gun technology, wasn’t it “reasonably foreseeable” that people such as Hussain would not inflict such widespread damage due to Canadian laws?

I mean, I’m no lawyer and I do not have a thorough knowledge of Canada’s criminal laws yet have a few questions:

Isn’t stealing ILLEGAL?
Isn’t breaking and entering ILLEGAL?
Isn’t assault ILLEGAL?
Isn’t assault with a deadly weapon ILLEGAL?
Isn’t first-degree murder ILLEGAL?
Isn’t felony murder ILLEGAL?

I’d argue that the “ultra-hazardous” actions of this shooting originated with the CRIMINAL shooter.

Where do you draw the line with product manufacturers and CRIMINALS who are WILLING and INTENT on committing ILLEGAL behaviors?

Guess the Canadian courts will decide.

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Mom of murdered son blames Soros-backed Philadelphia DA for enabling criminal to go free

Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner was basically “appointed” by that evil George Soros who poured $1.45 MILLION into this local DA race.

Krasner’s election platform was to “reform elements of the criminal justice system, including to reduce mass incarceration.”

That’s liberal-speak for not punishing criminals nor holding them accountable for their actions.

During his tenure, Krasner has “sought to spearhead criminal justice reform by ending bail payments for low-level offenders, reducing supervision for parolees, and seek more lenient sentences for certain crimes.”

Well, there’s one perp in Philadelphia who is certainly appreciative of the VERY lenient sentence he received: He walked free on murder charges even though there were witnesses to his crime.

Linda Schellenger’s son Sean was stabbed to death by Michael White in July 2018. Despite evidence, the perp was found not guilty. Linda believes that Krasner withheld evidence in the case, all in the name of his goal of reforming the criminal justice system.

She’s appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show two times. Here’s her most recent appearance and story:

Soros has a real desire to remake our criminal justice system into a radical agenda. Read more about that at the Geller Report here.

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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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