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Rap Artist Calls For The Assassination Of President-Elect Donald Trump

Is this song about killing Donald Trump?



Rick Ross might be able to tell the future better than the Magic 8-Ball. Not the drug, you know, the ball you shake and the little Illuminati triangle tells you the future!

Rick Ross released this anti-Trump song the day after Donald Trump won the 2016 election and became the POTUS-elect after defeating Hillary Clinton.

The song is called “Free Enterprise” and let’s have a listen. This might put a pear on his plate, but that’s fine. Can’t knock the guys hustle, even if the song sucks.

Breitbart – Rick Ross released the music video for his politically-charged song “Free Enterprise” this week, in which the Miami-based rapper fantasizes about the death of President-elect Donald Trump.

“Assassinate Trump like I’m Zimmerman/Now accept these words as they came from Eminem,” Ross raps, an apparent reference to George Zimmerman, who shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012.

“Free Enterprise” features vocals from singer John Legend and appeared on Ross’ 2015 studio album Black Market.

“Democratic Party sentenced to the pendulum/Killing them, I voted for André Benjamin,” he raps in the video while standing in front of an upside down American flag.

The word “Trump” was bleeped out of the official music video, released on YouTube on November 9 — the day Trump became President-elect.

He mentions George Zimmerman, but I didn’t even realize that guy was still alive.

I can totally see why this song was released first on the Internet and that’s because it sucks.

I love rap music. I have no problem saying if a song is a good track, but this is just boring. I’m shocked John Legend bothered with this. What did he get out of it? Was he bored?

Musically, it sounds like they did a great job composing the song, but like I said – it’s boring. The message is lame. John Legend probably recorded his part on an iPhone with GarageBand and emailed it to Rick Ross.

My message to Rick Ross – keep eating pears, keep making music, but realize that this song stinks. If you want to release a track that might suggest you’re talking about Donald Trump, then make it humorous. If it’s funny, then even Trump fans would love it.


And, if this song is not about Donald Trump, which I highly suspect it might not be, then nothing changes. It’s still boring.

My wife looked over and said “why are you listening to gospel music?”

Here’s a better Rick Ross moment to get you folks by in your super busy day.

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Judge Who Struck Down Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban Just BUSTED In Sleazy Sexual Scandal With Disturbing Twist



Isn’t it grand seeing the Swamp drain its self?

This new movement that is sweeping the nation taking aim at holding powerful men accountable for sexual harassment, misconduct, and assault has now named a prominent Liberal jurist as a serial harasser. It’s now being reported that six former far left liberal Ninth Circuit clerks and externs are now saying that the liberal Judge Alex Kozinski subjected them to sexual comments and unwelcome situations.

One of the former Kozinski clerks, Heidi Bond, who was his clerk between 2006 and 2007 has gone on the record with allegations that on multiple occasions the judge summoned her alone to his chambers in order to show her pornography which was unrelated to any case before the judge. He then asked if the images turned her on. Bond recounts at least three different instances of being shown porn by her boss and says the experiences were shocking. She has also written an extremely disturbing first-person account of her experiences of clerking for Judge Kozinski where she also details Kozinski isolating her from her co-clerks to discuss his sexual history

The Washington Post Reports:

Prominent appeals court Judge Alex Kozinski accused of sexual misconduct

Judge Alex Kozinski of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, pictured in 2003. Six women — all former clerks or externs in the 9th Circuit — alleged to The Washington Post in recent weeks that Kozinski, now 67, subjected them to a range of inappropriate sexual conduct or comments.

A former clerk for Judge Alex Kozinski said the powerful and well-known jurist, who for many years served as chief judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, called her into his office several times and pulled up pornography on his computer, asking if she thought it was photoshopped or if it aroused her sexually.

Heidi Bond, who clerked for Kozinski from 2006 to 2007, said the porn was not related to any case. One set of images she remembered was of college-age students at a party where “some people were inexplicably naked while everyone else was clothed.” Another was a sort of digital flip book that allowed users to mix and match heads, torsos and legs to create an image of a naked woman.

Bond is one of six women — all former clerks or more junior staffers known as externs in the 9th Circuit — who alleged to The Washington Post in recent weeks that Kozinski, now 67 and still serving as a judge on the court, subjected them to a range of inappropriate sexual conduct or comments. She is one of two former clerks who said Kozinski asked them to view porn in his chambers.

In a statement, Kozinski said: “I have been a judge for 35 years and during that time have had over 500 employees in my chambers. I treat all of my employees as family and work very closely with most of them. I would never intentionally do anything to offend anyone and it is regrettable that a handful have been offended by something I may have said or done.”

Kozinski provided the statement after The Post called and emailed a spokesman with a detailed list of the allegations this story would include. After the story posted online, the judge told the Los Angeles Times, “I don’t remember ever showing pornographic material to my clerks” and, “If this is all they are able to dredge up after 35 years, I am not too worried.”

After the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, more women and men have come forward against a growing list of well-known male figures. (Erin Patrick O’Connor, Nicki DeMarco/The Washington Post)
When Bond was clerking, Kozinski was on the precipice of becoming chief judge for the 9th Circuit — the largest federal appeals court circuit in the country, handling cases for a large swath of the western United States as well as Hawaii and Alaska. The other people who alleged that Kozinski behaved inappropriately toward them worked in the 9th Circuit both before and after her, up to 2012.

Bond said she knew that she was to come to the judge’s office when her phone beeped twice. She said she tried to answer Kozinski’s inquiries as succinctly and matter-of-factly as possible. Bond was then in her early 30s and is now 41.

If the question was about photoshopping, Bond said, she would focus on minor details of the images. If Kozinski asked whether the images aroused her, Bond said, she would respond: “No, this kind of stuff doesn’t do anything for me. Is there anything else you need?” She said she recalled three instances when the judge showed her porn in his office.

“I was in a state of emotional shock, and what I really wanted to do was be as small as possible and make as few movements as possible and to say as little as possible to get out,” Bond said.

Bond, who went on to clerk for the Supreme Court and now works as a romance novelist writing under the name Courtney Milan, and another clerk, Emily Murphy, who worked for a different judge on the 9th Circuit and is now a law professor, described their experiences in on-the-record interviews. The other four women spoke on the condition that their names and some other identifying information not be published, out of fear that they might face retaliation from Kozinski or others.

Kozinski, who served as the chief judge on the 9th Circuit from 2007 to 2014, remains a prominent judge, well known in the legal community for his colorful written opinions. His clerks often win prestigious clerkships at the Supreme Court.

Murphy, who clerked for Judge Richard Paez, said Kozinski approached her when she was talking with a group of other clerks at a reception at a San Francisco hotel in September 2012. The group had been discussing training regimens, and Murphy said she commented that the gym in the 9th Circuit courthouse was nice because other people were seldom there.

Kozinski, according to Murphy and two others present at the time who spoke to The Post, said that if that were the case, she should work out naked. Those in the group tried to change the subject, Murphy and the others present said, but the judge kept steering the conversation toward the idea of Murphy exercising without clothes.

“It wasn’t just clear that he was imagining me naked, he was trying to invite other people — my professional colleagues — to do so as well,” Murphy said. “That was what was humiliating about it.”

Murphy, who was 30 at the time of the incident and is now 36, provided The Post with a 2012 email showing that she told a mentor about what had happened at the time. Two of Murphy’s friends who were present at the time of the encounter, speaking on the condition of anonymity, also confirmed her account.

Bond, similarly, provided emails showing that she told a friend what had happened at least as of 2008. The friend, fellow romance novelist Eve Ortega, provided the same emails. She confirmed that Bond had told her years ago that Kozinski made inappropriate sexual comments and showed her porn.

Kozinski has previously been embroiled in controversies related to sexually explicit material.

In 2008, the Los Angeles Times revealed that the judge had maintained an email list that he used to distribute crude jokes, some of them sexually themed, and that he had a publicly accessible website that contained pornographic images.

A judicial investigation ultimately found that Kozinski did not intend to allow the public to see the material and that, instead, the judge and his son were careless in protecting a private server from being accessible on the Internet.

Anthony J. Scirica, then the chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit, wrote at the time that Kozinski’s “conduct exhibiting poor judgment with respect to this material created a public controversy that can reasonably be seen as having resulted in embarrassment to the institution of the federal judiciary.”

According to Scirica’s report, Kozinski said that he used the server to keep a variety of items he received by email, including TV commercials, video clips, cartoons, games and song parodies.

Of the sexually explicit files, Kozinski testified: “Some I thought were odd or funny or bizarre, but mostly I don’t have a very good reason for holding onto them. I certainly did not send them to anyone else or ask anyone to send me similar files,” according to Scirica’s report.

Kozinski also testified that he “does not visit and has no interest in pornographic websites,” according to Scirica’s report. He separately apologized for any embarrassment he had caused in maintaining the email list and said he had stopped sending the jokes.

Bond said the images Kozinski showed her seemed to come from his private server, because he pulled them from a site containing the term “”

The other Kozinski clerk who said the judge showed her porn declined to provide specifics out of fear that Kozinski would be able to identify her. Bond said the judge also showed her a chart he claimed he and his friends from college had made to list the women with whom they had had sexual relations.

Bond said that either Kozinski or his administrative assistant reached out to her around the time of the news reporting on his private server, asking whether she would be willing to defend his character. She wrote to Ortega about the inquiry in 2008, according to emails the women shared with The Post, and Ortega responded that it “sounds like a very bad idea to me.”

“I know he brought you into his office to show you porn, I know he made sexual innuendos to you. I know this because you told me so in DC, and you even used the words sexual harassment,” Ortega wrote. “You said you would warn off other women thinking of clerking for him. And if there’s a woman out there he harassed worse than you, do you really want to be pitted against her? Because that’s what it would be. I’m worried that this is what he’s asking you to do — to be the female, intelligent face of his defense and make whoever it is accusing him look like a stupid slut, and then he hopefully never has to actually address those allegations.”

Kozinski was born in Romania to Holocaust survivors in 1950, and the family fled the communist state when he was a boy. Decades ago, long before he was a federal judge, he appeared on the television show “The Dating Game,” planting a kiss on a surprised young woman who selected him for a date. He is married and has three sons.

Kozinski was appointed to the 9th Circuit by President Ronald Reagan in 1985. He is an atypical federal appeals court judge — authoring irreverent opinions and not shying, as many of his colleagues do, from media appearances.

He styled one opinion in 2012 not as a traditional concurrence or dissent, but instead as “disagreeing with everyone.” He famously wrote during a trademark dispute between the toy company Mattel and the record company that produced the 1997 song “Barbie Girl”: “The parties are advised to chill.”

In more recent years, Kozinski wrote that using lethal injections to impose the death penalty was “a misguided effort to mask the brutality of executions by making them look serene and beautiful — like something any one of us might experience in our final moments,” and he told the Los Angeles Times, “I personally think we should go to the guillotine, but shooting is probably the right way to go.”

The Post reached out to dozens of Kozinski’s former clerks and externs for this report. Many of those who returned messages said that they experienced no harassment of any kind and that their experience — which entailed grueling work into the wee hours of the morning every day — was a rewarding one. They noted Kozinski’s wry sense of humor.

Those who talked to The Post about negative experiences said that they thought his behavior went beyond bad jokes or that they felt personally targeted.

A former Kozinski extern said the judge once made a comment about her hair and looked her body up and down “in a less-than-professional way.” That extern said Kozinski also once talked with her about a female judge stripping.

“I didn’t want to be alone with him,” the former extern said.

A different former extern said she, similarly, had at least two conversations “that had sexual overtones directed at me,” and she told friends about them at the time. One of the friends, also a former extern, confirmed that the woman had told her about the remarks — though both declined to detail them for fear of being identified.

One former 9th Circuit clerk said she was at a dinner in Seattle, seated next to Kozinski, when he “kind of picked the tablecloth up so that he could see the bottom half of me, my legs.” She said Kozinski remarked, “I wanted to see if you were wearing pants because it’s cold out.” The former clerk said she was wearing pants at the time. The incident, she said, occurred in late 2011 or early 2012.

“It made me uncomfortable, and it didn’t seem appropriate,” said the former clerk, who worked for a different judge.

All of the women The Post interviewed said they did not file formal complaints at the time. Bond said Kozinski had so vigorously stressed the idea of judicial confidentiality — that what is discussed in chambers cannot be revealed to the outside — that she questioned even years later whether she could share what had happened with a therapist, even though she had already talked with Ortega about it.

Bond said Kozinski worked his clerks so hard that “there was no thought that I could see him as anything other than in complete control,” and she feared that not leaving with a good recommendation from him might jeopardize her career.

“I did think about walking away and concluded I just didn’t know what I would do if I did,” Bond said.

The other former Kozinski clerk who said the judge asked her to watch porn in his chambers said she both feared what he might do and knew that a complaint was unlikely to strip him of his influence.

“I was afraid,” the former clerk said. “I mean, who would I tell? Who do you even tell? Who do you go to?”

Murphy said she discussed what had happened with the judge for whom she was clerking, and he was supportive of her filing a complaint. But because the complaint would first go to Kozinski himself, then be referred elsewhere, Murphy said she chose not to proceed. The judge, Paez, declined to comment for this report through a representative.

As a judge, Kozinski has addressed the topic of sexual harassment in important ways. In 1991, he joined an opinion that decided such cases should be judged from the perspective of the victims, using what was then called the “reasonable woman” standard. The opinion, written by then-Judge Robert R. Beezer, noted pointedly, “Conduct that many men consider unobjectionable may offend many women.”

Beezer died in 2012. Kozinski himself wrote about sexual harassment in 1992, commenting on how legal remedies could come with unforeseen consequences.

He wrote that men “must be aware of the boundaries of propriety and learn to stay well within them,” while women “must be vigilant of their rights, but must also have some forgiveness for human foibles: misplaced humor, misunderstanding, or just plain stupidity.”

He acknowledged, though, that the problem of harassment was a real one.

“But who knew, who understood, that it was quite so pervasive,” Kozinski wrote. “Apparently most women did, while most men did not. It was the best-kept secret of modern times.”

Now that’s sick, but then again, what else can we expect from a judge from the infamous 9th circuit court who is known for its radical far left agenda leanings. No wonder the 9th circuit wants Muslims Refugees in this nation, they act the same way their judges act.

It seems that for every right-wing leaning man who is accused of sexual misconduct there are at least 100 liberal men accused of the same, or worse. This whole time all these institutions where being run as brothels and not one person in the outside world even knew. They tell us how to think and what is and isn’t moral while at the same time their stench of immorality is off the charts.

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Woman Catches Liberal Amazon Delivery Driver On Video Leaving NASTY Surprise With Package

This will make you Sick!



This is just so nasty, but then again, it comes to us from The People’s Republic of California! And from Sacramento, which is the state’s capital and is full of corrupt liberal politicians!

This past week Nemy Bautista arrived at his Sacramento area home on Tuesday only to find what appeared to be dog poop at the bottom of his driveway. But when he went into his home to take a look at the footage from his security camera, he found a nasty surprise. Instead of seeing a puppy relieving itself, he instead saw a grown woman who was delivering a package for Amazon while driving a U-Haul taking a number 2 near his driveway.

Needless to say, Bautista was shocked by what he saw and immediately proceeded to contact Amazon in order to file a complaint. A company representative was “shocked and thoroughly apologized,” but did add that the woman who delivered his package worked for a third-party contractor Amazon had hired to make those deliveries. Actually, Amazon hires private people who are on “standby” and pays them a lot less than a company would charge to deliver their junk, just look up Amazon Flex.

Via Wise Bread: 

How You Can Earn $18 to $25 an Hour With Amazon Flex

If you have ever wondered how your Amazon orders magically appear so fast, you have the workers behind Amazon Flex to thank. And if you’re looking for extra income, or are thinking about making a jump into the gig economy, Amazon Flex can be a great side hustle. Paying $18-25 an hour, it’s an excellent way to make money on your own schedule.

What Is Amazon Flex?

For Amazon Prime Now deliveries, the giant online retailer hires independent contractors to make deliveries. It’s more cost-efficient for them than using major delivery companies like UPS, and allows them to guarantee delivery within just an hour or two.

Amazon Flex is only available in certain markets right now, including Arlington (VA), Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Nashville, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Raleigh, Richmond, Rockville (MD), San Antonio, Seattle, Springfield (VA), Tampa Bay, and Virginia Beach. However, Prime Now is growing in demand, so it’s likely that Amazon will expand its services to new regions soon.

Amazon Flex drivers earn between $18 and $25 an hour, based on their per-delivery payment and on tips from customers. Drivers can pick up delivery blocks on the days they want to work, and they can schedule their availability for the future.

As a driver, you pick up items at the Amazon distribution center and deliver them directly to people’s homes. Items can range from a blow dryer at 10:00 p.m. to a bag of dog food in the morning.

How Do I Become a Driver?

To become an Amazon Flex driver, you need an Amazon account. Then visit the Flex website and submit your information. If you’re located in a participating city, you will get an email with a webinar link. The webinar will teach you how the program works and how to use the Flex app. After the webinar, you will be asked to submit your driver’s license number and car details; a clean driving record and background check is required. Once you’ve completed this process, you’re ready to start working. You can set up your availability and start picking up orders right away.

What Does a Regular Day Look Like?

When you show up to the distribution center, you will wait in a designated area for Amazon Flex drivers. An employee will call your name and give you the orders. Sometimes you will have just one package, and other days you will be handed several. Like Uber or Lyft, you use your smartphone to track orders and customer locations.

Each package will have special instructions, such as “deliver only if someone is home” or “check customer ID” — especially for liquor deliveries — and more. If you have any issues, Amazon does offer support to their drivers to help you navigate the process and any situations that arise. Once you are finished, you can head back and get back in line for more deliveries.

Benefits of Amazon Flex

With Amazon Flex, $18 an hour is the minimum pay rate; you are guaranteed that amount as long as you work. Additionally, customers can give tips online up to 48 hours after delivery and you receive 100% of the tipped amount.

Downsides of Amazon Flex

While the pay is excellent and the job is low-pressure, Amazon does not guarantee a minimum of hours. While one week you may be able to do 20 hours of deliveries, the next you may not get any. It can be a convenient way to make a decent side income, but it is not reliable enough to be a steady source of money.

Amazon Flex is another entry into the gig economy that allows you to use an app and pick up jobs when you have the time. An excellent supplement to your day job, you can take on orders and earn a good hourly wage when you have free time.

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Bautista wanted Amazon to come and clean up the mess but that didn’t happen.

The online retail giant also issued an official statement where they assured the public that this does not reflect the high standards they have for delivery service providers and that this individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages and they’re in direct communication with the customer.

The company did give Bautista a gift card to make up and apologize for all the crap he had to deal with (Literally), but Bautista did tell a local news channel that his real concern was for the customers who had packages delivered by the driver after she had taken the pooped.

This truly gives new meaning to the expression, “When you gotta go, you gotta go!”

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Entitled Thug Harasses Queen’s Guard, Gets KNOCKED THE HELL OUT After What He Says To Him



If you’re in London and see one of the fellas with the red suit, puffy black hat, and they click their heals and yell at you – then you better watch out. These are the Queen’s Guards and they are not to be messed with. They will jack you up, knock you out, and carry on with their day like nothing happened and there’s nothing you can do about it. But that didn’t stop this entitled guy from dancing in front of the Queen’s Guard in the video. He walks up, waltzes, does a flamboyant dance, and acts like the Guard won’t knock the entitlement out of him.

That’s where you’re wrong, kiddo. One punch to perpetrator’s face was all it took to knock the lights out of him and send him face first to the pavement. Onlookers stood by unexpectedly watching and gasping out of disbelief for what they’ve witnessed. This is something very few people were lucky to capture on film, but those who did got a show to share for everyone.

What is the Queen’s Guard? Wikipedia tells us the following:

The Queen’s Guard and Queen’s Life Guard (called King’s Guard and King’s Life Guard when the reigning monarch is male) are the names given to contingents of infantry and cavalry soldiers charged with guarding the official royal residences in the United Kingdom. The British Army has regiments of both Horse Guards and Foot Guards predating the English Restoration (1660), and since the reign of King Charles II these regiments have been responsible for guarding the Sovereign’s palaces. They are not purely ceremonial, despite tourist perceptions to the contrary. The Queen’s Guards are fully operational soldiers

The following videos are proof that you don’t mess with the Queen’s Guards. While their approach to combating rude people may be hilarious to some, you won’t find it funny when your jaw is in several places after they bust your face in and point a rifle at you. Don’t try this at home.

Queens Guard Punches Annoying Man!!!

Queens Guard Punches Annoying Man!!!

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One punch and it’s lights out for the dancing queen who thought he could irritate the Queen’s Guard and get away with it. No thanks bro, you’re out like the slow obese kid in dodge ball on the first throw. This video might be a prank, but this is what could happen if you get too close to the Queen’s Guard.

When the Queen’s Guards come marching by, then it’s your job to get out of the way. You can hear them marching from a mile away, so it’s your duty to move. If you don’t move, then they walk through you – not around you, and if you get injured in the process then it’s your own fault for being ignorant. And to be fair, how do you miss them? They stand out in a circus with those red suits and massive hats. Let’s not forget the rifles and bayonets. Would you stand in their way? No thanks!

GET BACK! GET BACK! The people recording this video are dolts seeking to get a viral video. It worked, but they risked getting stabbed or shot in the process. They’re lucky they didn’t catch a bayonet in the face. This is a reason why I could not ever be a Queen’s Guard. I may have stabbed at least 30 people by now if they pulled this YouTube nonsense. The Queen’s Guards are just standing there minding their own business and doing their job and people should really leave them alone.

Just your daily world class “thot” dancing in front of a Queen’s Guard. His amount of discipline to walk away from someone grabbing a quick video is outstanding. Hopefully she dropped him her number and paid him a visit when he was off-duty. There’s a good reason to believe she has some hidden tricks in that jacket of hers. If I was a guard, then I may have lost my job that day as I would’ve broken my position and gladly taken her number. Her dance moves wouldn’t survive an episode of “Soul Train” but she may have other talents. Or not, considering she looks like a Kardashian.

Every once in a while the Guards experience someone who isn’t acting foolish. This video shows a small child dressed as the Queen’s Guards and they might be a real fan. Either that or the parents wanted a cute video. Either way, it worked! The Guard in the video breaks formation for a moment to stand in a picture with the kid. This proves there’s really a human heart inside those robotic Queen’s Guards. We knew there was one in there, just had to catch them at a moment of weakness. However, act like a fool and that moment of weakness might turn into a fist of concrete and a bayonet up your rear end. Better be glad these Guards don’t have the chainsaw bayonet

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