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A Texas Sheriff Faces Backlash From Black Lives Matter Over Publishing “All Lives Matter” Ad, He Is Refusing To Back Down From His Statement

Texas Sheriff Parnell McNamara has received backlash from Black Lives Matter over an Ad he took out in the newspaper.

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Texas Sheriff Parnell McNamara has received backlash from Black Lives Matter over an Ad he took out in the Tribune newspaper.
McNamara was sick and tired of people accusing the phrase, “All lives matter,” of being a racial put-down, and politically incorrect to say.

McNamara’s Ad read,

“ALL LIVES MATTER!”

ALL LIVES MATTER. YOUR LIFE MATTERS, MINE, POLICE, JOHN Q CITIZEN. IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT COLOR YOU ARE.
EVERY HUMAN BEING HAS A RIGHT TO LIVE
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McNamara is sticking with his statement and is apologizing to no one for it.

McNamarus believes that the Black Lives Matter movement is responsible for the anti-police movement.

I KNOW OF NO POLICE OFFICER THAT PUTS HIS BADGE AND GUN ON IN THE MORNING AND GOES TO WORK WANTING TO HURT SOMEONE OR KILL SOMEONE.”

Joe Weltera, critic of the Ad and chairman of the Community Race Relations Coalition board, told the Tribune…

YOU CAN SAY, ‘ALL LIVES MATTER,’ BUT THE FACT IS THROUGHOUT OUR HISTORY, AND EVEN CURRENTLY, WE DO NOT VALUE BLACK LIVES AS MUCH AS WE DO OTHER LIVES.”

To prove his point, Welter cites a statistic that was published in the Washington Post:

OF ALL OF THE UNARMED PEOPLE SHOT AND KILLED BY POLICE IN THE UNITED STATES IN 2015, 40 PERCENT OF THEM WERE BLACK MEN.”

This may sound like a winning statistic for the Black Lives Matter movement, but it’s just a tricky set of numbers that the Obama administration uses to illustrate a false narrative of racism. There is more to the story then BLM would like the public to know.

Keep in mind that Police officers are called into situations like traffic stops or domestic violence disputes with no prior knowledge of the race of the person’s involved. Officers are leery of African American men in some situation because of a statistic that reveals that American police officers are 18 times more likely to be shot and killed by a black man than an unarmed black man is to be shot and killed by an officer. Many of these unarmed shootings occur while the victim is assaulting the police officer, or trying to steal the officer’s weapons.

For example, the Micheal Brown case that cemented the Black Lives Matter movement. Brown was unarmed when he was shot, but had already robbed a convenience store, ruffed up a store employee and attacked Officer Wilson. Although Brown is included in the 40% Statistic, he’s also a criminal and not an innocent Black man who was racially profiled by police, like BLM would have you believe.

All evidence exposes that Brown had reached into Officer Wilson’s vehicle, tried to take the officer’s gun and after being shot in the hand, while his hand was inside the vehicle, took off running. Wilson pursued brown, and at some point, Brown charged at officer Wilson. Officer Wilson had to make a split-second decision, whether or not to shoot Brown who was unarmed, or give the 300-pound, young man, a second chance to overtake him and possibly kill him. The Left uses the Brown case as an example of police brutality. The left doesn’t care that Brown was a criminal and was attacking a police officer, it only matters that Brown was unarmed and was shot. This is the type of lies the Black Lives Matter movement is based on.

Using lies and twisted facts Black Lives Matter movement hopes to impact future generations of black men to disobey and murder police officers. This is why Texas McNamara took out the Ad in the newspaper, he felt it crucial to stand up to BLM and voice his opinion.

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BREAKING: Court Just DEMANDED That Trump Has To Enforce Obama’s Sick Policy – This MUST Be Stopped!

NO DAMN WAY!

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Liberals and feminists have a long list of “rights” that they demand at the tax payer’s expense, but none is demanded as firmly as the so-called “reproductive rights.” Apparently the “life, liberty and pursuit of happiness” is outdated and should include “right to reproduce and then murder offspring in utero” if the Constitution is to reflect the current climate among those who need government assistance.

While it’s bad enough that Americans are allowing children to be killed while in the mother’s womb, thanks to some Obama era policies and judges who like to legislate from the bench, we will now be forcing employers to provide oral contraceptives and even providing abortions for illegal aliens.

According to the Conservative Review, these are cases where the President decided that neither employers, nor the United States government are to be held financially responsible for the results of the sexual activity of those legal or illegal residents of the U.S.  You see, unlike appendicitis, pregnancy is 100% preventable, and making other people pay for your choices is not only socialist, it’s just plain crazy:

“Since a court has now ruled that illegal aliens have the right to come here and demand access to an abortion, what a Pennsylvania judge did last week may not be surprising. But it’s no less insane.

Judge Wendy Beetlestone, an Obama appointee to the U.S. District for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, ruled that the Trump administration must continue enforcing the Obama-era contraception mandate, forcing employers to directly or indirectly provide contraception as part of their mandated insurance benefits for their employees. As part of a growing trend, Beetlestone applied the injunction nationwide against yet another good policy from the Trump administration, this time at the behest of Pennsylvania’s attorney general. Obama’s legacy lives on through the courts.”

This is troubling on many levels, not the least of which being that it’s just another way for those who disagree with President Trump’s policies to circumvent the decisions of the President that the people elected. Judges are in non-elected positions to shield them from the backlash of people who might disagree with their decisions. Unfortunately, that means that if an unconstitutional one slips through (or is shoved through by a less than ethical party) their decisions are extremely damaging:

So, how can a state government obtain standing [sic] to sue for the imposition of a contraception mandate? Here is the kicker from Judge Beetlestone:

The Commonwealth’s concern is absent available cost-effective contraception, women will either forgo contraception entirely or choose cheaper but less effective methods — individual choices which will result in an increase in unintended pregnancies. That, in turn, will inflict economic harm on the Commonwealth because unintended pregnancies are more likely to impose additional costs on Pennsylvania’s state-funded health programs.

In October, President Trump stopped enforcing an Obama-era arrangement to coerce employers into covering contraception and abortifacients in violation of their religious beliefs. But as I observed in the Masterpiece Cake Shop case, this is about more than religious liberty. It’s an issue of property rights. No employer should be forced to cover a particular drug, especially one that is so readily available. Acknowledging that there is no evidence of harm or people dying on the streets with pregnancies they can’t handle due to the $20 “burden” of birth control, the judge cloddishly defended her injunction by asserting that ‘there is no need to wait for the axe to fall before an injunction is appropriate.’

After almost every lower court upheld Obama’s new scheme, the Supreme Court refused to rule on it, allowing the muddled status to continue in the lower courts. In 2015, in the Stormans case, the Ninth Circuit ruled that a Washington state pharmacy must provide essentially every type of contraception under the sun, even though 30 other vendors sold all the products within five miles. SCOTUS refused to grant an appeal to the owners of the pharmacy. Now, a single Pennsylvania judge is able to force the entire scheme on a subsequent president.

The legal system and corrupt courts have elevated the “right” to an abortion or contraception to such a level that now America is becoming a magnet for abortion chain migration. Remember when the U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. created a right for illegals to come here and demand an abortion? The ACLU has two more customers to sue the government for such a right. And guess what? They are going back to Judge Tanya Chutkan, the same D.C. federal judge who issued the first order!”

This year will no doubt be remembered for many things: President Trump’s political shakeup, scandals plaguing not only Hollywood but also Washington, not to mention North Korea and the dangers that it brings with it. But all of those changes will pale in comparison to the potential damage that can be done by liberal activist judges who find it within their per-view to re-write the law to reflect their own personal opinions.

[H/T: Conservative Review]

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BREAKING: 50 Congressional Members QUITTING After SICK ‘Megastory’ Exposes Them ALL – This Is HUGE

The trash is taking itself out!

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Washington’s current climate of constant accusations and scandal has left the nation somewhat taken aback at the reality of what is going on behind closed doors, funded by the hard-working taxpayers. That disgust is followed quickly by the frustration of not knowing which accusations are true, and which are paid positions, used to manipulate the results of elections.

While we, the people, try and sort out who is truly in Washington to carry out the will of the people, and who is trying to turn their congressional offices into their own personal harem, many on the hill are just as confused as we are, trying to figure out which of the people they’ve worked alongside are predators, and which might be sticking around for a while.

One recent report from Politico has Washington insiders scrambling. The report claims that a news organization might be releasing the names of up to 50 lawmakers who have been involved in a scandal that could end their career. As if that weren’t bad enough, not only will those elected officials be affected, but everyone on their staff, as well as anyone else who’s close to them:

“The details change almost daily, but the rumor won’t die: A credible news organization is preparing to unmask at least 20 lawmakers in both parties for sexual misconduct.

Washington is also gripped by uncertainty over whether the nationwide awakening to workplace misconduct might be manipulated into a political weapon. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) went to law enforcement after being targeted last week by a forged harassment complaint against him, and Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) last month parried a false accusation of misconduct posted on Twitter.”

“You want to have a welcome environment to report abuse — you don’t want to deter victims,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said in an interview. “But you’ve got to have enough due process and scrutiny to make sure it’s accurate.”

“I think this environment is pretty crazy right now,” Graham added, and “what happened to Sen. Schumer is a concern to a lot of us.”

Just this month, five members of Congress have been forced to resign or retire after being accused of sexual misconduct: Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) and Reps. John Conyers (D-Mich.), Ruben Kihuen (D-Nev.), Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) and Blake Farenthold (R-Texas).

Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) also called it quits after graphic text messages sent by him were posted online.

The raft of accusations and departures is prompting uncomfortable conversations all over the Capitol.

Aides in one Democrat’s office were summoned recently to a meeting organized by a fellow staffer and asked whether they’d ever heard of an accusation against their boss, according to a source in the room. Other press secretaries have asked their bosses about any personal skeletons, wanting to unearth possible sexual landmines [sic] before they detonate in the media.”

What Democrats want and what the people want might be a little different in this case. Washington isn’t Vegas, and we would be better off if more people remembered that. You shouldn’t go looking for free money, and what happens there doesn’t stay there. The accountability standards aren’t all that high, and yet those who promised to serve the people of their constituency still can’t seem to live up to it, in many cases.

Those who have perpetrated these crimes are obviously sweating it out right now, and with good reason, but those who’ve done nothing wrong shouldn’t have anything to fear, and yet the false accusers are almost as plentiful as those with a real grievance:

“What no one on Capitol Hill knows for sure is where legitimacy begins and ends. Part of the reason that the rumor about 20 or more lawmakers being unmasked as sexual harassers has proved so durable is that, after the recent wave of resignations, it feels both shocking and believable.

The speculation about a harassment story started more than a month ago, even before Conyers became the first lawmaker connected to harassment allegations. Sometimes POLITICO is named as the media outlet behind the story, but CNN and The New York Times are occasionally called the central players in the speculation.

By last week, The Washington Post was the organization, and the number of members had grown more grandiose.

‘I am hearing The Post has a list of 40-50, evenly split between the parties, that have had sexual harassment charges,” one lobbyist texted POLITICO.

Since the speculation began, members and aides from both parties in recent weeks have buttonholed reporters to try to gauge what they’re working on regarding sexual harassment — and, perhaps, to put their own minds at ease that no one is dogging them. In the past week alone, at least four lawmakers have asked POLITICO whether the bombshell story is real.

The atmosphere in Congress has reached the point that one Republican leadership staffer told POLITICO she worries that members might think the worst if they’re called into Speaker Paul Ryan’s office.”

America is finally feeling the results of its acceptance of the “if it feels good, do it” doctrine, and it’s not a good feeling. What started out as the activities of the morally desolate has finally become acceptable by anyone who thinks they can get away with it, and it has bread a culture of predators and victims.

Alexis de Tocqueville said a long time ago that “America is great because America is good; and if America ever ceases to be good, she will no longer be great.” We are at a turning point, and if we can change the way our lawmakers view morality, we might be able to turn back to greatness. If not, the future is bleak.

[H/T: Politco]

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One Word Explains SJWs Attempt To Change Our Culture

Chuck Yarling

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2017 is definitely the year that social justice warriors (SJWs) have been active in removing Confederate statues and anything else they seem to think should be removed from our sights. Indeed most people are unaware that it actually started in June of 2015 right after the Charleston, S.C., shooting. It was there that Dylan Roof murdered nine African Americans in their church during their service.

Since then, cities across the country began removing monuments and memorials related to the Confederacy on public property. It seemed that these social justice warriors believed these things glorified white supremecy and memorialized a government whose founding principle was the perpetuation and expansion of slavery.

Needless to say these idiots jumped on the Confederate flag too. However, everyone who did so were totally unaware (history-deficient, ill-informed, stupid?) that the flag to which they referred, with the crossed blue banners containing stars was not the Confederate flag but a battle flag of the northern Virginia. Everyone with a little historical knowledge learned that the “real” flag had the “Stars and Bars”. There is a difference, doncha know?

And ever since the Roof killing spree, Confederate stuff has been removed from the sight of mankind to distant places. So what’s going on here? It’s called presentism: (more…)

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