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TROUBLE IN PARADISE: Jeff Sessions Just Laid The Ultimate Smackdown On The State Of Hawaii

This is it! We’re winning!



There seems to be quite a bit of confusion as to who has the most decision making power here in the United States. The people elected President Trump, and President Trump has made moves on our behalf. Unfortunately, those who decided that he is “not their President” are trying to circumvent the way our system works. One little news flash; if you still live in the United States, Donald Trump is your President, it’s kind of the law.

Instead of the nation respecting the executive orders, like they’re supposed to, the activist judges keep putting up petty road blocks to his order so that those the President deems to be dangerous can keep coming in. On particularly difficult area who continues to defy the law is the state of Hawaii. Federal District Court Judge Derrick Watson is trying to work around the law in order to effectively nullify the ban without really getting it struck down the legal way.

However, President Trump and his cabinet aren’t ones to back down from a fight, especially when the fight is to protect the American people. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided that if they say only the Supreme Court can decide this, then that’s what will have to happen. The Trump administration is going to do whatever it takes to ban potentially dangerous immigrants, even if it’s getting the SCOTUS involved.

WSB News reports:

“WASHINGTON – The Trump administration is seeking to close a legal window opened for tens of thousands of refugees to enter the United States, appealing a federal judge’s order directly to the Supreme Court.

U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson had ordered the government to allow in refugees formally working with a resettlement agency in the United States. His order also vastly expanded the list of U.S. family relationships that refugees and visitors from six Muslim-majority countries can use to get into the country, including grandparents and grandchildren.

In its appeal Friday night, the Justice Department said Watson’s interpretation of the Supreme Court’s ruling on what family relationships qualify refugees and visitors from the six Muslim-majority countries to enter the U.S. ’empties the court’s decision of meaning, as it encompasses not just ‘close’ family members, but virtually all family members. Treating all of these relationships as ‘close familial relationship(s)’ reads the term ‘close’ out of the Court’s decision.’

Only the Supreme Court can decide these issues surrounding the travel ban, the Justice Department said. ‘Only this Court can definitively settle whether the government’s reasonable implementation is consistent with this Court’s stay,’ it said.

The long, tangled legal fight is expected to culminate with arguments before the nation’s high court in October.

Citing a need to review its vetting process to ensure national security, the administration capped refugee admissions at 50,000 for the 12-month period ending Sept. 30, a ceiling it hit this week.

The federal budget can accommodate up to 75,000 refugees, but admissions have slowed under Trump, and the government could hold them to a trickle, resettlement agencies say.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions had said the administration would ask the Supreme Court to weigh in, bypassing the San Francisco-based 9th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals, which has ruled against it in the case.

The Supreme Court allowed a scaled-back version of the travel ban to take effect last month.

‘Once again, we are faced with a situation in which a single federal district court has undertaken by a nationwide injunction to micromanage decisions of the co-equal executive branch related to our national security,’ Sessions said. ‘By this decision, the district court has improperly substituted its policy preferences for the national security judgments of the executive branch in a time of grave threats.’

The administration took a first step by filing a notice of appeal to the 9th Circuit, allowing it to use a rule to petition the high court directly. There was no timetable for the Supreme Court to act, but the administration sought quick action to clarify the court’s June opinion.

The justices now are scattered during their summer recess, so any short-term action would come in written filings.

The administration has lost most legal challenges on the travel ban, which applies to citizens of Syria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Iran and Yemen.

The Supreme Court’s ruling exempted a large swath of refugees and travelers with a ‘bona fide relationship’ with a person or an entity in the U.S. The justices did not define those relationships but said they could include a close relative, a job offer or admission to a college or university.

The Trump administration defined the relationships as people who had a parent, spouse, fiance, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law or sibling already in the U.S.

Watson enlarged that group to include grandparents, grandchildren, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Hawaii Attorney General Douglas S. Chin, who sought the broader definition, said Thursday’s ruling ‘makes clear that the U.S. government may not ignore the scope of the partial travel ban as it sees fit.’

‘Family members have been separated and real people have suffered enough,’ Chin said.”

The bleeding hearts have their emotional and irrational arguments in full swing as they attempt to avoid the legally imperative process by which we keep this country safe. The rest of the world has bought into these illogical laws and become the playground of the petty war lords who wish to conquer and destroy other lands now that they’ve destroyed their own.

Is it possible that President Trump went over board with his travel ban? I suppose it’s possible. I mean, there’s not a huge chance that any particular one of us will be in the wrong place at the wrong time and get blown to bits by someone who came to this country with no loyalty to anyone other than their bloodthirsty god. But then again, the President made the best decision with the information that he had at the time (which is a heck of a lot more information than we have). He was elected to protect us, to preserve our country, serve our best interest, not anyone else’s, so better safe than sorry.

(Source: WSB News)

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NBA Anthem Singer Goes FULL RACIST MODE On The Court Against Trump After He Launches Petition To Stop Them

Time to send them back where they came from!



And once again we see no amount of money or fame can buy you class.

While the NBA has made it abundantly clear that players kneeling or displaying any other forms of activism during the signing of our national anthem will be followed by swift disciplined, sadly it seems that policy does not apply to those invited to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” prior to the games.

Friday night, Roc Nation artist, Justine Skye, (yeah never heard of her either), took a knee after singing the national anthem at the Brooklyn Nets home opener at The Barclays Center. Skye actually knelt while delivering the final note of the anthem. To which, as seen below, Skye was greeted by what sounded like a mix of both cheers and boos from the attending crowd.

So here is my question. Why doesn’t the NBA stipulate in whatever contract these so-called artists have to sign in order to sing the national anthem that they, in fact, need to stand for the duration of the time they are in the arena? And that if they don’t then they will be slapped with a huge fine or lawsuit? The NBA has done an awesome job at controlling its spoiled overpaid players, but they can’t control the temporary “hired help?” Really?

SBNation Reports:

The NBA actually has a rule against kneeling for the national anthem

Will the league enforce it if a player tests the rule? It did two decades ago, but it’s a different time now.

Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images
Dozens of NFL players knelt during the national anthem last Sunday, continuing Colin Kaepernick’s protest against racial injustice.

If you’re wondering if we might see a similar form of expression in the NBA, you might be surprised that there’s actually a rule against it.

Officially, the rule is this:

2) Players, coaches, and trainers are to stand and line up in a dignified posture along the sidelines or on the foul line during the playing of the National Anthem.
You can see it in the league’s official rulebook under the “Player/Team Conduct and Dress” section, below a rule requiring players to be “uniformly dressed” and above one requiring coaches to wear a sports coat.

The NBA did not reply to our request for comment.

However, on Friday, the NBA issued a memo to teams reminding them of the rule that requires players and coaches to stand for the national anthem.

Adam Silver confirmed to reporters that the league expects players to stand for the national anthem, citing the rule. He did not answer whether players would be penalized if the rule was broken.

Asked if a player will be penalized if he doesn’t stand for the anthem, Adam Silver says such a situation would be dealt with if it arises.

NBA Players Association Executive Director Michele Roberts also suggested the players would address a kneeling situation with the league only should it happen.

“I haven’t discussed it with Adam because I haven’t needed to,” Roberts told Yahoo! Sports’ Chris Mannix. “I was not the executive director when the [Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf situation] happened, but I’m aware of the rule and the players are aware of the rule. We’ll see. This is a different commissioner. This is a different time.

“I disagree with the view that taking a knee is disrespectful,” Roberts continued. “But there is a rule. I don’t know that we’ll see because I don’t know if we’ll have a player do that. We’ve not yet had a player do that. But if it fact and if in fact the league responds by deciding to impose some penalty, then we will, as we’ve done for every player that wants to challenge the discipline, will support and defend that player.”

This weekend, we saw the NBA become embroiled in the national debate.
After Stephen Curry said he would not visit the White House to celebrate the team’s championship, President Donald Trump tweeted that he was disinvited. LeBron James then called Trump a “bum,” many NBA players expressed support for Curry, and the Warriors reacted in their own ways on Saturday.

On Saturday, Oakland Athletics rookie catcher Bruce Maxwell became the first MLB player to kneel during the anthem. (It’s worth repeating that he was not protesting the anthem itself.) We’ve seen protests from WNBA players and teams, most recently the L.A. Sparks before Game 1 of the WNBA Finals. We’ve seen protests from stars on the U.S. women’s national soccer team and at many collegiate and amateur sporting leagues.

But with the NBA season only a month away, there may be players who feel they should join the protest, too.

If any players do, it won’t be the first time the NBA’s national anthem rule has been tested.

The NBA had an anthem “controversy” two decades ago
Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf was a wiry 6’1 point guard with a lightning-quick jump shot. He would be the league’s all-time leading free-throw shooter by percentage, except he’s 39 attempts short of officially qualifying. During the 1995-96 season with the Denver Nuggets, he chose to sit or remain in the locker room during the national anthem.

No one noticed until a local reporter mentioned it in March. Once he did, many were outraged.

NBA commissioner David Stern suspended Abdul-Rauf for one game and negotiated a compromise: Abdul-Rauf would stand for the anthem, but he could do so with his eyes closed and head bowed in prayer. Abdul-Rauf was a devout Muslim and his religion was a major reason why he chose to originally begin his silent protest, so he complied with Stern’s request.

But Abdul-Rauf was traded to the Kings at the end of the season, lost sponsorships, and then lost his starting spot on his new team. When his contract expired in 1998, Abdul-Rauf was only 29, but no team showed interest in signing him. He was essentially blacklisted from the league, playing only 41 games three seasons later before officially retiring.

In 2017, things have changed.
The league has many outspoken advocates for social justice and has worked with players to help amplify those voices. In early September, Silver and Roberts co-signed a letter to players encouraging them to express their views on social issues affecting their communities.

But no one knows exactly how the NBA would respond if one of its players took his message to the court itself. We can’t know how the league will treat one of its players kneeling during the anthem until it happens.

Technically, kneeling during the anthem is not allowed by the NBA. We’ll see if the league enforces the rule should the situation arise, as it did two decades ago.

Although we all know very well how NBA players feel about the nation that has made them filthy rich, at least they won’t be disrespecting our flag. Makes you really stop and wonder why the NFL refuses to take a step like this.

Liberals have been after the NFL for years, to the point that they have even tried to ban it because of concussions. But we all know their real hate against football was that they considered it to be “Too Masculine,” and that doesn’t fit their agenda. So they finally found a way to kill it, with the help of the players who are too stupid to figure out they are killing off their own livelihood.

Notice how all that talk of concessions has now disappeared? Convenient, don’t you think?

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41 Americans Found Dead In US And Now Islamic State Terrorists Are Celebrating For SICK Reason

This is horrific!



The wildfires in California have destroyed hundreds of homes and left forty one Americans dead. It is a tragedy beyond belief that has not gotten that much media attention. While our nation is mourning this horrific incident our enemies are rejoicing. ISIS included the California wildfires in the news briefs section of their news organization that reports weekly.

ISIS paid particular attention to the devastation, the damage estimates, and death toll. In the past, they have encouraged the use of arson as a scare tactic but never took responsibility for the deadly wildfires that have been taking place recently.

In their sixteen page newsletter that they distribute through PDF, they took note of the strong winds which have made the wildfire worse. They cited the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. While also taking pleasure in finding out that some bodies had been burned beyond recognition.

PJ Media reported,

“”Thousands of people became homeless,” ISIS said, adding stats from earlier in the week on “the most destructive fire in the history of the state.” This past January, ISIS’ Rumiyah magazine — which is published in multiple languages including English — stressed to would-be jihadists that “incendiary attacks have played a significant role in modern and guerrilla warfare, as well as in ‘lone wolf’ terrorism,” claiming a November fire at a furniture factory in Losino-Petrovsky, Russia, and highlighting scores of wildfires around Israel that month as incidents that “demonstrated the lethality of such an effortless operation.””

Locations for suggested arson attacks were plentiful. This included houses, apartment buildings, forest areas, factories, gas stations, hospitals, clubs, banks. As well as car showrooms, schools, universities, bars and more. There is truly nothing off limits.

ISIS gave further instructions to plan attacks in the late hours of the evening and early hours of the morning because people are usually asleep. They went as far as to explain how to block off exits so people cannot escape and what types of wood to use to start large wildfires.

PJ Media also reported,

“The terror group did not mention blazes in Spain and Portugal, a wave authorities have pegged in part as likely arson. Police recently arrested an arson suspect in Sonoma, but slammed the “really crazy” rumor that he was connected to this month’s massive outbreak of blazes that killed 42 people. “There’s a story out there he’s the arsonist for these fires. That is not the case. There is no indication he is related to these fires at all,” Sonoma County Sheriff Rob Giordano said at a Tuesday news conference. “I just did want to kill that speculation right now so we didn’t have things running too far out of control.”

Jesus Fabian Gonzalez, a transient, told authorities he’d started a small fire at Maxwell Farms Regional Park in Sonoma, where he was known by patrol officers to sleep, in order to keep warm. He was caught walking away with a fire extinguisher and a lighter. The small blaze was quickly extinguished before spreading. He was being held in the Sonoma County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail. CalFire said the causes of the blazes remain under investigation. At the peak of the fires, with 100,000 people forced to evacuate, 21 major blazes were burning across the state that charred 245,000 acres. Damage is currently estimated at 6,900 structures destroyed. Nine large wildfires continue to burn.”

Even though ISIS has not taken responsibility for the wildfires the timing of it leads to suspicious motives. This terrible destruction has led people to believe the Mexican drug cartels are responsible.

One byproduct of the wildfires is the devastation done to the marijuana growing industry. Hundreds of thousands of crops have been destroyed as well as cash. Because the industry is still frowned upon, it relies heavily on cash because credit card companies refuse to do business with them. Now with a lack of product and a lack of cash on hand, an entire industry will have to start from scratch again. This does not even include the entire agriculture industry.

The cartels have a large share of the billion-dollar illegal drug trade, specifically marijuana. If the wildfires continue, prices will be driven up which ultimately hurts competitors. Thus the cartels are highly incentivized to see the United States market struggle.

If such a thing were true it would cause a massive international crisis between Mexico and the United States. A relationship already in despair due to negotiations over the Mexican-American border wall. However, no evidence has proven this yet and it is mere speculation.

Regardless of who or what is responsible this is a tragedy of epic proportions for the West Coast of the United States and it will take a long time for them to recover. FEMA has been working hard to help families restore their communities but it will take time and money. The President and first responders on the ground are doing everything in their power to make a difference and in the long run they will.

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BREAKING: 3 Massacred In FL By Madman, More Deaths Coming – Cops Issue URGENT Warning

This is bad!



How do you find a killer who is untraceable, undetectable, without knowing the motive?

3 people have been murdered by a madman and police are baffled.

Via Daily Mail:

“A neighborhood in Tampa, Florida has been terrorized by a string of seemingly random shootings that have left three dead in little more than a week.

The shooter struck the Seminole Heights neighborhood once again on Thursday night, when police patrols saturating the area heard the gunshots but were unable to catch the murderer.

Instead, they found dead Anthony Naiboa, 20, a man with autism who had gotten off the bus at the wrong stop on his way home from work and was walking to a different bus stop.

‘Enough is enough,’ Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said in a frustrated plea to the killer at a televised press conference on Thursday.

‘I don’t know what your motive is. I don’t know what your problem is. There’s been enough carnage. You have severely affected some families.

Although cops won’t say outright they suspect a serial killer, they believe the three murders are linked.

A video of a potential person of interest in the first shooting is among the few clues for investigators, who have called in FBI profilers to assist.

The first victim, 22-year-old Benjamin Edward Mitchell, was shot on October 9 near a bus stop a block away from the most recent shooting, and died from his injuries at a hospital. Cops said he had no criminal record.

Days later, Monica Caridad Hoffa, 32, was found dead on October 13, although police believe she was killed two days earlier. Her body was found in a vacant lot by a city worker.

The three shootings took place within a few thousand feet of each other in the residential neighborhood.

All three victims were bus riders and all three were shot at or near bus stops. Mitchell and Naiboa both attended Middleton High School.

Authorities have said repeatedly that the three victims were not criminals and that there is no personal connection between them.

Cops blanketed the area after the initial slayings, but it was not enough to prevent the sidewalk murder of the third victim, Naiboa.

‘You can imagine the frustration of these officers to hear gunshots and not be able to find this person,’ Dugan said at the conference.

‘He was in the prime of his life and was taken instantly.’

Dugan pleaded with the public for information about the individual in the surveillance video, warning not to assume the suspect’s race or gender, which cops could not determine from the footage.

‘This is, you know, very frustrating,’ Dugan said. ‘I go from frustration to anger on these unsolved homicides. And now, we have someone who is terrorizing the neighborhood. It’s just difficult to see this happen.’

The chief also urged the community not to retreat into their homes, and continue to maintain a public presence on the streets – though the department warns against walking alone at night.

‘Do cookouts, walk your dog,’ he said. ‘We’re not going to be held hostage by whoever’s doing this.’

Anyone with information about the murders is urged to contact the Tampa Bay Police Department at 813-231-6130.”

This is why crimes really should never be politicized. I.E. forcing gun control, gun free zones etc. We as a society need to find out why people kill in the first place. If you look at the victims, there are no connections between them. Are there any ideas that the community of Tampa has that could help find the murderer? We need to come together as humanity and put politics, race religion aside and to find out who is murdering these people. When we use labels to find out why that only seems to make things worse and it will divide us more. Without racial profiling, I personally think the best thing to do, is for the community to start organizing town hall meetings with the city’s leadership and police and come together to work on ideas how they can catch this crook. This is unacceptable and the people do not need to live in fear in their own home.

I can’t imagine right now what the people and the police of Tampa are going through at the moment. I really do hope they do catch this murderer before more lives are lost. I will pray for the safety of the community and that they continue to live and love life without any fear. I have faith that the police will be successful. I also will pray for the families who lost loved ones during this ordeal. No one should ever have to go with losing a loved through the acts of murder. I personally believe God does see all and karma will bite this murderer in the butt, it’s not a matter of if but a matter of when.

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