Massachusetts Sheriff: Arrest Leaders Of Sanctuary Cities

A white haired white man speaks truth to power. You bastards are going to be arrested for flouting the law and putting our people at risk.

I hope you sh*ts enjoy prison. That means you Mayor Rahm Emmanuel, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Mayor Eric Garcetti and the rest of you.

CBS Local Boston

WASHINGTON (CBS) – A Massachusetts law enforcement official testifying before Congress on Tuesday called for leaders of sanctuary cities to be arrested.

Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told the House Subcommittee on Illegal Immigration that sanctuary cities “have become magnets for illegal aliens, some of which have violent criminal records.”

“If these sanctuary cities are going to harbor and conceal criminal illegal aliens from ICE, which is in direct violation of Title 8 of the U.S. Code, federal arrest warrants should be issued for their elected officials,” Hodgson said. “Our citizens would be safer if we never stopped enforcing immigration law and if we never formed or turned a blind eye toward sanctuary cities.”

He also took aim at a Massachusetts legislator who passed along rumors of a planned ICE raid in Brockton on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Rep. Michelle DuBois, D-Brockton, warned her constituents in a Facebook post “if you are undocumented don’t go out on the street. If there is a knock on the door of your house and you don’t know who it is, don’t open the door.”

FEEL THE LOVE. CAUCASIAN (MIDGET?) MICHELLE DUBOIS SHOWING HER AFFINITY FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR. LOCK HER UP!

Hodgson called her actions “outrageous.”

“This is the most outrageous, outrageous example of what is going on across the United States that is undermining my job and every other law enforcement officer in the United States,” he said.

The outspoken sheriff said there is no bigger threat to public safety than illegal immigration. He said his correctional officers have become de facto ICE agents and are able to perform all immigration-related actions.

Hodgson drew criticism from civil rights groups earlier this year when he joined an ICE screening group to identify inmates who may have entered the country illegally. He also made an offer to President Donald Trump to have inmates help build the proposed Mexican border wall.

On Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said sanctuary cities like Boston must end, and that those cities risk losing federal money. Democrats across the Commonwealth have pushed back and said they stand with sanctuary cities.

The war for the soul of America is heating up. Let the left fire the first shots. Then we lock all of them up.

Company introduces ‘snowflake test’ to weed out ‘whiny, entitled millennials’

Deep State British propagandist Metro News serves up a heapin’ helpin’ of leftist bias in its reporting on a business owner who wants to hire his kind of people.

Metro would go down easier without its constantly slanted reporting. Recognize it as mixing news with indoctrination.

Any liberty lover would grant a business owner the right to hire people to his liking.

metro.co.uk

Trigger warning! Millennials may want to retreat to their ‘safe spaces’ after a company introduced a ‘snowflake test’ specifically to weed them out.

A (ridiculously macho) American company has introduced a quiz for applicants – full of questions designed specifically to weed out ‘whiny, entitled millennials’.

This being America, it’s full of crazy stuff about how much you love guns and how patriotic you are – and CEO Kyle Reyes actually seems proud of the fact 60% of applicants drop out after hearing about the test.

Yeah, #MAGA, dude! And whatever else it is that low-IQ Trump supporters like to say!

Reyes says, ‘A snowflake is somebody who is going to whine and complain and come to the table with nothing but an entitled attitude and an inability to back their perspective.’

The questions include, ‘What does America mean to you?’, and ‘When was the last time you cried and why?’

In case you aren’t already barfing up your breakfast, here’s the full quiz.

Link to video with Reyes discussing the snowflake test

One quick final thought. This test is probably just a marketing gimmick. You know it’s going to weed out blacks and Latinos. Thus, the American courts would find it discriminatory. Kyle Reyes is playing us, I think.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Sci-Fi Writer and Anti-White Racist Ursula K. Le Guin

When I go seeking inspirational quotes, I’m sometimes led to interesting places. Not all them really inspirational. That quote above offers some practical advice about reality. Then I went about learning more about the author. A shock set in.

I believe Ursula K.Le Guin is a crypto-Jew. For a harsh critique of her hatred of the white race, click here to visit Heretical.

Her Wikipedia entry also confirms her anti-white bias. Here’s an excerpt that covers the basics:

Ursula Kroeber Le Guin (US /ˈɜːrsələ ˈkroʊbər ləˈɡwɪn/;[1] born October 21, 1929) is an American author of novels, children’s books, and short stories, mainly in the genres of fantasy and science fiction. She has also written poetry and essays. First published in the 1960s, her work has often depicted futuristic or imaginary alternative worlds in politics, the natural environment, gender, religion, sexuality and ethnography. In 2016, The New York Times described her as “America’s greatest living science fiction writer”,[2] although she herself has said she would prefer to be known as an “American novelist”.[3]

She influenced such Booker Prize winners and other writers as Salman Rushdie and David Mitchell – and notable science fiction and fantasy writers including Neil Gaiman and Iain Banks.[4] She has won the Hugo Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, and World Fantasy Award, each more than once.[4][5] In 2014, she was awarded the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.[6] In 2003 she was made a Grandmaster of Science Fiction, one of only a handful of woman writers to take the top honour in a genre that has come to be dominated by male writers.[7] Le Guin has resided in Portland, Oregon, since 1959.[8]

Le Guin became interested in literature quite early. At age 11 she submitted her first story to the magazine Astounding Science Fiction. It was rejected.[17] She continued writing but did not attempt to publish for ten years.

From 1951 to 1961 she wrote five novels, which publishers rejected because they seemed inaccessible.[12] She also wrote poetry during this time, including Wild Angels (1975).[12]

Her earliest writings, some of which she adapted in Orsinian Tales and Malafrena, were non-fantastic stories of imaginary countries. Searching for a way to express her interests, she returned to her early interest in science fiction; in the early 1960s her work began to be published regularly.

If Le Guin is not Jewish, it would be interesting to have David Duke interview her on why her writing is so anti-white.

Deplorable Mike Cernovich Says Interview Fair in #fakenews Story on 60 Minutes

MIKE CERNOVICH. SELF-DESCRIBED JOURNALIST.

Author (Gorilla Mindset) and blogger Mike Cernovich pushed himself into the middle of election 2016. His pro-Trump positions were embraced by the Deplorables.

Via some clever self-promotion, he takes the credit for the “Hillary has Parkinson’s Disease” theory. Thus, on Sunday night, 60 Minutes interviewd Cernovich about that issue in a story on #fakenews.

Mediaite

Right wing media was abuzz this weekend after learning that Michael Cernovich would appear on 60 Minutes to discuss his website Danger and Play and fake news. The final result, Sunday, was a tense exchange between the liberal bête noire, and interviewer Scott Pelley.

Despite the tension, Cernovich said the interview was “fair” and even declared the segment “good journalism.”

“It was fair. They took their shots at me while giving me a chance to respond,” he said in a statement to Mediaite. “I have no issues with it at all. It was good journalism.”

During the interview, Pelley laced into Cernovich over his coverage of Hillary Clinton’s health, specifically calling out a story he published titled “Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s Disease, Physician Confirms.”

Pelley: You don’t think that’s misleading?

Cernovich: No.

You believe it’s true today?

Oh, absolutely…She had a seizure and froze up walking into her motorcade that day.

Well, she had pneumonia. I mean…

How do you know? Who told you that?

Well, the campaign told us that.

Why would you trust the campaign?

The point is you didn’t talk to anybody who’d ever examined Hillary Clinton.

I don’t take anything Hillary Clinton is going to say at all as true. I’m not going to take her on her word. The media says we’re not going to take Donald Trump on his word. And that’s why we are in these different universes.

Cernovich is alt-light, not alt-right.

He’s also a self-promoter par excellence.

Although I can’t cite any examples here, I’ve caught him in quite a few falsehoods when I’ve checked his Tweets.

This Tweet is dubious.

Which is not to say that Cernovich never does good work. His fans are ecstatic over this quote.

60 Minutes is theater designed to get our attention off the real issues. David Duke, for example, would be a better interview than Cernovich. But you just know that CBS does not want a discussion of Jewish control of the media and banking. The topic of #fakenews is a lot safer.

Nice Lady Introduces Negro Burglar to Mr. Shotgun (Video)

This is a very satisfying video to watch. A black burglar gets the scare of his life. Watch him run. Fun!

Published on Mar 24, 2017

A mother in Miami Gardens, Florida protecting her 10-year-old daughter and 3-year-old son from a would-be robber thwarted his plans when she pulled a shotgun on him earlier this month.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Sci-Fi Writer Poul Anderson

Learn more about Poul Anderson at Wikipedia.

Poul William Anderson (November 25, 1926 – July 31, 2001)[2] was an American science fiction author who began his career during the Golden Age of the genre and continued to write and remain popular into the 21st century. Anderson also authored several works of fantasy, historical novels, and a prodigious number of short stories. He received numerous awards for his writing, including seven Hugo Awards and three Nebula Awards.

n many stories, Anderson commented on society and politics. Whatever other vicissitudes his views went through, he firmly retained his belief in the direct and inextricable connection between human liberty and expansion into space, for which reason he strongly cried out against any idea of space exploration being “a waste of money” or “unnecessary luxury”.

The connection between space flight and freedom is clearly (as is stated explicitly in some of the stories) an extension of the nineteenth-century American concept of the Frontier, where malcontents can advance further and claim some new land, and pioneers either bring life to barren asteroids (as in Tales of the Flying Mountains) or settle on Earth-like planets teeming with life, but not intelligent forms (such as New Europe in Star Fox).

Anderson set much of his work in the past, often with the addition of magic, or in alternate or future worlds that resemble past eras. A specialty was his ancestral Scandinavia, as in his novel versions of the legends of Hrólf Kraki (Hrolf Kraki’s Saga) and Haddingus (The War of the Gods). Frequently he presented such worlds as superior to the dull, over-civilized present.

Angry over U.S. healthcare fail, Trump voters spare him blame

Excerpt from Reuters

The day after the flaming out of U.S. President Donald Trump’s first major legislative initiative, his supporters across America were lashing out – at conservatives, at Democrats, at leaders of his Republican Party in Congress.

Only Trump himself was spared their wrath.

Many voters who elected him appeared largely willing to give him a pass on the collapse of his campaign promise to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system, stressing his short time in office.

“Being a businessman, he’ll not take ‘no’ for an answer,” said Tony Nappi, a 71-year-old from Trinity, Florida, one of the many disappointed Republicans on his weekend softball team. “He’ll get the job done.”

Support for Trump appeared unflagging, from the playing fields of a Republican stronghold in central Florida to the small town diners of North Carolina, the suburbs of Arkansas and the streets of working-class Staten Island in New York City.

Rebellion among members of his own party sealed the failure of Trump’s effort to repeal and replace the 2010 Affordable Care Act – known as Obamacare – the signature domestic policy achievement of Democratic former President Barack Obama.

Despite casting himself on the campaign trail as “the best dealmaker there is”, Trump could not save the healthcare bill yanked by Republican leaders in the House of Representatives on Friday in an embarrassing turn of events for them and Trump. Objections among Republican moderates and the party’s most conservative lawmakers left leaders short of the votes needed for passage, with Democrats unified in opposition.

“He can’t wave a magic wand,” said Ramona Bourdo, 70, a retired nurse, eating breakfast at a McDonald’s in suburban Little Rock, Arkansas. “I’ve not lost confidence in him.”

Still, the barista at the Grind Cafe in Morganton, North Carolina, who cannot afford his own insurance and remains on his parents’ plan, felt Trump shared responsibility in the debacle.

“I think it’s partially his fault,” said Joel Martin, a 21-year-old Republican and Trump supporter. “I don’t think he has enough personal knowledge to do what he needs to do to get a healthcare bill through Congress.”

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His hometown, population 17,000, sits within the heavily rural congressional district of Representative Mark Meadows, a North Carolina Republican whose opposition as the head of the conservative House Freedom Caucus helped sink the bill.

Sharing in the frustration of loyal Republicans was 82-year-old Jeanette Madison, a registered independent in the New York City borough of Staten Island, who voted for Trump.

“I blame the Democrats and Republicans in Congress. They are a bunch of bastards. I’m just fed up,” she said, apologizing for colorful language as she walked her dog down a city street.

LESSONS TO LEARN

In Florida’s Pasco County, where Trump’s stronger-than-expected showing helped to seal his victory in the largest U.S. battleground state, some fans seized on the silver lining.

Neighbors Patti Niehaus, a Democrat, and Margie Hahne, a Republican, agreed that Trump may have needed last week’s crash course in governing, having never before held elected office.

“You can’t just go and tell people what to do like he’s used to doing,” said Hahne, 74. “Trump’s got to learn a lot.”

Let Trump handle Ryan as he sees fit. The most effective tactic at our disposal is to create anger toward (((Chuck Schumer))) and Nancy Pelosi.