‘F— TRUMP’ Truck Driver Arrested on Fraud Charges

That offensive window decal made it easier for the Sheriff to track down wanted scofflaw Karen Fonseca.

Profane language of the type seen on her truck is never justified, no matter what the ACLU says about rights.

She’s very lucky the truck wasn’t rammed or otherwise vandalized by a Deplorable.

Her arrest is good enough for me. For now. So long as she’s prosecuted to the full extent of the law for a 2015 fraud case involving identity theft.

And so another obnoxious liberal turns out to be an alleged thief.

Chron

The woman responsible for the “F–Trump” bumper sticker was arrested Thursday, Nov. 16 for a previous outstanding warrant, according to Fort Bend County jail records.

Karen Fonseca was booked into the jail shortly after 2 p.m. on Thursday for a fraud charge. According to jail records, she is out on bond.

KAREN FONSECA. ARRESTED FOR FRAUD.

According to the Rosenberg Police Department, Fonseca’s felony warrant stems from a June 29, 2015 case for alleged fraudulent possession or use of identifying information. The case was reviewed by a grand jury in July 2017 and the warrant was issued at that time.

No other information on the case is being released at this time.

Fonseca’s arrest came after Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls on Wednesday created a social media firestorm with a Facebook post threatening to bring disorderly conduct charges against the driver of a truck displaying a profane anti-Trump message on its rear window.

Nehls told the Houston Chronicle that he had received calls, texts and emails in recent days from people who took offense at the language in bold, white lettering: “F— TRUMP AND F— YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM.”

The sheriff, a Republican who is weighing a bid for Congress shared a photo on his official Facebook page in hopes that it would help to identify the truck owner. The license plate is not visible in the image.

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Georgia High School Students Settle Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Sheriff for $3 Million

SHERIFF JEFF HOBBY. SUSPENDED.

Worth County High School is located in North Georgia. 92 percent of students qualify for a free school lunch. One source I consulted said the school was majority white. Another source claimed it was 100 percent “minority,” Asian and American Indian.

Whatever the race of the students, they might have to start paying for their lunches if the settlement is included in family income. There are only about 900 students who will share the money.

NBC News

A group of Georgia high school students have reached a $3 million settlement against the Worth County Sheriff’s Office after a judge ruled that law enforcement violated their civil rights by conducting a massive drug search without probable cause.

A judge ordered former Worth County Sheriff Jeff Hobby and his deputies to pay the staggering settlement to the students.

In April, Hobbs and his deputies spent hours at Worth County High School searching more than 800 students for drugs — and their search turned up empty.

Attorneys from the Southern Center for Human Rights and the Atlanta-based civil rights firm Horsley Begnaud filed a class-action lawsuit against the sheriff’s department on behalf of the students.

According to the suit, deputies “touched and manipulated students’ breasts and genitals” and “inserted fingers inside girls’ bras.” The suit also alleged that the searches revealed the students’ body parts.

Mark Begnaud, who represented the students in the lawsuit, said Hobbs executed the search based on scant evidence and in clear violation of the students’ constitutional rights.

“We hope this settlement sends a message to law enforcement beyond just south Georgia — or beyond Georgia — that this abuse of power is just not tolerated,” Begnaud said. “Students don’t shed their constitutional rights when they enter a school.”

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed an executive order Monday suspending Hobby and appointing a retired deputy sheriff, Bobby Sapp, to serve as interim head of the department.

According to NBC-affiliate WALB, the settlement will now go to U.S. District Judge Leslie Abrams for approval.

Begnaud said each of the students could receive a $1 to $6,000, depending on the severity and invasiveness of their search. Additional funds will be allocated to cover legal expenses and the remaining money will be set aside in a fund to benefit the high school, Begnaud said.

Attorney Raleigh Rollins, who represented Hobbs and the Worth County deputies, said taxpayers will not be responsible for paying the settlement. Instead, he said the funds will come from the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, which essentially provides insurance coverage to the sheriff’s department.

The Southern Center for Human Rights (SCHR) praised the judge’s decision to award the maximum amount in damages to students.

“The students’ voice have been heard,” Chrystal Redd, a lawyer with the center, said in a statement. “Their rights were violated on April 14, and they took the steps to ensure that these illegal searches would not go unnoticed.”

The Southern Center for Human Rights is a Jew outfit. No surprise there.

Border Patrol losing agents faster than it can hire them

OK, patriotic Americans of working age, here’s your chance to do something about the invasion of illegals: Join the Border Patrol and get paid for keeping the country safe.

The source article for this post doesn’t say much about why Border Patrol agents leave the organization, but we know that wages and working conditions are the root cause of many job changes. Some agents, many of whom are Mexicans, may object to President Trump’s call for ramped up deportations of illegals.

This article identifies the problem but doesn’t offer potential solutions.

Washington Times

The U.S. Border Patrol is losing agents faster than it can hire them, according to a new audit released Wednesday that said competition with other federal law enforcement and the difficulty of passing a polygraph test have sapped the agency of nearly 2,000 agents it’s supposed to have.

More than 900 agents leave each year on average but the Border Patrol only hires an average of 523 a year, the Government Accountability Office said in a broad survey of staffing and deployment challenges at the key border law enforcement agency.

The law requires the agency to have a minimum of 21,370 agents on board, but it had just 19,500 agents as of May.

That’s an even bigger problem when stacked up against President Trump’s call for hiring 5,000 more agents, to reach a workforce of 26,370.

Managers blamed everything from remote working conditions to competition with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the interior immigration agency that’s also staffing up, for difficulty in filling out ranks.

Problems span the southwest border, with eastern California and western Texas suffering particular shortages.

The new GAO analysis also looked at how the agents who are on board are deployed, amid a long-running dispute within the agency over the use of highway checkpoints.

Checkpoint backers say they serve as a critical chokepoint, helping snare drugs and, occasionally, illegal immigrants traveling on the roads. Opponents say they are easily circumvented, and also test the limits of constitutional rights, given that the Border Patrol claims authority to operate up to 100 miles away from the border.

Last year, one in five Border Patrol apprehensions of illegal immigrants, and more than three-fourths of seizures of drugs and other contraband, came more than five miles from the border.

“Illegal crossers and drug smugglers may sometimes travel near or through communities and private property in areas that are not along the immediate the border, prior to being apprehended by Border Patrol,” the GAO said.

Agents often-times end up trailing smugglers and illegal immigrants across the private property, adding to the damage, the audit said, including a photo of a mangled driveway gate attributed to illegal immigrants in Texas.

Still, the audit found local law enforcement officials are generally happy with the Border Patrol’s presence, with one Arizona official saying they would be overwhelmed without agents there to help out.

A Border Patrol agent working in San Antonio would be perceived as having a better worklife than an agent assigned to the hot, dusty expanses of West Texas. If the agency doesn’t offer hardship pay to those assigned to less desirable areas, then it should.

President Trump can do his part by Tweeting support and by paying agents personal visits along the border.

Substituting technology for people should be studied for any benefits that might accrue. But if there’s no substitute for more boots on the ground, then the taxpayer is going to have to foot the bill for improved wages and benefits.

Vile (((Chelsea Handler))) Blames Republicans for Texas Church Massacre

At least some on social media understand the foolishness or evil behind the Tweet above.

It’s been many years since I’ve seen Chelsea Handler but I vaguely recall her Jewish brand of humor being cruel and mean.

Like Kathy Griffin she holds no interest for me other than her negative influence on women. I’m not even sure she has much influence any more.

Among her eight million followers on Twitter a lot of them must be paid Hindus or bot accounts, intended to make her look more important than she is.

She didn’t stop with the Tweet that got the initial reaction.

Like all women of the left Chelsea believes in a Magic Kingdom where there’s never danger and everyone lives happily ever after.

There are no mass killings in North Korea that I am aware of. She really should give the place a try since that’s the kind of regimented society she claims to want for America.

The USA would have to become an even more oppressive police state than it already is to satisfy Chelsea.

And this dodo brain seems never to consider that these shootings are planned by the (((Deep State.)))

Back in the 1950s when America had NO gun control to speak of, there were NO mass shootings. If guns cause mass shootings how did that happen? Chelsea offers no explanation. I don’t think she’s interested in facts, but only in virtue signaling. Here’s a fact for her though:

One more thing. How many of these shooters are Republicans?

The Texas church shooter was a liberal. Blaming Republicans just doesn’t compute. And for the record, I’m alt-right, not Republican cuckservative, so if Republicans deserved the blame, they’d get it from me.

Texas Church Shooter Identified as Devin Patrick Kelley

ALLEGED SHOOTER DEVIN PATRICK KELLEY.

Today’s Texas church shooter lived in the beautiful Hill Country area of Comal County. I’m one county over, about 10 minutes away in the equally beautiful Kendall County.

Recently, because of the spillover of growth from San Antonio, one of America’s fastest growing cities, filled with illegal and legal Mexicans, the people of this area have become real a**holes. The stresses brought on by growth is making everyone mean.

But let’s see what we know specifically about the shooter.

Mediate

The identity of the alleged assailant in the Texas Church shooting –that led to the death of over 20 individuals and injuries to dozens more– has been released and his name is Devin Patrick Kelley, who according to the NY Times is from nearby Comal County, Texas, which is roughly 30 mies north of San Antonio.

According to crowd-sourced (and therefore unverified) Everipedia, here’s what is currently being said about Kelley. He graduated from New Braunfels High School (which just over 30 miles away from Sutherland Springs) and he served in the US Air Force. He allegedly taught a Bible Study class at a nearby church in 2013. Reports have also surfaced that his Mother-in-law owns a Sutherland Springs P.O. box, but that is unconfirmed.

Whoa! Was his mother-in-law a member of the church where the shooting occurred? This is beginning to have the feel of a domestic dispute gone crazy insane. For that matter, was he separated or divorced from the wife?

Little is known about the Kelly’s motivation, but he was killed after a brief chase with local authorities that he led into Guadalupe County, which is adjacent to Wilson County’s Sutherland Springs where massacre took place. It is still unclear if he was killed by police or took his own life.

CNN reports that Wilson County Commissioner Albert Gamez Jr revealed that t least 27 people have been killed in the shooting, but the death toll is expected to climb.” One of the victims was the 14 year-old daughter of church paster Frank Pomeroy.

According to eyewitness accounts, he entered the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs dressed in full combat gear and opened fire just before 11:30 am local time. ABC News reports an eyewitness saying “We heard several shots and we all started running inside the store,” adding “It lasted about 15 seconds,” and “I yelled, ‘Get down! Get inside!’ and we all went into hiding.”

More from the always reliable Heavy:

The shooter’s name was reported through sources by The New York Times and CBS News; the latter gave his name as Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, and said the Air Force court martial occurred only three years ago. Although the motive was not yet clear, the gunman’s background included religious school work, but he’d also liked pages devoted to atheism. The shooter, who is dead, left behind disturbing social media posts, including a Facebook page that showed off a rifle, calling it a “bad b*tch.”

Law enforcement is taking down his social media. I hope the 4 chan guys got there first and preserved it for us. Heavy got this:

ALLEGED PHOTO OF KELLEY’S RIFLE.

And we have the dishonorable discharge from the Air Force:

Devin Kelley’s social media accounts contained other warnings. His Facebook page contained a quote from Mark Twain about not fearing death. “I do not fear death,” it read. “I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.”

He was a father of two:

That’s about all of the essentials for now. There’s more on the story at Heavy, which I urge you to check out.

I’ll leave you with three thoughts:

1. This loser would make the perfect patsy if the shooting was a psyop.

2. Prepare for an onslaught of calls for gun control with Trump out of the country. Trump is distracted by his Asian trip. I predict that there’s a good chance that gun control legislation will be passed while he’s out of the country. The timing of this shooting couldn’t be better from the (((Deep State’s))) perspective.

3. The usual anti-white, anti-white male racism will explode to new levels. Be prepared for more insane sh*t to hit the news from universities, feminists, and nonwhite pundits. There may be a call for ALL white males to undergo psychiatric evaluation.

It’s going to be a rough ride, guys. Be ready.

Liberal Solution to Terrorist Car Attacks: Ban Cars from Cities

The (((Deep State))) agenda just got a little clearer when a Buzzfeed journalist tested the waters by proposing to ban cars from big cities.

Personal transportation in the form of the motor vehicle gives people freedom. Dependency on government owned and operated transportation is another step toward enslaving the population.

Not only do they want to take our guns away, but also our cars.

Newsbusters

A BuzzFeed columnist has declared that “Cars don’t belong on the streets of big cities, and we should do everything in our power to get rid of them.” She can’t be serious? The headline is “We Should Ban Cars from Big Cities. Seriously.”

We’ve seen this idea proposed by environmentalists from time to time based on “climate change,” and by urban planners in the name of creating a few blocks of open space, but Jessie Singer’s advocacy of a total ban is largely in response to Tuesday’s terrorist attack in New York City.

JESSIE SINGER. THE JEWINESS IS STRONG WITH THIS ONE.

Exactly 10 years and 11 months ago, a different man steered onto the same Manhattan bike path that Sayfullo Saipov did this week. He also accelerated for a mile, and then he killed my best friend. My friend’s name was Eric Ng, and he died on the same block as Saipov’s first victim. The drunk driver struck Eric so hard that he was knocked out of his sneakers.

… After Eric was killed, the city of New York put up a few plastic bollards along the bike path, as though this was not a car problem, but a bollard problem. On Tuesday, Saipov drove right over those plastic bollards.

… the same bike path where an ISIS sympathizer killed eight people on Tuesday, Olga Cook was also killed by a driver in 2016. Carl Henry Nacht was killed there in 2006. Later that year, so was my best friend.

Of course, we all extend our sympathies to Jessie Singer for the loss of her friend. She has a valid complaint about the use of ineffective plastic bollards. Many bike paths in the U.S. are protected from vehicular intrusions by concrete posts or barriers at intersections with roads. It’s difficult to see, in light of the deaths Singer cited, why New York City hasn’t employed them in this instance.

But Singer also justified a car ban based on Tuesday’s terror attack:

In the coming days, politicians will try to convince you that what happened on the West Side Highway in Manhattan this week was an issue of terrorism, immigration, or religion. But just like the plague of mass shootings is a gun problem, the thousands of people killed by cars as they walk our streets every year is a car problem.

A gun lobbyist would typically step in right about now to ask whether those who demand gun control after mass shootings also want to ban cars after events like this week. To which I say: Hell yes. Cars don’t belong on the streets of big cities, and we should do everything in our power to get rid of them.

Guns and cars are not the problem, as they are inanimate objects which don’t kill anyone on their own. People using guns to kill is the problem. Singer’s friend died not because of the existence of a car, but because someone drove a car while drunk.

Singer’s attempt to look at the big picture should have caused Smith to send her column back for better data. She assumed that the nearly 6,000 pedestrian deaths in the U.S. in 2016 all occurred in urban areas. 2015 data, apparently the latest available with a rural-urban breakdown (which I could not link without forcing users to download a file), shows that 22 percent of pedestrian fatalities occurred in rural areas.

The New York Times reported in January that pedestrian deaths in all of New York City “increased last year (2016) to 144, from 139 in 2015.” The 2016 total is roughly proportional on a per-capita basis to the 5,997 such deaths in the entire U.S. Gotham’s figure is in a sense remarkably low, given how much more the average resident there has to walk.

That said, 2016’s nationwide death toll was an 11 percent increase from 2015. “Distraction” on the part of drivers and pedestrians is getting a lot of the blame for the increase. It should also be noted that pedestrians have sometimes contributed to their own deaths:

… researchers say they think the biggest factor (for the increase) may be more drivers and walkers distracted by cellphones and other electronic devices, although that’s hard to confirm.

… Another factor in pedestrian deaths is alcohol. Thirty-four percent of pedestrians and 15 percent of drivers involved in fatal crashes were intoxicated at the time … But there is no indication that there has been a change in drinking habits that would account for the spike in deaths …

Imagine being stuck in the middle of a big city without a car when the race war, civil war, or other emergency comes.

You’d be the proverbial sitting duck unless you thought you could walk out of town.

(((Liberals))) love Muslims because they assist in advancing the agenda. Smart people understand how to flip the script:

Ban Muslims, not cars.

Minneapolis Race Replacing White Cops in Name of Diversity: New Police Chief is Mystery Meat

Here we have Pablum for the goyim designed to make them think that everything is OK when you have nonwhite cops policing white people.

May I remind everyone of the Australian white woman, Justine Damond, murdered by Muslim cop Mohammed Noor:

Everything isn’t going to be alright.

In spite of intervention by the Australian government, Noor was never charged. As far as I know, he’s back on patrol in the Minneapolis area.

If you don’t recall the details of how Justine was killed, just do a search on this site. I must have posted at least five times on the outrageous murder and response by Minneapolis.

The city hired a new police chief after Justine’s murder, but they hired mystery meat. I speculate he might be a Mexican from his last name, but I believe he’s the large Negro in the back row in the photo above, which shows the graduating class of new recruits. So who knows what he is. It does’t matter.

Now, they’re bragging about their next batch of nonwhites recruited to keep the goyim living in fear.

Fox9

(KMSP) – Wednesday marked graduation day for the first cadet classes under Chief Medaria Arradondo. The group of diverse young men and women all said becoming a police officer is truly a “calling.”

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo shook the hands of the department’s 2017 cadet class of 21 new officers.

“I wanted to do something that I knew mattered every single day, and I could see the effects of that when I came into work. So that’s why I’m here,” said Demi Adediran.

Adediran was studying for his masters in psychology when he realized it just wasn’t for him. So, the 27-year-old thought his education would be useful in law enforcement.

“I see how having that therapy background, you talk to people every day, you listen to their stories when you take their reports, you listen and give them a voice,” he said.

Ashish Joshi, 24, was bored as an accountant.

“I realized I didn’t like to sit behind the desk all day long. I wanted a job that was more outdoorsy, where I could help people. That’s why I’m here,” he said.

Joshi was born in Nepal and raised in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

His fellow classmate was born and raised in Nigeria until his family moved to south Minneapolis when he was nine.

As Minneapolis and agencies across the country work to recruit people of different races to improve modern day policing, both men hope their cultures are an asset to the job.

“We’re going to be policing people who often look like us. I think it might help to bridge that gap and create a little bit more of a bond between the community and police,” Adediran said.

“For me it’s much more about how you treat people. I’m sure there are some advantages or disadvantages to being a person of color, but I don’t necessarily look at it that way,” Joshi said.

Both men are aware of the increased scrutiny on police officers after deadly officer-involved shootings across the country and right here in Minneapolis just a few months ago.

In fact, officer Mohamed Noor was a graduate of this same program.

“People do have to be critical of the police because that’s going to help us grow in general, so I do appreciate when people want to know about what we’re doing,” Adediran said.

And they’re aware of the times they will have to put their lives on the line.

“Obviously there are risks to this job, but I think as a class we have all accepted that it’s just part of the job,” Joshi said.

After graduation the class will be out on the streets training for the next six months before they start policing on their own.

The idea stated in this article that police must be nonwhite to have better policing is a fairy tale. It’s just the opposite. Poor decision-making and an impetus to being corrupt weakens policing.

The totally Negrofied New Orleans police department is a good example. Negro cops by the score fled the city when the flooding started, leaving citizens at the mercy of black thugs.

Americans might not be able to stop diversity, but at least we can prepare ourselves for its negative effects.