Vile Chelsea Clinton Condemns Heroic Pit Bull Max Who Attacked Jewish Boy

“When the world needs a hero, a pit bull steps forward.”

That ancient wisdom was proven correct again when a pitbull named Max took to the streets like a Marvel comics hero to protect his neighborhood from the dangers presented by marauding Jewish children.

Max’s keen sense of smell and other instincts allowed him to sniff out the ringleader of the Jewish menace, a three year old boy named Eli.

Using his keen intelligence and guided by his empathy, Max launched a measured attack on Eli. Although Max could easily have killed the tiny lad and been justified by natural law for doing so, he retreated once the neighborhood Jews got the message: STOP THE JEWING!

Although millions worldwide have proclaimed Max a hero, there are those who suck up to the Jews. Chelsea Clinton for instance.

Chelsea is even worse than her degenerate parents. How dare she denigrate Max’s magnificent effort to set an example showing how to rein in the evil Jews who have turned New York City into Jew York City.

The noble pit bull is a breed that knows that Jews and blacks are enemies of the white man. They are living, breathing doggie Terminators, whose mission in life is to guard the innocents from the predatory races.

Thanks, Max, for your heroism.

Lohud

SPRING VALLEY — A pit bull attacked a 3-year-old boy playing on the sidewalk Thursday on North Cole Avenue, leaving the child with cuts and bite marks to the left side of his neck and face, police said.

The child broke free and tried to run off, but the dog jumped on the child a second time, Police Chief Paul Modica said. Two or three people, including a passing driver, helped chase off the animal.

The attack was captured by a surveillance camera across the street. Police officers also interviewed residents and the people who assisted the child, Modica said.

The dog’s owner was issued summonses for allowing her dog to run loose, Modica said. He said the Rockland District Attorney’s Office was continuing to review the case.

Modica said the police investigation found that a girl living at the same house as the dog owner had gone outside Thursday and the dog followed her then ran off.

Modica said the department did not have a long history of complaints involving the dog.

“We received a generic report of a dog running loose” in March, Modica said. “Residents told us after the attack that this dog had been roaming around, but they didn’t report it.”

Yossi Gestetner, a founder of the Orthodox Jewish Public Affairs Council, said Friday that residents have spoken to the police about the dog and various other issues but don’t always feel the officers take them seriously. He said that perception discourages people in the Orthodox community from dealing with the police.

Gestetner said the attack occurred around 6 p.m. and he felt the police waited too long to remove the dog from the owner, which they did at 10:30 p.m

abc7 reports that Max’s fate is unknown.

Naturally, the (((media))) are slanting their reporting, condemning the Dog Terminator. Expect the greedy Jews to sue the city and Max’s owner.

MAX KNOWS THAT THE BABY JEW GROWS UP TO BE THE UGLY JEW.

Black Cop Who Dumped His Emaciated Dog in Trash Arrested

THE RECOVERING PIT BULL HAS BEEN NAMED CRANBERRY.

Blacks seem to commit animal abuse at a much higher rate than the general population. It’s another form of cultural enrichment that diversity brings to your town and mine.

Inside Edition

A police officer who allegedly dumped his emaciated dog in a trash bag in a Philadelphia park has been arrested.

Michael Long, an 11-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department, is accused of leaving the pit bull for dead in Philadelphia’s Wissahickon Valley Park last November. Long, 33, surrendered to police on Thursday.

A dog walker alerted the SPCA after seeing the pup’s nose sticking out from a trash bag. Photos taken shortly after she was found show her cowering on the ground, with her rib bones visible through her fur.

The SPCA took in the 3-year-old dog, who has been renamed Cranberry.

They learned she had a microchip, which they say led them to Long.

Following months of treatment, Cranberry was adopted, the SPCA told InsideEdition.com.

“Cranberry is doing wonderfully now,” spokesperson Gillian Kocher said. “She is in her new forever home, has recovered completely physically and has the same sweet and loving personality that she has always had.”

She was adopted by a man who followed her story on the news, Kocher said.

“He was so touched by her story that he came in to make a donation and met her,” she said. “He returned twice while she was recovering, and when she was ready to go home, he made it official.”

Following the investigation by the SPCA, Long surrendered himself to the Philadelphia Police Department’s Internal Affairs Unit on Thursday.

He is charged with two misdemeanors for animal cruelty, one misdemeanor for possession of an instrument of crime, and a summary charge of animal cruelty, police said.

“He has not acknowledged any wrong doing in this case as of this time,” Kocher said.

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross has suspended Long for 30 days with the intent to dismiss at the end of the 30 days, police said in a statement. He was assigned to the 18th District.

This story was posted on the web about a month ago. Long should be gone soon.

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Blind 12-year-old dog saved after a week lost in the mountains

Here’s another inspiring example of the European-American man’s love for the dog and his refusal to give up hope.

Excerpt from CBS News

BOULDER CREEK, Calif. — A blind dog that was lost in the mountains in California was missing for more than a week before being rescued, CBS San Francisco reports.

Sage, a 12-year-old Labrador, lost both eyes due to glaucoma and a recent tumor. For eight days, the family dog was alone, lost in the thick woods and steep terrain of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

The family mistakenly thought she had been brought into the house, only to realize after about an hour that Sage was gone.

“It was horrible. We just didn’t know,” Beth Cole, Sage’s owner, said. “You know, it was cold, she’s kind of helpless as far as being able to find her way back on her own.”

Stories of Sage’s disappearance spread on social media. Desperate to find her, the family even hired a professional dog tracker from Southern California to search the dense woods. But after no sign of her, Cole had just about given up.

But her next door neighbor Dan Estrada happened to be walking with a friend in the woods and spotted Sage’s near lifeless body close to a shallow stream.

“I saw what I thought was a trash bag in the stream and as I looked a little bit closer, I could tell it was Sage,” Estrada said. “The very moment I saw Sage, my heart fell into my stomach and I was overwhelmed with sadness, because I knew at that point it would be a body recovery.”

Estrada is a veteran firefighter and paramedic for the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. This rescue was a bit different than his usual fare.

“As soon as I saw her in the stream, I ran to her, and I just dropped right there in the water, and I wrapped my arms around her and I gave her a big hug and a kiss,” Estrada said. “And immediately she held her head up.”

He carried her over his shoulders about a 100 yards up the canyon. He believes the water from the creek likely saved her.

“If dogs could smile, I think she was smiling at the time,” Estrada said.

People hurting pets to gain pain pills

THE DRUG EPIDEMIC AFFECTS FIDO NOW.

The curse of pharmaceutical drug addiction worsens.

Live 5 News

BUFFALO, NY (WIVB/KSP/CNN) – Veterinarians say people are hurting their pets to get pain pills.

To protect the pets, some vets have changed the way they prescribe pain pills.

In Kentucky, police say a woman cut her dog with a razor to obtain a prescription for pain pills that she herself used.

People often seek Tramadol to get a better high.

Dr. R. Reed Stevens, a veterinarian at Ellicott Small Hospital in Buffalo, NY, has reduced how often he prescribes Tramadol and other pain medications after concerns of peole abusing their pets to get the medications.

“It strikes to us at the core, in terms of what we’re about in terms of helping animals,” Stevens said.

He says he has been suspicious of people in the past.

Red flags include drugs going missing and refills coming more often.

Horribly Mutilated Detroit Dog Finds New Forever Home with White Couple

BARON SMILING.

Regular readers will know that this story incites my righteous anger, and yes, righteous hatred, toward the individual who cut off Baron the dog’s nose, ears, and tail.

Again, if you’re a regular reader, you know that the individual who did this, who has not yet been identified, will be found to be an African-American. This group of so-called people have proven over and over that they are feral savages.

But let us release our righteous hatred for a moment and rejoice that Baron has found a forever home with a nice white couple. It appears that he has had some sort of plastic reconstructive nose surgery that may allow him to breathe better.

Hail Baron, the new King of his loving home.

Click on Detroit

DETROIT – A dog that was found abandoned in the streets of Detroit with its nose, ears and tail cut off has found a new home.

The Michigan Humane Society made the announcement on Wednesday:

The Michigan Humane Society is happy to share the exciting news that Baron, the injured rottweiler, has found his forever home! We would like to thank everyone involved in his recovery for their time and dedication. To everyone that called, emailed, donated or shared his story, you have our gratitude. It’s because of your support that rescues like Baron’s are possible. Please join us in wishing Baron and his new family all the best.

Baron was found by the Michigan Humane Society on Jan. 17 after a concerned resident saw him in the area suffering with severe injuries.

The rottweiler was taken back to the Michigan Humane Society’s Mackey Center for Animal Care, in Detroit.

“It appears that someone purposely maimed this poor dog, which has caused it a great deal of suffering,” Mark Ramos, one of MHS’ lead cruelty investigators, said. “This kind of cruelty is unacceptable. We need to be a voice for these animals, and as a community, we need to speak through our strong actions to make sure this doesn’t happen again. If you know anything about this case, call the MHS hotline now at 313-872-3401 and help us find the person responsible. This animal deserves justice.”

Charges Dropped Against Bastard Cop Who Allegedly Killed Three Police Dogs

In this Saboteur365 post on June 26, 2016, former Officer Daniel Peabody had been charged with killing two police dogs. Inka had been left to die in a hot car. Canine Officer Dale had been shot to death and buried on Peabody’s property.

The New York Daily News reported on July 5, 2016 that the body of a THIRD DOG was found on his property.

Because of a technicality, the charges relating to the dog’s murders have been dropped.

11alive

CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. — A former Cherokee County school police officer jailed after leaving his K-9 partner in the back of a hot vehicle has had some of those charges dropped, according to court documents obtained by 11Alive.

In June 10, 2016, officer Daniel Peabody allegedly pulled into the driveway of his home and left his K-9 Inka in the backseat of his vehicle while he went to “deal with another dog” inside. Officials said around 7 p.m., the officer remembered the 4-year-old Belgian Malinois was still in the patrol car and found the police canine dead in the rear vehicle.

K9 INKA TRUSTED PEABODY.

Officials said Peabody drove home that day in a Ford Crown Victoria that was not equipped with cages or alarms and they believe that “played a factor” in what unfolded at the home. Authorities took Peabody into custody on June 22, and charged with felony animal cruelty as well as making false statements. Peabody previously pleaded not guilty.

But new court documents show that the counts related to animal cruelty will be dropped after Peabody and his lawyers argued that he did not receive proper warning that his case would be presented before a grand jury.

According to the statute in question, all officers have the right to be present with counsel during the state’s presentation of evidence to the grand jury and the right to make a statement.

The state argued that when Peabody left his car and went inside, he “stepped away” from his duties, therefore the law does not apply. However, Peabody contends that as a K-9 handler, his duties related to the police dog are continuous, and the death of Inka happened “during the performance of his duties.”

“Whether the indictment survives the motion of the Defendant turns on this issue,” the document stated.

Ultimately, the court concluded that Peabody was considered to be on duty when Inka died, therefore two of the counts against him have been dismissed. The charges against Peabody related to making false statements are not covered under the same statute and still stand.

PEABODY’S MUGSHOT. PROBABLE PSYCHOPATH.

AUSTRALIAN MEMORIAL TO POLICE DOGS.