Assistant Police Chief Shares “Racist” Facebook Meme, Resigns Amid Backlash

OFFENDED SOME PEOPLE.

That meme above offended some, but you can bet that others laughed because they found it to be funny.

Facebook is a career killer, for sure. People must learn not to be stupid on social media, which leaves a digital fingerprint.

Atlanta Black Star

An assistant police chief in Estherwood, La., has resigned from his position after sharing an outwardly racist and threatening meme on his Facebook page.

Wayne Welsh of the Estherwood Police Department shared a post Sunday, July 30, showing an image of a white woman holding a young child’s head underwater in a bathtub with the caption, “When’s your daughter’s first crush is a little Negro boy.”

The image sparked immediate backlash, as social media users quickly snapped screenshots of the law enforcement officer’s post and shared it across the internet. Local station KATC initially declined to release Welsh’s identity, but internet users managed to snag it before his Facebook page was made private.

Estherwood’s police chief Ernest Villejoin said he was dumbfounded when he saw the offensive post.

“When I found out about it, I couldn’t believe I had to call him,” Villejoin told news station KADN earlier this week. “I called him at work and asked him what the hell is going on?”

“He’d done it,” the police chief added. “He said it and he realized what he had done after he done it and he deleted it — but it was too late.”

Villejoin later confirmed to The Huffington Post that Welsh had stepped down from his position, noting that “the situation had been taken care of.”

The Louisiana man has since issued an apology, yet made it clear he doesn’t believe he did anything to warrant his resignation.

“I just don’t feel like I should have to resign on this because there is not a policy saying I can’t do this on Facebook,” he told KADN. “To me, I’m not racist, and I knew it wasn’t. It was picture that everybody shared and you can get on anybody’s [Facebook] and still see it. It’s still there, but I was wrong for sharing it for being a police officer.”

Welsh also took to his Facebook page to say, “I posted something on Facebook that made a lot of people mad/ Well, I’m sorry for what happen. Ya have a blessed day.”

This isn’t the assistant police chief’s first time posting offensive content, however. A social media user pulled up a post from Welsh’s page earlier this year that made disparaging remarks about Muslims in burqas.

KATC reported that Estherwood’s city council decided this week that it would not address Welsh’s controversial post, arguing that city leaders have no authority over the local police department.

To reiterate what I believe would be a fair policy in keeping with American tradition and freedom of speech: No one should be fired or have to resign for jokes or other nonthreatening political statements.

‘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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Sheboons Climb Through McDonald’s Window in Dispute Over Chicken McNuggets

Dey wuz disrespected.

Thus the jungle creature lurking beneath the surface of the modern dindu sprang to life, crawling through the drive through window.

NZ Herald

Police say two women ended up climbing through the drive-thru window at an Indianapolis McDonald’s and then proceeded to assault an employee after they claimed not to get enough chicken McNuggets.

Officers from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department were called to the McDonald’s just after 3am on Friday, reports the Daily Mail.

The manager said they had placed an order for four pieces but the women argued that they had asked for 10 and showed staff members their receipt.

He printed out a receipt to show the pair that they had only asked for four and told them that they would have to drive around once again if they wanted to place a new order.

According to RTV6 the manager told the women to “have a nice day” before turning his back on them to fulfill other customer orders.

It was not the response the women wanted to hear and they quickly lost their tempers.

The women then began pounding on the window and honking their car horn, claiming they had been “disrespected”.

There was no security video recording of the incident due to ongoing construction in the store, however, the disruption was all caught on camera as the women proceeded to climb in through the drive-thru window, knocking over tea and a cash register before assaulting the manager.

The women were then forced back out through the window and drove off at speed – without the extra chicken McNuggets.

“It was, it was a little bit disturbing at first, but I knew that if I got it on video that I’d be able to help the individuals inside the McDonald’s,” Monique McNeely told ABC7.

“They did it with such tenacity and force, so it really did scare me. I thought they were robbing at first, I thought they were robbing the McDonald’s,” McNeely said.

Watch on youtube or Facebook:

From what I’ve read, blacks constantly claim to be shortchanged when they order take out food. It’s a scam. It probably works with timid white employees. It didn’t work this time.

Hopefully, the video will lead to an arrest.

Facebook Wants Your Nude Photos

Keep your nekkid pictures safe, ladies. Send them to Mark Zuckerberg.

You can trust Mark. He’s a Jew and we know how morally upstanding Jews are.

Oh, and you won’t mind the CIA having your nudes for national security reasons. They wouldn’t want to send the wrong person to a FEMA camp so make sure you help them out to the point where they know every square inch of your body.

Zerohedge

To combat ‘revenge porn’, Facebook is now asking [4] users to send in their nudes, to test a new anti-revenge porn technology.

A pilot program is currently underway in Australia, where one in five women aged 18-45 and one in four Indigenous Australians are victims. It appears, Facebook made the right choice to test out Australian users before a much wider and or global rollout occurs.

Australian Government, e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant [6] said victims of “image-based abuse” would be able to censor images before posted on Facebook’s platform(s).

Grant further said, “we see many scenarios where maybe photos or videos were taken consensually at one point, but there was not any sort of consent to send the images or videos more broadly.”

According to the Daily Mail, [4] sending your nudes to Facebook will stop the so-called ‘revenge porn’ phenomenon:

The trial requires users to send naughty pictures to themselves via Facebook Messenger.

Ms Grant said: ‘It would be like sending yourself your image in email, but obviously this is a much safer, secure end-to-end way of sending the image without sending it through the ether.’

Once the image has been sent, Facebook will then ‘hash’ the image – create a digital fingerprint or link.

Ms Grant explained: ‘They’re not storing the image, they’re storing the link and using artificial intelligence and other photo-matching technologies.

‘So if somebody tried to upload that same image, which would have the same digital footprint or hash value, it will be prevented from being uploaded.’

If the technology works , the photo should never appear on Facebook.

Antigone Davis, head of global safety at Facebook, said ”the safety and well-being of the Facebook community is our top priority”. And to provide such safety, Facebook wants your nude pictures.

She also added, “as part of our continued efforts to better detect and remove content that violates our community standards, we’re using image matching technology to prevent non-consensual intimate images from being shared on Facebook. These tools, developed in partnership with global safety experts, are one example of how we’re using new technology to keep people safe and prevent harm”.

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We ask one simple question: What Rights Does Facebook Have to Your Photos?

In Facebook’s terms of service: “You own all of the content and information you post on Facebook”

…but Facebook gets a “non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license” to your photos.

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Conclusion- don’t take nudes and problem solved. Otherwise, some creepy techie in Silicon Valley along with artificial intelligence will be admiring what you do on a personal level. SkyNet called it wants your nude pictures.

Just remember my lovelies. Facebook could never be hacked. Your photos could never end up on a porn site. It’s all safe.

Your dad does enjoy your nude selfies, doesn’t he?

Cajun Restaurant Takes Heat from Tranny Caitlin Jenner Bathroom Signs

WHICH IS THE LADIES ROOM AND WHICH IS FOR MEN?

Clever idea.

Only a virtue signaling moron would have a beef with a business that’s this creative.

Or a butthurt tranny.

Chron

A restaurant in northeast Texas has drawn the ire of the Internet over the use of photos of Caitlyn Jenner as bathroom signs.

Dodie’s Place Cajun Bar & Grill in Allen, which is roughly 25 miles north of Dallas, used photos of Jenner before and after her transformation to denote the men’s and women’s bathrooms.

A photo of the bathroom signage was posted Aug. 15 on the restaurant’s Facebook page, which is where most of the criticism has been verbalized.

“[T]his is HORRIBLE and BEYOND disrespectful. I would not be surprised if you lose business. I would never eat there if i saw that,” Kristen Heavey wrote on Facebook in response to the photo.

One of the more vocal critics of the bathroom signs was Jess Herbst, a transgender activist and mayor of New Hope, Texas, which is less than 15 miles from Allen.

“There is an obvious lack of understanding of gender dysphoria by the owner of the restaurant,” Herbst told Chron.com Thursday afternoon. “Imagine the most humiliating and embarrassing moment of your life. Remember how you felt inside, that gut crushing, out of breath, verge of panic attack feeling. Now imagine posting a giant photo of that moment in a very public place. This is how the photos in his bathroom make transgender people feel.”

Swing on out to Dodie’s if you’re ever in the Dallas area. You’ll be able to eat without a disgusting tranny sitting at the next table.

I have a feeling they’ll be eating somewhere else.

O’Reilly Sues Critic for $5 Million Over “malicious” Facebook Post

MIKE PANTER, BILLO WANTS $5 MIL FROM HIM.

Anyone can file a lawsuit against anyone else at anytime. I recall I went to the federal courthouse in San Antonio, wrote a check for a $300 to $400 filing fee, filled in a form by hand, and I had a lawsuit going. That was without a lawyer at the time.

Most lawyers recommend that you leave the amount of damages open rather than specifying an amount. I was told that judges don’t like to be told how much you want early in a lawsuit.

Filing a lawsuit is easy. Winning is more difficult.

O’Reilly’s Facebook critic, Michael Panter, will need to come up with at least $200,000 to defend himself. There will probably be 60 to 100 pretrial motions that his lawyer will need to respond to. At $300 an hour the lawyer’s fees will add up.

If his critic told the truth about O’Reilly or if what he wrote is OPINION, then he should win. As a public figure O’Reilly can be criticized. In order for him to win his case, he will have to prove that Panter acted with malice.

You may recall that Sarah Palin sued the New York Times earlier this year for defamation. Her case was quickly dismissed.

Deadline

With more revelations about multimillion-dollar sexual harassment settlements becoming public, ex-Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly threw some muscle around in the courts today to the tune of $5 million.

“The relief includes, but is not limited to, reputational damages, monetary damages, special damages, punitive damages, costs, fees, injunctive relief, and such other relief as is just and proper, in an amount not less than $5 million,” said the two-page summons of notice filing (read it here) in New York Supreme Court against Michael Panter over a social media posting that didn’t exactly paint O’Reilly in the best of lights.

As a potential deal with Sinclair Broadcasting and return to the small screen looms for the former Factor frontman, the self-described “not a litigious guy” this morning followed up on his promise of yesterday to go after anyone who uttered what he considered untruths about him. A category into which former New Jersey state assemblymen Panter now falls, in O’Reilly’s view.

“This action seeks redress for Defendant Panter’s intentional, malicious, and bad faith actions in making defamatory and false statements in a publicly-available social media post,” says O’Reilly attorney Fredric Newman on Friday, designating Nassau County as the specific jurisdiction for the matter.

As damage spread from the news earlier this week of a $32 million sexual harassment settlement by O’Reilly just before Fox reupped his contract to $25 million annually, Panter went on Facebook claiming that an FNC-employed ex-girlfriend of his had once settled a harassment case with O’Reilly. He then asserted the NDA-bound ex was later contacted directly by O’Reilly looking for “anything you have” on another woman accusing the then-FNC host of sexual harassment.

“Plaintiff seeks damages for the public hatred, ridicule, disgrace, and permanent harm to his professional and personal reputations as a result of Defendant Panter’s publication of knowingly false defamatory statements about Plaintiff, which were made with actual malice, as well as Defendant Panter’s intentional infliction of emotional distress upon Plaintiff,” the summons adds without taking a breath.

While not actually a lawsuit — nothing like that has been filed, it seems — O’Reilly is clearly taking a page from ex-colleague Eric Bolling’s legal book and going after those he thinks are going after him.

Like the $50 million action this summer by the then-suspended and later pink-slipped Bolling against Huffington Post freelancer Yashar Ali over suggestive texts from the former Five co-host to female co-workers, this is not an actual lawsuit. O’Reilly, who was canned from FNC in April as more than $13 million in sexual harassment settlements by him and the company were revealed, may be trying to intimidate more than litigate.

Variety adds this information about Panter’s scribblings:

Panter is a one-time New Jersey politician who took to Facebook on Tuesday to write about how the one-time Fox News Channel star treated a former girlfriend of his after she had accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment. The summons says O’Reilly believes he has been defamed.

In the Facebook post, Panter offered details of how O’Reilly purportedly called his ex-girlfriend and solicited information from her about another woman who had also made harassment allegations against the former Fox News star.

One So-Called Neo-Nazi in Higher Education is One too Many for the Marxist Majority

Police are on the job, investigating Mark Neuhoff’s Facebook account. He has committed serious thought crimes, you see. For example, he believes that only the white race can save Western Civilization.

How long before he’s kicked out of higher education?

He may have bigger things to worry about. Like prison.

Think Progress

A graduate student and teaching instructor at Virginia Tech has been discovered to be an avowed white supremacist, but university officials have yet to take any action to dismiss him.

Mark Neuhoff, who teaches English composition at the university part-time, was discovered in late September to have posted a series of racist comments on social media. “I want white supremacy,” one post read. “Whites must be in control if we are to preserve western culture. Categorically, no other race can do it.”

A group calling itself New River Valley Against Fascism obtained screenshots of Neuhoff’s social media posts and published them in a September 26 blog post. They include multiple comments about Holocaust denial, as well as one post about how Neuhoff managed to get himself banned from the infamous neo-Nazi site Stormfront for talking about the importance of having free speech in a White Nationalist society.

When asked by the Roanoke Times to explain the posts, Neuhoff said that they were an “accurate reflection of my personal beliefs.” “All of the posts are private for a specific audience who knows and understands who I am,” Neuhoff said. “What I was doing with my posts was trying to redefine the term that is destructive and shuts someone down — white supremacist.”

On September 29, a small group of protesters interrupted Virginia Tech President Tim Sands’ annual State of the University speech, criticizing his refusal to dismiss Neuhoff. One of the protesters, Tori Coan, had filed a complaint earlier in September claiming that Neuhoff had personally targeted her, and that she had received more than 70 phone calls from a blocked number. Police have now requested transcripts of all of Neuhoff’s Facebook activity between August 20 and October 13, as part of an investigation into the charge of threatening death or bodily injury.

Tori Coan has removed her Twitter account, but if you search for her on Google, there’s still a photo of her that you can look at. Her Instagram has been scrubbed too. From what I saw and was able to read, she graduated from a Catholic high school in 2014, where she was a runner.

Other than that, there’s nothing about her on the Internet except for this revealing quote from the cancelled Twitter that showed up on Google:

Just a well adjusted twenty-something yr old trying to lure men to their deaths.

On October 6, after an antifascist demonstration outside Neuhoff’s classroom, President Tim Sands released a statement. “Virginia Tech’s administration… find the ideology encompassed by white supremacy, neo-fascism, neo-Nazism, and others to be abhorrent and to have no place in modern society,” he said. “We also remain committed to our policies and procedures that prohibit disrupting, teaching, learning, research, and the operation of the university.”

Neuhoff, in other words, has not been let go. He remains an instructor on campus, despite a growing outcry from both students and alumni. A petition calling for the removal of Neuhoff from his teaching position has collected nearly 3,000 signatures.

Of course, white supremacy has long had a place in academia. Think of the role of “science” in the eugenics movement, for example, or more recently, the textbook that called slaves in the United States “workers” and “immigrants.” There are also several high-profile white supremacists in academia. Last December, the philosophy department at the State University of New York at Stony Brook flew into an uproar after it emerged that Jason Reza Jorjani, a Ph.D alumnus, was heavily involved with the white supremacist movement. Jorjani, who says he has “disavowed” his previous white nationalist allegiances, was caught on tape about how he envisioned a future where Europe embraces fascism.

“It’s going to end with the expulsion of the majority of migrants including citizens, who are of Muslim descent, generally” Jorjani told an undercover researcher from the British charity Hope Not Hate. “That’s how it’s going to end. It’s going to end with concentration camps and expulsion and war. At the cost of a few hundred million people.”

It’s foolish to post politically incorrect material under your real name on Facebook. In particular, the phrase “white supremacy” conjures up images of innocent dead Negros hanging from trees. He’s probably not a white supremacist anyway, but rather a white nationalist or a race realist.

Don’t describe yourself using the labels the enemy puts on you. Never!