‘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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Gov. Mike Huckabee’s Perfect Response to A Woman Professor Who Tweeted A Nasty Comment About His Daughter

PROFESSOR JUDY COLE. NASTY LIBERAL TWEETER. OBVIOUSLY A LESBIAN.

Judy Cole insulted Mike Huckabee’s daughter in a Tweet. Some people want her fired.

Whew! The nasty looking lesbian professor at the center of this skirmish in the culture war is very hard on my eyes. Ugly is as ugly does.

It would come naturally to respond to a fruit loop like her by getting as dirty as she.

Governor Mike Huckabee had mercy on her, however.

The very likable Governor Huckabee is obviously a Christian Zionist whose bread is or was buttered by Israel. However, I think most of us on the alt-right or White Nationalism would agree with traditional conservative Mike on quite a few issues.

He perfectly played an ugly situation involving his daughter and the lesbo above. You know his daughter as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump’s press secretary.

I detest it when conservatives get fired for their private comments and as a matter of principle I prefer to see everyone keep his job when he speaks out.

Governor Huckabee didn’t fight fire with fire. Rather, he used the old “I pity you” ploy on Nursing Professor Judy Cole.

Washington Times

A University of Memphis professor is facing backlash for an insensitive tweet to former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee about his daughter, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

“If she froze to death, she wouldn’t be missed,” clinical assistant professor Judy Cole wrote in response to Mr. Huckabee’s tweet Saturday praising a U.S. Army pilot who gave Mrs. Sanders his jacket during a South Korea visit with President Trump.

Mr. Huckabee called out the woman as a professor at the University of Memphis and said he felt sorry for her students.

“Woman teaches nursing at @uofmemphis and wishes my daughter would die,” he responded. “I feel sorry for someone so hateful and vicious. Poor woman makes Nurse Ratched look like Mother Teresa! How angry and bitter is a person who says that? Sad for your students and for you.”

Heh, heh. That’s a good Tweet. Especially the comparison to Nurse Ratched.

Many social media users called for Ms. Cole to be fired for the tweet, which has since been deleted, but several students who spoke to The Commercial Appeal said she was a great teacher who deserved a second chance.

Ms. Cole told local ABC affiliate WATN that the backlash had gotten out of hand and she was concerned for her job.

“I really don’t want to talk about this,” she said. “This has gotten blown out of proportion. I talked with my attorney a little while ago.”

The university said it was investigating the matter.

“The University of Memphis has been made aware of personal comments made on social media by a current faculty member of the Loewenberg College of Nursing,” the school said in a statement. “These statements do not represent the values of the University of Memphis or the values of the Loewenberg College of Nursing. This matter is being fully investigated in accordance with UofM policies.”

Mr. Huckabee said he was “stunned” by Ms. Cole’s comments.

“I was stunned that a University nursing professor would wish a young mother of 3 to die, especially when that young mother was my daughter,” he told WATN. “I know people have strong political views, but that level of hate and vile is shocking, but especially from someone who is educated and supposed to teach healing. I didn’t shame anyone — the person sending the tweet shamed herself, her profession, and her employer with such a vicious and bitter comment.”

Mike is playing this for maximum effect. If you spend a little time on Twitter, you’ll see that there’s nothing shocking about Cole’s meanness. Meanness is everywhere there. Mike knows that but as a good propagandist he’s saying all the right things.

Twitter Bans and Removes Verified Status of Richard Spencer, Other Defenders of the White Race

First,commenter Wullfe let us know that the Daily Stormer was kicked out of Western Samoa and is now to be found at DailyStormer.hk. I assume that’s a Hong Kong web address.

Now on to Twitter. As far as I know Microchip has given up on Twitter. I haven’t seen him there in around a month, since his last ban. He’s on Gab, but I’ve never had any luck getting an account there. I’ll have to try again.

Baked Alaska was banned from Twitter on Wednesday, while Richard Spencer has had his verification stripped.

BAKED ALASKA, BANNED.

Twitter is going to lose its relevance sooner or later. And most likely Spencer will join Baked Alaska in being banned.

The Daily Beast

Twitter began banning and removing verified check marks, which were previously handed out to public figures to prove their authenticity, from white supremacist accounts as it updated the rules to its verification program on Wednesday.

White supremacists Richard Spencer and Charlottesville “Unite The Right” protest creator Jason Kessler had their verified statuses revoked on Wednesday.

The verified check mark was meant to denote “that an account of public interest is authentic,” the company said in a series of tweets on Wednesday, but that “verification has long been perceived as an endorsement.”

“This perception became worse when we opened up verification for public submissions and verified people who we in no way endorse,” a company spokesperson tweeted.

Users can now lose their blue checkmarks for “inciting or engaging in harassment of others,” “promoting hate and/or violence against, or directly attacking or threatening other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease,” supporting people who promote those ideas, and a slew of other reasons.

The changes come exactly one week after a Daily Beast story showed that Kessler, who had called the death of anti-racist protester Heather Heyer in Charlottesville “payback time,” had been verified by Twitter. The company suspended its verification practices the next day.

“We should’ve communicated faster on this [yesterday]: our agents have been following our verification policy correctly, but we realized some time ago the system is broken and needs to be reconsidered,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wrote last week. “And we failed by not doing anything about it. Working now to fix faster.”

Earlier on Wednesday, Tim Gionet, a far right former BuzzFeed employee who went by the username @BakedAlaska, was banned from Twitter. In his last tweets, he pushed his followers to reinstate an account that was banned from Twitter for, he claimed, “saying muslim immigrants are adding to the rape culture.”

When reached for comment on Gionet’s suspension, a company spokesperson pointed The Daily Beast to its “hateful conduct policy,” specifically the section that bans “repeated and/or or non-consensual slurs, epithets, racist and sexist tropes, or other content that degrades someone.”

Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos’ blue checkmark was removed last January before he was kicked off Twitter, stirring outrage among alt-right and far-right communities. Some fans of Yiannopoulos began flocking to alternative platforms, like alt-right Twitter knockoff Gab or the chat service Discord.

In July 2016 Twitter allowed anyone to request verification via an online form, a move that appears to have overwhelmed the review process. Twitter ended up verifying accounts that it “in no way endorse(s),” the company said.

Until now, Twitter has claimed that verification is neutral and simply a way to verify a person’s primary brand handle or identity. However, verified users have long been seen as first-class citizens on the platform. Verified users have access to more robust filters and their tweets and accounts are more likely to be surfaced in search as well as people’s @ mentions.

The latest Tweets and Retweets from the now unverified Spencer:

Bottom line: If you’re verified on Twitter, you’re politically correct.

Based Florida International Republican Students Under Investigation, as Mestizo VP Quits Over Hate Speech

MARK ROSENBERG, PRESIDENT OF FIU.

The Jewish president of Florida International University, which is loaded with Mestizo students and professors, some illegal aliens, will decide the fate of the College Republicans club on campus.

The CR group ventured into politically incorrect speech online and now a highly vocal group of social justice warriors want the Republicans shut down. Basically, they advocated deporting illegals and building Trump’s wall.

That left “minority” students (the majority at FIU) feeling threatened.

The poor snowflakes.

Miami New Times

At Florida International University, the fallout over a leaked group chat from the school’s College Republicans is still spreading. After New Times first reported Friday about the chats — which show the young GOP students joking about deporting classmates and making light of the attack by a white supremacist in Charlottesville — the school announced it was investigating the group.

Now hundreds of students have signed a petition urging FIU President Mark Rosenberg to “take immediate action” against the College Republicans, and the club’s vice president has resigned over the “disgusting hate.” In fact, the former vice president says he had earlier reported the offensive comments to school authorities, who did nothing to curb the problem.

“I was elected VP and hoped I was able to cause real change and stop the radicalism that is happening,” writes Mauricio Pons, who says he’s the grandson of Cuban immigrants and was particularly disturbed by the College Republicans’ xenophobic tenor. “I’m sad to say that for nine months my efforts were futile and I left the group chat because of its toxicity and hate speech.”

The chats, which New Times received from an anonymous tipster in the group, show FIU’s College Republicans sharing memes calling the protesters injured and killed in Charlottesville by Nazis “snowflakes.” The group also discussed calling ICE on classmates who protested in favor of protecting young undocumented immigrants last week.

Here are the relatively innocuous chats that the Republicans were having with each other in what was apparently a private forum. You can read far more racist comments at Zerohedge, Yahoo, and a host of other websites that encourage free speech.

CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ENLARGE.

It’s outrageous that an investigation has been launched by a university at the behest of meddling social justice warriors. For example, the students advocate building Trump’s wall. Are they going to be expelled for that?

More than 700 students have now signed a petition on Change.org demanding that Rosenberg discipline the group. The petition notes that school leaders began investigating a fraternity on campus only after New Times and other outlets reported on leaked chats from the frat showing members joking about rape and hazing.

“Since the College Republicans are not willing to discipline their own, we are calling on FIU to take immediate action so that our minority student population feels safe going to school,” the petition notes. “Threats of intimidation should not be taken lightly by our administration.”

The petition was started by FIU graduate student Allison Sardinas, an assistant for the Center for Women’s and Gender studies. Sardinas says she’s an advocate for immigrant communities and was one of the organizers of the walkout at FIU last week demanding Congress pass immigration protections for students.

SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIOR ALLISON SARDINAS HAS A HISTORY OF MAKING TROUBLE FOR PEOPLE SHE DISAGREES WITH.

“I believe the students violated the student code of conduct, particularly by threatening to deport specific students,” Sardinas says. “I think they should be put on at least probation before they’re allowed to be up and running again.”

She’s not alone. Students at FIU have been alarmed by the rhetoric in the chat.

“It’s hard to believe the fact that people are still dehumanizing other groups, especially at such a diverse university,” says Jamel Holt, a freshman at FIU. “I don’t think the statement about purchasing weapons should be taken lightly at all.” He also believes the school should consider an “in-depth” investigation rather than just blowing it off.

Adds freshman Ruth Artze: “It’s really unfortunate to see people have those hateful thoughts, especially when we’re a ‘Worlds Ahead’ school full of international students. It makes FIU a little more unsafe to students who already feel unsafe in this country under this administration.”

Woman sues to remove ‘So help me God’ from oath of U.S. citizenship

NEWLY MINTED “AMERICANS” TAKING THE OATH OF CITIZENSHIP.

I wonder which group of Jews is bankrolling this lawsuit, one in which a French woman seeking to become a U.S. citizen doesn’t want to say the words “so help me God” as part of the oath. The Feds have allowed her to be exempt, but she’s suing anyway.

If the atheist is so offended by the traditional words, she has the option of returning to France.

Masslive

For years, Olga Paule Perrier-Bilbo, a French national and green-card holder who has lived in Scituate since 2000, has wanted to become an American citizen.

That dream, she claims in a new federal lawsuit, is being denied by four simple words: “So help me God.”

On Thursday, Perrier-Bilbo, an atheist, filed a federal lawsuit claiming the inclusion of that phrase in United States’ citizenship oath is an unconstitutional violation of her religious freedom.

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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!

Breaking! Ohio State University Bans Richard Spencer from Speaking

This post was unplanned, but while researching my main post on Richard Spencer today, the following Newsweek item appeared in my list of Spencer stories.

Excerpt from Newsweek

Ohio State University has denied a request to rent space for white nationalist provocateur Richard Spencer to speak on campus, citing security concerns.

An appearance by Spencer at the University of Florida Friday sparked protests, with anti-racism demonstrators confronting white supremacists at the event and jeering at Spencer as he attempted to make a speech.

Three men who had reportedly been making Nazi salutes were arrested Friday and charged with attempted murder after firing at protesters at the event.

“The university has deemed that it is not presently able to accommodate Mr. [Cameron] Padgett’s request to rent space at the university due to substantial risk to public safety, as well as material and substantial disruption to the work and discipline of the university,” a lawyer representing Ohio State said in a letter to an attorney representing Spencer’s associates and obtained by the Associated Press.

Attorneys working for Spencer associate Padgett said they would launch a legal challenge to any attempt to prevent the planned appearance at Ohio State University.

Padgett sued Penn State University on Friday after officials rejected a request for Spencer to appear there, as well. The University of Cincinnati last week ultimately decided they would “uphold the First Amendment” and allow Spencer to speak, after a threat of a lawsuit from Bristow.

Eventually, Spencer will be speaking because OSU and PSU will lose in court.