Federal Judge Blocks President Trump’s Second Try at Travel Ban

OUR LEADER SPEAKS AT A NASHVILLE RALLY ON MARCH 15, 2017.

President Donald Trump, drawing energy from the people, spoke at a rally in Nashville, Tennesee on Wednesday.

Part of his talk sought to rally anyone who might be discouraged by another liberal judge, this one in Hawaii, halting his second travel ban from six countries that were named by former President Obama as terrorist strongholds.

The President vows to ensure the public safety by continuing to fight to ultimate victory.

Time

President Donald Trump responded to the nationwide restraining order issued on his revised travel ban on Wednesday, calling the temporary halt an “unprecedented judicial overreach.”
Speaking to supporters at a rally in Nashville, the president said that the latest iteration was a “watered-down version” of the original executive order and that he would challenge the ruling up to the Supreme Court, if necessary.

“We’re going to fight this terrible ruling, we’re going to take our case as far it needs to go in the Supreme Court,” Trump said. “We’re going to win, we’re going to keep our citizens safe, and regardless, we’re going to keep our citizens safe, believe me.

“You don’t think this was done by a judge for political reasons? No! This ruling makes us look weak! Which by the way we no longer are believe me,” the president added.

Trump also said he wanted to return to the first ban, which targeted even more immigrants and was also blocked by a federal court.

“I think we ought to go back to the first [ban], and go all the way,” he said. “That’s what I wanted to do in the first place.”

Earlier on Wednesday, a federal judge in Hawaii blocked Trump’s second attempt at a travel ban aimed at six Muslim-majority countries, which was set to go in effect a day later on Thursday. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson argued in his ruling that the revised executive order still discriminated on the basis of nationality and prevented Hawaii residents from receiving visits from family members in the six affected countries, according to the Associated Press. The state also felt that the proposed ban would harm Hawaii’s tourism economy and damage Hawaiian schools and businesses seeking to recruit foreign citizens.

Hawaii was the first state to legally challenge the president’s travel ban. More than a half a dozen states are also trying to halt the order.

By the logic of Hawaii’s Judge Derrick Watson, no travel ban could ever be enacted. Japanese travelers to the U.S. would have been permitted during World War II because Japanese-Americans would be discriminated against. It seems that to Watson the public safety is of zero concern.

My fondest wish for him is that a jihadist blows his sorry ass to kingdom come. Exactly how to solve the problem of judges who put their political views above the law is difficult to reason out. Realistically, they can’t be arrested, although they should be.

JUDGE DERRICK KAHALA WATSON. YEAH, HE’S NONWHITE.

Teacher Under Fire for Email re Illegals: “I won’t teach them.”

A Hawaii teacher who disputed the globalist open borders policies that are a magnet for illegal immigrants has been outed by his school in cooperation with the liberal press.

He wrote that he wouldn’t teach illegals.

He’s probably facing death threats and being removed from his job because of an email sent Friday morning.

In a normal, sane country the burden would be on those who can explain rationally why illegal alien children should be allowed to enroll in schools that were paid for by citizens. Isn’t it theft to obtain services that others are paying for and you are not?

Whatever discipline teacher John Sullivan received was also probably accompanied by an Obama-like lecture telling him “That’s not who we are.”

Hawaii News Now

EWA BEACH, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) –
A Campbell High School teacher is facing heat after saying in an email to faculty members that he would refuse to teach the children of those in the United States illegally.

He was scheduled to meet with the school’s principal Wednesday.

Hawaii News Now obtained a copy of the email, which was sent Wednesday morning. The full text of the email reads:

This is another attack on the President over deportation. Their parents need to apply for immigration like everyone else. If they are here in the US illegally, I won’t teach them.”

The email was sent by social studies teacher John Sullivan in response to another email sent by a school counselor about nationwide statistics on students who are being kept home from school due to deportation fears.

In an email to Hawaii News Now on Wednesday afternoon, Sullivan called the situation a “misunderstanding.”

“My comment in the email refers to (the email’s title) if students is (sic) kept home, teachers cannot teach them,” he wrote.

Jon Henry Lee, Campbell High School’s principal, spoke with Hawaii News Now prior to meeting with Sullivan this afternoon.

“I just reminded him again that we don’t discriminate against any individuals,” said Lee, who referenced the Department of Education’s Code of Conduct. “We’re going to service all students that are registered in our school.”

Lee also said that Sullivan violated school rules concerning the use of the department’s email system by sharing a political opinion.

A Department of Education spokeswoman said the school’s principal has discretion on any disciplinary action that Sullivan may face.

Corey Rosenlee, president of the Hawaii State Teachers Association, said he could not comment on details in the case.

But, he added, “At the same time, HSTA strongly believes that every child has the right to an education, regardless of their immigration status.”

Most people don’t like being the subject of a negative news article since it brings the nut bags from under their rocks ready to pounce on you.

As to the “right to an education” referred to in the last paragraph, there is no right to an education in the U.S. Constitution that I am aware of. Citizens have the right to create their own schools and set the rules for those schools. Parasites should have no right to invade them if the people who pay for the schools don’t want them there.

Bravo, John Sullivan.

Barack Hussein Obama’s Kenyan Birth Certificate Finally Surfaces

Malik Obama, the alleged half brother of former American president Barack Obama, has Tweeted an unauthenticated copy of President Obama’s birth certificate.

The place of birth is shown as Kenya.

There is a baby footprint visible on the birth certificate, which if shown to match the president’s footprint, would prove that Barack lied about being born in the U.S. state of Hawaii.

The birth certificate that Barack Obama provided to the American people shows Barack’s birthplace as Hawaii. If the Kenyan certificate can be authenticated, then the Hawaii certificate must be a forgery.

Most Americans are aware that current U.S. president Donald J. Trump was demeaned as a “birther” prior to and during his run for the presidency. Sheriff Joe Arapiao of Arizona also investigated Obama’s birth and determined that the Hawaii certificate is a forgery.

Obama Classmate Identifies Lying Obama as Foreign Faggot Who Butt Banged Old White Dudes for Cocaine

Pastor David Manning gets the goods on Obama, who was a “pathological liar” even in high school according to his classmate in the video.

Let’s not ever forget how stupid Americans were for voting this piece of sh*t into the White House.

5 stars out of 5 stars!

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Published on Nov 6, 2013

Mia Marie Pope, who was a high school friend of Barack Obama (aka Barry Soetoro) in Hawaii during the 1970s, says that Obama identified himself as a foreigner in high school and was known as a crack-smoking homosexual.

Facebook’s (((Mark Zuckerberg))) Suing Hundreds of Brown-Skinned Hawaii Natives in Raw Display of Jewish Racism

Mark Zuckerberg’s arrogance has been in the news again. This time, he’s using his wealth to push around some little brown people, descendants of the original Hawaiians.

Zuck just can’t help being a bad neighbor. He already tried to push his neighbors out of their houses in California, in order to give himself the privacy that all cockroaches prefer. Now, he’s trying to invalidate ancient Hawaiian land claims.

As we’ve said before, Zuck’s Facebook is the perfect spying device in for a police state that wants to know everything about everyone. The billions he’s received for advancing the globalist agenda are now being tapped to undermine the remaining bit of traditional Hawaii.

Fortune

Facebook’s CEO is ruffling feathers in Hawaii with a series of lawsuits that seek to stamp out the claims of locals residents who still have an ownership right in a large tract of land he bought on the island of Kauai.

Mark Zuckerberg purchased the 700-acre parcel of rural beachfront property in 2014, but, owing to the quirks of traditional Hawaii culture and property law, he technically shares the title with hundreds of other people in the state. As the Honolulu Star Advertiser explains, the Kuleana Act of 1850 granted land ownership rights to native Hawaiians—rights that can descend to subsequent generations without the formal transfer of deeds or titles.

The upshot is that, even though none of these descendants are living on the 700 acre Kauai track, hundreds of them could still claim a right to enjoy parts of the land. In response, three companies controlled by Zuckerberg filed eight so-called “quiet title” lawsuits to extinguish those claims.

Under the legal process, Zuckerberg will pay compensation to the people he is suing—providing an unexpected windfall to many of them who may not even be aware they have the land rights in the first place. Still, as social media shows, the spectacle of a tech titan filing lawsuits against locals to claim their traditional land does not make for great optics:

A lawyer representing Zuckerberg, Keoni Shultz, issued a statement saying all co-owners of the land will be identified and receive fair value.

“It is common in Hawaii to have small parcels of land within the boundaries of a larger tract, and for the title to these smaller parcels to have become broken or clouded over time,” said Shultz’s statement.

Meanwhile, a person close to Zuckerberg who was not authorized to speak for attribution said the Facebook CEO would not impede access to the beaches (which are public under Hawaiian law in any case), and would permit access to the land for traditional use. On Thursday afternoon, Zuckerberg published a post on Facebook to address what he described as “misleading stories” about the Hawaii property.

As for the “quiet title” lawsuits, the defendants are entitled to challenge Zuckerberg’s claim to exclusive use of the estate, but the cost and bother of going to court may deter many of them from doing so. And since the Facebook CEO will likely pay fair market value, some may be glad to just receive the money.

The total value Zuckerberg will have to pay is unclear, but the Star Advertiser cites property tax records to describe a two acre parcel as valued at $1.15 million and another tiny parcel worth $350. It’s also unclear if Zuckerberg will permit any of the land to be used as park or create any public easements to the land in the future.

The quiet title lawsuits are not the first controversy over the Kauai property. Last year, an earlier fuss arose when Zuckerberg erected a wall on the property that obstructed views of the ocean.
Meanwhile, closer to Facebook’s headquarters in California, the CEO remains embroiled in another land battle—this one over another private Zuckerberg residence in Palo Alto.

“[His] plans to rebuild four homes around his own will form a “compound” and reduce the city’s housing stock, which violates zoning codes and ideal land use,” reported the Mercury News in September in a story about a Palo Alto zoning board meeting.

Zuck sold out his tribe when he married a Chinese woman in order to gain a business foothold in China and add to his riches. There’s no one this cockroach won’t try to damage if there’s shekels in it for him.

Zuck’s nationwide tour hints darkly of a run for the presidency in 2020 or 2024. The same fools who put Obama in the White House twice would be attracted to his candidacy.

Oy vey! I can feel the cultural enrichment a Jew would bring to the white House already.

Mystery Meat Man on Trial for Pregnant White Girlfriend’s Murder Found GUILTY

CARLY :”CHARLI” SCOTT. FIVE MONTHS PREGNANT WHEN MURDERED.

STEVEN CAPOBIANCO.

Steven Capobianco has a vaguely nonwhite appearance, as seen in many of the photos of him on the Internet.

Whatever his ethnicity, a jury has decided that he murdered his ex-girlfriend Carly “Charli” Scott and his unborn son.

Capobianco, a known drug dealer, apparently did not want to be a father.

Maui Now

Jurors have reached a unanimous verdict on both charges: finding Steven Capobianco guilty as charged for murder in the second degree of Carly “Charli” Scott and for setting Scott’s vehicle on fire.

The verdict was reached in the trial of Capobianco who was accused of murdering his pregnant ex girlfriend.

The court recessed to review the aggravated circumstances in the case since the state bears the burden of proving Capobianco guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

Capobianco was standing trial on charges of killing Scott and setting her vehicle on fire in February of 2014. Scott was 27-years-old and five months pregnant at the time with an unborn child fathered by the defendant.

Capobianco has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Deliberations began on Dec. 1, following the conclusion of closing arguments from the state and defense, as well as a rebuttal argument from the prosecution.

The court received communication on the ninth day of deliberations indicating that the jury was “divided.” In a subsequent communication, the jury decided to deliberate further to “feel more confident in their own personal vote decision.”

The trial began more than six months ago with the state introducing 71 witnesses and entering hundreds of items into evidence.

The defendant is the last person known to have seen Scott alive. In the days following Charli Scott’s disappearance, Capobianco had done an interview with police in which he said Scott had picked him up on the night of Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014, and dropped him off at his truck that he said got stuck in Keʻanae on Feb. 8, 2014.

According to the account, both headed back to Haʻikū, with Scott following Capobianco in case his vehicle broke down again. Scott was reported missing the next night on Feb. 10, 2014.

In closing arguments, the defense suggested that the story Capobianco told police could have been lie to cover up a drug deal involving marijuana. Defense Attorney Jon Apo said, “This big lie, the state says is proof of murder–Ladies and gentlemen, why would it be a surprise to anyone that a drug dealer, as the state has evidenced him to be, would be lying to a detective about why he was at a particular location?”

Prosecuting attorney Robert Rivera said that Capobianco was the “only person with a motive, the opportunity and intent,” and said it was “utterly and absolutely ridiculous,” that “he didn’t try to clear his name and continued to lie just to cover up some kind of marijuana deal.”

The defense also argued that marks left on a jawbone recovered from Nuaʻailua were consistent with scoring from a pig or wild boar. “Dr. Laufer tells you that parallelism of the scratches make it highly unlikely that those were caused by a knife,” Apo said during closing arguments.

That argument was contrary to the testimony presented by several witnesses for the prosecution who said the marks were consistent with a knife. Dr. Lindsey K Harle a Forensic Pathologist with Clinical Labs of Hawaiʻi testified that incision injuries were likely inflicted by “someone attacking her with a sharp object” or someone using a knife to “essentially de-flesh the bone.”

One more lowlife is going to be removed from our midst. The problem is that he’s eligible for parole.

The state did not charge him with the murder of his unborn son, which shows Hawaii’s liberal pro-abortion leanings. In some other states, he probably would have been charged with double murder.

Seven Amazing Photos From December 7, 1941

That last photo shows the man who wanted war with Japan, no matter the cost in American lives. Let’s never forget General Smedley Butler’s dictim: All wars are banker’s wars.

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The Pearl Harbor photos were sourced from Buzzfeed. There are 23 more equally dramatic photos at the link.