Determined Ann Coulter to Speak at Berkeley Public Square on Thursday

This story broke about a half hour ago. The situation is fluid and subject to change. The important thing to bear in mind is that the liberal/progressive/Communist police state in Berkeley wants Ann not to speak. If she does speak, some of them would like her dead, which poses problems for law enforcement.

By this point in time, the Berkeley police have had plenty of time to infiltrate the violent criminal thug groups that call themselves the antifa. If a pro-white group were as violent, all its leaders would be under arrest and charged with hate crimes.

The Hill

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter will give a speech at a public plaza at the University of California at Berkeley on Thursday, sparking concerns about massive protests causing safety hazards.

Coulter will speak at Sproul Plaza, the legendary site of the 1960s Free Speech Movements, an area that is open to the public.

UC Berkeley’s chancellor Nicholas Dirks told the Washington Post the school is worried about not being able to screen attendees for weapons.

If the event were inside, the university could use metal detectors and otherwise search for weapons, Dirks said.

“In an open space, you have almost no control over that,” he added, according to the Post report. “The challenges are immense.”

The Post report indicated the school is readying police for the event.

Coulter has repeatedly insisted she will speak on Thursday, despite Berkeley initially canceling the event over safety concerns. Berkeley attempted to move the event date until May 2, but Coulter rejected the proposed change.

“Nice day for an outdoor speech at Berkeley,” Coulter tweeted Monday, sharing a Thursday weather report for the area.

On Monday, the students who initially invited Coulter to speak filed a lawsuit against the school.

The suit accuses “university administrators and campus police” of “repressive actions” to stifle free speech.

Berkeley’s concerns for safety follows massive protests that erupted on campus in February, after the same College Republicans group that invited Coulter brought right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at the university.

A Berkeley student who is a member of the student groups that invited Coulter told the Post that he shares the school’s concerns for safety, and they are hoping to find an off-campus space for the talk.

He said Coulter has still insisted she will speak at the public plaza.

“We’re worried about it turning into a huge battle between her security and conservative militia and anti-fascists and others,” student Pranav Jandhyala told the Post. “To have that right in middle of Sproul doesn’t bode well for the image of our school or the city. We’re worried about violence and student safety and our own safety as well. It’s a huge safety concern.”

While I was putting together this post, Breitbart broke the news that the Young Americans for Freedom are pulling out of the Ann Coulter event due to the extreme danger. YAF blames a university administration hostile to free speech for their action. I believe we might call their action cowardly.

Breaking! Judge Blocks Trump’s Sanctuary Cities Funding Order

There’s clearly a lot of foot-dragging going on by the USA government’s lawyers who are supposed to be arguing for President Trump’s policies. Holdovers from the Obama era are sabotaging the rule of law.

Mercury News

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge Tuesday halted President Donald Trump’s executive order stripping sanctuary jurisdictions of federal funding, dealing a blow to the Trump Administration’s efforts to punish so-called sanctuary cities and counties.

With Santa Clara County and San Francisco’s landmark motion for a preliminary injunction approved, the section of the executive order applying to sanctuary jurisdictions will not go into effect until the court rules on the county’s Feb. 3 lawsuit against the administration.

District Judge William Orrick issued a ruling less than two weeks after a hearing on the case. Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez called it a victory for immigrant rights.

“We’re fighting for the United States Constitution and we succeeded after the Trump Administration tried to do an end run around it,” Chavez said in a statement. “The court’s decision is a win for the neediest people in our nation. Seniors in need of food, foster youth in need of shelter and children who need medical care. We’ll continue being a welcoming, safe and diverse community.”

The case has placed Santa Clara and San Francisco at the center of a contentious debate about sanctuary cities and counties. Hundreds of jurisdictions around the country have declared themselves sanctuaries for undocumented immigrants, proclaiming they will not turn those immigrants over to federal agents, despite repeated threats from the Trump Administration.

But an April 14 hearing at the Phillip Burton Federal Building revealed those threats were largely symbolic–federal attorneys confessed they had no idea how President Trump’s executive order stripping sanctuary jurisdictions of federal funding would actually work.

They said the government at this point hasn’t identified any “sanctuary jurisdictions,” must less defined what the term means.

The admissions suggested that the Trump administration has done little so far to translate months of threatening words from the president and Attorney General Jeff Sessions into a real anti-sanctuary policy.

Orrick appeared to sense the ambiguity of the policy, at one point asking, “What would the purpose of the executive order be?”

The bolded statement above is an admission that the goal of the left is to import the entire world while making white taxpayers pay every expense for the alien populations.

If that doesn’t scare you, nothing will. To add insult to injury the left, represented by the words of Cindy Chavez, is claiming that the Constitution requires open borders and taxpayer support of illegals.

The time for talk is rapidly drawing to a close. The time for action, real action, draws ever nearer.

Fox’s Trump Supporter Sean Hannity Accused of Sexual Harassment by Bleached Blonde Jew

Muh Jew lady has a history of being a fake conservative. Hannity should weather the storm that is being fired up by the liberal media, but in reality he, like O’Reilly, no longer fits the Fox agenda.

Will Hannity, a neocon Zionist who always supports Israel understand now the depths of Jewish treachery? No, of course not. But he’s a brother under attack by a lying Jewish fake conservative (focused on exterminating Muslims), so there’s no reason for us to throw him under the bus and every reason to back him.

Huffington Post

Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News star to be accused of sexual harassment.

In an interview with the Pat Campbell Show on Friday, former Fox News contributor Debbie Schlussel claimed that Hannity had invited her to his hotel room — twice — when they appeared together for one of his programs. But when she rebuffed him, Schlussel said that she was never asked back on the show.

Schlussel claimed the “awkward” incident began when Hannity invited her to a store where he was signing books. While there, she said Hannity asked her: “Why don’t you come back with me to my hotel?” Schlussel said she responded: “No, I have to get ready for the show.”

Schlussel said Hannity pressed her again to come to his hotel room after the show taping, which did not go well. She refused.

“I wasn’t booked on his show again, and he called me and yelled at me,” Schlussel said. “It was made clear to me that I didn’t go back to his hotel with him after. I got a very weird feeling about the whole thing, and I kind of knew I wouldn’t be back on his show.”

DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL. SO-CALLED CONSERVATIVE.

She added: “This kind of stuff is all over the place at Fox News and anything that has to do with Sean Hannity.”

Her comments were aired just days after Bill O’Reilly’s ouster by Fox News in the wake of revelations that he and the company had paid out some $13 million to women who accused him of sexual harassment.

Fox News provided a statement to The Huffington Post from Hannity who said that Schlussel’s claims were “100 percent false and a complete fabrication.” He called her a “serial harasser who has been lying about me for well over a decade,” and threatened to sue her using a “team of some of the finest and toughest lawyers in the country.”

Hannity also characterized Schlussel’s comments as part of a “coordinated effort afoot to now silence those with conservative views.”

Schlussel, however, is a conservative. One sign of her politics was her repeated — and false — claim beginning in 2006 that President Barack Obama was a Muslim, insisting: “Once a Muslim, always a Muslim.”

But Schlussel has also clashed with Hannity, whom she referred to as “Vannity.” In 2007, she accused him of plagiarizing one of her columns. Three years later, she said the Freedom Alliance, a charity linked to Hannity, was involved in questionable practices, which the charity vehemently denied.

“This is not the first time Debbie Schlussel has lied about Sean Hannity,” Fox News stated. A point-by-point refutation of Schlussel’s attacks on the charity was also included.

Fox’s track record on sexual harassment, on the other hand, is abysmal. Before the most recent controversy over O’Reilly, several women had accused former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, which ultimately resulted in millions of dollars in payoffs. Former Fox News host Alisyn Camerota just revealed on Sunday that Ailes made inappropriate sexual comments to her and told her she’d have to meet him in a hotel if she wanted more opportunities at the network.

Ailes was eventually forced out of the company with a $40 million golden parachute. O’Reilly received a $25 million settlement as part of his deal to leave.

Over the weekend, Hannity posted a Twitter rant after he was named by The New York Times as one of President Donald Trump’s private advisers. He called the story “total fake news speculation,” then wondered if the Times had found out whom he talks to because perhaps he’s being “surveilled and unmasked by the NSA.”

Woman Judge Rules in Favor of 11 Year Old Girl Suing President Trump Over Global Warming

AVERY MCRAE. SHE’S SUING TRUMP. LOL.

The anti-Trump lawsuit brought by an 11 year old environmentalist against President Trump is a psy op.

Lawsuits like this one cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.

That’s a lot of bake sales.

Clearly, there are adults who have indoctrinated children into a politically correct belief system. The 11 year old in this story is probably also a transgender rights activist.

This story is disgusting.

CBS News

EUGENE, Ore. — Avery McRae has been passionate about the environment for half a lifetime, and she’s been worried about climate change since kindergarten.

Now, at 11, she is really getting serious. She recently signed on to sue President Trump and the U.S. government.

“Trump is not doing anything to help stop climate change,” she says. “He’s a climate change denier, and we’re gonna prove that to the world!”

McRae is one of 21 students suing the government claiming it is violating their constitutional right to a healthy planet by not doing enough to limit the use fossil fuels.

The case, originally filed in Oregon in 2015, bears the name of lead plaintiff, Kelsey Juliana.

“It’s a disgrace that the government has put its citizens and its younger generation into a position where we have to go to court,” McRae says.

The Justice Department tried to get it thrown out but instead, in November, U.S. District Court Judge Ann Aiken agreed to hear it.

“My mom’s like ‘your case won, and you’re gonna move forward,’ and I screamed so loud,” McRae says. “I was getting ready to cry, but i was like ‘no, no, I’ve got to get back to class!’”

The trial could start later this year, and 16-year-old Aji Piper says, “bring it on.” He says he’s not intimidated to take on the federal government along with major oil companies and lobbyists.

“You have the biggest oil and gas companies against you, it’s like, good — let them be defeated in court.”

And though their lawsuit may seem like a long shot, who better to fight for the future than those who will be here to see it.

I like this comment from a farm woman:

PATRICIAGUENTHER 1 hour ago

Climate change is a hoax. Just ask anybody that has lived in the same area for 50 years or more. If climate change were real, they would have noticed. Farmers can tell you it’s all a lie. They pay attention to the weather. They have too. Their very livelihood depends on it. In the nearly 100 years our family has been in the Columbia Basin, the climate has NOT changed. We receive between 7 and 11 inches of total moisture a year when averaged over a 10 year period. Even with the addition of thousands of miles of canals for irrigation back in the 50’s and 60’s, it has not changed. These students need to be taught real science not pseudo-sciences that tell them climate change is real and that there are more than 2 different genders.

When you look behind Door #1, Door #2, and Door #3 in ridiculous pys ops like this one, you either find a Jew or a lesbian. This one is a lesbian, methinks, no matter that her Wikipedia entry indicates otherwise. She was appointed to the bench by Bill Clinton.

The judge was also responsible for the Malheur wildlife preserve occupation by the Bundy family.

Wikipedia

On October 7, 2015, Judge Aiken resentenced Dwight L. Hammond and his son Steven D. Hammond to five years in prison with credit for time served for federal arson, the mandatory minimum for that crime. The Hammonds had illegally set fires on their ranch which burned 140 acres of federal land. U.S. District Judge Michael R. Hogan had sentenced the Hammonds to 3 months and 1 year in prison respectively, but Judge Aiken ruled that the minimum sentences must be followed.[5] Armed militiamen led by Ammon Bundy occupied the Malheur Wildlife Refuge near the Hammonds’ ranch in protest of the ruling, demanding that the Hammonds be released and that the hundred-year-old wildlife refuge be given over to local control.[6]

Bad judges make bad law.

An Unhappy Bill O Speaks

SKIRT CHASER.

Reading between the lines, I would say that the combative O’Reilly does not intend to go away. Who could blame him? His personality is not such that he’s going to hide out in the woods, feeling all ashamed at having manly desires.

A handful of dirty feminists got Rupert to kick him under the bus by involving cowardly, politically correct advertisers in a boycott. Very few in his audience cared about Bill’s personal indiscretions. In fact, his audience grew as more accusations came out.

Sure, Bill can be an ***h*le, but he was the people’s ***h*le.

I believe Fox is contractually obligated to pay him his salary for the duration of his contract. That’s usually the way these things work.

The Daily Beast

Bill O’Reilly released a statement Wednesday afternoon lamenting his firing from Fox News over a bevy of sexual-harassment allegations, old and new, that have dogged him and the network and led to a major advertising boycott. “Over the past 20 years at Fox News, I have been extremely proud to launch and lead one of the most successful news programs in history, which has consistently informed and entertained millions of Americans and significantly contributed to building Fox into the dominant news network in television,” he wrote. “It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims. But that is the unfortunate reality many of us in the public eye must live with today. I will always look back on my time at Fox with great pride in the unprecedented success we achieved and with my deepest gratitude to all my dedicated viewers. I wish only the best for Fox News Channel.”

Let me repeat my traditional belief system: Any single man has the right to woo any single woman. Any woman has the right to reject any man’s advances.

That system worked well for thousands of years. Only now, men have no right to woo a woman. That power shift is part of a broader conspiracy to exterminate the white race by destroying the white family.

This cartoon is an example of propaganda designed to make you think that there’s something wrong with being interested in the opposite sex. If Bill O were a lesbian women who did exactly what he did, there’d be no problem as far as the media is concerned. If fact, the women who did the rejecting would be labeled “lesbophobes.”

Report: O’Reilly Out at Fox

BILL’S NEWEST ACCUSER IS A NEGRESS WHO SAYS HE USED TABOO WORDS TO DESCRIBE BLACKS.

Bill O, you go on vacation and the palace intrigue dethrones you. I guess the lesson is that the King shouldn’t go on vacation.

Nobody knows what you did, Bill. That’s a shame because probably you just acted like a normal male. Although you do have a reputation as a bully.

By acting like a man, I mean having an eye for the ladies and showing some manly interest. I hope you didn’t grab em by the *****. That’s assault. It’s against the law.

Now they say you’re a racist too. I hope so. It would be great to know that you’re a race realist not afraid of the N-word.

HE CALLED HER HAIR A JAMES BROWN WIG. NOT BAD.

Variety

Fox News Channel is poised to end the 21-year tenure of Bill O’Reilly on the news cabler amid a cascade of sexual harassment allegations.

O’Reilly’s exit from the network he has been with almost since its inception is expected to be official later this week. The Murdoch clan that controls Fox News had originally backed the top-rated host of “The O’Reilly Factor,” but the drumbeat of allegations of harassment from multiple women during the past three weeks has proven untenable for parent company 21st Century Fox.

Like the ouster last summer of Fox News chairman-CEO Roger Ailes, O’Reilly’s apparent downfall is a milestone for the industry and a signal of the second-generation Murdoch leadership now steering Fox. It’s a dizzying turn of events for a TV veteran who has long banked on a loyal following and his stature as an influential voice in national politics.

O’Reilly’s attorney, Marc Kasowitz, asserted that the host has been the target of a “brutal campaign of character assassination that is unprecedented in post-McCarthyist America,” fueled by “far-left organizations bent on destroying O’Reilly for political and financial reasons.”

Fox News declined to comment on a report by the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday evening that it was preparing to cut its ties to O’Reilly. A source close to O’Reilly on Tuesday afternoon said there were no exit negotiations underway, but the tide appeared to shift just a few hours later.

The groundswell of pressure on O’Reilly and the leaders of 21st Century Fox started April 1 when the New York Times published a detailed report of $13 million in settlements that O’Reilly and Fox News had paid out to five women. The report sparked advertiser defections and public pressure campaigns by organizations such as UltraViolet and Color of Change.

O’Reilly has been on vacation from his show since April 12. He had been scheduled to return on April 24, but multiple sources indicated that it was unlikely he would return to his regular slot as host of the nightly 8 p.m. hour. It was not entirely clear of O’Reilly would be afforded the opportunity for a farewell broadcast on Fox News’ air.

21st Century Fox patriarch Rupert Murdoch, now chairman of Fox News, was said to have favored backing O’Reilly, whose popularity was the key driver in taking Fox News to the top of the cable news rankings in the early 2000s. But son James Murdoch, now CEO of 21st Century Fox was said to have pushed for the opposite amid the mushrooming scandal that led to more than 60 advertisers defecting from “O’Reilly Factor” just days after the Times report.

On Tuseday, an anonymous African-American woman claimed through attorney Lisa Bloom to have endured sexual and racially charged comments from O’Reilly while working for Fox in 2008.

Industry observers said the dynamic around O’Reilly was becoming too much of a liability for a company of 21st Century Fox’s size and scope. Not only would the company be vulnerable to more lawsuits from women claiming harassment, but the taint of the scandal could impact Fox’s businesses in other areas. A chief concern is Fox’s pending $14 billion buyout of the remaining interest in European satellite giant Sky, which is now being reviewed by U.K. regulators.

O’Reilly’s expected departure promises to leave Fox News with a big hole in its long-dominant primetime lineup. “The O’Reilly Factor” in recent months has averaged nearly 4 million viewers a night, riding the surge of interest in politics sparked by the historic 2016 presidential campaign. Fox News also runs the risk of a backlash from O’Reilly’s loyal viewers, who may shun the network entirely, particularly if O’Reilly lands at a rival TV or digital platform.

A man is known by who his enemies are. You’re a pretty good guy, Bill. The left and feminists hate your guts. That shows you’ve been doing something right.

If you have been dethroned by political correctness I hope you fight back and bounce back bigger than ever and more honest than ever.

Good luck to you, my brother.

(((Feminists))) to Fly Banner from Airplane Protesting Mean Man Bill O

Excerpt from Hollywood Reporter

The group, UltraViolet, will fly a plane banner over New York on Tuesday that reads, “Fox: #DropOReilly, The Sexual Predator.”

Ultraviolet, a women’s rights group leading the charge against Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly amid his sexual harassment controversy, is planning a protest for Tuesday in order to demand that he be fired from the network.

In the past few weeks since The New York Times reported that O’Reilly and Fox News have allegedly paid $13 million to women who claimed that he sexually harassed or verbally abused them, several groups have boycotted and called for advertisers to drop The O’Reilly Factor.

Ultraviolet has called for a boycott, and later published an open letter to 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch to fire O’Reilly, which read in part, “We are sexual assault and domestic violence survivors and their loved ones, writing once again to ask you to rid Fox News of its culture of gender-based abuse.”

The group now has a protest planned for Tuesday, to be held at Fox News headquarters in New York, which includes a plane to fly a banner reading “Fox: #DropOReilly, The Sexual Predator.”