Criminal Case Dropped Against Female SJW Who Grabbed Trump Supporter’s MAGA Cap


Excerpt from Oregon Live

Prosecutors have dropped criminal charges against a 30-year-old woman who grabbed a pro-Trump hat off of an apparent alt-right demonstrator and threw it on the ground.

Kelly Marshall Baur was scheduled to go to trial this week on charges of misdemeanor harassment for taking the hat off of Jacob Lortie’s head on June 4 as a crowd of Patriot Prayer demonstrators were disbanding from a “Trump Free Speech Rally” in downtown Portland.

Baur claims to be a farmer and filmmaker. The linked article implies she’s a parasite. Her actions suggest she’s a psycho.

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Female Somali Cop on Leave After Arrest for Carousing at Nightclub


You can always count on a Dindu to act like a Dindu no matter what title or uniform you give them. Affirmative action hires will always be affirmative action unqualified.


A 24-year-old Portland police officer has been charged with five misdemeanors, including assault and battery, after being arrested Saturday night at a concert venue in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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20x’s DEPORTED MEXICAN, Sergio Jose Martinez, Laughs While Being Sentenced For Sodomy, Kidnapping and Sexual Assault In SANCTUARY STATE of Oregon


The horrific crimes perpetrated by Mexinig Sergio Jose Martinez would have happened in Mexico if the porous Obama border had been sealed off with Trump’s wall.

The crimes also might not have happened had Oregon not declared itself a sanctuary state.

The women victims of this piece of walking sh*t should find a lawyer and see if the state and city can be sued for allowing a multiple offender to prey on innocent citizens.


PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – The man who violently attacked 2 women on the same day in July was sentenced to 35 years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to multiple charges.

Sergio Jose Martinez — who has a lengthy history of violating immigration law — pleaded guilty to first-degree burglary, first-degree sodomy, first-degree sexual abuse, first-degree kidnapping, first-degree robbery, second-degree assault, attempted first-degree sexual abuse and second-degree assault.

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Strangers Sending Greeting Cards to Boy Who May Not Live to Christmas


The parents of little Jacob Thomas aren’t asking for much.

It’s not money or any other material thing of great value that they seek.

What they are wishing for is happiness for their dying son.

Like most little boys, he looks forward to Christmas every year.

He may not be alive on December 25.

Here’s how you can make Jacob a little happier in the time he has left.

Washington Post via NOLA

Nine-year-old Jacob Thompson may not live until Christmas.

He was diagnosed several years ago with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a rare type of cancerous tumor that has spread to his head, including on the membrane between his skull and his brain, his family says.

His mother, Michelle Thompson Simard, wrote on a GoFundMe page that Jacob has been admitted to the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital in Portland, Maine, “for the last time.”

She wrote earlier this month that “his father, Roger, and myself have been told that we should be spending as much time as possible with him and we should start making arrangements for his passing.”

She added: “It is expected Jacob may pass away within the month.”

So the boy’s family, friends and complete strangers are bringing an early Christmas to the terminally ill boy – decorating his hospital room with a tree, requesting a special visit from Santa Claus and showing him support with homemade holiday cards that are pouring in from people all over, according to NBC affiliate WCSH.

“Jacob loves Christmas,” his father, Roger Guay, told the news station, encouraging people to continue sending him cards. “Any way to brighten his day would be a great benefit to him.”

Jacob’s mother said her son was admitted to the hospital Oct. 11 after starting a round of chemotherapy and radiation, with no signs that it was helping him.

“Since then we have learned that his hip is extreamly peppered by tumors, which was described as looking like lace. This obviously has added to the pain and more importantly with his ability to walk and move around,” she wrote.

Thompson Simard has been documenting the response from people who have been sending Christmas cards and toys to make the early holiday memorable for the boy.

On Wednesday, she posted a picture of Jacob with his first card, featuring a penguin, which his family says is his favorite animal.

His mother told Good Housekeeping that his motto is “live like a penguin,” which, she said, her son believes means to “be friendly, stand by each other, go the extra mile, jump into life and be cool.”

“Jacob loves the holiday season,” she said, “and we want him to know that Christmas wishes come true and that there are good people who care all around the world.”

Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital said in a statement Thursday that the response has been “wonderfully overwhelming.”

However, the hospital said: “Out of concern for Jacob and all the patients at the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, please refrain from personally delivering cards to the hospital. Instead, homemade cards can be mailed to Jacob, care of The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center, 22 Bramhall Street, Portland, Maine, 04102. Any toys or other gifts sent will be donated to the holiday gift pool for all patients at BBCH, at the request of Jacob’s parents.

“Jacob and the other children at the hospital would love it if you upload videos to this Facebook page of your families or friends singing holiday carols. We will show them to the children!”

Heavy offers more on Jacob in its 5 Fast Facts format. He likes penguins.

PC Run Amok: City Cancels Columbus Day Despite Protests from Italians

Chris Columbus got the immigration ball rolling in the Americas.

So what’s the problem?

Oh, they were WHITE immigrants.

The wops aren’t taking this news well, and who could blame them?

Press Herald

Maine’s largest city will no longer celebrate Columbus Day as a municipal holiday.

The Portland City Council voted unanimously Monday to designate the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The vote came after nearly an hour of public comment.

Portland became the latest municipality in Maine to recognize indigenous people instead of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, who arrived in the New World on Oct. 12, 1492. Belfast was the first to make the switch in 2015, Bangor did so last month and Orono followed suit last week. Later Monday night, the Brunswick Town Council voted 8-1 to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

Columbus Day has been a federal holiday since 1937 and will continue to be.

While the initiatives in Belfast and Bangor saw no public opposition, Italian-Americans, including representatives of the Italian Heritage Center, opposed the proposal in Portland. They said Columbus Day is less a celebration about one individual and more a celebration of Italian-American heritage.

“This is like a slap in the face to the Italians who reside here,” said Marianne Dalfonso Reali, a past president of the heritage center, which has a statue of Columbus in its lobby in Portland.

Steve Caminiti, who grew up in Portland and now lives in Falmouth, said he didn’t want to argue about whether Columbus was a good man or a bad man. Instead, he highlighted the fact that Portland, and America in general, is a nation of immigrants.

“We look at that as something that celebrates our contribution to the city of Portland and the country overall,” Caminiti said. “We understand all of these things are tainted in history.”

But others see a darker side of history – one that is rarely taught in history books.

Maulian Dana Smith, a member of the Penobscot Nation, said Columbus committed heinous crimes, including genocide. She noted how natives literally had their native language beaten out of them.

“You can’t ask us to gloss over that history just so people can have a day off,” Smith said.

Portland resident Jenn Sorkin was more blunt.

Columbus was “a murderer,” Sorkin said. “He’s a rapist. He’s an enslaver. If he were alive today there is no doubt he would be on death row. It’s absolute nonsense.”

Sorkin? Isn’t that a Jewish name?

We can’t have an article without quoting a Jew agitator, now can we?

Western Europeans first came to the Portland peninsula back in the 1600s, when it was a part of Falmouth. However, little is known about the Wabanakis who once called this region “Aucocisco.” Historians have estimated 90 percent of them were killed by disease brought by early explorers and by warfare after settlers arrived in full force.

City Councilor Spencer Thibodeau seemed to sum up the view of the council when he said the proposal was about including indigenous people in the historical discussion, rather than excluding Italian-Americans.

“(It’s) more of an opportunity to celebrate this day as one chooses,” Thibodeau said. “That is what I think is most powerful about it.”

Supporters of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, who noted that Columbus never set foot in America, called the council action a first step in correcting history books, but it’s unclear how it will affect students in Portland.

Superintendent Xavier Botana said changing the school calendar would require a vote of the school board, which has not discussed the issue. And the district does not prescribe lesson plans for Columbus Day, Botana said.

“It is important to note that our teachers teach about the impact of colonization on Native American tribes, including Maine Native Americans, throughout the social studies curriculum in an age-appropriate manner,” he said in an email.

“We also teach about the interplay of enduring themes such as exploration and discovery, economic expansionism, immigration, colonialism, genocide and cultural genocide, among other concepts associated with the arrival of Europeans in the Americas,” he said.

Recognizing indigenous people on Columbus Day is a growing trend across the U.S. A few states – Alaska, Oregon, South Dakota and Vermont – don’t recognize Columbus Day.

A bill to make Indigenous Peoples’ Day a state holiday did not advance in the Legislature this year.

The proposal was sponsored by Councilor Pious Ali, who participated in a workshop this year with the Maine-Wabanaki REACH program, which aims to improve the health and well-being of Wabanakis.

I hate to see whites participating in soft white genocide. The erasure of explorers from history, all of whom were white, is intended to be demoralizing, and it is.

Antifa Violence erupts at anti-white nationalist rally in Portland


I had to spend 15 minutes looking for info on who was responsible for the violence. The mainstream media just won’t say. I’m surprised that the Portland police were allowed to Tweet out the truth.


PORTLAND — Violence broke out between opposing groups at an anti-white nationalist rally in Portland that left at least one police officer injured, CBS affiliate KOIN-TV reports.

Police made several arrests in the city’s downtown area as two groups faced off over different views on white nationalism.

The Portland Police Department tweeted that marchers and residents should clear the area for their own safety, adding that officers reported protesters attacking photographers and that projectiles were thrown at officers. They said several arrests were made and at least one officer was injured.

An opposition group held its own protest Sunday which was scheduled for around 2 p.m. local time but instead started around 12:30 p.m.

“We will be there with flags,” Joey Gibson of the Patriot Prayer Group said.

Officials said Friday that Portland Stands United Against Hate has a permit. It is not clear if Patriot Prayer does.

Authorities had previously announced a heightened police presence due to past violence between the opposition groups.

Mayor Ted Wheeler warned protesters that “illegal behavior is unacceptable.”

“We will not tolerate acts of violence. We will not tolerate vandalism. We will not tolerate criminal behavior,” Wheeler said.

Unlike earlier in the year, Portland is taking steps to protect Trump supporters, Christians, and pro-white citizens from violent attacks.

That’s progress.

Street War in Portland as Antifa Attack Trump Supporters While Police Stand Down


Oregon Live

Dueling protests made their way through downtown Portland Sunday afternoon, with a few violent altercations but little police involvement. Three people were arrested on disorderly conduct charges.

The protests began about 2 p.m. at Salmon Street Springs in Tom McCall Waterfront Park, with about 150 supporters of President Trump waving American flags and wearing red Make America Great Again caps.

Joey Gibson, leader of the conservative Patriot Prayer movement and organizer of the rally, said the aim of the march was to promote “freedom and tolerance for people who think differently.”

But nearby, anti-fascist protesters in similar numbers characterized the Patriot Prayer group as white supremacists, chanting, “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA.” Many wore black bandanas to cover their faces and at one point gathered in a smaller group to burn an American flag.


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