Vet Turned Referee Walked Out After Athlete Kneels, is Suspended for 18 Months

JIM SADDLER. OUT OF A JOB FOR NEXT 18 MONTHS

His anger has gotten Jim Saddler in trouble. As the Kennedy family allegedly used to say: Don’t get mad, get even.

Indy Star

INDIANAPOLIS – Jim Saddler is sorry. That’s the first thing he wants you to know. Not sorry for being angry — he’s still pretty angry — but for the way he handled his anger when he saw a volleyball player kneeling during the national anthem. As an Indiana High School Athletic Association licensed official for more than two decades, he knows he has an obligation to honor his commitments.

It’s just like being in the military, the Air Force veteran said.

“In the Air Force, you have a duty, and you do it,” Saddler, a retired Presidential Flight Attendant on Air Force One, told IndyStar on Thursday. “The same with sporting events. I guess I went AWOL. I feel bad about it.”

But in the heat of the moment, the 67-year-old Carmel resident and Indiana Pacers usher couldn’t help himself. As a veteran and someone with many friends who lost their lives defending this country, he has little tolerance for people he thinks are disrespecting them or what they died for.

That’s why when he saw a North Central girls varsity volleyball player kneeling before an Oct. 9 match he was supposed to line judge, he couldn’t stay and do his duty.

He was barely able to contain his anger when he saw fans “sitting on their butts” during the national anthem, but once he saw the player on a knee, he had to leave.

Saddler calmly walked to the scorer’s bench, turned in his flag, then approached the North Central coach to inform him why he couldn’t stay.

As he was walking out, Saddler said, North Central assistant athletic director Andy Elkins shouted to him.

“You have a contract!” Saddler said Elkins hollered. Elkins then reminded Saddler that he was walking out on high school kids and that he had been paid $20 to line judge the game.

Saddler walked over to Elkins, handed him $20 and left.

He’s regretted it ever since.

“What they did just upset me so badly that I just could not stay there,” Saddler said.” (But) I know it’s her constitutional right to do what she wants to do. And it wasn’t fair to the other girls who were standing and respecting the flag. After I thought about it, you know, sometimes it takes you a little time to sit down and think about stuff and what you did. And after I thought about it, I would never ever do that again. I would never break a contract.”

Elkins could not be reached for comment, but North Central athletic director Paul Loggan, who has spoken with Elkins since the incident, confirmed Saddler’s story except for saying he did not know whether Elkins had raised his voice.

Loggan said Elkins told him that Saddler was “very professional” and that he did not lose his temper with any players, coaches or fans.

A few days later, Saddler received a letter from IHSAA Commissioner Bobby Cox informing him that his license had been revoked for the rest of this school year and until winter sports begin next year.

Cox confirmed the suspension with IndyStar but declined to comment further for this story.

Saddler, who also officiates softball and basketball, said the letter shocked him. He had expected to be reprimanded, maybe even suspended for a few games or until the end of year, but a year-and-a-half? That seemed excessive to him.

Saddler said that he’s never been in trouble with the IHSAA before and that as far as he knows, he’s a well-respected, well-liked official in Indiana.

Loggan confirmed as much.

“He’s a very well-respected official and man,” the North Central AD said. “He’s been a volleyball official here and a softball official here, and we’ve never had any issues with him.”

Jim confused sports fans with patriots. They’re not. They’re Negro worshipers. Jim offended the Negro gods and they have spoken.

He should walk away from sports and join a Neo-Nazi skinhead group instead. Any group listed by the SPLC as a hate group will do.

Judge Susan Bolton Screws Sheriff Joe Arpaio One More Time–Denies Conviction Erasure

In Texas a person convicted of certain crimes can have his conviction expunged if he stays out of trouble and pays the state a hefty fee.

I’m not sure about Arizona, where Sheriff Joe is based. But he’s looking to have his conviction erased.

His lawyers will have to figure out the next steps to take. The man would never have been convicted were it not for vindictive liberal judge Susan Bolton.

Tucson

Saying the president can’t erase facts, a federal judge on Thursday rejected a bid by former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to have all record of his criminal conviction wiped out.

Susan Bolton said she already dismissed the criminal contempt case against Arpaio following the decision by President Trump to issue a pardon. That saved the former sheriff, who had been found guilty, from the possibility of going to jail for up to six months.

But Bolton rebuffed Arpaio’s claim that the pardon also entitled him to have the entire conviction erased.

“The power to pardon is an executive prerogative of mercy, not of judicial record-keeping,” Bolton wrote, quoting earlier court precedent.

“The pardon undoubtedly spared defendant from any punishment that might otherwise have been imposed,” the judge continued. “It did not, however, revise the historical facts of this case.”

Arpaio, however, is not willing to simply enjoy his freedom.

“It’s not going to be dropped,” he told Capitol Media Services.

Jack Wilenchik, one of his attorneys, said the relief the sheriff is seeking is important.

He said Arpaio intended to appeal his conviction, if for no other reason than Bolton had said he was not entitled to a jury trial. Wilenchik said he believes Arpaio would have won.

But now, with the pardon, there’s no opportunity to appeal, meaning the record of the conviction remains. And that, he said would be something that could be used against the former sheriff in any future criminal or civil case.

OBSERVE THE FAMOUS PINK UNDERWEAR IN JOE’S JAIL.

The conviction stems from the years’ old case filed against Arpaio and the department he led, accusing the agency of having policies of stopping motorists who look like they might be in the country illegally, whether or not they had violated any state laws. Deputies then would hand the people over to federal immigration officials.

U.S. District Judge Murray Snow found Arpaio and the department guilty of illegal racial profiling and he ordered it to stop. Snow later concluded the department violated his orders and referred Arpaio, two aides and a former attorney for charges of criminal contempt.

The Department of Justice, then under President Obama, decided to pursue only Arpaio. And Bolton, who handled that case, used his own words and press releases to show he intentionally ignored Snow’s orders.

But before he could be sentenced, Trump interceded. And Bolton concluded that ended the case.

Wilenchik, however, said that’s not enough.

He said the conviction should be nullified. And Wilenchik said Bolton is misstating his arguments in asking that any evidence of the case against Arpaio be wiped out.

“We’re not asking to undo facts,” he said.

“We’re not asking for expungement,” Wilenchik continued. “There’s no such thing in federal law.”

What Wilenchik said he does want is a recognition that the case is now legally moot. He said it’s no different than if someone dies before sentencing or having a chance to appeal.

“The whole case gets undone,” he said, with the conviction nullified.

But Bolton said that’s not the way things work. She said the right of the president to pardon the former sheriff is different — and separate from — what actually occurred in court.

More to the point, she said what Arpaio wants ignores the legal nature of a pardon.

First, she said, it must be accepted. At that point, Bolton wrote, the defendant is no longer subject to punishment and all of his or her civil rights are restored.

“It does not erase a judgment of conviction, or its underlying legal and factual findings,” Bolton said. In fact, the judge said there is case law showing that a pardon carries an imputation of guilt — and that acceptance is “a confession of it.”

In this case, Bolton said, Trump issued the pardon and Arpaio accepted it. And as she reads the law, that ends the case, but does not entitle the former sheriff to have his underlying conviction wiped out.

That conviction apparently has not dimmed the former sheriff’s political pull. On Thursday, when contacted by Capitol Media Services, he was in California, campaigning on behalf of congressional candidate Omar Navarro who hopes to unseat incumbent Democrat Maxine Waters.

Saying the president can’t erase facts, a federal judge this afternoon rejected a bid by former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to have all records of his criminal conviction wiped out.

Susan Bolton said she already dismissed the criminal contempt case against Arpaio following the decision by President Trump to issue a pardon. That saved the former sheriff, who had been found guilty, from the possibility of going to jail.

But Bolton rebuffed Arpaio’s claim that the pardon also entitled him to have the entire conviction erased.

“The power to pardon is an executive prerogative of mercy, not of judicial record-keeping,” Bolton wrote, quoting earlier court precedent.

“The pardon undoubtedly spared defendant from any punishment that might otherwise have been imposed,” the judge continued. “It did not, however, revise the historical facts of this case.”

How I Got Fired: Exposing Jewish power in America has real consequences

Political analyst Philip Giraldi tells the story of how he was fired for writing an article critical of Jewish power in America.

I’ve posted about 500 words of the 2,700 word article.

Excerpt from Unz

One of the implications of my original article was that Jewish advocacy groups in the United States are disproportionately powerful, capable of using easy access to the media and to compliant politicians to shape policies that are driven by tribal considerations and not necessarily by the interests of most of the
American people. Professors John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago and Stephen Walt of Harvard, in their groundbreaking book “The Israel Lobby”, observed how the billions of dollars given to Israel annually “cannot be fully explained on either strategic or moral grounds… {and] is due largely to the activities of the Israel lobby—a loose coalition of individuals and organizations who openly work to push U.S. foreign policy in a pro-Israel direction.”

Those same powerful interests are systematically protected from criticism or reprisal by constantly renewed claims of historic and seemingly perpetual victimhood. But within the Jewish community and media, that same Jewish power is frequently exalted. It manifests itself in boasting about the many Jews who have obtained high office or who have achieved notoriety in the professions and in business. In a recent speech, Harvard Law School Professor Alan Dershowitz put it this way, “People say Jews are too powerful, too strong, too rich, we control the media, we’ve too much this, too much that and we often apologetically deny our strength and our power. Don’t do that! We have earned the right to influence public debate, we have earned the right to be heard, we have contributed disproportionately to success of this country.” He has also discussed punishing critics of Israel, “Anyone that does [that] has to be treated with economic consequences. We have to hit them in the pocketbook. Don’t ever, ever be embarrassed about using Jewish power. Jewish power, whether it be intellectual, academic, economic, political– in the interest of justice is the right thing to do.”

My article, in fact, began with an explanation of that one aspect of Jewish power, its ability to promote Israeli interests freely and even openly while simultaneously silencing critics. I described how any individual or “any organization that aspires to be heard on foreign policy knows that to touch the live wire of Israel and American Jews guarantees a quick trip to obscurity. Jewish groups and deep pocket individual donors not only control the politicians, they own and run the media and entertainment industries, meaning that no one will hear about or from the offending party ever again.”

With that in mind, I should have expected that there would be a move made to “silence” me. It came three days after my article appeared. The Editor of The American Conservative (TAC) magazine and website, where I have been a regular and highly rated contributor for nearly 15 years, called me and abruptly announced that even though my article had appeared on another site, it had been deemed unacceptable and TAC would have to sever its relationship with me. I called him a coward and he replied that he was not.

Giraldi notes that the Jews rule America through coercion, intimidation, and fear.

Anyone reading his piece who can’t see that is too stupid to live.

Nog Bank Teller Pleads Guilty to Stealing Homeless Man’s Garbage Bag Filled with $185,000 in Cash

MUH NIGGA BE LIVIN IT UP WIT DA HOES.

Would you do business with a bank that employed a black bank teller?

There are places in America now where finding a white doctor, a white bank, a white restaurant, and more is nearly impossible.

And so economic efficiency suffers and the nation goes down the drain to third world status.

When the Dindu isn’t lazing about on the job, he’s stealing.

NPR

A onetime bank teller in Washington, D.C., stole tens of thousands of dollars from a homeless customer who earned money as a street vendor, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Phelon Davis, 29, pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to a charge of interstate transportation of stolen property, which carries a maximum prison sentence of 10 years.

Davis was working as a teller at a Wells Fargo branch in the upscale neighborhood of Georgetown, reports The Washington Post. In October 2014, a longtime bank customer, who was not named in court filings, tried to deposit thousands of dollars from a garbage bag into one of his accounts, but the accounts had gone dormant owing to inactivity.

“In reviewing the customer’s accounts, Davis noticed that the customer had a surprisingly large balance,” according to the U.S. attorney’s release. Davis instructed the customer to get identification documents and a Social Security card to reactivate the accounts. Davis then used that information to fraudulently open a new account in the customer’s name.

Over the course of two years, Davis transferred money to the new account, using ATMs 144 times and withdrawing a total of $185,440. He used the money to fund a lavish lifestyle, taking vacations to Jamaica, Aruba and Mexico, putting a down payment on his home and paying off personal debt.

The customer, having no access to a computer, was not receiving bank statements and knew nothing of the scam, said the Department of Justice.

Court filings do not say how a homeless person would have so much money. “That’s the million-dollar question,” Bruce Allen Johnson Jr., Davis’ attorney, said outside the D.C. courtroom Thursday, reports the Post.

Court documents also do not show how Davis got caught.

The DOJ says under sentencing guidelines, Davis is likely facing 18 to 30 months in prison.

Davis is also required to pay back the money he stole. That’s not going to be easy for him to do. I hope the court is forcing him to sell his house so that our victim gets his money back sooner than never.

Negro Felon League’s Detroit Lions Cancel Season Tickets of Fan Using Taboo Word on Snapchat

Good news. The more the NFL goes politically correct and anti-white the more that white fans are likely to wake up and ignore the sport.

Fox News

The NFL’s Detroit Lions say they have canceled the season tickets of a fan who allegedly used a racial slur in a Snapchat post.

The post criticized an African-American couple for remaining seated during the playing of the national anthem at last weekend’s season-opening game against the Arizona Cardinals.

The Lions initially declined to comment on the matter, but confirmed for ESPN on Thursday that the fan would no longer be welcome at Ford Field.

Click on the Tweet to read the un-American comments defending the right of a business to punish you for having a personal opinion.

The next thing up is that your grocery store and your electric company will cut you off because you’re not a Negro worshiper.

The Snapchat post showed the seated couple and included a caption reading, “Ignorant n—–.” The post eventually made its way to Facebook.

After the post drew negative reactions, the man linked to the Snapchat account denied any involvement, Detroit’s FOX 2 reported.

“I didn’t post any pictures, any collages anything. … I don’t know where that even came from,” he said.

But he later changed his story and admitted to the post on Facebook before deleting his account, the Washington Times quoted other sources as saying. The Times identified the man as a business owner from Pontiac, Mich.

The woman in the photo later told FOX 2 that she was not happy with the caption used on the photograph.

“Everybody has an opinion. He probably could’ve stuck with ‘he wishes we would’ve stood’ and I would’ve been like, ‘OK.’ But to write that under our picture … no words,” she said.

As for her choice to remain seated during the natinal anthem, the woman said it was a response to lyrics in “The Star-Spangled Banner” that refer to the killing of self-emancipated slaves.

Typically, only the first stanza of Francis Scott Key’s song is sung prior to sporting events, but the complete song features three more stanzas. The third of four stanzas includes the lines, “No refuge could save the hireling and slave; From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave.”

Negros claim that the National Anthem of the United States is racist.

As we know, everything racist must go. The butt hurt Negro’s feeling MUST always come first.

DMV Says No to District Attorney’s ‘Hang Em’ License Plate

Mr. DA had his “Hang ‘Em” license plates for decades, but in this current era of censorship and sensitivity to snowflakes, they didn’t survive.

Lawnewz

A district attorney in Texas was forced to change his vanity plates after the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) deemed them “potentially objectionable to one or more members of the public.”

Fannin County District Attorney Richard Glaser has had those plates–which read “HANG EM”–for 35 years. He claims to have been inspired by the Clint Eastwood and Ted Post revisionist Western film “Hang ‘Em High,” a classic of the sub-genre. Glaser said:

It really sorta fits what I do. It harkens back to frontier justice… If I’m out on the road, people will drive by, give me a thumbs up, or clap or something like that. I guess the people in Austin have a little different sense of humor.

The DA’s bad luck stems from the DMV’s denial of vanity plates to another driver on similar grounds. That driver appealed his own plate cancellation and wrote, “How can the district attorney for Fannin County have ‘HANG EM’ and that not be threatening? Just wondering?” The DMV claimed this qualified as a complaint.

Glaser was suspicious, so he filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to ferret out the other driver’s plate review and alleged “complaint.”

It turns out the driver who brought Glaser’s plates to the DMV censor’s attention wasn’t actually complaining about them, and that the words were taken out of context–which was pointed out to the DMV in another letter sent by the driver–but once Glaser’s own review began, that was more or less the end of the story for his Eastwood-inspired plates.

Glaser said he then changed the text of his plates to “GELD EM,” a nod to castration, but those were found to be objectionable as well. That denial was a bit more of a shocker to the twice-spurned district attorney. He said, “I guess that there’s people down in Austin that probably make a pretty good salary that decide stuff like this.”

He’s currently applying for plates that simply read, “DA 336,” after the 336th District Court in Bonham, Texas, roughly 80 miles north-northwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. And, he hopes this is the end of his vanity plate saga. Speaking to local news station KXII 12, the DA said, “It’s just a waste of time, I decided. If they’re going to be that upset about it, I’ll just go ahead and get something more plain-vanilla.”

White Nationalist Chris Cantwell Banned from OK Cupid; Arrest Warrant Out

Chris Cantwell was the alt-right White Nationalist skinhead featured in the Vice documentary hosted by Elle Reeve. You can watch the film on this site by clicking here. The docu went viral, seen by who knows how many people.

Thus, Cantwell became a star. Since then the tatted up tough guy has come under fire from all directions. It’s tough being a macho white male today.

Gizmodo

OkCupid has banned white supremacist Chris Cantell from their dating site after a Vice News documentary about the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, featured him expressing his violently racist views.

Gizmodo first learned of OKCupid’s decision from a now-deleted tweet by Vice News social editor Rex Santus.

OkCupid confirmed to Gizmodo that the company had removed Cantwell, with a statement from CEO Elie Seidma: “OkCupid has zero tolerance for racism. We make a lot of decision every day that are tough. Banning Christopher Cantwell was not one of them.”

I guess if OK Cupid sets a white woman up with a Nog, then she has to date him or she’s a racist. OK Cupid is going to be held legally responsible when one of its Nogs rapes and murders a white woman.

Let’s think about ways to put that web site out of business permanently.

An OkCupid spokesperson expanded on Seidma’s statement, explaining that “OkCupid will absolutely ban other users who are involved in hate groups. Cantwell violated our terms of service… Not only that, we have asked our users at OkCupid to notify us immediately if they see any individuals who are associated with hate groups.”

As for Cantwell’s violation, the spokesperson referenced the “conduct” section of OkCupid’s terms and conditions, which warns against conduct that “is harmful to the community.” However, the section suggests this warning refers to user activity on the web site. OkCupid said the decision to ban Cantwell was based on his involvement in a hate group.

So, Cantwell didn’t violate their terms of service any more than Andrew Anglin violated the TOS of any company that the old Daily Stormer was associated with.

This decision comes a day after Cloudfare CEO Matthew Prince decided to stop protecting The Daily Stormer from DDoS attacks—not because the neo-Nazi site violated their content-netural policy, but because, as Prince told Gizmodo, the Daily Stormer operators are “assholes.”

OkCupid’s decision also comes a day after a video of Cantwell crying about his possible Charlottesville arrest warrant went viral. Today’s news may be especially disappointing to Cantwell because he likes OkCupid so much that he has blogged about it multiple times on his personal web site.

Cantwell opens a December 2014 blog post titled “8 Online Dating Tips, for the Ladies,” by sharing a bit about his dating history. “I used to meet women from chat rooms, and no matter how many disasters I run into from this habit, I just keep on trying,” he writes. “I’ve met women with fake photos, had false police reports filed against me, been sprayed with breast milk, you name it. It’s a god damn miracle my dick hasn’t fallen off from an STD.”

But he said at the time he mostly used OkCupid and Plenty of Fish, after realizing that “Tinder, HowAboutWe, MeetMe, Zoosk, and a number of other apps [had] more spam than real people on them.”

You can read his post for the full advice, but here are the main tips:

1. Unless you’re here for “casual sex” stop telling me you’re “sick of the games”

2. Your boundaries are complete bullshit

3. If you aren’t interested in sex, I’m not interested in you

4. If you think all men suck, this tells me you have a habit of choosing shitty guys

5. In a photo of you and a friend, I assume you are the ugly one

6. I’m here for you, not your ex boyfriend

7. I’m here for you, not your kids

8. If all I can see is your face – you’re a fat girl

In his blog post “Why I Switched To FireFox and Asked OkCupid for a Refund,” he writes that he was paying to be an A-list subscriber, but after OkCupid asked their users to stop using FireFox because Mozilla’s CEO donated to California’s anti-gay marriage Prop 8 campaign, he didn’t want them to have his money. “I didn’t give money to OkCupid so they could promote the Democratic party and bash open source,” he wrote. “I gave money to OkCupid so I could meet women.”

He’s going to have an even harder time doing that now.

Here’s a frightened Cantwell crying over worries that the police will assassinate him.

Cantwell acted in self defense after he and others were attacked by the Antifa in Charlottesville, as I recall. It’s despicable that the politically motivated police there want to arrest him.

Arrest Jew mayor Mike Signer instead. He’s the real criminal.