Stealth Street Artist Sabo Mocks Sexual Predator Al Franken with LA Billboard

SABO SNEAKED AROUND AT NIGHT AND DID THIS.

Sabo periodically unveils some new Los Angeles street art that mocks liberals. His latest victim is Senator Al Franken, aka The Grabber.

The number of women who have accused Jew Franken of following his Talmudic instinct toward the ladies is up to six as of this writing.

Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer make Senator Al look almost normal. Minnesota sent this Jewish slimeball to Congress. That state should be demanding his resignation even if there’s only six victims.

Business Insider

A large image of Senator Al Franken reaching for a woman appeared on a Los Angeles billboard Thursday, as The Hollywood Reporter first noted.

It turns out the billboard is the work of a conservative street artist named Sabo, who told Business Insider in an email that he altered the billboard for the upcoming film “The Greatest Showman” in response to Franken’s “refusing to step down” following numerous sexual misconduct allegations against the Minnesota senator.

“The hypocrisy is staggering,” he wrote.

Franken was accused of sexual misconduct by two more woman on Thursday, one an Army veteran and the other a former New England elected official, both of whom said Franken inappropriately touched them. Six women in total have now accused Franken of sexual misconduct.

Franken has refused to resign his Senate seat but has repeatedly apologized to the women who have felt disrespected by his behavior and promised to “cooperate completely” with any investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee into his past behavior.

Thanks, Sabo, for helping put pressure on Franken to resign.

Excerpt from TAKE YOUR CHOICE Separation or Mongrelization By Theodore G. Bilbo

This excerpt is from Chapter 1 of the book. I’ve made no effort to clean up the formatting issues. There are 1,400 words in the excerpt. The book was published in 1947.

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Although the race problem may seem to lie dormant at times, it continually exists, lives on and
on and som etim es rages w ith all the fury of a jungle beast. It gnaw s at the very vitals of our
existence, in time it w ill sap our strength and destroy the greatness of our American way of life
unless solved properly and permanently. The time has now come when we mustdevote all the
necessary efforts to set our household in order and to find a perm anent solution to this
heretofore unsolved problem .

From the time of slavery through the bloody years of the W ar Between the States and the days
when the S o u th drank from the bitter cup of Reconstruction down to the present tim e, the N egro
problem has been before the American people. It has been, and is today, our greatest domestic
problem. No other issue has been such a source ofconstant friction, has demanded so much
thought and attention, nor has lasted so long. V olum es have been w ritten, great speeches have
been made, sermons have been preached, but the Negro problem has been passed on from
generation to generation. The difficulties have increased with the passing years, the obstacles
have become so great that some students of the question have cried out in weariness and despair
that there is no solution.

W e refuse to accept a defeatist attitude. An answercan and must be found. In the past four or
five years overtwo hundred books have been written by Negroes and white Quis lings pleading
for Negro equality, while only five or six books have been w ritten in behalf of the preservation
of the w hite race and w hite suprem acy. Let those who now plead that this is not the tim e for
discussing the race question obtain any of these two hundred books or any current N egro

DETROIT RACE RIOT, 1943.

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Fake Indian Elizabeth Warren Exaggerates Story of Sexual Harassment

The press is normally solidly behind any nonsense that disgusting Senator Elizabeth Warren throws out.

Apparently, the dingbat politician from Massachusetts, to who claims to be Native American, has breached the bounds of decency again.

The liberal Boston Globe has responded to her Sunday interview on Meet the Press.

Excerpt from Legal Insurrection

Here’s the transcript from the Meet the Press website:

SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN:

Yes, I have a “me, too” story too. I was a baby law professor and so excited to have my first real teaching job. And there was this senior faculty member who, you know, would tell dirty jokes and make comments about my appearance.

And one day he asked me if I would stop by his office, which I didn’t think much about. And I did. And he slammed the door and lunged for me. It was like a bad cartoon. He’s chasing me around the desk, trying to get his hands on me.

And I kept saying, “You don’t want to do this. You don’t want to do this. I have little children at home. Please don’t do this.” And trying to talk calmly. And at the same time, what was flickering through my brain is, “If he gets hold of me, I’m going to punch him right in the face.”

SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN:

After several rounds, I jumped for the door and got out. And I went back to my office and I just sat and shook. And thought, “What had I done to bring this on?” And I told my best friend about it. Never said a word to anyone else. But for a long time, I wore a lot of brown.

SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN:

What it means now that so many people have spoken out, is it’s a way to say, “We’re here for each other.” And it’s also a way to say, “No. It’s not about what you did. He’s the one who stepped out of line. And this is on him.”

OK, now let’s see how the liberal Boston Globe called out Fauxcahantas as a flip-flopper:

Here’s more detail on how the Globe reported it, This isn’t the first time Warren spoke about that office incident:

When Senator Elizabeth Warren on Sunday told a national television audience a personal story of sexual harassment from her days as a young law professor, she described a harrowing incident that left her shaken. She said that she wondered if she’d done something to deserve it and that she told no one but a close friend.

But the tone of her telling, recounted on NBC’S “Meet the Press,’’ appears to be inconsistent with the reportedly more lighthearted manner in which she described the same incident two decades after it occurred, during the memorial service for the senior University of Houston faculty member she accused of pursuing her around his office….

She did not directly answer when asked if she spoke fondly of Smith at his memorial or if she told mourners she was laughing as Smith tried to grab her in his office.

“I made it clear that I was just fine,” was all she said.

The contrasting accounts would appear to highlight the evolution of Warren’s approach to dealing with the episode. That evolution took
place amid changing attitudes about harassment and increasing empowerment of women to speak up….

Warren told “Meet the Press’’ that the incident left her shaking and shocked and that she told only her best friend what had happened. “Never said a word to anyone else,” she said.

She did not mention that Smith had suffered from polio, which affected his mobility, nor did she mention she spoke at his service.

Warren told the Globe Monday she was conflicted about speaking at Smith’s service. He had asked her to do so while he was dying, she said.

At the service, Warren “described Gene’s chasing her around the desk in uncontrolled lust while she laughed, equally uncontrolled, as she avoided his crab-like grasp,” John Mixon, a former colleague of Warren’s at the University of Houston Law Center, wrote in a 577-page book, called “Autobiography of a Law School,” a memoir that chronicles the law school’s history.

Warren told the Globe she made the trip to the memorial service “because I was fine, and I didn’t want anyone to think I wasn’t,” she said.

She added that she hadn’t seen Mixon’s description of her relationship with Smith before the Globe inquired about it, but she pointed to a phrase — “she would have none of it” — that Mixon used to describe her attitude toward Smith’s advances.

They’re all coming out of the woodwork, driven by their psychological demons, not by a commitment to truth.

McCain on Brain Cancer: “It’s a very poor prognosis.”

John McCain is trying to present himself as a honorable man as he faces his long (or short) good bye.

Most people are not so easily duped.

CNN

Sen. John McCain’s brain cancer is “very, very serious,” the Arizona Republican said in an interview Sunday night, adding that doctors told him “it’s a very poor prognosis.”

“So I just said, ‘I understand. Now we’re going to do what we can, get the best doctors we can find and do the best we can. And at the same time, celebrate with gratitude a life well-lived,'” he said on CBS’s “60 Minutes.”

He recalled how he went back to Washington, against his doctors’ requests because it was only 11 days after his brain surgery, to vote on health care.

“I got very choked up,” McCain said, recalling the standing ovation he got on the Senate floor. “And then, of course, you know, all of them coming over and giving me a hug. It was deeply moving, I had never seen anything like that.”

A standing ovation? There is honor among thieves after all.

During the interview, McCain was asked whether his “no” vote on the Senate’s health care bill over the summer was to get back at President Donald Trump for saying he wasn’t a war hero during the campaign.

“If I took offense at everybody who has said something about me, or disparaged me or something like that — life is too short,” McCain responded. “You’ve got to move on. And on an issue of this importance to the nation, for me to worry about a personal relationship, then I’m not doing my job.”

And on Trump, McCain refused to say whether he believed he was unfit to be President, instead saying that he trusts the American people for voting for him.

“First of all, I believe in our system. The American people selected Donald Trump to be President of the United States. We have to respect that,” McCain said. “Second of all, he has a very strong national security team around him who I know has significant influence over him.”

When asked whether Trump ever apologized for saying he wasn’t a war hero, McCain said no. He also emphasized he and Trump are from different backgrounds.

“I’d be glad to converse with him. But I also understand that we’re very different people. Different upbringing. Different life experiences,” McCain said. “He is in the business of making money and he has been successful both in television as well as Miss America and others. I was raised in a military family. I was raised in the concept and belief that duty, honor, country is the lodestar for the behavior that we have to exhibit every single day.”

McCain should do the honorable thing and die sooner rather than later.

Repeal and Replace: Is “Hero” John McCain’s Obstructionism A Vendetta Against Trump

President Trump’s now viral characterization of Kim Jong Un as “Rocketman” or “Rocket Man” (not sure which is correct) could and should be followed up by nicknaming American Senator John McCain as “Crash” McCain. That’s because McCain has provided the crucial vote to prevent a GOP repeal and replace of Obamacare again. He CRASHED repeal and replace just like he did with his airplanes.

Trump isn’t remaining silent, but he’s not going to call dying McCain (whose tumorous forehead has a noticeable lump) by an offensive nickname. But you should remember the flareup that took place during the election campaign when Trump said McCain was not a hero.

Sneaky McCain didn’t say much in response then. But I think his black heart is carrying forward a vendetta against Trump for Trump’s accurate characterization of him.

The Hill

President Trump on prospects for Obamacare repeal: “We’re going to do it eventually” https://t.co/UYpqI3w42L https://t.co/oT0NuebI8k

— CNN (@CNN) September 23, 2017

President Trump chided Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) late Friday for opposing a last-ditch plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare, insisting the GOP would “eventually” roll back his predecessor’s signature health-care law.

Trump called McCain’s opposition “totally unexpected” and “terrible” during a campaign rally in Huntsville, Ala., where he stumped on behalf of Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) ahead of Tuesday’s GOP primary runoff against former judge Roy Moore.

“John McCain, if you look at his last campaign, it was all about repeal and replace, repeal and replace,” Trump told the crowd. “So he decided to do something different, and that’s fine.”

“We’re going to do it eventually,” Trump insisted of ObamaCare repeal efforts, adding Strange would help the GOP reach the goal.

Trump broadly chastised congressional Republicans for campaigning for seven years “saying repeal and replace, repeal and replace” and failing to deliver on the promise.

“They didn’t care, nobody cared, because they had a president who wasn’t going to sign it,” Trump said, referring to GOP votes to repeal ObamaCare under former President Barack Obama.

“So it didn’t take much courage,” he continued. “I think they voted, what 61 times? Sixty-one times to repeal and replace. They finally get a president who will sign the legislation and they don’t have the guts to vote for it.”

McCain was one of a few GOP senators watched closely ahead of a possible vote next week on the repeal legislation sponsored by Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).

McCain cast a deciding vote in late July killing a scaled-down ObamaCare repeal bill, joining Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) in voting against the bill.

The Arizona Republican announced Friday he would also vote against the latest repeal measure from Graham and Cassidy, which Republicans hoped to vote on next week ahead of a Sept. 30 deadline for approving the bill on a majority vote.

“Songbird” McCain, so nicknamed because of his alleged treason while a North Vietnamese prisoner, is simply a liar and a phony conservative. He’s a moral degenerate.

For the good of the country, he can’t die soon enough.

Senator (((Diane Feinstein))) Hints That Christians Not Eligible for Federal Judgeships

American Senator Diane Feinstein seems to think that if you have religious beliefs that you might rule against the liberal, cultural Marxist agenda that she stands for.

The nerve!

Feinstein has gotten some pushback for her chutzpah, as well she should. The setting for her nervy display of arrogance was a confirmation hearing for a conservative woman nominated to the bench by President Trump. The unspoken subtext is, of course, abortion, which the Democrat party has staked its life on.

Fox News

The president of the University of Notre Dame said he is deeply concerned after Sen. Dianne Feinstein questioned a colleague’s religious beliefs during a Senate Judiciary Committee nomination hearing.

Amy Coney Barrett, a law professor at Notre Dame, was grilled by Democrats over how her Catholic beliefs might influence her decisions from the bench. Barrett was recently nominated by President Trump for a seat on the federal court.

AMY CONEY BARRETT. ROUGH CONFIRMATION HEARING.

“When you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for, for years in this country,” Sen. Feinstein said.

Feinstein has been widely condemned for what many are calling anti-Catholic bigotry and bullying.

“It is chilling to hear from a United States Senator that this might now disqualify someone from service as a federal judge,” Notre Dame President John Jenkins wrote in a public letter to the California lawmaker.

He took great exception to her remark that the “dogma lives loudly” in the professor.

The Detroit News elaborates on the pushback against the nervy Jewish Senator from California.

“People of faith, whatever faith they may hold, should not be disqualified because of that faith from serving the public good,” said Archbishop William E. Lori, chairman of the Catholic Bishops’ committee on religious liberty.

A key focus of the hearing was a 1998 law review article titled “Catholic Judges in Capital Cases.” In the article, Barrett and John H. Garvey said Catholic judges are obliged to adhere to their church’s teaching on moral matters and the legal system has a solution for this dilemma by allowing judges to recuse themselves when beliefs keep them from doing their job.

Breaking! Official Statement of Senator John McCain Condemning President Trump’s Pardon of Sheriff Joe

POS John McCain–dying of cancer and still spewing his hatred of Donald Trump, as per his agreement with the (((Deep State.)))

Songbird McCain should have been tried for treason upon his return from Vietnam. He should have faced impeachment for his involvement in the savings-and-loan scandal.

McCain has gotten one free ride after another. He has some nerve.

Excerpt from the Washington Examiner

During the 2016 campaign, Trump had dubbed himself the “law and order candidate,” and has since positioned himself as a staunch advocate of law enforcement.

McCain joins his fellow GOP senator Jeff Flake, who expressed his dismay with Trump’s decision in a tweet.

“Regarding the Arpaio pardon, I would have preferred that the President honor the judicial process and let it take its course,” Flake said in a tweet.

Trump rallied in Phoenix earlier in the week, where he teased a coming Arpaio pardon and took shots at McCain and Flake without saying their names.