Ariana Grande announces she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert

The old saying that “The show must go on” is holding true in the make-believe world of Illuminati princess Ariana Grande.

Her handlers have just reaped a heaping helping of goodwill for the singer through the announcement that she will return to Manchester, England to do a benefit concert for the victims killed and injured at her last show.

I can picture parents eating up the message: Love Trumps Hate.

There will surely be massive security at the event to head off any new attack.

Everyone will be throwing around the word “brave” to describe the city, the attendees, and the singer. But real bravery would require actually doing something about Muslims. Like deporting them. Like at least discussing their corrupt holy book.

There won’t be any bravery here. Just virtue signaling.

Everyone will probably be required to hug a Muslim at what for sure will be one of the major propaganda events of the year.

Business Insider

Ariana Grande said on Friday that she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert.

“I don’t want to go the rest of the year without being able to see and hold and uplift my fans, the same way they continue to uplift me,” Grande wrote in a heartfelt message posted to Twitter.

The 23-year-old singer said she will be returning to Manchester to “spend time with my fans” and “to raise money for the victims and their families.”

The dates of the concert have not yet been set. Grande said she would share more details once “everything has been confirmed.”

You can read her full message below:

Sources reportedly told TMZ that Grande was “inconsolable” and “in hysterics” when she learned of the casualties following the attack and was in “no condition to perform.”

However, on Tuesday afternoon, the AP reported that the tour was still on. “Ariana Grande’s tour has not been cancelled or postponed despite reports online, a person close to the situation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person was not allowed to publicly talk about the topic, said,” the report stated.

Indy 500 Car Drivers Robbed at Gunpoint by Teens: Guess the Race

SCOTT DIXON WATCHES QUALIFYING RUNS AT THE INDY SPEEDWAY.

You’ll have to guess the race of the teen holdup men since nobody is talking. I wonder what odds Vegas would give that the robbers had a melanin enhanced hue to their complexion.

Indystar

Indianapolis 500 pole sitter Scott Dixon and former 500 champion Dario Franchitti were robbed by two teenagers at a Taco Bell drive-thru Sunday night, police said.

The drivers were waiting in the drive-thru line at Taco Bell, 3502 W. 16th St.,shortly after 9:40 p.m. Sunday when they were held up at gunpoint by two young males, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report.

The report lists Dixon’s wife, Emma Davies-Dixon, as a victim of the incident, but she was not in the vehicle at the time. Her husband had her wallet, according to another IndyCar driver, Tony Kanaan.

When robbery detectives arrived at the scene, the officers viewed surveillance footage and noticed a suspicious vehicle had been on the property before the robbery.

The vehicle drove off and the suspects came from the direction of the vehicle, police said.

“Officers on scene of the robbery informed other officers that were in the area of the suspected vehicle description,” said an IMPD statement. “Nearly a half-hour later, officers located the vehicle in question and were able to stop the car.”

Police said one of the suspects attempted to run but was caught by a K-9 officer. By the end of the incident, the two boys, ages 14 and 15, were taken into custody on suspicion of felony robbery.

One suspect was transported to the Marion County Holding at Eskenazi Hospital and the other was sent to the Juvenile Detention Center, police said. The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office will review the case and make a charging decision.

Dixon and Franchitti declined to comment Monday.

Dixon, who took the pole Sunday for the May 28 race, won the 500-Mile Race in 2008. Franchitti, a three-time 500 winner, retired from racing after a crash in 2013.

Kanaan told reporters that Dixon was making a food run for a group of drivers.

“While they were ordering with their windows down, two guys approached at gunpoint,” Kannan told reporters at the Speedway. “They held a gun at Dixon’s head and asked him for his wallet and his phone.”

“You don’t expect that to happen, especially here.

Scott Dixon is from New Zealand. That may explain his racially unaware quote. You do expect it to happen, Scott. Learn your lesson or you’ll be dead.

I’ll bet Dixon can’t wait to get back to the safety of the track.

How do you know it’s love? (Educational Film)

This 1950 educational film is a trip down memory lane to what life was like almost 70 years ago in white America.

American young people are taught good values by their elders, who are confident that good morals will lead to a lifetime of happiness with the opposite sex.

There’s not a homosexual, lesbian, or nonwhite to be seen anywhere.

Again, as in a previous film featured here, the relationship between the teen girl and her mother is interesting.

Uploaded on Nov 6, 2010

Gives students a basis for thinking clearly about real love and shows that mere conviction of love is not enough to insure lasting happiness. A drama.

Texas Pizza Delivery Driver, Shoots, Kills Would-Be Robber

WAYNE DELANEY OSBORNE. DINDU NUFFINS. SHOULD HAVE PRACTICED HIS MARKSMANSHIP SKILLS MORE.

Modern Heretic has a nice, short commentary on the worthless life of Dindu robber Wayne Delaney Osborne, shot dead by a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver in Mesquite (Dallas area) Texas.

The unidentified driver has been suspended. It was legal under Texas law for him to have a gun in his vehicle, so it’s unlikely he’ll be charged with a crime.

NBC DFW

A North Texas pizza delivery driver shot and killed a teenage would-be robber who opened fire on him as he attempted a delivery Saturday night. A second teen is in custody following the attempted aggravated robbery.

Mesquite police said a Domino’s Pizza driver was delivering to a home in the 1400 block of Springwood Drive at about 11:20 p.m. when two men answered the door and tried to rob him.

Police said one of the teens was armed and fired at the delivery driver. The driver was also armed and fired back, killing the teen.

Responding officers found the wounded teen, identified by the medical examiner’s office as 16-year-old Wayne Delaney Osborne, of Mesquite, nearby. He was later pronounced dead.

The second suspect, also 16, was arrested and charged with aggravated robbery. Attorney information was not immediately clear.

According to police, the home was vacant and a “For Lease” sign was removed from the front of the house. Police believe the teens used the empty residence to lure the driver to the home with plans to rob him.

NBC 5 learned Monday police looking into a string of pizza delivery robberies from earlier in the year to see if there is any connection to the teens.

Jaden Frazier said he played pee-wee football with Osborne and the two were childhood friends. Frazier went to the shooting site Sunday after hearing the news and said he couldn’t believe it was real.

“Wayne was always in a good mood,” Frazier said. “I mean, like everybody, he got in trouble every now and then, but I would never know he would do something like that.”

Osborne was a sophomore at John Horn High School in Mesquite. Mesquite ISD released a statement Sunday afternoon:

The loss of a student’s life is always tragic and heartbreaking, regardless of the circumstances. Mesquite ISD’s thoughts and prayers are with this child’s family as well as the students and staff members of John Horn High School. We will diligently support them through this difficult time and continue to do all we can to take care of the students we are entrusted with each and every day.Mesquite Dr. John Horn High School

According to Mesquite police, the delivery driver did not have a license to carry the weapon in Texas, however he did have one out of Arizona. Through a reciprocal agreement, Texas honors Arizona CHL licenses.

The pizza delivery driver’s case will be forwarded to the grand jury for consideration, which is standard protocol.

Domino’s Pizza, noting that the driver worked for an independent franchisee, released a statement about the driver on Monday afternoon.

“The driver is cooperating fully with local law enforcement and the franchisee told me this afternoon that he will be offering the driver paid time off to give him a chance to deal with what was certainly a high-stress situation that, tragically, never should have happened. Nobody should ever have to confront a life-and-death situation while trying to earn a paycheck delivering pizza.”

The owner of the Domino’s on Galloway Avenue said it was a tragic situation for everyone involved, adding that the driver had been working for him for about nine months.

Drivers typically carry less than $20 in change.

Tragic for everyone? No, one less ghetto thug for taxpayers to support in prison.

Good shooting, Mr. Delivery Driver!

Ladies and Gentlemen of Color Decide to Partake of Chinese Vittles on a Rainy Afternoon (Video)

Youtube title: Chinese Restaurant Robbed And Worker Assaulted In Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Police Department released video of a robbery at the Golden China Restaurant in Pennsylvania on April 22, 2017. The video shows the suspects loitering inside the restaurant. When they were told to leave the female suspect pulls open a security gate and kicks down a door to the kitchen. Police say she then kicked and punched an employee. After the attack, the males ran into the kitchen and grabbed money on the counter. The suspects got away with about $20. Please call 215.686.TIPS (8477 if you have any information about this incident.

Suspect Descriptions:

Suspect #1: Black female, 16-18 years-of-age, stocky build, long braids in hair, wearing a dark baseball cap, light colored jacket, blue jeans, and gray/black sneakers.

Suspect #2: Black male, 16-18 years-of-age, medium build, wearing a black jacket, gray hooded sweatshirt, and dark colored pants.

Suspect #3: Black male, 16-18 years-of-age, medium build, wearing a black jacket, gray hooded sweatshirt, and blue jeans.

Suspect #4: Black male, 16-18 years-of-age, medium build, wearing a green zip-up jacket, gray hooded sweatshirt, and blue jeans.

A better video would have shown the Asian business owner firing a load of buckshot into their fleeing black asses.

But keep in mind that liberals say that black crime is not real, but rather a social construct. The whole video is thus fake news.

Alt-Right Provocateur Brittany Venti (and her boobs) Arrested During May Day Protests

Before you ask, no, I don’t know Brittany Venti’s ethnicity.

Italian? Her last name is Italian. Southern Italians are sometimes dark. She does have blue eyes, I believe.

She doesn’t have a Wikipedia entry yet, but I understand that she’s 19. Exactly what Brittany has done to justify her fame is unclear. Yet, the Gateway Pundit reported her arrest on Monday.

Vocativ

Brittany Venti, an “alt-right” social media provocateur, was arrested at a May Day demonstration in New York City on Monday afternoon after tensions between left-wing activists and their “alt-right” foes flared in a crowd of about 500 people.

After about an hour of peaceful demonstrations, Venti and anti-fascist (Antifa) protesters clashed, eventually resulting in Venti’s arrest and a bloodied protester. The moments leading up to her arrest were captured on a Periscope stream. After the arrest, she claimed someone hit her with a stick (you can judge for yourself here.) It’s not yet known with what crime, if any, Venti has been charged.

When asked “what do you have to say to your fans,” she replied, “free Brittany Venti!”

Venti has a popular presence on YouTube. Her Twitch account was shut down in 2015 for violations of their terms or service.

Another scuffle broke out between Antifa protesters and Trump-supporting Libertarians about 30 minutes later, the latter group eventually being be led across the street. The faction of Trump backers, about 30 people at its height, chanted “Build the wall!” and “You lost!” to the May Day participants in Union Square.

Police presence steadily grew throughout the afternoon, with at least 100 officers watching over the crowds, and barricades separating the two groups. Antifa groups are planning a “black bloc” protest — where they often wear black masks and hoods and have been known to vandalize public and private property — later in the day Monday at New York City’s Union Square.

Demonstrations on May Day, a day designated to celebrate the workers and labor rights, have been going on in cities across the country. Many of the demonstrations have been centered around one theme: illegal immigration. The groups hope to draw attention to the contributions made by undocumented workers in the country illegally who they believe are threatened by Trump and his hawkish immigration policies. The demonstrations are expected to last into the night with rallies and marches scheduled across the country.

White Teen Girl Shot in Head Released from Hospital: “I’m tougher than a bullet.”

DESERAE TURNER AFTER.

BEFORE.

A teen girl, Deserae Turner, survived a head shot from a .22 caliber pistol. She was the victim of a premeditated murder plot hatched by two 16 year old boys she knew who stole her stuff.

The criminal justice system is not releasing information about Deserae’s assailants, although one of them is described as a blonde boy, age 16.

KSL

SALT LAKE CITY — Smiling and holding her mother’s hand, 14-year-old Deserae Turner spoke Thursday of gratitude, faith and joy as she was released from Primary Children’s Hospital two months after police say she was shot in the head and left to die.

“I am so thankful to be here today, to be alive,” she told members of the media in her first appearance since the shooting. “I told my dad that I am tougher than a bullet. It is still with me today.”

Deserae has been hospitalized since she was found in a dry canal in extremely critical condition shortly after midnight on Feb 17. Police say she was shot from behind by two 16-year-old boys intent on killing her, leaving her in a medically induced coma and with the remains of the bullet forever lodged in her skull.

But as she read a statement and took questions, Deserae spoke only of her appreciation for the hometown that has supported her, the doctors who have cared for her and the countless strangers who have prayed for her.

“People all over the world have been praying for me. Some of them I know and some I have never met, and they have never met me, but they cared for me, and they care for you,” Deserae said. “I would like others to know that people are kind and they do care about us and are concerned about us, even when we may think no one is there.”

She even picked a special shirt to wear as she returned to her home in the small town of Amalga, in Cache County. On the front of the white T-shirt, the word “Happy” was written in flowing cursive. The back read, “There are so many beautiful reasons to be happy.”

“It says happy on it, and I’m happy to go home,” Deserae said.

Deserae said she was most excited to return home and see her animals, especially her horses.

Deserae also thanked those who “helped take care for my family, especially my mom and dad, while I have been in the hospital.”

Deserae’s parents, Matt and April Turner, celebrated their daughter’s release and praised her strength Thursday.

“What a great day. Because of the love and care of so many, we are taking our beautiful, courageous daughter home today,” Matt Turner said. “Nine weeks ago we did not know if this was possible.”

The family made no reference to the criminal case that is ongoing following the shooting, focusing instead on the joy of having Deserae released from the hospital, and asking that the girl not be questioned about the attack.

Prosecutors say two 16-year-old boys put together a premeditated murder plot targeting Deserae after one of the teens grew tired of her frequent Snapchat messages.

Together they lured Deserae to join them after school on Feb. 16 under the guise of buying a knife, then shot her once in the back of the head at close range, stole her belongings and left her in a dry section of the dirty canal in Smithfield, according to charging documents.

Deserae was found hours later by friends who were searching for her. She spent some time in a medically induced coma, and after awaking, she spoke to police about what little she remembers from that day, including naming the two boys she said she met at the canal.

The two teenage boys are both charged as juveniles with attempted aggravated murder, a first-degree felony; aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony; and four counts of obstruction of justice, a second-degree felony.

KSL has chosen not to identify the two teens at this time.

In separate preliminary hearings last month, 1st District Juvenile Judge Angela Fonnesbeck ordered both teens to stand trial on the charges. The boys now face individual hearings in May, when defense attorneys will argue to retain their cases in the juvenile system while prosecutors push for them to face the charges as adults.

The family declined to answer questions about Deserae’s specific injuries and the recovery that awaits her.

“I have been working really hard and still have a lot of work to do,” Deserae said simply.

Matt Turner said his daughter has “battled for her life” and the ability to do daily tasks — and always will — but the family maintains hope for continued improvement.

Deserae was brought into the press conference in a wheelchair. Helped by her parents, she stood up and took careful steps to a table and chairs that had been set up for them. Her long, curly hair has been cut short, revealing thin surgical scars across her head.

If her hair grows back curly, Deserae said she would like to have it long again. If it is straight, she will keep the short style.

Matt Turner also echoed Deserae’s amazement at the prayers and faith offered to his family.

“We have seen and felt the very best of humanity touch our family’s life over the past several weeks. We know our Heavenly Father has heard your prayers and those heard around the world,” he said.

Deserae echoed her father’s feelings that she has been blessed through her recovery.

“I have felt that my Heavenly Father is with me and has helped me get this far, and I’m so grateful for that,” she said.

More on the teen shooter and his accomplice can be read at sltrib.com.