Today addressing a gathering of governors, United States President Donald Trump issued an ultimatum that they repeal or replacement Obamacare must come before any tax reform proposals will be considered. This cutting ultimatum comes as congressional members of the party he saved have been the rate limiting factor slowing President Trump's agenda of summoning The Great Again.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has declined to file charges against suspects who confessed to a home invasion where they shot the home owner. The 76 year old shooting victim survived after spending two weeks in the hospital. The victim was shot when two state troopers invaded his home and fired upon him before he could exercise his legally protected right under Pennsylvania's 'Castle Doctrine' law to dispatch the felons invading his home. In Pennsylvania home invasion committed when a residence is occupied is a class one felony. Back in 2013, some culturally superior North Americans south of the Rio Grande formed a vigilante posse and arrested the local police after they killed a beloved local man.
Frank Ancona, a man who has publicly been described as a leader of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, has been missing since Wednesday according to his wife and local police (archived). His car was found abandoned in remote Washington County, Missouri. Most publicity for Ancona's avocation has come from local leftist rags,1 which repeatedly vilified Ancona and his organization over the years for their public information campaigns. The increase in US leftist violence which began shortly after the election of President Trump raises substantial concerns of foul play.
Notably Joseph Pulitzer's own paper, the St Louis Post Dispatch. ↩
The 9th Circuit Court of appeals in San Francisco refused to lift an order by activist James Robart in Washington State which supposedly prevents the enforcement of a 90-day restriction on certain entries into the United States. The decision, which does not constitute a ruling on Trump's executive action and its constitutionality, includes the supposing that:
In short, although courts owe considerable deference to the President’s policy determinations with respect to immigration and national security, it is beyond question that the federal judiciary retains the authority to adjudicate constitutional challenges to executive action
In a flurry of activity, the mainstream fake news media is thus far misrepresenting this decision as coming against Trump's executive action itself at a rate of approximately 75% in a quick survey of headlines.
A minority group of Facebook shareholders are organizing an effort to replace socialist Mark Zuckerberg (WOT:nonperson) as Chairman of the board at the firm. The coup organized by "consumer watchdog" SumOfUs claims that an "independent" chair would:
"oversee the executives of the company, improve corporate governance, and set a more accountable, pro-shareholder agenda."
SumOfUs describes itself as an organization:
"Fighting for people over profits"
Which raises the serious question of what they imagine a "pro-shareholder" agenda to be.
This goes to show that even a sworn friend of socialism like Mark Zuckerberg who presides over one of their favorite cesspools is in reality far less protected from the activists than those who deny the leftists their support, sympathy, and proximity. This coup seems unlikely to forcefully unseat Zuckerberg from the Facebook chairmanship unless he chooses to step down, but it highlights the fact that when dealing with leftists, you can not possibly pay your enemy enough to love you. So long as you have and they have not, you will always be their enemy.
After a 51-50 vote of the United States Senate Trump nominee and Amway heiress Betsy DeVos is now the United States Secretary of Education. Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote after lich Senator John McCain1 and Lindsey Graham defected from Trump's party. Money from unions purporting to represent "professionals" "working" in public education is a major source of funding for socialist politicians in the United States. Pence in our time.
Notably in this past election, McCain was saved from a credible primary challenge by a late endorsement from Donald Trump. ↩
The United States Postal Service is stepping up efforts to combat "darknet" market sales by hiring cybercrime investigators. The official title will be “Intelligence Gathering Specialist" and would be expected to trawl onion sites as well as popular clearnet gathering sites seeking to obtain information to help stem the flow of so called contraband through USPS channels.
An excerpt from the listing stated:
“Candidates shall be capable of performing a prioritized assessment of the data to identify the most critical and reliable data in order to identify , bitcoins, locations, accounts, services, travels, email addresses, IP addresses and other pattern of life data in an effort to determine physical attribution of an Internet identity. Candidates shall be capable of creating intelligence and investigative reports which represent the steps taken, the data sources reviewed and the conclusions drawn from the evaluation of the Internet information.”
Four native Chicagoans1 have been arrested after they abducted an handicapped white boy and tortured him while holding him in captivity for 48 hours. Video of the white boy's torture was broadcast on "Facebook Live" while the black Chicagoans shouted hate epithets including:
"Fuck White People!'
"Fuck Donald Trump!"
The Chicago police department is recommending hate crime, kidnapping, and battery charges in the case. The suspects did not cover their faces while broadcasting their racially motivated torture session.
Jordan Hill, Tesfaye Cooper, Brittany Covington and Tanishia Covington ↩
While the civilized world advanced by leaps and bounds, the story of our recently deceased year 2016 is of socialistard butthurt.
- Brave militia heroes liberated a patch of the high desert in Oregon. Though the rebellion was squashed and Lavoy Finicum murdered, the militia heroes were acquitted by the evil empire's own courts despite said empire's pretenses to the contrary.
- The long string of socially engineered so called Bitcoin forks began to face their own deadlines with failure.
- British voters chose #Brexit and politicians as well as the judiciary were unprepared for this surprise depantsing.
- Ethereum and its alleged applications were irreparably damaged.
- Bitfinex lead the fiat/Bitcoin interfaces into overt socialism as spackle over their insolvency.
- Apparently trees just get in the way of making more Inca. Very soy for your loss.
- The fiat and socialist bloggers lead by the New York Times had to reverse their projections for the United States presidential election as the ballots were being counted.
- The Phuctor revealed the legacy of shitgnomes persists with thousands of internet enabled boxes still compromised by Debian's broken promise of randomness. This broken promise was allegedly "patched" a decade ago.
- Elected officials and their families being robbed as they sit in their cars approached meme-like frequency in December.
- Institutions of "Our Democracy" embarrassed themselves in an all out effort to thwart the constitutional installation of Trumpreich.
- United States sovereignty becomes impossible.
- Outgoing leader of a crumbling empire attempts picking fights with Nation-States in order to boost partisan morale.
- The pretense that fiat can be compared with sound money by fiat/Bitcoin interfaces began to fail hard.
Bruce Franks, elected to serve in the Missouri State General Assembly for the district including downtown Saint Louis, was robbed at gunpoint this week. The politician was sitting in his car outside the Schlafly Tap Room when two men opened his car door and relieved Franks of his own gun, his car, and his phones. Earlier this month Governor elect Grietens' wife was robbed while similarly sitting in her car on the other side of the city.
During his campaign Franks initially lost his primary race, but a new primary election was ordered after it was determined in court that operatives of the incumbent Penny Hubbard had engaged in voter fraud by abusing absentee ballots.
Local leaders had discussed in recent weeks raising tax money to build a new soccer stadium, but the Governor elect this week expressed his opposition to the plan. It remains to be seen how many more local leaders need to be robbed while sitting in their cars before the consider addressing the city's crime problem.