Another “Dreamer”.

Illegal Alien Gets 40 Years in Prison for Getting His Daughter Pregnant

A judge sentenced a Mississippi man who entered the U.S. illegally to 40 years in prison for getting his daughter pregnant.

Natalio Vitervo-Vasquez pleaded guilty to Friday morning to sexual battery with a child under 14-years-old, WDAM reports.

Prosecutors say the girl, who was 11-years-old at the time, went to a medical center where it was determined she was pregnant. Officials say she would have conceived the child at ten years of age.

She told prosecutors that Vitervo-Vasquez “touched her and gave her something to drink” after taking her to a hotel room. She also told officials that the drink he gave her “made her sleepy.”

WJW reports that she gave birth to a baby boy with multiple birth defects in November 2016. The baby died in surgery at a hospital in Jackson.

The prosecuting district attorney in Jackson said DNA taken from the mother determined with 99.9 percent certainty that Vitervo-Vasquez was the father.

Vitero-Vasquez, who prosecutors say was deported twice, did not have a social security number and could not read or write.

The judge sentenced Vasquez to 40 years in prison, ordering that he serve a mandatory minimum of 25 years and be deported immediately after he is released.

Other illegal aliens have been in the news this week after being charged with raping a minor.

An illegal alien who was arrested last Sunday for allegedly raping a 7-year-old girl had been deported once before. He is being held on $200,000 bond and is considered a flight risk.

So, I guess in Connecticut, paying for abortions is more important than paying for honor guards at veterans funerals. Disgusting.

CT Denying Deceased Vets Honor Guard Salutes at Their Funerals

August 15, 2017By Staff

CT Denying Deceased Vets Honor Guard Salutes at Their Funerals

Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.) did not include Honor Guard detail stipends in his executive order funding the government.

A new report from NBC Connecticut this week found that Connecticut veterans who served the U.S. are not receiving Honor Guard salutes at their funerals because the state won’t pay stipends during its budget crisis.

NBC Connecticut‘s Heather Burian investigated the issue, and found out Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.) did not include the stipends in his executive order funding state government, as Connecticut tries to pass a two-year budget.

As of July 1, the state stopped paying a stipend to the Honor Guard detail that carries out the rifle salute. The state currently does not have a budget, and the executive order the Governor signed did not include funding for the Honor Guard, according to Chris McClure, a spokesperson for Governor Dannel Malloy.

…”They can’t get the honor they deserve. So our Posts are trying to pick up some of the slack on this,” said Ed DeGumbia, the state department commander of the American Legion.

Even as veterans are being denied a final salute, the Malloy-Wyman administration found time to pledge up to $6 million for Planned Parenthood…

Read the whole story here:

https://reclaimct.com/ct-denying-deceased-vets-honor-guard-salutes-at-their-funerals/

A new twist from the Washington times. Why isn’t this being reported?

Antifa protesters burn county flag at Minnesota jail, hoist own flag in its place

So-called “anti-fascist” protesters in Minnesota descended on the Hennepin County jail earlier this week, burning the county’s flag and replacing it with their own “antifa” flag, it was reported Thursday. (Leah Soule via CNS News) more >

So-called “anti-fascist” protesters in Minnesota descended on the Hennepin County jail, burning the county’s flag and replacing it with their own “antifa” flag, it was reported Thursday.

A Hennepin County spokeswoman told CNS News that protesters gathered outside the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility Monday evening and took down the county’s flag, replacing it with their own.

“This lasted for under 30 minutes at which time we replaced the flag with a new one,” she said. “We do not condone the actions taken Monday.”

Video posted by CNS News showed dozens of protesters cheering as antifa’s red, black and white “Antifascist Action” flag flapped in the wind in front of the jail.

According to the Star Tribune, the protest started outside the headquarters of the Republican Party of Minnesota before heading northwest to the jail.

“A few in the group blocked the light-rail tracks, forcing a train to reverse back to the Government Center station,” the Tribune reported. “An effigy in khaki pants and a white shirt was burned on the jail plaza but went out as firefighters arrived.”

The protest was in response to a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that turned deadly on Saturday during clashes with antifa and Black Lives Matter activists. A reported Nazi sympathizer rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing a person and injuring 19 others. Several journalists have reported being attacked by antifa protesters while covering the carnage. President Trump on Tuesday blamed “both sides” for the violence.

The violence in Charlottesville has spurred anti-hate demonstrations across the country.

Here comes the scum.

Gage Cohen

By Gage Cohen | August 17, 2017 | 10:48 AM EDT

Leftist ‘Antiflag’ flies at Hennepin County building

Leftist “Antifa” protesters stormed a county government building in Minnesota, seized and burned the county flag – then replaced it with an Antifa flag – on Monday.

After left-wing protesters marched through downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota in response to last weekend’s demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, they hoisted the flag of the violent left-wing group “Antifa,” raising it in front of the county’s government center.

The Hennepin County flag was swapped with Antifa’s, a spokeswoman for the county confirmed to CNSNews.com, and the event was caught on camera by a woman in the crowd, who posted the footage on Twitter.

“Protesters gathered outside the Hennepin County Public Safety Facility. I do not know any specifics. I do know at some point the Hennepin County flag was taken down, damaged and the other flag went up,” said the county’s spokeswoman. “This lasted for under 30 minutes at which time we replaced the flag with a new one.”

“We do not condone the actions taken Monday,” she continued. When asked whether the county flag was flying once again, she said yes, noting that “It is my understanding they partially burned [the county flag]. It was no longer usable.” To her knowledge, no arrests were made.

“Last night, protesters removed/burned a county flag at the jail & replaced with a flag of their own. We removed it as soon as we were able,” the county tweeted about the incident Tuesday.

Antifa, meaning “anti-fascist,” has been responsible for several destructive riots and protests, including one in February where members of the group set fires, threw fireworks, attacked the crowd, and damaged property in order to stop Milo Yiannopoulos from speaking at the University of California, Berkeley.

Antifa also vandalized stores, broke windows and rioted during President Donald Trump’s inauguration, before being met with armed law enforcement officers.

Most recently, Antifa activists sparred with white nationalists and neo-Nazis who marched carrying torches and shouting racist chants in Charlottesville’s Lee Park. Since then, President Trump has denounced “both sides” for committing acts of violence.

Assuming this story is true, Some of these guys seem to be losing control…

Video shows bouncer punching handcuffed man as Minneapolis police look on

Minneapolis police say they are looking into the incident Saturday night outside Augie’s Cabaret.

Minneapolis police say they are looking into a video that appears to show two uniformed Minneapolis police officers standing by as a bouncer repeatedly punches a handcuffed man lying facedown outside a downtown strip club.

A bystander made a cellphone video of part of the incident, which is said to have occurred Saturday night outside Augie’s Cabaret and posted it to social media on Sunday. By Tuesday morning, it had been viewed more than 16,000 times on Facebook and shared hundreds of times.

The 10-second video shows a man on the ground with his arms cuffed behind his back as a bouncer punches him three times before being pulled away by someone in the crowd. A police report said the incident occurred at 2:17 a.m., and that David S. Mitchell, 28, of Burnsville was cited for 5th-degree assault “after officers witnessed him assault a security [sic] at that location.”

Read the entire story here:

http://www.startribune.com/video-shows-bouncer-punching-handcuffed-man-as-minneapolis-police-look-on/440586103/

Un frigging believable.

Outrage as Swiss hotel orders ‘Jewish guests’ to shower before swimming

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AFP

Geneva (AFP) – A Swiss hotel that posted signs telling Jewish clients to shower before using the pool and restricting their access to the facility’s freezer has unleashed outrage and official complaints from Israel.

The Paradies apartment hotel in the Alpine village of Arosa in eastern Switzerland is being accused of anti-Semitism after an outraged guest posted to Facebook a picture of a notice plastered outside the hotel pool.

“To our Jewish Guests, women, men and children, please take a shower before you go swimming,” it said, adding that “If you break the rules I’m forced to (close) the swimming pool for you.”

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A second notice, in the kitchen, meanwhile instructed “Our Jewish guests” that they could only access the facility’s freezer between 10 and 11 am and between 4:30 and 5:30 pm.

“I hope you understand that our team does not like being disturbed all the time,” it said.

The story quickly made the rounds on social media and was published by Israeli papers, prompting a harsh reaction from Israeli officials.

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely described the incident as “an anti-Semitic act of the worst and ugliest kind.”

Israel’s ambassador to Switzerland, Jacob Keidar, reportedly contacted the hotel and informed Hotovely the signs had been removed.

But she was not satisfied and has reportedly demanded “a formal condemnation” from Bern.

Swiss foreign ministry spokesman Tilman Renz told AFP in an email that the ministry had been in contact with Keidar and had “outlined to him that Switzerland condemns racism, anti-Semitism and discrimination in any form.”

– ‘A mistake’ –

Paradies manager Ruth Thomann, who signed the notices, meanwhile insisted to Swiss daily 20Minutes that she was not an anti-Semite, and acknowledged that her “choice of words was a mistake.”

She explained to the Blick daily that the apartment hotel currently had a lot of Jewish clients, and that other guests had complained that some of them did not shower before using the pool and had asked her to do something.

“I wrote something naive on that poster,” she was quoted as saying, admitting that it would have been better to simply address all guests with the same message.

The hotel is reportedly very popular with ultra-orthodox Jewish guests because it has been accommodating to their needs, including access to a freezer to store kosher food.

Thomann told Blick that the since the freezer was in the staff room, she had felt compelled to set times when the Jewish guests could access it to ensure staff could enjoy their “lunch and dinner in peace.”

The prominent Jewish rights group, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre, also voiced outrage at the incident, publishing a letter Tuesday demanding that Switzerland “close hotel of hate and penalise its management.”

And it called on Booking.com to remove the hotel from its directory “and explain the anti-Semitic cause of the removal on your website.”

The centre’s head of international relations Shimon Samuels, pointed out that “the reference to ‘showers’ can be construed as a patently vicious reference to the fake shower (heads) in the gas chambers.”

Population control. How is this any different than what Hitler did to Jews?

Nearly 100 percent of unborn babies with Down syndrome are aborted in Iceland

Nearly 100 percent of unborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome are aborted in Iceland. According to CBS, abortion is legal in Iceland after 16 weeks “if the fetus has a deformity.” (Image source: CBS News screenshot)

Nearly 100 percent of unborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome are aborted in Iceland, according to CBS News.

In a report from Iceland, “CBSN: On Assignment” said that since screening tests were introduced in the country in the early 2000s, almost 100 percent of women who received a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis terminated their pregnancy. According to CBS, abortion is legal in Iceland after 16 weeks “if the fetus has a deformity.”

While Iceland’s Down syndrome termination rate is high, other countries aren’t far behind. According to CBS News, in France, 77 percent of women who received a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis terminated their pregnancies in 2015 and 98 percent did so in Denmark. In the United States, that rate is estimated to be 67 percent.

CBS News noted that the screening test is only 85 percent accurate.

When Thordis Ingadottir discovered she was pregnant with her third child at the age of 40, she underwent the screening test. The results showed her odds of having a child with Down syndrome were only 1 in 1,600. Ingadottir’s daughter Agusta, who is now 7, was diagnosed with Down syndrome after her birth in 2009.

Ingadottir told CBS News that Agusta was one of only three children born with Down syndrome in the country that year. In contrast, according to the National Down Syndrome Society, about 6,000 babies with Down syndrome are born each year in the United States.

Ingadottir has since become an activist fighting for the rights of people with Down syndrome in Iceland.

“I will hope that she will be fully integrated on her own terms in this society. That’s my dream,” Ingadottir said of her daughter. “Isn’t that the basic needs of life? What kind of society do you want to live in?”

Geneticist Kari Stefansson, the founder of deCODE Genetics, a company that studies the Icelandic population’s genomes, told CBS News: “My understanding is that we have basically eradicated, almost, Down syndrome from our society — that there is hardly ever a child with Down syndrome in Iceland anymore.”

Stefansson said the Down syndrome termination rate “reflects a relatively heavy-handed genetic counseling” in the country with a population of around 330,000.

“And I don’t think that heavy-handed genetic counseling is desirable. … You’re having impact on decisions that are not medical, in a way,” he said. “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with aspiring to have healthy children, but how far we should go in seeking those goals is a fairly complicated decision.”

Helga Sol Olafsdottir counsels women who have a pregnancy with a chromosomal abnormality at Landspítali University Hospital in Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland. She told CBS News that she tells women, who are wrestling feelings of guilt about the decision to abort, that “This is your life — you have the right to choose how your life will look like.”

“We don’t look at abortion as a murder,” Olafsdottir said. “We look at it as a thing that we ended. We ended a possible life that may have had a huge complication … preventing suffering for the child and for the family. And I think that is more right than seeing it as a murder — that’s so black and white. Life isn’t black and white. Life is gray.”

Actress Patricia Heaton criticized the report, tweeting that “Iceland isn’t actually eliminating Down Syndrome. They’re just killing everybody that has it.”

“Big difference,” she noted.

A tad late in the game for regrets. Ellison is a moron that panders to the progressives that propped him up his entire life.

“North Korea is a serious thing,” Ellison, D-Minn., told attendees at the NetrootsNation conference during a question-and-answer session. “You have this guy making bellicose threats against somebody else who has very little to lose over there. Kim Jong Un, the world always thought he was not a responsible leader; well, he’s acting more responsible than this guy is.”

Ellison immediately retracted those remarks in an interview with a Washington Post reporter after leaving the panel.

“That was one of those I wish I’d not said,” Ellison told the Post. “It’s tailor-made for somebody to misuse. I’d say, he’s being incredibly irresponsible, and he’s putting us in a situation where you could have an accidental launch.

Ellison warned Trump’s rhetoric could spur Kim to take action first and called for someone to bring “calm to the situation, not spiking it.”

Trump has not backed down from his fiery warnings from North Korea, offering a third stern warning in a week to Pyongyang on Friday.

“If [Kim] utters one threat in the form of an overt threat … or if he does anything with respect to Guam or any place else that’s an American territory or an American ally, he will truly regret it and he will regret it fast,” Trump told reporters at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., Friday.

And I thought it was obvious enough that it didn’t need clarification.

Castile was shot and killed in a Saint Paul, Minn., suburb last summer by a Falcon Heights police officer, after telling the police officer he had a license to carry a firearm. But Dana Loesch, a spokeswoman for the NRA, said there were other factors that have to be considered in the case.

“He was also in possession of a controlled substance and a firearm simultaneously, which is illegal. Stop lying,” Loesch said on Twitter early Thursday.

She was responding to a tweet noting that Castile was a Minnesota carry permit holder who “followed the safety rules” but was still shot. The Twitter user questioned why the NRA was so slow to defend Castile, thinking it had to do with his race.

The police officer — Jeronimo Yanez — panicked when Castile, who said he was legally carrying his handgun, reached for his waistband. Yanez then opened fire several times.

Many who defend Yanez — who was acquitted of second-degree manslaughter earlier this year — say had Castile known what to do, he would have put his hands on the dashboard or steering wheel and waited for further instructions from Yanez. Defenders of Castile say Yanez should have told Castile what to do after he disclosed he had a concealed weapon.

The NRA was quiet on Castile’s death for nearly a year following, until a CNN debate last month when Loesch called the incident “a terrible tragedy that could have been avoided.”

Loesch pointed out in her Thursday tweet that Castile was breaking the law by having a controlled substance in his possession at the time of the shooting. According to a memo filed during Yanez’s case by his attorneys, Castile was a regular marijuana user and had high levels of THC in his system when he died.

According to the memo, Castile lied on his application for his firearm permit by denying he was “unlawful user of any controlled substance.” It is a felony to be in possession of a controlled substance while armed with a firearm, even if lawfully in possession of the gun.

Yanez testified that the car smelled like marijuana when he pulled Castile over, and later on, Castile’s fiancé Diamond Reynolds told police they had smoked marijuana before being pulled over, and had the drug in their car.

UPDATE: Since this story was published, Dana Loesch contacted the Washington Examiner and said she was not speaking for the NRA in her tweet, and that she was only commenting on the technical way the issue was being described, not on the circumstances of Castile’s death.

The NRA did not respond to multiple requests for comment, nor did Loesch email a statement correcting her tweet.

He knows little of what he says, yet he continues his career on the dole.

Keith Ellison: The Republican Party Is ‘The Party Of Racism’

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AMBER RANDALL
Civil Rights Reporter

Ellison, who serves as the deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee, accused the GOP of holding racism up as an ideal in the address at the Netroots Nation conference in Atlanta, Ga.

“By the way, you hear Republicans and they say they are the ‘party of Lincoln,’” Ellison said. “He wouldn’t recognize these guys. The Republican Party today is the party of racism. I’m not saying every Republican is a racist, but I’m saying that their party does hold that up. That is sort of the deal.”

Ellison went on to claim the Democratic Party has protected civil rights for years by passing the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act.

Netroots Nation, a progressive organization, hosts yearly conferences for young progressives to give them training on activism. The conference usually draws bloggers, organizers and leaders to host panels, online training and networking.

Last year’s Netroot Nations conference featured a panel on blackness that sought to examine the “systematic oppression of African Americans in the United States.” One of the speakers, Rev. Osagyefo Sekou, said Americans should question whether police need to exist at all.

“Ask: ‘Why do they exist?’ What is their role in the context of black community given that their primary role has been about protecting elite and protecting global capital in the context of resources and its obsession with looting and riots?” Sekou asked.

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