A group of ANTIFA terrorists showed up to a Huntington Beach pro-Trump rally Saturday, but they had two problems on their hands: #1 they were greatly outnumbered and #2 these Trump fans were not in any mood to be messed with.
The event turned violent at the ``Make America Great Again'' rally at Bolsa Chica State Beach when a man wearing a black mask pepper-sprayed an organizer of the event and was tackled and punched by supporters of President Donald J. Trump, according to video from the scene.
Police say they detained 6 people, 4 of whom are facing felony charges.
“We should be behind our President – he won, fair and square,” Sabato Jr. stated at the beginning of his interview with the Daily Ledger, “he’s the leader of the free world and he’s working extremely hard,” he continued.
A refugee centre in Germany has been burnt down following a dispute among residents over Ramadan meals.
The blaze ripped through accommodation that was home to hundreds of asylum seekers on the site of Düsseldorf trade fair, causing around 130 people to be evacuated and leaving 24 suffering from smoke inhalation.
Footage showed flames rising hundreds of feet into the air, sending a huge column of black smoke into the sky. Authorities are now tearing down the burnt-out hall amid fears the structure was in danger of collapsing.
Ralf Herrenbrück, a senior public prosecutor in the city, said there had been disputes among Muslims living in the home over how to mark Ramadan before the fire broke out on Tuesday.
“There are two groups - one group wants to follow it strictly and so only eat when it's dark while the other group wants to eat at normal times - for example because there are also pregnant women there,” he said.
On March 20, 2017, B'nai Brith Canada filed a complaint with Montreal police regarding a sermon made by Sheikh Muhammad bin Musa Al Nasr at the Dar al-Arqam mosque in Montreal. In the sermon, recited on Dec. 23, 2016, he described Jews as “the most evil of mankind” and “human demons,” and quoted a passage from the hadith that calls for killing Jews.
Saudi cleric Sheikh Ayman Al-Anqari cited various hadiths in support of his claims that "coexistence in the sense of freedom of religion... is null and void" and that there are two kinds of Jihad: offensive Jihad and defensive Jihad. The punishment for apostasy, he said, "is one of the greatest punishments in Islam." Al-Anqari's lesson aired on the Saudi Al-Ahwaz TV channel on February 16.
Ayman Al-Anqari: "The problem with the issue of coexistence lies in its distortion to the point that it involves distortion of the Islamic rules. For example, they tell you that coexistence means freedom of religion. You are supposed to let people be heretics, deny the existence of Allah, curse Allah, curse His Prophet, and curse Islam. This is called liberalism and freedom of religion. Or take, for example, the abolition of the punishment for apostasy. They say that the punishment for apostasy should be abolished because it runs counter to coexistence. The punishment for apostasy is immutable, and it is one of the greatest punishments in Islam. According to the hadith narrated by Ibn Abbas in the Bukhari compilation, the Prophet Muhammad said: 'Whoever changes his religion – kill him.' Therefore, coexistence in the sense of freedom of religion, heresy, denying the existence of Allah, and the rejection of the punishment for apostasy in Islam as something that runs counter to the freedom to choose one's religion – all this is null and void.
"Coexistence in this sense is null and void, rejected, and unacceptable. In addition, denial of the notion of offensive jihad is propagated by the defeatist, rationalist, modern school of thought. They tell you that there is only defensive jihad in Islam. No. The texts in the Quran and the Sunna mention two kinds of jihad: offensive jihad, when [Muslims] have the ability to wage it, and defensive jihad. Allah said: 'Fight the ones who do not believe in Allah nor in the Last Day.' Allah made fighting and jihad contingent upon the existence of heresy. According to the hadith narrated by Buraida in the Muslim compilation, the Prophet Muhammad said: 'Raid for the sake of Allah, fight those who reject Allah.' Allah made fighting contingent upon the existence of heresy. This means offensive fighting – of course only under certain conditions, like the ability to do so, for example."
The terror attack in Westminster was over in just 82 seconds, Scotland Yard revealed last night. In that time, crazed Islamist Khalid Masood killed three pedestrians and injured dozens more, crashed his car, ran through the gates into Parliament and stabbed a brave policemen to death before being shot dead by an armed officer. The Metropolitan Police released the first detailed timings of Wednesday’s atrocity after piecing them together from eyewitness accounts, CCTV footage and 999 calls – but they admitted they are still trying to establish if the killer had accomplices.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said at a press briefing Thursday that Obamacare was an “overwhelming success.”
“By and large [Obamacare] has been overwhelmingly successful, not 100 percent,” Pelosi said.
Pelosi blamed Republicans for any problems that Obamacare has faced: “The money was there to mitigate for [high-risk pools]. The Republicans would not allow us to spend the money once they had the majority.”
Pressed on her claim of Obamacare’s success, Pelosi doubled down and repeated the claim.
Under Obamacare, premiums have continued to rise, with Chris Conover of Forbes writing, “there was no evidence that Obamacare had slowed down the rate of health insurance premium increases faced by workers relative to the rise in wages.”
This woman gives the single most powerful speech you'll ever hear in your life regarding sanctuary cities impact on natural born, and legal immigrants. This is just... wow! Must hear this and share so people can see the truth the media absolutely refuses to show you!
On Friday morning, New Day host Chris Cuomo said that he was “not seeing it” in response to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s (D-FL) claim that Democrats were willing to sit down with Republicans to work out a health care bill.
Wasserman Schultz called the GOP bill “outrageous.”
“We need to sit down together. Democrats are absolutely, earnestly willing to sit down and work together to address the problems in the current law,” Wasserman Schultz continued.
Cuomo then criticized her point, “I hear you on that, but I’m not seeing it on the Democratic side.”
After being called out, Wasserman Schultz showed no indication of backing down, calling the GOP plan “unacceptable.”
Earlier this week, Senate Democrats said they will block any health care reform efforts – no matter how bipartisan – if the GOP plan passes, proving Cuomo’s point.
London's Southall has strong Indian and Pakistani roots mixed with communities from all over the World. You'll see women in colorful saris, sidewalk food stalls and bright fabrics hanging in store fronts.....
Add to this the bhangra music in the air and the hustle and bustle of a vibrant local economy, all of which makes a visit to Southall unforgettable. You'll feel like you're really in Asia. For those visitors who like curry...this is the place!
The Metropolitan Police Department reiterated Friday that despite hysteria around missing teenagers in Washington, D.C., all teenagers reported missing in 2017 left voluntarily.
Viral posts on Instagram and Twitter have created a social media hysteria that the number of black girls missing in D.C. has skyrocketed, leading members of Congress to write a letter to the FBI and the Department of Justice requesting federal involvement.
Given that the hysteria is now too loud to ignore because of the publicity provided by actress Taraji P. Henson and rapper LL Cool J, the Metropolitan Police Department has been locked in a public relations battle, insisting that the number of cases of missing children in D.C. is actually decreasing, rather than increasing.
According to NBC Washington, police spokeswoman Karimah Bilal said Friday that all teens reported missing in 2017 left voluntarily, dismissing the theory that the teenagers have been caught up in human trafficking.
“We look at every case closely to make sure that doesn’t happen, but to my knowledge, that hasn’t been a factor in any of our missing person cases,” Bilal said.
An NSA Whistle-Blower just blew the case against Obama's illegal spying of Pres. Trump and his campaign workers wide open. On Fox News while speaking with Tucker Carlson he exposed that the Obama admin most likely spied on Trump 'for some time.'
On Thursday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called on Senate Democrats to filibuster President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, but Schumer previously thought that a Supreme Court Justice didn’t need 60 votes.
“After careful deliberation, I have concluded that I cannot support Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court,” Schumer said during his opening remarks on the Senate floor.
“He will have to earn 60 votes for confirmation. My vote will be no, and I urge my colleagues to do the same.”
Democrat Rosa DeLauro (CT) went off on the Republicans' proposed health care bill, holding up a sign on the House floor that read "Get Old People."
"What does the GOP stand for? 'Get Old People.' That's what this bill does," she said.
DeLauro said the bill, which is scheduled for a vote this afternoon, will impose an "age tax on older Americans" and make their health care unaffordable.
She also said 24 millions will lose their insurance while shifting costs to states under the American Health Care Act.
British MP had a discussion with an Ex-Muslim that you absolutely must hear! Even former Muslims believe that Islam 'must be eradicated,like cancer.' This caller breaks down how Islam is a threat to Western societies, and how it must be stopped as quickly as possible before Islamist takeover.
A small plane has crashed into a subdivision in the northern Atlanta suburbs Friday night, killing the pilot and setting a house ablaze, authorities said. FAA spokesman Rick Breitenfeldt said a Cessna Citation I crashed on Vistawood Drive in Marietta, Georgia, about three miles northeast of Cobb County International Airport, around 7.20pm Friday. The plane, coming from Wilmington, Delaware, en route to Fulton County Airport, crashed next to a house and exploded. The house next door caught on fire from the radiant heat and was fully engulfed when the Cobb County Fire Department arrived on the scene, authorities said. Everyone in both houses got out safely and no injuries were reported. Some neighborhood residents witnessed the plane crash. 'I noticed they were looking up in the sky and I see a plane going straight down, it was going down in a corkscrew fashion, it was really slow, I couldn't hear an engine,' resident John Perry told Fox 5. Resident Duncan Elrod was working on his roof nearby and filmed the immediate aftermath of the crash. Elrod thought the pilot may have been trying to land on the street, but the angle was too sharp and they could not make it. 'And I heard a plane and it sounded like it was flying really, really low and about the time I started to look and see where it was, there was a boom and huge explosion, and a large fireball,' said Elrod of the crash. A large black plume of smoke could be seen for miles in the area of the crash Friday night. Officials said the pilot issued a distress call from the Cessna Citation I - a small-sized business jet that can hold five passengers and two crew members. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate.
Video clips released online on Friday purport to show the aftermath of airstrikes by Syrian government forces in the rebel-controlled eastern Ghouta.
Someone tried to rob the Rolex store in Las Vegas
Between 1,200 and 2,000 people participated in a prayer, held Friday in front of the town hall of Clichy-la-Garenne, protesting against the closure of their place of worship.
Between 1,200 and 2,000 Muslim faithful participated Friday in a prayer organized in front of the town hall of Clichy-la-Garenne in the Hauts-de-Seine to protest against the closure this week of their place of worship in the city center.
Gathered in peace around 1 pm, 1,200 people according to the police, 2,000 according to the organizers, listened to the preaching of the Imam and various interventions on a plaza opposite the town hall, before meeting on a part of the Boulevard adjoining to pray, under guard of the CRS and their own service of order. "We ask the mayor for a worthy place and a definitive solution ... Claim your right in calm and far from any overflow," urged one of the imams of the closed mosque, Sheikh Abdoulhakim Badaoui.
GEEN STIJL TV Channel. The interview of three Muslim teenagers (probably of Moroccan origin) shows above all how integration had totally failed in the Netherlands. There is no reason not to believe the boys belong already to the third generation non western immigrants that are living in the Netherlands. They are born and raised here. Still their knowledge of the Dutch language is very poor. It is hard to believe, if we think they are attending a Dutch school from the beginning and are now visiting high school. Billions of Guldens and later on Euro’s were invested (still) in extremely expensive integration programs.
Very alarming are their idea’s about the host country that had done so much to give them good life, health care, education etc. How many of them could have reached the age of 5 years old, if they were still living in their country of origin? Now they are spitting on the “Kuffar”. They want to rough up their women and girls for not dressing properly etc. They want to live in the wonderful country IS “where a Muslim can live according to the laws of his faith. It is very obvious that the boys get all their idea’s from their parents and the mosques; it is especially clear by the youngest.
Few day’s after the terror assault in Copenhagen interviewed the Dutch TV the famous Danish cartoon drawer Kurt Westergaard. This is what he had said: Now after the attack. I am afraid that the Danes will take it very hard and hostility among the two groups will grow. By that all integration efforts made for so many years and the milliards of Kronen it had cost, will go down the drain. Alas for mister Hedegaard, integration had TOTALLY FAILED. We have to look at it as a bad investment that had totally failed.
The spectre of the gender wars has been invoked in Senate estimates this morning after a line of questioning by new Labor senator Katy Gallagher resulted in a spat between her and government minister Mitch Fifield in which she accused him of “mansplaining”.
Senator Gallagher was asking about the status of social security legislation the day after Malcolm Turnbull became Prime Minister and whether there was any change to the introduction of bills, with Senator Fifield explaining that these were matters for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet.
The argument went on, with Senator Gallagher rephrasing the question a number of times.
“Thanks for the mansplaining,” she said toward the end of the first session of Community Affairs estimates.
“Imagine if I said you were womansplaining,” Senator Fifield said, before adding she was being “sexist”.
Senator Gallagher said his answers had been “patronising and condescending”.
“I thought we were having a good-hearted exchange, I just find it extraordinary that you or any senator at this table would seek to invoke gender in impugning how a senator is responding,” Senator Fifield said.
One of the illegal alien suspects accused of raping and sodomizing a 14-year-old freshman at Rockville High School “is being used as an unjust scapegoat by the opponents of recent immigration practices,” his defense attorney said Wednesday.
“Based on everything we know, we think he’s innocent. This appears to have been a consensual encounter,” attorney Andrew Jezic told the Washington Post.
Jezic has been retained by the family of 18-year-old illegal alien suspect Henry E. Sanchez. Sanchez Milian and Jose Montano, 17, allegedly raped the victim orally, vaginally, and anally, sometimes simultaneously, in a bathroom stall on March 16 as she cried out in pain and begged them to stop, according to a police interview with the victim. After the victim reported the alleged rape to school staff, a forensic specialist found blood and bodily fluids in the boys’ bathroom.
Both illegal alien suspects were enrolled as freshmen at Rockville High School, despite their ages. The 1982 Supreme Court Case Plyler v. Doe forbids public schools from withholding taxpayer funding from illegal aliens, allowing them to enroll in schools meant to educate citizens’ children. As Breitbart News has reported, illegal aliens and their children are entitled to U.S. taxpayer-funded educations in spite of breaking many U.S. laws. American communities are forced to divert nearly $60 billion in funding each year from their own children to illegals, foreign-born students, refugees, and U.S.-born children of illegals granted citizenship by a footnote in the 5-4 Doe ruling.
Political animus is motivating those who are angry at the violent rape accusations, the attorney said.
“There has been a rush to judgment,” Jezic added later. “I think that he is being used as an unjust scapegoat by the opponents of recent immigration practices.”
A Florida woman is being told to take down her Blue Lives Matter flag that's been flying for several years now by her homeowners association.
Jeff Gaddie told Action News Jacksonville that his daughter in St. Johns County has been flying the flag to honor him and many other family members who are law enforcement.
"She called to ask why," Gaddie said. "They told her they had received a complaint that it was considered racist, offensive and anti-Black Lives Matter,” he said.
The association asked the woman, who did not want to be identified for fear of backlash, to submit a request for permission to fly the flag, which has since been denied.
Action News Jacksonville reached out to the First Coast Association Management, which said only American and military-themed flags are allowed to fly in the neighborhood, even though there are other types of flags flying.
Gaddie says the flag is only a show of support and the family is planning to appeal the decision at the next homeowner's association meeting.
Yet another leftist loon shows just how crazy they truly are by recording themsevles spewing their utter nonsense. Listen to this idiot from Boston claim the terrorist group, Antifa, claim that the London terrorist attack is actually a 'false flag event'
Yes — she is seriously suggesting this.
A columnist for the Daily Telegraph wrote a piece actually suggesting that Australia make it illegal to be a stay-at-home parent once your kids are old enough to go to school.
“Rather than wail about the supposed liberation in a woman’s right to choose to shun paid employment, we should make it a legal requirement that all parents of children of school-age or older are gainfully employed,” Sarrah Le Marquand writes in a column titled “It should be illegal to be a stay-at-home mum.”
“Only when the female half of the population is expected to hold down a job and earn money to pay the bills in the same way that men are routinely expected to do will we see things change for the better for either gender,” she writes.
“Only when the tiresome and completely unfounded claim that ‘feminism is about choice’ is dead and buried (it’s not about choice, it’s about equality) will we consign restrictive gender stereotypes to history,” she writes.
According to Marquand, allowing women to stay home and raise their kids is bad for the economy (and is worsened by what she calls a “double standard” regarding welfare benefits in favor of stay-at-home moms resulting from “the the unfair tax concessions enjoyed by one-income households”). Mothers being able to stay home is “not doing anyone any favours,” she says. ”Not children, not fathers, not bosses — and certainly not women.”
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer criticized CNN Thursday for reporting that U.S. officials are investigating that associates of the president communicated with suspected Russian operatives to coordinate the release of information that damaged the Hillary Clinton campaign. “So let’s actually look at what CNN reported. They reported that anonymous U.S. officials have told them that information indicates that association of the campaign and suspected operatives coordinated, which they admit is not conclusive of anything, is bordering on collusion. The last line of the thing said, ‘The FBI cannot yet prove that collusion took place,’” Spicer said in response to a reporter’s question. Spicer said there’s more evidence that CNN colluded with Hillary Clinton’s campaign to give her the questions to CNN’s presidential debates against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) than any type of collusion from the Trump campaign.
“I think there’s probably more evidence that CNN colluded with the Clinton campaign to give her debate questions than the Trump campaign gave any kind of collusion. So I think when it comes down to that reporting, it is filled with a bunch of subjective terms about this person may have done this, possibly could have done that,” Spicer said. “And at the end of the story, if you wade to the very bottom it says, ‘The FBI cannot yet prove that collusion took place.’ So I’ve addressed this type of reporting in the past, and this fits right in,” he added. Emails from March 2016 showed Brazile advising Clinton’s campaign that Hillary Clinton would get questions about the death penalty at one debate and the Flint water crisis at another debate. Former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile admitted recently that as a CNN contributor, she helped Clinton’s campaign by providing her with “potential town hall topics,” the NY Daily News reported.
“Among the many things I did in my role as Democrat operative and DNC vice chair ... was to share potential town hall topics with the Clinton campaign,” Brazile wrote in a piece published in Time magazine this month. “My job was to make all our Democrat candidates look good, and I worked closely with both campaigns to make that happen,” she wrote. “But sending those emails was a mistake I will forever regret.”
Coffins, tombstones, and orthodox funeral proceedings are the norm, but a company called Capsula Mundi is completely changing the way we look at burials.
When we originally wrote about this project (about a year ago), Capsula Mundi, a unique burial method, was in the early stages of development. Capsula Mundi is essentially a cultural project founded by Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel in Italy, who approach death and design in very different ways.
The designers wanted to emphasize “Nature’s cycle of transformation” and created an organic, biodegradable pod that actually transforms the body of the deceased into a tree. (Yes, you can now become a tree when you die!)
Once in the burial pod, the human body transforms into nutrients for the tree to help it grow.
It basically works like this: first, the body is encapsulated in a fetal position and then buried in one of the pods, where either a tree seed or an actual tree is planted above the pod.
We now know that Barack Obama completely lied to the American public time and time again about what the CIA and other spy agencies were actually doing when they gathered information from normal Americans. Here's a flashback of one of the lies he told a reporter about the CIA surveillance program
The residents of Montgomery County are about fed up with having to pay for illegal immigrants to go to school. One particular resident, a woman who knew all the facts on the issue, spoke with Twitter star Jack Posobiec about what exactly the school district has been doing, in light of the fact that an illegal immigrant raped a 14 year-old girl in a Montgomery County school bathroom. “The Montgomery County school district enacted an 8.7 percent tax increase…” the woman said. “Supposedly the money was to go for school expenses for all the illegal immigrant children coming in.” -- “They’re coming in at 2,000 a year,” the woman continued. ---- So basically, taxpayers are being forced to finance people who could commit crimes. When does this end?
Yusuf al-Qaradawi speaking about the Muslim "conquest of Rome and Europe".
Yusuf al-Qaradawi is the founder and head of the European Council for Fatwa and Research in Clonskeagh mosque, Ireland.
The European Council for Fatwa and Research (ECFR) at the Clonskeagh mosque is an outlet for the fatwas of Yusuf al-Qaradawi.
Yusuf al-Qaradawi's IslamOnline site produced these fatwas calling for death for gays and apostates.
He also serves as the chairman of International Union for Muslim Scholars
A young man with autism and his friend were viciously attacked and beaten as they walked home from a grocery store on Richmond’s Southside. The attack happened on Saturday, March 18.
The whole thing was captured on camera.
The victim said he hoped people who saw the video would recognize what he called "a vicious gang of kids."
"A bunch of kids just jumped him," the victim's father said.
CBS 6 hid the identity of the victim, who was thrown to the ground, kicked, stomped, and hit in the face.
Blindsided and beaten, the victim suffered a black eye and broken nose. He said he knew it could have been worse.
"They slammed me to the ground and beat the crap out of me,” he said. “My eyes were black, missing teeth, got up, and I was dizzy and dripping blood."
When President Trump made his claim that President Obama “wiretapped” Trump Tower during the presidential campaign, the media demanded evidence. Since Trump’s initial tweet on March 4, the evening news shows of ABC, CBS and NBC have called on the White House to provide more evidence a grand total of 123 times. But when House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes briefed the President, and the press, revealing that Trump associates’ names hadn’t been redacted from intelligence reports, the networks changed their tone. According to Nunes, the Trump associates hadn’t been the target of surveillance. However, their conversations were picked up in the process, and then their identities weren’t masked as is usually the protocol with American citizens.
Nunes’s revelation didn’t prove the President’s wiretapping claims, but it did change the network news’s tone on releasing evidence. Before Nunes, the evening news shows were full of examples of demands for evidence to be made public. “Is it appropriate to ask whether the President is having difficulty with rationality?” CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley asked on March 8. NBC senior political analyst Mark Halperin said, “in case after case as a presidential candidate – even as President – Donald Trump has made outrageous claims with no obvious basis in fact.” ABC senior investigative correspondent Brian Ross mused that “because the President cited no proof, it is not clear tonight whether he based his allegations on top secret White House a briefing or whether it came from reading an article on the conservative Breitbart website.”
But after Nunes, the network journalists seemed less enthusiastic. On CBS Evening News on March 22, foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan said, “Nunes took the unusual step of briefing the press, then then President, before telling Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee.” At the end of a report on Nunes’s statement, ABC's World News Tonight fill-in anchor Tom Llamas noted that “a lot of Democrats are outraged with that statement.” Chief White House correspodent Jonathan Karl agreed: They sure are. And the top Democrat on the intelligence committee, Adam Schiff, said that Nunes is more concerned with defending Trump than leading the committee's investigation into Russian interference. He said today, Nunes needs to decide whether he is the chairman of an independent investigation or a surrogate of the white house, he cannot do both. And, as you remember, Nunes was a key player on the Trump transition.