10 June 2019 - Lunch News
There have been a lot of suspicious deaths over the weekend.
1) All four of these cases have happened in the past few days.
2 Former senators shot dead in their homes, 1 in Arkansas (researching a government pedophilia ring operation in Arkansas) and 1 in Oklahoma (long time hero for fighting pedophilia as a legislator, authored bill giving the death penalty to pedophiles),
NYPD Dep chief allegedly shot himself just days before retirement, and NYPD Detective is found dead in the bushes near Plumb Beach.
Former Republican Arkansas state Senator Linda Collins-Smith, who was found murdered in her home this week in Pocahontas, Arkansas, believed she was closing in on a child-trafficking ring working from within the Arkansas state government.
A verified source close to Collins-Smith told CD Media that she was about to go public with incriminating information on sitting judges in Arkansas, who were involved in taking children from poor women via the Department of Human Services (child protective services) in Arkansas and selling them to wealthy individuals. The source also disclosed that Collins-Smith believed the perpetrators were using illegal aliens to facilitate the crimes which included murdering the mothers of the stolen children.
Illegal aliens would have no records so the children could be taken and the mothers killed without a paper trial. A dead mother cannot ask for help finding her child.
Allegations are also raised that mothers in Arkansas were framed with planted drugs so their children could be taken away.:
"Murdered Arkansas Former GOP State Senator Believed She Was Closing In On Child Trafficking Ring In Arkansas State Government; sitting judges in AR taking children from poor women via DHS & selling them to wealthy individuals."
Another Pizza-Gate related Death:;
This man was ccd on a Podesta Email that was one of the major pieces of evidence of Pizzagate. According to the FBI there is a code pedophiles use which involve pizza, cheese, pasta, walnuts, maps, etc as code words for various things related to the act of pedophilia. They use this to communicate and set up sexual rendezvous.
The email, and others like it make no sense in English, but make perfect sense in pedophile code:
WOW.....Herb Sandler who was CC'd on the John Podesta "Pizza-Related Handkerchief" Wikileaks email died on June 5..........
Herb is ALSO the guy from the ""Do you think I’ll do better playing dominos on cheese than on pasta?" Podesta email.... cheese = girls, pasta = boys in peso-speak
As if that wasn’t enough, Biden just re-tweeted this pizza related tweet to Obama. Was it a threat or a reminder?:
"Biden is leading the polls by a wide margin, but has not received the endorsement of his former boss. Shortly after he announced his candidacy in April, Biden claimed he asked Obama not to endorse him as a candidate in the 2020 Democratic primary. Obama declined to endorse a candidate in the 2016 election until he picked Hillary Clinton in June of that year, a month ahead of the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia as part of an effort to unite the Democratic Party shaken by Sen. Bernie Sanders' surprisingly strong showing in the primaries.
Joe Biden wants everyone to know: Barack Obama is his best friend.
In a tweet Saturday evening to mark National Best Friends Day, the 2020 Democratic front-runner shared a photo of the friendship bracelet Obama made him three years ago when Biden was vice president and Obama was president.
Happy #BestFriendsDay to my friend, @BarackObama."
Another Death that makes no sense. What did this gay guy know?
Philadelphia Deputy Sheriff Dante Austin, a leader in Philadelphia’s gay community, got together with a few close friends for lunch Thursday at a Center City sports bar to discuss plans for him possibly to run for sheriff in four years.
“He was in high spirits,” said Terrell Green, a longtime close friend. “I was going to be his campaign manager.”
That evening, Austin and Green were among hundreds who gathered in LOVE Park for the raising of a rainbow flag marking June as Gay Pride Month, this weekend’s annual Philly Pride Weekend, and Sunday’s annual Pride Parade, for which he and his former partner were last year’s Grand Marshal Couple.
But hours later, the excitement had turned to tragedy. About 6:45 a.m. Friday, Austin’s body was found at his desk in the Sheriff’s Office at 100 S. Broad St. Pending Medical Examiner’s Office confirmation, authorities said he shot himself in the head.
Austin, 27, an Army veteran who was working in the Civil Enforcement Unit, was scheduled to be promoted to sergeant on July 1, Sheriff Jewell Williams said.
Austin was raised by his mother in Northeast Philadelphia, friends said. Before joining the Sheriff’s Office, he served in the Military Intelligence Corps of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. He had a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Rosemont College and was pursuing a master’s in public administration at West Chester University.
Another “Champion for Children” dies this weekend in what seems unlikely circumstances:
Authorities spent Friday afternoon and evening searching Galveston Bay for one of their own after a local police chief was knocked overboard from a fishing boat.
Chris Reed, who serves as police chief for Kemah, Texas, located on the Gulf Coast just southeast of Houston, was knocked off the boat by a larger passing vessel near Texas City, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
"The initial report is, they caught a wake from another vessel passing through the area and became off balance and fell overboard," said Texas Emergency Management Coordinator Tom Munoz.
Reed's wife called 911 to report her husband had fallen overboard at about 4 p.m. local time, authorities said.
Reed also serves on the board for the Clear Creek Independent School District.
"Chris Reed is a champion for children and a beacon of light for CCISD," the district said in a statement. "He is a strong man and we remain hopeful he will return to his wife and children."
Reed is a former Army paratrooper who took over as Kemah police chief two years ago. He has three adult children.
In addition to being police chief and ex-paratrooper, Reed was described as a wrestling coach, city manager, police chief, school board trustee and good friend.
Alan Peppard, Dallas Morning News columnist with ties to JFK, friends with the Bushes and the elite died at age 56:
This one has everything you’d expect……this guy knew EVERYONE!!
A sprinkle of JFK, a little George HW Bush/George W Bush, Texas and Dallas 1%, oil tycoons…………..ELITE
“A cause of death is pending, but his wife of 24 years, Jennifer, said it was likely a heart attack.” (Mmmmmkay)
Peppard wrote about Dallas’ rich and famous.
Peppard was best known for writing about the very powerful, the very rich — and, occasionally, the wannabe-wealthies. He rendered rich nobodies local somebodies, occasionally made them famous.
Peppard often wrote about his “friendship” with George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush.
Wrote a lot about JFK - unearthed rare footage and photographs that showed Kennedy leading a motorcade parade through downtown Dallas during his 1960 presidential campaign that proved eerily similar to the one that claimed his life in 1963.
Peppard wrote, too, about two REMOTE ISLANDS off the coast of South Texas that became “unlikely centers of power and influence” in 1937, because of Fort Worth’s Sid Richardson and Dallas’ Clint Murchison Sr.
Peppard wrote in 2015 about how Vice President George H.W. Bush calmly assumed the mantle following the shooting of Ronald Reagan.
“His account of George Bush’s behavior on the day Ronald Reagan was shot was a model of tense narrative storytelling,” said News editor Mike Wilson.
Another death of an Obama Administration person who was a go between for Russia and NASA, with additional diplomatic work in China, India and Uzbekistan. What would she have known. Her husband shot her and then himself, but why? Was it to protect their children?
U.S. Commerce Department official Lola Gulomova, who previously worked for NASA and the World Bank, was killed on Friday in an apparent murder-suicide in Washington, D.C., local officials say. The suspect was identified as her husband.
The incident happened at about 9:25 a.m. when officers responded to the 4300 block of Windom Place, Northwest, for a welfare check, according to the Metropolitan Police Department. When officers arrived, they gained entry to the residence and observed a man with a handgun.
A“OFFICERS HEARD A GUNSHOT THEN FOUND THE ADULT MALE SUFFERING FROM AN APPARENT SELF-INFLICTED GUNSHOT WOUND,” POLICE SAID IN A STATEMENT. “AN UNCONSCIOUS AND UNRESPONSIVE ADULT FEMALE WAS ALSO FOUND INSIDE THE RESIDENCE SUFFERING FROM MULTIPLE GUNSHOT WOUNDS.”
Gulomova, who was 45 years old, was pronounced dead at the scene. Her husband, 51-year-old Jason Rieff, was rushed to an area hospital where he was also pronounced dead, according to police. The couple had two children but they were not at home at the time of the shooting.“We lost a true friend of Uzbekistan. My deepest sympathies to her close ones,” he said. “Have met her last week at the [embassy]. She was supposed to leave for Tashkent [on Saturday] to lead [the] first ever trade mission to Uzbekistan.”
Gulomova was originally from Tajikistan and graduated from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C. in 2001. She worked at the Work Bank as a consultant for more than two years and later joined the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
In 2006, Gulomova became NASA Deputy Russia Representative at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow to manage bilateral space relations between the U.S. and Russia, according to a government profile. As part of her work, she ensured that U.S. astronauts on the International Space Station received appropriate support.
Gulomova joined the U.S. Commerce Department in 2008 and worked at diplomatic posts in Guangzhou, China; Taipei, Taiwan; and New Delhi, India. She covered major sectors such as civil aviation, energy, and foreign investment in the U.S. While working in India, she supported numerous high-level visits, including a visit by U.S. President Barack Obama in November 2010.
Add them to the Clinton Body Count:
Another champion for abused children is in hiding from the Pope et al:
In the instant he became one of the most controversial figures in modern Catholic Church history, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò went dark.
The retired Vatican ambassador to Washington wrote a bombshell letter last summer calling on Pope Francis to resign on the grounds that he had tolerated a known sexual abuser. As that letter was published, Viganò turned off his phone, told friends he was disappearing, and let the church sort through the fallout.Nine months later, in his first extended interview since that moment, Viganò refused to disclose his location or say much about his self-imposed exile. But his comments indicate that, even in hiding, he is maintaining his role as the fiercest critic of the Francis era, acting either as an honorable rebel or, as his critics see it, as an ideological warrior attacking a pope he doesn't like.
Viganò corresponded by email with The Washington Post over two months, writing 8,000 words in response to nearly 40 questions. He was blistering in his criticism of Francis, saying "it is immensely sad" that the pope was "blatantly lying to the whole world to cover up his wicked deeds.” He said a "gay mafia" among bishops, intent on protecting themselves, was "sabotaging all efforts at reform.”
Snapchat releases pro-pedophilia “love has no age” filter for LGBTQP Pride Month designed to normalize adults “hooking up” with children
Just as we predicted, the Cult of LGBTQ is eagerly trying to add another letter onto its title: a P, for pedophiles.
The pro-LGBTQ Snapchat app, at least, decided that it would be a good idea to celebrate “Pride Month” in June by adding a new “love has no age” filter to its app, which was reportedly pulled just two days after it was launched in response to massive public backlash.
But while it was still operating, the “love has no age” filter apparently promoted the idea that sexual activity between people of any age, including children, is just another form of “self-expression” to be included on the LGBTQ “rainbow.”
Trump admin tells U.S. embassies they can't fly pride flag on flagpoles
We need to keep our foreign policies out of the bedroom. The American flag represents all people in this country. The homosexual pride flag is divisive.
Mueller seized and searched his star "collusion" witness Nader's computer in January 2018, yet never charged him w child-porn trafficking or referred such charges to US attorney. A federal criminal attorney told me: "There's no way he could not have known”
Leftist Ars Technica journalist and male feminist Peter Bright has been arrested for soliciting sex from a minor online. According to the FBI, Bright sought sex with a 7-year-old and a 9-year-old.
Watch this and then tell me this guy isn’t seriously mentally ill or even demonic. It is really reminiscent of Peter Strzok when he gave testimony:
CNN’s Cooper Anderson Looks ReallyDemonic!:
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Now for some more cheerful things:
Right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos has been named the grand marshal for Boston’s "Straight Pride" parade.
The organization named Yiannopoulos, who is openly gay, as its grand marshal for the event.
“I might technically be a sequined and perfectly coiffed friend of Dorothy’s, but I’ve spent my entire career advocating for the rights of America’s most brutally repressed identity — straight people — so I know a thing or two about discrimination,” Yiannopoulos said in a statement released by the group.
“This parade is a gift to anyone, male or female, black or white—gay and transgender allies, too!—who will stand with us and celebrate the wonder and the majesty of God’s own heterosexuality. Men, bring your most toxic selves. Women, prepare to burn your briefcases! Because it’s great to be straight, and we’re not apologizing for it any more. We’re Here, Not Queer.”
Boston’s Straight Pride event purportedly aims to celebrate heterosexuality in a city that’s said to have one of the largest LGBTQ communities in the nation.
“I know it’s a little ironic to have a gay conservative as our icon," Hugo told the Boston Herald.
Scholars at Johns Hopkins University released a new report on Monday which argues that there is not sufficient evidence to suggest that lesbian, gay, or transgender people are born with this sexual orientation or gender identity.
"The idea there that sexual orientation is fluid, that people change as people grow," Lawrence Mayer, a co-author of the report and a scholar-in-residence at Johns Hopkins University's psychiatry department, as well as a professor of statistics and biostatistics at Arizona State University, told The Christian Post. "There are probably some people that identify as hetrosexual [sic] that then later on identified as homosexual, so it goes both ways. The importance there is the fluidity and flexibility that these things change in time."
The three-part, 143-page report, which appeared in the Fall 2016 edition of The New Atlantis, also investigated other commonly accepted ideas about homosexuality and transgenderism. Mayer and his co-author Paul McHugh, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins, challenged the claim that discrimination and social stigma are the only reasons why homosexual and transgender people suffer higher rates of mental health problems and are more likely to commit suicide.
For all of the money we are spending, NASA should NOT be talking about going to the Moon - We did that 50 years ago. They should be focused on the much bigger things we are doing, including Mars (of which the Moon is a part), Defense and Science!
Oh-oh! Oberlin College’s insurance company says their policy doesn’t cover the huge verdict against it
By Thomas Lifson
Oberlin College, which has become one of the most politically correct campuses in the United States, has just discovered that allowing and encouraging social justice warriors to damage their perceived enemies can be expensive. A local jury has just awarded Gibson's Bakery, a five-generation institution in Oberlin, Ohio, $11 million in its lawsuit against the college for throwing its support behind a student-led boycott over false charges of racism. This amount could triple to $33 million if punitive damages — intended to punish and disincentivize egregious behavior — are awarded in proceedings Tuesday next week.
The insurer that covers Oberlin College for liability, Lexington Insurance Company, filed documents with court last month indicating that its umbrella liability policy would not cover costs of any judgment for the plaintiffs. That means that if, after the appeals process has run its course, the plaintiffs move to collect the $11 million a jury just awarded them (plus whatever punitive damages – up to $22 more – are awarded next week), Lexington likely won’t pay and Oberlin would have to sue for reimbursement.
Three black Oberlin students were arrested after one tried to use a fake ID and shoplifted from Gibson's in 2016, according to the Chronicle-Telegram, which extensively covered the case. Allyn Gibson, the white son of the bakery's owner, followed the students out of the store and got into a physical altercation with them.
After the students were arrested, student protests erupted, claiming that the robbery charge and physical conflict were racially motivated. Protestors urged patrons to shop elsewhere.
The protests became so large that Oberlin's police chief testified that he was considering pulling in the county's riot team, according to the Chronicle-Telegram. The divide was covered by national media outlets, including the Associated Press and CBS.
The students pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in August 2017, reading statements into the record that Gibson was within his rights to detain the robber and that the conflict was not racially motivated.
Oberlin College's liability arose because its dean of students, Meredith Raimundo, threw in with the protesters and the college ordered its dining services provider to stop buying from Gibson's. William Jacobson writes on Legal Insurrection:
The students eventually pleaded guilty, but not before large protests and boycotts intended to destroy the bakery and defame the owners. The jury appears to have accepted that Oberlin College facilitated the wrongful conduct against the bakery.
Trump tweet warns Big Tech:
Twitter should let the banned Conservative Voices back onto their platform, without restriction. It’s called Freedom of Speech, remember. You are making a Giant Mistake!
For the few conservatives they have left on, twitter is engaged in shadow banning of conservative content. For example twitter has made it such that my followers will not see my tweets in trending topics. Big Tech is colluding with Democrats to shut down opposition. Fascism
One guy collects Trump tweets into one collection, and then Twitter bans him for it:
Since Twitter has decided to shadowban my 31 tweet post on @realDonaldTrump’s “Enemy of the People” tweets, I have it all in one post here:
Flow around the blocks like water around a rock...
Beijing Summons U.S. Tech Leaders to Summit With Threats of “Punishment” if They Follow Trump…
Interesting, albeit not surprising, report from the New York Times after they are debriefed by a group of U.S. tech industry executives about a compliance meeting in China.
The Beijing regime of Chairman Xi Jinping summoned leaders from the top of U.S. tech industry companies and informed them of consequences for complying with U.S. laws that relate to black-listed Chinese industry; ie. Hauwei. It will be interesting to see how this dynamic plays out.
Beijing is counting on the far-left anti-American ideology within Silicon Valley to create a communist economic alliance on U.S. soil that will work against the interests of the American people.
SAN FRANCISCO — The Chinese government this past week summoned major tech companies including Microsoft and Dell from the United States and Samsung of South Korea, to warn that they could face dire consequences if they cooperate with the Trump administration’s ban on sales of key American technology to Chinese companies, according to people familiar with the meetings.
Held on Tuesday and Wednesday, the meetings came soon after Beijing’s announcement that it was assembling a list of “unreliable” companies and individuals.
[…] To those from the United States, they warned that the Trump administration’s move to cut off Chinese companies from American technology had disrupted the global supply chain, adding that companies that followed the policy could face permanent consequences. The Chinese authorities also hinted that firms should use lobbying to push back against the government’s moves.
[…] Chinese officials explicitly warned companies that any move to pull production from China that seemed to go beyond standard diversification for security purposes could lead to punishment, according to the two people.
[…] The Chinese officials told companies from outside the United States that as long as they kept up their current relationships and continued to supply Chinese companies normally, they would face no adverse consequences. (read full article)
California judge throws out Google's motion to dismiss, allows political discrimination lawsuit to proceed to discovery phase
By Thomas Lifson
The lawsuit alleging that Google discriminates against employees on the basis of political beliefs has passed a crucial test, allowing the plaintiffs to demand and receive internal documents, emails and text messages, and other records such as audio and video recordings related to their contention. Levi Sumagaysay of the San Jose Mercury-News reports:
A judge on Friday rejected Google's motions to throw out a lawsuit brought by fired engineer James Damore accusing the internet company of discrimination against conservatives, men and white people.
The ruling by Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Brian Walsh means the case, which Damore exited late last year in favor of arbitration, can move forward into the discovery phase.
"This ruling is a significant step forward for all California workers, and sends notice to Silicon Valley that discrimination of any kind will not be escape legal scrutiny," lead plaintiffs' attorney Harmeet Dhillon said in a statement.
If you are not familiar with Harmeet Dhillon, she is a conservative lawyer and political activist (RNC national committeewoman for California) who is smart and tough enough to take on the world's most powerful company and win.
The judge utterly vanquished Google's attempt to shut down the case:
The court denied three different Google motions to dismiss the lawsuit. Now the plaintiffs can request access to internal Google documents to try to support their allegations, which also include some people being "denied employment because of their actual and perceived conservative political activities and affiliations, and their status as actual or perceived Asian or Caucasian male job applicants," according to the lawsuit.
Allum Bokhari of Breitbart adds:
This is potentially a huge problem for the tech giant, as previous leaks of internal documents and video have repeatedly exposed the company's extreme political bias.
I strongly suspect that in internal conversations now subject to discovery, Google employees have expressed even more extreme views about conservatives than those in the video Bokhari links to. Those could be highly damaging.
It is important to note that James Damore, who first brought the class action lawsuit, has entered arbitration with Google and is no longer among the plaintiffs. But two other Google employees joined and remain in the class.
I don't know who needs to hear this, but the president is not above the law.
But apparently you are.
A retired Navy judge has been named to oversee the military tribunals at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, filling a job that has lacked a permanent occupant since his predecessor was dismissed last year after discussing plea deals with defense lawyers in the Sept. 11 and the destroyer Cole cases.
The job includes negotiating plea deals with defense lawyers, approving proposed cases, deciding whether prosecutors can seek the death penalty and funding trial and defense teams. The job’s responsibilities have been carried out since early last year on an interim basis by two lower-level officials.
Mr. Reismeier is taking over more than 15 years after the Pentagon named the first overseer of a tribunal system at Guantánamo Bay — set up after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks — with no major Qaeda prosecution yet carried out.