The Berkeley, California (of all places) cops released on Twitter the mugshots of some unmasked AntiFa terrorists after they were arrested for violence. The Lefist city council complained and the cops apologized. Which is another example of Don Surber’s “Democrat Privilege.”
Mugshots, indeed. These Manson family clones are too fugly for a family blog. You’ll have to go the link to see for yourself.
“Why not publicize them?” asks commentor BA Deplorable Rupertslander at the Small Dead Animals blog. “After all, these are the same people who would shamelessly reveal the address of any government official that displeases them, doing so with the hope that those officials are harassed, if not attacked.”
Via Small Dead Animals and FoxNews
Barbara Ellen says no, to my query whether Tampons feel erotic. It’s a question I always wanted to ask. No, she said, its having a dry thing stuck up inside you.
“It makes me feel like I’m smuggling cotton.”
They already completed it ahead of time in one Georgia County.
Reasonably so, yes, in the headline news segment of its app. Not the Alex Jones commentary which, of course, is commentary. The app is, curiously, still available at the Apple app store. I downloaded it to my phone in the interest of promoting free speech. You should try it, too.
Meanwhile, Twitter’s CEO says they haven’t deleted InfoWars and won’t until they see a violation of their service agreement. Which, alas, isn’t defined.
The Mediacrats, to the extent they have covered California Dim Sen. Diane Feinstein’s Chinese government spy at all, insist on calling him a driver. He was, instead, her “staff liasion to the Asian-American community.”
When he was outed by the FBI in 2014—after 20 years—although she was then head of the Senate Intelligence Committee,he was quietly allowed to retire with no retribution whatsoever. He still works in San Francisco.
Read. It. All.
Via The Daily Caller.
UPDATE: The story has gotten “minimal play” from the Mediacrats. Well, they are Democrats after all and subject to Democrat Privilege.
MORE: Even if he was a mere driver “It’s plenty serious,” one former top Justice Department official told me. “Focusing on his driver function alone, in Mafia families, the boss’s driver was among the most trusted men in the crew, because among other things he heard everything that was discussed in the car.”
Not that I have ever paid much attention to Austin’s Alex Jones and his InfoWars setup. Well, I did read some of the daily’s stuff about his divorce, which was a nasty custody fight which he lost. But otherwise…
Still, when Apple, Google, Facebook and Spotify conspire to censor him and his operation—all within 24 hours—you gotta be appalled. If you care about free speech. If you’re a Dim (or one of their lapdog media like CNN or MSNBS) who only cares about PC conformity, then, not so much.
UPDATE: PJMedia: The Rise of The Tech Fascists
MORE: In the interest of free speech, I downloaded to my phone the InfoWars app from the Apple app store which, curiously, is still available. Its news items seem reasonably objective, as opposed to Jones’ commentary.