Tuesday, June 27, 2017

NY DA Vance Cites ISIS as Reason to Disarm Countrymen while Unvetted Foreign Nationals Given ‘Sanctuary’

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 Vance memorializes the Pulse nightclub “gun-free zone” murders by an Islamist terrorist by endorsing more citizen disarmament as the way to thwart ISIS. Promoting anti-RKBA sentiment in Spanish is telling in terms of understanding the enthusiasm for “sanctuary cities.”


“New York County District Attorney Cy Vance in an interview aired Sunday blasted a GOP plan that would allow qualified owners to carry concealed handguns in other states that allow individuals to carry concealed firearms,” The Hill reported Sunday. “The district attorney warned lawmakers that they were ‘playing into the hand’ of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorists, pointing to ISIS publications describing the ease of buying guns in some American states.”
“This bill is supported, I’m sure, by ISIS,” Vance asserted, just to make sure the headlines would be hysterical and the herd would be properly spooked. “ISIS points its readers to America and how they can easily obtain guns by going to states where there are no permitting requirements. So ISIS is paying close attention to this bill as well.”
For “Progressives,” every day is Opposite Day, so leave it to one of their key players to declare the very thing the Founders deemed “necessary to the security of a free State” to be its undoing. And that, of course, requires that “the right of the people to keep and bear arms [BE] infringed.” 

Tim Sullivan knew the most successful official criminals controlled the guns.
New York City is a prime violator of that right, from the criminally insane Sullivan Laws—literally. The notoriously corrupt “Big Tim” Sullivan, a favorite of city trade union leaders and the suffragette movement, forced them through to the benefit of his criminal cronies. He died under mysterious circumstances after escaping from a sanitarium, where he’d been suffering from paranoid delusions and the ravages of tertiary syphilis.
Vance is happy to keep the paranoid delusions against an armed citizenry going. The son of a former Secretary of State and globalist insider, he has teamed with Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer (another oath-breaking gun-grabber) to form Prosecutors Against Gun Violence, a nationwide clique of elitist government lawyers from “progressive”-controlled urban areas intent on advancing a state monopoly of violence.

“The group plans to focus on policies to reduce gang violence and weapons trafficking,” The Los Angeles Times claims. “Prosecutors will also explore connections linking domestic violence, mental health and gun-related crimes.”
Meanwhile, they fight like hell to import more gang members, who promise to reward them with even more blood to dance in and exploit, translating to more power. Their ancillary agenda, using domestic violence and mental health as cover justifications, is to disarm even more citizens who have not been convicted of anything. Their agenda is to further erode the presumption of innocence until proven guilty, and the right to full due process and jury trials.

Vance welcomes Feuer as they join to impose their “progressive” urban disarmament agenda throughout the Republic.

As for Vance’s charge that ISIS will benefit if your right to keep and bear arms is recognized and honored, it’s fair to explore what’s wrong with immigration and refugee policies that allow unvettable foreign nationals into the country in the first place. But rather than address that problem, New York City, under socialist Mayor Bill de Blasio, has proudly declared The Big Apple a “sanctuary city,” and pledged to fight President Trump’s travel restrictions (which we should be learning more about later today if the Supreme Court weighs in as expected).
So the “progressive” solution is to let in more Islamists, disarm the people, and smear anyone who warns against that as a hater and an anti-government extremist.
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Monday, June 26, 2017

California Issues Travel Ban on States It Accuses of LGBT Discrimination

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oped: Yes indeed Kawlifornia under the leadership of Gov Jerry Brown thinks they are a independent country separate and superior from the United States of America...they thumb their collective noses at the US Constitution/Bill of Rights on all issues...they truly believe the US Constitution is a document that they and they alone can rewrite at will! 
Kawlifornia's agenda is all about #LGBTQ preferential rights...Gun Control...Thought Control and being the Nations Tax Collector ... no ands ifs buts about it! 

California has issued a ban on all state-funded and state-sponsored travel to four more states that it says discriminates against the LGBT community.
The travel ban under law AB 1887, first put into effect on Jan. 1, targets states that California believes use religious freedom as a basis for discrimination.
Fox 5 San Diego reports, “Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee were the original states banned by AB 1887, but [California Attorney General Xavier] Becerra added Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota and Texas on Thursday, citing what he called new discriminatory legislation enacted against the LGBTQ community in those states.”
“Alabama, South Dakota, and Texas all recently passed legislation that could prevent LGBT parents from adopting or fostering children and Kentucky passed a religious freedom bill that would allow students to exclude LGBTQ classmates from campus groups.”

According to AB 1887, "the California Legislature determined that 'California must take action to avoid supporting or financing discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.' To that end, AB 1887 prohibits a state agency, department, board, or commission from requiring any state employees, officers, or members to travel to a state that, after June 26, 2015, has enacted a law that (1) has the effect of voiding or repealing existing state or local protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; (2) authorizes or requires discrimination against same-sex couples or their families or on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; or (3) creates an exemption to antidiscrimination laws in order to permit discrimination against same-sex couples or their families or on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression."

The law was first enacted on Jan. 1, 2017, amid the continued controversy surrounding North Carolina's so-called "bathroom bill."
California Attorney General Becerra said in a statement Thursday, “Each of those states in the recent weeks have enacted legislation that may deprive some of the individuals of those states and individuals who visit those states of their constitutional rights.”

“Discrimination has consequences," he said. "While the California DOJ works to protect the rights of all our people, discriminatory laws in any part of our country send all of us several steps back. That’s why when California said we would not tolerate discrimination against LGBTQ members of our community, we meant it.”

Attorney General Becerra
on Thursday
Discrimination has consequences. I’m adding four states -- Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota & Texas -- to California's restricted travel list due to recently passed anti-LGBTQ laws.
While DOJ works to protect the rights of all our people, discriminatory laws in any part of our country send all of us several steps back. When California said we would not tolerate discrimination against #LGBTQ members of our community, we meant it.…/la-pol-ca-essential-politics-updat…

The travel ban does not prohibit personal travel to any state on the list.
California under law AB 1887 has the discretion to ban state-funded or state-sponsored travel to any state it deems discriminatory against LGBT people, even if certain laws such as adoption laws involve deeply held religious beliefs.


Gay Jews Kicked Out of Chicago Dyke March Because of Jewish Pride Flags

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A gay pride march in Chicago ejected attendees for carrying flags emblazoned with the Star of David to signify Jewish pride and gay pride because the flags allegedly “made people feel unsafe.”
According to the Windy City Times, a paper for Chicago’s gay community, three people carrying the Jewish gay pride flags were forced to leave the Chicago Dyke March on Saturday.
A member of the Dyke March Collective, which ran the event, told the Windy City Times the flags “made people feel unsafe” and that the event was explicitly “anti-Zionist” and “pro-Palestine.”
The Chicago Dyke March Collective does not mention the words “Zionism” or “Palestine” on its “about” page.

Wider Bridge Movement Midwest Manager Laurel Grauer, who attended the rally, was said she was told to leave because her flag was deemed "triggering."
“They were telling me to leave because my flag was a trigger to people that they found offensive," Grauer told the Windy City Times. “Prior to this [march] I had never been harassed or asked to leave and I had always carried the flag with me.”
"It was a flag from my congregation which celebrates my queer, Jewish identity which I have done for over a decade marching in the Dyke March with the same flag,” she explained.
Another attendee who was asked to leave, Iranian Jew Shoshany-Anderson said, “I was here as a proud Jew in all of my identities.”

"The Dyke March is supposed to be intersectional. I don't know why my identity is excluded from that. I fell that, as a Jew, I am not welcome here,” she continued.
In a statement, Dyke March Chicago wrote, “Sadly, our celebration of dyke, queer and trans solidarity was partly overshadowed by our decision to ask three individuals carrying Israeli flags superimposed on rainbow flags to leave the rally. This decision was made after they repeatedly expressed support for Zionism during conversations with Dyke March Collective members.”
The flag featured a Jewish star and was rainbow.

According to Grauer, she was approached and asked if she was a Zionist.
“People asked me if I was a Zionist and I said 'yes, I do care about the state of Israel but I also believe in a two-state solution and an independent Palestine,'” Grauer told the Windy City Times. “It's hard to swallow the idea of inclusion when you are excluding people from that. People are saying 'You can be gay but not in this way.' We do not feel welcomed. We do not feel included.”
Dyke March Collective Member Iliana Figueroa told the Chicagoist, "Yesterday during the rally we saw three individuals carrying Israeli flags super imposed on rainbow flags. Some folks say they are Jewish Pride flags. But as a Collective we are very much pro-Palestine, and when we see these flags we know a lot of folks who are under attack by Israel see the visuals of the flag as a threat, so we don't want anything in the [Dyke March] space that can inadvertently or advertently express Zionism.”

The Dyke March Chicago has defended themselves from claims of anti-Semitism by repeatedly posting comments from Jews who are anti-Zionist on social media pages.