Time to “educate” this piece of shit.

Faiza Mahamud | Star Tribune

A man trying to impose what he calls “the civil part of the sharia law” in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis has sparked anger among local residents and Muslim leaders.

Abdullah Rashid, 22, a Georgia native who moved to Cedar-Riverside last year, has been making the rounds in the Somali-dominated neighborhood, telling people not to drink, use drugs or interact with the opposite sex. If he sees Muslim women he believes are dressed inappropriately, he approaches them and suggests they should wear a jilbab, a long, flowing garment. And he says he’s recruiting others to join the effort.

But local Muslim leaders are sounding the alarm. They are working to stop Rashid’s group, General Presidency of the Religious Affairs and Welfare of the Ummah, and have notified Minneapolis police, who say he’s being banned from a Cedar-Riverside property. Some say the group is preying on vulnerable young Muslims in a community that has dealt with national scrutiny around radicalization and terrorism.

“What he’s doing is wrong and doesn’t reflect the community at all,” said Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).

Minneapolis police received reports in February from concerned residents who saw Rashid in a dark green uniform that said “Muslim Defense Force” and “Religious Police” and had two flags associated with ISIS and other terrorist groups.

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You GONNA get got motherfucker….

Joseph Jakubowski

 

 

 

Nationwide Manhunt For Joseph Jakubowski, Suspected Of Plotting Terrorist Attack

BY OFFICER BLUE ON APRIL 8, 2017 93 COMMENTS
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Joseph Jakubowski

Joseph Jakubowski Wanted, Suspected Of Being About To Launch Terrorist Attack

Rock County, Wisconsin – Hundreds of law enforcement officers are involved in a nationwide manhunt for Joseph Jakubowski, who is suspected to planning to carry out a terrorist attack. Jakubowski is heavily armed, has body armor, has a history of violence, and could be anywhere in the country.

According to NY Daily News, Joseph Jakubowski posted a video on social media of him mailing a manifesto to President Trump on Tuesday. Shortly thereafter, he broke into a Janesville gun shop, Armageddon Supplies, and stole 16 high-end guns along with suppressors.

Half an hour after the gun store burglary, Jakubowski’s vehicle was found nearby, fully engulfed in flames.

In the video of Jakubowski mailing his manifesto, he tells the postal worker, “You will never forget this face, ever.”

Law enforcement obtained the manifesto and the FBI has been doing a behavioral analysis on it.

“It’s really a long laundry list of injustices that he believes the government and society and the upper class have put forward on to the rest of the citizens,” Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden said. “It’s just an overview that he feels that the government, and law enforcement in particular, are acting as terrorists and are enslaving the people and creating this environment that he finds unacceptable.”

Jakubowski also referenced dying by the hand of President Trump and said that he wanted to save everyone by taking out one politician at a time.

Police say that he has also previously made threats towards schools, prompting schools in the area to shut down while Jakubowski is still at large.

A local task force of 150 law enforcement officers are currently conducting the manhunt for Jakubowski in the Rock County area, but they don’t even know if he’s still anywhere local. Police admit they have no idea where he is and he could be anywhere in the country.

Joseph Jakubowski has a criminal history of assaulting police officers and trying to take an officer’s gun when fighting with police.

The FBI has listed a $10,000 reward for any information leading to Joseph Jakubowski’s capture. He is believed to be in possession of a ballistic helmet, body armor, a wide range of high-end firearms, and is intent on committing acts of mass violence. He can be anywhere in the country, so please share his picture everywhere so he has nowhere to hide.

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Rest in Peace Don Rickles…..:(

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Donald Jay “Don” Rickles (May 8, 1926 – April 6, 2017) was an American stand-up comedian and actor. Best known as an insult comic, he also acted in both comedic and dramatic roles on film. He received widespread exposure as a frequent guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Show with David Letterman. He won a Primetime Emmy Award for his documentary, Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project.

Contents [hide]
1 Early life
2 Career
2.1 1950s–1960s
2.2 1970s–1980s
2.3 1980s–1990s
2.4 2000s–2010s
3 Personal life
4 Filmography
4.1 Film
4.2 Television
4.3 Video games
5 Other
5.1 Theme park
5.2 Discography
5.3 Books
6 Awards and nominations
7 See also
8 References
9 Further reading
10 External links
Early life
Rickles was born Donald Jay Rickles in the New York City borough of Queens on May 8, 1926,[1] to Max Rickles (1897–1953), who emigrated in 1903 with his parents Joseph and Frances Rickles (Richters) from Kaunas, Lithuania[2] (then in the Russian Empire), and Etta (Feldman) Rickles (1901–1984), born in New York to immigrant parents from the Austrian Empire.[3][4][5] His family was Jewish and spoke Yiddish at home. Rickles grew up in the Jackson Heights area.[1]

After graduating from Newtown High School, Rickles enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served during World War II on the motor torpedo boat tender USS Cyrene (AGP-13) as a seaman first class. He was honorably discharged in 1946.[6] Two years later, intending to be a dramatic actor, he studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and then played bit parts on television. Frustrated by a lack of acting work, Rickles began performing stand-up comedy in clubs in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles. He became known as an insult comedian when he responded to his hecklers. The audience enjoyed these insults more than his prepared material, and he incorporated them into his act.[7] When he began his career in the early 1950s, he started calling ill-mannered members of the audience “hockey puck[s]”.[8] His style was similar to that of an older insult comic, Jack E. Leonard, though Rickles denied Leonard influenced his style.[9]

Career
1950s–1960s
While working in a Miami Beach nightclub known as “Murray Franklin’s” early in his career, he spotted Frank Sinatra and remarked to him, “I just saw your movie, The Pride and the Passion and I want to tell you, the cannon’s acting was great.” He added, “Make yourself at home, Frank. Hit somebody!”[1][10] Sinatra, whose pet name for Rickles was “bullet-head,” enjoyed him so much that he encouraged other celebrities to see Rickles’ act and be insulted by him. Sinatra’s support helped Rickles become a popular headline performer in Las Vegas.[10][11] During a Dean Martin Roast special, Rickles was among those who took part in a roast of Sinatra.[12]

Rickles earned the nicknames “The Merchant of Venom” and “Mr. Warmth”[7][13] for his poking fun at people of all ethnicities and walks of life. When he was introduced to an audience or on a television talk show, Spanish matador music, “La Virgen de la Macarena”, would usually be played, subtly foreshadowing someone was about to be metaphorically gored. Rickles said, “I always pictured myself facing the audience as the matador.”[9]

In 1958, Rickles made his film debut in a serious part in Run Silent, Run Deep with Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster.[13] Throughout the 1960s, he often appeared on television in sitcoms and dramatic series. Rickles guest-starred in Get Smart as Sid, an old war buddy of Max who comes to stay with him. In an episode of the 1960s drama series Run for Your Life, Rickles played a distressed comedian whose act culminates when he strangles a patron while imploring the patron to “Laugh!” Rickles took a dramatic turn in the low-budget Roger Corman film X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes as a carnival barker out to exploit the title character (played by Ray Milland).[14]

Rickles and Lorne Greene on The Don Rickles Show, 1968
Rickles appeared in the popular Beach Party film series. He recalled in his 2007 memoir that at a White House dinner, Barbara Bush teased him about his decision to appear in those films.[15] Rickles’ agent, Jack Gilardi, was married to Annette Funicello when Rickles was cast in the Beach Party films. He subsequently began appearing more frequently on television talk shows, first appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1965.[7]

He became a frequent guest and guest host, appearing more than 100 times on The Tonight Show during Carson’s era. An early Carson-Rickles Tonight highlight occurred in 1968 when, while two Japanese women treated Carson to a bath and massage by foot, Rickles walked onto the set.[16] Rickles also made frequent appearances on The Dean Martin Show and became a fixture on The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast specials.[13]

In 1968, Rickles released a live comedy album, Hello, Dummy!, which reached #54 on The Billboard 200 album chart.[17] The same year he starred in his own variety show on ABC, The Don Rickles Show, with comedy writer Pat McCormick as his sidekick. The show lasted one season. During the 1960s, Rickles made guest appearances on The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Munsters, The Addams Family, The Mothers-in-Law, Gilligan’s Island, Get Smart, The Andy Griffith Show and I Dream of Jeannie.

1970s–1980s

Rickles and Louise Sorel in The Don Rickles Show
In 1970, Rickles had a notable role as Crapgame in Kelly’s Heroes, sharing the marquee poster with co-stars Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland and Carroll O’Connor. In 1972, he starred in The Don Rickles Show, which lasted for 13 episodes.[18] He also starred in a series of television specials. In his memoir, Rickles acknowledged a scripted sitcom was not well-suited to his ad-lib style of performing.[19]

Starting in 1973, Rickles became a popular comedian appearing on The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast specials. In 1976–1978, he starred in C.P.O. Sharkey, which lasted two seasons.[19] The series is primarily remembered for the cigarette box incident when Johnny Carson did an impromptu surprise visit during an episode’s taping because he was “incensed” Rickles broke his cigarette box while he chatted with Bob Newhart (who was sitting in for Carson as the guest host of The Tonight Show) on the previous night’s show. The incident was often replayed in Tonight Show retrospectives and was considered a highlight of the 1970s era of the series.[20]

Rickles occasionally appeared as a panelist on Hollywood Squares and was depicted in comic book form by Jack Kirby during his work on the Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen series.[21][22][23]

1980s–1990s
In the early 1980s, Rickles began performing with Steve Lawrence in concerts in Las Vegas. In 1983, the duo co-hosted Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders, an imitation of TV’s Bloopers & Practical Jokes. In 1985, when Frank Sinatra was asked to perform at Ronald Reagan’s Second Inaugural Ball, he stipulated he would not perform unless Rickles was allowed to perform with him. Rickles considered this performance the highlight of his career.[24] In 1990, he appeared in the second season of Tales from the Crypt in the episode “The Ventriloquist’s Dummy”. In 1992, he was cast in Innocent Blood, directed by John Landis. In his memoir, Rickles wrote that he recalled that Landis was once a “Production Assistant” to Brian G. Hutton during the filming of Kelly’s Heroes. During the filming of Innocent Blood, Rickles would kid Landis by ordering him to get coffee or to run other errands befitting his one-time “gofer” status. In 1993, Rickles starred in another short-lived sitcom Daddy Dearest, with Richard Lewis. In 1995, he played Billy Sherbert in Casino, and voiced Mr. Potato Head in Toy Story (1995) and reprised his role in Toy Story 2 (1999).[25] Rickles starred as George Wilson in 1998’s Dennis the Menace Strikes Again. In 1998, he portrayed a film theater manager in Dirty Work and voiced Cornwall, one of the heads of a two-headed dragon, in Quest for Camelot.

2000s–2010s

Rickles without the comb over on stage at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City on January 12, 2008
In February 2007, Rickles made a cameo appearance as himself in a strange, recurring dream sequence woven through an episode titled “Sub Conscious” of the CBS dramatic series, The Unit.[26] Rickles’ memoir, titled Rickles’ Book, was released on May 8, 2007, by Simon & Schuster. Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project, a documentary about Rickles directed by John Landis, made its debut on HBO on December 2, 2007. Rickles won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program, besting a number of notable comics, including David Letterman, Jon Stewart, and Stephen Colbert. To this Rickles remarked, “Stephen Colbert’s a funny man, but he’s too young. He has got plenty of time to win awards, but this may be my last year and I think that I made it count. On second thought it was probably just a mercy award for an old man.”[27] Rickles reprised his role of Mr. Potato Head for Toy Story Midway Mania! attraction at Disney California Adventure Park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios[28] and Toy Story 3.

In 2009, Rickles appeared on Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List and met Griffin’s mother, Maggie, to fulfill one item on Maggie’s “bucket list”. In 2010, he appeared in a commercial during Super Bowl XLIV as a talking rose and appeared on the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards on CBS TV on June 27, 2010. In 2011, Rickles reunited with his Casino co-star Joe Pesci in a Snickers advertisement highlighting the actors known for their “short fuses.”[29] Rickles also played the late husband of Elka (Betty White) on the TV Land original comedy Hot in Cleveland— a “surprise” because his character was thought to be dead.[30]

On May 28, 2014, Rickles was honored by Spike TV’s “One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles”. Recorded live at New York City’s Apollo Theater, Jerry Seinfeld was the master of ceremonies for the two-hour special, with live monologues by Johnny Depp, Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Jon Stewart, David Letterman, Tracy Morgan, Brian Williams, Regis Philbin, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. Recorded segments included bits from Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, Jimmy Kimmel and Eddie Murphy.[31]

“The camaraderie and the comedy made the show a cross between a traditional roast and a dignified lifetime achievement award, spanning emotions ranging from admiration and gratitude to, well, degradation. And as the evening reached its climax, when Rickles got his say after all that had said about him and his nearly 60-year-long career, fittingly, he had the last laugh.” – TV Week[32]

Rickles was still a frequent guest on late night talk shows, including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, among other late night shows during the later months of his life. On May 11, 2015, Rickles appeared as a guest on one of the final episodes of The Late Show with David Letterman. He also made a cameo in the show Grandfathered.[33]

In a 2014 interview, Rickles dismissed thoughts of retiring, saying: “I’m in good health. I’m working better than I ever have. The audiences are great. Why should I retire? I’m like a fighter. The bell rings and you come out and fight. My energy comes alive. And I still enjoy it.”[34] Until his death in 2017, despite being impeded by multiple surgeries following a bout with necrotizing fasciitis in 2013, Rickles continued touring across the United States.[6]

Personal life
On March 14, 1965, Rickles married Philadelphia native Barbara Sklar. He admitted having a very difficult time romantically in his 20s and 30s (he married at the relatively old age of 38), finally meeting Barbara through his agent and falling for her when she failed to get his sense of humor.[35][36] They had two children, Mindy and Larry Rickles (1970–2011).[37] According to Rickles’ memoir, his grandchildren, Ethan and Harrison Mann, are much more impressed by his role as Mr. Potato Head than by any of his other achievements.

Although a lifelong Democrat, he performed at the inaugurations of Republican presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush with his friend Frank Sinatra.[38]

Rickles considered comedian Bob Newhart to be his best friend, and their wives were also close friends.[39] Rickles and Newhart appeared together on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on January 24, 2005, the Monday following Johnny Carson’s death, reminiscing about their many guest appearances on Carson’s show, which included footage of the “cigarette box incident”. The two also appeared together on the television sitcom Newhart, and for previous episodes of The Tonight Show, where Newhart or Rickles were guest-hosts. Rickles, Newhart, and their wives often vacationed together.[39]

Rickles died on April 6, 2017, of kidney failure, in his home in Los Angeles.[40]

Filmography
Film
Year Title Role Notes
1958 Run Silent, Run Deep Quartermaster 1st Class Ruby
1959 The Rabbit Trap Mike O’Halloran
1960 The Rat Race Nellie
1963 X: The Man with the X-ray Eyes Crane
1964 Muscle Beach Party Jack Fanny
1964 Bikini Beach Big Drag
1964 Pajama Party Big Bang The Martian
1965 Beach Blanket Bingo Big Drop
1967 Enter Laughing Harry Hamburger
1967 The Money Jungle Harry Darkwater
1969 Where It’s At Willie
1970 Kelly’s Heroes Staff Sergeant “Crapgame”
1971 The Love Machine Announcer Uncredited
1990 Keaton’s Cop Jake
1992 Innocent Blood Emmanuel “Manny” Bergman
1995 Casino Billy Sherbert
1995 Toy Story Mr. Potato Head (voice)
1997 Redux Riding Hood The Boss (voice) Short film
1998 Quest for Camelot Cornwall (voice)
1998 Dirty Work Mr. Hamilton
1998 Dennis the Menace Strikes Again George Wilson
1999 Toy Story 2 Mr. Potato Head (voice)
2010 Toy Story 3
2011 Hawaiian Vacation Short film
2011 Zookeeper Jim the Bullfrog (voice)
2011 Small Fry Mr. Potato Head (voice) Short film
2012 Partysaurus Rex
2019 Toy Story 4 Posthumous
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1955 Stage 7 Announcer Episode: “A Note of Fear”
1956 Chevron Hall of Stars Announcer 2 episodes
1955–1956 Cavalcade of America Commentator 2 episodes
1956 Four Star Playhouse Announcer Uncredited
Episode: “The Listener”
1957 M Squad N/A Scenes deleted
Episode: “Pete Loves Mary”
1959 The Thin Man Eddie Episode: “The Cat Kicker”
1959–1960 The DuPont Show with June Allyson Reporter / Newscaster / Announcer 3 episodes
1961 The Twilight Zone Bettor Episode: “Mr. Dingle, the Strong”
1961 Wagon Train Joe Carder Episode: “Wagon to Fort Anderson”
1961 Hennesey Chief Petty Officer Ernie Schmidt Episode: “Professional Sailor”
1962 The Dick Powell Show Newscaster Episode: “Seeds of April”
1962 Cain’s Hundred Dave Molloy Episode: Blood Money
1964 The Addams Family Claude Episode: “Halloween With the Addams Family”
1964 The Dick Van Dyke Show Lyle Delp 2 episodes
1963–1965 Burke’s Law Swifty Piedmont / Frank Cross / Lou Kronkeit 3 episodes
1965 The Beverly Hillbillies Fred Episode: “Jed’s Temptation”
1965 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Sergeant Jim Mason Episode: “My Buddy, the War Hero”
1965 The Munsters ‘Doc’ Happy Havemeyer Episode: “Dance with Me, Herman”
1965 The Andy Griffith Show Newton Munroe Episode: “The Luck of Newton Munroe”
1965 F Troop Bald Eagle Episode: “The Return of Bald Eagle”
1966 The Wild Wild West Asmodeus Episode: “The Night of the Druid’s Blood”
1966 The Bob Hope Show N/A October 19
1965–1966 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre Linny 2 episodes
1966 Gilligan’s Island Norbert Wiley Episode: “The Kidnapper”
1967 The Lucy Show Eddie Rickles Episode: “Lucy the Fight Manager”
1967 I Spy Frank Bodie Episode: “Night Train to Madrid”
1967 I Dream of Jeannie Kiski Episode: “My Master, the Weakling”
1966–1967 Run for Your Life Willy Hatch / Leo Mazinov 2 episodes
1968–1969 Get Smart Sid Krimm / Guard Episodes: “The Little Black Book – Parts 1&2”
Episode: “To Sire, with Love – Part 2”

1972 The Don Rickles Show Don Robinson
1974 Sanford and Son Fight Announcer (voice) Episode: “Once a Thief”
1975 Buy This Tape, You Hockey Puck Himself Standup Comedy special
1976 Medical Center N/A Episode: “The Happy State of Depression”
1976–1978 C.P.O. Sharkey “C.P.O. Otto Sharkey” 37 episodes
1982 Archie Bunker’s Place Al Snyder Episode: “Death of a Lodger”
1983 Gimme a Break! Max Episode: “Nell and the Kid”
1985 George Burns Comedy Week Mayor Episode: “Disaster at Buzz Creek”
1989 Newhart Don Prince Episode: “The Nice Man Cometh”
1990 Tales from the Crypt Mr. Ingles Episode: “The Ventriloquist’s Dummy”
1991 Hunter Harold Schwan Episode: “Ex Marks the Spot”
1993 Daddy Dearest Al Mitchell 13 episodes
1997 The Larry Sanders Show Himself Episode: “Artie and Angie and Hank and Hercules”
1997 The Single Guy Dr. Dick Sloan, Sam’s Father Episode: “Big Baby”
1998 Murphy Brown Leonard, Secretary #90 Episode: “Dial and Substance”
2002 The Bernie Mac Show Himself Episode: “The Sweet Life”
2004 The Wool Cap Ira Television film
2005 The Catch Roy Kozikowski Television film
2007 The Unit Himself
Priest Episode: “Sub-Conscious”
2011 Hot in Cleveland Bobby 2 episodes
2013 Toy Story of Terror! Mr. Potato Head (voice) Short
2014 Toy Story That Time Forgot Mr. Potato Head (voice) Television film
Video games
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Animated Storybook: Toy Story Mr. Potato Head Voice
1999 Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue Mr. Potato Head Voice
2001 Toy Story Racer Mr. Potato Head Voice
Other
Theme park
Toy Story Midway Mania! – Mr. Potato Head
Discography
Hello Dummy! (1968)
Don Rickles Speaks! (1969)
Books
Rickles’ Book: A Memoir by Don Rickles with David Ritz (Simon & Schuster, 2007), ISBN 978-0-7432-9305-1
Rickles’ Letters by Don Rickles with David Ritz (Simon & Schuster, 2008), ISBN 978-1-4165-9663-9
Awards and nominations
Year Award Work Result Ref
2000 Hollywood Walk of Fame Won [41]
2008 Primetime Emmy Award for Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project Won [42]
2009 Legend Award Won [43]
2012 The Johnny Carson Award For a lifetime of comedic excellence Won [44]
2013 Friars Club Lifetime Achievement Award Won [45]
See also

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It pains me to post these stories…RIP Brother

Texas deputy constable fatally shot after arriving for work

Texas deputy constable fatally shot after arriving for work

BAYTOWN — A highly regarded Texas law enforcement officer was shot and killed Monday moments after arriving for work. The attack that prompted a massive manhunt for the gunman.

The shooting of Harris County Precinct 3 Assistant Chief Deputy Clinton Greenwood did not appear to be random, according to Baytown police Lt. Steve Dorris, but a motive was not clear.

“Whether or not he was specifically targeted, or whether this was because of the uniform he was wearing or the place he pulled up to in the morning, we just don’t know that right now,” Dorris said.

No arrests had been made as of Monday evening. Dorris said authorities were “actively investigating” the shooting but declined to offer additional information.

Greenwood, a 30-year law enforcement veteran, was shot outside a county courthouse building in Baytown, east of Houston. He suffered a single gunshot wound and was airlifted to a Houston hospital, where he died.

The attack led to the lockdown of a nearby high school and a broad response by law enforcement as authorities closed intersections as part of their search for the suspect. Access to businesses in the area was limited as law enforcement helicopters searched by air and officers spread into nearby neighborhoods.

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A man in a dress playing pretend. PERFECTLY WORDED!

Why This Transgender “Girl” is Attacking Trump

A transgender “girl” is mad at Donald Trump. Why? Claire thinks that our “homophobic” president is to blame for men not wanting to sleep with “her.” As Spinzon notes:

She says: “In a lot of ways, I don’t like telling a guy. Once I tell him all respect goes out of the window.”

“Straight guys just can’t get over you having the male parts.

“Once I’ve had or get the surgery, I think it will change a lot for me because right now if I meet a straight guy and he doesn’t know – we can’t get physical if I don’t tell him.

“And then if he finds out, things just get so complicated, I can’t even begin to explain.”

“Also it doesn’t help that we have homophobic president”

Enough with the claims of homophobia. Trump is the first man elected to office in the United States to publicly support gay rights while running for president.

But to “Claire’s” point. First, transgender people wanted to be treated like other people. Then, they wanted to prosecute those who used the wrong pronoun to describe them. Now, men are homophobic if they choose not to be attracted to a mentally ill grown man with a penis dressed up in women’s clothes playing pretend.

It’s worth asking: how long before the trans rights movement starts slandering men who have no interest in other men in makeup?

This madness has to end, or we’re all doomed.

 

 

 

Pretty much sums up this bullshit. Well written.

 

Male= PENIS

Female= Vagina

 

All other “sexualities”  MENTAL ILLNESS

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Finally! A Judge with some balls! Good Job Your Honor!

Woman Jailed For Laughing In Court During Sentencing (Video)

Qiana Lillard

A Michigan woman suffered serious consequences after she decided to start laughing and talking during the sentencing of her family member for killing a man in a car crash while driving under the influence (video below).

Amanda Kosal was in court and about to be sentenced for a June 2016 crash that took the life of 31-year-old Jerome Zirker. Kosal had been found guilty of driving under the influence and was sentenced to three to 15 years behind bars.

During her sentencing, Judge Qiana Lillard noticed that two people related to Kosal were laughing and smiling during her sentencing. Outraged, Lillard initially told one of them to leave.

“It’s time for him to go. And I don’t know who he is, but whoever can sit here at a tragic moment like this and laugh and smile when somebody has lost a family member … in the entire time that Mr. Zirker’s sister was speaking that clown, and that’s what I am going to call him, a clown, was sitting there smiling and laughing,” she said.

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Lillard wasn’t done yet, though. She immediately called out the other disrespectful person and told her to leave.

“And you can go, too. Because if you don’t know how to act, you can go to jail. So leave. Anybody that can sit there and laugh and smirk — take her, she’s going in the back — anybody else wanna go? You can go, too. This is a court of law,” she said, WDIV reported.

“And these are very serious matters. I understand that you all are very upset because your loved one is going to prison but guess what, she’s going to prison for the choices that she made. These people are here grieving, saddened because a senseless act took away their loved one and you’re sitting here acting like it’s a joke?”

The woman smirked as she stormed out of the courtroom, prompting Lillard to sentence her to 93 days in prison.

“Your disruptive and disrespectful behavior disrupted today’s proceedings and you, ma’am, are going to the Wayne County Jail for 93 days,” she said.

Many readers praised the judge for her actions, applauding the decision to put the disruptive woman in jail.

“I admire this Lady, yes the Judge. We need a lot more of folks like her! WOW!! AWSOME!!! Starting with parents, maybe? Just sayin,” one Mad World News reader commented on the site’s Facebook page.

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The only Good Muslim is…….

A DEAD ONE.

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