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STRZOK REPRESENTS A BIASED FBI

The Alex Jones Channel 
Published on Jul 13, 2018

Owen Shroyer presents and analyzes video footage from Peter Strzok’s testimony on the House floor where democrats defended his character, actions, and the demonic looks on his face.

 

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And now the Democratic view of the same testimony on the Trump-Russia probe. You can’t make this stuff up!

Democratic Underground

Peter Strzok DESTROYED the Party of Alex Jones Today

Peter Strzok DESTROYED the Party of Alex Jones Today. He was eloquent, respectful, and unshakeable. Democratic members of the committee were stellar, from demonstrating the GOP’s own bias against Trump to reminding us that criminal findings of the Mueller investigation have nothing to do with Strzok’s political bias.

I just regret the chutzpah we saw by Democratic committee members will not be distilled down into productive Democratic messaging because, well, that’s just not what we do. We’ll get some statesmanlike sober comments from Adam Schiff who is good at repeating the news of the day, but seems to have zero interest in creating and controlling a message to susceptible voters (suburban white women). Those susceptible voters have preconceived notions of the AJP (Alex Jones Party), but to exploit those notions, we need to be PR people and not just prosecutors. How hard is it to call the GOP the Party of Alex Jones? Even if they don’t know who Alex Jones is, there is an implication of inferiority that will put your Raul Labradors and Mitch McConnells on defense.

This is not a disavowal of ground game or remaining true to progressive values, not by any means. This is about taking away the one appeal the MAGAs have to swing voters. Swingers respect power and control. They are not politically sophisticated, but they can tell who has the rhetorical upper hand. Trump repeats that he is a victim of a political witch hunt and as a direct result, more people are of the opinion that Mueller has a political bias against Trump. We will always lose when we don’t show up to play. So…

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#WALKAWAY CAMPAIGN

Published on May 26, 2018

Today I’m kicking off the #WalkAway campaign by releasing my video about why I am walking away from liberalism and the Democratic Party. It is my sincere hope that you will join me in this campaign and that we may start a movement in this country- which not only encourages others to walk away from the divisive left, but also takes back the narrative from the liberal media about what it means to be a conservative in America. It is up to all of us to make our voices heard and reclaim the truth.

The Democratic Party has taken for granted that it owns racial, sexual, and religious minorities in America. It has encouraged groupthink, hypocrisy, division, stereotyping, resentment, and the acceptance of victimhood mentality. And all the while, they have discouraged minorities from having independent thought, open dialogue, measured and informed opinion, and a motivation to succeed.

Please like and share my video, and please post your own #WalkAway video!! If you are a former liberal who has walked away from the left, please share your story, or your message, or your thoughts in a video on the Walk Away Campaign Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WalkAway-Cam…

Be sure to use the hashtag #WalkAway.

If you are a lifelong conservative or non-Democrat, please share your story, message, or thoughts on what it truly means to be a conservative. Right now, the liberal media continues to perpetuate a false narrative about the “hateful” and “bigoted” right. Use your voice to let people know who conservatives really are. Be sure to use the hashtag #WalkAway.

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TAINTED TINA

SmithTina Smith is the highest ranking former Planned Parenthood executive in U.S. politics. Senator Smith was Planned Parenthood’s Executive Vice President of External Affairs in Minnesota before serving as Chief of Staff to then-Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak. She went on to be Chief of Staff for Governor Mark Dayton and was elected Lieutenant Governor in 2014. Smith was appointed to the U.S. Senate in 2017, filling a vacancy created when Al Franken resigned. Six Things You Should Know About U.S. Senator Tina Smith

Seriously Tina?  Michael Brodkorb Sued for Fake News

Below are the progressives that have endorsed Tainted Tina’s run for Senate. In the words of Dinesh D’Souza, “Progress for progressives simply means an increase in government power.”

“Tina is a progressive champion who will be an extraordinary senator for the people of Minnesota. From expanding broadband access in rural areas to investing in early childhood education, Tina has always put working people ahead of special interests, and that’s what she’ll do in the Senate.”

U.S. Rep. Keith EllisonU.S. REP. KEITH ELLISON

“I am constantly impressed by Tina Smith’s commitment to Minnesota kids and families. I am proud to call her a mentor and a friend.”

Saint Paul Mayor Melvin CarterSAINT PAUL MAYOR MELVIN CARTER

“Throughout my time in the legislature, I’ve known Tina Smith to be accessible and motivated to learn the issues facing Minnesotans of every age, race, religion, gender, and ethnicity. Tina Smith is a strong advocate for women, for immigrant and refugee families who are feeling extremely threatened in the current political climate, and she believes that every person deserves to see the economic benefits of a strong economy that works for everyone.”

Minnesota Rep. Ilhan OmarMINNESOTA REP. ILHAN OMAR

State Rep. Jamie Becker Finn
State Rep. Connie Bernardy
Vice President Joe Biden  The Adventures of Creepy Joe Biden: Serial Young Girl-Toucher

Scarlett Willa Wyden, the daughter of Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., looks at Vice President Joe Biden as he greets her during a mock swearing in ceremony in the Old Senate Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, as the 115th Congress begins. (

Rochester Mayor Ardell Brede
State Sen. Lyndon Carlson
St Paul Mayor Melvin Carter
State Sen. Bobby Joe Champion
State Sen. Greg Clausen
State Sen. Dick Cohen
U.S. Rep. (Candidate) Angie Craig
State Sen. Jim Davnie
Governor Mark Dayton
State Sen. Scott Dibble
State Rep. Rob Ecklund
State Sen. Kent Eken
U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey
State Rep. Mike Frieberg
State Rep. Laurie Halverson
Ron Harris, Democratic National Committee
State Sen. Foung Hawj
State Sen. Jeff Hayden
State Rep. Debra Hilstrom
State Rep. Frank Hornstein
State Rep. Melissa Hortman
Jaylani Hussein, CAIR Minnesota

C.A.I.R. is HAMAS: How the Federal Government Proved that the Council on American Islamic Relations is a Front for Terrorism

 

 

State Sen. Jason Isaacson
Nick Khaliq, Saint Paul NAACP
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar
State Rep. Erin Koegel
State Rep. Mary Kunesh Podein
Duluth Mayor Emily Larson
State Rep. Ben Lien
State Sen. Tony Lourey
State Rep. Tim Mahoney
State Rep. Carlos Mariani
State Rep. Erin Maye Quade
U.S. Rep Betty McCollum
Ramsey County Commissioner Mary Jo McGuire
Vice President Walter Mondale
State Rep. Rena Moran
Ann Mulholland, Saint Paul Foundation
Former Duluth Mayor Don Ness
State Sen. Jerry Newton
U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan
State Rep. Liz Olson
State Rep. Ilhan Omar
State Sen. Sandy Pappas
Former State Rep. John Persell
U.S. Rep. (Candidate) Dean Phillips
State Rep. Dave Pinto
State Rep. Jeanne Poppe
State Sen. Ann Rest
Former Secretary of State Mark Ritchie
State Rep. Paul Rosenthal
Former Minneapolis Mayor RT Rybak
State Rep. Jennifer Schultz
Tony Sertich, The Northland Foundation
State Sen. David Tomassoni
DFL State Executive Committee Tim Velde
MN DFL African American Caucus Hollies Winston
State Rep. Cheryl Youakim


Read articles about Tainted Tina written by the National Republican Senatorial Committee

The NRSC (National Republican Senatorial Committee) is the only national organization solely devoted to strengthening the Republican Senate Majority and electing Republicans to the United States Senate.

 

VOTE EARLY IN THE PRIMARIES

From AJ Kern

Dear Friends,

I’m asking for your vote!!  You may also vote early!  I did!!

Anyone with an ‘R’ behind their name in the conservative Sixth Congressional District will win in the General Election in November. 

It’s the Primary election that is key to WHO represents you… the Deputy Chair of a D.C. private organization who partners with Democrats Ellison & Klobuchar to funnel tax dollars out of the state… or a Grassroots Conservative.

Please visit my blog: AJ KERN FOR CONGRESS

 

VOTE EARLY IN PERSON


You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local elections office. If you are not registered, you can do so in person if you show proof of residence.

Locations

All voters have at least one location where they can vote early in person with an absentee ballot. Depending on where you live, there may be additional locations.

  1. You can vote in person at your county election office.
  2. In addition to your county election office, some cities and towns offer in-person absentee voting. Check with your city clerk’s office for more information.

Hours

For most elections, absentee voting locations must be open during their normal business hours starting 46 days before the election. In addition, locations offering absentee ballots for federal, state or county elections must be open:

  • The last Saturday before Election Day (10 a.m. — 3 p.m.)
  • The day before Election Day until 5 p.m.
  • This does not apply to school districts holding standalone elections.

Some local jurisdictions may provide additional absentee voting days or hours beyond the above required days and times. Call your jurisdiction for more information.

2018 Early Voting Dates

PRIMARY ELECTION

First day to vote early in person: Friday, June 29

Last day to vote early in person: Monday, August 13

GENERAL ELECTION

First day to vote early in person: Friday, September 21

Last day to vote early in person: Monday, November 5

Have an agent pick up your ballot (agent delivery)

In special situations, you may ask an agent to pick up and return an absentee ballot for you. This is called ‘agent delivery.’  

VOTE EARLY BY MAIL


To vote by mail, apply to have an absentee ballot mailed to you. You do not need to be registered to apply.

Read before you apply

For your ballot to count, remember this important information:

  1. Read the instructions that come with your ballot carefully.
  2. You will need a witness when you vote and complete your ballot. The witness can be either a registered Minnesota voter or a notary.
  3. Mail the ballot and forms back right away after you finish. Your ballot will not count if it is received after Election Day.

Apply online

Go to online application

Application deadline

You can apply for a ballot any time during the year, except the day of the election. Leave time for election officials to mail your ballot and for you to return it on or before Election Day.

Ballots will be sent starting June 29 for the 2018 Primary Election, and September 21 for the 2018 General Election.

Deadline to return your ballot

Your ballot will not count if it is received after Election Day. Return your ballot by mail or package delivery service (such as FedEx or UPS). You can also return your ballot in person no later than 3 p.m. on Election Day to the election office that sent your ballot. You can drop off ballots for up to three other voters.

Twin Cities Courtrooms Added to Judicial Hellhole List

Below is an article by the American Tort Reform Foundation that publishes reports on various abuses within the civil justice system with a focus on judges and the courts. I would add Dakota County into the distinction of being on the list not only in the civil litigation arena, but the criminal court as well.

In our high profile parental deprivation criminal cases, we filed criminal complaints against Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom and Assistant Dakota County Attorneys Phil Prokopowicz  and Kathryn Keena for misuse of public resources (609.52 Theft), criminal misconduct (609.43 (1)(2)) and willful refusal to comply with the Minnesota Data Practices Act (13.09) in regard to the illegal withholding of evidence in our cases.This was also in our appeals which were affirmed by the appellate court.

Image result for Kathryn KeenaThe missing evidence includes Preliminary audio recorded statements from key witnesses, Stearns County Evidence, Private criminal investigative data and the Blue ray disc containing MN Bureau of Criminal Apprehension reports.

We have audio recorded phone calls made to and with the Dakota County Commissioners in regard to the obstruction of justice that proves the Dakota County Commissioners are definitely members of the “good ol’ boy’s” club. County Commissioner Nancy Schouweiler admitted that she’d been advised to lawyer up and not investigate this misconduct. In fact, she actually hung up on me when I attempted to give her information on the obstruction of justice by the Dakota County Attorneys Office. 

On July 10th, 2018, a request was once again made with the Dakota County Commissioners Board to immediately launch an administrative investigation into the Dakota County Attorneys’ criminal misconduct. I’m going to assume we’ll be hearing crickets.

Read the ATRF Twin Cities addition to the Judicial Hellhole list below:

ATRF annually surveys ATRA members and others with firsthand experience in Judicial Hellholes jurisdictions as part of its research process. Because the program has become widely known, ATRF also continually receives and gathers information provided by a variety of additional sources. After interviewing such sources, Judicial Hellholes reporters work to confirm the information with independent research of publicly available court documents, judicial branch statistics, press accounts, and various studies. As the Judicial Hellholes program goes online, it also invites visitors to provide additional firsthand leads and inside information.

(The Judicial Hellholes program considers only civil litigation; it does not reflect in any way on the criminal justice system.)
JULY 9TH, 2018

ATRA Announces Mid-Year Addition of Twin Cities to Judicial Hellholes List

Troubling trends in Twin Cities courtrooms, unprincipled actions by Minnesota’s attorney general and multiple vetoes of common sense reforms by Governor Mark Dayton (DFL) have earned the Twin Cities of Minnesota the unenviable distinction of being named a rising jurisdiction on the Judicial Hellholes Watch List.  There is a pervasive liability-expanding view that is spreading throughout the state.

While it is only July, the first half of 2018 has been especially concerning in the “Gopher State,” and it is our hope that the Twin Cities and the state’s leaders will quickly correct their path to avoid becoming a full-blown Judicial Hellhole in December.

Minnesota voters sent a strong message in 2016 when they elected a reform-minded, pro-business majority in the state legislature for only the second time since the early 1970’s.  During the 2017 session, legislators passed several commonsense initiatives long stalled in the state.  Regrettably, however, Governor Mark Dayton’s (DFL) ‘Veto Triple Play’ preserved the status quo in favor of the personal injury bar – a generous supporter of his campaigns.  The measures that Governor Dayton vetoed enjoy widespread support across the country.  The “trespass” bill that the Governor vetoed, which merely codified existing law to guard against judicial adoption of an extreme proposal of the American Law Institute is extraordinary since he is the only governor ever to veto such a measure.  By contrast, 24 other governors of both parties have signed such legislation since 2011. The other bills he vetoed would have lowered the prejudgment interest rate and allowed defendants in auto-accident cases to introduce evidence as to whether plaintiffs were wearing their seatbelts.

Minnesota Attorney General’s Outrageous Handling of Groundwater Contamination Case against 3M

One would hope that, since Governor Dayton will not seek re-election in 2018, prospects for successful enactment of reform legislation will improve.  That remains to be seen, but if one of the leading candidates, Minnesota Attorney General, Lori Swanson (DFL), follows Dayton into the Governor’s mansion, that may not be the case, based on recent actions she has taken in her current position.

Recently, Attorney General Swanson has come under fire for paying $125 million in attorneys’ fees to an out-of-state law firm after hiring it to manage a suit against 3M for ground water contamination caused by its disposal of perflourochemicals (“PFCs”). After seven years of litigation, 3M and the state agreed to a settlement in the form of an $850 million grant. Of that settlement, the state paid $125 million in contingency fees to the private attorneys, or roughly $47,000 per day for seven years.

Members of the Minnesota House Ways and Means Committee held a hearing on the settlement in mid-May over concerns about the fees paid and the fact that none of the fees would be injected back into the Minnesota state economy because it was paid to an out-of-state law firm. Following the hearing, efforts were undertaken in the House to prevent these types of contingency fee payments in the future. The House passed a budget bill that included a provision prohibiting the attorney general’s office from contracting with outside private attorneys on a contingency fee basis, except in limited cases; however, it was excluded from the final version of the bill.

The state agency responsible for the safety and welfare of residents also raised a central problem with the attorney general’s case.  The Minnesota Department of Health concluded in reports as early as 2007 that there was no increase in the number of health problems seen in the affected areas. The Department of Health released a statement saying, “After hundreds of hours of review and analysis by highly trained and experienced statisticians and epidemiologists … [the department] has concluded that there are no unusual occurrences of adverse birth outcomes or cancer occurrences that could plausibly be related to PFC exposure in the East Metro area.”

Despite the conclusion of her own state’s Health Department that there were no health issues attributable to 3M’s actions, Attorney General Swanson chose to move forward with the lawsuit.

Had the case gone to trial instead of settling, the Attorney General was prepared to rely on the testimony of Dr. David Sunding, a professor at UC Berkeley. Alan Bender, a health department official and associate professor at the University of Minnesota, claimed the data used by the state’s department was “far superior” to that used by Sunding. According to Bender, Sunding’s claim that PFC pollution caused increased rates of childhood cancer deaths was the “most off-the-wall of his many mischaracterizations.”

Moreover, despite the fact that the case is sealed, Attorney General Swanson has made public many of the arguments and documents her office obtained in discovery that support her side. She failed to publish several key factors in the case, including the fact that the disposal was permitted under Minnesota law, the chemicals are dispersing as time passes, and that the Minnesota Department of Health had a differing view of the health impact.  She also failed to publicize that the state began a clean-up program with financial support by 3M, but it was not done properly.

Hennepin County Trial Court Judge Hands Down Unwarranted Sanctions

This liability-expanding mindset has trickled down to the trial court level, where a recent series of judicial decisions in a case involving BNSF Railway clearly demonstrates why defendants believe they face an unfair and uphill battle in Twin Cities’ courtrooms.

Judge Amy Dawson, a judge in the Hennepin County District Court, the largest trial court in Minnesota and the court for Minneapolis, showed extreme disregard for the rule of law and failed a basic test of fairness in her handling of this case, which helped solidify the Twin Cities’ position on the Watch List.

Here, the plaintiff claimed to have sustained permanent injuries as the result of an alleged exposure to “hazardous chemicals” while working next to a specific railcar in BNSF’s yard in January of 2014. BNSF conducted an immediate and thorough investigation with the local fire department, company hazmat responders and two emergency-response contractors, and found no odors, signs of leakage, or abnormalities in the railcar identified by Plaintiff.

It was not until three years later, after litigation had commenced, that the plaintiff for the first time declared that his injuries were the result of exposure to “hydrocarbons” leaking from one of eleven different railcars, not owned or leased by BNSF, located on a different track in the yard. The court ordered BNSF to produce the eleven cars during the discovery stage; however, they were unable to do so because three years had passed and they did not own or lease the cars in question.

Following BNSF’s inability to produce the cars, the plaintiff filed a motion for sanctions.  The motion was not limited to the missing cars but also included broad claims of spoliation of evidence and other alleged discovery and evidentiary abuses, without supporting evidence.

In the motion, the plaintiff failed to provide evidence that the product being transported in the specified cars on the day of the alleged injury was “hydrocarbons”, also known as “natural gas condensate.”  He argued, however, that he “unearthed” documentation that BNSF reported to the federal government on six different occasions the unintentional release of “natural gas condensate” around the same time period of his alleged exposure. Plaintiff argued that this proved BNSF had additional documents concerning the exposure that it failed to produce and that the material in the cars must have been “natural gas condensate.”

BNSF repeatedly disputed the accuracy of this information and offered to provide testimony in support of its position, but the Court refused to allow in the evidence, and instead, wholly accepted and adopted Plaintiff’s claims.

Data in the documents relied on by Plaintiff were later corrected by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration because a technical glitch in the reporting system inaccurately reported “natural gas condensate” as the technical/trade name for BNSF’s submission of the materials involved in the incidents. Despite this fact, the judge relied on the inaccurate data and denied BNSF’s attempt to introduce refuting evidence.

Plaintiff also claimed that BNSF engaged in spoliation of evidence by not providing the 11 cars for discovery.  BNSF argued that, because they were not aware of the involvement of the specific cars in the accident until nearly three and a half years later and they had no control over their whereabouts, this claim is baseless.  Judge Dawson, not surprisingly, nevertheless agreed with the plaintiff.

Not only did Judge Amy Dawson impose sanctions, she took the additional step of striking all of BNSF’s liability and causation defenses in the underlying case, allowing it to proceed to trial solely on the issue of damages, and ordered BNSF to pay the plaintiff’s costs and attorney’s fees. Essentially, BNSF was forced to go to trial with both hands tied behind its back.  The judge unfairly stripped BNSF of its right to have a jury decide the question of liability, and it simply became a question of how much money the plaintiff should be awarded.

Following the order for sanctions and the judge’s decision to strike all liability and causation defenses, BNSF also was denied the opportunity to present essential testimony on damages, including evidence that the plaintiff’s condition was actually the result of an underlying pre-existing condition and natural causes, and not related to the alleged exposure to any chemicals.

In a result that should surprise no one, the jury returned a $15 million verdict in favor of Plaintiff.  In April 2018, Judge Dawson, again without a hearing or any responses by Plaintiff to BNSF’s post-trial motions, denied BNSF’s post-trial motions and entered final judgment against the company.  The case is now on appeal.

Adoption of Daubert Standard and Appointment of New Supreme Court Justice

The Minnesota Supreme Court is poised to rule on whether or not to adopt the Daubert standard for admitting expert evidence testimony sometime this summer.  This decision will serve as a true litmus test for the court.   Adoption of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 702 ensures that junk science is kept out of the court rooms, and that all expert evidence is based on reliable principles and methods.  It instructs the trial judge to serve as a gatekeeper who must ensure that testimony is the product of reliable scientific method.

Adoption of the Daubert standard would bring Minnesota in line with more than two-thirds of the states. It would bring about greater consistency among courts and discourage forum shopping, which is of great concern as Minnesota has increasingly become an outlier in its approach to evaluating the admissibility of expert testimony.

While there is hope that the court will do the right thing and adopt the new evidentiary standard, especially after the Advisory Committee recommended similar amendments, there is concern after the appointment of a new Supreme Court justice.  In April, Governor Dayton appointed longtime Democratic state Representative Paul Thissen (DFL) to replace Justice Stras, who was recently appointed to the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Thissen is the fifth justice appointed to the Supreme Court by Governor Dayton, and the latest in a long line of partisan selections.  The other two members of the seven-judge panel were appointed by former Governor Tim Pawlenty (R). Thissen also is the first lawmaker to make the immediate jump to the Minnesota Supreme Court. While he does not have a judicial track record, he was known to support progressive liability-expanding initiatives during his time in the House.

We will be watching closely as Justice Thissen and his colleagues address this issue. Will they follow the mainstream of state procedures for expert evidence, or will they preserve the status quo, which serves the interest of the personal injury bar?

Victims of Federal Overreach Pardoned by Trump

TRUMP ISSUES FULL PARDONS TO OREGON RANCHERS CONTROVERSIALLY CHARGED UNDER ANTI-TERROR LAW

Trump has so far issued five pardons

IMAGE CREDITS: BUNDYRANCH.BLOGSPOT.COM.

President Trump pardoned the two ranchers whose re-incarceration sparked the 2016 armed takeover of an Oregon national wildlife refuge.

Dwight and Steven Hammond’s pardon was overdue and unjust according to the White House’s press secretary, Sara Sanders.

“The Hammonds are devoted family men, respected contributors to their local community, and have widespread support from their neighbors, local law enforcement, and farmers and ranchers across the West,” said Sanders. “Justice is overdue for Dwight and Steven Hammond, both of whom are entirely deserving of these Grants of Executive Clemency.”

The two Hammond brothers were convicted of arson on federal land in 2012 after conducting a controlled burn and served less time than demanded by a 1996 anti-terrorism law.

Later, in 2015, a judge resentenced the Hammond brothers to serve the mandatory minimum sentence of five years which sparked an armed protest in Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge from Jan 2. to Feb. 11, 2016.

The protest was organized by Ammon Bundy and a dozen others who said the Hammond brothers were victims of federal overreach.

A White House official statement did not refer to the fire as arson, but rather a fire that leaked to a small portion of neighboring land.

“The Hammonds are multi-generation cattle ranchers in Oregon imprisoned in connection with a fire that leaked onto a small portion of neighboring public grazing land,” said White House. “The evidence at trial regarding the Hammonds’ responsibility for the fire was conflicting, and the jury acquitted them on most of the charges.”

Furthermore, an official from an agriculture advocacy group celebrated the pardon and blasted the decision to force the brothers to return to prison.

“I’ve had great attorneys tell me this is the most malicious prosecution they’ve ever seen,” said the official. “The travesty is what they were tried under. Not whether they started a fire.”

The president has five pardons under his administration that include documentary filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza and former Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio.

Cover Up of Decapitated Baby by German Government

Video from Germany: Muslim migrant beheads 1-year-old girl, Merkel bans media reporting

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We reported on this incident back in April, translating a German report, since the English-language media didn’t find this incident newsworthy. But at that time, the fact of the beheading was not being reported, and now the German authorities have apparently banned all reporting on the incident. Anything to keep as many Germans as possible ignorant and complacent regarding just how devastating the Muslim migrant influx into Germany really is.

“Migrant Beheads 1-Year-Old Girl In Germany; Merkel Bans Media Reporting,” by Baxter Dmitry, Your Newswire, July 6, 2018:

“German media has been banned from reporting on a Muslim migrant who allegedly beheaded his one-year-old baby daughter in Hamburg.

Angela Merkel’s pro-migrant government has banned German media from reporting on a barbaric crime involving a Muslim migrant who allegedly beheaded his one-year-old baby daughter on a train station platform in Hamburg.

According to eyewitnesses, the 33-year-old suspect, Mourtala Madou, beheaded his one-year-old daughter in front of a horrified crowd of commuters at Jungfernstieg station on Thursday April 12, and then stabbed his German girlfriend, the mother of the child.

The suspect allegedly stabbed the infant from behind, while she was sitting in her stroller, and then severed her neck. He then allegedly stabbed his girlfriend in the chest before fleeing the scene, dumping the murder weapon in a train station trash can. He was later arrested

The woman, a mother of four other children, later died at hospital of her injuries.

Video footage has been uploaded to the internet showing the aftermath of the brutal and senseless double murder that was described as “very targeted” by police spokesman Timo Zill and an “honor killing” by witnesses. The victims bodies can be seen in the video but not their faces. Eyewitnesses can be heard saying that the suspect cut the babies head off.

The Ghanaian Christian gospel singer who captured the footage on his cell phone can be heard saying, “Oh my God. It’s unbelievable. Oh my God. It is unbelievable. Oh Jesus, oh Jesus. oh Jesus. They cut off the head of the baby. Tthey [sic] cut off the baby’s head. Oh my God. Oh Jesus. “

WARNING: Video contains graphic content.

 German media has been allowed by the government to report on the murder of the mother, but Angela Merkel’s pro-migrant government banned German media outlets from reporting on the decapitated baby.

Germany’s largest newspaper, Bild, report on the death of the mother of four, without mentioning the details regarding the barbaric murder of her child.

Merkel’s government have been under intense pressure in recent months regarding the open borders policy that is responsible for millions of Muslim migrants settling in Germany during the last three years. Many Germans believe the government issued a blanket ban on reporting this story because they believe it will turn the public mood against the government and represent the final nail in Merkel’s political coffin.

German authorities have also been ordered to clamp down on independent bloggers caught sharing the damning footage….


RELATED

Published on Jul 9, 2018

Angela Merkel’s pro migrant German government bans reporting on the near total decapitation of a 1-year old infant in Hamburg, Germany during April. Niger migrant Mourtala Madou murdered his own child and the child’s German mother on a train station platform in Hamburg in an apparent “honor killing.”

GERMANY: MIGRANT DECAPITATES BABY, GOVERNMENT TRIES TO COVER IT UP  Authorities raid home of man who posted video