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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…



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.”


“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.


No Guts for Governorship

Ex-Swanson aide didn’t like what she saw in AG’s office. So she offered to tell her story

By Eric Black

                                                                                     MinnPost photo by Peter Callaghan

Attorney General Lori Swanson speaking to reporters about her candidacy for Minnesota governor.

After some of the comments on some of my previous pieces about Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson’s tenure in office criticized me for criticizing Swanson, a woman who worked in the AG’s office during Swanson’s first term offered to tell me her story. Here it is.

The Rev. Linda McEwen, who worked as a Lutheran pastor during much of her career, was hired to work in the AG’s office not long after Swanson was elected to her first term.

She didn’t like what she saw. It ended badly.

McEwen, who is now mostly retired and lives in Mahtomedi, was ordained as a Lutheran minister in 1979, when female ministers were still relatively few. She considers herself a proud feminist.

In 2006, when Swanson became the first woman attorney general in Minnesota history, McEwen says, she was gladdened that another portion of the glass ceiling had been broken. At that time, McEwen said, she had recently retired from a pastoral position and decided to apply for a position with the new AG, and she was soon hired to be Swanson’s executive assistant. Her job included managing Swanson’s calendar and her professional contacts and arranging meetings, including those with legislators.

But, McEwen says, she was disappointed to discover that Swanson relied almost completely on Mike Hatch, her predecessor and political mentor, in running the office and deciding about matters that arose. Hatch, who had just been defeated in his own run for governor, had stayed on (somewhat awkwardly and controversially) in the AG’s office under circumstances that suggested that he was still exerting a lot of influence if not outright control.

“It was embarrassing,” McEwen said. Legislators and other officials who had business to discuss with the AG’s office would come in to see Swanson, and she generally wouldn’t even take the meeting. Instead, McEwan said, Swanson would buy time, try to find out indirectly what the legislators wanted, or have Hatch call them to find out, and then he would decide how to respond.

“She’s an intelligent woman,” McEwen said of Swanson, who is now a candidate for governor. “But she didn’t have the confidence to respond face-to-face to people who needed her to make a decision.”

“It was strange,” McEwan told me.

McEwen pushed back a bit, then a bit more, and when her attitude about the not-very-secret role of Hatch as the major decision-maker in the office became too obvious, she was fired, in her third year on the job.

Like a lot of others who have worked in the office during the Hatch-Swanson era, McEwen decided to go quietly for fear of retribution if she criticized them publicly.

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Successive Prosecution

As many Red Herring Alert readers know, I was falsely convicted of 6 felony counts of parental deprivation in September 2016. I was incarcerated for 4 months at the Ramsey County Correctional Facility and sentenced to 8 years of probation.

One of my unconstitutional probation conditions ordered by Judge Karen Asphaug included language that I am not to reference parties involved in this case on any social media.

On July 31st, 2017, I was served with a Temporary Restraining Order for violating my probation condition and referencing the party on Red Herring Alert. On August 28th, 2017, I received a probation violation summons for the same offense.

Temporary Restraining Order

An application for restraining order, filed with the court, provides the victim with temporary protection until a hearing can be held. A temporary restraining order, also referred to as a “TRO,” only becomes effective once an application for a permanent restraining order has been filed with the court and served on the offender. A temporary restraining order offers the victim the same level of protection and a long-term order, but it only requires the victim to provide the court with proof that they are in imminent

Temporary orders last only weeks. Judges intentionally keep cases open without a decision as a method of controlling the parties without entering a final judgment. Among other problems, this approach denies worthy petitioners the enforceability of an order recorded in a law enforcement database and denies worthy respondents the ability to appeal. Actions that would otherwise be lawful become potentially criminal.

TIMELINE OF ACTIONS (All hearings were continued at the actual court hearing vs. prior, which means that I had to drive 1 1/2 hours each way for all non-hearings.)

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Judge Asphaug

07/31/2017  Served with a Temporary Restraining Order (Signed by Judge Asphaug who presided over our criminal trials).
08/18/2017 I filed a motion to vacate the false Temporary Restraining Order
08/29/2017  Served with a Probation Violation Summons for blog posts
09/11/2017  Served with Summons and Complaint for Harassment Restraining Order violations.
09/28/2017   Contested Revocation Hearing (Rescheduled by Judge Asphaug to 11/02/2017) Judge Asphaug indicated the validity of the restraining order needed to be determined prior to the probation violation hearing. Prosecutor: Kathryn Keena, Assistant Dakota County Attorney

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Judge Kanning

09/29/2017   Hearing Motion to Vacate the Temporary Restraining Order (At this hearing, Judge Kanning rescheduled the motion hearing to 12/13.2017 to allow time for opposing counsel to prepare. Judge Kanning indicated that the validity of the temporary restraining order needs to be determined prior to the disposition of the related criminal case because a ruling on the validity of the temporary restraining order may have a direct impact on that related criminal case.) I would think so.
10/17/2017  Arraignment for Restraining Order Violation (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Mayer, Michael J.)Result: Held (Criminal Prosecutor Elliott Knetsch)
11/02/2017   Contested Revocation Hearing (Rescheduled by Judge Asphaug due to rescheduling of the motion hearing to vacate.)

12-13-2017  Motion to Vacate Hearing Judge Kanning continued the hearing per Attorney Lisa Elliott’s request to allow more time to complete collection of evidence. In the Order for Continuance, Kanning wrote, “Further hearings on Respondent’s motion shall be continued to May 16th, 2018, or until such other date following final adjudication of the pending criminal charges against Respondent arising out of the alleged violation of the Restraining Order.” (So now instead of determining the validity of the TRO prior to the criminal trial, they’re going to just have the criminal trial and the motion hearing to vacate after the trial.)

01/09/2018   Pre-trial hearing for Restraining Order violation Judge Asphaug Reset by Court to 04/30/2018 Reset by Court to 07/16/2018

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Judge Gearin

03/01/2018  Emergency Motion Hearing to remove blog posts. Unconstitutional purge conditions were met and more were added by Attorney Lisa Elliott. Conditions again were met however, Lisa Elliott filed an Affidavit of Noncompliance and Request for Arrest Warrant on 03/09/2018 which was signed by retired Judge Kathleen Gearin on 03/14/2018. I filed an Affidavit of Compliance on  03/17/2018 and was arrested on 03/18/2018. I was brought to Stearns County Jail and transported to Dakota County Jail on 03/19/2018. I was transported to Ramsey County Correctional Facility at 5:00 PM and transported back to Dakota County on 3/20/2018 for a hearing with Judge Christopher Lehmann. He stated that I would have to wait to be heard in front of Judge Gearin on 03/21/2018. I was transported back to Ramsey County after spending the day in a holding cell. On 03/22/2018 hearing took place with Judge Gearin. Judicial order included immediate release from custody, constructive contempt of court sentence stayed until March 26th, at 4:30 p.m. in order to allow continued removal of posts. If items are not removed by 4:30 p.m. on March 26th, I was required to turn myself in to the Dakota County Correctional Facility for women on March 27th, at 9:00 a.m. to serve the remaining 26 days. (Some of the images and articles were hot linked from the Red Herring Alert site to other sites and data remained on the web for a short time before they were purged from the servers. I had no control over the cached data.)

05/16/2018  Motion Hearing to Vacate TRO. Attorney Lisa Elliott indicated that my motion to vacate was not filed within the 20 day timeline and could not be reviewed. Judge Kanning indicated that he would tee up an order to appeal the Restraining Order vs. hearing it at the District Court level.

The following objections were provided to the District Court: PETITIONERS OFFER NO EVIDENCE OF HARASSMENT – There is no allegation or evidence of direct contact by Respondent. Instead, the focus of this action is a number of blog posts written by Respondent that are either about
Petitioners or at least mention Petitioner in some way.

The blog posts by themselves cannot meet this definition, and to the extent the Court believes this definition can be expanded to included blog posts, then the statute must necessarily run afoul of the First Amendment


THE ORDER IS AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL PRIOR RESTRAINT – Because there are no findings of unprotected speech making up the conduct of Respondent and because the Order prohibits a large category of protected speech, the Order is an unconstitutional prior restraint.


04/30/2018  Jury Trial  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Gearin, Kathleen R.) Reset by Court to 07/23/2018  -Only to be heard by Judge Gearin-

06/06/2018   Probation Revocation Hearing Reset by Court to 09/05/2018

09/05/2018   Contested Revocation Hearing  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Asphaug, Karen)

The contested revocation hearing in file 19HA-CR-15-4227 has been rescheduled to September 5, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at the Dakota County Judicial Center in Hastings, MN.  The hearing for this Wednesday, June 6 has been cancelled.  The matter had to be rescheduled due to a continuance in the criminal case 19AV-CR-17-16709.  Your trial in that matter is set for July 23, 2018.


Megan Loyas
Law Clerk to the Honorable Karen Asphaug

Stay tuned for updates!

Child Predator Services Taken to Task in Minnesota

Group of Minnesota parents calls for shutdown of Child Protective Services

 – A group is calling for a federal court to shut down Child Protective Services after claiming the agency takes children away from parents without due process.

“Stop Child Protective Services from Legally Kidnapping Children” filed a motion Tuesday for a permanent injunction to immediately close CPS, calling the agency’s practices unconstitutional.

Dwight Mitchell, who created the group, is on a crusade to stop what he calls “legal kidnappings.” He says his son was taken unfairly from him for 22 months. Mitchell says these stories may be hard to believe, but they are not uncommon at all.

“Our phones have not stopped ringing and our email inboxes are overflowing,” said Mitchell. “Our association had 250 members we have now grown to 1,265 in less than 30 days.”

Ten-month-old Zayvion has been away from Amanda Weber, his mother, in foster care for just over a week. The ordeal started when Weber took her son to the hospital with a cough. The doctor deemed him stable and notes show the diagnosis was, in fact, a cough. However, the recommendation was that the patient should have stayed. Weber took him home.

“After waiting, I had asked to leave because I wanted to put my kids to bed and I had my three-year-old with me and I asked if there was anything else that had to be done,” said Weber. “They said ‘No, there was no other testing or anything that needed to be done.’”

In a couple of days, police were at her door and took Zayvion to the doctor.

“She checked him out, all his vitals were stable,” she said. “They already had a foster parent in the room, in the room to remove my son before they ever proved … before they ever proved there was an emergency situation.”

Mitchell says he believes it all comes down to money.

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Outraged Parents Ask Federal Court For Injunction to Shut Down Child Protection Services in Minnesota

Read the current full complaint, Stop Child Protection Services from Legally Kidnapping et al v. Dakota County Social Services et al, filed June 5, 2018, in United States District Court – District of Minnesota, by attorney Erick Kaardal on behalf of Dwight Mitchell, his children and Stop Child Protection Services from Legally Kidnapping

Parents File Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Minnesota Because CPS Kidnapped Their Children

Minnesota Parents Sue CPSDwight D. Mitchell (center at podium) is the lead plaintiff in a federal lawsuit of parents suing the State of Minnesota for kidnapping their children via Child Protection Services. Image courtesy

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What Other Laws Would Citizens Like To See Violated?

I am not opposed to immigration and refugees; after all, my grandparents came from Germany and Norway.

All Johnson wanted was for our community to be in compliance with the Refugee Act of 1980, 8 USC 1522. It is the law — and the city probably is not in compliance.

What other laws would the citizens like to see violated?

I know, we’ll let the police enter anyone’s home any time and search just for the fun of it! Let’s have county human services publish in the Times the name and financial data of everyone who applies for services! We’ll also have the county publish in the Times the name, address and photo of every juvenile accused of anything! The council should instruct the police to stop doing age checks on liquor stores and tobacco sales. The council should instruct the police to issue Permits to Carry to all felons.

I like that — if you don’t like the law, just ignore it. After all, the City Council is leading by example!

Justice Served

President Trump announces a full pardon of Dinesh D’Souza for his targeted political prosecution. (I happen to know a thing or two about political prosecution, as I have been falsely convicted of 6 felonies because of my criticism of the corrupt family court system).

Anyhoo, Dinesh D’Souza claimed  that a case file on his 2014 prosecution for violating campaign finance laws shows he was targeted under the Obama administration for “political” reasons and that he was singled out for his criticism of the Obama administration

Fake mainstream media – CNN, BBC, New York Times, Washington Post, NBC News, The Huffington Post, The Atlantic, USA Today, NPR, CBS News, Politico, VICE News, MSNBC, Vox, etc.headlines: Trump Is Weaponizing Pardons,Trump will pardon conservative pundit Dinesh D’Souza, who was convicted of campaign finance violation, Trump to pardon Dinesh D’Souza, right-wing author who mocked Parkland survivors and defended Hitler,Trump pardons conservative.

The White House issued an official statement saying D’Souza was, “in the president’s opinion, a victim of selective prosecution” — an opinion that was roundly rejected by a federal judge when D’Souza was sentenced. The White House also noted that D’Souza “accepted responsibility for his actions” and completed community service.

The books and films below are why D’Souza was politically prosecuted


These are the pardons granted by President Obama→ PARDONS GRANTED BY PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA (2009-2017)


‘He was treated very unfairly by our government!” Trump tweeted

President Trump announced Thursday he will pardon conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, who was convicted of making an illegal campaign contribution in 2014.

“Will be giving a Full Pardon to Dinesh D’Souza today. He was treated very unfairly by our government!” the president tweeted Thursday morning.

D’Souza told Fox News he received a call from the president on Wednesday to notify him of the decision.

“I am thrilled and relieved and elated and as an immigrant in America, my American dream has been under something of a cloud, so I’m very relieved to have that cloud lifted,” D’Souza told Fox News on Thursday.

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