Monthly Archives: May 2020

CNN host Chris Cuomo’s viewership has plunged by HALF since he contracted coronavirus after segments with brother Andrew were panned as ratings stunts

Since the week of March 30, Cuomo has dropped from first in his 9pm time slot among cable news hosts to bottom of the barrel, last week averaging just 440,000 daily viewers in the age demographic prized by advertisers.

VIDEO: ‘Black Lives Matter, F*ggot!’

Portland Mob Beats, Kicks Unconscious Man

Watch: Piles of Bricks Showing Up in Downtown Dallas During Protest

“Everything was peaceful,” Chief Hall told the reporter. “Then, all of a sudden, bricks started hailing (in), hitting our squad cars, hitting our officers, … and then I nearly got hit with a brick.”

Donald Trump: The United States will Designate Antifa as a Terrorist Organization

Oh yes

SpaceX makes historic launch of NASA astronauts, leaving pandemic and riots behind


Antifa riots: Los Angeles Synagogue Vandalized With ‘Free Palestine,’ ‘F— Israel’ Graffiti

“Tell me this ugly hatred is still about #BLM or #GeorgeFloyd?!”


VIDEO: Antifa kicking cops in the head, dragging them through the street in Chicago

Sick fucks

GUT WRENCHING VIDEO: Look at what Antifa and Black Lives Matter are doing to African Americans

On the bright side, the psychos are hated by more Americans than ever before. I predict when it’s all said and done they will have managed to get themselves designated as terrorists. Finally.

Killer Mike Rips CNN as Rioters Trash Headquarters: ‘Karma Is a Mother, Stop Feeding Fear and Anger’

“Stop feeding fear and anger every day. Stop making people feel so fearful. Give them hope. I’m glad they only took outside and defaced the building and they’re not killing human beings like that policeman did.”

‘Path to citizenship’: U.K. may extend visa rights to nearly 3 million in Hong Kong

Britain is prepared to offer extended visa rights and a pathway to citizenship for almost three million Hong Kong residents in response to China’s push to impose national security legislation in the former British colony.

Speaker rejects Tory request for Senate to resume sitting, says it’s not in the public interest

Despite Conservative calls for the Red Chamber to resume modified in-person sittings next week, Speaker George Furey has extended the Senate’s adjournment to June 16.

The Senate has sat 17 times since the start of 2020 and only three times since the COVID-19 crisis began, to pass emergency government legislation.

Conservative Senate Leader Don Plett asked Furey to recall the upper house next week to give the opposition and other senators the chance to question the government’s response to the pandemic.

He suggested that the Red Chamber sit twice a week, with one day set aside to hear from cabinet ministers.

“Storms have come and gone, but the role of Parliament to ensure oversight and transparency should never be weakened or undermined, regardless of the crisis of the day or the party in power,” Plett said in a letter sent to Furey Thursday.

Unlike the case of the Commons, there hasn’t been a virtual “committee of the whole” in the Senate where senators can ask questions of cabinet ministers or Sen. Marc Gold, the government representative, about the pandemic response.

But after consultation with the other recognized Senate caucuses and groups, Furey, who was appointed Speaker by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has rejected the Tory arguments.

In a memo to senators, Furey said the “public interest does not require the Senate to meet.”

Protesters prepare to rally in Toronto against anti-black, Indigenous racism

Antifa springs to action! I guess social distancing rules are cancelled….

If the companies won’t fix their homes, take away their cash cow

Brian Lilley is too generous. The ones reported on by the Canadian Armed Forces shouldn’t even be given the chance to fix things. Hopefully families will sue their asses off.

Minneapolis & Saint Paul









Rioters torch affordable housing development in Minneapolis

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man’s neck charged with murder

Derek Chauvin, 44, was charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter

Scientists have ‘serious doubts’ over study used to discredit malaria drugs

Dozens of scientists have raised concerns over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine published in the Lancet that led to the World Health Organization suspending clinical trials of the anti-viral drugs as a potential treatment for COVID-19.

Hydroxychloroquine, normally used to treat arthritis, has become one of the most high profile drugs being tested for use against the new coronavirus.

This is partly because of comments by public figures including US President Donald Trump, who announced this month he was taking the drug as a preventative measure.

In research published in the Lancet on May 22, Mandeep Mehra of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the US looked at records from 96,000 patients in hundreds of hospitals between December and April and compared those who received treatment with a control group.

The study concluded that treatment with hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, an anti-malarial, showed no benefit and even increased the likelihood of them dying in hospital.

Both drugs can produce potentially serious side effects, particularly heart arrhythmia.

The research published in the Lancet medical journal followed numerous smaller studies that suggested hydroxychloroquine is ineffective in treating COVID-19 and may even be more dangerous than doing nothing.

Within days the WHO temporarily suspended use of the drugs in its Solidarity Trial, which has seen hundreds of hospitals across several countries enroll patients to test possible treatments for COVID-19.

“This impact has led many researchers around the world to scrutinize in detail the publication in question,” said the open letter in response to the study, which was signed by a number of prominent scientists and published Thursday.

It added that this scrutiny raised “both methodological and data integrity concerns.”

One of the main concerns was a lack of information about the countries and hospitals that contributed to the data, which was provided by Chicago-based healthcare data analytics firm Surgisphere.

The authors also list “implausible” ratios of use of the drugs in some continents and discrepancies in the data for Australia, where they said there were more deaths recorded in the hospitals covered by the study than official figures for the entire country.

“Surgisphere (the data company) have since stated this was an error of classification of one hospital from Asia. This indicates the need for further error checking throughout the database,” the letter said.

Serious doubts

Among the signatories are clinicians, epidemiologists and other researchers from around the world, from Harvard to Imperial College London.

Francois Balloux of University College London, said he believed it was his “duty” to add his name to calls for answers to questions about the study and for greater transparency.

“I have serious doubts about the benefit of CQ/HCQ treatment for #COVID19 infection, and cannot wait for the whole drama to be over,” he said on Twitter, where #LancetGate was trending among science accounts.

“Though, I believe ‘research integrity’ cannot be invoked only when a paper doesn’t support our preconceptions.”

The letter was also signed by French researcher Philippe Parola, a colleague of the Marseille-based professor Didier Raoult, whose work has been at the forefront of promoting hydroxychloroquine and has also been subject to criticisms over methodology.

The Lancet said it had received “several questions” over the study.

“We have referred these questions to the authors and they are working to address the issues that have been raised,” it said in a statement.

The coronavirus crisis has put enormous strain on the normally sedate system of scientific publication, with an avalanche of research and the process of peer review considerably accelerated.

A spokesman for the WHO said a comprehensive review of the drugs was expected to reach a conclusion in mid-June.

“Any decision on the hydroxychloroquine arm of the study must be based in a comprehensive analysis of the available evidence, particularly from concluded and ongoing randomised trials,” said spokesman Tarik Jasarevic.


Twitter spreads riot porn — but censors a President vowing to restore law and order

If you have been following the Minneapolis riots on Twitter or Facebook, you may have come across an edgy new media channel called Unicorn Riot. The company is five years old and describes itself ‘viewer-supported’, ‘independent’ and ‘alternative’. In fact, it thrives by circulating images and videos of social unrest with indisputable glee — on riot porn, in other words. Unicorn Riot’s Twitter channel has about 150,000 followers. The account specializes in fanning the flames of racial aggravation. It also helpfully informs viewers where the National Guard blockades are in case anyone might want to avoid or attack them.

In the last few days Unicorn Riot has published countless images of street-level terrorism, along with vox pop interviews of the rioters, including one delightful young man in a bandana who says:

‘We’re gonna f*** y’all up. Matter of fact, we gotta two-for-one rule, n**** — one of ours, two of yours. Innocent mother****ers dying, coz y’all bitch ass n***z don’t want none. There’s more of us than you, b****. What’s up! Exactly! We coming for all y’all n***ers! This is only the beginning mother***er. What’s up!’

Twitter doesn’t seem too concerned about that sort of talk whistling around its network while a city burns. 

Cruz calls for criminal investigation of Twitter

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), in a letter Friday to the Justice and Treasury departments, is calling for a criminal investigation of Twitter over allegations the company is violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.

Twitter allows Iranian leaders to maintain accounts on its service, and Cruz is asking Attorney General Bill Barr and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to probe whether that violates U.S. sanctions prohibiting American companies from providing goods or services to the country’s top officials.

VIDEO: Black business owner weeps after looters destroy sports bar he invested life savings into: “We worked so hard to get here”

This is so sad

Liberals’ ability to avoid Parliamentary scrutiny plays into system of ‘image politics,’ critics say

‘When they started to face criticism … the prime minister turned to the easiest tool, which is having briefings with the media outside Rideau Cottage’

China rounds up Wuhan’s citizen journalists for ‘provoking quarrels’

Questioning the Communist party’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis is risky

Tampa man facing charges for allegedly planning terrorist attack on Honeymoon Island


Muhammed Momtaz Al-Azhari

A Tampa man is in the Pinellas County jail being held without bond, accused of planning a terror attack in Tampa Bay.

The United States Department of Justice filed a criminal complaint against the man accused of trying to provide material support or resources to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS).

According to the complaint, Muhammed Momtaz Al-Azhari, 23, was an ISIS supporter who planned and attempted to carry out an attack on behalf of the organization.

Al-Azhari has a criminal history that includes prior terrorism charges in Saudi Arabia, the DOJ says.

The complaint said Al-Azhari attempted to purchase multiple guns over the course of the investigation and acquired a Glock pistol and a silencer.

Al-Azhari also allegedly expressed admiration for Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen and spoke of his desire to carry out a similar mass shooting.

Al-Azhari allegedly researched and scouted potential targets in the Tampa area, including Honeymoon Island.

Other documents suggest he conducted internet searches on Belleair Beach and Clearwater Beach as well as busy beaches in general.

FBI agents arrested Al-Azhari on Sunday after he took possession of weapons to be used in an attack.


When will feds arrest Jeffrey Epstein ‘fixer’ Ghislaine Maxwell?

Nine months after Attorney General William Barr warned that Jeffrey Epstein’s co-conspirators “should not rest easy,” the pedophile’s alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, remains at large

Garneau says still no black boxes from Iran in January shootdown of airliner

On March 11, Garneau was at the Montreal meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organization when Iran’s representative promised his government would surrender the flight recorders to Ukraine authorities by March 25.

‘This Is Mostly A Protest’: MSLSD’s Ali Velshi Says Riots Aren’t Unruly As Building Burns Behind Him

MSNBC journalist Ali Velshi claimed the Minneapolis riots were “not, generally speaking, unruly” Thursday as the building behind him was engulfed in flames.

Twitter censors Trump for glorifying violence, lets Iran threaten Israel

Twitter on Thursday flagged a tweet by US President Donald Trump for “glorifying violence,” disabling re-tweets and comments. In the Tweet Trump had written that “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” Yet Tweets by Iranian leader Ayatollah Khamenei calling for arming Palestinians, destroying Israel and “Jihad” remained without similar Twitter flags. The company provided no explanation for what defines “glorifying violence” and does not provide a way to report tweets specifically for this issue.

The tweet that Twitter flagged included references to “thugs” and the clashes in Minneapolis after a police officer was caught on video putting his knee on the neck of an African-American man. The man died and days of protests and increasing clashes, including burning of buildings, has resulted. Twitter flagged the tweet and provided a link to “learn more” which explained that due to “public interest” it had allowed the tweet to remain on twitter. This added to lack of clarity over how Twitter makes decisions to flag certain tweets and why it has not singled out tweets by authoritarian regimes, such as Iran, which often glorify violence.

In recent weeks as Iran’s regime sought to commemorate Quds Day it has called Israel a “virus” and “cancerous” and called for Palestinians to “liberate” the country. It has said they should be armed and that Iran supports Palestinian “fighters.” Khamenei tweeted on May 22 that “one cannot communicate with a savage enemy except by force.” A subsequent tweet urged “Jihad” against Israel, “everyone must help the Palestinian fighters.” He writes that “the struggle to free Palestine is Jihad in the way of God, Victory in a struggle has been guaranteed because a person, even if killed, will receive ‘one of the two excellent things.’” This is a reference to religious rewards for being killed fighting. He also wrote that the “Zionist regime is a deadly cancerous growth” and that it must be “uprooted and destroyed.”

Calling for a country to be uprooted, destroyed and calling it “cancerous” and urging armed fighters to be killed fighting it were not labelled as “glorifying violence” by Twitter. Instead, Khamenei’s incitement can be retweeted at will. This leads to questions about what standard Twitter uses and how it makes decisions. None of these details are provided transparently by the company. There is no way to report tweets specifically for this issue or find out what guidelines the platform uses to decide.
There are no increasing calls to regulate social media giants and see them as publishers of content, opening them up to lawsuits. The Trump tweets, including one that was flagged for accuracy recently, have become central to this discussion. It appears Twitter singles out only those tweets for these new rules on fact checking and “glorifying violence.” It does no appear to flag other tweets with the same regularity or unique decisions. This leads to questions on why regimes such as those in Russia, Turkey or Iran, can glorify violence or tweet misleading information. There are numerous videos on Twitter that appear to glorify not only violence but incite it against other people. For instance during Turkey’s invasion of Kurdish areas there were videos by Syrian rebels showing them celebrating killing Kurds and calling to murder Kurds as “atheists” and “unbelievers.” Twitter regularly allows regimes to boast about their military prowess and post videos of militants. Over the years the company did crack down on some types of extremism, such as ISIS supporters and far-right extremists in the West. However there are many videos and comments that could broadly be construed as “glorifying violence,” and it’s unclear why the words “when the looting starts, the shooting starts” were more egregious than other similar tweets or videos. It is unclear because there are not guidelines or transparency about the process by which it is determined what is flagged and what isn’t.

33 Examples of Twitter’s Anti-Conservative Bias

Twitter’s rules have been influenced by liberal think tanks like the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center. 

Since Twitter Is ‘Fact-Checking,’ Here Are Some Tweets We’d Like Them to Take a Look At

Social media giant Twitter is taking upon itself the challenge of arbitrating what is truth and fiction about President Trump’s tweets. The reputed Minister of Truth at Twitter, Yoel Roth, whose job it is to determine that there is no such thing as mail-in ballot fraud, you imbecilic “tangerine racist,” “Nazi” lover, has determined that Trump’s prediction of voter fraud is “misleading.”

Minister of Truth Roth made sure to refer people to news sites, manned by the same reporters who brought you that crack reportage on the Trump spying scandal. The president refers to the spying scandal as “Obamagate,” but we’ll defer to your judgment, @Jack and Yoel, if you find that name “misleading.” You know best, of course.

Still, hope springs eternal, and as long as you’re in the business of truth-detecting political thought and opinion, here are a few tweets that the rest of America would like to have checked out by the Twitteratti at Twitterster of Truth.

VIDEO: Monkeys run away with COVID-19 test samples in India, locals fear spread of infection

A troop of monkeys attacked a laboratory technician carrying COVID-19 test samples of patients on the Meerut Medical College premises. They snatched and ran away with test samples pertaining to three patients. Later one of the monkeys was found atop a tree chewing the sample collection kits.

Canadian Council of Imams alleges ‘Islamophobia’ at CRA after Ottawa mosque loses charity status

Disgusting Jew hating, homophobic Islamists play victim

John Tory proclaims May 28 day for “people who menstruate”

In the midst of a global pandemic, Toronto mayor John Tory released a statement on Thursday proclaiming that May 28 is “Menstrual Hygiene Day.”

Companies managing troubled Ontario long-term care homes run dozens more, make millions in profits

The companies managing long term care homes where the military found rotting food, cockroaches, patients in soiled beds and conditions that allowed COVID-19 to spread, also run dozens of other facilities in the province and have made millions of dollars a year operating them.

B’nai Brith Horrified by Desecration of Montreal Synagogue

B’nai Brith Canada is shocked and appalled by the violation of a local synagogue, one of the worst such incidents to take place in Canada in years.

On Wednesday, a congregant visited the Sepharade Kol Yehouda synagogue in Côte St-Luc, Que. with his son to retrieve ritual items for use at home over the Shavuot holiday, which begins Thursday night.

He was horrified to find Torah scrolls dumped on the floor, and other religious items stuffed into toilets.

Cameraman who criticized PA fired from Associated Press

Eyad Hamad, a veteran Palestinian cameraman, said on Wednesday that he was fired from the Associated Press (AP) after the Palestinian Authority filed a “complaint” against him.

Hamad, 63, a resident of Bethlehem, told The Jerusalem Post that the complaint was filed against him because he had criticized the Palestinian security forces for arresting and beating a Palestinian journalist.

Jewish Federations of Canada – UIA (JFC – UIA) must defund CIJA NOW

Hey, idiot Jews, look at what you’re funding

Pali news site: “Don’t be antisemitic, because that prompts Jews to move to Israel”

Antisemitism is bad because it leads to Zionism!  Oppressed Jews might move to Israel, and that is the crime that must be fought against – not antisemitism itself but the possibility that it leads to aliyah.

Which means that the main victims of antisemitism are….Palestinians!

More Campbellton COVID-19 cases linked to medical professional who didn’t self-isolate

This person, who travelled to Quebec for personal reasons, “was not forthcoming about their reasons for travel upon returning to New Brunswick and they did not self-isolate as a result,” Premier Blaine Higgs said on Wednesday.

After his trip, the man treated patients for two weeks at the Campbellton hospital and possibly other locations, forcing Higgs to order that region back into the orange phase of recovery.

Academic Freedom Win: Israel Boycott Supporter Ilana Feldman Will Not Be Dean at George Washington U

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Campaign Donation to Andrew Cuomo Reportedly Linked to Immunity for Nursing Homes

An article published on the socialist website Jacobin, and re-published by The Guardian, reports that the New York State Democratic Committee, then backing Cuomo’s primary run in 2018, received more than $1 million from the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) — a lobbying group for hospital systems, some of which own nursing homes.

The donation made the group one of the state party’s largest contributors in that cycle. Three of the hospital association’s top officials separately gave more than $150,000 to Cuomo’s campaign between 2015 and 2018, the outlet reported.

That donation is now drawing scrutiny after Cuomo signed legislation last month that protects executives from lawsuits — just as he is under continued criticism for his March 25 order (since deleted) requiring nursing homes to take in COVID-19 patients.

Who Is Big Tech’s ‘Arbiter of Truth’? More than Ever, It’s a Corrupt, Orwellian Wikipedia

Previously such widespread influence of Wikipedia was seen by the media as dangerous to advancing truthful information online. Comedian and left-wing nighttime host Stephen Colbert once lampooned the site’s reliability and coined the term “Wikiality” to describe a world where society’s perception of reality was determined by what anonymous Wikipedia users decided was true and false.

Fearing coronavirus spike, some Arab Gulf states turn to a supposed enemy: Israel

With fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections looming, some Arab Gulf nations have turned for help to an ostensible enemy and a country they don’t officially recognize: Israel.

MUST WATCH VIDEOS: Woman in a wheelchair is sprayed with fire extinguisher by looters who accuse her of ‘getting out of her chair and STABBING them while trying to stop ransacking of Target’ in George Floyd riots in Minneapolis

Justice will be attained by……looting Target

Toronto police accused of pushing woman to her death from a balcony

I hate cops as much as the next guy, but I’ll bet anything these accusations are total BS

Former Pelosi Aides Cash in as Coronavirus Lobbyists

Former aides to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) have raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars this year as registered lobbyists on coronavirus-related issues and legislation, according to federal disclosure records reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon.

At least seven ex-Pelosi aides, including her former chief of staff, senior counsel, and senior policy adviser, have registered as lobbyists on behalf of dozens of companies seeking benefits from coronavirus-related legislation.


VIDEO: MSLSD reporter Cal Perry humiliated on air after mask-shaming backfires

An MSNBC reporter was humiliated live on air when he tried to shame passersby for not wearing masks in Wisconsin — even as most of his crew were also unprotected.

Cal Perry was doing a live segment from Lake Geneva where he complained that “no one” was wearing masks as they enjoyed the Memorial Day sunshine.

The masked reporter then turned his cameraman to shoot a man walking past, saying on air, “As you can see, no one is wearing them.”

“Including the cameraman,” the local shot back, soon adding that “half your crew’s not wearing them.”

Clearly embarrassed, Perry appeared to cut the segment short, looking down to the ground as he admitted, “There you go, including the cameraman. Yeah.”

Without Communist China, Would Palestinian Terrorism Have Become Such a Menace?

Brief history: communists under Mao Zedong consolidate control of China by 1952. The surviving nationalists retreat to Taiwan and set up shop there as a separate country. At the same time, China was fighting on the side of communist North Korea against the United States/United Nations.

Israel recognized the People’s Republic in 1950; China did not reciprocate until 1992. In 1964, China was tilting heavily in favor of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).

Tilting is too weak a description. Communist China was the PLO’s greatest supporter outside the Middle East

California’s COVID Nursing Home Death Rate ‘Cover Up’ Is Imploding

The COVID nursing home death rate in California may be even worse than we feared due to “collu[sion]” to cover-up the numbers.

Wiesenthal Center Calls for Investigation Following Allegations that Canadian Aid Dollars Ended Up in the Hands of Terrorist Groups

Media Release

Toronto (May 27, 2020) – Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) has called on Canada’s foreign affairs minister to launch an investigation following allegations that Canadian funds donated to international agencies for the purposes of coronavirus response ended up in the hands of anti-Israel terrorist groups.

According to a new report by NGO Monitor, millions of dollars of Canadian public money donated to the World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) for Covid-19 response efforts in the West Bank and Gaza were handed over to affiliates of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a terrorist organization dedicated to the destruction of Israel.

“Public monies intended for international development and relief purposes should never be used to support terrorist efforts,” FSWC wrote in a letter to Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne. “We ask you to launch an immediate investigation into the allocation of Canadian funds given to OCHA and WHO for the purposes of COVID-19 response in the West Bank and Gaza.. to determine whether indeed our aid funds were inappropriately diverted to terrorist affiliates, and if so, what will be done to ensure that no future public funds can be misused in this way.”

The PFLP has been involved in terrorist activity for more than five decades, responsible for numerous plane hijackings, bus bombings, assassinations and suicide attacks in Israel and elsewhere. PFLP members are currently on trial in Israel for the murder last August of Israeli school girl Rena Schnerb. The PFLP is considered a terrorist organization by the Government of Canada.