Monthly Archives: May 2022

Chicago High School to Implement Race-Based Grading System

A high school in a Chicago is implementing a race-based grading system “to adjust classroom grading scales to account for skin color or ethnicity of its students.”

The move is necessary, advocates say, because “traditional grading practices perpetuate inequities,” a slide used in a presentation said.

Students, depending on their race, will not be held accountable for missing class, misbehaving in school, or for failing to turn in assignments.

If only there had been some clue

Disturbing new video obtained by The Post shows demented Robb Elementary School shooter Salvador Ramos grinning as he holds up a bag of blood-soaked dead cats.

The deranged 18-year-old gunman is seen smiling in the undated footage while sitting in the passenger seat of a pal’s car — holding up a clear plastic bag with at least two bloodied cats visible inside.


Oil prices jump after E.U. leaders agree to ban most Russian crude imports

Spread the suffering

Michael Sussmann has been acquitted

The acquittal is no surprise. This is a DC jury, after all. In the Roger Stone case, for example, we documented how a juror lied to get on the panel. (That judge didn’t care.) Making matters worse, the Sussmann judge wrongly allowed for a woman to remain on the jury, despite the fact that her daughter and Sussmann’s are on the same high school crew team. One can’t help but think that juror had her own daughter’s interests in mind – the cohesion of the crew team – when she reached a decision.

On the facts, there was more than sufficient evidence to prove Sussmann’s guilt.

Imagine this person teaching your kids

Trudeau trade minister under ethics investigation after contract given to company co-founded by Liberal strategist

The federal ethics commissioner has started an investigation into Liberal trade minister Mary Ng after it was discovered that her office awarded a contract to a firm co-founded by a Liberal strategist and friend.

On Monday, Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion announced that an investigation had been opened into Liberal International Trade Minister Mary Ng.

The decision came after Conservative MP James Bezan wrote to the commissioner alleging that Minister Ng had broken the rules by awarding a $17,000 media training contract to Pomp & Circumstance, a company co-founded and led by her friend Amanda Alvaro.

Eric Adams honors USS Intrepid for being attacked at Pearl Harbor—it wasn’t even built yet

The mayor of New York is your genius lib of the day

Video: Lunatic lib smears Mona Lisa with cake because “there are people who are destroying the planet”

Paris crowds bustling to see the Mona Lisa at the Musée du Louvre on Sunday were shocked to witness a man attempt to smash the protective glass case surrounding the famous portrait, before then smearing cake across its surface. The act of vandalism is thought to have been an environment-related protest.

New bid to spin Hunter Biden’s laptop

As Hunter Biden waits for the outcome of the Delaware criminal federal investigation into his taxes and overseas business dealings to be made public, new allies are attempting to flip the script on the scandal of his infamous laptop.

Kevin Morris, the generous Los Angeles entertainment lawyer who loaned Hunter more than $2 million to pay off his tax debts, has launched a sensational public-relations campaign to discredit the laptop and divert attention from its damning revelations of the Biden family’s international influence-peddling scheme.

Morris, 58, has assembled a team of 30 lawyers and investigators to help his friend Hunter, 52, “blunt the impact” of the Delaware probe, according to CBS News.

But leaks from inside the Morris camp, and a hand-scrawled mind map he has shared with confidants, show a chaotic disinformation project attempting to rewrite the story of the laptop’s origins.

The counternarrative Morris is mounting on Hunter’s behalf has nothing to do with the damning contents of the laptop, which have been repeatedly verified as authentic by multiple media organizations since The Post broke the story in October 2020.

Instead, Hunter’s team is attempting to sow confusion about how the laptop became public, by denying that he abandoned his laptop in John Paul Mac Isaac’s Delaware repair shop on April 12, 2019, and claiming his private information was somehow stolen, “hacked” or “cloned.”

But the chain of custody of that laptop has been well established by The Post. 

Wall Street banks made $2.3 BILLION by betting on rising inflation in 2021 – doubling the amount they made in 2019

While everyone else has been shelling out more money for gas, food and housing as inflation hit 8.5 percent in March, an obscure pocket of Wall Street has been raking in the cash by betting on swings in inflation.

U.N. Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet Praises China, Claims It Has ‘Dismantled’ Concentration Camps

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet praised China’s “tremendous achievements” in human rights this weekend and claimed that the Communist Party has “dismantled” all of its concentration camps in the Uyghur region of East Turkistan, concluding her visit to the region.

WHO’s 2022 Assembly Singles Out Israel as Violator of Health Rights

Deviating from its focus on public health emergencies, the annual assembly of the UN’s World Health Organization held a session today singling out Israel, which was condemned in speeches by two dozen countries including Iran, Syria, Venezuela, Turkey, Lebanon and Cuba, for allegedly violating the health rights of Palestinians and the Druze population in the Golan Heights.

By a vote of 77 to 14, with 36 abstentions, the WHO assembly adopted a resolution submitted by Syria—elected by consensus last year to the WHO Executive Board—and the Palestinians, requiring the WHO to hold the same debate at next year’s assembly, and to prepare another report on the “Health conditions in the occupied Palestinian territory, including east Jerusalem, and in the occupied Syrian Golan.”

The resolution was co-sponsored by countries such as Cuba, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Venezuela and Yemen.

China Elected to World Health Organization Executive Board

China was elected to the World Health Organization’s (W.H.O.) executive board on Friday, even though the Chinese gave false information to W.H.O. during the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, obstructed investigations into the origin of the coronavirus, and persecuted Chinese doctors who tried to raise early warnings about the plague that would ravage the world.

Suspicious Chinese Funds Should Have Raised ‘Alarm Bells’ at Canadian Banks: Experts

For eight years, Chinese property developer Chen Runkai used hundreds of wire transfers to move tens of millions of dollars into accounts at Canadian banks –– a technique experts say is a hallmark of money laundering.

Yet Canada’s biggest banks –– including the Royal Bank of Canada, CIBC, TD and the Bank of Montreal –– all accepted the money without flagging it to the country’s financial regulator.

Only one financial institution acted: The Vancouver arm of Switzerland’s UBS bank filed a suspicious activity report in 2012 after noting massive flows of unexplained money into a Chen family account.

“All kinds of alarm bells should have gone off,” said Garry Clement, a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police superintendent focused on proceeds of crime.

“It almost gives the impression they’re asleep at the switch… It just shows that the system is broken,” added Clement, who is now chief of anti-money laundering for VersaBank.

At a time when governments are wrestling with the impacts of illicit foreign funds entering overheated real estate markets in Vancouver and Toronto, the unquestioned flow of Chen’s money has raised concerns about the due diligence and rigor employed by Canadian banks when it comes to anti-money laundering detection and reporting.

The Toronto Star and OCCRP reached out to banks that received Chen’s funds and asked why the money flows did not trigger concerns or formal reports to authorities. The banks each said they could not comment on individual customers. They added that they take their anti-money laundering obligations seriously, have implemented controls, and comply with all regulations.

The story of Chen –– how he moved to Canada from China in 2006 with modest means, then accumulated tens of millions of dollars and luxury homes in Vancouver, while facing charges in his home country for alleged bribery –– was detailed in a recent investigation.

The mysterious source of Chen’s conspicuous wealth, and its movement to Vancouver where he now lives with his family, has been the subject of an investigation by Canada’s financial intelligence unit, as well as a probe by a British Columbia commission studying the impact of money laundering in that province.

In 2012, the year Chen’s financial transactions were first flagged by UBS, his daughter bought a mansion with a tennis court and swimming pool near the beach in Vancouver for 14.7 million Canadian dollars. She paid for it without a mortgage, while listing her occupation as “student.” Chen bought a CA$15.6 million mansion on the same street in 2016.

“He was successful in obtaining and making a lot of money in real estate development in China without being involved in corruption,” said Lorne Waldman, a Toronto immigration lawyer representing Chen. “He didn’t do anything wrong.”


Are nastiness and vindictiveness a scientific explanation?

Scummy lib of the day

One of toronto’s most expensive private schools. Here’s what your ~$35K/year gets you

Doctor gave Covid-19 shot to hundreds of kids as young as six months old

A Toronto doctor is facing no professional discipline after admitting to giving the Covid-19 vaccine to at least 500 kids as young as six months old, despite the shot not being approved for children under the age of five.

According to the Toronto Star, Dr. Christopher Sun from Weston-Mount Dennis stands by his decision and claims he did it “to protect children.”

“I put my neck on the line and did what I wanted to get done, which was to protect children,” Sun told the outlet. “These are worried parents in time of a health crisis and I think it’s wrong to turn away people who know what they are getting into.”

Toronto Public Health informed Sun to stop vaccinating kids under the age of five, and Sun was reported to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). Despite being reported, he continued to vaccinate that age group until the month’s end.

How libs teach preschoolers about colours

Video: The mentally ill are setting policy

Video: Nothing to see here… just a child dancing for adults with drag queens on stage for money at a drag convention

Video: Just picking up a few things at Sephora

Nancy Pelosi’s husband arrested for DUI

Nancy Pelosi’s husband has been arrested in Napa on suspicion of driving under the influence after he was involved in a crash on Saturday.

Sussmann billed Hillary for flash drives he left with FBI

Here’s the receipt

Canadian banks are getting richer

While Canadian citizens can’t afford food and shelter

Tougher bail rules, sentences for gun violence in Canada ‘certainly an option’: minister

Good thinking, dumbass libs — not that they’ll ever do it

Lowering standards in the name of equity harms minorities the most

There is no doubt that achievement gaps exist between demographics in Virginia schools and all schools nationwide. But those gaps will not be closed by watering down tests to cover up their existence. The only way to close achievement gaps is to assess where they exist through testing and then aggressively help those students that need it.

Ted Sarandos Talks About That Stock Drop, Backing Dave Chappelle, and Hollywood Schadenfreude

“We’re 90 years behind all of our current competitors in what we do today, and they’re just entering into our space,” he said. “We have to have content that people like better on Netflix than anywhere else. I know it seems like it should be more complicated than that, but it almost isn’t.”

‘There’s no medicine like a dog’

BALTIMORE — Chris Hardy remembers the moment he realized that dogs could change lives. But he has to take a deep breath and work to hold back tears to tell the story.

Hardy, a dog trainer for the U.S. Defense Department in Afghanistan in 2006, was making a routine trip to a field hospital to pick up supplies, along with his dog, Dirk. A nurse was holding a badly injured baby; the infant was burned on her face, neck and body. She suddenly reached out to pet Dirk, her face lighting up with a smile.

Hardy was told later that until that moment, the child had stoically endured treatment, never showing emotion.

Her interaction with Dirk in that brief moment prompted a new connection in her life — and in Hardy’s. He and Dirk returned several times and were asked by hospital personnel if they could start visiting some of their military patients. The experiences “really got me,” he said.

Hardy, an Eastern Shore native who served 11 years in the 82nd Airborne Division, returned home from that and several other deployments with powerful memories and, unfortunately, post-traumatic stress disorder. Remembering the healing power of Dirk, he decided to help fellow injured vets by training service dogs for them.

California Poised To Adopt ‘Medical Misinformation Bill’ Targeting Alternative COVID-19 Protocols

The California Legislature is poised to pass Assembly Bill 2098, described as a “medical misinformation bill.” If passed, the new law would prohibit doctors from freely providing medical advice and treating their patients if those practices run counter to the official state sanctioned position.

REMINDER: Unvaccinated Canadians still can’t leave the country

Those who are okay with this and those who are not should not share a society. That is all.

China’s propaganda ranks highly on Google, YouTube searches: study

Google and YouTube often give Chinese state propaganda outlets high rankings in searches on hot-button political issues — including denials of the abuse of Muslims in Xinjiang and conspiracy theories that the coronavirus originated in a US military lab, according to a new study.

Chinese state sources also rank highly on Microsoft Bing searches about controversial issues, according to the report published Friday by the Brookings Institute and the Alliance for Securing Democracy.

“China has exploited search engine results on Xinjiang and COVID-19, two subjects that are geopolitically salient to Beijing,” the researchers said.

Video: Sikhs not too happy with Singh

Man allegedly showed up armed at Toronto school: ‘I want to kill Jews’

Can you imagine the media and politician melt-downs if this happened at a Muslim school?

Proposed law could empower Canadian border agents to search phones, emails, and texts

Concerns for privacy and increased calls for border safety clashed in Parliament on March 31st when an unusual bill was proposed in the Canadian Senate. S-7, which was drawn up to address concerns about the transfer of digital materials like child pornography, would allow border law enforcement to search travelers’ electronic devices and look through their emails, photos, and text messages, if needed.

So when is it needed? Therein lies the controversial question. The bill seemingly creates a new standard for when such a search may be warranted — when law enforcement determines there are “reasonable general concerns” at play. The concern for privacy advocates is the bill makes no attempt to explain what that standard looks like in practice.

Without a clear and defining set of instructions on when the standard should be applied, S-7 could easily become a “sniff test” kind of law.

The text of the law doesn’t make it much more clear.

Speculate away

Video: Is it really liberal for someone who doesn’t go to college and makes less money to pay for people who do go and make more?

Cops Probe After Middle School Librarian Allegedly Says Students Are ‘Sex Workers’ To Justify Pro-Prostitution Book

Police in Northern Virginia are investigating after a middle school librarian allegedly defended a pro-prostitution book by saying it belonged in the library because many of the school’s 11- to 13-year old students are sex workers, The Daily Wire has learned.

A shocked Loudoun County teacher went to the police after the librarian, Stefany Guido, allegedly made the comment to her. The teacher had asked Guido about a book a parent had flagged on Twitter called “Seeing Gender,” which included a chapter titled “‘Sex Work’ Is Not a Bad Term.” The Daily Wire is withholding the name of the teacher, who as a “mandatory reporter” felt compelled to tell police that students in her charge could be in danger.

“A person may exchange sex or sexual activity for things they need or want, such as food, housing, hormones, drugs, gifts, or other resources,” reads one shocking passage in the book.

Gene-editing experiment turns fluffy hamsters into ‘aggressive’ mutant rage monsters

A team of scientists in the US have accidentally created overly-aggressive mutant hamsters

There is no defending this


President of Spanish Pharma Company on List of over 2,200 People with Faked Vaccine Papers

The president of the Spanish pharmaceutical company PharmaMar is one of the over 2,200 people listed by Spanish police as having purchased fake coronavirus vaccination documents.

José María Fernández Sousa-Faro, the founder and president of PharmaMar, is one of the over 2,200 people identified as having paid a criminal network to fake their coronavirus vaccination status, following a Spanish police operation known as Operation Jenner.

New York Times News Columns Rely on Peter Beinart for Expert Commentary on Jewish Community

Peter Beinart favors eliminating Israel, says it’s “unethical” for former or future government officials to work for a defense contractor or a think tank funded by one, and insists “there was no good reason to designate the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps as a foreign terrorist organization.”

The New York Times, for its part, has gone beyond merely publishing all these extreme views under Beinart’s byline on its opinion pages — it’s now regularly turning to Beinart as an expert analyst about the American Jewish community in the paper’s news columns.

Poilievre says Supreme Court decision to allow parole opportunity for Quebec shooter ‘violates sense of justice’

“My first thought is for the families of the victims. I cannot imagine how they are feeling today. As Prime Minister, I will use the notwithstanding clause to restore the law so that every life taken counts again in a killer’s sentence and that the worst murderers stay behind bars for life,” he wrote.

Russia, China Veto UN Security Council Vote on North Korea Sanctions

Russia and China on May 26 vetoed a vote pushed by the United States to strengthen sanctions on North Korea, dividing the United Nations Security Council for the first time since 2006.

The vote in the 15-member Security Council was 13–2 and followed a string of ballistic missile launches by Pyongyang.

To be adopted by the UN Security Council, a resolution needs nine “yes” votes and no vetoes by the permanent members of Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom, or the United States.

Taibbi: Shouldn’t Hillary Clinton Be Banned From Twitter Now?

Last week, in the trial of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, prosecutor Andrew DeFilippis asked ex-campaign manager Robby Mook about the decision to share with a reporter a bogus story about Donald Trump and Russia’s Alfa Bank. Mook answered by giving up his onetime boss. “I discussed it with Hillary,” he said, describing his pitch to the candidate: “Hey, you know, we have this, and we want to share it with a reporter… She agreed to that.”

In a country with a functioning media system, this would have been a huge story. Obviously this isn’t Watergate, Hillary Clinton was never president, and Sussmann’s trial doesn’t equate to prosecutions of people like Chuck Colson or Gordon Liddy. But as we’ve slowly been learning for years, a massive fraud was perpetrated on the public with Russiagate, and Mook’s testimony added a substantial piece of the picture, implicating one of the country’s most prominent politicians in one of the more ambitious disinformation campaigns we’ve seen.

There are two reasons the Clinton story isn’t a bigger one in the public consciousness. One is admitting the enormity of what took place would require system-wide admissions by the FBI, the CIA, and, as Matt Orfalea’s damning video above shows, virtually every major news media organization in America.

More importantly, there’s no term for the offense Democrats committed in 2016, though it was similar to Watergate. Instead of a “third-rate burglary” and a bug, Democrats sent schlock research to the FBI, who in turn lied to the secret FISA court and obtained “legal” surveillance authority over former Trump aide Carter Page (which opened doors to searches of everyone connected to Page). Worse, instead of petty “ratfucking” like Donald Segretti’s “Canuck letter,” the Clinton campaign created and fueled a successful, years-long campaign of official harassment and media fraud. They innovated an extraordinary trick, using government connections and press to generate real criminal and counterintelligence investigations of political enemies, mostly all based on what we now know to be self-generated nonsense.

Doctor Prescribes ‘Transgender’ 9-Year-Old Puberty Blockers During Ten-Minute Skype Call

A doctor has been struck off the medical register after it was found that he had prescribed puberty blockers to a nine-year-old after a ten-minute Skype session.

Dr. Michael Webberley has had his name scrubbed from the medical register after it was found that his treatment of 24 patients constituted a “catalogue of failings”.

One of these patients was a nine-year-old who supposedly wanted to be a boy, with Webberley proscribing the child puberty blockers after a Skype consultation that lasted only ten minutes.

According to a report by The Telegraph, Webberley ran the extremely controversial “GenderGP” online clinic, which used legal loopholes to get EU doctors to proscribe British children with sex-change drugs, with seven of the 24 patients reviewed by a tribunal being related to the service.

A consultant gastroenterologist, the tribunal found that Webberley has acted “outside the limits of his expertise” in his actions, lacking the necessary qualifications in general practice, transgender medicine or paediatrics.

The decision to strike Webberley off the register came in the light of the “absence of any expression of regret and/or remorse, insight and/or remediation” from the man, with the tribunal ruling him “liable in the future to put patients at risk, bring the medical profession into disrepute, breach fundamental tenets of the profession and act dishonestly”.

Meanwhile, Webberley’s wife who ran the clinic alongside him, Dr Helen Webberley, has meanwhile received an interim suspension amid another ongoing tribunal, having been previously fined for running an unlicensed transgender clinic from her home.

Daily Beast releases apology to Hunter Biden’s laptop repairman

The Daily Beast has issued an apology to the Delaware computer repairman who acquired Hunter Biden’s laptop for wrongly claiming in a past story that the computer was “stolen.”