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Sayfullo Saipov was ‘gleeful’ about attack, and Chuck Schumer wanted him here



Open borders proponents like Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer love the fact that America should be a diverse mix of cultures, a plurality. They think America’s motto “e pluribus unum” stops at “e pluribus” (“out of many”) for immigration, and the “unum” (“one”) part only applies to issues like gay marriage, abortion, and health care regulations.

What the left wants, in fact, is an impossible utopia, where every ideology, background, and national origin is permitted, with nearly unlimited freedom, to enter and dwell in the United States. And once here, they will magically conform to our social mores and behavioral expectations. They want Muslims from Uzbekistan to arrive in America and become liberals when they get here.

By all reports, 29-year-old Sayfully Habibullaevic Saipov was a friendly, happy person who settled in Florida after obtaining a green card on a “Diversity Visa.” At some point, he became radicalized. I don’t know if it would ever occur to liberals that the same social forces they want to apply nationwide in America, through movies, television, and endless cultural preening, are the very same drivers of people like Saipov to radical Islam and supporting ISIS.

I don’t suppose that ISIS propaganda against the decadent and infidel west would ever be the reason–in the left’s mind–a man like Saipov would be “almost gleeful” at running down innocents (not even Americans) in New York City.

In fact, I know it wouldn’t occur to them, because Shimon Prokupecz, CNN’s “crime and justice reporter,” upon learning from police a description of full-bearded Uzbek Saipov, refused to share that with his audience. Details like that might be prejudicial to the viewers of the Jim Acosta network–remember Acosta sanctimoniously quoted the poem from the Statue of Liberty to Stephen Miller in the White House briefing room as proof America must let everyone in.


NYC Terrorist Came to US Under ‘Diversity Visa Program’ Sponsored by NY Democrat Chuck Schumer came to the United States in 2010, just seven years ago under the ill-conceived progressive program. As Numbers USA reported, there is “no cost” to apply for the lottery, other than a $330 application fee, and applicants can enter as many times as they wish, but can only submit one application per year. “This was an act of terror,” declared Mayor de Blasio at a somber One Police Plaza news conference.

Manhattan Truck Rampage Suspect Almost Gleeful About Attack, Had Knife in Truck: Official – NBC New York say Saipov was familiar with the area of the attack, though it wasn’t clear if that was because he scouted the route out in advance or knew the layout because of his work as an Uber driver. The attack echoed a strategy that the Islamic State group has been suggesting to its followers. The building’s manager told The Record he lived with his wife and two children in a two-bedroom apartment on Genessee Avenue.

WATCH: CNN Refuses To Share Description Of Terrorist After Getting Details From Police | Daily Wire “crime and justice reporter,” Shimon Prokupecz, told viewers that he would not release the description of suspected Islamic terrorist Sayfullo Saipov who allegedly murdered at least eight civilians and injured approximately a dozen more near the World Trade Center.

“Police know who he is,” Propkupecz said. “They have a description of him. I’m not going to share that at the moment.”


Final thoughts

Whether President Bush 41 signed the law creating the Diversity Visa program or Sen. Schumer sponsored it is not the point here (both are true). The issue is that the left is quick to grab onto open border immigration whenever President Trump calls for tightening standards and keeping some immigrants out. They do so sanctimoniously. When there’s a shooting, the left is quick to blame gun control, even though gun control laws (existing ones, they seem to forget) would not have stopped the Las Vegas massacre.

Now when an radicalized ISIS-pledged immigrant uses a truck to kill eight innocents, they point out how Bush signed the visa law. The fact is, Schumer wanted Saipov, and any others like him, to be here. But Schumer, and the liberals, believe somehow that America can tolerate and shape these individuals while spewing moral filth at the same times. They’re feeding the monster they seek to kill, and at the same time, opposing the one solution we know will work–tightening immigration.

The left is truly deluded, and will cause more “almost gleeful” copycats of Saipov to pop up.

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Pregnant Jewish woman and six others gunned down in Hanukkah terror attack




Video of the attack showed a white car driving up to the post and slowing down as it passed a group of Jews standing at the stop. The travelers are seen scrambling away as they were sprayed with bullets, with the car immediately driving away.

 A young pregnant woman and six other travelers were injured in a Palestinian shooting attack at a bus stop outside the Jewish town of Ofra on Sunday night.

The woman, who was brought to Jerusalem’s Shaarei Zedek Medical Center in critical condition, has had her condition upgraded to stable, but her son, delivered by emergency Caesarian section, has been downgraded to critical.

The wounded woman, Shira Yael Ish-Ran and her husband, Amichai Yishai Ish-Ran.

The wounded woman, Shira Yael Ish-Ran and her husband, Amichai Yishai Ish-Ran.

The attack took place on the eighth night of Hanukkah at a popular hitchhiking post and bus stop.

Video of the attack showed a white car driving up to the post and slowing down as it passed a group of Jews standing at the stop. The travelers are seen scrambling away as they were sprayed with bullets, with the car immediately driving away.

One pregnant 21-year-old woman, Shira Yael Ish-Ran, was shot in the lower abdomen and was said to be “fighting for her life,” though doctors managed to save the life of her first child, delivered at just 30 weeks gestation. The boy was immediately transferred to the neo-natal intensive care unit, but his condition worsened overnight, and he is now attached to a ventilator.

“A pregnant woman who loses so much blood cannot provide the oxygen necessary for the baby in her belly,” Dr. Alon Schwartz, a surgeon at the hospital told Army Radio on Monday. “This was apparently the harm to the baby that we discovered.”

According to Schwartz, the young woman lost a lot of blood and arrived at the hospital in a state of shock. The hospital reported that she has regained consciousness and showed signs of movement, but that she remains in life-threatening danger. Her family requested continued prayers for Shira Yael bat Leora Sarah and for her son, Tinok ben Shira Yael.

Shira is the daughter of Chaim Silberstein, founder and president of Keep Jerusalem, an organization that advocates the unification of Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty, and the president of the Jerusalem Capital Development Fund, an organization dedicated to reclaiming and strengthening the Jewish presence in Jerusalem and parts of Judea and Samaria.

The woman’s husband was also injured in the attack and underwent surgery at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital. His condition was said to have improved from moderate to mild-to-moderate.

Two 16-year-old girls suffered light injuries and were taken to Hadassah Ein Kerem.

“Praying for the recovery of those injured in the despicable terrorist attack, including the young mother who brought life to the world from this hellish scene,” wrote Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Twitter. “I  send my unreserved support to the security forces who are relentlessly pursuing the terrorists.”

IDF, border police and security services forces cooperated in a widespread manhunt for the terrorists in Palestinian enclaves near to the attack. Officials stated that the vehicle in which the attempted murder was committed is believed to have contained at least two occupants.

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Trump continues to embarrass himself with Twitter idiocy, #SmockingGun edition



Trump continues to embarrass himself with Twitter idiocy Smocking Gun edition

Multiple writers on this site have asked, begged, and even demanded the President of the United States assign someone literate to read his Tweets before he sends them out. This time, he can’t even blame autocorrect or mistyping. He misspelled a common word. Twice.

I support the President and I think many of the complaints about his lack of intelligence are unfounded. But when it comes to posting on Twitter, I’ve lost the will to defend him. He refuses to let anyone help him not sound like a complete illiterate fool.

Does he not realize that he can’t spell? Is he unaware that his grammatical skills are lacking? Why won’t he simply write his Tweets, then hand the phone to someone who knows how to spell and utilize proper grammar before pushing the send button? His son Barron is almost certainly better at basic English than his father. He would save his supporters a lot of grief if he just let an adult read his Tweets before they went out.

Seriously, Mr. President, for the sake of those of us who still support you, do us all a favor and let the nearest adult read your Tweets before sending them out. You’re making it so much harder for us to convince others that you’re not a imbecile.

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Macron addresses France amid protests; is it too late?



Macron addresses France amid protests is it too late

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron is at last preparing to speak to the nation Monday, after increasingly violent and radicalized protests against his leadership and a long silence that aggravated the anger. Many protesters only want one thing: for him to declare “I quit.”

That’s an unlikely prospect. Instead Macron is expected to announce a series of measures to reduce taxes and boost purchasing power for the masses who feel his presidency has favored the rich. He’s being forced to act after four weeks of “yellow vest” protests that started in struggling provinces and spread to rioting in the capital that has scared tourists and foreign investors and shaken France to the core.

Macron met Monday morning in his presidential palace with local and national politicians, unions and business leaders to hear their concerns. In the evening, he will give a national televised address, his first public words in more than a week.

The morning meeting stretched past lunch and into the afternoon. A presidential official said there were 37 people around the table with the president, describing how the movement is impacting their sectors, including unions, small businesses and local government.

Among steps the government is considering are abolishing taxes on overtime, speeding up tax cuts and an end-of-year bonus for low-income workers. Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said Monday the government could delay some payroll taxes, but expressed resistance to restoring the wealth tax or lowering taxes for retirees, among protesters’ demands. He stressed that the measures should focus on helping the working classes.

“We are ready to make any gesture” that works, he said on RTL radio. “What is important now is to put an end to the crisis and find peace and unity in the country again.”

Fallout from the protests so far could cost France 0.1 percent of gross domestic product in the last quarter of the year, Le Maire warned. “That means fewer jobs, it means less prosperity for the whole country,” he said.

The “yellow vest” protests began as a movement against a rise in fuel taxes that Macron eventually abandoned, but have mushroomed to include a plethora of sometimes contradictory demands — increasingly including Macron’s resignation.

“Macron is there for the rich, not for all the French,” 68-year-old retiree Jean-Pierre Meunuer said at Saturday’s protests in Paris.

Some members of the movement are already planning new action next Saturday, amid calls from police officers exhausted by four weekends of rioting for the payment of overtime work instead of bonuses.

“The State should commit itself to the payment of overtime,” the UNSA police union said in a statement on Monday. “These extra hours should be exempted from tax. Night hours should be revalued. UNSA police officials will listen carefully to the president’s announcements.”

Graffiti throughout the French capital singles Macron out for criticism, reflecting a national sense that the 40-year-old centrist former banker is arrogant and out of touch. Macron however has appeared determined to continue his course, and no presidential or parliamentary elections are planned until 2022.

Government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux warned Sunday that a “magic wand” won’t solve all the problems of the protesters.

Paris tourist sites reopened Sunday, while workers cleaned up debris from protests that left widespread damage in the capital and elsewhere. At least 71 people were injured in Paris on Saturday, fewer than the week before but still a stunning figure. French media reported 136,000 protesters nationwide on Saturday, similar to the previous week.

Nearly 1,000 people were being held in custody after the Saturday protests in the French capital.


Sylvie Corbet, Elaine Ganley and Samuel Petrequin contributed.

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