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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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Trump signals support for Roy Moore by defending him, denouncing his opponent



Trump signals support for Roy Moore by defending him denouncing his opponent

President Trump didn’t give a strong endorsement to Alabama’s GOP candidate for Senate, Roy Moore, but he left the door open for it to come in the future. He also didn’t deny the possibility that he could be campaigning for Moore.

When asked if he would be, the President replied, “I’ll let you know next week.”

One thing is clear: he definitely doesn’t want Democrat Doug Jones to take the seat that was once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. This desire to stop Jones may be enough for the President to break from most Republican Senators and Congressman who have broken ties and unendorsed Moore.

“We don’t need a liberal Democrat in that seat,” said Trump. “He [Roy Moore] totally denies them, you have to listen to him also … we don’t need somebody soft on crime like Jones.”

My Take

This makes sense for the President and not just for party reasons. As someone who has also been accused multiple times of sexual misconduct, it behooves him to stand by someone who has had accusations made against him. At this point, there seems to be a sliver of doubt being cast on some of the allegations, though a majority of Republicans on Capitol Hill are treating them as credible.

In Moore’s defense, the President reiterated a point that Moore has been making since the allegations were first reported by the Washington Post:

“I do have to say, 40 years is a long time. He has run eight races and this has never come up.”

If the President chooses to campaign for Moore next week, he’ll be running squarely against the Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell. Before the allegations were reported, it was very unlikely McConnell would have supported Moore, though he certainly wouldn’t have opposed them. Moments after the allegations were released, McConnell and many of his cronies were instantaneous in their rebukes against Moore. McConnell has also indicated he would immediately open an ethics investigation against Moore if he wins the election on December 12.

The race is tighter than one might expect when a candidate is accused of sexually assaulting children while in his thirties. In conservative Alabama, a nod from the President may even be enough to push Moore over the top.

Further Reading

President Trump Slams Judge Roy Moore’s Democrat Opponent Doug Jones Donald Trump all but endorsed Ten Commandments Judge Roy Moore on Tuesday in an exchange with reporters, casting doubt on the allegations against the legendary former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, a Christian conservative constitutionalist.

Reporters pressed Trump on whether he believed the various allegations against Moore that have been orchestrated less than a month away from the December 12, Alabama U.S. Senate election.

The President repeated that Judge Moore “totally denies” the claims, revealing that Moore told him that himself and that he’s a “very special guy.”

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CBS fires Charlie Rose



Charlie Rose fired by CBS

Charlie Rose, following a report from the Washington Post that he allegedly sexually harassed eight women, has been fired by CBS. He is also currently suspended by PBS and Bloomberg.

CBS News President David Rhodes said in a statement, “Despite Charlie’s important journalistic contribution to our news division, there is absolutely nothing more important, in this or any organization, than ensuring a safe, professional workplace.”

This is the latest in a long string of powerful men being taken down by the alleged past actions regarding sexual misconduct.

Further Reading

Eight women say Charlie Rose sexually harassed them — with nudity, groping and lewd calls women have told The Washington Post that longtime television host Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances toward them, including lewd phone calls, walking around naked in their presence, or groping their breasts, buttocks or genital areas.

The women were employees or aspired to work for Rose at the “Charlie Rose” show from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011. They ranged in age from 21 to 37 at the time of the alleged encounters. Rose, 75, whose show airs on PBS and Bloomberg TV, also co-hosts “CBS This Morning” and is a contributing correspondent for “60 Minutes.”

Charlie Rose out at CBS News amid sexual harassment allegations TV news anchor Charlie Rose has been fired from CBS News a day after reports emerged that he sexually harassed numerous women since the 1990s.

CBS News President David Rhodes emailed staff Tuesday that Rose was let go over the “extremely disturbing and intolerable behavior” reported at his interview show.

BREAKING: Charlie Rose Fired by CBS Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations to the Associated Press, Rose has been terminated from the network after eight different women came forward and accused Rose of sexual harassment and assault, including walking around naked in front of them, lewd phone calls, and inappropriate touching.

CBS initially suspended Rose when the news broke.

Rose soon released a statement in which he said he takes responsibility for his actions, though he felt these feelings were shared between him and the women he was pursuing.

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Things are looking better for Roy Moore



Things are looking better for Roy Moore

A general rule in politics is that if you win, you seek to win big. There are plenty of political brownie points to be scored and talking points to be made when circumstance shift in one side’s favor. The left made major gains off of the Washington Post article, and the right is trying to mitigate these points with Al Franken. Roy Moore is looking to capitalize on Gloria Allred and Beverly Nelson. Monday night he posted these statements on his twitter account.

In this tweet, Roy Moore shows that his campaign investigated the claims made against him and some key witnesses express their discrepancies with the details presented by Allred. Two of the witnesses, Rhonda Ledbetter and Renee Schivera were employed at or around the time Nelson claims to have worked their. The other witness, Johnny Belyeu, is someone who by his police experience would have known Moore and also so happened to have been a regular at Olde Hickory House. His testimony is that he never saw the Judge there and never saw Nelson working either. This corroborates what the other two witnesses said. None ever saw Moore there and none remember working with Nelson.

In rendering their accounts, Moore’s witnesses dispute the closing time of the restaurant, the setting specifically the isolation and location of the dumpsters, and the minimum age of an employee. They even lay the claim that they the media refused their testimony. If true, Roy Moore is almost vindicated. Beverly Nelson already appears to lack credibility with her lawyer’s refusal to hand the yearbook to a third party in order to allow experts to analyze the handwriting.



DailyWire: WATCH: Former Alabama Mall Manager Says Roy Moore WASN’T Banned Over Harassment Claims

The former manager of the mall in Alabama that some claim GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore was banned from dropped a bombshell in a recent interview with a local FOX affiliate station in Birmingham.

Barnes Boyle, who managed the Gadsden Mall from 1981 to 1996, told WBRC FOX 6 on Wednesday that Roy Moore was not actually banned from the local mall for approaching teenaged girls.

“Sure, it was part of the job,” Boyle said. “We did have written reports and things. But to my knowledge, he was not banned from the mall.”

Boyle’s claims directly contradict a report in The New Yorker, a strong left-leaning publication, that said Moore was banned from the mall for soliciting sex from teenagers.
RCP: Alabama Senate Special Election – Moore vs. Jones (December 12)

RCP Average: Jones +0.2

Polling Data

Poll Date Sample MoE
Jones (D)
Moore (R)
RCP Average 11/9 – 11/15 46.5 46.3 Jones +0.2
Gravis 11/14 – 11/15 628 LV 3.5 47 42 Jones +5
FOX News 11/13 – 11/15 649 LV 3.5 50 42 Jones +8
FOX 10/Strategy Research 11/13 – 11/13 3000 LV 2.0 43 49 Moore +6
Emerson 11/9 – 11/11 600 LV 3.9 45 55 Moore +10
JMC Analytics* 11/9 – 11/11 575 LV 4.1 48 44 Jones +4
Opinion Savvy 11/9 – 11/9 515 LV 4.3 46 46 Tie
NOQReport: Roy Moore is really Alabama versus the world

If the pundits, journalists and politicians in Washington D.C. want Roy Moore to step down, Alabama voters are more likely to want him elected. If Mitch McConnell says Moore will be expelled if seated, Alabamians will reply “screw you, Mitch.”

Everything happening with Roy Moore, from an Alabama voter’s point of view, is simply more federal carpetbaggers telling them what to do, who to elect, and how to live. Alabama voters, even the ones who don’t agree with Moore’s religious stance, don’t take kindly to that kind of lecturing from outsiders. There’s been a whole lot of lecturing about Roy Moore, if you haven’t noticed. It doesn’t matter if they’re right, if you haven’t noticed. Being right has little to do with it.

This is the reason the Alabama GOP has refused to step away from Moore. They know.



Final Thoughts

If Roy Moore can successfully debunk one accuser, momentum builds to show that the others are lying as well. When someone is accuse of horrid actions, we should lend an ear to hear their defense. Roy Moore brought fourth witnesses on his behalf that collectively are more credible than Beverly Nelson. This is a victory for Moore. This allows him to show the Alabama voters that the media is trying to control this election. Alabama is not a docile state when it comes to DC politics, and Moore has capitalized off of that so far, and now has more fuel for that fire.

If the other accusers are honest, they should really be hating Gloria Allred for bringing such an unprepared accuser to the spotlight. Her story is crumbling fast and it detracts away from the seriousness of the others. If Moore ends up winning, Allred’s lies will be a major contributing factor, even if the others are true.

The poll numbers aren’t entirely worth looking at for the largest sample size shows Moore ahead. Honestly, it’s going to be hard for Jones to convince Roy Moore defectors to come out and vote for him. The same struggle is true for Moore. Also these polls may suffer from a Halo effect, where respondents didn’t want to admit their intentions on voting for Moore. This is one of the reasons I think polls showed Hillary winning. Either way, Roy Moore is having a better week this week than last week. He might be beginning to whether the media blitzkrieg.

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