‘Not a big deal’: Noncitizens who votedillegally in 2016 still on voter rolls

‘Not a big deal’: Noncitizens who voted
illegally in 2016 still on voter rolls 0 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/20/2020 7:34:11 PM Post Reply

Juan Landeros-Mireles admitted in court last year that he registered to vote and even cast ballots in the 2016 election, though he has never been a U.S. citizen. As the November election nears, he is still listed as an active voter in Wilson County, North Carolina. Given his past, it’s not likely he will try again, but his experience does strengthen an argument of voter integrity advocates: Some local rolls haven’t been cleansed of illegitimate voters, creating opportunities for fraudulent ballots to be cast. Landeros-Mireles isn’t alone. Federal prosecutors charged 17 other people with illegally voting as noncitizens in eastern North Carolina

Massive ‘F–k Cuomo and de Blasio’
mural painted on Brooklyn street 1 reply

Posted by Ribicon 9/20/2020 7:15:09 PM Post Reply

The writing’s on the wall—er, road. Fed-up New Yorkers painted a massive stretch of Brooklyn blacktop with the yellow message “F–k Cuomo and de Blasio” over the weekend in the vein of Hizzoner’s “Black Lives Matter” art, only for the city to quickly scrub the statement. The not-so-subtle shout-out to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio went up around 1 a.m. Saturday on North 15th Street between Wythe Avenue and Banker Street in Williamsburg, during the waning hours of an annual block party which this year doubled as a “small business owner protest,” one attendee told

Manhattan subway train derails after
‘laughing homeless man throws
metal clamps onto the tracks’ 9 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/20/2020 2:31:11 PM Post Reply

Police in New York have arrested a homeless man who placed metal clamps on subway tracks and watched, laughing, as a train derailed, injuring three people. The incident occurred in the West Village, as the uptown A train was entering the 14th St—Eighth Avenue station at 8:17 am. The homeless man had found a pile of tie plates, which are normally used to secure the train tracks to the foundations, on a pile of construction materials at the 14th St. station, police sources told the New York Daily News. He took the plates and put them on the tracks before the train came

Six accused of starting Oregon blazes
amid devastating wildfire season 11 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/20/2020 2:06:11 PM Post Reply

At least six men in Oregon have been accused of intentionally setting blazes during the state’s devastating wildfire season, according to a report. There is no evidence that the suspects were motivated by politics, despite conspiracies that such an animus has fueled the fires that have burned more than a million acres, Oregon Lives reported. Instead, some of the blazes were attributed to petty beef, relationship troubles and enjoying the “smell of smoke,” officials said. One of the alleged arsonists, Jedediah Ezekiel Fulton, 39, was discovered setting fires July 28 in the woods outside Glide after he became upset with a member of a local

Official: Toilet display mocking
mail-in voting is a crime 16 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/20/2020 11:59:03 AM Post Reply

Mason, Mich.—A Michigan resident’s apparent joke showing disdain for voting by mail is no laughing matter for one election official. The resident put a toilet on their lawn with a sign that says, “Place mail in ballots here.” Barb Byrum, the Democratic clerk of Ingham County, filed a complaint with police over the display, saying it could mislead people who aren’t familiar with the voting system. “It is a felony to take illegal possession of an absentee ballot,” Byrum said Friday. “Elections in this country are to be taken seriously and there are many people who are voting by mail for the first time

New look at police stats shows
the spread of violent crime
across Minneapolis this summer 8 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/20/2020 11:03:03 AM Post Reply

Violent crime has surged to record highs across Minneapolis this year, rising in more prosperous neighborhoods that typically experience few such incidents while continuing to exact the heaviest toll in the city’s poor, ethnically diverse areas. Through last week, the city had logged 3,674 violent crimes—defined as homicide, rape, robbery and aggravated assaults—up 17% from the previous five-year average for this period, according to a Star Tribune analysis of police statistics. City Council members, who have gained national attention for their calls to defund the Minneapolis Police Department, last week shifted focus and pressed Chief Medaria Arradondo to address crime in their wards.

Yet another race faker is exposed:
BLM activist and spokesman for
family of man killed by cops
admits posing as a black person 26 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/19/2020 5:04:17 PM Post Reply

A community activist who campaigned for racial justice has outed herself as a race faker after posing as a black person for years despite being white.
Satchuel Cole, born Jennifer Lynn Benton, admitted in a Facebook post to having ‘taken up space as a Black person while knowing I am white’. The activist, from Indianapolis, was a member of the Indy10 Black Lives Matter group and in 2017 acted as a spokesperson for the family of Aaron Bailey, who was shot and killed by police following a traffic stop in June 2017. Cole—who uses the pronouns they and them—is just the latest

Baltimore murder suspects protected
by sanctuary laws: ICE 6 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/15/2020 3:21:45 PM Post Reply

Two illegal immigrants suspected of an MS-13 gang killing of a 16-year-old girl in Baltimore were in police custody before, but were set free by authorities in New York and Maryland in defiance of deportation requests, allowing them to be out on the streets, ICE said Tuesday. Gabriela Alejandra Gonzalez-Ardon was found dead in woods near Loch Raven Reservoir in late May. Five people have been charged in the killing, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says three of them are illegal immigrants—and two of them were free because of sanctuary policies. “This is the worst-case scenario,”

Where’s Meghan? Fans of the Duchess
are outraged as Prince William and
Kate Middleton share a smiling snap
to mark Prince Harry’s 36th birthday
and leave his wife out 29 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/15/2020 2:56:06 PM Post Reply

Royal fans were outraged after the Duchess of Sussex was left out of photos shared on social media to mark Prince Harry’s 36th birthday today. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Queen and Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall posted a total of four photographs of the Duke of Sussex to mark the occasion but his wife Meghan Markle, 39, did not appear in any. The omission riled royal fans who took to the comments section to say it was ‘shady’ of family members to ‘literally cut Meghan out of the picture’. In response to William and Kate’s photo,

Kids at pro-Trump rally pelted with eggs
in Wilmington, Delaware, say police 11 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/15/2020 1:23:55 PM Post Reply

Delaware State Police are searching for three men accused of pelting young children and adults with eggs at a pro-President Trump rally in Democratic rival Joseph R. Biden’s hometown of Wilmington on Sunday. Police said three children ages 10, 7, and 5 and three adults ages 41, 44, and 70 were “struck by raw eggs” while attending a “Republican political rally” outside the Crossroads Restaurant. “The victims were standing on a concrete wall adjacent to westbound Kirkwood Hwy attending the event when they were struck by eggs thrown by three male suspects hanging out of the window of a passing by vehicle,”

University of Chicago’s English
Department declares it will only
accept applicants interested in
working ‘in and with Black studies’
for its next graduate admissions cycle 30 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/15/2020 11:52:26 AM Post Reply

The University of Chicago’s English Department declared it will only accept applicants interested in ‘working in and with Black studies’ for its 2020-2021 graduate admissions cycle. In a statement uploaded to the English department’s website in July, the faculty announced their commitment to the ‘struggle of Black and indigenous people, and all racialized and dispossessed people, against inequality and brutality’. ‘For the 2020-2021 graduate admissions cycle, the University of Chicago English Department is accepting only applicants interested in working in and with Black studies,’ the statement adds. ‘We understand Black studies to be a capacious intellectual project that spans a variety of methodological

Spirit passenger removed
from flight after bizarre
tirade about white privilege 31 replies

Posted by Ribicon 9/15/2020 9:47:47 AM Post Reply

A passenger was removed from a Spirit flight for being a royal pain—after claiming she is a queen from California during a tirade about white privilege and a trip to the toilet, according to a report. The unidentified black woman got up to use the bathroom at the back of the plane after it landed in Sacramento last week, Fox News reported. A passenger’s video captured the woman arguing with a flight attendant who was trying to get to the front of the aircraft. “Don’t push me,” she says.(Snip) The woman then directs her ire at a fellow passenger,

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