Category: White Christians

GOP ‘Deportation Bus’ Candidate Indicted On Fraud Charges

ATLANTA (AP) — A Republican gubernatorial candidate in Georgia who campaigned in a “deportation bus” has turned himself in to county jail after being indicted on charges including insurance fraud.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports an attorney for state Sen. Michael Williams said Wednesday that the indictment presented a “one-sided story” and Williams would be “out soon” after arranging bond.
The charges stem from a May incident when Williams reported that his campaign office was burglarized. Williams’ campaign manager said then that $300,000 worth of computers used to mine cryptocurrency was taken.

Williams is accused of lying to investigators and making a false insurance claim.

Williams finished last in the five-man Republican gubernatorial primary in May. His campaign was based on loyalty to President Donald Trump and a series of publicity stunts, including the controversial “deportation bus.”

Report Finds Names of 500 Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse Were Never Released to the Public

Chicago, IL- Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan on Wednesday issued a blistering report about clergy sexual abuse, saying that Catholic dioceses in Illinois has not released the names of at least 500 clergy accused of sexually abusing children.

The preliminary report found that the church’s six archdioceses have done a woefully inadequate job of investigating allegations and in some cases did not investigate them at all or notify the state’s child welfare agency. The report said accusations have been leveled against 690 priests, while Catholic officials have publicly identified only 185 clergy with credible allegations against them.

The determination is part of a preliminary report made public Wednesday by Madigan’s office, which has been investigating Catholic clergy sexual abuse of minors following revelations during the summer of widespread abuse and cover-ups by Catholic officials in Pennsylvania. The report was critical of the six Catholic dioceses that govern parishes across Illinois for their lack of transparency and flawed investigations.

Although the report says that “Clergy sexual abuse of minors in Illinois is significantly more extensive than the Illinois Dioceses previously reported,” it does not estimate how many of the allegations against the 690 clergy should have been deemed credible. Some of the allegations go back decades.

The report says Illinois dioceses “have lost sight of both a key tenet” of policies laid out by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops as well as “the most obvious human need as a result of these abhorrent acts of abuse: the healing and reconciliation of survivors.”

“Long after legal remedies have expired, the Catholic Church has the ability and moral responsibility to survivors to offer support and services, and to take swift action to remove abusive clergy,” the report states.

Illinois church leaders expressed regret about the abuse, but pointed to steps they have taken to address what has become an international crisis.

Chicago’s archbishop, Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, in a statement said that although he regretted “our failures to address the scourge of clerical sexual abuse,” the archdiocese has been a leader in dealing with the issue, including a policy since 2002 of reporting “all allegations of child sexual abuse to civil authorities.”

The Springfield diocese said that it reviewed paper files of clergy dating to its 1923 founding and provided Madigan’s office with documentation of each instance of abuse, regardless of whether it was deemed credible, according to a statement.

The Diocese of Joliet said in a statement that it took steps such as establishing in 1993 a review committee made up of people from law enforcement, social service agencies and others to investigate allegations of sexual abuse.

Madigan said her office’s findings make it clear that notifying authorities is critical, and pointing to instances when dioceses used personal information about people to discredit them and help them conclude accusations weren’t credible. “The preliminary stages of this investigation have already demonstrated that the Catholic Church cannot police itself,” she said.

School Official Bullied Trans Student, Demanded Student Urinate in Front of Him

Clarksburg, WV- A transgender boy in West Virginia says that he was bullied by a school official in a bathroom. Michael Critchfield, 15, said that he just wanted to use the bathroom at Liberty High School, before getting on the bus for a band trip. He went to the boys room and made sure no one was in it – something he has been in the habit of doing to avoid conflict.

What should have been a simple trip to the bathroom suddenly turned into a humiliating ordeal last month when Critchfield’s assistant principal allegedly burst in and began to berate and bully the student over his gender identity.

“I saw he was blocking the entrance to the bathroom. He kept raising his voice and saying, ‘Why are you in this bathroom? You shouldn’t be here.’” Critchfield recalled.

Assistant Principal Lee Livengood allegedly told Critchfield to “come out here and use the urinal” to prove that he belongs in the boys room. Michael then explained he was assigned female at birth but identified as a male.

“If you can’t use this urinal, then you shouldn’t be in here,” Critchfield told the Huffington Post Livengood shouted. “What if a student said you were checking them out in here?”

The confrontation lasted three or four minutes, and other students down the hall could hear what was happening. A parent chaperone intervened, and Livengood said it was a “misunderstanding”, but continued to misgender Critchfield.

“I wasn’t trying to be rude or anything,” Livengood allegedly said. “I’m not going to lie, you freak me out.”

“I was like breaking down crying from all the stress,” Critchfield said. “I was very anxious and frustrated. He wouldn’t let me talk. It was very traumatizing.”

After the trip, when his mother Caroline came to pick him up, Critchfield and several witnesses filled her in on what happened.

“It’s heartbreaking,” she said. “How could someone who’s supposed to be in an administrative position do something like this? It made me sick to my stomach.”

Harrison County Schools has not responded to the letter, but district officials apologized to the family and promised that there would be an investigation. That was the last they heard from the school district, two months ago.

“I just want to feel safe and welcome in my school,” Critchfield said.

Priest Removed From Ministry. Again.

OTTAWA, Illinois – An Illinois priest has been removed from ministry again.

LaSalle News Tribune reports that Ottawa’s Catholic parishes removed Father Jeffrey Windy from the priesthood in March. Officials found that Windy had involved himself in a criminal court case by visiting a crime victim with the suspect’s father, who is a parishioner. Windy visited an 82-year-old crime victim along with the father of the woman who had robbed her. That man later would be charged with attempted harassment of the victim.

Windy had previously been removed from ministry after a conviction for manufacturing and selling the date-rape drug GHB. Windy was arrested in 2002 while at a different parish and served time in federal prison for manufacturing the drug. He returned to parish work in 2013 and then served at Holy Trinity and Historic St. Patrick’s churches, both in Bloomington, before going to Ottawa in 2017.

Monsignor James Kruse, the vicar general of the Diocese of Peoria, says Windy didn’t consult his superiors before getting involved. Kruse says that shows Windy hasn’t overcome “a pattern of imprudence.”

Windy’s attorney says the diocese is seeking to permanently remove Windy from the priesthood. The attorney says the removal isn’t justified.

The Catholic Diocese of Peoria’s website currently lists Windy as being on a leave of absence.

Acting Attorney General Has History of Wanting to Ban Abortion

As Republicans prepared to battle Barack Obama’s re-election in 2011, Matthew Whitaker bounded on to a stage in Washington to rally the party’s troops on the “culture wars” between conservatives and liberals on social policy.

“They’re not over,” Whitaker assured his audience, at an event convened by Steve King, the rightwing Iowa congressman. “We’re still fighting.”

Whitaker and his allies lost ensuing battles on issues such as same-sex marriage. But civil rights activists fear that having now been installed as Donald Trump’s acting attorney general, Whitaker is readying a counterattack.

A review by The Guardian of previously unreported remarks revealed Whitaker has advocated for hardline anti-abortion policies that would drastically reshape laws affecting American women seeking to terminate a pregnancy.

Whitaker, a conservative Christian, endorsed “personhood” bills that would effectively outlaw abortion, and said as a Senate candidate that he would spend every day in Washington pushing anti-abortion policy.

He also once said that as a federal prosecutor, he personally disagreed with having to use a clinic protection law against a man who crashed his car into a women’s health facility and tried to set it on fire while complaining about abortion.

The comments position Whitaker, a conservative Christian, as an even more forceful opponent of abortion than his predecessor, Jeff Sessions, whose own record on the issue raised concerns among abortion rights advocates.

Whitaker, 49, has been frank about the strength of his religious views. In 2014, as a private attorney in Iowa representing an editor fired for writing homophobic blog posts, Whitaker told a radio interviewer: “We’re all poor, miserable sinners … without a saviour we’re all doomed to eternal damnation.”

Earlier that year, Whitaker said judges needed a “biblical view of justice” and raised doubts about the judgment of non-religious lawyers. In 2007, as US attorney for Iowa’s southern district, Whitaker was ordered by justice department officials in Washington to pull out of a planned appearance hosting an event for the Iowa Christian Alliance.

While seeking the Iowa Republican party’s US Senate nomination in 2014, Whitaker told a group of college students he was “100% pro-life” and supported a bill proposed by Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky that would grant constitutional protections to fetuses the moment they were conceived, effectively outlawing abortion. Video footage of the event was viewed by the Guardian.

“I don’t want to criminalize females who find themselves in crisis. But at the same time, I do believe life begins at conception,” Whitaker said at the time.

Pro Gun Preacher Shoots Woman After Demanding Sex

A former pastor has been charged with murder after he allegedly kidnapped three women and forced two to perform sex acts on him.  Thomas Bruce, 53, of Missouri, was charged with 17 crimes including first-degree murder, sodomy, kidnapping, burglary, and tampering with evidence on Wednesday following the incident on Monday, according to The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He is being held without bail.

Bruce was once a pastor in Missouri and had a history of going on social media rants against “gun-free zones”. Just last week, for example, he called for abolishing gun-free zones on the grounds that “we should stop expecting criminals to follow the rules.”

This week, police say 53-year-old Thomas Bruce initially posed as a customer of a Catholic Supply store in Ballwin. When he saw that there were two female employees and one female customer in the store, Bruce told the employees he had forgotten his credit card and would come back.

When Bruce returned, he forced the three women to go with him into a back room at gunpoint. After they went with them, he ordered them to strip and “perform deviant sexual acts on him,” police allege.

One of the women, Jamie Schmidt refused to give in to his demands, and Bruce allegedly killed her with a shot to the head. This prompted the other two women to begin complying with his requests, and Bruce eventually fled the scene.

St. Louis County police searched Bruce’s trailer home at the Quail Run Estates mobile home park in the Antonia area of Jefferson County where they arrested him early Wednesday. An American flag and a Gadsden “Don’t Tread on Me” flag waved on a pole outside.


In January 2017, Bruce and his wife, Diane, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in St. Louis, listing assets of about $92,000 and debts of nearly $159,000.

The bankruptcy was discharged in April 2017. Wells Fargo Bank foreclosed on the couple’s home in August, records show.

It is not clear if Bruce has an attorney.

American Missionary Killed After Trespassing on Remote Island

An American man was killed on an island inhabited by a tribe that resides on the remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands hundreds of miles off the coast of India.

The American was identified as 27-year-old John Allen Chau, who sources said was a Christian missionary who wanted to convert the Sentinelese tribe that inhabits the island where he was killed.

Chau was killed by members of the tribe, which is a protected class under Indian law, according to police officials. Dependra Pathak, Director General of Police of the Andaman and Nicobar islands, told CNN: “We refuse to call him a tourist. Yes, he came on a tourist visa but he came with a specific purpose to preach on a prohibited island,” Pathak said. He also stressed that the Sentinelese must be left alone and that any forced contact with the outside world could put them in danger.

A complaint has been filed in Chennai by the US consulate there. The Chennai FIR is a missing persons complaint that was filed at the request of Chau’s mother.

Chau, sources said, was a missionary who wanted to meet the Sentinelese in order to convert them to Christianity. He was also looking for “adventure”, the source said.

Police spokesperson Deepak Yadav, said the Sentinelese is a sensitive tribe living in that area for 60,000 years. They should not be contacted. They could be prone to diseases from outside world. The Coast Guard and Indian Navy carry out patrolling to prevent people from entering.

Sources say Chau contacted some fishermen in order to reach the North Sentinel Island. A group of seven fishermen agreed to help and took to a forest located on the island.

Chau was murdered on the North Sentinel Island, which is part of the Andaman Islands, and seven people have been arrested in connection with the murder. The seven arrested are local fishermen who allegedly helped Chau reach the North Sentinel Island.

According to the fishermen, they used a wooden boat fitted with motors to travel to the island on November 15. Chau spent the day on the island and returned with arrow wounds. When Chau returned to the island the next day the tribespeople broke his canoe. Chau returned to the island on the 16th, but never came back. The fisherman who brought Chau to the island said they saw his body being drug around by the tribespeople.

His body has not yet been recovered.

Toy Company Creates “Build the Wall” Lego Set For Christmas

Conservative toy company has created the ultimate xenophobic toy just in time for the holidays. The company has produced Lego knock-offs — emblazoned with 45’s “Build the Wall” mantra — for $29.95. The sets are available for pre-order now from the home of “the best selection of Trump gifts anywhere!” Shipping starts Nov. 23.

The site’s promotional language explains the motivation behind the blocks:

“A mob of 10,000 Central American migrants is marching through Mexico and heading toward El Paso, Texas. Mexican border agents attempted to stop them at the Mexican border, but to no avail.

We understand why they want to flee Honduras and live and work in America. After all, we are the greatest nation on earth.

In the interest of national security, however, we cannot allow just anyone and everyone to cross our borders. While there are good people attempting to enter our nation, there are also gangs, criminals, and terrorists. Everyone who wants to enter our country must enter legally for the safety of all.

The wall must be built. The wall will keep America safe and strong. Only then will we be able to help those in need.

We are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new line of toys: MAGA building blocks! This toy makes a great Christmas gift for your kids and grandkids!

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The e-tailer, a division of Georgia-based Romulus Marketing, now peddles hundreds of “conservative resources,” including T-shirts (“printed in America on an American-made printer by a Veteran!”), bumper stickers, flags, Bibles, DVDs, books, toys and “patriotic novelty items. All items support and celebrate God and Country.”

Facebook allowed advertisers to target for White Genocide

Hey gang.
Dropping in with a quick post election Morning Wine Cellar and I gotta get to the factory a little early today.

Florida is going to let felons vote. JB Pritzker snagged up Illinois and Facebook let advertisers aim for that White Genocide click.

Facebook allowed advertisers to target for White Genocide

Remy Ma Takes The Conservative Position On R-Kelly

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In a better world, we’d handle that different.
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