TED CRUZ DISCUSSES GRAPEFRUITS

TED CRUZ DISCUSSES GRAPEFRUITS

OUTRAGE ON THE LEFT AFTER CRUZ SAYS

LIBERAL MEN NEVER GROW BALLS

Ted Cruz is already known as one of the most outspoken conservatives in American politics.

He once figuratively dunked on liberal talking head Jimmy Kimmel in a basketball game.

Now Cruz has turned his attention towards Trevor Noah.

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The host of the daily show went on a tirade about gender reveal parties after a pyrotechnic device caused a massive fire.

Noah said: “Like given everything we’re learning about gender, gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual gender, and to pitch in some cash for the fire damage.”

Cruz responded on Twitter: “A fair point. Many liberal males never grow balls….”

TED CRUZ DISCUSSES GRAPEFRUITS IN LIBERAL MEN

The Hill has more on Cruz’s statements:

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) on Friday responded to a tweet about a segment on gender reveal parties from Trevor Noah’s “The Daily Show,” saying “many liberal males never grow balls.”

Cruz wrote his comment in a retweet of an article from conservative news website The Daily Wire, which critiqued Noah for railing against gender reveal parties.

In Tuesday’s episode of the Comedy Central show, Noah referenced the fact that one of the three major wildfires currently burning in California was sparked by a gender reveal party. Noah said he believed the practice of celebrating a baby’s gender was “outdated.”

“Celebrating a baby’s genitalia is starting to feel very outdated,” Noah said. “Like, given everything we’re learning about gender, gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual gender.”

Ted Cruz dunks on another liberal

Liberals naturally melted down and cried for their safe spaces.

The Inquisitr with more:

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took aim at The Daily Show host Trevor Noah on Friday for his recent claim that he is offended by “outdated” gender reveal parties because the children have not yet picked one, The Hill reported.

“A fair point,” Cruz wrote in response to an article on the comment. “Many liberal males never grow balls.”

Noah made the comments on Tuesday’s episode of his Comedy Central show.

“Celebrating a baby’s genitalia is starting to feel very outdated. Like, given everything we’re learning about gender, gender reveal parties should only happen when the child is old enough to know their actual gender.”

According to The Daily Wire, gender and biological sex are “inextricably connected,” despite Noah’s attempts to separate them. The publication pointed to the American Psychiatric Association and noted that the network acknowledged that gender dysphoria stems from a “conflict” between a person’s identified gender and their “assigned gender.”

As noted by The Hill, Cruz previously used gender identity to poke fun of Bernie Sanders, who he said simultaneously identifies as every gender. He has also been open about his opposition to gender-neutral bathrooms and support for laws that oppose them.

The Republican senator also claimed that parents who allow their children to have a gender transition are engaging in child abuse. 


TRUMP IN HENDERSON SUNDAY 9-13-2020

TRUMP IN HENDERSON SUNDAY 9-13-2020


President Trump will be in Henderson, Nevada on Sunday 9-13-2020.

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Event will be held at 7:00 pm at Xtreme Manufacturing, located at 8350 Eastgate road

Nevada does prohibit gatherings of more than 50 people so unknow if tickets are available.

Contact the campaigns web site HERE to inquire about tickets.


GEORGE FLOYD FAMILY DISPUTES DRUG ALLEGATIONS

GEORGE FLOYD FAMILY DISPUTES DRUG ALLEGATIONS

George Floyd’s family disputes drug allegations

GEORGE FLOYD FAMILY DISPUTES DRUG ALLEGATIONS

The family of George Floyd pushed back against accusations levied against him in court on Friday,

After lawyers claimed he had taken drugs prior to his fatal encounter with Minneapolis police in May.

Defense attorneys for the four officers charged in Floyd’s death claimed he had swallowed fentanyl,

A deadly synthetic opioid, before his arrest, but the slain man’s lawyers disputed that.

Ben Crump, a lawyer for Floyd’s family, accused the defense team of blaming the dead,

A legal maneuver that “flies in the face of what we see with our own eyes on the video,”

He added, referring to viral cellphone footage of an officer with his knee on Floyd’s neck before his death.

“The only overdose that killed George Floyd was an overdose of excessive force and racism by the Minneapolis Police Department.

George was lucid, cooperative, obeyed commands and had situational awareness when he died,” Crump said in a statement.

“The world witnessed his asphyxiation on video, and now defense counsel is asking us to disbelieve our own eyes.

Multiple autopsies determined that he died of asphyxiation because of the officers kneeling on his back and neck.”

GEORGE FLOYD FAMILY DISPUTES DRUG ALLEGATIONS

George Floyd’s family raise their fists at a press conference outside the family justice center after a court hearing on the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Sept. 11, 2020.

He claimed Floyd told the officers that he couldn’t breathe and “pleaded for his life,” but those pleas were ignored.

ATTORNEY SAYS DRUGS CLASSIC POLICE DEFLECTION

“It is classic police defense to blame the dead and claim that suspects with any amount of drugs in their system were responsible for their own death,” he said.

“It’s called ‘blame the dead,’ and it flies in the face of what we see with our own eyes on the video.”

Crump gathered with the Floyd family outside the Family Justice Center,

Where the pre-trial hearing took place as more than 200 peaceful protesters marched nearby in support.

Some gave speeches condemning the police, including the officers involved in Floyd’s death, while others chanted anti-police brutality slogans.

THE FAMILY SAYS IT IS PAINFUL

Philonise Floyd, George Floyd’s brother, said the “painful” video of his brother dying has traumatized his family forever.

But he said listening to the defense team “blame him for his own death” showed how unfair the justice system is.

Fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is escorted from from the rear of the Family Justice Center

“Watching our brother die on video was the most painful experience of our lives.

But listening to those defending these officers blame him for his own death today felt like a knife in the heart,” Philonise Floyd said in a statement.

“It shows the degree to which the justice system works to protect those in authority at our expense.”

Crump also accused the opposing counsel of portraying “negative narratives” often used against Black victims of police brutality,

In which individuals effectively are “assassinated a second time when the official story line destroys their character after they are dead.”

Attorney Antonio Romanucci, who’s also representing the family in the case,

Said the officers actions displayed the “shameful failure” of the Minneapolis Police Department.

“When George said the first time that he could not breathe, they had a duty to check his oxygen exchange and ensure that he was breathing normally.

They did not,” he said in a statement Friday. “In fact, they let him beg and plead for breath until there was none left, and he was dead.

They exerted deadly force on a non-violent suspect who was subdued, handcuffed and prone.”

In addition to the criminal charges, the family filed a civil lawsuit against the city of Minneapolis and the four officers involved,

Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng — in July.

The lawsuit claims they used unnecessary and excessive force when detaining George Floyd, resulting in his death.

THE FAMILY SEEKING COMPENSATIONS

They are seeking compensatory and special damages and requesting that the city “properly trains and supervises its police officers.”

Last month, a defense attorney for Chauvin asked to have all charges dropped against his client,

Arguing the death of Floyd, 46, allegedly was the result of a drug overdose and not caused by the officer pinning Floyd to the ground with his knee.

Chauvin, who was charged with second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter, pleaded not guilty.

Attorneys for Lane and Kueng previously argued that their clients were rookies who followed Chauvin’s lead.

Bob Paule, an attorney for Thao, said his client’s role was removed from the attack as he was on crowd control while the others restrained Floyd.

The officers are scheduled stand trail in March of 2021.

MINNEAPOLIS HAS MADE CHANGES AND REFORMS

The Minneapolis Police Department issued a series of reforms in the wake of the fatal incident.

The department now bans officers from shooting at moving vehicles and they are now required to use the lowest level of force possible when apprehending suspects.

“The most impactful thing that we do in this profession is when a decision is made and we have to take a life.

Sanctity of life is the cornerstone of how we are guided as a police department, so I see these new changes and updates to use-of-force policy,

I think, [keep] both both our officers and our public safe,”

Police Chief Medaria Arradondo told reporters last month. “It strengthens our values toward de-escalation and encourages a more reportable force.”

He said the reforms were aimed at reducing encounters like the one that led to Floyd’s death.

“What I have heard from communities over the course of several years is the impact when officers point their weapons at them,

Even if it doesn’t result in an arrest situation, the trauma that can have,” Arradondo said.

“That’s a threatening use of force and we have not captured that before.

It’ll be new for our department members, but it speaks to trying to build that public trust.”

DAWG SAYS: THE ATTORNEY SAID MR. FLOYD WAS “LUCID” THE VIDEO MAY SAY DIFFERENT.

DECIDE FOR YOURSELF.

HE ALSO SAID IT IS A CLASSIC DEFENSE BY POLICE TO BLAME DRUGS.

ALSO, IT SEEMS TO BE A CLASSIC DEENSE OF A SUSPECT OR SURVIVING FAMILY TO BLAME EVERYONE BUT THE SUSPECT.

MY OPINION THE OFFICERS DID NOT COMMIT MURDER BUT DID HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIS SAFETY,

AND FAILED AT THAT SO THERE IS POSSIBLE NEGLIGENCE.


BLM MOCKS 9-11 ANNIVERSARY

BLM MOCKS 9-11 ANNIVERSARY

‘All Buildings Matter’ is Trending

Twitter users are using the hashtag #AllBuildingsMatter on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks,

To make a point about the obtuseness or insensitivity of responding to the Black Lives Matter movement with the phrase “All Lives Matter.”

However, the hashtag is being criticized by many for being insensitive itself, or for diminishing the tragedy of the terrorist attacks.

The trend appears to have been started by a Black Lives Matter supporter who said: “9/11 is sad but let’s remember that #AllBuildingsMatter,”

And in response to the attention the tweet received, then said: “obviously remember the innocent lives lost, but you get the point of this tweet…”

BLM MOCKS 9-11 ANNIVERSARY

Twitter user Zackary explained his reasoning behind the phrase: “#AllBuildingsMatter isn’t about downplaying the tragedy of 9/11,

It’s an illustration of how ‘All Lives Matter’ downplays the severity of police brutality.

It’s not stooping to their level, it’s showing them their own idiocy in terms even they can understand.

“9/11 was and is a horrible tragedy.

Unarmed black people dying at the hands of police is a horrible tragedy. No one should attempt to trivialize either one.”

The point of the hashtag is apparently to highlight how the phrase “All Lives Matter” misses the point of the phrase “Black Lives Matter.”

“Black Lives Matter” aims to draw attention to how Black people face systemic racism and are disproportionately subjected to police brutality.

Supporters of the movement say the phrase does not suggest that non-Black lives do not matter, but instead draws attention to the issues that Black people face.

The phrase “#AllBuildingsMatter” began to trend after being repeated by a number of accounts.

Bishop Talbert Swan, a pastor who has previously had his Twitter account suspended for “hateful conduct,”

Used the hashtag to make reference to the Tulsa massacre of 1921.

“#NeverForget when white mobs of attacked Black residents and businesses of the Greenwood District (Black Wall St) in Tulsa,

The worst incident of racial violence in American history.

Hundreds of Black people were killed and 35 square blocks were destroyed. #AllBuildingsMatter,” he posted.

Another Twitter user seemed to draw a comparison between how protestors have been blamed for being injured,

Or how African Americans have been blamed for being killed and said: “Maybe if the buildings moved out the way or I dunno ‘complied’ they’d still be there.”

The origins of the phrase

“All Buildings Matter”

This is not the first time the phrase has been uttered to use the national tragedy of September 11 to attack those who criticize the semantics of “Black Lives Matter.”

Saturday Night Live comedian Michael Che used the phrase “All Buildings Matter” in his comedy show in 2016,

To draw a comparison between why we should remember 9/11 and why systemic racism should be paid attention to.

In the show, Che questions why Black people are told to “get over” slavery and segregation but why the U.S. is told to “never forget” the September 11 attacks.

Outrage over the phrase being used on 9/11

However, the phrase has been criticized for suggesting that the 9/11 memorials are reflecting on the loss of the World Trade Center as a building,

Rather than the people who died in the attacks, and for trivializing the tragedy.

A number of Republican election candidates spoke of their disgust with the phrase trending on Twitter.

Ohio congressional candidate Rob Weber said, “The hashtag #AllBuildingsMatter is trending on Twitter because radical left are SCUM,

Who have no respect for America or the people who sacrifice for her.”

California congressional candidate Lavern Spicer tweeted:

“These are the most sick and demented statements I’ve ever seen.

Anyone who promotes the #AllBuildingsMatter hashtag does not have any clue what they are doing and need serious mental help. Pure, unabashed evil.”

While the hashtag is being blamed mostly on BLM supporters and liberals,

Even some BLM supporters are criticizing the “All Buildings Matter” phrase.

A Twitter user who goes by “Antifa: Warrior Princess,” said:

“#AllBuildingsMatter is a terrible idea, guys. I 100 percent get it, but [people] lost [people] that day.

You are hurting [people] to prove to other [people] they are hurting another set of [people].

It doesn’t work and plays into the hands of MAGA. Please rethink it.”

DAWG SAYS: THIS INSENSITIVE RESPONSE SHOW HOW THE THOUGHT PROCESS OF THIS MOVEMENT WORKS

BLM IS ABOUT THEIR AGENDA AND ONLY THEIR AGENDA AND NOT THE GREATER GOOD.

THEIR RESPONSE AND COMMENTS SPEAK VOLUMES ABOUT THEIR MOTIVES.

AND THIS MOVEMENT IS BEING ENDORSED BY MANY IN GOVERNMENT THESE DAYS.

CANT WE START TO HAVE REAL CONVERSATION ABOUT SOME OF THIS STUFF?


NOR CAL ADVENTURES: JOHN STEINBECKS COTTAGE

NOR CAL ADVENTURES: JOHN STEINBECKS COTTAGE

Plan A Stay At John Steinbeck’s Writer Studio That’s Now A Cozy Cottage Hideaway In Northern California

It’s no secret that writer John Steinbeck had a strong link to California.

It’s well documented that the prolific novelist called Northern California home for some time,

And some of his most famous works take place across destinations like the Salinas Valley and the California Coast Ranges.

The thought of staying in the very writer studio where Steinbeck left his mark on the literary world is exciting, to say the least,

And it turns out that you can do exactly that.

A magnet for literary lovers, this Airbnb may just be one of the most unique options for your next getaway.

A historic studio once owned by author John Steinbeck has been turned into the cozy cottage hideaway of your dreams.

Currently available on Airbnb for $70 per night, your time here will definitely be something to remember.

In a letter to a friend, Steinbeck wrote “I bought a small house and garden in Pacific Grove.”

That very same cottage survives to this day, so you can see for yourself what it’s like to stay in a spectacular piece of literary history.

Originally built in the 1920s, the cottage’s architectural style is full of charm from this century-old era.

Taller guests are warned that they’ll have to duck beneath the short doorways!

However, the cottage has also been beautifully renovated to make your visit as cozy as can be.


At just 350-square-feet, the cottage can accommodate up to two guests with one bedroom and one bathroom.

It’s perfect for a romantic getaway with your partner or a solo retreat by yourself—so you can write the next Great American Novel, of course!

Boasting a quaint atmosphere and all the amenities you could desire, the cottage by itself makes for a fantastic getaway.

However, knowing that classics such as The Sea of Cortez were written here makes the experience all the more memorable.


Additionally, the cottage is centrally located around many of Pacific Grove’s most scenic destinations and popular attractions.

Spend your visit cozied up in the cottage or out on the town, you can’t go wrong with whichever you choose.

Whether you’re a fan of Steinbeck or simply looking for a relaxing escape,

this cottage in Pacific Grove provides an experience like no other.

Check it out and you may just feel like you’ve stumbled upon Eden.


What do you think? Are you ready to plan a retreat to this cozy writer studio?

It’s pretty amazing to think Steinbeck himself called this old cottage home.

Address: 147 11th St, Pacific Grove, CA 93950