DIPSHIDIOT DEA AGENT AT CAPITAL RIOT COMMITS CARREER SUICIDE.


Off-duty DEA agent brought his government-issued gun to the Capitol riot, prosecutors say

An off-duty special agent for the Drug Enforcement Agency carried his government-issued firearm while attending the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday. Prosecutors say he posed for pictures while flashing his DEA badge and climbed onto the Peace Monument to film himself as he delivered a “monologue.”

Mark Ibrahim, of Orange County, California, was arrested Tuesday and charged with four crimes that include making a false statement and carrying a firearm on restricted grounds.

Court documents said Ibrahim entered restricted grounds outside the U.S. Capitol shortly after they’d been breached by the mob, and posted a photo standing next to one of the metal barricades that had recently been pulled apart. Prosecutors also said he sent photos of himself at the Capitol to a group chat on WhatsApp that included at least five other law enforcement officers.

DAWG SAYS: ANOTHER IDIOT POSING FOR SOCIAL MEDIA AND NO BRAINS IN HIS HEAD. SOCIAL MEDIA IS NOT YOUR FRIEND.


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CALIFORNIA COURT RULING INFURIATES LGBTQ ADVOCATS (READ RULING HERE)

Court Says Law Mandating Trans Pronouns Violates Freedom of Speech

A California appellate court ruled that a provision in a state law is violating First Amendment rights. The provision passed four years ago mandates that certain health care workers use transgender pronouns.

The ruling from California’s Third District Court of Appeal impacts SB 219. It forced nursing home workers to use preferred transgender pronouns and names for patients. Violators of the law “could be charged with a misdemeanor and subject to punishment of a $1000 fine, or even up to one year in jail.”

The Washington Blade writes, “The Court, in a unanimous 3-0 decision, struck down this key provision of the LGBTQ Long-Term Care Facility Residents’ Bill of Rights, created by SB 219 in 2017, authored by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and sponsored by Equality California. The Court upheld the provision in the law that requires nursing homes to place transgender patients in rooms that match their gender identity.”


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SOME SENIORS GETTING WET AND LOVING IT (VIDEO)

For the residents at the Oaks at Northpointe in Zanesville, Ohio, 2019 was a summer to remember. On June 7, the staff set up a senior’s slip and slide for the residents, and the iconic outing went viral on social media.

An Incredibly Fun Senior’s Slip and Slide

The video depicts 94-year-old Millie enjoying Senior Health and Wellness Day, going down the water slide with the assistance of several staff members. According Good Morning America Altier said that 30 of the residents joined the event. While many of the facility’s 98 residents chose not to join, Millie was the oldest participant.

YOU WILL NOTE THIS IS A REPEAT ARTICLE. FACE CROOKS TOOK THE ORIGINAL ONE DOWN. I APPEALED AND STILL NO WORD FROM FACISTBOOK.


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PG&E GOING TO BURY POWER LINES-GUESS WHO PAYS FOR IT


Wildfires: PG&E will place 10,000 miles of electric lines underground

PG&E unveils underground electric line plan while wildfire linked to utility rages on

Pacific Gas & Electric, the state’s largest power company, said Wednesday that it plans to place 10,000 miles of power lines underground to reduce the possibility of sparking massive wildfires in Northern and Central California — but the utility provided no timeline for the project and limited details of how it would be paid for.

The promise comes three days after the utility admitted that its equipment may have sparked the Dixie Fire burning across at least 85,000-acres in rugged Butte County in the same area where a PG&E transmission line caused the Camp Fire, which killed 85 people and destroyed the town of Paradise in 2018.

PG&E executives estimated that the “starting point” for the project’s total cost is about $15 billion to $20 billion. Utility ratepayers are likely to foot the bill for these massive upgrades: PG&E plans to seek approval from the state Public Utilities Commission for more revenue from customers, executives confirmed, meaning that monthly bills may rise. But the utility also said it would explore new technologies in the hopes of making undergrounding lines both cheaper and faster.

Dawg says: prepare for a large rate increase to pay for this.


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