Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/5/2022

Robert E. Crimo III, the young man who allegedly shot up yesterday’s Independence Day Parade in Highland Park, Illinois, has been charged with seven counts of murder after one of his wounded alleged victims died. The Lake County State’s Attorney said that he expects many additional charges to be filed against Mr. Crimo.

In other news, Dutch farmers blocked the roads, and fishermen blocked the ports, as protests continued in the Netherlands against plans to reduce nitrogen emissions by culling livestock and shutting down farms.

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Financial Crisis
» Economists Warn Economic Collapse is Coming to Canada Soon
» Germany Reports First Trade Deficit in Goods Since 1991 as Business Leaders Warn of Economic Crisis
» Inflation to Peak Soon in Poland, Predicts Chief Economist
 
USA
» “I’ll be Happy When I’m Not Mayor” Philadelphia’s Jim Kenney Tells Reporters After July 4 Shooting
» 100 Windows and Doors Broken in Downtown Akron After Protests; Curfew May Lift Wednesday Morning
» 52 Shot in New York City Over July 4 Weekend
» Biden Unsure on Trip to Highland Park in Wake of Latest Deadly Mass Shooting
» California’s Leak of Gun Owner Addresses and Information is Worse Than Previously Thought
» Climate Protesters Arrested After Shutting Down DC-Area Highway
» Ghoulish Battle Over Possible Political Motivation of July 4 Shooter Begins
» Highland Park Parade Shooting Suspect Planned for Weeks; Gun Legally Purchased, Authorities Say
» Highland Park Shooting Suspect Charged With Seven Counts of First-Degree Murder
» Idiocracy
» Los Angeles Public Schools Training Teachers That ‘Merit, ‘ ‘Individualism’ Rooted in ‘Whiteness’
» New York Mayor’s Aide Robbed at Gunpoint in Brooklyn
» Police: Illinois Parade Shooter Believed to Have Bought Rifle Legally, Disguised Self as Female
» Possible 2024 Presidential Rivals Newsom, DeSantis Take Aim at Each Other in July 4 Exchange
» Protesters Burn Flag, Shoot Mortars, Break Windows in Portland
» ‘Ready for Ron’ Releases Research Showing DeSantis Favorability Growing
» Ron DeSantis Has Raised More Than $100 Million for His Reelection Bid.
» School Superintendent Speaks of ‘Indoctrination Plan’ For Loudon County Parents, Students
» Truck Where Man Was Found Dead Had Been Sitting in Houston Neighborhood for Days, Neighbors Say
» Trump Most Popular US Politician: Poll
» Twitter is Locking Accounts That Share Highland Park Shooter’s Videos
» UFC Champion Calls for Release of Epstein, Maxwell Client List
» Video: Jill Biden Has to Remind Joe to Say ‘God Bless America’ On July 4th
» YouTube Demonetizes Popular Drag Racing Channel Urban Hillbilly Videos, Rejects Appeal
 
Canada
» 16 Unvaccinated Healthcare Workers Take Manitoba Government to Court
» Canada’s Government Funds Booklet That Teaches Kids to be Suspicious of “Free Speech” Support
» Tamara Lich to Remain in Jail While Awaiting Decision on Bail
» Veteran Who Walked Across Canada to Ottawa to Face Court-Martial
» What Happened During Freedom Convoy Organizer Tamara Lich’s Bail Hearing? Sheila Gunn Reid Explains
» YouTube Censors Canadian News Outlet Western Standard (Again)
 
Europe and the EU
» Blow to Boris Johnson as Two Cabinet Ministers Resign Due to Scandals Plaguing Government
» Dutch Farmers and Fishermen Block Roads to Protest New Emissions Rules
» EU Power Prices Hit All-Time High
» EU to Create Emergency Plan for Russian Energy Cut Off
» Germans Warned of Hot Water Rationing, Limit to Maximum Allowed Room Temperatures
» Germany: Police Seek Clues After Blast at Left Party Office
» Grave of Famous Viking King Found in Poland: Report
» Italian Police Take Down Violent ‘Arab Zone 90133’ Gang in Palermo
» Italy: Software Developed to Detect ‘Non-Vaccinated’ Individuals
» Netherlands: Agent Provocateurs Caught on Camera
» Overwhelming Majority of Poles Back Permanent US Base in Poland
» Particle Physicists Announce Discovery of Three New Subatomic Particles
» ‘Reminiscent of Communist Times’ — The EU May Force Member States Like Hungary to ‘Share’ Gas With Countries Like Germany
» UK: Climate Protesters Glue Themselves to 200-Year-Old Masterpiece
» UK: Farage: Conservatives Facing ‘Biggest Electoral Cataclysm’ Since 1997 if Boris Stays
 
Israel and the Palestinians
» Polish-Israel Relations Back on Track
 
Russia
» Russia Pounds Ukraine’s Donetsk Region After Seizing Luhansk
» Russian Journalist Detained in Psychiatric Hospital Over “Fake News” Posts on Telegram
» Ukraine Round-Up: ‘Massive’ Shelling and Playing Dead to Survive
 
South Asia
» Twitter Sues India Over Censorship Demands
 
Far East
» Scientists in China Claim to Have Developed ‘Mind-Reading’ Artificial Intelligence
 
Latin America
» Mexico President: Free Assange or Dismantle Statue of Liberty
» Uruguay Judge Orders Government, Pfizer to Disclose Jab Ingredients Forthwith
 
Immigration
» 192,000 Illegal Migrants Apprehended Crossing US-Mexico Border in June
» Deadly Shootout Between Migrant Gangs at Serbia-Hungary Border Leaves Locals Terrified
» Hungarian Foreign Minister Tells ‘Brussels and Soros NGOs’ to Stop Encouraging Illegal Immigration
» Justice Department Sues Arizona Over Voter Citizenship Law
» Lithuania to Defy EU Court Ruling and Continue to Defend Its Borders, Interior Minister Vows
» People Smugglers Who Brought Ten Thousand Migrants to Britain Across Channel in 18 Months Are Arrested in Dawn Raids Across Europe…
 
Culture Wars
» Bette Midler Turns on Left, Says Trans Language Erases Women
» Breaking: Dave Rubin Suspended From Twitter After Defending Jordan Peterson
» Democratic AGs, Soros-Backed Prosecutors Vow to Defy Abortion Laws
» Disney-Funded GLSEN Launches Survey for LGBTQ Parents, Kids to Gather Data to Influence Policymakers
» EU Hands Out €220,000 to ‘Drag Queen’ Courses Targeted at Young People
» Google to Delete Location Data of Users Who Visit Abortion Clinics After Overturning of Roe V. Wade
» Sex Shop Owner Who Serves on School Board to Host Courses on Sexual ‘Pleasure’ For Kids
» Supreme Court’s Abortion Decision Has ‘Net Neutral’ Impact on Midterms: Poll
» UK: Exclusive Video: Police, Soldiers, Scouts, Healthcare Workers Join Pride Parade
» Watch: Rhode Island State Sen. Twerks Upside Down in Bikini for Votes: ‘a Promised Senator Thirst Trap’
 

Economists Warn Economic Collapse is Coming to Canada Soon

Despite reassurances from the Trudeau government that the Canadian economy is on the road to recovery, economists are warning that a recession is coming to Canada.

A culmination of rising interest rates, rising inflation, Covid lockdowns in China, sanctions on Russian energy and a contracting US economy is all leading to a Canadian economy that is on the brink of recession.

Despite the best efforts from the Bank of Canada (BoC) to combat inflation by hiking up interest rates to bring down consumer demand, inflation has consistently risen, reaching 7.7% in June 2022.

As the BoC continues to hike rates, the sale of homes in May 2022 fell by 9%, contributing to a 0.1% contraction of GDP.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Germany Reports First Trade Deficit in Goods Since 1991 as Business Leaders Warn of Economic Crisis

The largest economy in Europe reported its first monthly trade deficit in over 30 years in May as the energy crisis and sanctions imposed on Russia pushed up the cost of imports.

Data published on Monday by the federal statistical agency Destatis revealed a trade deficit in goods of €1 billion for May; imports rose by 2.7 percent over the previous month to €126.7 billion, while exports dropped by 0.5 percent to €125.8 billion.

The country’s exports to EU member states dropped by 2.8 percent compared with April 2022, while imports from these countries rose by 2.5 percent.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Inflation to Peak Soon in Poland, Predicts Chief Economist

The annual rate of inflation in Poland is now 15.6 percent, according to the Central Office of Statistics (GUS) with many commentators believing the rate will continue to increase until autumn. Others believe that the rate of inflation will peak in July or August.

Piotr Bujak, chief economist of Polish bank PKO BP, told Catholic broadcaster Siódma9 that the most recent figure of 15.6 percent from June may already be the peak. He argued that Polish petroleum giant Orlen’s cut in the price of fuel could play a key role in reducing the July inflation figure.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

“I’ll be Happy When I’m Not Mayor” Philadelphia’s Jim Kenney Tells Reporters After July 4 Shooting

Following the news of two police officers being shot on the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia last night, it looks like Mayor Jim Kenney is ready to call it quits on the city.

In an interview after the shootings, Kenney said he was “looking forward to the time he will no longer lead the city”, according to Fox News. When asked if he was looking forward to no longer being mayor, he replied “yeah”.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

100 Windows and Doors Broken in Downtown Akron After Protests; Curfew May Lift Wednesday Morning

AKRON, Ohio — Boarded up windows and closed businesses were a common sight Tuesday in downtown Akron, where about three blocks of storefronts on Main Street were vandalized early Monday morning after protests over the police killing of Jayland Walker.

The Downtown Akron Partnership says 19 buildings were damaged and 101 windows and doors were broken.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

52 Shot in New York City Over July 4 Weekend

In New York City, over fifty people were shot, with attacks taking place at barbecues and bodegas, as well as in the streets.

Two young men were shot dead and another taken to hospital with a bullet to the chest after a fight broke out at a bodega in the Brooklyn neighborhood of East New York.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Biden Unsure on Trip to Highland Park in Wake of Latest Deadly Mass Shooting

President Biden on Tuesday said he is unsure whether he will travel to the Chicago suburb reeling from the deadly mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade.

Reporters asked Mr. Biden if he planned to visit Highland Park following Monday’s shooting that killed at least six people and wounded dozens more.

“I’m not sure,” Mr. Biden told Fox News White House correspondent Mark Meredith as he departed a Medal of Honor ceremony at the White House Tuesday…

           — Hat tip: LP [Return to headlines]
 

California’s Leak of Gun Owner Addresses and Information is Worse Than Previously Thought

Last week, the California Department of Justice admitted that the personal information of hundreds of thousands of gun owners had been leaked online. Now, it appears the data breach was far wider than originally reported.

For about 24 hours, a data breach exposed the names, gender, race, birthdates, addresses, license plates, and criminal histories of Californians who had applied for permits to carry concealed weapons between 2011 and 2021. The news surfaced last week when the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office said it had been made aware of the data breach.

However, originally, it had been reported that only the data of those who were granted permits was exposed. But it has now been revealed that the data breach affected all those that had applied, whether they were granted permits or denied.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Climate Protesters Arrested After Shutting Down DC-Area Highway

Maryland State Police (MSP) arrested 14 climate protesters on Monday after they shut down a highway in the Washington, D.C., area amid Fourth of July traffic.

MSP and Montgomery County Police responded to the scene around 12:30 p.m. on Monday and found several protesters sitting on the ground on the inner loop of I-495 in Montgomery County, Md., blocking traffic.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Ghoulish Battle Over Possible Political Motivation of July 4 Shooter Begins

The ghoulish battle over which political side to blame the Highland Park shooting on has begun, with some claiming he is a Trump supporter and others pointing to the gunman’s anti-Trump sentiment expressed online.

22-year-old Robert E Crimo III was arrested by police after a manhunt following the mass shooting which targeted a July 4 parade in Chicago, leaving 6 dead and 30 people seriously injured.

Aside from the usual push for gun control, others have desperately sought clues as to a potential political motive behind the attack.

A struggling rapper, Crimo posted creepy YouTube videos in which he repeated that he was “like a sleepwalker” that “can’t be stopped.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Highland Park Parade Shooting Suspect Planned for Weeks; Gun Legally Purchased, Authorities Say

‘Bobby’ E. Crimo wore women’s clothing to hide facial tattoos, authorities say

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (WLS) — The suspect in the Highland Park parade shooting that left six people dead and dozens other injured planned the attack for weeks in advance and purchased the rifle legally, authorities said Tuesday.

The suspect, identified by police as Robert Crimo III, 21, of Highwood, remains in custody Tuesday morning. He was arrested in Lake Forest Monday night following an hours-long manhunt…

           — Hat tip: DV [Return to headlines]
 

Highland Park Shooting Suspect Charged With Seven Counts of First-Degree Murder

Authorities charged the suspect in Monday’s shooting at a Highland Park, Ill., Fourth of July parade with seven counts of first-degree murder.

Eric Rinehart, the Lake County state’s attorney who announced the charges, said at a Tuesday evening press conference that he anticipated “dozens” of additional charges against Robert Crimo III, calling Monday’s shooting a “premeditated and calculated attack.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Idiocracy

Every day, the 2006 movie Idiocracy moves closer to being a prescient documentary about modern day America.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Los Angeles Public Schools Training Teachers That ‘Merit, ‘ ‘Individualism’ Rooted in ‘Whiteness’

FIRST ON FOX: The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is training teachers and staff that “merit” and “individualism” are concepts rooted in “whiteness” that must be challenged in schools.

LAUSD required all employees to undergo “implicit/unconscious bias training” guided by Tyrone Howard, a critical race theory (CRT) advocate and professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, prior to the 2021-2022 school year.

The training materials, which were obtained by Fox News Digital through a California Public Records Act (PRA) request, instructed educators to work toward being “antiracist” by challenging whiteness at school, which Howard argued exists in the concepts of “merit” and “individualism.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

New York Mayor’s Aide Robbed at Gunpoint in Brooklyn

An aide to Mayor Eric Adams was allegedly robbed at gunpoint on Tuesday morning in Brooklyn, New York.

The aide was scouting out a location ahead of the Mayor’s planned visit when he was mugged by two men around 10:30 am near the intersection of Navy and Sands streets, according to New York Post.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Police: Illinois Parade Shooter Believed to Have Bought Rifle Legally, Disguised Self as Female

Police in Illinois said Tuesday that the rifle used in the July Fourth parade shooting outside of Chicago was “purchased in Illinois” and “appears to have been purchased legally” by the shooter.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Possible 2024 Presidential Rivals Newsom, DeSantis Take Aim at Each Other in July 4 Exchange

Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis and California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom, potential 2024 presidential rivals, took sidelong political jabs at each other this past July Fourth weekend — starting with Newsom running a TV ad in DeSantis’ home state.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Protesters Burn Flag, Shoot Mortars, Break Windows in Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Dozens of demonstrators gathered in downtown Portland on the night of the 4th of July, smashing windows, shooting off mortars into the federal building and burning an American flag in a protest over the death of Jayland Walker in Ohio.

This gathering in Lownsdale Square on the 4th of July coincided with large crowds in downtown Portland for both the Waterfront Blues Fest and the fireworks over the Willamette River. It was labeled a “direct action” march, the same term used in previous demonstrations that turned destructive.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

‘Ready for Ron’ Releases Research Showing DeSantis Favorability Growing

Coalition Continues Advertising and Petition Efforts to Encourage DeSantis to Seek Presidency

Miami, FL — News Direct — Ready for Ron

Today, Ready for Ron, a draft committee encouraging Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to run for President, released research it commissioned from Impact Social showing growing support for Governor DeSantis.

Impact Social analyzed the online and social media discussion in relation to Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump among swing voters from June 1 to June 14, 2022. It will repeat this analy

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Ron DeSantis Has Raised More Than $100 Million for His Reelection Bid.

FLORIDA. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — Few people noticed when the Federal Election Commission deadlocked last month over whether US Rep. Byron Donalds of Florida in 2020 had broken a law intended to keep money raised for a state campaign out of federal elections, but election lawyer Brett Kappel closely followed the case, and he immediately thought of one person who could benefit greatly from the outcome: Ron DeSantis.

The Florida governor is shattering national fundraising records as he seeks a second term, attracting gobs of money from Republican donors eyeing DeSantis as a potential presidential candidate in 2024. At the end of May, DeSantis was sitting on $111 million — more money than any candidate has ever needed to win an election in the Sunshine State. More donations come in almost every day.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

School Superintendent Speaks of ‘Indoctrination Plan’ For Loudon County Parents, Students

Loudoun County Public School Superintendent Scott Ziegler said at a June 28th meeting that the school board has “a pretty robust indoctrination plan ready to go.” He modified his statement, saying “inculturation plan for this, ready to go, as we go into the school year.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Truck Where Man Was Found Dead Had Been Sitting in Houston Neighborhood for Days, Neighbors Say

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Houston police are investigating the suspicious death of a man who was found with multiple cuts to the neck in the city’s south side.

On Monday morning, patrol officers were in the 3800 block of Alice Street when they saw a pickup truck parked along the street.

Neighbors told ABC13 they saw the truck parked there for days.

“I came back in the house from sweeping the porch off and it was still sitting there,” a neighbor said. “I said, ‘Oh well, maybe it broke down or something.’“

When the officers approached the vehicle, they detected a strong odor inside.

Once the officers opened the door, they saw a comforter covering a man in the driver’s seat, police said. The man in the truck appeared to have suffered multiple stab wounds to the neck.

“My daughter told me that they had found a body over there and the car had been parked over there for a couple of days,” Anthony Brown said. “I was like, ‘That’s too close to comfort man.’“

While details surrounding the death investigation were limited, police described the suspect as a Hispanic man about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing about 150 pounds. The suspect was last seen wearing a yellow work shirt and tan work boots.

The death has neighbors on alert…

           — Hat tip: Roger [Return to headlines]
 

Trump Most Popular US Politician: Poll

Former President Donald Trump is the most popular politician in the United States, according to a poll released Friday by Harvard CAPS Harris.

More than a quarter of registered voters said they viewed Trump very favorably, meaning that 42% of registered voters have “Favorable” or “Very favorable” views of the former president.

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Twitter is Locking Accounts That Share Highland Park Shooter’s Videos

Twitter is suspending users for sharing and reporting on videos posted by the Highland Park shooter Robert “Bobby” E. Crimo III who went on a shooting spree during a July 4th parade on Monday.

Crimo was arrested and accused of killing six people and wounding 38 others.

Twitter users who were reporting on early warning signs from the shooter’s old video content by posting and commenting on old clips began to find their posts deleted and find themselves being locked out of their Twitter account.

Several Twitter users contacted Reclaim The Net, sharing screenshots of their locked accounts. In some cases, no reason was given for the deletion and the space on the email about why the account was locked was blank.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

UFC Champion Calls for Release of Epstein, Maxwell Client List

FC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya said on July 2 that it was time to name the “pedos” to whom Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were supplying children.

Ahead of his UFC 276 fight with Jared Cannonier, Adesanya went off on how “Maxwell just got put away for 20 years” but every famous person circling Maxwell and Epstein were never named. Twitter user Paul D Bowen posted the comments on Twitter.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Video: Jill Biden Has to Remind Joe to Say ‘God Bless America’ On July 4th

As Joe Biden rambled about something his grandmother used to say to him while wrapping up a July 4th speech, his own wife had to remind him to say ‘God Bless America’, which he still didn’t do.

Instead, he said ‘God protect our troops’.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

YouTube Demonetizes Popular Drag Racing Channel Urban Hillbilly Videos, Rejects Appeal

Urban Hillbilly Videos, a popular YouTube channel that has been posting footage of drag racing and street racing videos since December 2008, has been demonetized and had its appeal denied.

The channel’s owner, Sean Melton, said that all of Urban Hillbilly Videos’ content is “completely original.” However, YouTube cited “reused content” as its reason for demonetizing the channel.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

16 Unvaccinated Healthcare Workers Take Manitoba Government to Court

Over a dozen unvaccinated healthcare workers who lost their jobs due to the Manitoba government’s vaccine mandate are taking the government and top provincial public health officials to court.

On Jun. 23, the group of sixteen workers placed on unpaid leave filed a statement of claim alleging that their Charter rights were violated.

Those named in the lawsuit include both the federal and provincial attorneys general David Lametti and Kelvin Goertzen, Manitoba’s chief public health officer Dr. Brent Roussin and other regional health authority heads.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Canada’s Government Funds Booklet That Teaches Kids to be Suspicious of “Free Speech” Support

A Canadian government-funded booklet for school children classifies Canada’s Red Ensign flag, which was used until 1965, as a “hate symbol.” The booklet was approved by the cabinet on June 30.

The booklet also asks kids to be wary of classmates who use the “free speech” argument as it was among the “common defenses of hate propaganda.”

Chair of CAHN Bernie Farber said the booklet would spearhead a campaign to educate children and “fight and win against hate.”

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Tamara Lich to Remain in Jail While Awaiting Decision on Bail

Freedom Convoy organizer Tamara Lich will remain in jail until at least Friday afternoon as the Justice of the Peace overseeing her bail hearing makes his decision.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Veteran Who Walked Across Canada to Ottawa to Face Court-Martial

Warrant Officer James Topp was initially to have his case heard by his superiors after he was charged in February with two counts of conduct to the prejudice of good order and discipline for comments made while wearing his uniform.

Instead, Topp has been informed he will be tried in a military court where he may face dismissal with disgrace and up to two years in prison.

Topp recently completed a four-month-long march to Ottawa from Vancouver to protest vaccine mandates and other discriminatory covid-19 restrictions.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

What Happened During Freedom Convoy Organizer Tamara Lich’s Bail Hearing? Sheila Gunn Reid Explains

Tamara Lich, one of the organizers behind the Freedom Convoy protest that occupied a portion of downtown Ottawa back in February, was recently arrested in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Following her arrest during the convoy, police allege that Lich recently violated the terms of her bail by attending a Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms event where she received an award.

While at the event, Lich was pictured alongside another convoy organizer, Tom Marazzo.

Sheila Gunn Reid, who was giving live coverage of the bail hearing as it happened, joined David Menzies and Tamara Ugolini on today’s Rebel News DAILY Livestream to provide an update on the proceedings.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

YouTube Censors Canadian News Outlet Western Standard (Again)

Canadian news outlet the Western Standard has received a second strike on YouTube, this time for reporting on Covid vaccine injuries. The first strike, received in April, was for violating the platform’s policy on medical misinformation.

In an article published by the outlet on June 19, Parliamentary Bureau Chief Matthew Horwood cited three Canadians that had suffered adverse effects after receiving Covid vaccines. On June 24, Horwood appeared on Western Standard’s online show Triggered with Cory Morgan to discuss the story. The video was posted on YouTube and the channel received a second strike and got suspended for two weeks.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Blow to Boris Johnson as Two Cabinet Ministers Resign Due to Scandals Plaguing Government

Two top U.K. Cabinet ministers have resigned from Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government, saying they are no longer able to serve a government so plagued by scandal.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak of the Exchequer and Sajid Javid, the secretary of State for Health and Social Care, each posted a letter of resignation to their respective Twitter accounts on Tuesday evening.

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Dutch Farmers and Fishermen Block Roads to Protest New Emissions Rules

Dutch farmers began a day of protests in the Netherlands on Monday by blocking supermarket distribution hubs in several cities.

They are angered by government plans that may require them to use less fertilizer and reduce livestock. Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport and KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France, advised travellers to use public transport, rather than cars, to reach the airport, as farmers’ activist groups said on social media they planned to use tractors to block roads.

Several traffic jams were reported on highways in the east of the country and on ferry routes in the north, but none near Schiphol during the morning commute.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

EU Power Prices Hit All-Time High

Electricity prices in Europe have hit their highest level on record, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing the rising cost of natural gas amid the uncertainty over Russian supplies.

German baseload power for delivery next year, which is the benchmark European price, traded at €325 ($334) per megawatt hour (MWh) on Monday, thus surpassing the previous record set in December, the newspaper writes. Last July, the price stood at just over €81 ($83) per megawatt hour. The equivalent contract in France has doubled to €366 ($377) per MWh since the start of the year, the FT adds.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

EU to Create Emergency Plan for Russian Energy Cut Off

The European Commission has vowed to create a new emergency plan for member states to be able to reduce or remove Russian energy products, including pushing for more renewable sources of energy.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced that the Commission was working on a draft of an emergency plan to help European Union countries deal with the fallout of limited Russian energy imports as the EU looks to limit the amount of Russian oil, coal and gas being bought.

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Germans Warned of Hot Water Rationing, Limit to Maximum Allowed Room Temperatures

Hamburg’s environment minister has warned Germans that hot water could be rationed and limits on maximum room temperatures introduced as a result of the energy crisis.

“The state environment minister, Jens Kerstan, announced that the hot-water supply for private households could be reduced,” reports Deutsche Welle.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Germany: Police Seek Clues After Blast at Left Party Office

Authorities in Oberhausen have been combing the scene of an explosion at regional offices of the socialist Left Party. Police have not confirmed a political motive but say they can’t rule out the possibility.

Police in the western German city of Oberhausen on Tuesday scoured the scene of an explosion at the local offices of the socialist Left Party.

The party says it believes there was a far-right political motive behind the explosion, with police saying they are examining all possible leads.

What do we know about the explosion?

The blast at about 3:20 a.m. local time (01:20 UTC/GMT) blew out windows at the party offices and damaged the interiors of other nearby businesses, including a hairdressing salon and a travel agent. The explosion was reportedly so strong that panes of glass were even damaged on the opposite side of the road.

“According to our current knowledge, fortunately, no one was injured by the explosion,” police for the state of North-Rhine Westphalia, where Oberhausen is located, tweeted…

           — Hat tip: Dean [Return to headlines]
 

Grave of Famous Viking King Found in Poland: Report

The burial mound of Harald ‘Bluetooth’ Gormsson, the 10th century king of Denmark and Norway, has been uncovered in Poland by satellites, a Polish website has reported.

           — Hat tip: Fjordman [Return to headlines]
 

Italian Police Take Down Violent ‘Arab Zone 90133’ Gang in Palermo

Italian police say they have dismantled a criminal gang called ‘Arab Zone 90133’ that committed a range of violent attacks between Jan. 7 and June 15 in the historic center of Palermo.

Police took a total of 11 people, six adults and five minors, under preventative custody. Five adults ended up in prison and one under house arrest. For the minors, precautionary measures were ordered against two of them, and three were placed in community juvenile centers.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Italy: Software Developed to Detect ‘Non-Vaccinated’ Individuals

The Italian Association of General Practitioners Fimmg and the organization Cittadinanzattiva have developed software that could be used to identify two million “unvaccinated” patients in Italy that could pose a “risk”.

Italian daily La Repubblica reported on this development.

For this reason, the two organizations have asked for a meeting with Minister of Health Roberto Speranza and General Francesco Paolo Figliuolo to fully explain the potential of such technology for the health of citizens when placed in the hands of general medicine.

           — Hat tip: Reader from Chicago [Return to headlines]
 

Netherlands: Agent Provocateurs Caught on Camera

Agent provocateurs caught on camera at the Netherlands anti-green agenda protests.

Are they trying to pull stunts to make the genuine demonstrators look bad?

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Overwhelming Majority of Poles Back Permanent US Base in Poland

The vast majority of Poles are in favor of the decision to permanently station U.S. Fifth Corps headquarters in Poland, according to the latest polling published by the Rzeczpospolita newspaper.

The survey, carried out by the IBRiS research center, showed 88 percent of respondents backing the decision, while just 4 percent opposed it.

The decision to create a permanent presence of the command of the U.S. Fifth Corps in Poland was announced at the Madrid NATO summit by U.S. President Joe Biden. The forward command presence has been in Poznan since the autumn of 2020.

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Particle Physicists Announce Discovery of Three New Subatomic Particles

Scientists with the European Organization for Nuclear Research today announced the discovery of three previously unknown subatomic particles, a detection that came from within one of the most advances physics laboratories in the world.

Physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider said in a press release that in recent experiments they had observed “three never-before-seen particles: a new kind of ‘pentaquark’ and the first-ever pair of ‘tetraquarks’, which includes a new type of tetraquark.”

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‘Reminiscent of Communist Times’ — The EU May Force Member States Like Hungary to ‘Share’ Gas With Countries Like Germany

Germany implemented a disastrous energy policy over the last decade, shutting its nuclear plants, penalizing coal miners and energy producers, and then dramatically increasingly its reliance on Russian gas and oil. Now, a top German politician working in Brussels, Manfred Weber, is calling for countries to “share” their gas via “binding mechanisms” over the coming year to deal with an energy crisis that Germany and other nations are largely responsible for.

The idea put forward by Weber, who is the leader of the European People’s Party, already has its critics, with energy law expert Maté Tóth telling news portal Mandiner that a gas solidarity scheme is reminiscent of confiscations during communist times.

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UK: Climate Protesters Glue Themselves to 200-Year-Old Masterpiece

Two climate activists glued themselves to a 200-year-old masterpiece at London’s National Gallery on Monday, the latest in a string of disruptive protests by British environmentalist group Just Stop Oil.

The pair covered John Constable’s famous landscape painting “The Hay Wain” with a modified version of the image before sticking their hands to its frame.

The demonstration comes just a day after five Just Stop Oil activists disrupted Formula 1’s British Grand Prix by sitting on the Silverstone racetrack. Last week also saw members of the group gluing themselves to the frames of paintings in London, Glasgow and Manchester, including Vincent van Gogh’s famous “Peach Trees in Blossom.”

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UK: Farage: Conservatives Facing ‘Biggest Electoral Cataclysm’ Since 1997 if Boris Stays

The Conservative government of Prime Minsiter Boris Johnson is facing the “biggest electoral cataclysm” since 1997, Brexit leader Nigel Farage has warned amid the growing scandal surrounding former deputy whip Chris Pincher.

With the Prime Minister and other figures in the government facing accusations of lying to the public over whether they were made aware of sexually inappropriate behaviour on the part of former-Conservative MP Christopher Pincher, veteran political campaigner Nigel Farage predicted that the government is facing a similar downfall to the John Major administration in 1997 when a series of sleaze scandals saw the Tories fall to Tony Blair’s left-wing Labour Party.

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Polish-Israel Relations Back on Track

Presidents Andrzej Duda and Isaac Herzog have agreed on restoring normal relations between the two countries following a phone call between the two leaders on Monday.

They also agreed that bilateral relations between the two countries would be conducted going forward in a spirit of open and frank dialogue and an atmosphere of mutual respect.

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Russia Pounds Ukraine’s Donetsk Region After Seizing Luhansk

SLOVIANSK, Ukraine/KYIV, July 5 (Reuters) — Russian forces struck targets across Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region on Tuesday, a day after President Vladimir Putin declared victory in the neighbouring province of Luhansk after months of gruelling attritional warfare in which both sides lost many men.

Donetsk and Luhansk together comprise the Donbas, the industrialised eastern part of Ukraine that has seen the biggest battle in Europe for generations. Russia says it wants to wrest control of the entire Donbas from Ukraine on behalf of Moscow-backed separatists in two self-proclaimed people’s republics.

After Russian forces on Sunday took control of Lysychansk, the last bastion of Ukrainian resistance in Luhansk, Ukrainian officials said they now expect Moscow to focus its efforts especially on the cities of Sloviansk and Kramatorsk in Donetsk…

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Russian Journalist Detained in Psychiatric Hospital Over “Fake News” Posts on Telegram

44-year-old Russian journalist Maria Ponomarenko is reported to have been locked in a psychiatrist hospital in Siberia after posting that “sane people are for peace in Ukraine” online. Authorities are accusing her of spreading “fake news” about the war, which they prefer be called a “special military operation.”

Ponomarenko made the comments in a Telegram channel. Her posts also criticized Russian forces for bombing a drama theatre in Maripoul in April; the theatre had hundreds of civilians.

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Ukraine Round-Up: ‘Massive’ Shelling and Playing Dead to Survive

Russian shelling set fire to the central market in Ukraine’s eastern city of Slovyansk on Tuesday, killing at least two people and injuring seven, local officials said.

Mayor Vadym Lyakh said the city was being hit by massive Russian shelling after Ukrainian troops pulled out of nearby Lysychansk.

Russia is seeking to control all of the eastern industrial Donbas area, claiming falsely that Russian speakers in the region have been the victims of genocide and need to be “liberated” from Ukrainian authorities.

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Twitter Sues India Over Censorship Demands

Twitter has sued the Indian government over some of its content takedown and account blocking orders. The lawsuit escalates the tension between the social media company and the Indian government, which threatened legal action if Twitter does not comply with the orders.

On Tuesday, Twitter filed a complaint with the Karnataka High Court accusing the Indian government of abusing its powers by disproportionately and arbitrarily ordering it to remove tweets and accounts, according to a source for TechCrunch.

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Scientists in China Claim to Have Developed ‘Mind-Reading’ Artificial Intelligence

Researchers in China reportedly claimed this month that they had developed artificial intelligence capable of reading the human mind, though full information about the alleged breakthrough remains elusive shortly after it was announced.

Multiple media outlets reported this week that a since-deleted video posted online from the Hefei Comprehensive National Science Centre claimed to have produced software that can monitor both brain waves and facial recognition in order to determine if subjects are being sufficiently attentive to state propaganda.

The tool will reportedly be used to further solidify … confidence and determination to be grateful to the party, listen to the party and follow the party.”

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Mexico President: Free Assange or Dismantle Statue of Liberty

On the 4th of July, Mexican President Andre’s Manuel López Obrador declared that, if Wikileaks journalist Julian Assange is convicted in the United States, the Statue of Liberty should be dismantled, reports the Mexico Daily Post.

Assange is currently imprisoned by the United Kingdom pending an extradition to the United States on charges under the U.S. Espionage Act. Those charges spring from his receipt and publishing of vast troves of classified American government documents. Among many other embarrassing disclosures, the files revealed previously undisclosed civilian casualties of the war in Iraq.

On Friday, Assange appealed the UK government’s extradition decision to the High Court. PEN International, a global association of writers, condemned the U.S government’s conduct in the case:

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Uruguay Judge Orders Government, Pfizer to Disclose Jab Ingredients Forthwith

A senior judge in Uruguay has ordered the government and Pfizer to provide “extensive detail” on the biochemical composition and evidence of efficacy and safety of its COVID vaccine within 48 hours.

All parties are scheduled to appear next Wednesday to find out if the vaccines contain “nanotechnological elements” among other things.

The Administrative Litigation Judge Alejandro Recarey ordered the Presidency of the Republic of Uruguay, the Ministry of Public Health (MSP), the State Health Services Administration (ASSE) and the multinational company Pfizer to present all the information regarding Covid-19 vaccines within 48 hours.

This notice was given in a case that began with the aim of suspending the application of these vaccines for children.

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192,000 Illegal Migrants Apprehended Crossing US-Mexico Border in June

In June, border patrol agents apprehended around 192,000 migrants trying to illegally enter the United States from Mexico.

The number, while lofty, is down from the 222,656 migrants apprehended in May, which marked the highest monthly total since records began in 1999.

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Deadly Shootout Between Migrant Gangs at Serbia-Hungary Border Leaves Locals Terrified

Local residents say they are living in fear following a deadly shootout between gangs of migrants in a forest at the border of Serbia and Hungary over the weekend, according to reports.

Chaos unfolded at around dawn on Saturday morning in Subotica, a city in the Vojvodina province in the north of Serbia.

A fierce gun battle between rival gangs of migrants from Afghanistan and Pakistan shattered the morning calm in a wooded region outside the city.

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Tells ‘Brussels and Soros NGOs’ to Stop Encouraging Illegal Immigration

The European Union and pro-mass migration NGOs must stop inciting migrants to violate the sovereignty of nation states overwhelmed by migration pressure, Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjartó said on Monday in Subotica, where he met with his Serbian counterpart, Nikola Selakovic.

Speaking at a joint press conference, Szijjartó warned that migration pressure along Hungary’s external EU borders with Serbia and Ukraine had reached “dangerous” levels, and geopolitical and economic tensions continue to worsen.

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Justice Department Sues Arizona Over Voter Citizenship Law

The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Arizona in an attempt to block a law requiring voters to show proof of citizenship before casting their ballots in federal elections.

The DOJ argues the requirement is “a textbook violation of the National Voter Registration Act,” according to The Hill.

Arizona Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich responded to the lawsuit on Twitter: “It’s another round of Brnovich v. Biden as his DOJ continues its attempts to undermine our election integrity laws. I will see you in court. Again.”

Brnovich, who is running in the state’s GOP U.S. Senate primary, has promised before that his office will “do everything in our power to push back against the lawlessness of the Biden Administration.

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Lithuania to Defy EU Court Ruling and Continue to Defend Its Borders, Interior Minister Vows

Lithuania will ignore an EU court ruling last week that the country’s border protection policy of automatically detaining illegal immigrants was incompatible with EU law, the country’s interior minister, Agne Bilotaite, said on Friday.

The Baltic nation has been fighting off an influx of illegal immigrants from Belarus since last summer, with several thousand migrants stemming from the Middle East and Africa attempting to cross into its territory.

Vilnius accused Minsk of orchestrating a “hybrid attack” on the country, effectively allowing scores of migrants to pass through Belarus to reach the European Union’s external border. Lithuania announced a state of emergency and passed legislation to combat the crisis.

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People Smugglers Who Brought Ten Thousand Migrants to Britain Across Channel in 18 Months Are Arrested in Dawn Raids Across Europe…

[…]as Priti Patel plans to create ‘league table’ of nations for asylum-seeker deportation deals

A ‘highly lucrative’ smuggling operation which illegally shipped 10,000 people across the English Channel has been crushed following the ‘biggest ever’ internationally coordinated crackdown of its kind, spanning five European countries.

Officers in Belgium, Britain, France, the Netherlands and Germany staged dawn raids involving ‘hundreds of officers’, according to police in the northwestern German city of Osnabrueck, considered a major hub for the illegal networks.

According the the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA), officers arrested six men and a woman in the Docklands and Catford areas of London as part of the police operation on Tuesday.

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Bette Midler Turns on Left, Says Trans Language Erases Women

Actress Bette Midler turned against political correctness when she took offense to referring to women as “menstruators” or “birthing people,” both terms the left uses to include the transgender community.

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Breaking: Dave Rubin Suspended From Twitter After Defending Jordan Peterson

Dave Rubin has been suspended from Twitter after the podcaster and commentator defended Jordan Peterson, who had previously been suspended.

“Since my life’s work has already been about exposing and destroying the Woke agenda, I shall now add exposing and destroying Twitter to my resume. Stay tuned,” Rubin told The Post Millennial.

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Democratic AGs, Soros-Backed Prosecutors Vow to Defy Abortion Laws

Some of the same Soros-funded prosecutors accused of going easy on criminals are now refusing to enforce the state abortion laws taking effect after the fall of Roe v. Wade.

Ninety left-tilting attorneys general and district attorneys have signed a joint statement pledging not to pursue criminal charges for violations of abortion statutes, including at least 20 recipients of campaign support from Democratic megadonor George Soros.

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Disney-Funded GLSEN Launches Survey for LGBTQ Parents, Kids to Gather Data to Influence Policymakers

On Tuesday, GLSEN posted to Twitter a request for LGBTQ families to take a survey regarding schools and “help us inform policymakers about what’s really going on in our nation’s schools.”

The survey is a joint effort between GLSEN, Family Equality, and COLAGE, all of which are organizations centered around LGBTQ students and families in the country. GLSEN is funded by Disney and Target, among others.

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EU Hands Out €220,000 to ‘Drag Queen’ Courses Targeted at Young People

More than €220,000 in taxpayer money was sent to “Drag Queen” projects connected to the EU youth program Erasmus+, according to research shown by German MEP Nikolaus Fest, who belongs to the conservative Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.

Although it represents only a small portion of the multibillion budget for Erasmus+, which provides funding and support to youth education, sport, and cultural exchange, the money seems to point to a broad ideological shift on LGBT issues within the EU.

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Google to Delete Location Data of Users Who Visit Abortion Clinics After Overturning of Roe V. Wade

Google is assuring the privacy of its users who visit abortion clinics following the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The company announced in a blog post published Friday that it will automatically delete location data of users who visit medical facilities like abortion clinics, fertility centers, domestic violence shelters, counseling centers and more…

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Sex Shop Owner Who Serves on School Board to Host Courses on Sexual ‘Pleasure’ For Kids

A Washington state school board director and owner of a sex store will be holding a sexual education workshop inside her store aimed at children and teens under the age of 18, with the youngest age allowed to attend being just 9 years old.

Jenn Mason is the owner of WinkWink, a sex toy shop in Bellingham, Washington. She also serves as the school board director for Bellingham School District.

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Supreme Court’s Abortion Decision Has ‘Net Neutral’ Impact on Midterms: Poll

The Supreme Court’s decision to overrule Roe v. Wade has a “net neutral” impact on midterm elections, according to a Harvard CAPS Harris poll released Friday.

Although more than half of all voters (55%) oppose the Supreme Court’s ruling making abortion no longer a constitutionally protected right, the decision will not affect the midterms, the survey showed.

When asked whether the Supreme Court’s ruling made them more likely to vote for a Republican or a Democrat this fall, 36% of respondents favored Democrats while the same percentage supported Republicans.

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UK: Exclusive Video: Police, Soldiers, Scouts, Healthcare Workers Join Pride Parade

Members of once neutral institutions in Britain, such as the Metropolitan Police, National Health Service (NHS), Fire Brigade, and the Armed Forces joined in with the crowds at the annual Pride Parade in London.

Marking the 50th anniversary of Pride Parades in London on Saturday, swaths of government employees joined with woke corporations, drag queens, and men in leather dog masks to demonstrate their LGBTQ bona fides.

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Watch: Rhode Island State Sen. Twerks Upside Down in Bikini for Votes: ‘a Promised Senator Thirst Trap’

Rhode Island State Sen. Tiara Mack, a Democrat representing District 6, opted to encourage Rhode Islanders to vote for her by posting a video of herself twerking upside down in a bikini, describing it as a “promised senator thirst trap.”

Mack, a self-described queer “reproductive rights activist” who supports the Green New Deal and gun control, posted the video to TikTok on the Fourth of July.

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9 thoughts on “Gates of Vienna News Feed 7/5/2022

  1. We’re threatened with a possible food shortage and the effin’ Dutch want to shut down farms?

    • The only explanation that makes any kind of sense is that this is deliberate; that drastically higher prices for everything and actual famines in many parts of the world are apparently desirable.

  2. re : Robert Crimo, and “Ghoulish Battle Over Possible Political Motivation of July 4 Shooter Begins”

    Mental illness is a definite likelihood, if not a dead certainty … but I don’t think the possibility of demonic possession, or oppression, should be excluded.

    Note the reference to the _creepy YouTube videos in which he repeated that he was “like a sleepwalker” that “can’t be stopped.”_

    That certainly suggests loss of self-control.

    Of course the FBI could be the ‘handler,’ using drugs on patsy Crimo, but we can be sure Lucifer or one of his lesser demons played SOME role in it.

    • When I was targeted by mkultra, I never lost control. I remembered my roots, and where I come from. My racial and ethnic identity. These guys are so easy to control because they are without roots, without any connection to what has come before them.

  3. I am blaming the rap music, if he was a rapper then he was listening to the gangster rap, where they are killing people with ‘gats’

    • In gangsta rap they also be bangin’ hoes, drinkin’ Henny and 40s, rollin’ Bentleys on giant rims, and poppin caps in one another when they’re not busy poppin caps in pigs.

      That wannabe Antifa pencil-necked geek cross dresser doesn’t particularly look like he’d be doing any of those activities. Just an overmedicated on anti-depressant poser.

    • He has and occult symbol tattoo’ed on his neck. He is part of Antifa and is a liberal nutcase.

      Gateway Pundit has all of the information about this guy.

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