Never let a crisis go to waste: After the deadly shooting in Atlanta, Georgia last week, former president Obama waited less than 24 hours to issue calls for greater gun control measures. All of the facts of the case weren’t even known, but Obama just couldn’t wait to go charging in with the left’s agenda. Besides, don’t worry, the facts don’t mean anything .
It’s for the people: An Ohio man posing as a Black Lives Matter leader was indicted by a federal grand jury on multiple charges of money laundering and wire fraud. Sir Maejor Page, 32, reportedly created the Facebook page titled “Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta” in 2016.(Who names their kid “Sir”?) the IRS revoked the organization’s 501(c)(3) status due to the lack of proper paperwork in 2019. Page, however, allegedly spent at least $200,000 of the $450,000 donations for personal endeavors and entertainment in Toledo, Ohio and Atlanta including “personal items, hotel rooms, clothing, firearms, a house and adjoining vacant lot at Glenwood and Maplewood avenues, and payment to a prostitute.” His justification? “My only purpose in life to fight for those whose voices have been muffled and or silenced.” Page claims he did not “intentionally commit any crimes”. Well, since his spending money on himself wasn’t intentional, it’s all okay. Right?
From that noted unbiased news source, NPR: The FBI released a series of videos Thursday that show 10 people suspected of some of the most violent attacks on police officers during the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and asked the public for help identifying the assailants. Nowhere in the 636-word NPR article does it mention the single shooter in the protest. Now, let’s ask the fbi to identify the murderer of Ashli Babbitt. Pretty please.
Another unasked for reboot, that I won’t watch: The family at the center of ABC’s Wonder Years reboot is coming into focus. Dulé Hill and Laura Kariuki have joined the cast of the pilot, which centers on a Black family in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1986. The original ran from 1988 to 1993. Original series star Fred Savage is directing the pilot.
These write themselves: Recently the “Wonder Daughter”, Chelsea Clinton, stated is was unfortunate that, in her day, her grandmother didn’t have access to Planned Parenthood and its resources. Since PP deals in abortions, many of us have often felt the same way.