Hate to point out: CNN political analyst Bakari Sellers said Tuesday on “The Lead” that Democrats in the Senate opposing changing the filibuster to pass voting legislation were “on the side” of segregationist Alabama governor George Wallace. Hey Baky Baby, George Wallace WAS a Democrat.
A good ending: An Oklahoma man allegedly crashed into a KFC and then drove through a number of yards before driving into an occupied house. The suspect allegedly crashed his car into a Chickasha, Oklahoma, home early Tuesday, assaulted the woman who lived in the home. The suspect was in reverse when he drove his car against the home. The suspect then allegedly exited his vehicle and ” began banging on a neighbor’s windows.” The good news is he was then shot dead by her husband.
They know what’s best: College students in Arizona are reportedly considering going on a second hunger strike in a desperate push to make Congress pass the leftist “Freedom to Vote Act.” A student at Arizona State told Fox News in an interview that her organization, Un-PAC, is considering the extreme form of protest if the bill does not get passed by Jan. 17. Personally, I don’t care if they starve or hold their breath until they turn blue and pass out. They have no business demanding the rest of the county follow their idea of fairness. Just like I have no right to demand they shut the freak up. So, I won’t.
It was murder: Ashli Babbitt was gunned down in cold blood: She was 98 pounds and had no weapons. She posed no eminent threat. In August 2021, Lt. Mike Byrd was exonerated for killing Ashli Babbitt in cold blood. He gave no warning, he ran from the scene of the crime, he shot an unarmed woman dead who posed no threat. Police Lt. Michael Byrd was never formally interviewed by the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department before being cleared of wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of Ashli Babbitt. An PD spokesperson confirmed that Byrd did not cooperate with internal affairs or FBI agents. Wait ! Wait! Wait! He did not make a written statement after discharging his weapon resulting in a civilian death? And he did not co-operate with an Internal Affairs investigation? Or the fbi? This defies everything I have learned about a police shooting. Certainly different treatment than any I went through.
Just freakin’ wrong: A Circuit Judge, Thomas Wingate, informed a defendant during his sentencing that he could have his jail time waived if he decided to join the U.S. military. Considering the 28 y-o individual WAS a county jail guard found guilty of sexually assaulting an inmate, in his custody, after transporting her to the hospital, I don’t think the U.S. military wants anything to do with this guy. I sure as hell wouldn’t want him in my unit. He made his mistake, now let him live with it. Besides, do really think this person should be trusted? Should this man possibly be put on charge and lead U.S. soldiers? No, I didn’t think so.