NEW BOOK CALLED ‘THE MICHELLE OBAMA TRANSGENDER GUIDE’ GIVES ACCOUNTING OF HOW BARACK OBAMA EMPOWERED THE TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY, SO WHY IS IT NAMED AFTER MICHELLE?

NEW BOOK CALLED ‘THE MICHELLE OBAMA TRANSGENDER GUIDE’ GIVES ACCOUNTING OF HOW BARACK OBAMA EMPOWERED THE TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY, SO WHY IS IT NAMED AFTER MICHELLE? by Geoffrey Grider for Now The End Begins

Now a new book called ‘The Michelle Obama Transgender Guide’ takes us through the hundreds of pieces of legislation created by the Obama’s to empower the LGBTQ+P for Pedophile community in general, and the transgender community in particular. But to me it is rather curious why this book would be dedicated to Michelle Obama instead of her husband Barack, really doesn’t make much sense. Or does it?

The Michelle Obama Transgender Guide: Compiled by Richard Saunders with publicly accessible documents from the President Obama Administration.

Many times people will write in to us asking where did all this transgender stuff come from all of a sudden? One moment no one is talking about it, the next they have become the latest media sensation, so what happened? The answer is very simple, really. When Barack Obama and his wife Michelle were in the White House, they were the champions of the transgender movement, and passed all sorts of orders and signed all kinds of bills to create laws to protect them.

“The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.” Deuteronomy 22:5 (KJV)

Now a new book called ‘The Michelle Obama Transgender Guide’ takes us through the hundreds of pieces of legislation created by the Obama’s to empower the LGBTQ+P for Pedophile community in general, and the transgender community in particular. But to me it is rather curious why this book would be dedicated to Michelle Obama instead of her husband Barack, really doesn’t make much sense. Or does it?

For years the conspiracy theory community has said that Michelle Obama is actually a transgender named Michael LaVaughn Robinson. Before you have any type of reaction to what I just said, consider the following. Comedian Joan Rivers famously ‘outed‘ Michelle by saying that ‘everyone in Hollywood knows that Michelle is a trannie‘, only to die under mysterious circumstances during routine throat surgery just a short time later.

“WE ALREADY HAVE A GAY PRESIDENT WITH OBAMA, SO LET’S JUST CALM DOWN,” SHE SAID. “YOU KNOW MICHELLE IS A TRANS.” WHEN ASKED TO FURTHER EXPLAIN RIVERS SAID, “A TRANSGENDER. WE ALL KNOW IT.”

Then there is the curious phenomenon of there not existing one, single photo of Michelle being pregnant with either of her daughters, not one. Then in 2018 it was revealed that she was impregnated in a laboratory, and not by Barack.

Now do you see why calling this book the ‘Michelle Obama Transgender Guide’ may actually be a wink and a nod from the transgender community to one of their own at the highest possible level? I don’t know how else to view her being “honored” in this way when it was her husband that actually signed all the bills. Shouldn’t the book be named after him? 🤔

The Michelle Obama Transgender Guide

The following is a review of the book.

This book reflects on the historic steps the former First Lady and this last Administration have taken to afford greater protections for this minority community. During the last 8 years

  • President Obama signed numerous Executive Orders, such as one on LGBT Workplace Discrimination,
  • Obama declares June to be LGBTQ Pride Month,
  • the CDC announced $185 million for grant opportunities for HIV prevention among transgender people and gay and bisexual men,
  • the Department of Housing and Urban Development issued new guidance for LGBT Americans seeking a home loan, and
  • former Attorney General Eric Holder announced the Department of Justice’s new position against sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

These are just a few of the efforts, with the support of the press, to raise awareness of this social situation. (Hopefully, these orders, memos, and regulations will not be as easily canceled or reverted.)

What Does It Mean to Be Transgender?

Transgender people feel that the gender to which they were born, or assigned at birth, does not fit them. Transgender people include people born female who identify as male (female-to-male) and people born male who identify as female (male- to-female). Transgender people also include those who identify as “genderqueer,” gender neutral, and/or gender-free—people who may not identify as either male or female.

Gunman Kills NJ Judge Esther Salas’ Son, Wounds Her Husband Days After Taking Epstein Finances Case

U.S. District Judge Esther SalasStar-Ledger file photo

The son of a federal judge was killed and her husband was shot at their home in Middlesex County Sunday evening, officials said.

Mark Anderl, 63, a criminal defense attorney and husband of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas, and their son, Daniel, 20, were shot in an attack at their home in North Brunswick. Salas was not injured in the shooting.

North Brunswick Mayor Francis “Mac” Womack said the judge’s husband was in critical condition and underwent surgery and is now in stable condition. He said the couple’s son had died.

Chief U.S. District Court Judge Freda Wolfson told The Associated Press that the couple’s son was killed and Mark Anderl was wounded in the shooting.

The gunman may have been dressed as a FedEx deliveryman, two law enforcement sources told NJ Advance Media.

The FBI said they were searching for one subject, and asked for help from the public.

Mark Anderl in a file photo.Noah K. Murray

Anderl served as an assistant prosecutor in Essex County before entering private practice.

Judge Salas, who is based in Newark, was the first Hispanic female to be appointed to the U.S. District Court in New Jersey.

Salas, 51, has handled cases involving members of the Grape Street Crips, in connection with a long-running drug-trafficking network that was taken down by the FBI in 2015. She was also the judge who sent Real Housewives stars Joe and Teresa Giudice to prison.

Salas was nominated by President Obama as a U.S. District Court judge in December 2010. She was confirmed by the Senate in June 2011.

Anyone with information for investigators can call the FBI at 973-792-3001.

Investigators at the shooting scene at Judge Esther Salas’ home in North Brunswick Sunday, July 19, 2020.(Avalon Zoppo | NJ Advance Media)

Florida homeowner shoots and kills two ‘extremely violent’ burglars and injures another after they broke into his house during the night

 

  • Two suspects, 21-year-old Luis Casado and 21-year-old Khyle Durham, were killed as they broke into a home near Tampa, Florida
  • A third suspect managed to survive after the homeowner’s gun suddenly jammed 
  • Suspect Jeremiah Trammel, 19, will face second-degree murder charges because he was committing a felony in which two people died
  • Casado and Durham were revealed to have violent criminal pasts
  • Trammel ran from the home during a break in the shooting but was stopped by another neighbor with a gun and held until the police arrived

A teenager is facing charges for a would-be armed home invasion robbery in Floridain which his two accomplices were shot and killed and he was wounded.

Jeremiah Trammel, 19, was shot after his accomplices, Luis Casado, 21, and Khyle Durham, 21, had already been shot dead during the alleged break-in.

The person who shot the two men was the homeowner who was using a gun to defend himself in Wesley Chapel, near Tampa.

The two intruders who were shot and killed by a Wesley Chapel homeowner were identified by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office as Luis Casado, left, and Khyle Durham, both 21.

 

Casado and Durham were shot dead as they were walking along a narrow hallway towards the owner of the house.

Both had their faces covered with black masks and had guns drawn according to Fox35.

According to Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco, Trammel was then able to make a quick escape from the home after the homeowner’s gun suddenly jammed allowing for a pause in the shooting.

Trammel was caught by a next door neighbor who also had a gun and held him on the spot until the police arrived.

He was taken to hospital where he was treated for a gunshot wound.

Casado and Durham were ‘extremely violent’ criminals, according to Sheriff Nocco, while Trammel had a previous arrest for other charges.

‘The victim in this case was exercising his Second Amendment right to protect himself in his home,’ Nocco said.

The homeowner who was alone at the time and playing video games realized something was amiss after hearing glass smash.

30666728-8514275-image-a-44_1594533045719Casado and Durham were ‘extremely violent’ criminals, according to Sheriff Nocco, while Trammel had a previous arrest for other charges. Durham is pictured here

30666724-8514275-image-a-45_1594533051366Further investigation revealed Trammel, Casado and Durham knew the homeowner personally and he knew them, although no more details were revealed. Casado is pictured here 

He grabbed his gun and went to investigate.

The sheriff believes that the owner may have been targeted because he had recently posted pictures of a large gun collection he owned on social media.

Further investigation revealed Trammel, Casado and Durham knew the homeowner personally and he knew them, although no more details were revealed.

Trammel has been charged with home invasion robbery but also faces the murder charges for the deaths of Casado and Durham.

 

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U.S. TURNING TO COMMUNISM: Cuban Defector WARNS President Trump Of Democrats Efforts

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The first Black Lives Matter wave led to 2K extra black homicides — but new wave will be worse

Hundreds of Occupy City Hall demonstrators await the legislator’s budget vote to cut the NYPD annual budget by $1 billion on Tuesday.

It took several months for the first iteration of the Ferguson Effect to become obvious. Michael Brown was fatally shot by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer in August 2014, triggering local riots and a national narrative about lethally racist police. Officers backed off proactive policing in minority neighborhoods, having been told that such discretionary enforcement was racially oppressive. By early 2015, the resulting spike in shootings and homicides had become patent and would lead to an additional 2,000 black homicide victims in 2015 and 2016, compared with 2014 numbers.

Today’s violent-crime increase — call it Ferguson Effect 2.0 or the Minneapolis Effect — has come on with a speed and magnitude that make Ferguson 1.0 seem tranquil. George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police in late May was justly condemned — but the event has now spurred an outpouring of contempt against the pillars of law and order that has no precedent in American history. Every day, another mainstream institution — from McDonald’s to Harvard — denounces the police, claiming without evidence that law enforcement is a threat to black lives.

To be sure, the first manifestation of the Black Lives Matter movement had a mouthpiece in the Oval Office, lacking now. It doesn’t matter. Presidential imprimatur or no, the reborn Black Lives Matter has gained billions of dollars in corporate support, more billions in free round-the-clock media promotion, and a ruthless power to crush dissent from the now-universal narrative about murderous police bigots.

During the two weeks of national anarchy that followed the death of George Floyd, cops were shot, slashed, and assaulted; their vehicles and station houses were firebombed and destroyed. American elites stayed silent. Since then, police have continued to be shot at and attacked; the elites remain silent. Monuments to America’s greatest leaders are being defaced with impunity; anarchists took over a significant swathe of a major American city, including a police precinct, without resistance from the authorities. And a push to defund the police gains traction by the day.

The rising carnage in the inner city is the consequence of this official repudiation of the criminal-justice system. The current tolerance and justification for vandalism and violence; the silencing of police supporters; and police unwillingness to intervene, even when their own precincts are assaulted — all send a clear message to criminals that society has lost the will to prevent lawlessness. In Minneapolis, shootings have more than doubled this year compared to last. Nearly half of all those shootings have occurred since George Floyd’s death, according to a Minneapolis Star Tribune analysis. On Father’s Day, a mass shooting on a crowded street uptown struck 11 people. The next day saw a chain of retaliatory shootings — the first next to a park filled with children, the next, 90 minutes later, on a notorious gang-dominated street intersection. In nearby St. Paul, reported firearms discharges have more than doubled. The same gangbangers are getting shot repeatedly. One 17-year-old boy has been shot in four different events over the last month and a half.

In Chicago, 18 people were killed and 47 wounded in drive- and walk-by shootings last weekend. The fatalities included a one-year-old boy riding in a car with his mother (the gunman drove up alongside and emptied his gun into the vehicle) and a 10-year-old girl struck in the head inside her home; a group of youth on the street outside her house had started shooting at another group of youth nearby. The previous weekend in Chicago, 104 people were shot, 15 fatally. The deceased included a 3-year-old boy riding in a car with his father on Father’s Day — his gangbanger father was the intended victim — and a 13-year-old girl shot in her head in her home.

New York City’s homicide rate is at a five-year high; the number of shooting victims was up over 42 percent through June 21 compared with the same period in 2019. The number of shootings in the first three weeks of June was over twice that of the same period in 2019, making this June the city’s bloodiest in nearly a quarter century, according to The New York Times. At 4 a.m. last Sunday, a 30-year-old woman was shot in the head in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, at a house party. On Saturday afternoon, a man and a woman were shot to death outside a Brooklyn home. Early Friday morning, a 19-year-old girl was shot to death in the heart of Manhattan, near Madison Square Park, on East 26th Street.

Milwaukee’s homicides have increased 132 percent. “In 25 years, I’ve never seen it like this,” a Milwaukee police inspector told the Police Executive Research Forum, referring to the violence and the low officer morale. Shootings are spiking in Indianapolis. Other cities will show similar increases once their crime data are published.

By now, these drearily mindless gang shootings echo one another. Another 3-year-old boy was shot in Chicago with his gangbanger father on another Father’s Day, this one in 2016; the boy is paralyzed for life. The young children recently shot inside their homes also recall Ferguson 1.0 incidents.

In August 2016, a nine-year-old girl was shot to death in Ferguson on her mother’s bed while doing homework. The gunman was a 21-year-old felon on probation from a robbery conviction who deliberately shot at least six bullets into the home, located near a memorial for Michael Brown. But the pedigree of these domestic drive-bys is longer and more ominous. In New York, children used to sleep in bathtubs before Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Police Commissioner William Bratton began restoring lawfulness to the city in 1994; we are fast returning to that pre-Giuliani era.

So far this year, more people have been killed in Baltimore than at this point in 2019, which ended with the highest homicide rate on record for that city. June’s killings, which eclipse those of June 2019, include a 23-year-old woman who was eight months pregnant and her three-year-old daughter. They were gunned down in their car by the father of the woman’s unborn child, according to the police.

The victims in these shootings are overwhelmingly black. So far this year, 78 percent of all homicide victims in Chicago are black, though blacks are less than a third of the population. But the defund-the-police advocates and the Democratic establishment have said nothing about the growing loss of black lives.

Instead, the Black Lives Matter movement is tweeting about police defunding, last weekend’s gay pride marches and NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace, the subject of yet another hate-crime hoax. DeRay Mckesson, an early BLM organizer in Ferguson, is retweeting about whether homophobes are secretly gay.

Activist Shaun King, who recently called for vandals to destroy stained-glass windows portraying the Baby Jesus and Mary, is retweeting that Mount Rushmore is an act of vandalism. Ja’Mal Green, a Black Lives Matter organizer in Chicago who was arrested in 2016 for assaulting and attempting to disarm an officer, offered a $5,000 reward on Saturday for information on the killing of the 1-year-old boy in Chicago, but coupled that offer with another call to defund the police. Since then, Green has been tweeting about abortion rights and the extradition of President Trump to Iran. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is tweeting about abortion rights, gay pride and Trump’s culpability for the coronavirus epidemic. The Vera Institute for Justice, a liberal criminal-justice think tank, announced on Monday that “now is the time to spend less on policing” in order to “create safer communities for Black people.”

Actually, now would seem not to be the time to spend less on policing, with gunslingers retaking control of urban streets. The timing of the defund movement was always a puzzle, coming as it did after weeks of destructive riots during which law enforcement was wildly overmatched. Such a demonstration of the violence that lies just beneath the surface of civilization would not, one might think, be the best opening pitch for an argument to shrink police manpower and resources further.

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Four Toledo City Council members, all Democrats, arrested by FBI on bribery charges

The FBI has been investigating for two years

Four members of the Toledo City Council, all Democrats, were arrested and charged in a bribery scheme by federal law enforcement authorities on Tuesday.

Federal prosecutors alleged that Tyrone Riley, Yvonne Harper, Larry Sykes, and Garrick Johnson, were involved in a scheme that extorted money from business owners in the Ohio city in exchange for favorable council votes. The FBI began its investigation into the council members in early 2018.

Each of the accused members could face up to 10 years in prison for the bribery charges, and up to 20 years on the extortion charges.

Also charged in the scheme was an attorney who is accused of helping orchestrate the crimes.

Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz issued a statement calling it a terrible day for the city.

“I am shocked and heartbroken by today’s arrests. This is a terrible day for Toledo — and for everyone who believes in the good that can be accomplished through public service,” Kapszukiewicz said.

“I have no tolerance for public officials who abuse the trust of the citizens,” he added. “I encourage all Toledoans to say a prayer for our city and for the hope that justice will be done in this case.”

Kapszukiewicz went on to remind Toledo citizens that the accused are innocent until proven guilty.

Mark Wagoner, the chair of the Lucas County Republican Party, called for the resignation of all four Democrats.

“Democrat domination of Toledo city politics has consequences, and today we see them. Lucas County Republicans have long pointed to the culture of corruption within the City of Toledo and have put forward quality candidates to end Democrat domination,” he said.

Councilwoman Harper is reportedly the executive director of the Lucas County Democratic Party.

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