Woman Cons Generous Trump Supporters Out of $150,000, is Hailed as a Social Justice Hero!?

A black woman conned generous Trump supporters out of $150,000 to ‘own the racists’ and was hailed as a social justice hero, despite inadvertently proving that Trump supporters are not racist.

The woman, who changed her name to ‘reformed republican’ on Twitter, tweeted, “I will not hide any longer,, the left has made us feel as if us black republicans should hide!! but not anymore!! #BlacksForTrump #WalkAway #maga.”

She then amped up the scam by claiming her parents had disowned her for supporting Trump before posting a GoFundMe link for people to donate.

After conning Trump supporters out of around $150,000, she justified it by asserting, “stealing from republicans isn’t bad because republicans arent ppl.”

The woman’s goal was apparently not just to make money, but to highlight the racism of Trump supporters (the same ones who’d just generously donated $150,000 to an African-American woman).

“Trump is a racist, homophobic, transphobic, bigot AND YOU THINK MY BLACK ASS WOULD SUPPORT THAT ROTTING CARROT?? ridiculous,” she tweeted.

She used some of the money to buy a brand new iPhone XS Max. 

“Girl i can afford my tuition, rent, and 17 iphones now,” she later tweeted.

Numerous left-wing websites subsequently celebrated the scam, with Pink News noting how the woman was “praised” as a “hero” for the stunt.

In reality, all she proved was that Trump supporters are generous towards black people (ie not racist) and she is a liar and thief who has most likely committed a criminal offense.

Stunning and brave.

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Disturbing video shows mom dunking baby’s head under water

SPALDING COUNTY, Ga. – A 5-month-old girl is OK after police said her mother recorded herself plunging the baby’s head underwater.

Laquanda Mosley faces charges including aggravated assault with intent to murder, first-degree child cruelty and terroristic threats after police said she recorded a video of herself holding her baby underwater.

Channel 2’s Tom Jones tracked down the child’s father, who said he believes anger drove her actions.

“That was a vindictive act,” Kevin Dandridge said.

Dandridge said Mosley became upset and threatened to harm the child when he asked for custody. He said Mosley was angry at him and sent him the videos threatening to kill the child in retaliation.

He posted it on social media and it went viral. Dandridge, who lives out of state, said he posted it for one reason only.

“I just needed some help and I didn’t know how to locate her,” he explained.

He says a friend of Mosley’s saw his post and told him where she lives, and that’s how police found her.

Officers said the infant was taken to the hospital and was released.

Dandridge told Jones no father should have to see his child’s life threatened like that.

“I guess she just went off the deep end. I don’t understand,” he said.

Dandridge said Mosley was angry with him over money and the fact that he wanted custody of his child.

Police said when they arrived here at her home she had the baby and her 5- and 7-year-old children.

All the children in in the custody of child protective services.

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Watch: Dashcam video released of woman who claimed a Texas cop sexually assaulted her!!

sheritaThe Texas Department of Public Safety released arrest footage of a black woman who claimed the arresting officer repeatedly sexually assaulted her. But an internal investigation rendered reports that said the dashcam footage did not support the woman’s claims.

Texas law enforcement released footage featuring the arrest of Sherita Dixon Cole, and her account of the night — which included lurid allegations of sexual assault — were proven entirely false as a result.

Now the state’s Department of Public Safety is calling Cole’s lie a “despicable, slanderous, and false accusation,” and even Cole’s attorney has jumped ship on his support for her.

What’s the background here?

Activist and writer Shaun King reported allegationson Sunday that a Texas state trooper sexually assaulted a black woman during a traffic stop.

According to the report, an officer pulled the woman — Sherita Dixon Cole — over early Sunday morning on suspicion of driving under the influence.

After standard sobriety tests — and passing them, according to King — the officer reportedly decided to take Cole into custody anyway, simply because he didn’t like her “attitude.”

The officer reportedly placed Cole in the front seat, and the rest, as they say, is history.

King reported Cole’s graphic account, which alleged that the officer had sexually assaulted her several times on the way to the police station.

Cole was reportedly booked for DUI/DWI upon arrival at the station.

She reportedly visited a hospital after she was released later on Sunday.

An internal investigation rendered reports that said the dashcam footage did not support Cole’s claims.

A statementfrom the Texas Department of Public Safety reported that dashcam footage would be made public so long as the district attorney cleared the reveal.

What is being said now?

The district attorney did clear the tape’s release, and the footage was revealed Tuesday.

The Texas Department of Public Safety released the video and wrote in a statement shared on Facebook:

On May 20, 2018, at approximately 1:32 a.m., a Texas Highway Patrol Trooper observed a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu traveling south on Interstate 35 in Ellis County near U.S. 287. The vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation. Based on the traffic stop, the driver was arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI). The driver, identified as Sherita Dixon-Cole, 37, from Grapevine, was arrested and transported to the Ellis County Jail, where she was charged with DWI.

Following the arrest, spurious and false accusations related to this traffic stop were made against the Texas Trooper. Upon learning of those allegations, the Texas Department of Public Safety immediately took action to review the video in connection with this traffic stop and arrest. The video shows absolutely no evidence to support the egregious and unsubstantiated accusations against the Trooper during the DWI arrest of the suspect. The Department is appalled that anyone would make such a despicable, slanderous and false accusation against a peace officer who willingly risks his life every day to protect and serve the public.

At the department’s request, the Ellis County District Attorney’s Office has reviewed video of the traffic stop and arrest, and authorized the release of the video. The department today proactively and publicly released the video captured by the Trooper’s body camera, which can be viewed in its entirety at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aptl7ot189o.

(Note: Certain sections of the video have been blurred or rendered inaudible to protect information that is confidential by state statute, including Cole’s personally identifiable information.)

You can watch the video in its entirety below.

S. Lee Merritt, Cole’s attorney, released a statement on Tuesday defending the Texas police department.

Merritt wrote:

The body camera footage released directly conflicts with the accounts reported to my office. There is no readily apparent evidence of tampering with the footage. Officer Daniel Hubbard seems to comport himself professionally during the duration of the traffic stop and arrest and— without more— should be cleared of any wrongdoing. It is deeply troubling when innocent parties are falsely accused and I am truly sorry for any trouble these claims may have caused Officer Hubbard and his family. I take full responsibility for amplifying these claims to the point of national concern. This office regularly receives hundreds of complaints of abuse from across the nation and we are obligated to filter these messages thoroughly before relaying them to our powerful allies. Our office necessarily takes claims of abuse— particularly by law enforcement officers— very seriously. It is our responsibility to call for swift, transparent and thorough investigation into any such accusation. Our calls for professionalism and adherence to protocol, however, should not be misconstrued as a rush to judgment. To the contrary, our goal in presenting claims of misconduct is to arrive as quickly and as accurately as possible to the truth. We are thankful to the members of the community willing to echo our demands for transparency and justice. However, in this matter it seems your righteous vigilance was abused.

King has yet to tweet about the latest development, and has, in fact, apparently removedhis initial posting from Facebook, which went viral shortly after the time of posting.

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When She “Cut Them Off” On The Highway, She Didn’t Expect Them To Bring Out Baseball Bats (VIDEO)

If you are a driver, then there is a good chance you’ve experienced a bout of road rage at one time or another. It often happens as a result of someone cutting you off unexpectedly or when someone makes a poor driving decision as a result of being distracted and not paying attention to their surroundings.

Whatever the case, fights amongst drivers is more common than it should be and it proves that there is a whole lot of anger in this world.

After 26-year-old Mikaela Barboza cut off a woman while driving on US route 441 in Florida, she was beaten in a parking lot moments later. Evidently, after Barboza cut one of the women off, the sister of the women happened to be in another vehicle and the two ganged up on her. Barboza was scared for her life so she pulled over into a nearby parking lot, but the women followed and blocked her into the spot.

It started out with Barboza filming the other two women as they approached her with baseball bats. At first, she is yelling that she is not scared as the first woman approaches her, and then a second woman armed with a baseball bat approaches from the other side of the parking lot. They immediately start beating her with the bat. Prior to the beating, Barboza can be heard telling them that she has a child in the car, but they obviously don’t care, as they aggressively take her out with the bat. While it’s hard to make out the rest of the exchange, the two suspects can be heard accusing Barboza of “talking about black people.”

“We were kind of wrestling and the other sister with the other bat came over and started beating me over the head,” Barboza said.

Evidently, Barboza had another passenger in the car who managed to film the entire event, capturing the brutal beating inflicted by the other two female drivers, which ended in Barboza having a broken nose and seven staples and stitches in her head.

Following the incident, Barboza took it to social media and posted the video of herself being beaten alongside the following caption…

“This was because I cut them off. Then they made it about race after they beat me with two bats. Anybody who knows me KNOWS I don’t have a racist bone in my body.”

Probably the saddest part of the entire incident is the fact that you can hear Barboza’s young child crying and screaming in the car as the women are beating her. And there is a young boy that can be seen in the suspect’s vehicle, watching on as his mother is beating another woman. This is a clear cut reason why violence causes a rippling effect in society and wrecks havoc on families. The little boy in the car is going to be marked by this incident and there is a good chance that he too will use physical violence as a way of “solving problems.”

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Black Woman Was Just Sentenced To Five Years In Prison For Voting Illegally!

“She was never told that she couldn’t vote, and she voted in good faith,” her attorney said.

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A woman was sentenced Wednesday in Fort Worth, Texas, to five years in prison for voting illegally in the 2016 presidential election while she was on supervised release from a fraud conviction.

Crystal Mason, 43, a mother of two, was released from prison after serving almost three years for a tax fraud conviction in 2011, the Star-Telegram reported. She waived her right to a jury trial and had her sentence assessed instead, which state District Judge Ruben Gonzalez decided.

In court, Mason said she voted at the urging of her mother, who insisted, and had never been told she was not allowed to vote. When she went to vote, her name was not on the voter roll, but an election worker walked her through how to vote provisionally after signing an affidavit, she said.

Gonzalez asked during testimony why Mason didn’t read the affidavit, which has a list of requirements to vote, including that the voter is not a felon or has served their full sentence, the Dallas News reported. Mason said she did not read it closely because an official was helping her.

Mason told the judge about getting to watch her daughter graduate when she was released from prison and that she now wants to see her son graduate, adding that she would never have voted if she knew it would jeopardize that.

The mother of two also said she had served her time for tax fraud and “would never do that again.”

Mason was sentenced in 2011 after pleading guilty to fraud that stemmed from a tax-preparation business she had with her now ex-husband. The couple submitted inflated tax refunds to the Internal Revenue Service, and she was ordered to pay $4.2 million in restitution as part of her plea agreement, the Star-Telegram reported.

The judge had the option to sentence Mason to between two and 20 years in prison or probation for illegally voting.

J. Warren St. John, Mason’s defense attorney, said he had filed an appeal following the sentencing. BuzzFeed News has reached out to the defense attorney and prosecutor’s office for more information.

“She was never told that she couldn’t vote, and she voted in good faith,” St. John told the Star-Telegram after sentencing. “Why would she risk going back to prison for something that is not going to change her life?”

 

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