Saturday, March 13, 2021

Some $1,400 stimulus payments could be garnished for unpaid debts

Furious LGBT Activists Get Checkmated by TikTok Users With a New Hilarious Sexuality Type

AP Photo/Anjum Naveed

The LGBT activist community has convinced many that being straight is out of style and that in order to be trendy you have to identify as something. Your sexuality is now your identity, and the younger the age group the more this thinking has infected people.

According to the LGBT community, any choice in identity must be respected to the point of being revered. It can never be questioned or criticized. To be of any kind of sexuality makes one a higher being.

The only sexuality that isn’t protected is being straight which can be judged as “homophobic” or “transphobic” simply for not wanting to engage in sexual intercourse with someone who is gay or trans, especially trans. A straight person denying sex to a person who identifies as the opposite sex is “transphobic” because it’s the same as denying their sexuality.

Hilariously, straight TikTok users decided to play by the rules of this game and created their own sexuality.

Introducing “Super Straight.”

“Super Straight” means you’re only attracted to someone of the opposite sex who was born that way. It’s legitimate sexuality that now must be respected by the laws and rules of the LGBT community.

Needless to say, it has the trans community furious.

“Super Straight” started as a joke by a TikTok user trying to logic out a way for LGBT people to respect straight people. The video soon went viral, resulting in a host of users jumping on the bandwagon to identify as Super Straight themselves. This also created a backlash effect from the LGBT community who began reportedly sending death threats to the original uploader of the idea, as well as threatening his mother’s business.

Below, you can watch the original video plus many others that were created as a result.

It’s a loss by the LGBT activist community and it’s part of the reason they’re so angry about it. For decades, we’ve been told by the LGBT activist community that we’re all homophobic or transphobic because the world hasn’t been accepting of their sexuality, but now the tables have turned and the lack of acceptance now sits with them.

As a member of the Super Straight community, I couldn’t be more proud of my sexuality.

Super Straight pride.


Emails: FBI was looking for gold at Pennsylvania dig site

 Go for the gold? The U.S. government went for it.

FBI agents were looking for an extremely valuable cache of fabled Civil War-era gold — possibly tons of it — when they excavated a remote woodland site in Pennsylvania three years ago this month, according to government emails and other recently released documents in the case.

On March 13, 2018, treasure hunters led the FBI to Dent’s Run, about 135 miles (220 kilometers) northeast of Pittsburgh, where legend has it an 1863 shipment of Union gold was either lost or stolen on its way to the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia.

The FBI has long refused to confirm why exactly it went digging, saying only in written statements over the years that agents were there for a court-authorized excavation of “what evidence suggested may have been a cultural heritage site.”

In any event, the FBI says, the dig came up empty.

But the father-son duo who brought a small army of federal agents to the site remain convinced the FBI uncovered something there — and their lawyer, Bill Cluck, is still pressing the case, successfully suing for access to government emails about the dig.

Those documents, which Cluck provided to The Associated Press, show that federal law enforcement was indeed after buried treasure.

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Number 7: Former NY Journalist Accuses Andrew Cuomo of Sexual Harassment

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Jessica Bakeman, a journalist formerly stationed at the New York State Capitol, has come forward as the seventh woman to level allegations of sexual harassment against embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D).

Bakeman broke her silence about Cuomo in an essay published in The New Yorker on Friday, alleging that the governor placed his arm around her shoulders during a party at the Executive Mansion in 2012.

“He left it there, and kept me pinned next to him, for several minutes as he finished telling his story,” Bakeman, now an education reporter for Miami’s WLRN, recalled. “I stood there, my cheeks hot, giggling nervously as my male colleagues did the same. We all knew it was wrong, but we did nothing.”

In another instance, Bakeman alleges that the governor held her body tightly while she said goodnight at a holiday party in 2014.

“He took my hand, as if to shake it, then refused to let go,” she recalled. “He put his other arm around my back, his hand on my waist, and held me firmly in place while indicating to a photographer he wanted us to pose for a picture.”

According to Bakeman, Cuomo’s behavior toward her was not about sex but rather exerting “power.”

“He wanted me to know that he could take my dignity away at any moment with an inappropriate comment or a hand on my waist,” she wrote.

“The way he bullies and demeans women is different,” she added.  “He uses touching and sexual innuendo to stoke fear in us. That is the textbook definition of sexual harassment.”

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5 police officers face life in prison after shooting a 15-year-old boy 13 times after he reportedly attempted to rob a convenience store

At least five Oklahoma City police officers are facing first-degree manslaughter charges in the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy who was reportedly trying to rob a convenience store.

What are the details?

On Nov. 23, Oklahoma City police officers responded to a call for an attempted armed robbery at an area convenience store. When officers arrived on the scene, they encountered the suspect, 15-year-old Stavian Rodriguez.

Footage of the encounter has been released showing Rodriguez — who was armed when officers arrived on the scene — placing his weapon on the ground and appearing to cooperate with police.

"Show us your hands, sir," cops can be heard telling the teen. "Nobody has to get hurt."

Rodriguez can be seen lifting his shirt to show officers that he has a gun in tucked in the waistband of his jeans. He places the weapon on the ground as an officer shouts, "Get face-down on the ground!"

Rodriguez then seems to attempt a reach into his pocket in a motion that appears to be the act of removing something else.

Moments later, officers shoot Rodriguez at least 13 times, killing him.

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Open Blog - Weekend


Friday, March 12, 2021

Cuomo refuses to resign, says he won't bow to 'cancel culture'

Racine After Dark - 1954

Armed men abduct college students

Animal keeper at Columbus Zoo injured after being attacked by cheetah

Woman involved in attack on Uber driver arrested in Las Vegas

Majority of NYS legislators have now called for Cuomo's resignation

Dr. Fauci on combating COVID one year into pandemic

Distant Planet May Be On Its 2nd Atmosphere, NASA’s Hubble Finds

Sarah Everard: Could this finally shift the dial on women’s safety? - BBC Newsnight

Denmark suspends use of AstraZeneca vaccine over blood clot fears

Report Finds LAPD Mishandled George Floyd Protests

Jimmy Kimmel Live’s One Year Lockdown Coronaversary Spectacular

State Assembly Judiciary Committee To Investigate Gov. Cuomo

Watch President Biden’s Full Remarks On Anniversary Of Covid Pandemic | NBC News

Police say person who robbed a bank in Sturtevant shot and killed themself while fleeing from police

From The Journal

This photo was taken on Washington Avenue (Highway 20) near its intersection with West Road at about 11:45 a.m. Thursday. Traffic was diverted due to law-enforcement activity nearby. 

MOUNT PLEASANT — A man being pursued by police for an alleged bank robbery shot and killed himself during the pursuit, according to a news release from local law enforcement.

The suspect died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after fleeing police at about 11 a.m. Thursday in Mount Pleasant.

According to a joint press release from the Sturtevant and Mount Pleasant police departments:

At approximately 11:22 a.m., Sturtevant police responded to a report of an armed robbery at Tri-City National Bank, 8710 Durand Ave.

The suspect then left the bank in a vehicle with an undisclosed amount of money.

Mount Pleasant police officers located the vehicle on Oakes Road near Highway 20 and pursued the vehicle until it reached West Road.

As it approached West Road, the vehicle slowed down. According to police, the driver shot himself and was pronounced dead shortly after.

Sturtevant Police are continuing their investigation with the assistance of the Mount Pleasant Police Department and the FBI; they say there is no danger to the public.

Anyone with information on this incident can contact the Mount Pleasant Police Department at 262-884-0454 option 4, contact Crime Stoppers at 262-636-9330, or visit


Woman told boyfriend he needed to move out in the days before her murder

Why we need Forced Sterilization

Speaks for itself - two irresponsible idiots who should have been paid to not breed. Welfare 4 Life!

In the days before she was killed, Charniese Brown had told her boyfriend, Ranon Brownlee, that she was breaking up with him.

According to a criminal complaint filed Thursday, in a series of text messages Brownlee had accused Brown, 26, of cheating on him last weekend, and sent her a series of angry and threatening messages.

“Charniese, in the text messages, denied the accusation but repeatedly told the defendant their relationship was over and that he needed to move out,” the complaint states.

Brownlee, 51, of Kenosha, was formally charged Thursday with first-degree intentional homicide, alleged to have killed Brown Monday while in a jealous rage.

According to the criminal complaint, Brown called 911 at about 5:30 p.m. Monday from the couple’s home, 1704 73rd St., saying Brownlee was trying to kill her. As Brown begged for help, the dispatcher could hear what sounded like someone being stabbed and then the sound of a shotgun being fired. The dispatcher could hear a man repeatedly yelling at the woman, accusing her of sleeping with someone, as the sounds of violence continued.

When Kenosha Police arrived minutes later, Brownlee “walked out of the front door of the residence with his arms raised,” the complaint states. “The defendant’s hands, clothing, shoes and knees of (his) pants were covered in blood.”

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Former City of Ratcine Lying John Dickert's vacant Porters Development site sold for $540,000.00.

Open Blog - Friday


Thursday, March 11, 2021

Biden to sign third COVID-19 relief bill, Americans could see stimulus checks by end of March

The Story Of Racine On The Lake

Former Porters of Racine block in downtown Racine sold to Cardinal Capital

From The Milwaukee Business Journal:

The vacant former Porters of Racine block is next to the Racine County Courthouse.

Stress Caused By Pandemic To Blame For Unexpected Hair Loss, Local Doctor Says

Brazil's overwhelmed health system close to collapsing as COVID-19 deaths set record

Relaxed guidelines for nursing home visits in Washington and nationwide

California Gov. Newsom Speaks Out Amid Pandemic Response Criticism | NBC Nightly News

Texas is OPEN, Trump Wants Vaccine Credit & Jimmy Pranks 4th Graders

Filibuster: What it is, how it could affect Biden's agenda in Senate | Just the FAQs

China Rubber Stamps Hong Kong Elections Overhaul

Cuomo Under Fire: Governor Continues to Fend Off Harassment Allegations | NBC New York

Biden: Johnson & Johnson, Merck Partnership Will Increase Vaccine Supply To Beat Pandemic | NBC News

Psaki Says Biden Will Sign Covid Relief Bill On Friday | NBC News NOW

Open Blog - Thursday

Have a good one.

Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Japanese sea slugs regrow new hearts and bodies | Regeneration | Decapitation | English World News

Russia China Bonhomie Plays Out | Set To Build Space Lunar Station | NewsX

Queen Elizabeth Responds To Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Interview | NBC Nightly News

Hackers Breach Thousands of Security Cameras, Exposing Tesla, Jails, Hospitals


From Racine County Corruption:





                                                      Judge Shelley Grogan

Court of Appeals, Second District Candidate

Where? Demarks Bar and Grill

1600 Albert Street, Racine Wi.

When? March 10th beginning @ 6:30 pm

Currently, Judge Grogan is the permanent Judicial Assistant to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley.  Working side-by-side with Justice Rebecca Bradley, she is doing the same tasks that appellate judges and justices do.

Shelley is also a sitting judge in the City of Muskego, where she have lived for over 25 years. Judge Grogan also maintains a busy schedule as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School                                  and a mother of 3 children.

You may read more about her here:

Elections are on April 6th, 2021

Honest Open Transparent




Japan Tsunami 2011: Fukushima Innkeeper Recounts That Fateful Day

WHO study finds 1 in 3 women experience physical, sexual violence

The Queen “Saddened” After Meghan & Harry’s Interview

91-year-old cop has no plans to retire

Evacuation sites opened for those affected by North Shore flooding as heavy rain continues for all i

Facing recall, Newsom discusses ‘unthinkable’ pandemic challenges and offers hope for future

FOX 13 Investigates: Grisly decapitation of ambassador at Arches

Dems Push Ahead With COVID-Relief Package

White House: Stimulus checks to come this month, but without Biden's signature

Lawsuit against Foxconn dismissed at request of Caledonia man who filed it

From The Journal

MOUNT PLEASANT — A lawsuit against Foxconn filed by a man who owns hundreds of acres of land in the Interstate 94 corridor has been dismissed at the man’s request.

Daniel Hintz of Caledonia had hoped to cash in with the property as development was expected to grow in the area surrounding Foxconn.

Hintz filed the suit against Foxconn in Racine County Circuit County on Feb. 2. In the suit, on behalf of Racine County and Mount Pleasant, Hintz accused Foxconn of breaching its local development agreement.

Public entities did not accuse the company of breaking the agreement, but Racine County and Mount Pleasant were both considered “involuntary plaintiffs” in the case since Hintz alleged that Foxconn’s contract with the entities had been broken.

Mount Pleasant and Racine County were also technically considered defendants in the case, because of their connection to the matter of dispute in the case.

One of Hintz’s attorneys, Stuart Chanen, explained via email that the suit only sought legal relief from Foxconn, not the village or county.

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Re: Vos Head in Sand

As we've seen again and again in Racine County - many public officials and public employees are caught in situations where they would otherwise lose their positions and the perks, bennies, pay, pensions, and lifestyles that go along with them. Many "Public servants" (not all) are nothing but a mask worn in public hiding who they actually are - and beholden to those who place them in power and fund their campaigns/lifestyle. John Dickert played the lead role in the Senior play at St. Cats - he is an actor. He was a "King" even in HS - and yet a POS - he had a Court and bed many of the girls - I should know - I was his classmate. 

Anyways - it should be no surprise that most Politicians lead a double life - and sometimes the hidden secrets which keep them in control become public knowledge if they become liabilities and here is a good example:

Geroge Petak threw his vote, sold out the people, and was well rewarded - just like Rich Chiapete, just like Tim Zarzecki, just like John Dickert, just like Stephanie Kohlhagen, etc, etc. Vos doesn't have his head in the sand - you do. He serves his Masters well.

Democrat Logic: Joe Biden Says Military Will Focus on Making “Maternity Flight Suits” — So Pregnant Women Can Drop Into Enemy Territory During Wartime? (VIDEO)


Happy International Women’s Day!
The Biden White House announced on Monday, which happened to be International Women’s Day, that the US military is focusing on “maternity flight suits” for pregnant women.

Because it’s important that pregnant women are able to drop into enemy territory during wartime.

Biden made the statement right before he forgot where the hell he was and the name of the general standing behind him.

Joe’s handler for the day, Kamala Harris, was standing behind him but failed in her daily duties.


Open Blog - Wednesday

Another beautiful day.

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Why People Believe Covid-19 Conspiracies

Dr. Richard Besser: New vaccine guidelines are 'credible’

Women's Day protests turn violent in Mexico

Doctor Captures Powerful Images From Pandemic’s Front Lines | NBC Nightly News

First Dogs back in Delaware after White House 'biting incident'

CDC Has Good News For The Fully Vaccinated

Jimmy Kimmel on Meghan & Harry’s Shocking Interview with Oprah

Congress nears final passage of Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill

What Precautions Should You Take After You Get Vaccinated Against Covid-19? | MSNBC

Derek Chauvin on trial for George Floyd’s killing | WNT

Live by the sword, die by #MeToo: If we’re judging Andrew Cuomo by his own standards, he must resign as New York’s governor

From RT:

New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at a news conference on September 08, 2020 in New York City. © AFP / SPENCER PLATT

The pressure is growing on the New York governor, who’s been accused by a number of women of inappropriate conduct. Given his past comments, it would be hypocritical if he didn’t step down from his role.

What Cuomo posted on Twitter on September 17, 2018 was pretty ironic. After finding himself in a similar situation, the same person who demanded a delay in the confirmation vote for Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is now stating that he won’t resign

Many women have come forward with accusations about Governor Cuomo’s behavior, and we find ourselves in another situation where someone in authority is going to have to be held to account by the #MeToo standard. 

Other Democrats are already holding Cuomo to that standard. The speaker of the New York state general assembly, Carl Heastie, and the state senate majority leader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins, have called for him to step down. There have also been discussions on whether or not to draft articles of impeachment to pull him out of office. 

Whether Cuomo realizes it or not, he is being judged by the exact same measure he uses to judge others. A post-Kavanaugh Democrat Party is one that has to be held to its own standards. If not, it stands accused of being massively hypocritical, and the more progressive wing of the party is likely to be increasingly vocal about that. It’ll also worsen the split within the #MeToo movement, which many Democrats have used as a cudgel to beat their opponents.

No doubt there will be some who’ll find this situation deeply satisfying, as it’s emblematic of an entire political party having to reap what it sows. Cuomo was someone who was portrayed as a hero during the Covid crisis. He was even given an Emmy award for his press conferences. The media went to bat for him, and largely swept his targeting of Orthodox Jewish communities under the rug. 

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San Francisco TV Reporter Robbed At Gunpoint While Covering Auto Thefts

From ZeroHedge:

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MONDAY, MAR 08, 2021 - 23:05

The effects of the virus pandemic and socio-economic implosion that followed compounded with failed liberal leadership have transformed some parts of San Francisco into high-crime areas. A KPIX 5 reporter investigating a series of car break-ins around Twin Peaks was robbed at gunpoint for his camera, reported KPIX 5

KPIX reporter Don Ford reported at Twin Peaks in San Francisco last Wednesday when a white luxury sedan with four men inside pulled up and put a Glock to his face, demanding his camera. 

"The car came up here while we were about to do an interview, three guys jumped out," said Ford. "One had a gun and put in my face and said, 'We're taking the camera.'"

"My whole thought at the moment was be calm. Let's not get this guy excited. He's got the gun. I don't. So you take you the camera. It's yours Buddy," he said. 

"I was worried that this is what's gonna happen, because as thieves get more and more brazen, they do more and more brazenly things. I'm not making that up. We just had that experience today," a neighbor who asked not to be identified. 

Ford was preparing to interview a homeowner when the incident unfolded. 

"I just looked and I said, 'I'm not going to get shot today,'" the homeowner said. 

Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, who serves the metro area's District 8, which includes Twin Peaks, tweeted the incident is "ridiculous & unacceptable but not entirely unexpected in San Francisco in 2021."

"We need to adequately resource public safety agencies, adopt better strategies to stop repeat offenders & make clear that San Francisco is not a place that you can commit crimes & put people's lives at risk with impunity," Mandelman said.

Violent crime has increased in the metro area since lawmakers defunded the San Francisco Police Department by $25 million from $692.9 million in 2020 to $667.9 million. 

Citywide robberies and automobile vehicle thefts are surging; latest crime data shows burglaries jumped 59.4%, and motor vehicle thefts are up 20.8% so far this year.

San Francisco police could see upwards of 11% or 167 officers laid off due to budget cuts. The possible reduction could significantly impact patrols and result in more crime. 

Besides surging vehicle thefts and other violent crimes, companies are closing up shops as shoplifting has become a significant problem. 

On top of this all, there's an exodus of residents who are leaving San Francisco for rural communities, fed up with the city's socio-economic implosion. The ability to work-at-home has also accelerated outbound migration. San Fran could one day be a hallowed out town, like Baltimore and or Detroit, if these trends persist. 

Here's the full report via KPIX 5 of the reporter who was robbed at gunpoint. 


In Embarrassing Senior Moment, Biden Forgets What Pentagon's Called, Blanks On Secretary Of Defense Name

From ZeroHedge:

Tyler Durden's Photo
MONDAY, MAR 08, 2021 - 18:25

Joe Biden appears to be getting worse.

After bumbling through a public appearance last week - at one point mumbling "What am I doing here?" while forgetting the names of key Democrats, the President of the United States on Monday couldn't remember the name of the Pentagon, or his own Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin - who spoke minutes before Biden took the stage to offer remarks during International Women's Day.

Here's a very confused Biden on March 1st asking what he's doing there:

Perhaps that's why Biden's handlers won't let him answer questions:

On Monday, the Washington Post noted that Vice President Kamala Harris is taking an "unusually large role" in shaping Biden's foreign policy - having spoken with six world leaders independently of Biden, and was a "vocal participant in deliberations over how to respond to Iran-backed militias’ attacks on U.S. forces in Iraq, as well as whether to sanction Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi," according to the White House.

Of course, both Biden and Harris did refer to the "Harris administration" on more than one occasion during the 2020 election.

Bombs -- away?

In late February, dozens of House Democrats asked Biden to relinquish sole authority to use nuclear weapons, since "The military is obligated to carry out the order if they assess it is legal under the laws of war," should Biden - or a future president - choose to launch nukes without consulting advisers.

Two weeks later, a bipartisan group of Senators introduced legislation which would strip Biden of the ability to launch military operations without first seeking congressional approval after Biden bombed Syria.

Former Clinton insider Dick Morris predicted that Democrats will invoke the 25th Amendment on Biden "So that a strike could not be launched without consulting with his Cabinet or with leaders of Congress, something that no president has been asked to do in 76 years since we’ve had the bomb," adding "I think both of those indicate that the Democrats have in the back of their minds, and increasingly towards the front of their minds, moving to oust Biden under the 25th Amendment."

Amazing, considering Biden received the most votes in history.