Saturday, September 26, 2020

Atlanta Black Lives Matter Activist Facing Federal Charges

 Atlanta activist spent $200G in Black Lives Matter donations on house,  personal expenses: FBI | Fox News

Sir Maejor Page, whose real name is Tyree Conyers-Page, is accused of using Black Lives Matter organization's money on personal expenses.

The FBI on Friday arrested an Atlanta-based activist on Friday for allegedly laundering more than $200,000 in donations intended for the Black Lives Matter movement.

According to a reports by FOX 5 Atlanta and multiple other outlets, Sir Maejor Page, whose real name is Tyree Conyers-Page, was arrested in Toledo, Ohio. Authorities said he used donations for the Black Lives Matter movement on personal expenses.

Page ran a Facebook page called Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta and solicited donations through a GoFundMe account, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, citing the FBI. The group began accepting donations following George Floyd's death, and Page allegedly assured donors all money would be used for "movement-related expenses."

More @ Patch

Watch: Amy Coney Barrett Gives Acceptance Speech After Being Nominated To Supreme Court



Federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett, 48, gave an acceptance speech on Saturday afternoon after President Donald Trump nominated her to the Supreme Court.

“I love the United States, and I love the United States’ constitution,” Barrett said. “I’m truly humbled by the prospect of serving on the Supreme Court. Should I be confirmed, I will be mindful of who came before me.”

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Memoirs of Service Afloat During the War Between the States by Admiral Raphael Semmes

 This magnificent 120 yr old statue was removed by Repub. mayor Sandy Stimpson June 5, 2020. See NOTE below. 

This magnificent 120 yr old statue was removed by Republican mayor Sandy Stimpson June 5, 2020.

Publisher's Note from Gene Kizer, Jr.: The six chapters of Memoirs of Service Afloat During the War Between the States, by Admiral Raphael Semmes, published in this and the two previous blog posts, are the most outstanding, accurate and complete argument on the causes of the War Between the States that I have ever read in a short analysis.

Semmes covers everything and leaves nothing out. He is right about both North and South believing in States Rights until about 1830, which is only 31 years before the war.

What changed was the massive immigration into the North that made them aware of their sectional strength. By 1860, Northerners realized if they could just rally their votes, they could take over the government and have higher tariffs than ever, such as the astronomical Morrill Tariff, as well as more bounties, subsidies, monopolies and any other way they could conceive of to increase their wealth and power.

More @ Charleston Athenaeum Press

Company to let Utah Jazz suite remain empty over NBA's 'political propaganda'

Via Cousin Colby 

 Company to let Utah Jazz suite remain empty over NBA's 'political  propaganda' | KUTV

 Calling recent actions by NBA players, coaches, and the league itself "almost beyond expression," a Utah company plans to let its licensed suite at Vivint Smart Home Arena to "remain dark and unused" as a response.

SME Steel Contractors sent a letter to Utah Jazz owner Gail Miller expressing "disappointment and disillusionment" with the recent actions done by the league in the aftermath of May's killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

The company says it has spent "approximately $6 million" by licensing a full suite to all home games since 1992.

The letter -- signed by CEO Craig Moyes, owner Jerry Moyes, President Dieter H. Klohn, and VP of finance Gordon K. Holladay -- begins with a breakdown of SME Steel's history with the Jazz before explaining why the company is taking such actions.

More @ KUTV

John Legend: I Might Leave America If Trump Remains President. Uh-Huh. Legend Just Bought $17.5M Beverly Hills Mansion.

Meet the people leaving Trump's America - BBC Worklife

Timing is everything.

In an interview published Friday, singer John Legend told Cosmopolitan UK that he and his wife Chrissy Teigen have thought of leaving America if President Trump remains President of the United States. 

Legend stated, “Every once in a while you think about it. We were born and raised here, all of our families are here. It would be hard to leave. But I don’t know what one’s supposed to do when you have a leader who is trying to destroy democracy.”

 More @ The Daily Wire

Joe Biden Calls The Troops Stupid Bastards

 Via Rich


 BAD JOKE JOE. New Video, Biden calls US troops "Stupid Bastards" - YouTube