Violence erupts in California beach town as Trump supporters clash with protesters

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The seaside community of Huntington Beach, California, was the scene of chaotic, violent, brawls as supporters and opponents of US President Donald Trump clashed, leading to four arrests.


Trump supporters were holding a rally Saturday in the popular southern Californian beach town when multiple fights broke out with demonstrators who had come to protest the event. The Los Angeles Times reported that the violence was sparked after one of the protesters pepper sprayed a woman who was one of the rally’s organizers.

The OC register reports that 2,000 Trump supporters attended the rally. The fighting started early in the afternoon as the supporters of the president were marching along Bolsa Chica state beach around 40 miles (64 km) south of Los Angeles.

California State Parks Police estimated that 2,000 Trump supporters attended the rally. Approximately 20 anti-Trump protesters, dressed all in black, were at the scene. They reportedly refused to move from a bike path to allow the rally to pass and the confrontation quickly turned violent.

Footage from the scene shows people fighting in the sand and a group of nearly two dozen Trump supporters chasing a masked man away from the beach and onto a freeway. The man was then stopped by members of the California highway patrol.

“I hit him five times with the flag over his head,” Travis Guenther, who was carrying a “Make America Great Again” flag, boasted to the Los Angeles Times.

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Four counter-protesters were arrested, three for illegal use of pepper spray and one for assault and battery, Kevin Pearsall, a spokesman for the California state parks police, said on to Reuters. None of their names were immediately released. Pearsall confirmed that at least one person was pepper-sprayed by an anti-Trump protester.

The Huntington Beach rally was part of wider pro-Trump rallies taking place across America. The demonstration in Omaha, Nebraska, also spiraled into violence as a fracas broke out between the president’s supporters and detractors. KETV Omaha report that eight people were arrested and police officers fired pepper balls to disperse the crowd.

On Saturday evening, Trump thanked those who attended the rallies to support him, saying on Twitter: “Thanks you for all of the Trump Rallies today. Amazing support. We will all MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

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Jackie Speier panned for bizarre “tarantula” metaphor during Comey hearing

By Paul Joseph Watson | March 20, 2017

Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) raised eyebrows during today’s House Intelligence Committee when she claimed Russia had committed an “act of war” against the United States, before being subsequently panned for a bizarre metaphor involving a tarantula.

During testimony by FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers into whether Russia interfered in the presidential election, Speier asserted , without citing any evidence, that Moscow had launched “hybrid warfare”.

After Comey and Rogers agreed that Russia was an “adversary” seeking to “harm” the United States, Speier said that Russia had engaged in “conventional warfare,” “irregular warfare,” and “cyber warfare”.

Both Comey and Rogers refused to agree that Russia had engaged in any type of “warfare,” but Speier went on to argue that they did.

“I actually think that their engagement was an act of war, an act of hybrid warfare and I think that’s why the American people should be concerned about it,” she said.

Speier then proceeded to describe “a spider web with a tarantula in the middle” with the tarantula being Vladimir Putin “who is entrapping many people to do his bidding and engage with him,” before she named Roger Stone as one of those individuals.

Twitter users were quick to mock Speier, pointing out that tarantulas don’t spin webs to catch prey.

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During the hearing, Comey revealed that the FBI was investigating alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia although he acknowledged that there was no evidence Russia hacked or change any actual votes.


UPDATE: FBI Extensively Used BEST BUY ‘Geek Squad’ For Secret Surveillance…

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By R. Scott Moxley

Recently unsealed records reveal a much more extensive secret relationship than previously known between the FBI and Best Buy’s Geek Squad, including evidence the agency trained company technicians on law-enforcement operational tactics, shared lists of targeted citizens and, to covertly increase surveillance of the public, encouraged searches of computers even when unrelated to a customer’s request for repairs.

To sidestep the U.S. Constitution‘s prohibition against warrantless invasions of private property, federal prosecutors and FBI officials have argued that Geek Squad employees accidentally find and report, for example, potential child pornography on customers’ computers without any prodding by the government. Assistant United States Attorney M. Anthony Brown last year labeled allegations of a hidden partnership as “wild speculation.” But more than a dozen summaries of FBI memoranda filed inside Orange County’s Ronald Reagan Federal Courthouse this month in USA v. Mark Rettenmaier contradict the official line.

One agency communication about Geek Squad supervisor Justin Meade noted, “Agent assignments have been reviewed and are appropriate for operation of this source,” that the paid informant “continues to provide valuable information on [child pornography] matters” and has “value due to his unique or potential access to FBI priority targets or intelligence responsive to FBI national and/or local collection.”

Other records show how Meade’s job gave him “excellent and frequent” access for “several years” to computers belonging to unwitting Best Buy customers, though agents considered him “underutilized” and wanted him “tasked” to search devices “on a more consistent basis.”

To enhance the Geek Squad role as a “tripwire” for the agency, another FBI record voiced the opinion that agents should “schedule regular meetings” with Meade “to ensure he is reporting.”

A Feb. 27, 2008, agency document memorialized plans “seeking the training of the Geek Squad Facility technicians designed to help them identify what type of files and/or images would necessitate a call to the FBI.”

Jeff Haydock, a Best Buy vice president, told OCWeekly in January there has been no arrangement with the FBI. “If we discover child pornography in the normal course of serving a computer, phone or tablet, we have an obligation to contact law enforcement,” he said, calling such policy “the right thing to do.”

But evidence demonstrates company employees routinely snooped for the agency, contemplated “writing a software program” specifically to aid the FBI in rifling through its customers’ computers without probable cause for any crime that had been committed, and were “under the direction and control of the FBI.”

Multiple agency memoranda underscore the coziness with Best Buy, including one that stated, “The Louisville Division has maintained [a] close liaison with the Greek Squad management in an effort to glean case initiations and to support the division’s Computer Intrusion and Cyber Crime programs.”
These latest revelations are the result of the work of James D. Riddet, the San Clemente-based defense attorney representing Rettenmaier. The doctor, who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology, is fighting allegations he knowingly possessed child pornography after the Geek Squad claimed it found an illicit image on a Hewlett Packard computer he left with the company for repair in 2011. U.S. Department of Justice officials filed criminal charges the following year. But the case has been in legal limbo while U.S. District Court Judge Cormac J. Carney considers Riddet’s contentions of outrageous government conduct.

In 2016, the defense lawyer claimed the FBI made Best Buy an unofficial wing of the agency by incentivizing Geek Squad employees to dig through customers’ computers, paying $500 each time they found evidence that could launch criminal cases.

There are also technical weaknesses in the agency’s pursuit of Rettenmaier. Just weeks before his arrest, federal judges ruled in a notable separate matter that child porn found on a computer’s unallocated space couldn’t be used to win a possession conviction because there is almost no way to learn who placed it there, who viewed it, or when or why it was deleted. Cynthia Kayle, a lead agent working against Rettenmaier, knew Geek Squad informants had found the image in unallocated space, which is only accessible via highly specialized computer-intrusion tools the doctor didn’t possess. Agents won a magistrate judge’s permission to advance the case by failing to advise him of those facts and falsified an official time line to hide warrantless searches, according to the defense lawyer. Brown disputes any law-enforcement wrongdoing.

But the government’s case took more blows in January. During a pretrial hearing with obnoxious FBI agents visibly angered that I’d alerted the public about their heavy-handed tactics, Riddet asked Carney to take his first look at the image found on his client’s device, pointing out the picture does not depict sex or show genitals. The lawyer then questioned agent Tracey L. Riley, who retreated from her original, case-launching stance that the image—known as “9yoJenny”—was definitely child pornography to “not exactly” child porn. Under questioning, experts for both the defense and the government testified that it’s not only possible for files from the internet to land on a computer without the owner’s knowledge, but that it also frequently happens.

Riddet wants Carney to suppress the evidence and dismiss the case. “The FBI’s internal documentation of its relationship with its informants and the correspondence between the FBI and its informants suggest a joint venture to ferret out child porn,” he told the judge on March 1. “Accordingly, Geek Squad City (GSC) is a government entity and its employees’ searches are warrantless government searches in violation of the Fourth Amendment. . . . There was a total of eight FBI informants in GSC’s data-recovery department at various times.”

Carney faces what could be a monumental ruling with nationwide implications. This Republican judge and former UCLA football player has been known to ridicule law-enforcement tactics when he considers them unethical. If he doesn’t accept Riddet’s stance and tolerates the government’s already documented abuses, a trial is tentatively scheduled to begin on June 6 in Santa Ana.

Sanctuary Cities And Now Comes Sanctuary Universities

Published on Mar 9, 2017

We does it finally end, High School, Grade School, Kindergarten, Preschool, and Daycare? Perhaps it ends with Sanctuary Maternity Wards.

My Personal Paradise

Wow… talk about biting the hand that feeds you. No funding for colleges that think their opinions supersede federal law.
Ernest Peña

stupid whites that are disrespecting president Trump and going against the American people. These stupid little liberal whites that have no brains.
JyByrd Jybyrd

No federal funds for you
Leocardia Emanuel

The UC campuses really do need to be purged. All of them. They are hotbeds of subversives.


Homeless epidemic exploding as globalists cater to illegals, “refugees”

| – MARCH 6, 2017

Citizen journalists have captured stunning images and video of homeless encampments that are spiraling out of control in the shadows of Disneyland and Anaheim Stadium in California.

The tent city has recently sprung up along the Santa Ana riverbed, near a busy convergence of three major California highways known as the “Orange Crush,” at the border of Anaheim and Santa Ana, the latter a “sanctuary city.”

Homeless activists estimate that as many as 1,000 people are camped in the region.

Locals have become increasingly alarmed by the rapid spread of unregulated squatters and their belongings – and their waste.

“As a cyclist who uses the trail to ride to the beach often, over this last year it has gotten substantially worse,” an Orange Co. resident told Infowars. “It is unsafe and unsanitary with loose dogs everywhere and human fecal matter scattered on the trail.”

“The area is disgusting and reeks of trash and feces.”

He reports that the bike trail, once popular with outdoors enthusiasts and families which runs for miles to beaches along the Pacific Ocean, has become unsafe as miscreants plot assaults and robberies on passing riders, even laying tripwires across the path.


County and city officials are well-aware of the unfolding crisis, but seem to be turning a blind eye.

A lawsuit filed by the ACLU claims that local police in multiple cities have made it policy to advise homeless to move to the riverbed region to avoid citation or arrest.

The suit, which claimed that Orange Co. was ‘unconstitutionally imprisoning’ the homeless when they attempted to erect fences as part of an on-going flood prevention project, provides a look at how groups like the ACLU are contributing to the banana republicization of California and the nation at large.

First Defendants and other law enforcement agencies direct individuals to the Santa Ana Riverbed, then they falsely imprison them by literally building fences around them that make it impossible for them to leave…such a Kafkaesque system cannot stand and is not lawful,” read the suit.

A settlement was reached shortly after, leaving taxpayers on the hook for the ACLU attorney fees.


Governor Jerry Brown and his coterie of fellow travelers invest over $25 billion per year in illegal immigrants, the Washington Times reports.

Ballot Pedia reports that, “Between fiscal years 2014 and 2015, total government spending in California increased by approximately $41.7 billion—from $210.9 billion in fiscal year 2014 to an estimated $252.6 billion in 2015.” And estimates for Brown’s on-going pet project, the “bullet train to nowhere,” are pushing $100 billion.

As Democrats move towards official “sanctuary state” status and #CalExit, California is coming apart at the seams, structurally, financially and culturally due to socialist policies that have degraded the once-great state for decades – the same kinds of policies that Barack Obama and his failed successor, Hillary Clinton, have worked to implement at the federal level in an effort to turn the entire country into one giant California.

“As California goes, so goes the nation…”

Mark Levin Provides Proof Obama Admin Wiretapped Trump Tower

Published on Mar 5, 2017


looks like obummer nobel peace prize will be shoved up his ass when he goes to prison
Love Duck

the guardian paper UK is left leaning.

I don’t understand why President Trump does not fire James Comey. He went out of his way to protect the Clintons and not prosecute a known criminal. Why? He’s bought and paid for by the Democrats. Anyone who thinks HE is a Republican is deluded. He reopened an investigation on 650,00 files and closed it within days! Nothing to see here. B.S.
KY Redblood

Was the secret plane meeting between Clinton and Lynch a transfer of spied on Trump Campaign transcripts to the Clinton Campaign
Vlasta Molak

That peace prize was a joke! Europe is gone to the dogs of Islam with EU and stupid European politicians allowing Muslim invasion of Europe. Swedish and Norway delusional Jew hatred is awakened by the Muslim invaders who had turned those Nordic countries into rape heavens for Muslims who think that all women are a fair game for rape!
Eli Sampley

The only thing obama changed was how long you can be on unemployment and welfare. Hope and Change my ass…