News Roundup

Short takes on Da Nooz:

1) Presidential hopeful Pete Buttplug indicated he is open to the idea of raising the legal age for firearm purchases  —  Cool.  As long as he also supports raising the voting age by the same number.

2) Venezuelan dictator Maduro announced late Monday that he would order “surprise” war games to plan for attacks against the United States on a “permanent” basisso basically, he’s copying California and D.C., except they’re not playing.

3) Portland Police Bureau are seeking the public’s help in identifying four Antifa members who took part in a recent protest in the city where police officers and civilians were attacked  —  and a prediction:  one day these little fascist fucks are going to threaten or beat the wrong guy, and get shot in the faceOn that day, I will publish a report of the incident under “Righteous Shootings”.

4) Paki Rape Gang Sentenced To Jail Terms  —  instead of being taken out behind the courthouse and shot in the back of the neck, unfortunately.

5) EU Wants To Keep Plundering Britain’s Fishing Waters  —  OR, the Brits can just send out their new aircraft carrier for “practice war games” and sink every EU ship it comes across.  It’s not like the Euros could do anything about it, not one of them having a deepwater navy.

6) Noted Homophobe Trump Appoints Homo As DNI  —  so much for that little Lefty talking point(Of course, he’s the wrong kind of homo, being conservative, hence the howls of protest from the Hair On Fire Party.)

7) CanuckiPM Girlyman Has No Clue —  no surprises there, especially as he secretly supports their protests.

and finally:

8) Eating a big breakfast could help you burn double the amount of calories than if you eat a larger meal at dinner  —  y’all know what to do now, don’tcha?

By the way, if that were true, I’d weigh about 100lbs.


  1. ““We’re not going to come out and save you,” Portland police tell a videographer who ran to them for help after being pursued by an aggressive mob of masked antifa militants. Police tell him to go elsewhere because they won’t be helping. ”

    That’s a tweet from Andy Ngo, who was beaten by Antifa and put in the hospital.

    It’s kind of hard to feel a lot of sympathy for the police. You can say it’s the politicians’ fault, but the cops stood by repeatedly and let Antifa do this crap. Now that their inaction has emboldened Antifa to the point they no longer respect the cops on the street, those cops want to do something about it.

    Well, welcome to the party, pal, but you’re gonna have to earn back the trust you threw away.

  2. “escalating blockades that threaten the economy and could lead to shortages of fuel and food.”

    Trudope should just let the protests keep going for a while. The regular citizenry will take care of the problem when they start getting hungry. I read something a day or two ago saying that the train companies are suspending runs because of the same blockades.

  3. 3) Downtown Portland has become a very dangerous area.
    Tourists used to love walking the streets and shopping; the store owners are complaining, shuttering, or hiring their own armed security (off-duty LEOs), but the fault lies with the mayor, Ted Wheeler, who’s told the chief-of-police to tell her minions to stand back and do nothing. Even with this “seeking the public’s help” nonsense, if outed, the judges won’t even slap the Antifa goons (male and female, BTW) on the wrist – and they know it.
    PDX, which used to be a great town, is well on the way to becoming another San Francisco shithole.

  4. The Mayor and the Portland police have sown the wind, and they will reap the whirlwind (Mayor Bloomberg, this is probably the only thing you can plant and have it sprout without close attention and scientific care.

    The Paki gang rapers deserve what the Cheka dealt out to political prisoners condemned to death. They were walked down a flight of stairs with the executioner walking behind, and the prisoner was shot in the back of the head, with no warning. His death became a non-event.

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