Ann Coulter Cancels Berkeley Speech, Blames ‘Young America’s Foundation’ and Republican Leaders For Dropping Support
A federal judge in San Francisco on Tuesday partially blocked President Trump’s attempts to punish “sanctuary cities” that do not fully comply with federal immigration enforcement efforts by withholding federal grant money.
U.S. District Judge William Orrick ruled that Trump exceeded his presidential authority when he signed an executive order Jan. 25 directing his administration to withhold all federal funding from local jurisdictions deemed to be “sanctuary” jurisdictions. That general term describes more than 300 local governments that have limited their cooperation with federal immigration officials.
Orrick said a president has the power to withhold some funding, including three Justice Department grants directly tied to law enforcement. He ruled that the Trump administration can withhold funding under those grounds.
But Orrick said Trump’s threats to withhold all federal grants were “coercive” and violated several fundamental principles established in the Constitution.
“The Constitution vests the spending powers in Congress, not the President, so the Order cannot constitutionally place new conditions on federal funds,” Orrick wrote.
The White House released a statement late Tuesday night, blasting the judge’s ruling as an “egregious overreach.”
“Today, the rule of law suffered another blow, as an unelected judge unilaterally rewrote immigration policy for our Nation,” the press secretary’s office said in the statement. “This case is yet one more example of egregious overreach by a single, unelected district judge. Today’s ruling undermines faith in our legal system and raises serious questions about circuit shopping.”
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus condemned the ruling and said the administration would appeal. Opponents of Trump’s immigration policies are “forum shopping” by filing cases in the liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and Tuesday’s ruling is another example of the success of that tactic, Priebus said.
“Again, it’s the 9th Circuit going bananas,” Priebus said. “We’ll win at the Supreme Court level at some point.”
The lawsuit was filed by government officials in San Francisco and Santa Clara who said local governments were facing billions of dollars in lost revenue because of Trump’s order. They argued in court that the executive order was overly broad, included vague threats and never defined what the administration considers to be a “sanctuary” jurisdiction.
For many years, public health advocates have vainly urged the CDC and WHO to conduct studies comparing vaccinated vs. unvaccinated populations to measure overall health outcomes.
Now a team of Scandinavian scientists has conducted such a study and the results are alarming. That study, funded in part by the Danish government and lead by Dr. Soren Wengel Mogensen, was published in January in EBioMedicine. Mogensen and his team of scientists found that African children inoculated with the DTP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis) vaccine, during the early 1980s had a 5-10 times greater mortality than their unvaccinated peers.
The scientists term the study a “natural experiment” since a birthday-based vaccination system employed for the Bandim Health Project (BHP) in Guinea Bissau, West Africa had the effect of creating a vaccinated cohort and a similarly situated unvaccinated control group. In the time period covered by this study, Guinea-Bissau had 50% child mortality rates for children up to age 5. Starting in 1978, BHP health care workers contacted pregnant mothers and encouraged them to visit infant weighing sessions provided by a BHP team every three months after their child’s birth. Beginning in 1981, BHP offered vaccinations at the weighing sessions. Since the DPT vaccine and OPV (oral polio) immunizations were offered only to children who were at least three months of age at the weighing sessions, the children’s random birthdays allowed for analysis of deaths between 3 and 5 months of age depending on vaccination status. So, for example, a child born on January 1st and weighed on April 1st would be vaccinated, but a child born on February 1st would not be vaccinated until their following visit at age 5 months on July 1st.
In the primary analysis, DTP-vaccinated infants experienced mortalities five times greater than DTP-unvaccinated infants. Mortalities to vaccinated girls were 9.98 times those among females in the unvaccinated control group, while mortalities to vaccinated boys were 3.93 times the controls. Oddly, the scientists found that children receiving the oral polio vaccine simultaneously with DTP fared much better than children who did not. The OPV vaccine appeared to modify the negative effect of the DTP vaccine, reducing mortalities to 3.52 times those experienced among the control group. Overall, mortalities among vaccinated children were 10 times the control group when children received only the DTP.
Schlussel ought to be ashamed of herself.
This is how it all went down: Friday, on local radio, Schlusseladded herself to the list of women who say they’ve been sexually harassed by Fox News staffers, or who’ve settled claims of sexual harassment against Fox News staffers. Schlussel specifically said Hannity invited her to his hotel room, she turned him down, and she wasn’t invited back on his show.
“He tried to get me to go back to the hotel after the show after he and his executive producer Bill Shine treated me horribly,” she said on that show.
Hannity hit back hard, vowing to LawNews in a statement that her version of events was false — a “complete fabrication” — and that Schlussel was a “serial harasser” and liar. He also vowed to unleash the power of his legal team to clear his name.
A Muslim professor at Indiana State University lied about receiving threatening emails and being attacked on campus, police say.
Azhar Hussain, 56, assistant professor of aviation technology, was arrested on Friday and charged with felony charge of obstruction of justice and misdemeanor harassment, according to Terre Haute’s Tribune-Star.
On March 8, Hussain claimed to have received threatening emails containing anti-Muslim sentiments. And on March 24, Hussain claimed that he was attacked from behind while entering his campus office.
But the professor fabricated all of the incidents, police say.
In the first round of voting in the 2017 French presidential election, En Marche! progressive candidate Emmanuel Macron came away with 24 percent, and the Front National’s “far right” Marine Le Pen grabbed 22 percent, with 50 percent reporting. The numbers guarantee them both a spot in the runoff.
In a speech following the results, a confident Le Pen told her supporters that France’s “survival” is at stake.
It’s time, she said, to get rid of the “arrogant” people in the government who want to dictate to the people and usher in a new era.
“I am the candidate for the people,” she said.
Many pundits have made parallels between Le Pen and candidate Donald Trump’s campaigns. Both candidates’ supporters garnered a severe distaste for both the political elite and the media in their respective races. Like Trump, Le Pen has also been attacked as “racist” for her right of center views.
For the first time in modern French history, no mainstream party candidate is advancing, upending the country’s political system.
Berkley Mayor Jesse Arreguin was revealed to be a member of the anti-fascist group, By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), on Facebook. BAMN orchestrated the violence that shut down a scheduled lecture at UC Berkeley featuring Milo Yiannopoulos in early 2017. Arreguin is allegedly also friends with BAMN leader, Yvette Felarca, on Facebook.
BAMN was investigated for engaging in terrorist activities in 2005 by the FBI. In 2009, the Department of Defense classified the group’s activities as “low-level terrorism.” In June 2016, BAMN led a violent counter-protest outside a white nationalist rally that resulted in ten people being hospitalized with stab wounds.
Often described as a “militant left-wing” activist group, BAMN frequently engages in violent forms of protests. A Berkeley newspaper noted in 2001 that the group was a front for an “an obscure Detroit-based Trotskyist political party called the Revolutionary Workers League.”
Tucker Carlson interviewed Robert Kennedy Jr on Tucker Carlson Tonight. You can thank him at [email protected].
He introduced the “taboo” topic saying that experts “insist that vaccines are generally safe; that there is no link between vaccines and autism.” He added that there are skeptics.
Robert Kennedy, Jr. began by stating, “I’ve read the science, and the science is very clear—what you have to understand is that the vaccine regime changed dramatically around 1989. The reason it changed is that Congress, drowning in pharmaceutical industry money, did something they’ve never done for any other industry, they gave blanket legal immunity to all the vaccine companies so that no matter how sloppy the line protocol, or how absent the quality control, no matter how toxic the ingredient, or egregious the injury to your child, you cannot sue them.
“So there no depositions, there’s no discovery, there’s no class action suit. All of a sudden vaccines became enormously profitable.
“In ’87 it was implemented and then there were a gold rush by the pharmaceutical industry to add new vaccines to the schedule.
“I got three vaccines; I was fully compliant. I’m 63 years old.
“My children got 69 doses of 16 vaccines to be compliant. And a lot of these vaccines aren’t even for casually communicable diseases, like hepatitis B which comes unprotected sex or sharing needles.
“Why do we give that to a child the first day of their life?
“And it was loaded with mercury.”
Carlson restated Kennedy’s statement. “And we do give that to children.”
Kennedy: “We continue to give it to them. The mercury has been taken out of three vaccines in this country, but it remains in the flu vaccine—48 million flu vaccines.
“And it’s vaccines all over the world.
“It is the most potent neurotoxin known to man that is not radioactive.
“How can we inject that into a child?
“If you take that vaccine vial and break it, you have to dispose of that as hazardous waste. You have to evacuate the building. Why would we take that substance and inject it— ”
Carlson: “So the argument, as you know, is that group immunity, herd immunity is what you’re searching for. And yes, there are down sides, but in the big picture, everybody benefits.”
Kennedy: “When they talk about herd immunity, they’re talking about casually contagious diseases like measles.
“Last month, a group of very prestigious scientists with a robust study of African children, studied the DPT—Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis vaccine, which is the most widely distributed vaccine in the world. Virtually every kid in Africa gets it.
“They did a vaccinated vs unvaccinated study, which has never been done. And what they found was that…kids who got the vaccine, little babies, were ten times as likely to die in the next two months as the kids who did not.
“And what they concluded was—and this study was funded by the Danish government, and again these people are very bulletproof scientists. They said that that vaccine is killing more people than diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis combined.
“So we need to do those cost-benefit analyses on every vaccine.”
Carlson: “So why has the point you’re making, that doesn’t seem crazy, been so discredited?
“Could it be because the spokesmen for that point of view tend to be actresses from Hollywood or actors who don’t seem to know much about the topic and are against all vaccinations?”
Kennedy: “I think that cohort is out there, but it’s very, very small.
“I’m called ‘anti-vax’ all the time because the pharmaceutical industry is so powerful both with the media—they give $5.4 billion a year to the media, and they’ve gotten rid of the lawyers, so there’s no legal interest in those cases. They have really been able to control the debate and silence people like me.
“I’m very grateful to you for having the courage to allow me on the show and talk.
“This is the second show in ten years that’s allowed me to talk about this.
Earlier this week 4Chan users identified the Antifa “activist” who beat a Trump supporter over the head with a BIKE LOCK causing a major cut on the man’s head.
Professor Eric Clanton teaches “ethics” at Diablo Valley College.
The victim Sean Stiles is pressing charges against Eric Clanton over the brutal attack that was captured on video.
NOT ONE FAKE NEWS MAINSTREAM OUTLET HAS REPORTED ON THIS BRUTAL BEATING!
The list includes:
* New York Times
* Washington Post
A Trump supporter got his head cracked open with a bike lock at a rally for the president and the media totally ignored the story and ignored that a leftist professor is the assailant.
Enter professor and violent, domestic terrorist Eric Clanton. Watch him hit a Trump supporter over the head with a bike lock which left him profusely bleeding from his head.
From our earlier post:
Diablo Valley College professor Eric Clanton has been unmasked by a group of online free speech advocates. Utilizing the concept of crowdsourcing, /pol/, a message board hosted on 4Chan, was able to figure out who exactly assaulted a pro-1st Amendment demonstrator . . .