Attorney, Libby Locke, an expert in defamation law, says the Covington Catholic high school students can sue people in the media and on social media, but that the lawyer who offered to represent them at no charge, attorney Robert Burns, cannot bring a class action defamation suit as he claims, nor can he sue a member of Congress, Ilhan Omar. That’s because the law provides legal immunity for federal employees, including members of Congress, for making false statements. If the lawyers who represent the students fail in their lawsuits, the opposition will claim that their false assertions were correct. [Some observers are questioning if the lawyer who has offered to represent the students might actually be working to make sure the lawsuit fails. Let us hope that some skilled investigative journalists will check into this possibility before it is too late.] -GEG
Kentucky: Kenton County Prosecutor Rob Sanders says that some of the threats made against the Covington Catholic schoolboys and their families may qualify as ‘terroristic threatening’ that is a felony. He says, however, that his office cannot extradite people from other states for misdemeanor threats made over Twitter. -GEG
Update: Four moderate Democrats joined Republicans in Monday’s committee vote, rejecting the legislation. Senators voted to shelve the bill for the year and ask the state crime commission to study the issue.
South Dakota Republican House Majority Leader Lee Qualm introduced legislation to end vaccination requirements for school attendance. Qualm said, “Nobody should be able to forcibly put something in someone’s body that they do not approve of.” He
President Trump campaigned on requiring employers to use E-Verify, but appears to have dropped his support. Instead, it is said his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is preparing a 600-page immigration proposal to create a more ‘business-friendly’ system.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed new rules that will censor the internet by punishing internet companies with fines and imprisonment if they fail to ‘protect’ users from so-called harmful content – which means content contrary to what the government approves.
The Department of Justice filed civil lawsuits on sanctuary jurisdictions across the US asking judges to overturn the policies, and warning state and city officials they could face their own criminal charges for harboring illegal immigrants.
David Icke is at his best in this analysis of how Big Pharma is in the final phase of its long march toward forcing every human on the planet to accept vaccines and to imprison anyone who attempts to provide information that questions the narrative.
Italy’s Senate voted to remove immunity from Matteo Salvini, a nationalist, populist leader, who was the Minister of the Interior, and to put him on trial on charges of preventing 116 migrants from disembarking from their ship for six days.
When the trial date was postponed, no one extended the date of the protective order so, Rodriguez was exposed well in advance of the trial. Law enforcement has placed the blame for Rodriguez’s murder squarely at the feet of Democratic lawmakers who passed the new law.
Even if the CDC’s virus test did identify specific viruses, the test fails to account for the quantity of each virus present. This is critical, because millions of virus in the body are necessary to cause a disease state.
The UK government plans to ban all gasoline, diesel, and hybrid cars by 2035 to meet a near-zero carbon target. Massive amounts of new infrastructure will be required to support the new vehicles. There also would be the need to generate enough electricity for all the new cars that will be needed.
The city of Chicago is suing Smollett for the cost of overtime that the police department incurred while investigating the hoax. The actor counter-sued for malicious prosecution. Smollett is due to appear in court on Webb’s charges on February 24.
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Oberlin students and faculty falsely accused Gibson’s Bakery of racial profiling following a 2016 incident involving three black Oberlin students who claimed they were victims of racism even though one was caught openly shoplifting and trying to use a fake ID to buy alcohol.
Critics believe that plots orchestrated by the FBI and their informants are used to frighten Americans into accepting more and more restrictions on their freedom in the name of fighting terrorism or racism or hate.
Rudy Martinez wrote an article in the taxpayer funded school’s newspaper, demonizing the white race. He wrote: “Your DNA is an abomination” and “I hate you because you shouldn’t exist.” [Universities and colleges aggressively censor “hate speech’ unless it comes from Marxist agitators seeking to lure innocent people into racial conflict and, ultimately, violence. Race war is their goal.]