- Category: Biden’s Crime Family and Legacy
Editor Oh how our government is so fucked up....Never ending.. Once again your tax dollars at work.. For the wrong people..
Biden and friends is having trouble trying to start World War III, Democrats is desperate so lets play with fire.
- Category: From The Desk Of The Editor
Jesus said he is "the way, the truth, and the life" without whom one cannot come to the Father.
"No one has hope outside of Jesus Christ and every knee will bow one day.!
Now China is upset with the USA, C.C.P. wanted to destroy The United States, But Joe Biden is doing it all himself. and the American people is letting him. All they have to do now is wait, then move in, The fist thing China is going to do is cut off the heads of all Politicians, Government, State, City Officials, Lawyers, Judges, Teachers, and People with Wealth. And I hope that day comes soon, they all deserve it being a traitor to it's county, makes them a would be traitor to China as well.
- Category: Crime Ridden State of California
California state Sen. Dave Cortese, a Democrat, introduced a bill that would allow convicted murders serving life without parole sentences the opportunity to be re-sentenced. (California State Senate)
A bill that would allow killers serving a life sentence without parole to possibly be re-sentenced cleared a major hurdle Friday in California's Democratic-led state Legislature.
The state Assembly Appropriations Committee advanced Senate Bill 94, which now moves to the next phase of voting. The bill would allow California prison inmates serving a sentence of life without parole (LWOP) for certain crimes to petition for re-sentencing if the offense occurred before June 5, 1990, and the completion of at least 25 years of their sentence.
Those convicted of first-degree murder of a police officer would be exempt. Those who are re-sentenced would have the opportunity to someday go in front of a parole board, which could deny them release.
In a social media post, state Sen. Dave Cortese, a Democrat who introduced the bill, simply said he was "thrilled that these key bills of mine passed the Assembly Appropriations Committee."
Fox News Digital has reached out to Cortese's office.
"I’d like to say I am shocked Senate Bill 94 passed out of the Democrat-controlled Assembly Appropriations Committee, but I’m not,"Jessica Millan Patterson, chair of the California Republican Party, said in a statement. "California Democrats continue to send a crystal-clear message to all Californians: they would rather protect violent murderers than focus their efforts on true public safety and protecting victims."
Assemblyman Bill Essayli, a Republican and former federal prosecutor, said those sentenced for heinous crimes should serve their full prison term, even if that's life without the possibility of parole.
"Killing two individuals with aggravating circumstances isn't enough to justify a LWOP sentence? Being an accomplice to a mass murderer isn't?," he asked. "Killing a peace officer is sufficiently heinous, but killing a firefighter or other public official isn't? These exclusions are purely political."
"LWOP sentences are promises to the victim's families that they need never fear the person will be let out of prison," he added. "This will permit a large percentage of LWOP offenders to be re-sentenced to standard first-degree murder and eligible for parole immediately."
Essayli noted that many juries and victim families agree to LWOP because of assurances that the person convicted would never be released.
"Now here we are trying to let them out," he said.
SB 94 sailed through the Democratic majority state Senate before moving to the Assembly in May.
Editor: The Start of a Mad Max World.
Sep 1 2023
DC district judge Beryl Howell sidestepped the First Amendment, Finds Rudy Giuliani Guilty of Defamation without a hearing.
- Category: Lawlessness in America
Obama-appointed DC district judge Beryl Howell sidestepped the First Amendment on Wednesday by finding Rudy Giuliani guilty of defaming two Georgia election workers before trial for allegedly "not complying with his discovery obligations."
The same tactic was used by another judge in Connecticut to find Alex Jones guilty before trial in the Sandy Hook defamation case last year.
Whereas both Giuliani and Jones could have argued their allegedly defamatory statements were protected speech under the First Amendment at trial, instead their trials are only being held to determine how much damages, if any, they owe.
A federal judge has determined that Rudy Giuliani has lost a defamation lawsuit from two Georgia election workers against him after he failed to provide information sought in subpoenas.
The decision could lead to significant penalties for the former Donald Trump attorney.
In court in recent weeks, Giuliani said he could no longer contest that he made false and defamatory statements about Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss – who are only one group of plaintiffs suing him for defamation related to his work for Trump after the 2020 election.
Giuliani said he struggled to maintain his own access to his electronic records -- partly because of the cost -- and didn't adequately respond to subpoenas for information from Moss and Freeman as the case moved forward.
"Perhaps he has made the calculation that his overall litigation risks are minimized by not complying with his discovery obligations in this case," Judge Beryl Howell of the US District Court in Washington, DC, wrote Wednesday. "Whatever the reason, obligations are case specific and withholding required discovery in this case has consequences."
The judge, in ruling Wednesday against Giuliani, noted that the election workers could try to show his false claims about the 2020 election were intended, in some part, to enrich himself, an argument that may come up at the damages trial. Moss and Freeman are asking for unspecified damages after they say they suffered emotional and reputational harm, as well as having their safety put in danger, after Giuliani singled them out when he made false claims of ballot tampering in Georgia after the 2020 election.
A trial to determine the amount of damages for which Giuliani will be held liable will be set for later this year or early 2024, Howell said on Wednesday.
The damages could amount to thousands if not millions of dollars.
Giuliani has already been sanctioned almost $90,000 for Freeman and Moss' attorneys' fees in the case, and Howell says the former New York mayor may be saddled with additional similar sanctions.
Giuliani has been struggling financially, buried under 2020 election legal proceedings, a new criminal case against him in Georgia related to efforts to overturn the election and other matters. He has pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges in Georgia and has been released from jail on bond.
This is straight lawfare. Nearly every last one of Trump's associates has been hit with BS lawsuits and charged with crimes over nothing and Trump himself is facing up to 717 years in prison and even potentially the death penalty from four separate indictments.
Trump is going to be dragged into court one day before Super Tuesday as millions of voters head to the polls because another Obama-appointed DC district judge said Jan 6th was comparable to the Boston Marathon bombing and September 11th attacks.
Editor: No longer do you have the protection that was once provided by the United States Constitution, When you are ordered to appear in court you will not have the rights that we one had. You will be automatically found guilty. all because you are a citizen that be leaved in the US Laws and Constitution. WELCOME TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER.
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