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  1. MARIS61

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    California man accused of vandalizing vehicles in Donald Trump mask
    By Robert Gearty | Fox News

    This guy is in yuge trouble.

    California deputies reportedly did a “double take” when they saw a man in a Donald Trump mask slashing tires and breaking the windshield of a parked vehicle on Memorial Day.

    The Orange County Sheriff’s Department said deputies came across the masked vandal during patrol checks of local businesses around 4 a.m. Monday in Laguna Hills.

    “They had to do a double take when they saw a person resembling President Trump slashing tires and breaking the windshield of a parked vehicle,” the department said.

    But Trump mask aside, officials said the perpetrator was no joke and carried a loaded handgun, body armor, an airsoft shotgun and a helmet.

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    Deputies in Orange County, Calif., said a man was arrested Monday after he was caught vandalizing vehicles in a Trump mask. The suspect also had a loaded handgun, body armor, an airsoft shotgun, and helmet, and fake license plates, they said. (Orange County Sheriff's Department )

    “His vehicle also had white/amber takedown lights affixed to his windshield and fake license plates,” the department said.

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    Authorities identified the masked man as 56-year-old Rory Zimmerman, according to KTLA-TV. He was arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism.

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    Mugshot for Rory Zimmerman. (Orange County Sheriff's Department)

    The station reported the vandalized vehicles were owned by a business that once employed Zimmerman.

    Online records showed Zimmerman was released on bond from the Orange County Jail.

    The jail listed his occupation as unemployed.
     
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    Back again to one of the most ignorant, hate-filled, out of touch, no-talent airheads currently featured on the Fake News circus.

    A little background for those who want to compare acting credentials. You will notice AM has never even been nominateed for an Oscar, and Emmy, a Golden Globe, or any other major award from the acting community.

    Jon Voight - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Voight#Awards_and_nominations

    Alyssa Milano - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alyssa_Milano#Awards_and_nominations

    Alyssa Milano slams 'has been' Jon Voight over support of President Trump: 'Stay in your lane'
    By Tyler McCarthy | Fox News

    Alyssa Milano took a shot at actor Jon Voight and Republicans after the 80-year-old actor shared videos in which he praised President Trump.

    Similar to Milano’s digital activism on the left, Voight is one of the few outspoken conservative actors in Hollywood that uses his social media to promote political causes he believes in. The “Ray Donovan” actor posted a two-part video message where he heralded Trump as the best U.S. president since Abraham Lincoln, which Milano took issue with.

    “Now I understand why Republicans like to discredit actors and our political views,” she wrote. “‘Stay in your lane, Jon!’ ‘Has been!’ “F-lister trying to stay relevant!’ ‘Nobody cares what an out of touch actor thinks!’”

    The Academy Award winner began his video, in which he addressed all Republicans, by declaring his staunch support for Trump and deriding Democrats.

    "I know that you'll agree with me when I say that our president has our utmost respect and our love," Voight said. "This job is not easy for he's battling the left and their absurd words of destruction. ... Our nation has been built on the solid ground from our forefathers and there is a moral code of duty that has been passed on from President Lincoln."

    The star credited the administration with making the country, as he sees it, “stronger, safer and with more jobs.”

    So far, Voight hasn’t directly responded to Milano’s criticism. The 46-year-old “Charmed” actress has ramped up her political activism in recent months, most notably going after Georgia and Alabama over their “heartbeat” abortion bills.

    In addition to calling for filming boycotts and a sex strike, Milano reposted a thread from Twitter that individually called out Alabama lawmakers by name if they voted in favor of the new bill. The new measure makes performing an abortion in the state a felony, punishable by up to 99 years or life in prison unless the mother’s health is at risk, with no exceptions for women impregnated by rape or incest.
     
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    Rabbi Avi Shafran: When Ilhan Omar attacks Jews, don’t bash non-Jews for defending us
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    By Rabbi Avi Shafran | Fox News
    Heavy security surrounded Montreal’s Jewish Public Library recently, for an address by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. The former Muslim Brotherhood member, who abandoned her youthful embrace of militant Islamism and became an advocate for Muslim women’s rights, told those gathered something they didn’t particularly want to hear but that hardly surprised them.

    While acknowledging the threat to Jews posed by the white supremacy movement, she insisted that “Islamist-driven anti-Semitism [is] the reigning anti-Semitism of the day.”

    It is, she said, “the most zealous, most potent Jew hatred” in the world today.

    Having grown up being told that Jews were evil subhuman enemies of all that is good, and having reflexively hated Jews despite never having met one, the Somali-born Ali, 49, has the credentials to know of what she speaks.

    And she went on to criticize the tepid Congressional response to Representative Ilhan Omar’s infamous slurs of American Jews. What was originally conceived as a clear resolution focused on anti-Jewish tropes turned into an anodyne rejection of a laundry list of hatreds, including “Islamophobia,” signaling, Ms. Ali contended, that “there’s nothing exceptional about anti-Semitism.”

    Ali’s contention that the world’s oldest, most persistent and most illogical murderous animus is a singular evil certainly resonates with people like me, Jews whose parents lost innumerable close relatives in the Holocaust. Several of my children are named for grandparents, aunts and uncles who were murdered by the Nazis and their helpers. Visibly Jewish Jews like me, moreover, even today are targets of insults and slurs from people we don’t know – and who certainly don’t know us.

    I’ve had pennies thrown at me on the street and “Heil Hitler!”s shouted at me (even uttered to me with a smirk earlier this year on a public bus). If I had just one of those pennies for every time someone in a passing car screamed at me, I’d be much closer to becoming one of “them rich Jews” that my fellow bus passenger went on to rail about.

    But Ali’s courageous stance – speaking critically of a theology that celebrates the murders of “infidels” isn’t for the fainthearted – does more than resonate. It invigorates.

    Knowing that someone who isn’t Jewish and has no connection to Judaism is willing to take a public, fearless stance against Jew-hatred is not something I take for granted. It is evidence of a humanitarian good will all too rare.

    Meghan McCain is another heroine of mine here (heroism runs in the family). Not long ago, on “The View,” she became emotional during a discussion of Omar and Rashida Tlaib’s offensive comments.

    “Just because I don’t technically have Jewish family that are blood-related to me doesn’t mean that I don’t take this as seriously [as do Jews],” she said of Omar’s infamous “Benjamins” comment about Jewish money influencing Congress to support Israel.

    “With the rise of anti-Semitism in this country, is it more important to defend party politics, or is it more important to [address] anti-Semitism?” she asked her fellow panelists. “If what Ilhan Omar has been saying for the past few weeks were said by a white Republican male,” she elaborated, “how would you be reacting to it right now?"

    Ms. McCain teared up when mentioning former Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman and his wife, Hadassah, calling the couple – with whom her late and lamented father was famously friendly – her “family,” and adding that she takes “the hate crimes rising in this country incredibly seriously.”

    And it wasn’t the first time Ms. McCain focused on anti-Semitism. Back in January, she called out “Women’s March” organizer Tamika Mallory for her association with the viperous Louis Farrakhan.

    Less than invigorating, in fact downright disgusting, were some of the reactions to Ms. McCain’s “The View” sentiments. A Jewish emotionally disturbed cartoonist who regularly portrays religious Jews and supporters of Israel in the most asinine and grotesque ways, ridiculed the conservative commentator for arrogating to herself the authority to speak out on Jewish issues just because of “her friendship with Joe and Hadassah Lieberman.”

    The crazed caricaturist set pen to paper and produced a grotesque caricature of a bawling Ms. McCain holding a Nazi-era yellow “Jude” star and pouring “Matzo Ball Mix” into a bowl. And when Ms. McCain rightly criticized the ugly cartoon as anti-Semitic, the bilious caricaturist dismissed her judgment as “hilarious.” “A Christian woman,” he said contemptuously, “is saying a Jewish cartoonist is anti-Semitic.”

    Well, yes, precisely. And she’s right. The Christian woman, and the formerly Muslim one, Ms. Ali, know exactly what anti-Semitism is. And the Jewish cynic not only doesn’t, he promotes it.

    A writer at the Jewish Forward echoed the cartoonist’s cartoonish sentiments.

    “Meghan McCain,” she wrote, “is a religious Christian” and thus, “cannot be a victim of anti-Jewish hatred, because she is not Jewish.”

    Ms. McCain never claimed, though, to be a “victim” of anti-Semitism, but rather a caring human being deeply pained by it. And her pain was amplified by her family’s friendship with, and respect for, a Jewish couple. She has every right and reason to protest what she regards as hateful rhetoric.

    And any Jewish American, like the cartoonist, who feels that she hasn’t is what the Talmud calls an “upender of a good deed,” or, rendered into simple English, an ingrate.

    Personally, I’m grateful beyond words for every non-Jew who is concerned with my wellbeing and that of my fellow Jews.

    The vast majority of American Jews know how fortunate we are to be citizens of this remarkable country. And nothing could better capture America’s promise and essence than the fact that non-Jewish public figures aren’t cowed by threats of violence and condescending snideness, and are willing to speak up on our behalf.

    Rabbi Avi Shafran is a columnist for the Orthodox Jewish daily Hamodia and also serves as public affairs director for Agudath Israel of America.
     
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    CNN - DEFENDER OF RAPISTS, DISARMING AND SHAMING RAPE VICTIMS :cheers:

    CNN host faces criticism after strange comment about armed rape survivor
    By Sam Dorman | Fox News

    CNN host Chris Cuomo seemed to raise eyebrows on Twitter Wednesday when he tweeted an enigmatic comment about one of the National Rifle Association's (NRA) promotional videos.

    The video showed Kimberly Corban, an armed mother who acquired firearms after her rape in college. "I'm a mother of two, and if that predator or anyone else tries to harm me or my family, they have to come through my firearm first," she said, before praising the NRA's efforts to protect gun rights.

    When Cuomo tweeted the video, he posted a comment suggesting that Corban's story was unique to the United States. "Only in America," he tweeted.

    It's unclear what exactly Cuomo meant but he has criticized politicians for inaction after mass shootings. His tweet also seemed to echo gun control advocates who argued that because of lax gun control policies, only the United States experienced so many shootings.

    On Twitter, Corban responded by asking if he wanted to talk about the tweet.

    JOHN LOTT: GUN CONTROLS BACKED BY DEM PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES WOULD HURT POOR AND MINORITIES

    Others derided the CNN host for making an apparent slight towards Corban.

    Others responded by agreeing with the literal meaning of Cuomo's tweet -- that only in America could women defend themselves so effectively with firearms.
     
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    What an ignorant comment by Dorman.
     
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    Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y. sics her racist dogs on Trump supporter

    Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones faces racist taunts from protesters at 'Impeach Trump' rally


    By Samuel Chamberlain | Fox News

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    Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones discusses facing racist taunts from protesters at rally on 'Hannity.'

    A pair of anti-Trump protesters directed racist abuse at Fox News contributor Lawrence Jones at a New York City rally over the weekend.

    Jones, the editor-in-chief of Campus Reform, was interviewing participants at the demonstration held by the NYC Coalition to Impeach Donald Trump at Foley Square in Lower Manhattan on Saturday when he was heckled.

    "This is who they are, Sean," Jones told
    Fox News' "Hannity" Monday night. "So often, those of us that are on the right are painted as the racist people, the hateful people ... I was just asking these people simple questions about if they felt like the president should be impeached or not. These guys come up to me and they say, go back to Fox News to pick cotton. They say, go back to Kenya. This is who these people are, but I doubt many people in the media are going to condemn these people."

    According to a Fox News producer at the scene, two men walked up to Jones near the end of the rally and told him to go back to Fox News "where there's more cotton for you to pick."

    The producer said he asked one of the men: "What did you just say?" When the man made the same comment, the producer asked if he "was really going to say that," to which the man responded: "I sure am."


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    Lawrence Jones confronting two men who made racist remarks to him Saturday at an anti-Trump rally in Lower Manhattan. (Fox News)

    With Jones' camera rolling, the man confronted by the producer, wearing a gray shirt, turned his back to the camera and made an obscene gesture. The second man, wearing a red shirt, told Jones: "He'll tell you to go back to Kenya next."

    "You say what now?" Jones asked.

    "He'll tell you 'go back to Kenya' next," the man in the red shirt said.

    Saturday's demonstration, which was attended by Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., was one of several around the country calling for President Trump to be removed from office.

    Jones said Monday night that the men who insulted him Saturday were "upset" and "fearful."

    "They know that with our reports and exposing the poverty and the failure of policies that all these Democrat cities have been doing to many people that look like me... they believe that all black people need to think the same way. They want us to stay on the welfare system so we can't progress in life and I'm going to expose it every single day," Jones said. "If they think I'm going to stand down because they yelled obscene things to me, they got another think coming."
     
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    John Cusack blames 'bot' after being accused of sharing anti-Semitic tweet
    By Joseph A. Wulfsohn | Fox News

    Actor John Cusack is facing backlash for a tweet critics are calling anti-Semitic, which he later blamed on a "bot."

    In a screenshot shared by journalist Yashar Ali on Monday, Cusack shared a cartoon writing, "follow the money." The cartoon shows a hand with a Star of David pushing down a group of people along with a Voltaire quote saying, "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize." The tweet has since been deleted.


    Shortly after the tweet was deleted, the "Say Anything" star explained to his followers that he was reacting to "pro Palestinian justice" and that a "bot" was to blame for the post.

    "A bot got me," Cusack tweeted. "I thought I was endorsing a pro Palestinian justice retweet - of an earlier post - it came I think from a different source - Shouldn’t Have retweeted."

    His tweets didn't stop the growing backlash. Many also blasted his tweets blaming the "bot," which critics called "absurd."


    Ali, one of the first to respond to the tweet, wrote: "This is disgusting." In a later tweet, the freelance reporter added: "His bot excuse is absurd."

    The actor continued to try to explain the tweet, prompting one person to write: "John, just stop. Good god."


    Joseph A. Wulfsohn is a media reporter for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @JosephWulfsohn.
     
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    That's rich.
     

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