Biden promised peace and unity. Of course he gave us war and division. Since Biden has taken over Shooting, Suicides, Crimes, Illegal Immigration, Gun Violence, And Rioting have all spiked. The Liberal movement continues to rely on race baiting low info liberals to cause more racism and division. White liberal virtue signalers that are commonly found in ANTIFA are easily some of the most racist people of all time. There are Riots in almost every major City tonight. We have collected the video below. The funny thing about these cities, they are all ran by Democrats.
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine has issued a safety alert for American citizens.
Robert Emmanuel Jacob, former mayor of Sebastopol, California, was arrested on Saturday, April 10, over 11 criminal counts of sexual assault against a minor aged 14 or 15.
Jacob, 44, is a progressive socialist Democrat who supports Black Lives Matter rioters and advocates police defunding.
Transportation of a juvenile for lewd and lascivious acts, arranging meetings for sexual purposes with ones considered underage, sexual abuse with a child under 16, and sending pornographic material to seduce a minor are among the charges against Jacob. He is openly gay and married as of 2019, reports The Post Millennial.
According to the police, the child sex assault may have started in December 2019 and lasted until March 2021.
Jacob was a member of the Sebastopol City Council from 2012 – 2016. In 2013, he was elected city mayor of Sebastopol.
Jacob is also a supporter of violent extremism against the police. He praised Black Lives Matter rioters in June 2020, describing the arrested as “warriors” who were part of the infantry front lines.
During the protests last summer, Jacob said: “Violence is what it takes to win wars,” and “The police beat people daily and kill them regularly, but that’s acceptable.”
Jacob has called for police defunding, thanked Minneapolis’ city council for pledging to abolish the police force. He wrote on Facebook: “Defunding is about re-funding” and “Defund the police to re-fund the resources we’ve been slashing for generations.”
Jacob is the founding president and CEO of San Francisco drug pharmacy chain SPARC, a well-known cannabis supporter. Cannabis activists hailed Jacob as the first pundit from the medical marijuana industry to be elected mayor of a U.S. city.
The New York Times, which profiled Jacob after his election as mayor in 2013, reported that he outraised and outspent his opponents by funding the most costly campaign in Sebastopol history to win the city council race.
After Sebastopol Police arrested Jacob, he is being housed at the Adult Detention Facility in Sonoma County. One witness has come forward, according to Sebastopol Police Chief Kevin Kilgore.
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Kristina Kvien the acting US Ambassador to Ukraine said “US may consider deploying more troops in Ukraine if needed” The US Currently has 160 troops currently stationed in Ukraine.
U.S. Charge d’Affaires in Ukraine Kristina Kvien said the United States, along with its allies, are deeply concerned about the buildup of Russian troops near the border with Ukraine and in the occupied territories, and Russia will face consequences in the event of aggressive actions against Ukraine, the U.S. Embassy said.
“Let me conclude by reiterating that the United States remains steadfast in its commitment to supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, including Crimea and its territorial waters. To ensure Ukraine achieves its Euro-Atlantic aspirations, we and our partners will continue to support Ukraine as it defends itself from Russia’s aggression. Our leadership has made clear that if Russia acts recklessly or aggressively, there will be costs and consequences,” Kvien said at the authority ceremony from Task Force Illini to Task Force Raven in Yavoriv, Lviv region.
She said that tens of thousands of Russian forces stand near the border with Ukraine and in the Ukrainian territory of Crimea, and are increasing in number. “The United States and our NATO Allies and partners in Europe are deeply concerned about this escalation. And in addition to this provocative buildup of troops, the government of Russia continues to conduct a disinformation campaign, falsely claiming Ukraine is escalating tensions. Let me make crystal clear – my team at the U.S. Embassy and I know first hand – Ukraine was not, and is not, taking provocative actions against Russia. In fact, Ukraine has demonstrated admirable restraint in the face of Russia’s intimidation and aggression,” Kvien said.
The Chargé d’Affaire said that, against the backdrop of Russia’s provocations, it is important to remember that the Ukraine of 2021 – and the Ukrainian armed forces of 2021 – are vastly different than those of 2014.
“The Ukraine of 2021 has achieved significant reform – you have improved rule of law, developed the economy, and fought against corruption. In doing so, Ukraine has become more democratic, more responsive to the will and needs of its people, and more resilient to threats, both external and internal. To better address external threats, the Ukrainian armed forces have become a more capable, more professional fighting force, one of the most capable battle-ready forces in Europe today – and the United States is proud that our cooperative security efforts have supported this impressive development,” she said.
A Senate committee has approved the nomination of Samantha Power as Director of USAID.
UN ambassador Samantha Power’s trip to Cameroon’s frontlines in the war against Boko Haram started horrifically in 2016 as an armored Jeep in her motorcade struck and killed a young boy who darted into the road.
The incident occurred near the small city of Mokolo, in northern Cameroon, where Power, her aides and accompanying journalists were headed to meet refugees and others displaced by the years of brutal attacks across West Africa.
All those meetings included small children.
Power said she learned of the death with “great sorrow”.
She said she met with the boy’s family to “offer our profound condolences and our grief and heartbreak”.
Power returned to the scene of the bloody accident several hours later to meet the seven-year-old boy’s mother and father, while residents of his village stood solemnly on a sandy expanse.
The motorcade was moving at a fast clip, at times exceeding 60mph, while villagers lined up along the sides of the road. But when the boy darted on to the two-lane highway, there was no time for the sixth car in Power’s convoy to react. The driver was Cameroonian.
At the moment of impact, a man could be seen running up the embankment, with his arms held high, to the street to try to stop the child. A Cameroonian helicopter traveling overhead as part of a large security contingent saw the collision.
The vehicle that hit the boy initially stopped but was ordered by American security forces to continue traveling through the unsecured area. An ambulance in the US caravan immediately attended to him.
The boy was rushed to a local hospital, though his condition was already hopeless, according to people familiar with the incident, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Several US officials were visibly affected, with one Power aide turning away to cry as his boss met with refugee children shortly afterward.
The motorcade moved at a significantly slower pace for the rest of the day.
Officials did not immediately identify the boy. US officials would not comment immediately on any plans for compensation to the boy’s family.
The Pentagon is now on its fifth civilian leader in charge of special operations forces in less than three years.
Ezra Cohen is currently performing the duties of the assistant secretary of defense of special operations and low-intensity conflict, said Pentagon spokesman Michael Howard.
Cohen replaces Chris Miller, who was sworn in as director of the National Counterterrorism Center on Monday. Miller had been in the post for just under two months. His predecessor, Thomas Alexander, left the Pentagon in June to join the Office of Management and Budget.
Alexander had also been serving in the role on a temporary basis since November 2019 when he replaced retired Army Special Forces Col. Mark Mitchell, who was only in the job for roughly four months.
Mitchell took over for Marine veteran Owen West, the last Senate-confirmed assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, who left the job in June 2019.
The elevation of Ezra Cohen isn’t without controversy: While serving with the National Security Council in 2017, Cohen reportedly printed reports about communications from members of then-President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team that had incidentally been intercepted by U.S. intelligence agencies, but his personal spokesman told Task & Purpose that Cohen never provided any of that information to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), who revealed to the media that he had seen the intelligence.
Former Navy SEAL Louis Bremer was nominated on May 19 to fill the job on a permanent basis, but at his Aug. 6 Senate confirmation hearing, he was asked about a picture of him hugging former Breitbart commenter Milo Yiannopoulos, who resigned in 2017 after video emerged of Yiannopoulos defending pedophilia as an “attraction to children who have not reached puberty.”
Bremer also faced questions about whether a security firm with which he is affiliated may have trained the Saudis who are believed to have killed and dismembered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Senate Armed Services Committee has not yet voted on whether to advance Bremer’s nomination.
The Pentagon’s efforts to increase civilian oversight of special operations forces have been stymied by the lack of a Senate-confirmed assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, a former White House and Pentagon official told Task & Purpose in July.
The issue is part of a wider problem of many top Pentagon leadership positions being filled by people on a temporary basis, the former officials said.
“If you are just temporarily holding the seat until a permanent person comes along, the bureaucracy doesn’t really respect you,” the former official said.
Cohen-Watnick drew public scrutiny when it was revealed last year that he and another White House aide briefed Rep. Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, on classified intelligence briefings showing the government’s incidental surveillance of the Trump transition team.
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The man who shot and killed eight people Thursday at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis and then killed himself has been identified as Brandon Scott Hole, according to the Associated Press.
It remains unclear why Hole, 19, shot and killed the eight workers at the facility near Indianapolis International Airport, but Indianapolis police had confiscated a gun and took Hole into custody last year following suicide threats.
An IMPD report from March 3, 2020, references a mental health check for suicidal tendencies at 1109 Huber St., and lists Hole, then 18, as being arrested. It says police seized a shotgun “from dangerous person.”
The report said the Behavioral Health Unit “initiated immediate detention on male reported to have voiced suicidal ideation.” It added Hole had purchased a gun within the last 24 hours and talked about suicide by police, a situation in which a person prompts police to kill them. He was transported to a local hospital.
Earlier Friday, Indianapolis police said they had not made a positive identification of the gunman. They did not immediately respond to requests Friday afternoon to confirm Hole was the shooter.
Two law enforcement officials briefed on the matter provided the identity to The Associated Press. The investigators searched a home in Indianapolis associated with Hole and have seized evidence, including desktop computers and other electronic media, the officials said.
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Deputy Chief Craig McCartt said investigators have an idea of who the man is, but would not reveal a name until positive identification is made by investigators and the coroner. FBI Agent in Charge Paul Keenan said investigators were searching a home this morning.
“We have an idea,” McCartt said. “We have some other leads that led us to that location.”
the home was at 1109 N. Hubert St., the same residence police responded to in regard to Hole’s suicide threat in 2020.
At the house on Hubert Street this afternoon, no one answered knocks on the door. A woman was looking out window. A man in the house then put up a “no trespassing” sign.
No neighbors were willing to speak, and some were verbally hostile yelling and swearing at a reporter and photographer.
McCartt also gave a brief description of the shooter’s actions.
“So what we did find preliminarily from the interviews that were conducted was that, you know, this suspect came to the facility. And when he came there, he he got out of his car and pretty quickly started some random shooting outside the facility,” he said. “There was no confrontation with anyone that was there. There was no disturbance. There was no argument. He just appeared to randomly start shooting. And that began in the parking lot and then he did go into the building, into the facility, for a brief period of time before he took his own life.”
McCartt said he could not confirm whether the suspect was a current or former employee. He added it would be premature to speculate on a possible motive.
The horrific crime scene was discovered when Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers responded to 8951 Mirabel Road on a report of shots fired just after 11 p.m. Thursday.
The victims were found dead at the scene, IMPD Genea Cook said during a briefing after 3 a.m. Friday. Those killed had injuries consistent with gunshot wounds. The gunman was found dead in what is believed to be a suicide nearby.
The address of the FedEx facility is 8951 Mirabel Road, Indianapolis. The facility is located on the southwest side of the city near Indianapolis International Airport.
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No one is accompanying him from the White House on his tour through D.C.
An investigation is underway following an officer-involved shooting at Lents Park, according to police.
Police said the shooting happened at the park, near Southeast 92nd Avenue and Southeast Holgate Street, at around 10 a.m.
Streets near Lents Park are closed, and the public should avoid the area while the investigation is ongoing.
No additional details have been released at this time.
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According to reports, officer-involved shooting reported in San Antonio. Police have closed off an area on the West Side.
Initial reports say there are multiple victims following the shooting.
The incident happened around 11:30 a.m. near Westfield, according to reports. Police is asking everyone to avoid the area.