Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Demonic Pro Abortion Demon

Sunday, June 26, 2022


Angry Black ROE RAGE

Pro-abortion TikToker Has Full-Blown Psychotic Meltdown Over #RoeVsWade Being Overturned

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Amusement Park Riot

Monday, June 20, 2022

Chicago: A Mob Of Blacks Shut Down The Road And Swarmed An Elderly White Driver Who Was Stuck In The Street.

Thursday, June 16, 2022



Homeless Guy Living In Car With 47 Cats In 90F Heat!

47 cats are found living in a car with their homeless owner during sweltering 90F Minnesota heat as he 'didn't want to be without the animals' - having already given up 14 

Forty-seven cats were rescued from a vehicle that was parked in sweltering heat at a southeastern Minnesota rest area, authorities said Wednesday. The cats discovered Tuesday were living in the car with their owner who recently became homeless and didn't want to leave the animals behind, according to Animal Humane Society investigator Ashley Pudas. 'Unfortunately, with the heat yesterday he recognized that it was above and beyond what he was capable of at this time. And he let us help them out,' she said, noting that the owner had not left the cats alone. The owner had been living with cats in the vehicle 'for some time,' the Animal Humane Society said.Animal Humane Society said: 'Sweltering June heat and humidity. No home, no air conditioning. Living inside your car alongside your cats and unsure where to turn. This was the reality a community member faced yesterday when a concerned police officer knocked on their car window.' Despite the heat and unsanitary conditions, most of the cats had only minor medical issues. The rest stop was on Interstate 35 near Harris, about 50 miles north of Minneapolis. Temperatures in the area climbed over 90 degrees on Tuesday. 'Our Humane Investigations agents worked quickly and carefully to bring all four dozen animals back to AHS,' said the society. 'Ranging in ages from just under a year to 12 years old, our expert veterinarians have just started examining each cat, providing vaccinations, balanced nutrition, specialized behavioral rehabilitation, and spay/neuter surgery. Source

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Medicare Fraudster Ernesto Cruz Gravera Tried To Flee To Cuba On A Jet Ski......

Florida man, 54, accused of $4.2 million Medicare fraud scheme is arrested after he tried to flee to Cuba on a JET SKI 

 A Florida man who is being investigated for a $4.2 million Medicare scheme attempted to flee the United States on a jet ski to avoid prosecution and now will remain in prison because he is considered a flight risk. Ernesto Cruz Graveran, a native of Cuba, was apprehended with an alleged migrant smuggler after the jet ski broke down south of the Florida Keys last Wednesday. The 54-year-old appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Alicia Otazo-Reyes sided with federal prosecutors and said that Cruz Graveran should not be released on bail. He will be kept in custody at Federal Detention Center in Miami until his trial. According to a criminal complaint, Cruz Graveran's company, Xiko Enterprises Inc., submitted approximately $4.2 million in fraudulent health care claims to Medicare from February to April this year for medical equipment that Xiko never provided and that Medicare beneficiaries never requested. Medicare paid Xiko over $2.1 million. Cruz Graveran also sought payment for $1 million in claims related to medical equipment that was prescribed to 145 beneficiaries by one doctor. A worker at the doctor''s office told investigators that the beneficiaries were not patients of the doctor.Federal investigators learned last month that Cruz Graveran was planning to travel to Havana and approached him at his home before his flight May 22, the complaint said. Cruz Graveran admitted being the 'nominee owner' of the company and that an associate had paid him in order to use his name for the business' records and bank account. He also acknowledged to signing checks at the request of the associate and that he had also cashed the same checks, which ranged from $60,000 to $90,000, at a check cashing store and delivered the cash to the individual. Cruz Graveran agreed to cooperate with the criminal investigation and turned over his passport. However, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers reported finding Cruz Graveran aboard a broken-down jet ski in the waters south of Key West, headed in the direction of Cuba last Wednesday. The communist island nation is about 90 miles south of the Florida Keys. Cruz Graveran was aboard the personal watercraft with a person known to law enforcement as a migrant smuggler. Investigators say the jet ski was outfitted with a special fuel cell for long trips and was carrying extra food and water bottles. Source

Brawl At HalfSmoke Washington DC

Sunday, June 12, 2022


Stampede At Pro-Gun Control March For Our Lives Rally At The National Mall In Washington D.C.

White Man Goes Into Black Neighborhood Gets Beaten Has Car Stolen

Thursday, June 9, 2022

A Child Drag Queen Performs Provocatively At A Bar As The Adult Audience Cheer Him On And Hand Him Money

Causal Looting In DC

Drag Queen Show At Aspire Richmond California College Preparatory Academy, A Middle School In Richmond, Ca.

A San Francisco Middle School Brought A Drag Queen Named “Nicole Jizz” To Perform For Students Today.

Pro-Abortion Anti-Gun Terrorist Nicholas John Roske Threatened To Assault, Kidnap & Murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

The affidavit says that authorities searched Roske’s suitcase and backpack and found the following items: Black tactical chest rig
Tactical knife
Glock 17 pistol with 
Two magazines and ammunition, 
Pepper spray
Zip ties, 
Nail punch
Crow bar
Duct tape
Hiking boots with padding on the outside of the soles

Armed California man, 26, charged with attempted murder for 'threatening to kill Brett Kavanaugh' because he was angry about Roe v. Wade - as protesters RETURN to Supreme Court justice's home hours after arrest 
A heavily armed 26-year-old man who was detained on Wednesday near Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's house allegedly told authorities he wanted to kill the conservative jurist and then himself. Nicholas John Roske of Simi Valley, California, allegedly turned up to Kavanaugh's Maryland home with a disturbing arsenal of weapons including a handgun, tactical gear, a knife and zip ties. He told cops he purchased the lethal equipment 'for the purpose of breaking into the justice's residence and killing the justice as well as himself,' according to court documents. Protesters returned to Kavanaugh's home hours after the arrest on Wednesday while the FBI searched Roske's home on the West Coast. 'Roske allegedly told detectives that he was upset about the leak of a recent Supreme Court draft decision regarding the right to abortion as well as the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas,' Maryland officials said. He was charged with attempted murder of a US judge and faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. An accompanying court filing also states Roske was armed with a 'black tactical chest rig and tactical knife, a Glock 17 pistol with two magazines and ammunition, pepper spray, zip ties, a hammer, screwdriver, nail punch, crow bar, pistol light, duct tape, hiking boots with padding on the outside of the soles, and other items.' Officials suggest Roske took a taxi cab to the front of Kavanaugh's home after finding his address online. Two Deputy US Marshals saw him exit the vehicle at 1:05 am and look their way before walking down the street. Roske turned himself in by calling 911 while in Kavanaugh's neighborhood, and informing them that he was armed and suicidal. He told responding authorities that he wanted to kill a 'specific Supreme Court justice,' the filing states. Source

Tranny Paige Thompson Former Amazon Worker Accused Of Stealing Personal Information Of More Than 100 Million Capital One Customers Goes On Trial

Former Amazon worker accused of stealing personal information of more than 100 million Capital One customers goes on trial for one of the largest data breaches in US history 

A former Amazon software engineer who allegedly stole personal data of more than 100 million credit card customers claims she was trying to expose vulnerabilities in Capital One's online system. Paige Thompson, 36, of Seattle, is accused of hacking into Capital One's stored data and downloading private information, including bank account and social security numbers, from customers' credit card applications. She allegedly violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, an anti-hacking law that forbids access to a computer without authorization, the criminal complaint states. However, her attorneys argue her actions were that of a 'novice white-hat hacker' trying who was scanning the online interface for vulnerabilities and exploring what she exposed. Critics of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act allege the 'loose' law allows for protections for hackers who find vulnerabilities in online systems. Thompson, whose federal trial began in Washington state on Tuesday, faces 10 counts of computer fraud, wire fraud and identity theft. She has pleaded not guilty to the charges and, if convicted, could be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison. Source