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Twitter Threatens To Silence Trump Amid 2018 Campaign Battle

Wednesday, 05 September 2018 19:29 Written by
Twitter Threatens To Silence Trump Amid 2018 Campaign Battle
Politico Cites Mystery "Trump Critics" While Showing Support For Censorship 

By: Jake Fogg

In an interview with Politico, yesterday Twitter warned that even President Donald Trump could be banned for abusive behavior.  CEO Jack Dorsey and Twitter’s legal and policy chief Vijaya Gadde were in a side-by-side discussion with the leftist news organization.

Twitter’s rules against vitriolic statements, which generally lean against users on the right, offer a little leeway to public leaders because their statements are considered as newsworthy, but according to Vijaya Gadde, “it is not a blanket exception for the president or anyone else.”

Southern Poverty Law Center Head Exposed As A Wife Beater & Sex Deviant!

Thursday, 30 August 2018 20:17 Written by
Southern Poverty Law Center Head Exposed As A Wife Beater & Sex Deviant! 
Former KKK Attorney Even Tried To Molest His Step Daughter
 
By:Jake Fogg 
 

The Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) is an organization known for targeting Conservative and Christian organizations as a “hate” groups. Claiming “Social Justice” status, the so-called civil-rights group has been mired in controversy since even before the organization was founded mainly due to its co-founder Morris Dees.

 Many of the organizations unfairly targeted by the SPLC have lost funding, business, and advertising as a result of its propaganda. Yet, to be sure, Morris Dees himself is a complete contradiction of SPLC’s alleged mission.

Most who are aware of the dark matters surrounding the SPLC propaganda machine know, for example that in 1961 Dees willingly took money from the KKK to defend Klansmen who attacked a bus of black and white freedom fighters in Montgomery, AL.

Colorado Hemp Company Outsmarts Big Pharma-FDA Bid To Shut Down "CBD" Industry

Monday, 27 August 2018 15:34 Written by
Colorado Hemp Company Outsmarts Big Pharma-FDA Bid To Shut Down "CBD" Industry
New Term Changes the Game For Supplement Companies Who Wish To Stay In Business
 
By:Jake Fogg 
 

A Colorado man may have found a way to save the cannabis supplement industry from huge losses inflicted by a major pharmaceuticals company that just acquired FDA approval to sell a CBD based drug on the market.

Attorneys familiar with federal regulatory matters expect GW Pharmaceuticals to soon pressure the FDA to shut down producers of cannabidiol (CBD).

Communist Union SEIU-UHW Sued For Sexual Harassment!

Thursday, 23 August 2018 14:38 Written by
Communist Union SEIU-UHW Sued For Sexual Harassment!
Union President David Regan Under Fire For Allowing Systemic #MeToo Environment 
 

Originally Reported In Washington Free Beacon

By:Bill McMorris

An embattled union president has been accused of sexual misconduct in a lawsuit.

An official with Service Employees International Union-United Healthcare Workers West accused union president David Regan of sexual misconduct in a lawsuit.

Mindy Sturge, a former coordinator with SEIU-UHW, accuses Regan and the union of fostering "a discriminatory workplace" and of inappropriately touching and texting female workers. The misconduct, the suit says, was pervasive throughout the labor organization. Sturge said the union ignored allegations of harassment and tacitly accepted hostile conditions for female employees.

"This conduct was engaged in by senior SEIU-UHW managers and directors, including but expressly not limited to [director Marcus] Hatcher and Regan," the suit, which was obtained by Payday Report, says. The filing adds that the behavior was "unwelcome, regular, and pervasive."

"Despite reports of this behavior, SEIU-UHW took no action to discipline Hatcher or others who created a hostile work environment, nor did SEIU-UHW undertake an investigation of the workplace or of Hatcher's behavior until after Sturge had been assaulted by Hatcher," it says.

An SEIU-UHW spokesman denied the allegations, saying the case is "without merit." The union said it takes sexual harassment complaints seriously and took swift action against Hatcher, hiring an outside law firm to investigate the allegations. It immediately fired Hatcher for violating fraternization policies at the conclusion of the investigation.

"We don't believe the lawsuit has merit and we intend to defend the organization," the spokesman said in an email. "We stand by the actions the organization took in handling that matter."

Sturge's attorney Kyra Subbotin said her client still believes in the mission of the union and that she wanted to handle the matter internally, but union leadership "preferred to fight this matter in the courts." She said other female members have approached Sturge to support the case.

"The union should have suspended him immediately when Ms. Sturge made the complaint. He [Hatcher] still showed up at union events that my client was at," Subbotin said. "They didn't handle this right."

The SEIU-UHW spokesman said Regan spearheaded the response to the complaint and has acted to create a safe environment for all workers. He acknowledged that Regan and Sturge had had a "brief argument" in the past, but that the disagreement in "no way was harassment or berating or retaliation."

"Dave Regan led the union's response to this employee's complaint and took decisive action to address it in authorizing the outside investigation immediately and terminating Hatcher for violating our harassment and fraternization policy as soon as we got the results of that investigation," the spokesman said. "Under Dave's leadership, the union has strong harassment policies in place and took this matter very seriously, engaging outside experts on harassment who conducted multiple trainings, first for managers and then for all staff, to heighten our commitment to a harassment-free environment."

"Unions are supposed to protect employees…They have not addressed the ongoing issues of this workplace," Subbotin said. "My client believes in the mission of the union and she's really sorry she had to file this lawsuit to accomplish what needs to be accomplished…membership dues are being spent on defending this type of conduct."

Attempts to reach Marcus Hatcher were unsuccessful. Several public phone numbers associated with Hatcher were disconnected, and one that was active went unanswered; it did not allow for messages.

Regan's conduct as the head of the union, which boasts 100,000 members, has come under scrutiny in recent days. On Tuesday, the Sacramento Bee reported that the union leader shoved Democratic assemblyman Rich Bloom at a restaurant.

The union spokesman, who said he was there during the alleged incident, denied any altercation took place. He said Regan was provoked by a passerby but that the dispute was resolved without any physical confrontation.

"There was no physical altercation and nobody was asked to leave the restaurant," the spokesman said.

Bloom did not return request for comment.

SEIU, which boasts one of the highest percentage of female members in the labor movement, has made combating sexual harassment a centerpiece in its activism in the service and restaurant industries. Despite its rhetoric, the union has found itself at the center of a number of allegations that have led to the resignation of a number of top officials, according to Mike Elk of Payday Report. The most prominent came in October 2017 when union vice president Scott Courtney resigned following misconduct allegations. SEIU president Mary Kay Henry condemned Courtney, who led the Fight for $15 movement, in the aftermath.

"There is no place in our organization for conduct that violates our Code of Ethics. Such conduct does not reflect who we are or represent the values that guide the important work we do every day for working people, our families, and communities," Henry said at the time.

Some labor watchdogs said the piling up of allegations against top officials paint a different picture. Peter List, a former union organizer who now works as a management-side consultant, said these types of suits point to a problem that goes beyond individual offenders.

"SEIU claims it is one of the most progressive unions in the country. Yet, since the emergence of the #MeToo movement, the union has had several sexual predators in their leadership ranks that have either been forced to resign or been fired outright," List said. "The current and prior allegations against Regan appear to be just the latest examples of seemingly deviant behavior in the union's senior leadership."

 

The national SEIU did not return request for comment.

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Hypocrisy, #MeToo Leader Accused of Sexual Assault!

Monday, 20 August 2018 19:47 Written by
Hypocrisy, #MeToo Leader Accused of Sexual Assault!
 Asia Argento's Accuser Calls Her Out After She Calls Out Weinstein

By: Jake Fogg

Asia Argento, the Italian actress who was one of the first to publicly accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, was herself accused of sexual misconduct with a minor. Argento, a  contributing founder of the #metoo movement, allegedly assaulted the teenage boy actor Jimmy Bennett in 2013 according to the New York Times.

Vermont Elects To Keep White Man In Charge Of The State!

Wednesday, 15 August 2018 21:59 Written by
Vermont Elects To Keep White Man In Charge Of The State!
Gubernatorial Primary Pits Man With Mental Disorder Against Soft Leftist 

Vermont Democrats voted for “diversity” yesterday by voting for mentally ill gubernatorial candidate Dave Hallquist.  Hallquist, who goes by his transgendered name “Christine” beat out female Democrat contender Brenda Siegel , thus ensuring that a white male will still be in charge of the state.

 At the same time, Republican voters kept the incumbent, anti second amendment Governor Phil Scott.

Social Media Company Willing To Pay Users To Refuse Facebook Censorship!

Tuesday, 14 August 2018 23:30 Written by
Social Media Company Willing To Pay Users To Refuse Facebook Censorship!  
New Contest Is The First In A Series That Pledges To "Give People Their Voice Back"
 
By:Internet Deputy
 

Leadership at Hubbook is holding a contest to grow users on its platform.  After the revelation that social media essentially wiped out Alex Jones platforms, the site is set to offer “the first person who can show 1500 real friends on their Hubbook account $1000.00.”

Dubbed the “Refuse To Be Silenced” campaign, Hubbooks creators have embarked on a crusade to shed Facebook and Twitter of the millions of users they seek to silence.  

The company’s CEO declared, “If those companies don’t want people who speak liberty, we’ll take them!  And we’ll give them a platform they can use without the fear of being punished.

Social Media Site Offers Alex Jones An Open Platform!

Thursday, 09 August 2018 00:50 Written by
Hubbook Offers Alex Jones An Open Platform!
Social Media Company , "If They Don't Want You, We Do!"   
 
By: Internet Deputy
 

The upcoming social media network, Hubbook.com has offered Alex Jones an “unfettered platform with the opportunity to build as many pages and communities as he wishes.” 

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