[DAILYWIRE] After a leading question from CNN host Chris Cuomo, fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said now is "absolutely" the time to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump ...Oh, noze!... McCabe made the statement after being asked by Cuomo, "Do you believe that an impeachment inquiry is warranted based on what you understand and what has come out of the Mueller report?"
McCabe, who wrote a memoir trashing Trump and defending the FBI, immediately agreed with Cuomo, saying, "absolutely."
The Hill reported that McCabe insisted Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report provided enough evidence to impeach Trump, even though the report found no evidence of collusion and made no determinations regarding obstruction of justice. Democrats have fixated on the obstruction claims, even though Mueller’s investigation was supposed to be a counterintelligence investigation, which is done on behalf of the president and therefore cannot be obstructed by the president. Further, since there was no underlying crime, only partisans can argue that Trump was obstructing rather than protesting the false accusations against him.
"I think we are clearly there with the results of the special counsel team," McCabe said regarding impeachment. "There are so many witnesses who could provide important, essential testimony to Congress that can only be done in the scope of an impeachment inquiry."
McCabe added that "Action should be taken immediately," and that it didn’t matter whether such an inquiry led to an actual impeachment.
McCabe was fired 26 hours before he was set to retire from the FBI and collect his full pension. His firing came as the result of an inspector general investigation that found he had leaked information to the media regarding the special counsel investigation and then lied, repeatedly, to Sherlocks about doing so.
[BALTIMORE.CBSLOCAL] Mayor Jack Young signed a bill that would allow all single occupancy restrooms to be used by anyone, male or female.
This is in an effort to provide a safe space for all citizens regardless of their gender identity.
"All of your elected officials believe in equality, we believe in everyone treated the same way," Baltimore Council President Brandon Scott said.
The new law will open up all single occupancy bathrooms with gender-inclusive signage to male and female. This will allow members of the transgender community to use any restroom they feel comfortable with.
Councilman Zeke Cohen introduced the bill and it received unanimous approval from the Baltimore City Council.
"We know that in the city and across the country, restrooms are a space of fear and anxiety for a trans and gender non-binary communities," Cohen said.
Bathroom laws have been a hot button issue across the country.
Congratulation, girls. Men have again taken back the loos. Posing as lipsticked, sashaying oddities they've turned back your hard won victory over public places that once forced you to either hold it in or pee in gutters. A convention that was only for the safety of women and children from predators has been done away with. Ultimately men will use these new laws related to protecting transgender people as ways to attack women and children.
This was one of the warnings the cause the Equal Rights Amendment to stall and fail. The promoters laughed at those who claimed that outcome. Of course, Ms Ginsburg and her wing of the court have been implementing the ERA bit by bit regardless of its Constitutional failure and the illogical results that simply empower one vocal group at the expense of the vast majority (which is counter to the whole concept of a republic).
I saw universal restrooms in a state park in Missouri several years ago. The were much larger than port-a-potties, but not much cleaner.
I've noticed newer facilities in north Texas are 'universal'. Still have men and women, but they (men's room anyways) are set up for handicapped access and have no urinals, so could easily become first-come, first-served, any-gender-at-all. Women will have to get used to messy seats.
Is this part of the city's 'Data Ransom' payoff?
Posted by: Mullah Richard ||
06/17/2019 12:03 Comments ||
Did you all even read the part where this would apply to single occupancy bathrooms? The ones originally intended for handicapped people with a wide space in the middle with only a single toilet and a lock on the door. As far as I'm concerned, they basically are gender neutral already. Why shouldn't they be if only one person goes inside at a time? As a side note, the gas station I previously worked at had two of them, one for men and one for women, and if one was occupied, I assure you, people would just use the other one, regardless of the sign. There were no issues there.
This is so much of a dumb issue. Here in AZ they have this. Single bathrooms. Either can use it, so what. He is just pandering. If he made the multi stall bathroom gender neutral, that would cause a stir. This is just pandering.
Posted by: 49 Pan ||
06/17/2019 14:25 Comments ||
Ill still pee without lifting up the seat.
My favourite park in Cincinnati has a long row of lockable, single-occupant bathrooms instead of a gents’ and a ladies’. The stainless steel toilets don’t actually have proper seats, which Ebboluns Shong6204 will find a relief; a few of the bathrooms at the ends are double width and marked for handicapped use, and park staff arrange for additional port-a-potties when they expect crowds,
This kind of thing has been going on for a while, as 49 Pan points out; Mayor Young is just taking the opportunity to shut down the fussing — nearly cost-free since the single use jobbies are already there, and much safer for all involved than integrating traditional ladies’ rooms.
Agree re single-occupancy. Doubt this'll make any visible difference (from the male point of view, anyway), but if the funk surpasses a certain point, well, that's why God made sinks, newspapers and plastic bags, right? But the "liberation" of multi-stall, multi-sink restrooms in stores or gov't buildings? Yoiks. First encountered that, completely unawares, on a trip to Rajistan. Scarred for life, probably...
Words fail me. The voice is disloyal
To the scene I beheld. Grisly. Goyal. Brazil: Village Anthill
Performs Chinese Fire Drill
In Dot Target Toilet, by Breughel.
[Free Beacon] Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee ......the clownish U.S. Representative-for-life for Texas's 18th congressional district, serving since 1995. The district includes most of inner-city Houston. She is noted for her lack of tact and intellect. She is a member of the Democratic Party, and almost its epitome...... (D., Texas) on Saturday called the disgraced former congressman John Conyers (D., Mich.) "honorable" while she discussed his push for a commission on reparations.
Jackson Lee appeared on MSNBC's PoliticsNation to discuss reparations when she made the comment about Conyers. Host civil rights hustler Al Sharpton ...Tawana Brawley's spiritual advisor... mentioned how Jackson Lee is the new sponsor of House Resolution 40, which was first proposed by Conyers in 1989 to study reparations.
"You are starting an inquiry in Congress. What will happen Wednesday and where do you want to see this go?" Sharpton asked.
"This commission‐and I'm delighted to have this bill and to push it into a 21st century‐was first introduced in 1989 by my friend and colleague, the honorable John Conyers," Jackson Lee said.
She went on to say she wants the call for reparations to be a "constructive dialogue" on the issue of discrimination and the impact of slavery and its aftermath.
Conyers was pressured to resign in December 2017 after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, including a $27,000 settlement Conyers reached with a former employee. He was one of various political figures felled by the MeToo movement to expose sexual misconduct by powerful people, such as former Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) and former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Initially, Jackson Lee dodged a question on whether Conyers should resign, saying the decision should be left up to him, calling him a "patriot." She would later anger members of the Congressional Black Caucus after she persuaded Conyers not to announce retirement yet, causing the controversy to make headlines for another five days.
[FOXNEWS] Sen. Bernie Sanders ...The only first openly Socialist member of the U.S. Senate. Sanders was Representative-for-Life from Vermont until moving to the Senate for the rest of his life in 2006, assuming the seat vacated by Jim Jeffords. He ran for the 2016 nomination for president, to be cheated out of it by Hillary Clinton, then went back to being a socialist... I-Vt., is in full force with his push for democratic socialism as he looks to increase support for his 2020 presidential campaign, and is calling for a "political revolution" in the United States.
Days after an address at George Washington University in which he rolled out his platform, Sanders brought his message of income equality to "Fox News Sunday."
"If we're going to bring about real change in this country ... we need fundamental change. We need a political revolution," Sanders told host Chris Wallace.
Sanders pointed to the growth seen by the wealthy, in contrast to a decline for those less fortunate.
"In the last thirty years, the top 1 percent has seen an increase in their wealth of $21 trillion, while the bottom half of America has seen an actual decline in their wealth of some $800 billion," Sanders said.
During his GWU speech, in which he rolled out his democratic socialist platform, Sanders promoted the idea of a "21st Century Economic Bill of Rights." He said he was looking to fulfill the vision that President Franklin Roosevelt had in 1944, a year before he died. Sanders' Bill of Rights includes rights to a job with a living wage, secure retirement, health care, education, affordable housing and a clean environment.
The only way to achieve the goals of his democratic socialist agenda is for millions of people to work together.
FDRs social security is a Ponzi scheme that helped the wealthy become more wealthy. Some poor laborer pays into social security his entire working life and dies a few months or year after he begins collecting his Ponzi scheme returns. Warren Buffett, T Boone Pickens... just sit back and collect for decades.
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.