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Frumpy Feminist Learns About Equality At “Okay To Be White” Speech

Earlier this evening, The Gateway Pundit’s Lucian Wintrich was arrested by police after attempting to retrieve stolen property.

By Jacob Engels

Interrupting campus speeches has become somewhat of an art form among left-wing agitation organizations on college campuses and cities across America.

From rioting to infiltrating campus talks featuring speakers, they deem “racist”, if the subject matter offends their delicate sensibilities… IT MUST BE STOPPED.

Usually, the hatred and violence is directed at supporters of guest speakers visiting college campuses, but tonight a radicalized student decided to earn her bones among her brethren.

The latest incident occurred during a speech by The Gateway Pundit’s Lucian Wintrich at the University of Connecticut.

Entitled “It’s Ok To Be White”, the alternative media journalist went pound-for-pound against dozens of subversives who constantly interrupted his speech with a mixture of screeching and safe-space psychobabble.

One agitator became so unhinged by Wintrich’s speech that she literally walked up to the podium and stole the journalist’s speech notes and headed for the exit.

Wintrich immediately gave chase to the criminal, in a perfectly legal attempt to retrieve his personal property.

Watch the video below:

And like that… the still unnamed and untamed female UCONN student who swiped Wintrich’s property experienced the “equality” she has been pining for.

Citizens for Trump author and activist Jack Posobiec said that Wintrich’s actions were reasonable.

“This is a clear example of leftists assaulting yet another conservative on campus, in this case stealing his speech in order to shut down what he had to say. Lucian exercised reasonable action to retrieve his stolen property.”

As expected, Wintrich is already being attacked for “assaulting” the woman, which is ironic. I thought that progressives wanted women and men to be equals, no special treatment right?

Not surprisingly, she is now being hoisted up as a “victim” and a “brave woman.” A brave woman would have waited for the Q&A segment of Wintrich’s talk to trip him up with a tough question or brutal back and forth.

Instead, she decided to act like an animal and commit a crime. If you steal someone’s property they have the legal right to retrieve their property, within reason.

Wintrich simply stopped her movement towards the door and attempted to recover his property.

Conservatives are tired of being assaulted, stolen from, and intimidated by people that are too intellectually deficient to have a productive conversation or debate.

These people don’t respect free speech, personal property rights, or the importance of an open dialogue among one another. They often enlist women to lead these efforts, hiding behind skirts in order to assault and destroy with impunity.

A thief is a thief. Gender does not matter and nor should it. Tuesday, November 28th will become known as the day that truth-tellers “snatched back.”

We will update you as soon as we know more.

UPDATE: Wintrich has been released from police custody, who told him they detained him for his own safety. The thief has now been identified as a local area community college professor.


Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, and Fox News to name a few. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.

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President Trump’s Accomplishments So Far

Compiled by a generous StoneColdTruth fan
1. Nominated Supreme Court Judge Gorsuch
2. 59 missiles dropped in Syria
3. He took us out of TPP
4. Illegal immigration is now down 70% (the lowest in 17 years)
5. Consumer confidence highest since 2000 at index 125.6
6. Mortgage applications for new homes rise to a 7 year high
7. Arranged 20% tariff on soft lumber from Canada
8. Bids for border wall are well underway
9. Pulled out of the lopsided Paris accord
10. Keystone pipeline approved
11. NATO allies boosted spending by 4.3%
12. Allowing VA to terminate bad employees
13. Allowing private healthcare choices for veterans
14. More than 600,000 jobs created
15. Median household income at a 7 year high
16. The stock market is at the highest ever in its history
17. China agreed to American import of beef
18. $89 billion saved in regulation rollbacks
19. Rollback of a regulation to boost coal mining
20. MOAB for ISIS
21. Travel ban reinstated
22. Executive order for religious freedom
23. Jump started NASA
24. $600 million cut from UN peacekeeping budget
25. Targeting of MS13 gangs
26. Deporting violent illegal immigrants
27. Signed 41 bills to date
28. Created a commission on child trafficking
29. Created a commission on voter fraud
30. Created a commission for opioids addiction
31. Giving power to states to drug test unemployment recipients
32. Unemployment lowest since may 2007
33. Historic Black College University initiative
34. Women In Entrepreneurship Act
35. Created an office or illegal immigrant crime victims.
36. Reversed Dodd-Frank
37. Repealed DOT ruling which would have taken power away from local governments for infrastructure planning
38. Order to stop crime against law enforcement
39. End of DAPA program
40. Stopped companies from moving out of America
41. Promoted businesses to create American jobs
42. Encouraged country to once again buy American and hire American
43. Cutting regulations two for every one created
44. Review of all trade agreements to make sure they are America first
45. Apprentice program
46. Highest manufacturing surge in 3 years
47 $78 Billion promised reinvestment from major businesses like Exxon, Bayer, Apple, SoftBank, Toyota…
48. Denied FBI a new building
49. $700 million saved with F-35 renegotiation
50. Saves $22 million by reducing white house payroll
51. Dept of treasury reports a $182 billion surplus for April 2017 (2nd largest in history)
52. Negotiated the release of 6 US humanitarian workers held captive in Egypt
53. Gas prices lowest in more than 12 years
54. Signed An Executive Order To Promote Energy Independence And Economic Growth
55. Has already accomplished more to stop government interference into people’s lives than any President in the history of America
56. President Trump has worked with Congress to pass more legislation in his first 100 days than any President since Truman
57. Has given the head executive of each branch 6-month time frame dated March 15, 2017, restructured and improved the efficacy of their branch
58. Signed executive order on the Establishment of Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy
59. Signed an executive order aimed at expanding offshore drilling
60. Signed a memo directing an investigation into aluminum imports, and an order aimed at cleaning up Veterans Affairs
61. Signed two executive orders, including one directing a review of national monument designations under prior administrations
62. Signed an executive order intended to boost the agriculture industry, and participated in a farmers’ roundtable
63. Signed proclamation on Holocaust Remembrance
64. Signed financial services executive orders at the Treasury Dept
65. Signed a memo ordering a probe into whether foreign steel is hurting U.S. national security
66. Signed the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act
67. Signed the Buy American Hire American executive order
68. Signed bill allowing states to block Planned Parenthood funding
69. Signed two executive orders on trade aimed at reducing the trade deficit
70. Signed an executive order establishing a commission on drug and opioid abuse
71. Signed an executive order on energy independence at EPA headquarters
72. Signs bill rolling back regulations via the Congressional Review Act
73. Signed a bill on space exploration
74. Signed an order directing a top-to-bottom audit of the Executive Branch
75. Signed revised executive order suspending the U.S. refugee program and entry for travelers from six mostly Muslim countries
76. Signed an order calling for a review of the “waters of the United States” environmental regulation, and another order moving the HBCU (Historically Black College and Universities) offices back from the Education Department to the White House
77. Signed two resolutions, one encouraging women at NASA and another promoting women in entrepreneurship
78. Signed bill nixing a Social Security Administration rule regarding gun background checks
79. Signed an executive order directing every agency to set up a task force to eliminate red tape
80. Signed legislation undoing coal mining regulation
81. Signed legislation rolling back part of the Dodd-Frank financial regulations. The legislation repeals a rule that requires oil and gas companies to disclose payments to the U.S. or foreign governments for commercial development
82. Signed three orders creating DOJ task forces to combat crime and cartels
83. Issued an executive order directing the Treasury secretary to review the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulatory law
84. Issued a presidential memorandum instructing the Labor Department to delay implementing an Obama rule requiring financial professionals who are giving advice on retirement, and who charge commissions, to put their clients first
85. Signed executive order instructing agencies that whenever they introduce a regulation, they must first abolish two others.
86. Signed executive orders to restructure the National Security Council and Homeland Security Council and to extend bans on ex-administration officials working as lobbyists to five years — including a lifetime ban on ex-officials lobbying for foreign countries.
87. Signed memorandum on fighting ISIS
88. Signed an executive order imposing a 120-day suspension of the refugee program and a 90-day ban on travel to the U.S. from citizens of seven terror hot spots, including Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, and Sudan
89. Signed orders dealing with immigration enforcement and border security. Measures called for constructing a U.S.-Mexico border wall, cutting funding to sanctuary cities, hiring thousands more border and immigration agents, toughening immigration enforcement and reinstating federal-local immigration partnerships
90. Signed orders reviving consideration of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, as well as additional actions aimed at expediting the permitting process and encouraging the use of U.S. steel
91. Signed orders withdrawing the U.S. from the TPP trade deal; imposing a federal hiring freeze; and reinstating the ban on federal funding for abortion services in other countries
92. Signs order telling agencies to ease the burden of ObamaCare
93. Signed legislation allowing retired Gen. James Mattis to serve as Defense secretary
94. Passes Kate’s Law
95. Passes No Sanctuary for Criminals Act
I wonder how much more President Trump will do for America this term.

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Best Buddies – The Mueller/Comey Connection

Fired FBI director James Comey and Special Counsel to the Russian collusion investigation, Bob Mueller, are best buddies?  That is a clear conflict of interest!

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When acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein recommended that president Trump fire FBI Director James Comey, he set the stage for a stand-off between the two men, and also for the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller to lead an investigation into Russian meddling of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.  But instead of finding any campaign collusion with foreign agents and Trump campaign officials, the FBI has only found proof of the Clintons collusion to send 20% of America’s uranium to the Russian Federation.

When former FBI director James Comey admitted during his testimony before Congress that he had intentionally leaked details of his conversations with Trump so that he could provoke an independent investigation and the appointment of a special prosecutor, he triggered an investigation into himself that has so far proven that partisan politics is behind the Russian Collusion Delusion.

President Trump has repeatedly represented his displeasure at the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller, who is a known close personal friend of James Comey whom the president recently fired and who is now a witness in the investigation.  Trump shared his feelings about the appointment of Mueller to Fox News, stating, “He’s very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome.”

Robert Mueller was appointed by President George W. Bush and served as the director of the FBI from 2001 to 2013, and then turned the reins over to his protege, James Comey who was appointed by President Obama in 2013 and who ran the spy organization until he was fired by president Trump in May. Both Mueller and Comey are confidants of Trumps most ardent enemy’s.  National news networks and politicians across the country have called for the recusal of Robert Mueller due to the obvious conflict of interest of him investigating the man who fired his friend.

Former Assistant FBI Director James Kallstrom believes that Bob Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey are the best of friends and have been for over two decades. Kallstrom stated in a recent interview, “the relationship presents a conflict of interest which is hampering the Russia probe.  How do you appoint a special counsel who is a longtime friend? It’s a massive conflict of interest.”

Politico journalist Garrett Graff wrote a book about former FBI Director Bob Mueller that described the close relationship between Mueller and Comey as that of a protege and mentor.  He said, “While Mueller technically reported to Comey as deputy attorney general, Comey, two decades his junior, treated Mueller as a close friend and almost mentor. The men had known each other for years as each rose into the small, elite fraternity of prosecutors at the top of the Justice Department.”  Graff reported in the Washingtonian four years ago that “there was only one person in government whom Comey could confide in and trust.”

Bob Mueller

In the 2013 Washingtonian article, Graff noted: “The two men are deeply alike, sharing a background and core principles. Both educated at Virginia universities with a strong public service tradition (Mueller at the University of Virginia; Comey at William & Mary). They both achieved early success in the Justice Department and found subsequent life at private law firms lucrative but unfulfilling. Just years apart in the 1990s, they both gave up their top-tier private law firm jobs to return to the trenches of prosecuting criminals—Mueller as a junior prosecutor in Washington, DC, and Comey in Richmond, Virginia. Both men were rising stars mentored and guided by Eric Holder in the 1990s during Holder’s time in the Justice Department under the Clinton administration.”

Comey attorney David Kelley claimed that the two men know each other from working together as former U.S. Department of Justice colleagues but are hardly considered “best friends.”  He said, “They’ve had lunch together once, dinner together twice, once with their spouses and once after.”  But Arizona Congressman Trent Franks, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, believes Mr. Mueller’s relationship with Mr. Comey should make him ineligible to be the Special Counsel.

Representative Frank said, “Those who worked under them have attested to the fact that Mueller and Jim Comey possess a close friendship, and they have delivered on-the-record statements effusing praise of one another. No one knows Mr. Mueller’s true intentions, but neither can anyone dispute that he now clearly appears to be a partisan arbiter of justice.  Accordingly, the law is also explicitly clear: he must step down based on this conflict of interest.

Fox News legal expert Gregg Jarrett reported that the U.S. Special Counsel statute mandates that Counsel cannot serve if they have a personal relationship with someone central to the case, and a Justice Department statute states that recusal is necessary when there is the “appearance” of a “personal” conflict of interest.

Civil rights attorney Alan Dershowitz said that President Donald Trump was right to raise questions about special counsel Robert Mueller’s objectivity in the Russia probe because of his longstanding friendship with fired FBI Director James Comey.  Dershowitz said “Comey was determined to get revenge on the president by getting a special counsel appointed.

FBI Code of Conduct:

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Ethics and Integrity Policy Guide, FBI agents must not act in any manner that would give the appearance of a conflict of interest.

The FBI ethics guide states: “‘Public service is a public trust,’ underlies all aspects of Government service.  The many ethics statutes and regulations discussed in this guide have one fundamental purpose: to ensure that every U.S. citizen can be confident in the integrity of the Federal Government and those in its employ.”

Former FBI Director James Comey wrote the introduction page to the ethics manual so he must be familiar with it.  In his opening letter, Comey wrote: “The rules are based on one fundamental precept: Public service is a public trust. Those of us lucky enough to serve the public in and through this great organization must adhere to that principle in everything we do.” – James Comey.

The FBI Ethics and Integrity Program Policy Guide stipulates that “FBI employees shall endeavor to avoid any actions creating the appearance of unethical activity.”

According to section 45.2 of the FBI Ethics and Integrity Program Policy Guide, Under the heading “Disqualification arising from a personal or political relationship,” subsection (b) states: “no employee shall participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with:
(1) – Any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation.
And subsection (b) states that an FBI or government employee must not participate in an investigation “that would create an appearance of a conflict of interest likely to affect the public perception of the integrity of the investigation or prosecution.”

Additionally, FBI Director James Comey broke Federal Bureau of Investigation rules when he provided his friend and the New York Times with documents related to the Russian investigation, in an effort to get a special counsel appointed.

In section 4.9.4, on the FBI’s policy on agents speaking and writing to the media, it states, “The work that employees perform for the FBI is frequently of national importance and is, therefore, the subject of great public attention and interest. Nevertheless, each employee has the responsibility to maintain the confidentiality of information learned by virtue of his FBI duties.  Sensitive law enforcement information must not be disclosed in any form without specific prior authorization.  Information is not releasable merely because it is attributed to an unidentified “Federal law enforcement official.” Such disclosures cause serious damage to our investigation and risk unfairly tarnishing the reputation of those involved in these investigations who enjoy the presumption of innocence and are entitled to the due process of law.”

Former special counsel for President George H.W. Bush, Bill Otis said, “Mueller is compromised by the close professional — and I would sure think personal — relationship with Comey, That is an encompassing standard…that should be interpreted broadly so that the public will have maximum confidence in the outcome of the special counsel’s work.”

Hana Callaghan, the director of the Government Ethics Program for Santa Clara University believes that the Mueller/Comey connection could hinder the investigation and cause the public to lose faith in their government.  She said, “A friendship could give rise to the appearance that Mueller was acting out of loyalty to his friend as opposed to the public’s best interest in finding out what happened.“

The purpose of having a “special counsel” is to find an impartial prosecutor from outside of the normal government chain of command because conflicts of interest already exist.  Robert Mueller and James Comey have a longstanding friendship and clear conflict of interest which precludes them from collaborating on the special counsel investigation.

The most ethical and honest approach for Robert Mueller to take is for him to recuse himself from the investigation due to his close professional and personal relationship with fired FBI Director James Comey.

If he does not recuse, then he must be removed.

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Al Franken’s unconvincing ‘apologies’

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Al Franken comes out of the world of show business, where scripts are constantly rewritten — so that’s probably why he’s just issued a fourth version of his attempt to explain sexual-harassment charges against him.

But the Minnesota senator’s still not making the kind of full-throated apology called for by the accusations against him by four different women, none of which he’s denied.

Instead, he’s embracing his inner Olaf: You know, the cute little snowman from “Frozen” who tells everyone, “I like warm hugs.”

“I’m a warm person; I hug people,” is Franken’s version of what happened when a woman says he grabbed her buttocks while taking a photo with her at the 2010 Minnesota State Fair. “Some women,” he now says, have found those hugs “inappropriate,” so he obviously needs “to be much more careful and sensitive.”

But all he’ll concede is having “made some women feel badly.” Not one of his statements admits to any intentionally bad behavior.

The first version, issued after a radio host said he kissed her without consent and groped her while she was sleeping, was to brusquely dispute her account and dismiss the photo of him in the act as just misfired humor.

He hasn’t come close to the “accountability” and “accepting responsibility” that Hillary Clinton disingenuously claimed he’s exhibited in this sordid affair.

Nor is he making himself available to answer reporters’ questions.

For Franken, it’s all about people misinterpreting his actions or overreacting when he “crossed the line” a few times. After all, he says, “I respect women” — even when he’s grabbing them.

It’s a new take on his Stuart Smalley character: “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough and, doggone it, people like me.”

It isn’t working outside the media-Hollywood bubble: Only 22 percent of all Minnesota voters say he should stay in office. And his approval rating has plummeted.

After all, this is the same Al Franken who hailed the “incredibly brave” women who’d spoken out against Weinstein, and who sanctimoniously declared that such behavior “is far too common.”

Clearly, he knew what he was talking about.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.

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Top Clinton Donor Quits Party, Won’t Fundraise For DNC

Wealthy trial attorney John Morgan officially announced that he won’t run for Governor in Florida, is becoming an independent, and will withhold his millions from the Democratic National Committee.

By Jacob Engels

After months of toying with the idea of running for Governor on the Democratic line, Lake Mary based trial attorney John Morgan announced he would not run for Governor on Twitter earlier Friday morning.

“Spent all of Thanksgiving with my whole family. While it’s amazing to be leading the polls for Governor without being a candidate I can’t muster the enthusiasm to run for the nomination,” Morgan posted on Twitter in a two-part statement.

While Morgan’s decision not to run for Governor is already front-page news, the fact that he is bolting the Democratic Party could be the story of the year.

His second tweet…

“And I can’t muster enthusiasm for any of today’s politicians. They are all the same. Both parties. I plan to register as an Independent and when I vote, vote for the lesser of two evils. And if I ever ran, run as an Independent.”

This means that Mr. Morgan, who has spent decades raising millions for the Democratic Party and their candidates, has closed his checkbook on a political party he built. Morgan was known for his lavish parties with top-billed guests like Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and other liberal elites like musician Jimmy Buffet.

Just under a year ago, he hosted a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at his Heathrow home that cost over $2,500 for an entry-level ticket. Over the years, Morgan cemented himself as the go-to-guy among aspiring candidates and Democratic fundraisers looking to raise coin.

He made sure the 2008, 2012 Obama campaign was flush with cash, allowing the former President to win his first election and secure a second term. Though she was unsuccessful in beating Trump, Morgan also made sure the Clinton campaign was not hurting for cash.

Now, he is refusing to give money to the Democratic National Committee, and called out the corruption occurring within the organization. When asked by Politico about the DNC, Morgan referenced former DNC Chair Donna Brazile’s book, where Brazile documents massive corruption at the DNC.

“F— no,” he said when asked if he would help national organizations. “That’s like pissing money down a rat hole. Read Donna [Brazile’s] book”

A Morgan bid for Governor would have been the most exciting things to follow in 2018, and I think he would have won. Unfiltered and authentic, not one candidate on either side would have been able to stop him. Maybe in a political world pre-Trump, but not in the post-Trump victory era.

There were even rumors that he was going to partner with millennial Republican Tax Collector Joel Greenberg of Seminole County as his running mate.

Greenberg says party politics are becoming a thing of the past, and that he plans on raising $20million in the next 6-months to support upstart candidates around the state.

“I think John has a lot to offer. I’ve known his family my entire life, and they are some of the finest people I’ve ever met. Partisan politics are becoming a thing of the past. John sees it, I see it too.

There is a lot more happening behind the scene, this much I can assure you. My goal is to raise $20M over the next six months, and that’s all I am allowed to say,” Greenberg texted the Central Florida Post.

Trump advisor Roger Stone even praised Morgan’s chances.

“I really like John Morgan. He’s a straight shooter and his advocacy of medicinal marijuana is nothing less than heroic. Partisanship aside, he would have been a strong candidate and good Governor. I’m glad he has recognized the idea-barren bankruptcy of the Democratic Party. “

Morgan ranked first in nearly every poll done on the Democratic primary for Governor, thanks to his aggressive marketing for his law firm (Morgan & Morgan), that put his face in front of millions across Florida each day.

Jumping out of the running as a candidate for Governor in Florida as a Democrat, and his switching to Independent is a big problem for Democrats, both statewide and nationally.

The fact that he is taking it a step further to trash the DNC’s rigged election and overall incompetence, is a direct slight at his pal Hillary Clinton, for whom he raised a small fortune.

Since announcing his break from the Democratic Party, Morgan has been lambasting party operatives… providing vicious and memorable quotes to any news outlet that asks.

This is a threat level “midnight” scenario for the Democratic Party, both the statewide and national Democrats are already dealing with a never-ending saga of scandals.

From charges of cronyism and corruption, to sexual harassment and coverups, it looked to be the proverbial “rock-bottom.”

But it wasn’t.

November 24th of 2017 is the day the Democratic Party hit rock-bottom. They have lost one of their biggest donors and a candidate built perfectly for this political climate. It wasn’t even on good terms.

Ask yourself, how horrific and deep are the problems within the Democratic Party? Bad enough for one of it’s biggest investors to jump-ship and pull the rug out from under Democrats the day after Thanksgiving.

That’s how bad it is.

Imagine putting MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS over decades of time into a political party and it’s candidates? That’s not an investment you walk away from unless it has become fundamentally broken, beyond repair.

And given his singling out of the rigged convention process orchestrated by Team Clinton, Morgan is making himself very clear about how he feels the Clinton campaign was run.

The takeaways for the Democratic Party are obvious…

1). Hillary Clinton was an insanely flawed candidate.

2). She stole the primary and scrubbed out in the general.

3). Clinton morally and ethically bankrupt Democrats.

4). Stop blaming Trump, pick yourself up, chart a new course (w/o Clinton).

Ignoring the meaning behind Morgan’s departure will equal an almost sure defeat in 2018 and 2020 for the Democratic Party.

I’m betting they will not read the writing on the wall, which is sad. Voters deserve a real completion, one that the current Democratic Party can’t give them.


Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, and Fox News to name a few. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.

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