SWARM 3 – (CBS) M Obama

SWARM 3 – (CBS) M Obama

SWARM NOTICE: You know the drill. Go to this video on youtube. All members do this. We make an impact to resist this stupidity. Why is she even reading a scripted and heavily rehearsed script on this. Antifa would, well, we seen what they would do to her.

Gun Owners fear Maryland Cops Target them for Traffic Stops

Stories pile up but police say searches are legal

A year ago this New Year’s Eve, John Filippidis of Florida was driving south with his family on Interstate 95 when the Maryland Transportation Authority Police pulled over his black Ford Expedition and proceeded to raid it while his twins, wife and daughter looked on — separated in the back seats of different police cruisers.

The officers were searching for Mr. Filippidis‘ Florida-licensed, palm-size Kel-Tec .380 semi-automatic handgun, which he left at home locked in his safe. (Maryland does not recognize handgun permits issued by other states.)
When the search turned up nothing, Mr. Filippidis, 51, was allowed to go and was issued only a speeding warning.
The incident gained national attention. Mr. Filippidis went on multiple radio programs and described in detail how scared and outraged he and his family were. He wondered: How did the police know he was licensed for concealed carry, and what right did they have to search through his personal items on the side of the busy interstate filled with holiday travelers on that 10-degree day?

“My wife’s hysterical, shaking and crying,” Mr. Filippidis recalled in an interview with The Washington Times. “I don’t have a criminal record. I own a business. I’m a family man, and I tried to explain that to [the officer]. But he had a bad attitude, didn’t want to hear my story. He just wanted to find that gun and take me away from my family. That was his goal, but he couldn’t do it, because I didn’t have a gun, like I told him.”

Mr. Filippidis‘ case earned the support of Second Amendment advocates and subsequent apologies from the MDTA. But an internal police review concluded his stop and search were lawful and did not violate police protocols.
Those findings, however, have not satisfied other out-of-state gun owners, who worry that they, too, have been targeted for minor traffic stops in Maryland because they have concealed weapons permits. Their stories are accumulating.

John Tonnesen IV of Lake Worth, Florida, was pulled over and arrested after a search of his work truck — by the same officer who stopped Mr. Filippidis — turned up his .45-caliber Ruger, licensed in the state of Florida. He doesn’t believe the stop was coincidental.

“It was unloaded and stuffed into a bag far from me,” Mr. Tonnesen told The Times. “There’s scanners in Maryland that scan every tag, and Florida is one of their target vehicles. They’ll find whatever reason they can to pull you over.”

MDTA denies it targets out-of-state gun owners and noted the review of Mr. Fillipides earlier traffic stop concluded the officers did nothing wrong.

“The MDTA Police conducted a review of the traffic stop and have concluded that the stop and subsequent search of the vehicle were justified,” spokesman Jonathan Green wrote in an emailed statement. “The investigation did not reveal any violations of law or agency policy.”

The officer who stopped both gun owners is “assigned to the I-95 corridor where there is a large volume of out of state travelers,” Mr. Green said.

Baltimore-based criminal defense lawyer Paul Kramer says these type of stops and searches happen far too often in Maryland and are a waste of taxpayer money. Mr. Kramer represented a Pennsylvania security officer who was pulled over in the state for speeding. The Maryland officer asked Mr. Kramer’s client whether he had a gun in the car, and once the man acknowledged he did, the officer arrested him for having the gun and the cartridge in the same locked container — not separated, as per Maryland law.
“You think that Maryland would honor legitimate people with guns rather than charging people who are legitimately carrying but doing it incorrectly,” said Mr. Kramer, who was former deputy U.S. attorney for Maryland. “I would think that the police would want to take the time to go after those people who don’t have a legitimate right to have a gun rather than locking up people who have a valid license.
“An otherwise law-abiding citizen can get arrested here. It’s just a waste of officer time and resources. The police should let those people go,” he said.
Maryland is one of the toughest gun control states in the nation and passed the Maryland Firearm Safety Act of 2013, which, among its provisions, bans 45 assault weapons and limits gun magazines to 10 rounds. Maryland also has strict laws governing the transportation of guns and issues concealed carry only on a “need-based” determination. Maryland does not recognize any out-of-state carry licenses.
Gun rights advocates are trying to pressure Gov.-elect Larry Hogan, a Republican, to get involved in a legal effort by a coalition of gun owners and gun rights groups to invalidate the law. Twenty-one states have filed briefs with the court supporting the challenge. In a news conference in November after winning the election, however, Mr. Hogan said he would leave it to the courts to decide.

That’s not stopping advocates like Mr. Tonnesen, 50, from pleading to Mr. Hogan to investigate whether Maryland is targeting out-of-state concealed-carry holders.

On his way up north to visit family for the holidays this year, Mr. Tonnesen left his weapon behind but came armed with a letter addressed to Mr. Hogan instead, detailing his arrest last year and questioning why Maryland is using its limited resources to target out-of-staters.
“I got six months probation before adjudication on my record, and I didn’t do anything wrong,” Mr. Tonnesen said. “My father gave me my first rifle when I was eight. I have respect for guns and know how to use them. A terrible injustice happened to me, and it’s a phenomenal waste of the state’s resources that the governor should be aware [of].”

Mr. Hogan’s office confirmed receipt of the letter but declined further comment on it.
As governor, Mr. Hogan will “uphold both the U.S. Constitution and the laws of Maryland; he will not overturn existing Maryland law and will work across party lines to reduce gun violence,” Hogan spokeswoman Erin Montgomery told The Times.

Academics say Mr. Hogan is likely to stay far away from gun control issues as he begins his tenure as a rare Republican elected official in a mostly blue state.

“Of course, some conservatives would love to see Maryland’s gun control law changed, but Hogan recognizes the political reality that Maryland is a liberal state — and if he wants to accomplish anything economically, he’s going to have to stay away from the social issues,” said David Lublin, a professor of political science at American University who runs a blog, Seventh State, dedicated to Maryland politics. “Gun control is popular in the state, and, although I don’t see him strengthening it, a sort of vagueness suits him well on the issue.”

Mr. Hogan ran in the blue state on his strengths as a businessman — someone who understood working-class families and the consequences of increased taxes.

With Democrats holding nine of the state’s 10 seats in Congress, having large majorities in both state houses, and with the attorney general and state comptroller both being Democrats, if Mr. Hogan wants to generate good will to pass through some of his economic changes, he will have to stay away from gun control, which the majority of the state favors, Mr. Lublin said.

According to a 2013 poll conducted by Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies Inc., which surveyed more than 800 of the state’s registered voters, 58 percent said they support the gun control law enacted under Gov. Martin O’Malley.

As for the MDTA, officials maintain only people who are committing traffic violations are pulled over, not those who have out-of-state concealed carry licenses.
“It is important to note that no gun-permitting information is programmed into any License Plate Reader units accessible to MDTA Police,” Mr. Green said.

In Mr. Filippidis‘ case, he was pulled over because he was going 72 mph in a 55 mph zone and was tailgating the officer, Mr. Green said.

“The officer observed the concealed carry gun permit while the driver was searching for his driver’s license and vehicle registration in his wallet,” Mr. Green said.

“After personally observing the gun permit, the officer asked the driver to step from the vehicle and inquired about the location of the weapon,” Mr. Green said. “The driver denied that there was a weapon in the vehicle.

“The officer returned to the vehicle to ask the occupant of the front passenger seat about the location of the gun. The occupant of the front passenger seat indicated that the gun was possibly in the glove box or the console of the vehicle and reached for the glove box before being advised by the officer to stop.”

“The officer who stopped Mr. Filippidis smelled the odor of marijuana in the vehicle on his initial approach of the vehicle,” Mr. Green said. “Based on the conflicting stories regarding the location of the gun, the observations made while the vehicle was being stopped and the suspected odor of marijuana, the officer had probable cause to search the vehicle for possible controlled dangerous substances (CDS) and the weapon.”

Mr. Filippidis vehemently denies there was any smell of marijuana in his car, and he didn’t know that was the excuse used to justify the search of his SUV. He did say he may have been going a little over the speed limit, and his wife was confused about the whereabouts of his gun.

“If they smelled pot, why didn’t they arrest me for pot?” Mr. Filippidis said. “This whole thing just doesn’t add up. Smoking in front of my kids driving home from Christmas with the family? Come on. We walked away from the entire incident without even a ticket — for anything.”

As for Mr. Tonnesen, a search of his vehicle was justified after the same officer felt threatened and that Mr. Tonnesen was hiding something as both of his hands weren’t readily visible. He was also pulled over for speeding.


Civil War, if not this year, it may be soon

As the military becomes more and more politicized, and the brainwashed generations reach positions of power, their stranglehold will eventually become too much to accept or bear.

We see the extremists now and it gets more extreme everyday. The left wants power and will do absolutely anything to obtain it and keep it. They will change election rules, redraw electoral maps, and push policies through under executive order.

We see this happening in democrat states now. They are rapidly disarming the population. How many of 50 states can you nearly own a handgun and a bolt action rifle with a 5 round limit. How many do not allow semi automatic rifles without magazines welded on and a field disassembly required to reload. Strategic rules to leave the population defenseless against the government.

Our founding father knew because they had seen governments grow to control everything, elites controlling the government, and essentially a caste system implemented where rulers are government officials, getting rich by stopping on the citizens. They did not want that. They designed the constitution to prevent that.

But here we are at the brink. Look around. The corruption is astounding. Media is controlled by the state democrats. Social media too. And now, plans for a takeover. It may not be 2021. Or 2025. But within a decade, your lifetime, it is very much a highly possible reality. You will see the checks and balances ignored or changed. And heavy restrictions ‘for your best interest’. It is happening now.

NFAC Jay Batshit Crazy (Still)

Self proclaimed preacher, Jay continues to spout out nonesense. Did you know Africans are the original Egyptians? And also the Original jews? Did you know they had a global empire? Or they built the pyramids?

Holy shit this guy is nuts. Here is his latest massacre of the ‘slave masters bible’ and Some other nonsense.

When a person is so desperate to be important, they grasp a straws, twist the truth, and form it to be about them. It does not matter there are a thousand years of proof.

The damaging part of this is other desperate people are listening and believing. Even if it was true, your ancestors achievements are not yours. He says all these lies of these great achievements that only came from Africans (somehow in the Middle East) to be proud of something. Nope. Sorry. Anywhere besides Africa and within Africa the most, is only from slavery that Africans created by selling their enemy tribe members they captured. Here is the crazy:

Man found dead inside home in Jackson, police investigating

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV)-Jackson police are investigating a deadly shooting after a man was found inside a vacant home in the 3900 block of Ofc. Thomas Catchings, Sr. Drive.

The shooting happened Wednesday just after 10:00 a.m.

It is believed the victim was inside the home for a long period of time and sustained at least one gunshot wound.

The cause of the shooting is unknown.


Member Posting: Recipe for Destruction

1962: United States Supreme Court decided that prayer in public schools violated the First Amendment because it constituted the establishment of religion. So even though, from the foundation of this nation, prayer before the school day began was the standard of a respectful and reverent student body, it suddenly became “illegal” and forbidden.

1963: The Supreme Court forbid public school students from reading their Bibles. Even though all of our nation’s schools and colleges were not only founded on biblical principles, but the Bible was the standard textbook from which many students learned to read and the Book from which they gained their moral compass, the simple decision of a few men rendered it, too, forbidden.

1973: The Supreme Court decided the murder of unborn babies would now become “legal”. There were many other Supreme Court decisions along the way that seemingly became the “law of the land’, even though the Supreme Court has NO authority to make laws. Yet we quietly acquiesced to each one.

2015: The Supreme Court decided it was now the “law of the land” that men may marry men and woman may marry women, and anyone who opposed this was labeled a “hater”. Meanwhile the church people simply rolled over and continued to sleep, just as they have since 1962.

Judicial supremacy is a fallacy that a weak-minded people readily acquiesce to.

Today our Creator has been thrown out of public education entirely, as our Godly heritage and history is sandblasted from public view.

What we currently see and will continue to experience is the eradication of our liberties and freedoms.

Today, in schools and universities throughout our nation, children are taught that God doesn’t exist, morals are relative, the United States is a terrible place filled with bad people, and Marxist/Communist rule is the answer to our problems. The most disturbing facet of this all is the majority of Americans are too ignorant and delusional to recognize what is happening, let along have the mettle to fight for freedoms they don’t understand let alone know from where they are derived.

We will soon be unable to effect a change if we fail to change now.

NFAC Another Accidental Discharge

Why bring an gun if you aren’t going to use it? Let’s shoot some of this park up. How about that owl in the tree – it has been giving me dirty looks all morning.

Oct 3, 2020 / 05:09 PM CDT / Updated: Oct 3, 2020 / 09:26 PM CDT

NFAC in Lafayette

Jay and gang in Lafayette. Be cool like Jay and wear the same airsoft body armor that can stop spit balls but not a dart. I suppose no one there needs body armor since they are for show and if not, it would not make a difference form most. Phone books stuffed under the shirt have been proven not to work well.

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The 1% conundrum: How a simple but flawed math prediction by US Covid-19 experts caused the world to panic and order lockdowns

When you strip everything else out, the reason for lockdown comes from a single figure: one percent. This was the prediction that Covid, if left unchecked, would kill around one percent of us.

You may not think that percentage is enormous, but one percent of the population of the world is 70 million people – and that’s a lot. It would mean 3.2 million Americans dead, and 670,000 Britons.

But where did this one-percent figure come from?

To find out we have to go back to what happened when the virus first began showing up at the beginning of the year.

As cases started to mount, on February 28, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the immunologist who heads up the US Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and some colleagues published a paper predicting that Covid would be about as serious as a bad flu epidemic. Their paper, released by the Institute of Allergy and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and run in the New England Journal of Medicine, stated: “the overall clinical consequences of Covid-19 may ultimately be more akin to those of a severe seasonal influenza which has a case fatality rate of approximately 0.1%.” In other words, one person in a thousand who gets it badly, dies.

Yet, just 11 days later, at a congressional hearing, Dr. Fauci had changed his tune: Covid was now going to be TEN TIMES more lethal than flu and would kill one percent of people. He observed: “The flu has a mortality rate of 0.1 percent. This has a mortality rate of 10 times that. That’s the reason I want to emphasize we have to stay ahead of the game in preventing this.”

If influenza killed 50, Covid was going to kill 500. If influenza killed a million, Covid was going to get 10 million. No wonder Congress, then the world, panicked. Because they were told Covid was going to be 10 times worse than influenza. They could see three million deaths in the US alone, and 70 million around the world.

Here’s how one paper, “Public health lessons learned from biases in coronavirus mortality overestimation”, put it: “On March 11, 2020… based on the data available at the time, Congress was informed that the estimated mortality rate for the coronavirus was ten-times higher than for seasonal influenza, which helped launch a campaign of social distancing, organizational and business lockdowns, and shelter-in-place orders.

In healthcare, the US is very much the dog that wags the tail. The figures they come up with are used globally. So this one-percent fatality was taken as writ by most countries around the world.

In the UK, the group I call the Mad Modellers of lockdown, the Imperial College experts, created much the same panic. On March 16, they used an estimated fatality rate of 0.9 percent to predict that, without lockdown, Covid would kill around 500,000 in the UK.


Black Riders Liberation Party leads armed defense for Portland counter-protest against Proud Boys

Black Lives Matter and Antifascist activists held a counter-demonstration Saturday afternoon in Portland against a Proud Boys demonstration being held in a nearby park. The two groups largely remained separate from each other. Members of the Black Riders Liberation Party, a group that continues to promote the views of the Black Panthers, acted as armed security for the event. “We’re not out here to cause any kind of destruction. We’re not out here to intimidate nobody, to antagonize nobody,” said BRLP regional minister of defense Ogun Ture. “Today we are actually out here to show that we are a liberated front.” Letha Winston, Patrick Kimmons’ mother spoke out. Kimmons was killed by police in 2018. “Don’t let nobody discourage you from getting justice,” she said. “Don’t let nobody discourage you from saying ‘F*** the police.'”

Cleveland bans long list of items in public areas in security zone around Cleveland Clinic presidential debate site

The city of Cleveland has announced a list of prohibited items in the security zone around the Cleveland Clinic’s main campus.
The temporary ban will be in effect from 12:01 AM Monday until 6 PM Wednesday.
It covers public areas (including streets and sidewalks) between East 79th to Stokes Boulevard and Hough Avenue to Cedar Avenue. This area extends roughly one block further west, north and east, of the Cleveland Clinic’s main campus. However Cedar Ave is the southern border of the campus, and the Fairfax neighborhood located to the south presents a very difficult area to secure (check out online maps and aerial photos to examine the features of area).
The list of prohibited items includes:
• Lumber larger than 2-inches wide and ¼ inches thick (including supports for signs)
• Metal, plastic, or other hard material larger than ¼ inch thick and 1/8-inch in wall thickness (including pipes and tubing)
• Weapons, including air rifles and pistols, paintball guns, blasting caps, switchblades, knives with blades longer than 2“ long, blackjacks, swords, sabers, hatchets and axes, slingshots, BB guns, pellet guns, wrist shot, metal knuckles, nun chucks, ax handles, shovels, or other tools that can cause property damage or injure people
• Dangerous ordinance, weapons, or firearms prohibited by the laws of Ohio
• Explosives, explosive devices or incendiary devices, including fireworks and rockets
• Sound amplification equipment
• Drones
• Containers of bodily fluids
• Aerosol cans
• Mace, pepper spray, or any other chemical irritants
• Umbrellas with metal tips
• Projectile launchers, such as water guns and water cannons
• Rope, chain, cable, strapping, wire, string, line, tape, or any similar material, longer than 6 feet
• Fragile items such as glass bottles, ornaments, light bulbs and ceramic vessels, regardless of whether they contain any substance, and non-plastic containers, bottles, cans or thermoses
• Coolers or ice chests
• Canned goods
• Locks, such as padlocks, bicycle locking devices, chain locks, or similar devices. The prohibition does not cover locks that are an integral component of a vehicle or structure, locks used by a property owner to secure permanent or temporary fencing or locks attached to a bicycle.
• Camping gear, including tents and other shelters, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, mattresses, cots, hammocks, bivouac sacks or stoves
• Backpacks and bags larger than 18 inches by 13 inches by 7 inches
• Lasers
• Ladders, grappling hooks, sledgehammers, hammers, and crowbars

Why haven’t other mayors or governors in Washington, Oregon, Kentucky, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, (or other areas that have suffered from civil unrest for months) been as pro-active and comprehensive in executive efforts to protect their citizens????

Police running down rioters for arrests amid flag burnings and Antifa destruction spree in Portland

Portland, Oregon: For a group of black protesting BLM the destructions performed by white Antifa thug is way beyond what they fell is ok – they confronted the Antifas, in order to try to keep white influence out of the equation. Rioters burning the American flag – as any other middle east scene in the 90s.

Caught on camera: Rioters sets car ablaze and starts fires at Unitarian Church Louisville

Spalding University & Unitarian Church, Louisville: LMPD aerial unit caught rioters on camera lighting fires and setting a car ablaze near Unitarian Church – the same church that have been offering refuges and a save place for BLM protesters and Antifa Black Bloc rioters & arsonists.

How will the left deface Amy Coney Barrett?

President Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court Justice seat available after the recent death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. ACB must confuse the Democrats quite a bit, given the fact that she’s a woman, she’s a mother, a role-model and will become the first Supreme Justice with small kids “We’re dying to see how the left is gonna spin this”, Olivia says, “…how will they deface her?”.