Saturday News Roundup: 9th Circuit Clownshow, DOJ Moves on Google, More BLM Terrorism

The 9th Circuit once again beclowns itself. – A 3 judge panel of the leftist 9th Circuit Court of Appeals proved that court to be the patron judicial saint of lost causes yet again on Friday, ruling that President Trump’s use of Pentagon funds to build the border wall is somehow unconstitutional. It isn’t.

This ruling is even more clownish than usual for the 9th Circuit, given that the Supreme Court of the United States already ruled on this same question last July. So this decision is not only wrong, it has already effectively been overturned. The circuit court judges who voted in favor of even hearing this case should be held personally responsible for reimbursing the government’s costs related to it. This is judicial malpractice, which has become an epidemic in this country over the last 3-1/2 years.

News you won’t see reported on CNN. – Readers here will know that I have repeatedly written about the need for the U.S. Department of Justice to pursue anti-trust charges against Google, Twitter, Facebook and the other big tech monopolies, who are the modern-day version of Standard Oil. During the leadup to the 2018 elections, when it had become apparent that the Democrats would likely win control of the House, I even urged President Trump to make trust-busting a major focus of his second two years in office.

Well, here we are, less than 5 months until Election Day, and it appears to the Department of Justice is finally getting around to doing something here.

From a report at Politico:

Justice Department prosecutors expect to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google in the coming months focused on the company’s dominance in online advertising and search, two individuals familiar with the discussions said Friday.

DOJ lawyers and state antitrust officials met online Friday and discussed contours of the expected complaint, according to the people, who weren’t authorized to speak on the record because the investigation is ongoing. People knowledgeable about the case had previously described litigation as likely.

The suit is expected to involve allegations that the search giant has monopolized the advertising technology market. It is also expected to include allegations that Google has taken steps to extend its monopoly over search, such as through contracts with Apple and cellphone makers who use the Android operating system that require it be the default search engine.

The people cautioned that Attorney General William Barr, who did not attend the meeting, has yet to make a final decision on whether to sue, a judgment he could make in the coming weeks. The department would also need to decide what remedy it would seek, such as trying to break up the company or placing limits on its behavior. Whether the state attorneys general would also sign on to the DOJ complaint isn’t yet determined.

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It’s very late in the game, but hey, better late than never. The problem here is exactly the same we see with the John Durham investigation still sitting out there with zero people indicted: If the presidential election goes the wrong way, any investigation into Google that has failed to produce a lawsuit by November will be immediately dropped by a Biden administration and whatever corrupt hack he names as his attorney general. A case already moving through the courts would be far harder for an incoming administration to justify ending.

Why you need to stay aware of your surroundings when out in public. – It’s becoming increasingly apparent that the domestic terrorist group Black Lives Matter is now systematically having its activists assault random white people in public. We’ve all seen the video of the 93 year-old woman who was assaulted on the street in New York last week, and yesterday we have this from Michigan:

Michigan authorities have charged an 18-year-old black man for the “unprovoked,” caught-on-video assault of a white Macy’s manager, officials said.

Damire Palmer, of Mount Morris Township, faces one count of felony assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder for the June 26 attack on the employee inside the Flint department store. Palmer is still in the wind.

“This was an unprovoked attack on a Macy’s employee,” said Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton in a statement. “This behavior as seen on the video is unacceptable, it is criminal, and it cannot be allowed.”

Contrary to initial claims, police and prosecutors didn’t uncover any evidence that Palmer assaulted the staffer after he’d allegedly used the N-word, officials said.

“We don’t believe any racial slur was made by the store manager,” Leyton said.

In surveillance video that prosecutors obtained from Macy’s, Palmer walks around the store then approaches the manager from behind and clocks him in the head, knocking him to the floor, officials said.

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This is a classic terror tactic BLM has used in the past and the group has now obviously decided to reactivate that particular program, which it has referred to in the past as “Operation Polar Bear.”

Keep your head on a swivel and protect your loved ones. These people are trained Marxist thugs, and this is what they do.

That is all.

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13 thoughts on “Saturday News Roundup: 9th Circuit Clownshow, DOJ Moves on Google, More BLM Terrorism

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - June 27, 2020

    In 7th grade, I had a black kid hit me from behind – (coward!) – and accuse me of spitting on him from the bus. (Didn’t do it, and how could he recognize me from behind, anyway?) Couldn’t face me, had to deck me from behind.

    All of us blonde kids look alike, I guess.

    Coward, just like in the mall assault.

  2. Jimmy MacAfee - June 27, 2020

    Google is owned by Alphabet. You tube is owned by Google, and 23 and Me is owned by Google.

    Break them up into a million little pieces. All of the affiliates and associations.

    For that matter, break up Pepsi, which owns Frito Lay. It’s not right that one toxic sludge company is owned by another.

  3. Jimmy MacAfee - June 27, 2020

    The 3 judges on the panel of the 9th trying to make a Lazarus of the already-decided decision should be sanctioned and lose their law licenses.

    I’ve mentioned that President Trump needs to pound home the promises he’s already kept or is in the process of keeping; this shows how important it is for the Left to try to stop him from keeping the border promise.

    The administration should ignore any ruling that tries to supersede the SCOTUS case; there is no obligation to obey an un-Constitutional directive that has already been decided.

  4. jack johnson - June 27, 2020

    Don`t hold your breath on Barr his “bombshell indictments” this summer will go over like a lead balloon as nobody really cares anymore. He is investigating these rioters and statue destroyers….by the time he arrests those perps there will be another person added to Mt. Rushmore. He moves like a slug.

    Take a good look at the pic of the beatdown…..how does this guy with his dago-tee and droopy pants NOT draw attention at the men`s department of Macy`s. Sorry but we are being way to passive in this BLM nonsense….you give an inch and they take a mile. We need to wake up and quit being scared of being called bad names.

    1. brian - June 27, 2020

      “quit being scared of being called bad names.”

      Well real conservatives don’t fear being called names… Only the feckless rino type conservatives fear name calling.

      When the communists lose the argument because of those pesky things called facts, they get very angry and call you names. Thinking they are going to shame you or intimidate you into compliance… Just smile back at them… drives them nuts…

      Its a war… attacks can come at any time, be alert…

      1. Silas - June 27, 2020

        Reason and facts are pesky things. The small minds of would be tyrants have a hard time processing them.

    2. TomPaim - June 27, 2020

      One action the federal government could take today that would hit Antifa members like a ton of bricks: use the no-fly lists as they were intended, to stop the free travel of terrorists. As we have seen, the FBI and/or TSA can put a person on these lists with no discussion, debate, or oversight. While this might be something to be debated, the fact of the matter is that Antifa members are clearly not willing to participate in our society as citizens, so why should we allow them to take advantage of our travel infrastructure?

      You watch the Antifa rank and file, those millennial trust funders, squeal in outrage as they are turned away at the airports and denied their “right” to travel the world on the back of American taxpayers (i.e., airports, FAA, TSA, bailed-out airlines, etc.). Maybe taking away their treasured “travel=life” lifestyles will help them see the benefits of living in the greatest nation on earth.

      1. Silas - June 27, 2020

        Spot on!

  5. Silas - June 27, 2020

    Define the enemy! Socialist Echo Chamber Media. secm. Quit calling them mainstream, they aren’t!

  6. Silas - June 27, 2020

    Off topic but it’s a great song

    https://youtu.be/ZhijZuIWNUA

  7. Silas - June 27, 2020

    One of the best covers ever

    https://youtu.be/8AHCfZTRGiI

  8. Silas - June 27, 2020

    This is not for the politically or socially correct. Nasty words warning. But we used to believe in free speech at one time didn’t we?

    https://youtu.be/UrgpZ0fUixs

  9. Silas - June 27, 2020

    Sorry t o be such a pest, but ain’t;t it amazing that God reaches out to us in so many ways?
    Norman Greenbaum proves this.

    https://youtu.be/-cXrEPNvRO8

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