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Saturday News Roundup: Morning Mika Goes off her Meds and a New Development in Portland Riots

When will we have a vaccine for this virus? – Like a virus with no cure, the Pantsuit Princess just keeps coming back in waves. Yesterday, speaking to a group of interns via video link, the Coughing Crook was still blaming the Russians for her loss to Donald Trump in 2016, and previewing the blaming of the post office for Joe Biden’s upcoming loss in November:

“Running in 2016 against someone who was totally willing to say or do anything, who attacked people, insulted people, who wanted to be good entertainment and then was, sadly, helped by the Russians and other allies to plant lots of disinformation,” she said.

Clinton said she’s going to do everything she can to “protect” Joe Biden and Kamala Harris from “those kinds of attacks going forward.”

She added she hopes “for an election as free as possible from (inaudible) and misinformation, from voter suppression, from the efforts to deny people their right to vote and have that vote counted.”

Clinton said she hoped the “hostile takeover of the post office” doesn’t “interfere” with the election.

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Hey, I wonder if mega-doses of Hydroxychloroquine can make this evil hag go away. I’m willing to try anything.

This is a big deal. – In a break with tradition, the New York City Police Union decided to endorse a presidential candidate this year. Not surprisingly, that endorsement did not go to the guy whose political party has been funding riots all over the country this summer and working to defund the police.

New York’s biggest police union backed President Trump’s bid for re-election Friday, as Trump slammed a “a left wing war on cops.”

“We need your strong voice across the country,” said Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch.

Lynch and Trump spoke before a crowd at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, N.J. attended by PBA leaders wearing red MAGA hats.

Rudy Giuliani, an attorney for President Donald Trump speaks as President Donald Trump smiles during an event Trump National Golf Club, Friday, Aug. 14, in Bedminster, N.J., with members of the City of New York Police Department Benevolent Association.
Rudy Giuliani, an attorney for President Donald Trump speaks as President Donald Trump smiles during an event Trump National Golf Club, Friday, Aug. 14, in Bedminster, N.J., with members of the City of New York Police Department Benevolent Association. (Susan Walsh/AP)

Lynch said it was the first time in his memory that the PBA had endorsed a presidential candidate.

“That’s how important this is,” he said to applause from the crowd. “Mr. President, we are fighting for our lives out there … You earned this endorsement, and I’m proud to give it.”

“We have to bring order back to our cities, back to our country,” said Trump, who said Joe Biden will make the country more dangerous.

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Morning Mika was off her meds Friday morning, and the results were glorious. Watch this:

Note that literally every single accusation she hurls against President Trump has been conclusively demonstrated to be false. Every. Single. One.

This is your news media in action.

ummmm…when was the last time you saw a “Vietnamese for Biden” rally? – Look at this:

But your news media expects you to believe that Biden is leading President Trump by double digits. You are being brainwashed to accept the results of a stolen election. Resist.

Meanwhile, in Portland Oregon… – The feds are now stepping in to once again do the job the local communist Democrat officials refuse to do. No, we’re not talking about federal law enforcement officers protecting the federal courthouse in Portland this time; we’re talking about the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Oregon district now stepping in to prosecute violent rioters who the local district attorney, Mike Schmidt, refuses to pursue.

From a piece at Breitbart:

Willamette Week reported on the federal move to prosecute rioters, including Edward Thomas Schinzing, who was caught on camera setting fires inside of the Multnomah County Justice Center on May 29, 2020, the first night of protests in Portland:

It was a slam-dunk case for the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office: the destruction of county property caught on camera. And county prosecutors are pursuing indictments for 47 people on felony charges related to protests this year.

Schinzing was indicted July 28 on arson charges. But the county isn’t bringing the charges.

Instead, he’s being prosecuted by the U.S. attorney for Oregon—that is, the feds. He’s one of at least two protesters whose cases originated in the district attorney’s office that have now been taken up in federal court, according to Multnomah County Senior Deputy District Attorney Nathan Vasquez.

The Willamette Week report notes that the fires were set in buildings owned by the city and country, not a federal building that federal law enforcement are tasked to protect.

The report also said “the feds’” rationale for claiming jurisdiction was, “Because Portland and Multnomah County are recipients of federal aid, including COVID relief funding, the federal government has authority to prosecute crimes on those properties.”

At a press conference on August 11, Schmidt did not dispute federal law enforcement’s jurisdiction in the Schinzing case, according to the Willamette Weekly report.

“Schinzing maliciously damaged and destroyed…by means of fire a building and other personal property belonging to Multnomah County and the City of Portland, which are both institutions and organizations receiving federal financial assistance,” Special Agent Cynthia M. Chang of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives wrote in an affidavit.

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Of particular interest in this story are the quotes from a former Multnomah County Chief Deputy DA:

Former Multnomah County Chief Deputy District Attorney Norm Frink said that the feds’ involvement may seem unusual, but what is taking place in Portland is anything but usual.

“Yeah, it’s unusual. But the circumstances are even more unusual,” Frink told the news outlet. “It’s unusual that for 70-plus days, people have been permitted, with minimal law enforcement interference, to break the criminal laws over political animus.”

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Unusual circumstances indeed. See? Not everyone in Portland is a leftist lunatic.

Real Journalist Andy Ngo once again reported on the action in Portland on its 79th consecutive night of riots:

Hey, just a bunch of “peaceful protesters,” right, CNN?

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

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