March 10, 2021 7:37 pm at 7:37 pm #1956134
Jewish and a Chicago NativeMarch 10, 2021 7:59 pm at 7:59 pm #1956159yaakov doeParticipant
And the great grandson of a Litvak who came to AmericaMarch 10, 2021 10:28 pm at 10:28 pm #1956166
Violent anti-Semites are quaking in their boots. A new sheriff just arrived in town!March 10, 2021 11:32 pm at 11:32 pm #1956187yehudayonaParticipant
Yaakov Doe, no mention of his ancestral shtetl?March 10, 2021 11:32 pm at 11:32 pm #1956188lakewhutParticipant
Doubt he’ll do anything about antisemitism.March 11, 2021 8:50 am at 8:50 am #1956240
@lakewut, yes he will, he will close the new division of civil right against religion leaving frum people high and dryMarch 11, 2021 8:51 am at 8:51 am #1956250LarryParticipant
You fools this guy a leftist moron. Useless idiot for the evil dems.
Did you not see how weak he was at the phony hearing.March 11, 2021 8:53 am at 8:53 am #1956255
He will speak out against anti-semitism not like Trump who made it look like he encourages it.March 11, 2021 9:32 am at 9:32 am #1956291
@ Reb E the DOJ under Trump fought anti religion discrimination that affected frum people, we dont need lip service saying don’t hate Jews we need action to help us do not expect any help from DOJ for the next four years. here is the list of the fight against the anti religions under Trump:
Vermont’s Barring Parochial Student from College Course Program Violates Constitution, Department of Justice Argues
Federal Court Orders District of Columbia to Permit Church’s Outdoor Worship Service
San Francisco Changes “One Congregant” Rule for Places of Worship After DOJ Calls it Unconstitutional
Justice Department Settles Suit Over Borough’s Denial of Permit to Orthodox Worship Center
Justice Department Files Brief in Indiana Supreme Court Supporting Catholic Archdiocese’s First Amendment Rights in Former High School Teacher’s Lawsuit
Focus on Religious Hate Crimes
Volume 87 (July 2020)
Justice Department Continues Efforts to Protect Worship From Unequal Treatment in COVID-19 Restrictions
Supreme Court Hands Downs Three Victories for Free Exercise of Religion at End of Term
RLUIPA Suit Filed Against Stafford County, Virginia, Over Blocking of Islamic Cemetery
Suit by Muslim Prisoners Seeking Religious Accommodation Should Proceed, Brief Argues
Volume 86 (May 2020)
Justice Department Sends Letter to California Governor Calling for Equal Treatment of Religious Gatherings
Justice Department Files Suit Against Jackson, New Jersey Alleging Zoning Code Used to Keep Out Orthodox Jewish Schools and Residents
North Lauderdale, Florida Changes Zoning Code to Equalize Treatment of Places of Worship
Missouri Man Indicted for Hate Crime and Arson Charges
Rastafarian Prisoner Released From Solitary Confinement After Justice Department Files Brief Supporting Religious Liberty Claim
Volume 85 (March 2020)
United States Files Brief Supporting Muslim Prisoner’s Religious Liberty Claim
Department of Justice Files Statement of Interest Supporting Photographer’s Free Speech Claim
United States Suit Alleges Nebraska Village Improperly Blocked Church
Louisiana Man Pleads Guilty to Burning Three Baptist Churches
DOJ Closes Investigation After Virginia Retirement Community Permits Religious Speech in Common Areas
Volume 84 (January 2020)
United States Urges U.S. Supreme Court to Overturn “Blaine Amendments”
Department of Education Issues Updated Guidance on Constitutionally Protected Prayer in the Public Schools
United States Files Statement of Interest in Georgia Hindu Temple Case
United States Intervenes in Maryland Church Zoning Dispute to Defend Constitutionality of RLUIPA
New York Man Charged With Federal Hate Crimes for Machete Attack at Rabbi’s Home
United States Urges Supreme Court to Revisit Standard for Accommodating Employees’ Religious Practices
Volume 83 (November 2019)
United States Files Brief Explaining That Maryland Improperly Excluded Christian School from Scholarship Program
Colorado Man Charged with Federal Hate Crime for Plotting to Blow Up Synagogue
DOJ Closes Investigation After Wisconsin City Equalizes Treatment of Places of Worship
United States Files Brief in Buddhist Meditation Center Appeal
Justice Department Files Brief in Maine School Choice Appeal
DOJ Reaches Agreement With Virginia Department of Corrections Over Religious Practice Policies
Volume 82 (September 2019)
Justice Department Asks Indiana Court to Dismiss Former Teacher’s Suit Against Archdiocese
White House Symposium Addresses Security Issues for Places of Worship
DOJ Files Supreme Court Brief in Montana Scholarship Case
Justice Department Files Suit Alleging RLUIPA Violation in Denial of Islamic Center
Ohio Man Sentenced to 30 Months in Anti-Jewish Assault
Volume 81 (June 2019)
Louisiana Man Charged with Federal Hate Crimes for Setting Fire to Three Churches
Place to Worship Initiative Looks Back at First Year
Department of Justice Files Statement of Interest in Maine School Choice Case
Chelan County, Washington Amends Zoning Code to Treat Places of Worship and Secular Assemblies Equally
Oregon Man Sentenced to 15 Months in Federal Prison for Threats to Eugene Church
Court Allows Church’s RLUIPA Equal Terms Case To Move Forward
Volume 80 (May 2019)
California Man Charged With Federal Hate Crimes for Poway Synagogue Shooting, Mosque Arson
Vermont Improperly Barred Parochial Students From College Course Program, United States Brief Argues
Pryor Creek, Oklahoma Amends Zoning Code to Equalize Treatment of Places of Worship
Office of Personnel Management Finalizes Religious Comp Time Rule
Settlement Reached in Islamic Cemetery Dispute
Volume 79 (April 2019)
Court Orders Village to Allow Church to Meet in Commercial District
Justice Department Files Statement of Interest Supporting Native American Land Use Case
Justice Department Files Statement of Interest in Michigan Church Zoning Case
Court Dismisses Claim After Town Civic Center Guarantees Churches Equal Access
Wisconsin Man Sentenced for Threatening Jewish Community Center
Volume 78 (February 2019)
Federal Court Agrees That University’s De-registering of Christian Student Group Violated the First Amendment
Court of Appeals Rules That Baltimore Church’s RLUIPA Claim May Proceed
Long Beach Changes Zoning Code to Equalize Treatment of Places of Worship
Update on Religious Hate Crimes
Court Agrees With United States that Mosque’s RLUIPA Claim Should Proceed
Volume 77 (December 2018)
Florida City Amends Zoning Code to Treat Places of Worship Equally With Nonreligious Assemblies
DOJ Files Brief Supporting Church’s Right to Rent Space at Community Center
Focus on Religious Hate Crimes
25th Anniversary of RFRA Commemorated
Department Closes Investigation After New Jersey Township Approves Church Expansion
DOJ Closes RLUIPA Investigation After Chicago Reaches Parking Agreement With Church
Department Provides Technical Assistance on Religious Accommodation at County Detention Facility, Concludes Investigation
Volume 76 (September 2018)
Federal Court Adopts DOJ’s Analysis, Allows Church’s RLUIPA Claim to Proceed to Trial
Attorney General Announces Creation of Religious Liberty Task Force at DOJ Summit
Department Closes Investigation in Response to Florida City Equalizing Treatment of Religious and Nonreligious Land Uses
DOJ Files Statement of Interest Supporting Hindu Association’s RLUIPA Suit
Town Allows Land Sale to Church, Amends Ordinance, After DOJ Investigation
Update on Religious Hate Crimes
Volume 75 (June 2018)
Department of Justice Announces Place to Worship Initiative
Department Files Suit Over Zoning Denial of New Jersey Synagogue Construction
Supreme Court Rules that Colorado Civil Rights Commission Violated Free Exercise Rights of Christian Baker Who Refused to Bake Cake for Same-Sex Wedding
Department Files Brief Supporting Church’s Expansion Efforts
Three Men Convicted for Plotting to Bomb Somali Muslim Apartment and Mosque in Kansas
RLUIPA Investigation Closed after Corrections Department Modifies Policy Regarding Native American Religious Ceremonies
Volume 74 (March 2018)
Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore Addresses Hate Crimes at Capitol Hill Event
Requiring Clergy Letter for Religious Accommodation Violated Title VII, Suit Alleges
Indictment in Jewish Community Center Threats
Tampa, Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Burn Down Home Being Purchased by Muslim Family
Justice Department Releases Religious Liberty Section For U.S. Attorneys’ Manual
Volume 73 (January 2018)
President, Attorney General, Recognize Religious Freedom Day
Department of Justice Files Amicus Brief in Montana School Choice Case
Florida Man Sentenced in Islamic Center Threat Case
Justice Department Defends Archdiocese of Washington’s Religious Liberty
Volume 72 (October 2017)
City Amends Code to Treat Houses of Worship Equally With Other Places of Assembly
Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Obstructing Free Exercise of Religion
Attorney General Issues Guidance On Federal Law Protections for Religious Liberty
Department of Justice Files Brief in Defense of Campus Free Speech
Tennessee Men Charged in Mosque Vandalism
Volume 71 (September 2017)
Acting Assistant Attorney General Highlights Prosecution of Hate Crimes in Address at Virginia Mosque
Civil Rights Division Marks 60th Anniversary
Department of Justice Tells Supreme Court that First Amendment Forbids Compelling Baker to Violate Conscience
United States Resolves Suit Against Pennsylvania Township Over Denial of Approval for Mosque
Sewage Regulation is Land Use Regulation Under RLUIPA
Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crime and WMD Charge for Attempted Attack on Synagogue
Volume 70 (May 2017)
Arson Awareness Week Focuses on House of Worship Arson
Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Religious Hate Crimes
Man Charged for Threatening Jewish Community Centers
RLUIPA Applies to Sewage Permit Denial that Prevented Use of Property as House of Worship
Volume 69 (March 2017)
Justice Department and City Resolve RLUIPA Suit Over Mosque Denial
Justice Department Closes Investigation After Zoning Change Allows Church to Move Into New Facility
Indictment in Catholic Church Arson
Focus on Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes
Volume 68 (December 2016)
DOJ Sends Letter to U.S. Mayors Highlighting RLUIPA
Focus on Religion-Based Violence and Attacks on Places of Worship
Consent Order Resolves Suit Over New York Church’s Efforts to Locate in Commercial District
Department of Justice Files Three RLUIPA Land-Use Cases Involving Mosques
Consent Order Resolves Michigan Religious School Lawsuit
Volume 67 (August 2016)
Justice Department Issues Report on Religion Roundtable Series
Justice Department Issues Report on RLUIPA
Justice Department Files RLUIPA Suit Against Pennsylvania Township that Denied Zoning Approval for Mosque
Appeals Court Rules Florida Prisons Must Provide Kosher Meals
Florida Man Charged with Civil Rights Violations for Synagogue Bombing Attempt
Volume 66 (May 2016)
Jury Finds Twin Towns on Arizona Utah Border Discriminated Based on Religion in Housing and Policing Practices
Man Pleads Guilty to Forcibly Removing Muslim Woman’s Headscarf on Plane
Guilty Plea in Case Related to Mother Emanuel AME Church shooting
Trial Court Properly Required Prison to Accommodate Religious Beard and Prayer Cap, Appeals Court Rules
Kosher Meal Should be Available to Muslim Inmate, United States Argues
U.S. Attorneys Hold Events Around Country on Countering Backlash Against Muslim, Arab, Sikh, and South Asian Communities
Volume 65 (February 2016)
Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Threat to Firebomb Mosques
Civil Rights Division Closes Investigation After City Allows Churches in Commercial Zones
Florida City Removes Special Development Standards for Places of Worship; Department of Justice Closes Investigation
Department of Justice to Sponsor Roundtables on Religious Discrimination and Religious Hate Crimes
Civil Rights Division Participates in Workshop in Spain on Religious DiscriminationMarch 11, 2021 9:33 am at 9:33 am #1956283GadolhadorahParticipant
Larry: You obviously are looking in the mirror. This thread is about the new AG, not about you. Even the Republicans who voted not to confirm, voiced support for his intellect and legal scholarship but indicated that their votes were more “political” and were meant to protest new administration policies.March 11, 2021 10:01 am at 10:01 am #1956299
>He will speak out against anti-semitism not like Trump who made it look like he encourages it.<
Nothing makes it look like you encourage anti-semitism more than having jewish grandchildren and supporting the jewish state.March 11, 2021 10:32 am at 10:32 am #1956297
Reb E, please deal with reality, for frum people the DOJ under Trump was the most frum friendly ever.
For religious assemblies, both small and large, having a place to gather for worship and carry out other religious activities is fundamental.
The land use provisions of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA), enacted in 2000, are designed to protect the basic right to buy, rent, and use land for worship and religious exercise.
On June 13, 2018, the Attorney General announced the Place to Worship Initiative. The goal of the Initiative is to increase enforcement and public awareness of the land use provisions of RLUIPA. These provisions protect places of worship and other religious uses of property (including religious schools and religious social service providers) in the zoning and landmarking process from actions by local governments that:
Place unjustifiable burdens on religious exercise;
Treat religious assemblies and institutions worse than nonreligious assemblies and institutions;
Discriminate against religious assemblies or institutions based on religion or religious denomination; or
Totally or unreasonably exclude religious assemblies and institutions from a particular municipality or county.
The Initiative seeks to increase the Department’s enforcement of RLUIPA, and educate religious leaders, county and municipal officials, and the general public about RLUIPA.
EditedMarch 11, 2021 11:47 am at 11:47 am #1956329
The white nationalist are encouraged in their anti-semitism by Trump not ckearly condemning their behavior, inciting their insurrection on the Capitol and has nothing to do with his grandchildren and Israel.March 11, 2021 1:45 pm at 1:45 pm #1956350
>The white nationalist are encouraged in their anti-semitism by Trump not clearly condemning their behavior,<
Trump could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue, shoot a Nazi and still not lose any haters.
> inciting their insurrection on the Capitol and has nothing to do with his grandchildren and Israel.<
The insurrection on the Capitol and had nothing to do with white nationalism.March 11, 2021 1:52 pm at 1:52 pm #1956357
@Reb E how do you reconcile the facts listed above of a very pro Jewish Pro Frum DOJ with your perception that Trump encouraged anti-Semitism other then the lame statement that nationalist stormed that Capitol?
PS there were a few Yidden in the crowd in the Capitol as wellMarch 11, 2021 10:09 pm at 10:09 pm #1956469bored guyParticipant
i’m still trying to figure out why jake tapper is on yw under a fake name as jack.March 11, 2021 10:10 pm at 10:10 pm #1956474
A medical observation: there are several esteemed CR mebers who have enormous erudition and chesed in some aspects – some in Midrashim, others in Science, but then fall to pretty generic unsupported statements when Pres Trump’s shadow appears in the topic. We should stop worrying about long COVID and start worrying about, lo aleinu, long TDS. Refuah Shleimah.March 14, 2021 5:31 pm at 5:31 pm #1957067
“Nothing makes it look like you encourage anti-semitism more than having jewish grandchildren and supporting the jewish state.”
Both Trump and Biden have Jewish grandchildren. Trump spouts old anti-Semitic Jewish memes that he clearly believes, even though he doesn’t seem to personally hate Jews. But Mussolini didn’t personally hate Jews, either. Trump also says nice things about anti-Semites, and even lies about them at times, such as when he claimed that he didn’t know who David Duke is. Biden doesn’t spout anti-Semitic memes, period.March 14, 2021 5:36 pm at 5:36 pm #1957070
“For religious assemblies, both small and large, having a place to gather for worship and carry out other religious activities is fundamental.”
That acutally isn’t true al pi halachah.March 14, 2021 5:37 pm at 5:37 pm #1957069
“your perception that Trump encouraged anti-Semitism”
Trump definitely encouraged anti-Semitism. That is not my perception, that is fact.
He endorsed a neo-Nazi, Paul Nehlen, in a congressional primary. That even a single Jew could support Trump after that shows that Trump Jews have interests other than those of the Jewish people as primary.
He came before the Republican Jewish Coalition and spouted meme after meme. Quotes: “Is there anybody that doesn’t renegotiate deals in this room? This room negotiates them – perhaps more than any other room I’ve ever spoken in.” and “You’re not gonna support me because I don’t want your money. You want to control your politicians, that’s fine.” At a later Republican Jewish Coaltion event he would refer to Benjamin Netanyahu as “your prime minister”. (Well I wish we did have Netanyahu as the US head of government rather than Trump, as Netanyahu has about 40 more IQ points and did a great job on COVID-19, unlike the venal Trump.} These are exactly the same memes for which Ilhan Omar correctly gets called out for anti-Semitism. Anyone calling out Omar but supporting Trump is a hypocrite whose interest is other than fighting anti-Semitism.
Trump said that “very fine people” marched with Nazis in Charlottesville. Absolutely no excuse for that. Unequivocably condemning Nazis should be the easist political position to take, but Trump had to make it like he was looking to get supporters on both sides. (Note that both David Duke and Louis Farrakhan had supported Trump in 2016. Three hatemongers — all birds of a feather.)
Trump isn’t the kind of anti-Semite who would ever shoot up a synagogue. No Trump supporter has ever done that. But he is the kind of anti-Semite who fans the flames of hate, including anti-Semitism, and that is what most of Europe was like in the 19th century. The 20th century followed.
🙁March 14, 2021 5:48 pm at 5:48 pm #1957081
charlie >>Well I wish we did have Netanyahu as the US head of government
Charlie, you understand, of course, that were you to live in Israel and have similar political views to the ones you have now – you would be cursing Bibi left and right and explaining why he did not do anything to get vaccines, they appeared by themselves. Maybe thinking this over could make you think about hidden biases that diminish our thinking abilities.March 14, 2021 6:15 pm at 6:15 pm #1957080🍫Syag LchochmaParticipant
Charlie – why do you fear anti semitism? I am confused about why you speak in trepidation about jews being physically at risk and yet you tout and support a movement that put jews and judaism at spiritual tisk. Don’t you realize that it is you who is more dangerous?March 14, 2021 6:15 pm at 6:15 pm #1957085
@Charlie Hall “That acutally isn’t true al pi halachah.”
For a guy who’s so called Rabbi ordains women I would hardly take anything you say at face value when you say its not al pi halachah.
Anyway what happened to dina demalchosa that you always quoteMarch 14, 2021 7:09 pm at 7:09 pm #1957104
>He endorsed a neo-Nazi, Paul Nehlen, in a congressional primary. That even a single Jew could support Trump after that shows that Trump Jews have interests other than those of the Jewish people as primary.<
Biden restarted funding for the PA that funds the families of terrorist who killed jews. That even a single Jew could support Biden after that shows that Biden Jews have interests other than those of the Jewish people and the jewish state as primary.
(I don’t believe the above comment, but you should)
>Trump said that “very fine people” marched with Nazis in Charlottesville.<
There were normal people who opposed the removing of a statue in their town.
Should the fact that Neo-Nazi’s opposed it too make them not oppose it? I don’t understand why.
>Unequivocably condemning Nazis should be the easist political position to take<
Should he have said something like “the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists. They should be condemned totally.”?
>Note that both David Duke and Louis Farrakhan had supported Trump in 2016. Three hatemongers — all birds of a feather.<
Do you agree with every Biden supporter? Do you think he is comparable to them?
Look @charliehall, I know you fear the Alt-right, we all do.
But most sane people fear the extreme left more and for a good reason:
The left is stronger and is growing with alarming speed.March 14, 2021 7:11 pm at 7:11 pm #1957105
>Well I wish we did have Netanyahu as the US head of government rather than Trump, as Netanyahu has about 40 more IQ points and did a great job on COVID-19, unlike the venal Trump.<
I wish you did have him on Covid and he left us alone.
Israel’s Covid strategy – besides the vaccines which he deserves credit for – was simply put; horrible.
In Israel masks are still mandatory for no reason at all.March 14, 2021 11:45 pm at 11:45 pm #1957190☕️coffee addictParticipant
I don’t understand the comments saying merrick garland will stop anti Semitism when there was a basketball player that said anti Semitic statements and garland didn’t do anything (granted the nba did, but the statement above was about garland)March 15, 2021 12:14 am at 12:14 am #1957198
>> Israel’s Covid strategy – besides the vaccines which he deserves credit for – was simply put;
So, for those in US who feel slighted that Americans did not give Trump credit for vaccines, here is Bibi who vaccinated more than anyone in the world short of a Rock of Gibraltar – still not good enough for Israelis…March 15, 2021 6:07 am at 6:07 am #1957256
>So, for those in US who feel slighted that Americans did not give Trump credit for vaccines, here is Bibi who vaccinated more than anyone in the world short of a Rock of Gibraltar – still not good enough for Israelis…<
Did you actually read my post?
Bibi turned into a dictator over Covid, his restrictions were worse than Cuomo’s. The guy still has the chutzpa to threaten us with more lockdowns.March 15, 2021 11:05 am at 11:05 am #1957330
MadeAliyah – I understood exactly what you are saying. And I am pointing out your lack of appreciation. Whole world has 10-20% of the country vaccinated, where Israel is alsmot fully vaccinated. No, you are inconvenienced by lockdowns.March 15, 2021 1:21 pm at 1:21 pm #1957385
>MadeAliyah – I understood exactly what you are saying. And I am pointing out your lack of appreciation. Whole world has 10-20% of the country vaccinated, where Israel is alsmot fully vaccinated. No, you are inconvenienced by lockdowns.<
I, among many others, lost a job thanks to his terrible policies. So please excuse my lack of overwhelming gratitude for this ‘helicopter prime minister’.March 15, 2021 3:40 pm at 3:40 pm #1957419☕️coffee addictParticipant
Always ask questions,
Florida didn’t lock down as much as New York (to put it lightly) yet have less deaths
Sweden didn’t lock down and their deaths didn’t skyrocketMarch 15, 2021 4:08 pm at 4:08 pm #1957421torahvaluesoverpartyParticipant
Wow charlie, you are really gutsy, going back to the Charlottesville Lie as bold faced as you just did? Wow…March 15, 2021 7:51 pm at 7:51 pm #1957484
TVOP -“Wow charlie, you are really gutsy, going back to the Charlottesville Lie as bold faced as you just did? Wow…”
When your values and politics don’t jive with the Truth, you can always get your point across by Lying!March 15, 2021 7:52 pm at 7:52 pm #1957486
>> I, among many others, lost a job thanks to his terrible policies.
I don’t want to take your suffering likely, but the whole world is suffering. Israeli GDP for 2020 is -6% on par with other developed countries (Norway -3, Poland/US/Finland -4, Sweden/Turkey -5, Germany -6, UK/France/Italy/Greece -10, Spain -12). Given Israeli international connections, it is not bad.
2021 IMF forecast for Israel is +5, getting back to where you were. Out of all countries listed above, seems like only Poland will be +1 after 2 years. A couple of countries Norway, Turkey will be at 0, US and many others at -1. Those who were -10 in 2020, will be -3 to -5 after 2 years …
I know the numbers do not bring you food immediately and there are might be various social factors that can make life difficult, not reflected in GDP, but still you can see that Bibi did not mismanage the economy.March 15, 2021 8:21 pm at 8:21 pm #1957500
coffee >> Sweden didn’t lock down and their deaths didn’t skyrocket
Sweden indeed has indeed death rate average per EU, a but also GDP decrease 5%, so their slow down is a little more than US. As you say in other threads “you have to be there” to analyze specific policies. for example, Swedish secondary class has 22 students, Israeli – 28. Israeli area per student seems to be also 50% less.October 27, 2021 4:10 pm at 4:10 pm #2021519
the “chuvever” Mr. Garland, from Chicago and einikle of a litvak was just put thru the grinder bythe Senate for his memo calling parents who disagreed with a school board terroristOctober 27, 2021 5:28 pm at 5:28 pm #2021558October 27, 2021 5:33 pm at 5:33 pm #2021567
At least he doesn’t consistently commit perjury like the last AG.October 27, 2021 5:57 pm at 5:57 pm #2021583
he did todayOctober 27, 2021 7:56 pm at 7:56 pm #2021613
Oh Jackk -“At least he doesn’t consistently commit perjury like the last AG.”
I listened to the video on YWN.
All he kept doing was denying his memo.
My question is – when Cotton brought up the letter from some AG that we should prosecute Parents for Domestic Terrorism, if that wasn’t from Garland, Garland should have immediately Fired him and possibly prosecuted him for Violating the First amendment.
So now we have another First AG who’s going after people for Not going with the DemonCrat flow of sick Liberalism!
Because this all started with No Gender Separation, where a young Girl was Raped in a bathroom by a Trans. in Virginia.
Only the LGBT++ have rights, no one else, in the New Woke US of A!October 27, 2021 9:53 pm at 9:53 pm #2021743
He never denied his memo or the news release for the memo.
(Did you read the memo?)
Even the NSBA that wrote the original letter to DOJ did not retract, merely apologized for the language used.
Tom Cotton, the traitor to the US , of January 6th fame , was completely destroyed by Merrick Garland’s simple straightforward answers.
Since he couldn’t faze him on the memo or the news release for the memo, he tried to sidetrack him about a document written by someone else. That’s definitely a sign that you have nothing.
Cotton is a lowlife playing to the cameras. Barely let’s him answer.
We have an AG who is going after people who break the law.
Read the memo.
That is his job.
I am just sorry that Tom Cotton isn’t in jail yet.October 28, 2021 12:28 am at 12:28 am #2021788
Oh Jackk -” he tried to sidetrack him about a document written by someone else. That’s definitely a sign that you have nothing.”
What you don’t understand or what you are trying to manipulate e/o here is very simple.
That document was from a US Attorney.
I’ll repeat it -” when Cotton brought up the letter from some AG that we should prosecute Parents for Domestic Terrorism, if that wasn’t from Garland, Garland should have immediately Fired him and possibly prosecuted him for Violating the First amendment.”
Anyone with a brain knows a US Attorney doesn’t do anything if it isn’t sanctioned from above. That means it came from the AG Garland.
He’s not stupid enough to not deny it.
If he would admit it, he could be prosecuted or be subjected to a lawsuit.
I think that this is just the beginning.
I think Garland’s Goose is Cooked!
These DemonCrats think that they can do whatever they want.
Just like any Dictatorship.
But Hashem put Trump in & he put in a Conservative SCOTUS.
It will first be Garland and then the Rest of these Political DemonCrats!
SCOTUS will stop them from Stepping on the Bill of Rights!October 28, 2021 9:13 am at 9:13 am #2021814
You don’t understand.
There is no letter from any US Attorney that says that parents should be prosecuted for Domestic Terrorism for showing up at meetings and expressing their opinion.
If you heard the exchange posted on YWN you would know that.
It is for threatening School Board officials and harassing them
Tom needed a sound bite for Fox news and Right Wing Media and they got it.
Garland’s turkey is being cooked for thanksgiving.
He is an excellent AG who does not do the exclusive will of the President but of US Laws.
Bill Barr was owned by TRUMP. Jeff Sessions was owned by TRUMP.
TRUMP as a DICTATOR tried to stay in office after losing an election. Much to TRUMP’S surprise , Bill Barr told him to jump in the lake and quit.
Here is a statement from Tom that I totally agree with:
“Those who attacked the Capitol today should face the full extent of federal law. ”October 28, 2021 2:13 pm at 2:13 pm #2021969
Oh Jackk -“There is no letter from any US Attorney that says that parents should be prosecuted for Domestic Terrorism for showing up at meetings and expressing their opinion.”
How do you know that? I certainly don’t.
I’d appreciate if YWN would post a copy of the letter here.
“It is for threatening School Board officials and harassing them”
Even if you’re right. All cases like this are handled on the State level, Not the Federal level.
Like I said this needs further investigation, to see if the Justice Department is violating the Constitution.
“Here is a statement from Tom that I totally agree with:
“Those who attacked the Capitol today should face the full extent of federal law.”
Well he’s on the money. He believes in the Constitution.
I’m still waiting to hear from any DemonCrat Politican about Federal prosecution for all the attacks on Federal property by the Left Wing mobs, during 2020 & 2021.
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