Deep Blue Watch: City Pushes Homeless Problem Off On Private Property Owners

The DEEP blue city of portland are reportedly planning on having private property owners fork overland to the homeless for ‘rest areas’.  If that isn’t concerning enough, the move doesn’t draw the line on how far these private owners will have to go to accommodate the homeless population. The requirement can be read a number of ways, according to DailyWire, but at least one member of the Portland planning and sustainability commission was clear to local reporters that the requirement is to the benefit of the city’s “unhoused,” who are often kicked off of private property for loitering, sleeping, or camping — as is (typically) a private property owner’s right. “Just one of the realities of Portland right now is that we have a lot of folks who are unhoused who benefit from some of these spaces that provide weather protection,” she said when introducing the idea at a recent[…]

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Terrorists Murder 24 At Christian Church In Africa, Many More Wounded, Kidnapped

Armed terrorists stormed a Christian church in Burkina Faso on Sunday and murdered 24 people, including the pastor of the church, while injuring approximately a dozen more and kidnapping an undisclosed number of people. “It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the attack, which comes as jihadist groups with links to al Qaeda and Islamic State seek to gain control over once peaceful rural Burkina Faso, fuelling ethnic and religious conflict,” Reuters reported. “The timing of the shooting, during a church service in the village of Pansi in the Yagha region, mirrors that of other attacks on Christians in the past year, including church attacks and assassinations of pastors and priests.” Corinne Dufka, the region’s director for Human Rights Watch, told the Associated Press: “Perpetrators use victims’ links to government or their faith to justify the killings, while others appear to be reprisal killings for killings by the[…]

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WATCH: Conway Blasts Bloomberg Over ‘Stop And Frisk’; Chris Wallace Quotes Trump Saying It Had ‘Tremendous Impact’

On Sunday, White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on “Fox News Sunday” with host Chris Wallace. During the segment, Wallace asked Conway about 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and billionaire Michael Bloomberg. “There’s been a war of words over the past week certainly between the president and former New York City –” Wallace said before Conway interjected, saying: The war of words is between Michael Bloomberg and the African American community. The way he feels about people is so demeaning. The policy may have been “Stop and Frisk,” but the philosophy was to castigate and denigrate people of color, and it’s a disgrace. Wallace jumped in, saying, “You’ve anticipated where we’re going to go because one of the statements back and forth had to do with these these comments that Michael Bloomberg made about Stop and Frisk in 2015.” Wallace then played a recently released audio clip in which Bloomberg talks[…]

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14-Year-Old Arrested And Charged In Tessa Majors Murder Investigation

At around 7 p.m. on December 11, 2019, Barnard College student Tessa Majors, 18, was walking through Morningside Park in Manhattan when she was accosted and then repeatedly stabbed. Majors was reportedly able to make her way to street level, where a security officer then called 911. She was taken to a local hospital, where she later passed away. NBC News reports that according to a criminal complaint, security footage from the evening of the murder shows Majors entering the park from one entrance and three suspects entering from another. The suspects were initially following a male before he apparently exited the vicinity. The suspects then came upon Majors, and stood around her. Following a brief interlude where the presence of a nearby male reportedly led to them “walk[ing] away,” the suspects engaged with Majors. “Video shows Majors struggling with the teens before breaking free and stumbling up the stairs,”[…]

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