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The Obscene Narrative: ACLU Staff Attorney blames ‘Christian right,’ GOP for Orlando massacre

“You know what is gross — your thoughts and prayers and Islamophobia after you created this anti-queer climate,” ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio tweeted on Sunday morning. Does the illustrious Strangio actually believe that Omar Mateen was incited to commit mass murder in the gay nightclub in Orlando by an “anti-queer climate” created by Christian conservatives? He probably does, since, as a Leftist, he knows that non-Muslims are always and everywhere to blame for atrocities that Muslims commit.

Chase Strangio

Chase Strangio

“ACLU lawyers blame ‘Christian right,’ GOP for Orlando terrorist attack,” by Joel Gehrke, Washington Examiner, June 12, 2016:

Christian conservatives are responsible for the mass shooting at a gay bar in Orlando because they “created this anti-queer climate,” according to American Civil Liberties Union attorneys.

“You know what is gross — your thoughts and prayers and Islamophobia after you created this anti-queer climate,” ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio tweeted on Sunday morning.

About 50 people were killed last night by Omar Mateen, a U.S. citizen born to Afghan parents suspected to have “leanings toward extreme Islamic ideologies.” The FBI is investigating the attack as a “domestic terror incident.”

But Strangio — who “spend[s his] life fighting Christian homophobia while being loved & supported by [his] Muslim family” — and his colleagues connected the shooting back to Christians and Republican politicians who oppose gay marriage. “The Christian Right has introduced 200 anti-LGBT bills in the last six months and people blaming Islam for this,” Strangio tweeted. “No.”

Another ACLU attorney who specializes in religious liberty issues scolded Republican lawmakers who tweeted out their condolences. “Remember when you co-sponsored extreme, anti-LGBT First Amendment Defense Act?” the ACLU’s Eunice Rho tweetedat Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., and other Republicans,

House Speaker Paul Ryan was careful not to jump to conclusions about the attacker on Sunday morning. “We pray for those brutally attacked in Orlando,” Ryan tweeted. “While we must learn more about the attacker, the victims & families will not be forgotten.”…

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ACLU accuses Florida Sheriff of writing too many seat belt tickets against blacks

I recently read an article in the Pensacola News Journal regarding how racist the Escambia County Sheriffs Office (ECSO) acts in regard to black folks getting more seat belt tickets than white folks.

All this according to the American Civil Liberties Union Florida (ACLU-FL) after a massive investigation led by ACLU-FL cheer leader Sara Latshaw the “Director of the Northwest Florida region” as she reported her findings. Latshaw is a Pensacola resident.

Actually Latshaw is more concerned with setting up a lesbian and gay groups in local high schools like Niceville High than allowing kids to pray, a right guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. But that’s another story.

We must remember that it was Roger Nash Baldwin and Crystal Catherine Eastman who founded the ACLU in 1920 along with three other organizations dedicated to Communist causes. Baldwin openly sought the “utter destruction of American society.” His words.

Fifteen years after founding the ACLU, Baldwin wrote:

I am for Socialism, disarmament and ultimately, for the abolishing of the State itself … I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.

Crystal Eastman wrote:

I would not have a woman go to Congress merely because she is a woman.

Back to the seat belt fiasco. So in May of 2009 Charlie Crist the former Republican and former Governor of Florida signed into law a bill co-sponsored by Sen. Nan Rich, D-Weston, and Rep. Rich Glorioso, R-Plant City, Florida statute 316.614: Safety belt usage.

Charlie tells the cops write everyone up not wearing a seat belt. Lets raise some capital for cash strapped Florida. Besides that, Crist also signed into law the largest tax increase in Florida history and doubled the price of car tags and licenses while forcing Floridian’s to get state permission to fish on the beach. But that’s another story.

So now we as Floridians, inside the comfort of our own car, do not have a choice as we are forced by former Governor Charlie Crist, who is now a Democrat, to buckle up. Its the nanny state mentality. Most Americans routinely put on their seat belts and it saves lives, but now we must all abide by the Florida state statutes.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration seat belts save over 12,000 lives every year:

My question was this. If Charlie Crist was so concerned about saving lives why does he support abortion? But that’s yet another story.

So now we have the ACLU telling the Pensacola News Journal blacks are being unfairly ticketed for not wearing seat belts.

Hmmm. Perhaps blacks are getting pulled over BECAUSE in accordance to Florida Statute 316.614 they are not wearing their seat belts. Can you imagine that? No way!

Maybe white folks who are getting tickets for not wearing seat belts are faking it. When white Floridians or tourists get pulled over they deliberately unbuckle themselves just to get the seat belt ticket to be fair to black folks.

Now the ACLU wants the Florida Attorney General’s Office to investigate, as a civil rights violation, why black folks are getting more tickets for not wearing seat belts than whites.

What if white and black folks both buckled up!  This would solve the issue. Or even better abolish the law and let people make up their own mind about buckling up?

The Communists in the ACLU use every avenue to bait the police and play the race card to divide this nation and to drive home their Communist agenda. Why the ACLU even brought in outside social scientists to make sure they were not missing anything in this seat belt investigation. I wonder what it looks like to see a social scientist sitting in a cubicle studying a seat belt infraction?

What a joke. Perhaps all the black police officer friends of mine (great and brave Americans) who write the seat belt tickets in the Escambia County sheriffs Office are feeling mighty insulted by the efforts of Sara Latshaw to call them racists.

Buckle up! It’s the law.

NOTE:

Copy to my friends at the Escambia County Sheriffs Office
Copy to Governor Scott.
Copy to the ACLU Communists in Florida

Panhandling is the new normal in the City of Sarasota, Florida

Christian Ziegler wrote in an email, “It’s a true shame to see the City of Sarasota, at the expense of our tourism, local economy & city’s image, bow down to the ACLU in order to avoid a possible lawsuit.”

“As a person who works in and frequents downtown Sarasota on a daily basis, I have personally witnessed the spike in vagrant activity since the City Commission began taking away the tools that the local police use to fight the issue. I believe this is an issue the City Commission and local police should stand tough & work together to fight, not give-in, even if the city is being threatened by a lawsuit from the ACLU!” states Ziegler.

Ziegler has received hundreds of responses to his email, most supportive. The following are from City of Sarasota residents:

Mr. Ziegler,

I have more than just a single reason to move away from our beautiful Sarasota, and if I were younger I would stay and fight the ACLU, and get the bums out of our library. I was so turned off by the street people being allowed to wander around inside the library last summer that I began plans to move that same day. Sarasota is a beautiful city, but it needs some tough new leadership, and right now the wishy washy look the other way is not helping anybody. A shame for such an otherwise beautiful city to be headed to hell in a hand basket. I had planned to be here until I die, but now will die in Colorado instead. I am moving there into a home I just bought. 

Respectfully,

Dear Christian,

I own a small business and work downtown too. I avoid certain streets because I know they are hangout spots for vagrants. I used to walk to the post office to drop off any mailings, I don’t anymore.

I am very disappointed in our city’s commission poor decision, inability to stand up for our citizens over a counter culture that brings our city down, and they have made a mockery of our police department. I’ve watched these vagrants approach diners and ask for food or money at Cie La Vie. Okay so they have rights and freedom of speech. What about OUR rights as business owners, citizens and visitors?

There are numerous programs already in place in Sarasota where they can get assistance. These people that hangout in the parks all day do not want help. They are fine with the station they have assumed and this is their lifestyle. They know that they can now keep doing what they are doing and not get hassled. And now more will come.

I know where my vote is going March 12th and it will not be a liberal.

Thank you,

Lee Williams from the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reports, “The City of Sarasota and the American Civil Liberties Union have signed a consent decree that stops police from “interfering with the exercise of First Amendment rights” when dealing with the homeless. The decree, a 60-day injunction, prohibits police from interfering with panhandlers — someone standing on a sidewalk soliciting assistance — unless they impede traffic, pedestrians or create an unsafe situation.”

Panhandlers are becoming more viable and aggressive within the City of Sarasota. Citizens have complained and yet the current City Commissioners have decided that panhandling is a free speech right.

Williams reports, “The consent decree follows the arrest of Jon Hill, a homeless man who was arrested of panhandling on U.S. 301. Hill was injured during his arrest, which he and his attorneys claim was the result of officers slamming his face into a squad car. The arresting officers say he intentionally threw himself forward during a struggle, striking his head on their squad car window.”

Hill spent five days in jail, until the ACLU got him released by filing an emergency petition — a writ of habeas corpus.

This may become a wedge issue in the March 12,  2013 Sarasota City Commission election.

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