This is some great rhetoric.
This is some great rhetoric.
Joy Villa made quite a splash when she wore a MAGA dress.
Now, not only is she accusing Corey Lewandowski of “sexual assault” but she’s going to run for congress! Oh, and she was also caught on tape sexually assaulting a man in the same way she accused Lewandowski.
Daily Mail: EXCLUSIVE: ‘Joy Villa slapped MY butt – she’s an opportunist playing loose with the truth.’ Pro-Trump singer accusing campaign chief of sex assault seen on video hitting man on rear – and he says she lied that it was consensual
A pro-Trump signer who claims she was sexually assaulted by his campaign manager who ‘slapped her a**’ did the same to a businessman while drinking at a party, the man has told DailyMail.com.
Joy Villa was caught on video slapping George Harris’s rear after saying that she ‘wasn’t afraid to grab them by the p***y’.
The slap was videoed in Las Vegas in September, months before she alleged to police that Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s former campaign manager, sexually assaulted her in the same way.
On Friday Harris, who owns a tequila brand, told DailyMail.com that he had not consented to the attack and accused her of lying that he had when a short clip of the video was published by The Wrap.
In addition to being a hypocrite, she’s apparently a Scientologist too.
Following massive controversy surrounding Scientologist Joy Villa accusing Corey Lewandowski of sexual assault — former members are blasting the singer for not standing up against the abuse within the organization. They also spoke to the Gateway Pundit to debunk claims that she has publicly made about Christianity being compatible with Scientology.
Melissa Paris, a former high-level member turned outspoken advocate against the organization, publicly blasted the singer.
“Does that include all of us Scientologists that were sexually abused in the cadet and sea org? I’m one of those survivors, as is @ChrissieBixler. So do you have our backs or does it not apply to us because you’re a scientologist?” Paris demanded to know, which lead to her being blocked by the potential Congressional candidate.
Villa, a member of the church of Scientology for seven years, has repeatedly claimed that she is Christian and that you can hold that religion while also being a Scientologist. She has explained that this works because Scientology is a philosophy, not a religion, and therefore the two do not interfere.
Villa’s not the first black/POC “conservative” to turn out to be a fake. Maybe people shouldn’t be so quick to jump to support these people simply because they’re not white.
Can this be true? Will our military actually stop playing identity politics?
President Trump announced on Wednesday that the United States will not “accept or allow” transgender people in the United States military, saying American forces “must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory” and could not afford to accommodate them.
Mr. Trump made the surprise declaration in a series of posts on Twitter, saying he had come to the decision after consulting with generals and military experts, whom he did not name.
“After consultation with my generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. military,” Mr. Trump wrote. “Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.”
Costs like paying for their gender reassignment surgery.
Now maybe the military can stop doing other stupid things like forcing soldiers to walk in high heels or letting women on the front lines.
The GOP might be mostly worthless (and possibly traitorous), but we have had a few hopeful developments this week.
President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order doing something unprecedented: establishing as the official policy of the federal government to “protect and preserve State and local control over” our nation’s education system.
You can watch the press conference and official signing of the document online.
President Trump’s executive order also directs U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to review every single regulation, guidance document, or other publication from the U.S. Department of Education to see whether any of them violate laws limiting the federal role in education. The order specifically directs the secretary of education to “rescind or revise” any such regulations or guidance documents “no later than 300 days’ from yesterday…
In recognizing the primacy of these laws [No Child Left Behind & Every Student Succeeds Act], President Trump’s executive order is unique. Past presidents—from both political parties—have often used such directives to increase federal control over various aspects of society, including education. Whenever the federal government increases its role in education, children suffer, as bureaucrats far removed from parents, teachers, and locally elected school boards exert their will over how our students are educated.
The order also singles out the “Common Core State Standards developed under the Common Core State Standards Initiative” as one specific area where state and local control over education has been attacked.
After an eight-year war on faith, President Trump finally called a ceasefire on the conflict started by Barack Obama with an executive order on religious freedom. The measure, which was celebrated in a signing ceremony at the White House, was the fulfillment of one of the most significant promises made by the longshot candidate: “to preserve and protect our religious liberty.” …
Among other things, the directive checks another big box on the White House’s to-do list — lifting the gag order on churches and other nonprofits under the Johnson Amendment. Since the first days of his candidacy, Donald Trump has railed against the 60-year-old piece of tax code that liberals have turned into a club to punish pastors with. For too long, the Left has used the IRS to threaten the charitable status of churches who dared to speak out on the moral issues of the day…
Medical professionals, charities, businesses, and even nuns who’ve suffered under the outrageous mandate of Obamacare will finally have the relief they need to say no to insurance coverage that violates their conscience. After years of court battles, they’ll be free from regulatory harassment of including contraception and abortifacients in their health care plans. But that’s not all the order does. It sets in place a multi-step process that will provide some long-overdue protections by directing the Attorney General Jeff Sessions to develop guidelines for every federal agency to ensure they protect and promote religious freedom. This includes members of our military, who, under the Obama administration, have been systematically silenced and even purged. Men and women like Chaplain Wes Modder (U.S. Navy-Ret.) and Monifa Sterling, who stared down the ends of their careers for their deeply-held beliefs, can finally come out of hiding and live out their faith openly.
Finally, for our friends like Barronelle Stutzman and Don Vander Boon, who’ve suffered for their biblical views on marriage, there’s hope. As President Trump said, “No American should be forced to choose between the dictates of the federal government and the tenets of their faith,” President Trump told those of us gathered in the Rose Garden for today’s ceremony. “We will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bullied or silenced anymore,” the president said. “We will never ever stand for religious discrimination.”
And finally one that might not pan out, but here’s hoping…
By a 217-213 vote, the House advanced the mission the Americans elected them for — defunding the nation’s biggest abortion group and gutting an unsustainable and unconscionable law. Despite almost three months of drama, the GOP managed to pull together a coalition that put the American Health Care Act (AHCA) over the top, fulfilling a major pledge the president’s party has campaigned on since 2010… House leaders have struck a compromise that lowers premiums, boosts freedom, and protects taxpayers and the unborn.
Today’s win was a long time coming for pro-lifers, who watched with revulsion every David Daleiden video detailing the horrors of Cecile Richards’s group. For once, the moral injustice done to taxpayers has a voice: Congress’s. There was the usual phony panic from Planned Parenthood, which insisted that if Congress didn’t send them their usual half-billion taxpayer dollars, women’s health care would cease to exist. (What they didn’t mention is that the money would be redirected to thousands of local health clinics — which, incidentally, haven’t been referred for criminal prosecution.) Not surprisingly, they’ve called the effort to defund their organization a “national scandal.” But honestly, the only real scandal is that America has been funding the group as long as it has!
Let’s hope the Senate follows quickly in the House’s footsteps and sends the AHCA to the desk of the pro-life president we’ve been waiting for. It’s time for Donald Trump to make history and bring our nation closer to the day when all human life is protected under law.
It’s being called the Battle of Berkeley III. On April 15, 2017, another free speech, pro-Trump rally was held, and again the antifa/black bloc showed up to cause trouble. The organizers of the rally had speeches planned and were assured that the Berkeley police would actually do their jobs this time. But first they insisted that the folks attending the rally had to disarm themselves: no pepper spray, no sticks, etc. These law-abiding citizens obeyed. Did the antifa? Heck no. They maced/pepper-sprayed the Trump supporters, threw explosives, large rocks, bricks, glass bottles, used smoke bombs (that terribly back-fired – because wind direction — idiots!).
What did the police do? They retreated and hid in their vans. Way to go law-enforcement (can we even call them that when they don’t enforce laws? or just do so selectively?): promise to protect the marchers, disarm them so they can’t as effectively protect themselves, and then retreat and leave them to the mercy of the antifa when things heat up. It’s speculated that they were given a stand-down order again. Who is giving these orders? I wonder how many of the police agree and how many feel like total jerks for not doing their jobs and watching innocent people, women pepper-sprayed and beat up or guys get serious head wounds from thrown bricks?
Ann Coulter is scheduled to speak at Berkeley on April 27. Shall we expect a Battle of Berkeley IV? Probably. Do you think the Trump supporters will listen this time and disarm themselves? They did pretty well defending themselves and their friends with fists alone, but I’m not sure if an unjust order to disarm has any moral weight or obligation to obey it. At what point does the “law” become such a joke that one is no longer required to obey it?
Lauren Southern attended and spoke at the rally. Here’s her commentary that day:
More from Lauren Southern, discussing with Stephen Molyneux:
The pepper-sprayed marchers were seen cringing in pain as other supporters clad in Trump t-shirts helped them. One man in an army green Trump hat angrily chased a protester with an American flag. Police dogs snapped at the protesters as officers in riot gear yelled at the masked men.
One of the sprayers was one of the men in a black mask according to the Los Angeles Times. The supporters reportedly started punching and kicking the man after the attack.
The violence erupted when the march of about 2,000 people at Bolsa Chica State Beach reached a group of about 30 protesters, some of whom began spraying them, according to Capt. Kevin Pearsall of the California State Parks Police.
Three people were arrested on suspicion of illegal use of pepper spray, he said.
There were several other arrests and two people suffered minor injuries, but Pearsall said he did not immediately have further details.
Trump supporters have learned very quickly to hit back. They’re not going to tolerate being pepper sprayed or letting old people be beat up.
The antifa might have got away with it once or twice or a dozen times, but the people who put up with that last week, may not be so inclined to put up with it again this week or the next or the next. Keep pushing and the pendulum swings. Push hard enough and you may very well have pushed yourself out of a helicopter.
Just listen to what they’re chanting.