St Louis police assault an elderly woman for protesting the St Louis police

Watch St. Louis’ finest Goosestep through a little old lady then march right over top of her to stop those pesky leftists who think St. Louis’ finest aren’t so fine. Then a small woman simply tries to help the little old lady and she gets Goosestepped on and kicked a few times for her leftist leanings. Eventually a couple of St. Louis’s finest yank the little old lady up off the pavement and shove her back toward some other waiting cops for processing I guess. Or maybe questioning.

Watch as St. Louis’ finest handcuff a little old lady and drag her off after assaulting her in broad daylight at a police brutality protest.

Anybody else want to move to St. Louis?

See what you get when you hire Baghdad’s finest and send em down to Tel Aviv for “training”?

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Trump Supporters Being Told They Support Obama’s DACA Plan After All

by Scott Creighton

How many times have you seen a report on Fox or CNN talking about how Trump supporters SUPPORT his flip-flop on DACA? Here’s another one.

Donald Trump’s tough talk on illegal immigration was a big part of the reason Dave Hagstrom and many others in this booming Phoenix suburb supported him for president. “Walls make good neighbors,” Hagstrom said.

So when the president moved this week to cut a deal — with Democrats no less — to block the expulsion of 800,000 immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children, was Hagstrom disappointed?

Not at all.

“If you were to deport them, where would they go?” Hagstrom, 60, a car-warranty manager, asked on his way to a Bible-study dinner at an upscale shopping mall. “To send them across the border would be inhumane almost. There’s no life for them there.” LA Times

Big Business likes cheap labor that enjoys no workers’ protections. And Big Business tells the press what to write. So it’s not surprising they have decided to instruct Trump’s base that they too support the Dream Act provision of the 2007 Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill they have opposed since neoliberal neocons proposed it 10 or 11 years ago. And they damn sure opposed it when neoliberal centrist Obama proposed it 6 years ago.

Now all of a sudden we are supposed to believe everyone who opposed allowing Big Business to keep their 800,000 young slaves has changed their minds… because they think it would be “inhumane” to send them back to their country of origin since there is “no life” in Mexico.

Uh… yeah. Right.

This is just another example of what Mika B. was talking about a couple months ago when she said it was their job to “control what people think”

They figure if they tell Trump supporters enough times that OTHER Trump supporters back the president’s flip-flop and his siding up with corporate Dems to keep the 800,000 illegal immigrants in the country working on the cheap for Big Business, then eventually they will start to believe it.

You keep watching the news. That’s the trend now, the talking point memo they have all received. “Tell your viewers Trump supporters BACK his flip-flop and his working with the centrist Dems”

It’s not true, but I guess they think they can speak it into reality just like they figured they could speak Killary into the White House.

They still haven’t learned shit have they?

House goes to court to protect secrecy of records

(The neoliberal neocons and the neoliberal “centrist” Dems are joining forces to push for more secrecy as they move to neoliberalize the nation.)

from Politico

An effort to fight a FOIA lawsuit for proposals on health care reform wins bipartisan backing.

The House of Representatives is taking legal action to make sure that federal agencies don’t release congressional records to the public through the Freedom of Information Act.

The move, which came Friday evening in a lawsuit demanding access to discussions about health care reform between the Trump administration and Congress, threatens to cut off a mechanism liberal watchdog groups were using to gain insight into closed-door negotiations on a variety of policy issues.

In legal papers filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, House General Counsel Thomas Hungar said the move to protect congressional correspondence was authorized by a House body known as the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group. While the panel of top House leaders has divided in the past on sensitive issues, Hungar wrote that they “voted unanimously to authorize this intervention … to protect the institutional interests of the House.”…

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