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August 1, 2019

Mr. Hunkie Mario Lopez Thinks Transexual Parents Put Their Children in Danger...WHy?


The worse thing about people that spend their lives trying to match their underwear to their socks is that usually they (He)don't have the time to study complex issues but that did not stop Mario Lopez. It doesn't matter who he hurts his unbaked opinion goes out to the media. Just because I and my readers are nice people we won't tell Trump he in a migrant worker and have ICE ring the bell?.....But Have a feeling he might be a Trumpie who opens the old check book to the Orange-Man💥

Mario Lopez claims that parents who allow their children to live according to their self-identified genders are setting a “dangerous” example.
Lopez, a father of three, shared his opinions during a June interview on The Candace Owens Show, a PragerU video series hosted by the 30-year-old conservative figure, but the clips have only recently caught Twitter’s attention.




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During the 40-minute interview, Owens brought up the “weird trend” in Hollywood that have celebrities like Charlize Theron taking cues from their children as to how they identify. In April, the Long Shot actress revealed that her 7-year-old child Jackson did not identify as a boy.
“Yes, I thought she was a boy, too,” Theron told the Daily Mail. “Until she looked at me when she was 3 years old and said, ‘I am not a boy!'”
Owens told the new Access Hollywood host, “A lot of weird trends come out of Hollywood and one of the weirder ones, for me, is this new trend where celebrities are coming out — and I know Charlize Theron did this a few weeks ago — is saying that their child is picking their gender. And this is strange to me, and they say, ‘Oh, I looked at my child and my child was swimming in a bathtub and looked up and said, “Mommy, I’m a boy’” and that’s weird ...”




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Owens added that her experience as a nanny has convinced her that children don’t always mean what they say, explaining “I am trying to understand this new Hollywood mentality where they just think their children now have the mental authority.”
“I am trying to understand it myself, and please don’t lump me into that whole [group],” Lopez responded. “I’m kind of blown away too. Look, I’m never one to tell anyone how to parent their kids obviously and I think if you come from a place of love, you really can’t go wrong but at the same time, my God, if you're 3 years old and you’re saying you’re feeling a certain way or you think you’re a boy or a girl or whatever the case may be, I just think it's dangerous as a parent to make this determination then, well, OK, then you’re going to a boy or a girl, whatever the case may be ... It's sort of alarming and my gosh, I just think about the repercussions later on.”
He added, “When you’re a kid ... you don’t know anything about sexuality yet. You’re just a kid.”
After Owens said that parents who support their children in this way are narcissists showing off their tolerance, Lopez responded, “I think parents need to allow their kids to be kids but at the same time, you gotta be the adult in the situation. Pause with that and — I think the formative years is when you start having those discussions and really start making these declarations,” he said, adding air quotes.
The commentary didn’t earn Lopez any new fans on Twitter.

September 13, 2018

No Water in Puerto Rico Meanwhile FEMA Forgot They Had 20,000 Pallets of Battled Water Stacked Away




20,000 pallets of bottled water left untouched in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico

By Bill Weir, CNN

Ceiba, Puerto Rico (CNN)The stockpile of bottled water stretches down an unused runway in Ceiba. Case after case, pallet piled upon pallet, blue tarps and plastic glinting in the sun. 
The emergency supplies were brought in by FEMA in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which smashed the island and left its residents without power, without roofs and without running water. 
Federal officials commandeered the area in the far east of the island last fall as a staging ground, collecting the water and containers full of blue tarps to patch damaged and destroyed roofs in surrounding neighborhoods. 
And there the supplies sat. And sat. Storm survivors were collecting spring water from the mountains for cooking and bathing, even with the threat of disease that brought

 Without running water at home, many people resorted to collecting supplies from mountain springs and streams, as here in Las Marias last October.

The water -- destined for communities in need -- will now be returned to FEMA, an official says.

    August 17, 2018

    Man’s application rejected as authorities say he did not walk, dress or act like he was gay


     Refugees, mostly from Syria and Afghanistan, at the Westbahnhof train station in Vienna in September 2015. Photograph:   Christoph Schlessmann/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
    Refugees, mostly from Syria and Afghanistan, at the Westbahnhof train station in Vienna in September 2015. Photograph: Christoph Schlessmann/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
    This story appeared on the Irish Times and written Derek Scally 
    An Afghan man seeking asylum in Austria because he is homosexual has had his application rejected because he didn’t appear sufficiently gay for the migration authorities.
    The 18-year-old man sought refugee status in 2016 because he said he faced persecution in Afghanistan. The application was refused because, in the words of the official, “neither your walk, your affectations nor your clothes give even the slightest indication that you could be homosexual”.
    The asylum case-worker noted that the man, who was living in a hostel with other underage migrants, had been involved in fights, indicating “a potential for aggression . . . that would not be expected from a homosexual”.
    Other reports from the hostel suggested the young man preferred small groups or his own company, prompting the official to ask: “Are homosexuals not more the sociable type?” A gay loner, the report adds, is not behaviour that “fits with an alleged homosexual”.
    The official goes on to dismiss as “completely unthinkable” his claims that non-homosexual youths could have kissed him. “If you had really done that with a non-homosexual youth, then you would have received a terrible beating.” 
    Finally, the official dismissed a claim the Afghan asylum applicant felt drawn to his own sex from the age of 12.
    “In an under-sexualised society like Afghanistan, in which there are no public sexual allurements through fashion and advertising, it is not very likely to have been ‘sexualised’ so young.”
    The final ruling of the official: “You are not homosexual and, on your return to Afghanistan, have nothing to fear.”

    Taboo

    Homosexuality in Afghanistan is largely taboo and often linked with prostitution and paedophilia. After their takeover, the Taliban criminalised all non-heterosexual relationships outside marriage and executed in public men and women accused of adultery and same-sex acts. 
    After the American invasion in 2001, a handbook for US marines noted that “homosexual behaviour is relatively common, but taboo, in rural Afghanistan, because there are no other outlets for normal sexual energies”. European and Austrian courts have ruled that homosexuality can be a legitimate reason for asylum if returning a gay man or lesbian to their homeland meant they faced likely persecution.
    Even Austria’s migration authority admits in its 118-page report that bisexuals, homosexuals and transsexuals in Afghanistan face “brutal rejection” by mainstream society.
    NGOs, the report continues, report of gay men being detained, robbed, raped and even killed. But the migration authority ends its report by telling the young man: “you are not homosexual, you just want to trick the authority.”
    Determining homosexuality as grounds for asylum has proven one of the trickiest issues for authorities in Germany and Austria on the front lines of the 2015-2016 migrant surge. But a leading Austrian gay group said on Wednesday that the report, leaked to Vienna’s Falter magazine, was “so filled with prejudice, stereotype and cliche” that it disqualified itself.
    The 18-year-old Afghan man has appealed the decision. The asylum authority is standing firm, saying that “viewed objectively, one cannot assume that the person in question is, in fact, homosexual”.

    March 31, 2018

    David Hogg (Parkland Survivor) Rejects Fox News and Ingrahams' Shallow Apology After Advertisers Began Dropping Her as Damaged Goods





    Laura Ingraham's giving in to her inner feelings and salutes at the RNC

     A student survivor of a Florida high school shooting has brushed aside a Fox News host's apology after she mocked his university rejections.
    Ten companies have said they are pulling ads from Laura Ingraham's programme after 17-year-old David Hogg tweeted a call for a boycott.
    On Wednesday, she accused the activist of whining after he said four colleges had declined his applications.
    He has been a target of online abuse since last month's attack in Parkland. 
    Keeping up the pressure on Friday, David told the New York Daily News: "I would love to see her go."
    He tweeted on Thursday night: "I will only accept your apology only if you denounce the way your network has treated my friends and me in this fight. 
    "It's time to love thy neighbor, not mudsling at children." 
    The teenage activist - who has amassed more than 600,000 Twitter followers since last month's attack - told CNN on Thursday: "She's only apologizing after a third of her advertisers pulled out.
    "I think it's great that corporate America is standing with me and the rest of my friends."  
    He also rejected her invitation to appear on her show and discuss his gun control campaign.
    "I think it's really disgusting, the fact that she basically tried promoting her show after apologizing to me," he told CNN.
    TripAdvisor, Expedia, Hulu, Johnson & Johnson, Office Depot, Jenny Craig, Wayfair, Stich Fix, Nestlé, and Nutrish have said they will withdraw commercials from The Ingraham Angle.
    On Thursday night's show, Ms. Ingraham ignored the boycott.
    Laura Ingraham and David Hogg (right)Republican campaign strategist Steve Schmidt praised the teenager.


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     A student survivor of a Florida high school shooting has brushed aside a Fox News host's apology after she mocked his university rejections.
    Ten companies have said they are pulling ads from Laura Ingraham's programme after 17-year-old David Hogg tweeted a call for a boycott.
    On Wednesday, she accused the activist of whining after he said four colleges had declined his applications.
    He has been a target of online abuse since last month's attack in Parkland. 
    Keeping up the pressure on Friday, David told the New York Daily News: "I would love to see her go."
    He tweeted on Thursday night: "I will only accept your apology only if you denounce the way your network has treated my friends and me in this fight. 
    "It's time to love thy neighbor, not mudsling at children." 
    The teenage activist - who has amassed more than 600,000 Twitter followers since last month's attack - told CNN on Thursday: "She's only apologizing after a third of her advertisers pulled out.
    "I think it's great that corporate America is standing with me and the rest of my friends."


    Soooo @IngrahamAngle what are your biggest advertisers ... Asking for a friend.
    He also rejected her invitation to appear on her show and discuss his gun control campaign.
    "I think it's really disgusting, the fact that she basically tried promoting her show after apologizing to me," he told CNN.
    TripAdvisor, Expedia, Hulu, Johnson & Johnson, Office Depot, Jenny Craig, Wayfair, Stich Fix, Nestlé, and Nutrish announced they would withdraw commercials from the presenter's show, The Ingraham Angle.
    On her Thursday night show, Ms. Ingraham ignored the boycott.
    Republican campaign strategist Steve Schmidt praised David Hogg as fearless. 
    "This kid's not scared," he said. "He's not scared of the NRA. He's not intimidated and scared by Laura Ingraham."
    The furor touched off on Wednesday when Ms. Ingraham posted on Twitter: "David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it."
    David had mentioned to celebrity gossip website TMZ a day earlier that he had been turned away from four colleges in the University of California system.
    A day later - as advertisers joined a boycott - the Fox presenter struck a conciliatory tone by praising David's exam grades.
    "On reflection, in the spirit of Holy Week, I apologize for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of Parkland," she said.
    But a TripAdvisor spokesperson said Ms. Ingraham's original comments "cross the line of decency". 
    Wayfair said, "the decision of an adult to personally criticise a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with our values". 
    "Maybe that's what happens after you've been down range of an AR-15 that kills your classmates and comes close to killing you," Mr. Schmidt told MSNBC, referring to the type of semi-automatic rifle used in the 14 February attack that claimed 17 lives. 
    "You lose all fear. Because this kid's not scared. He's not scared of the NRA. He's not intimidated and scared by Laura Ingraham."
    On Wednesday, Ms. Ingraham posted on Twitter: "David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it."
    David had mentioned to celebrity gossip website TMZ a day earlier that he had been turned away from four colleges in the University of California system.
    On Thursday, the Fox presenter struck a conciliatory tone, praising David's grades.
    "On reflection, in the spirit of Holy Week, I apologize for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of Parkland," she said.
    But a TripAdvisor spokesperson said Ms. Ingraham's original comments "cross the line of decency". 
    Wayfair said, "the decision of an adult to personally criticise a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with our values".
    Reported by the BBC
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