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Abigail Hernandez accused of making a terrorist threat on East High School’s Facebook page appears in City Court where she was ordered moved to Monroe County Jail. She had been in federal detention. (Feb. 26, 2018) Tina MacIntyre-Yee

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The Rochester woman detained by authorities and accused of writing a threatening Facebook post appeared Monday morning in City Court.

City Court Judge Stephen Miller on Monday remanded Abigail Hernandez, 21, to the Monroe County Jail until March 15. She is scheduled to return to court on that date.

At a press conference Friday afternoon, the Rochester Police Department announced Hernandez was charged with making a terroristic threat, a felony charge in New York state. She allegedly posted on the East High School Facebook page, on the afternoon of Feb. 15: “I’m coming tomorrow morning and I’m going to shoot all of ya bitches.”

Hernandez was arraigned in City Court last week and was set to be released after her family posted $15,000 bail. But before that could happen, she was detained by immigration authorities and taken to the Buffalo Federal Detention Center in Batavia.

Read: Court documents outline charge against Abigail Hernandez

Hernandez, who was wearing an orange jumpsuit when she entered the courtroom Monday, is considered an undocumented immigrant and is facing deportation as well as the criminal charge.

In court Monday, public defender  Emily Rosmus asked Miller to reimpose a nominal bail, so that Hernandez could be held instead at the Monroe County Jail.  Rosmus said she’d been unable to meet with her client while she was being held by federal authorities.

RAMOS ON INGRAHAM

On Tuesday’s edition of “The Ingraham Angle,” host Laura Ingraham debated Fusion news anchor Jorge Ramos on the merits of two recent court rulings surrounding President Donald Trump’s immigration policy.

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel – a frequent subject of Trump critiques for past rulings from the bench – decided that the White House can proceed with its planned border wall without regard to environmentalists’ concerns.

Ramos said Trump should think differently now about Curiel, who was born in Indiana but is of Mexican ancestry.

He called Trump’s previous comments about Curiel, suggesting possible bias on the judge’s part, as “precisely the definition of racism.”

Ingraham and Ramos also debated whether “illegal immigrant” should be a permissible phrase, as Ramos said no human is “illegal.”

“Let’s cut through all this,” Ingraham responded. “Do you believe in nationhood?”

Ramos said he did, but added that America is “partly responsible” for its illegal immigration problem because it relies on illegal immigrants to work in the agriculture and construction fields.

THE FAKE NEWS MEDIA IS LOSING THE BATTLE, TRUMP IS RISING FAKE NEWS FALLING

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The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove. 

By comparison, President Obama earned 43% approval on this date in the second year of his presidency.

 

“We’re blown away,” Binion said in an interview. Trump, he said, “is very active, very conservative, and very effective.”

What’s more, he said, Trump hasn’t just focused on one agenda area, but he and his team has pushed through administrative moves on foreign policy, deregulation, immigration, tax reform and health care, moves often ignored by the media.

“It is a huge volume that his administration has worked on and it is a huge spectrum of issues,” said Binion.

His report card jibes with one from the West Wing which showed at the end of the year that the administration has scored 81 major achievements slashed at least 11 major legacy items of former President Barack Obama.

Together, the policy wins are adding up to a reelection agenda. “It is absolutely a winning agenda,” said Binion.

Trump very early in his presidency signed reelection papers and on Tuesday he began to set up his reelection team, naming is digital advisor Brad Parscale as his campaign manager.

Heritage has been a partner with Trump and his administration since the transition from the Obama administration.

Their “Mandate for Leadership” was first produced for Reagan in 1981. Reagan handed out a copy of the single book to every cabinet member. For Trump, Heritage produced five books and the president has embraced them.

“He has been very, very active,” said Binion. “He is moving the ball in the conservative direction,” he added.

In Heritage’s review of Trump’s moves so far, they highlighted these actions:

  • Leaving the Paris Climate Accord: In August 2017, Trump announced the U.S. was ending its funding and membership in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
  • Repealing Net Neutrality: In December 2017, Trump’s Federal Communications Commission chairman proposed ending the 2015 network neutrality rules.
  • Reshaping National Monuments: Heritage’s recommendation to prohibit Land Acquisition (Cap and Reduce the Size of the Federal Estate) was adopted by Trump when he issued two executive orders effectively shrinking the size of national monuments in Utah.
  • Reinstating the Mexico City Policy: This executive order prevents taxpayer money from funding international groups involved in abortion and ending funding to the United Nations Population fund. On Jan. 23, 2017, in his first pro-life action, Trump signed an executive order today reinstating the Mexico City Policy.
  • Increasing Military Spending: Trump’s budget calls for a $54 billion increase in military spending to improve capacity, capability, and readiness of America’s armed forces.
  • Reforming Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (TANF): The Trump administration adopted and is in favor of strengthening existing work requirements in order to receive benefits.
  • Allowing Development of Natural Resources: The Trump administration opened off-shore drilling and on federal lands. Executive Order 13783 directed Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to commence federal land coal leasing activities.
  • Reforming Government Agencies: Trump tasked each of his Cabinet secretaries to prepare detailed plans on how they propose to reduce the scope and size of their respective departments while streamlining services and ensuring each department runs more efficiently and handles tax dollars appropriately.
  • Withdrawing from UNESCO: In October 2017, Trump announced he was putting an end to U.S. membership in the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner’s “Washington Secrets” columnist, can be contacted at pbedard@washingtonexaminer.com

LET THE MAN GO -RELEASE SALEH MUSLIM NOW

The Jerusalem Post - Israel NewsThe arrest in a Prague hotel of former Syrian Kurdish PYD (Democratic Union Party) leader Saleh Muslim Muhammad is a test case. Its outcome will establish the extent to which the central role against Islamic State played by Syrian Kurds has accrued some broader political legitimacy for their leadership and organizations.

The former PYD leader, who remains among the most prominent and influential of Syrian Kurdish leaders, is set to appear before a Czech court this week. The Turks are seeking his extradition. If extradited, he will with certainty be convicted and might face incarceration for the rest of his life. Kurdish media are calling his capture the most significant apprehension of a Kurdish leader by the Turks since that of PKK founder and leader Abdullah Ocalan in 1998.
The US built the Syrian Democratic Forces – the main instrument for the defeat of IS in its Syrian heartland – around the YPG. Recent statements by senior US officials have indicated that the US intends to remain committed to its allies in Eastern Syria, and to maintain forces in the part of Syria they control, an area covering some 27% of Syrian territory that includes its main oil and gas fields.

he Syrian Kurds declared the establishment of the “Democratic Federation of Northern Syria” over their area of control in March, 2016.

No Western country has recognized or acknowledged this declaration. The Federation, which is today the governing structure in an area where US forces are located, remains entirely isolated diplomatically, even as its armed forces call in US air strikes and work on a daily basis with American Special Forces.

The ties between the PYD and the PKK are at the root of this. The latter has for the last 34 years been engaged in an insurgency against Turkey, demanding autonomy for the country’s Kurds. It is listed as a terrorist organization by both the US and the European Union. Turkey’s warrant against Saleh Muslim, a non-citizen of Turkey, depicts him as a militant member of the PKK.

The question now is whether the involvement of the PYD with the war against IS has acquired a degree of de facto legitimacy for it in the eyes of the West, even in the absence of formal political recognition.

If so, Western pressure on the Czech Republic will lead almost certainly to Muslim’s release, indicating an embryonic, unspoken political alliance now existing between the Syrian Kurdish leadership and the West. This will produce further fury on the part of NATO-member Turkey’s Islamist and increasingly authoritarian leadership.

The United States must pressure Czech to release Saleh without turning him over to the Turkish Dog Erdogan.

CHINA – THE EXISTENTIAL THREAT FACING THE WORLD

The China syndrome is for real. There are no two ways about it. And it is going to get worse.

THE CHINA SYNDROME

The China Syndrome, the worry that an American nuclear plant meltdown could penetrate the earth’s crust finally ending up in China. A worry to this day. Economically we have seen the reverse, a China economic meltdown, now winding its way through oceans leaving economic woe and devastation in its path. China syndrome.jpg The bottom line here is simple. Over the past twenty years China has accumulated a couple of trillion dollars of our money; shipping slave produced goods to the United States in return they purchased foreign companies worldwide.

Their bounty was spent gobbling up companies across the global board. These included natural resources, manufacturing, biotech, electronic and software. They are today’s elephant in the economic room. China catches a cold, the world catches the flu.

They, that is Corporate China, has one goal in mind; to takeover the world. They are ahead of the plan they set out forty years ago. They have infiltrated country after country, threatened neighbors, broken into computer networks and stolen state secrets. However, our government and corporations have been their lackey. Doing business in China was not a walk in the park, but one kept on a leash; companies weren’t allowed to operate in China without a Chinese partner. This paved the way for them to learn, steal and develop their industries. If they couldn’t hook up with a partner, their corporations which by the way were government owned went on a shopping spree buying foreign entities; most specialized in technology, oil, minerals and finance.

Chinese competition is fierce, no company is safe from their armies of technocrats. Their domain in cellphones alone is worldwide. Their chip companies are to be reckoned with. Their fledgling airline, automobile and defense industries are now scaling up to be a force in the years ahead. America has sold out for pennies only to find out that they now will face the Frankenstein they born. This is not something to laugh at because the ramp up has just begun.

In future years we will face them on land, sea and air. Without the technical know-how we will be in second place. The time to act is now, not tomorrow, not a decade or two from now. We bring you the Spratly Islands as an example of Chinese conquest where no adversary dear threaten them. When dealing with tyrants force is the only language they understand.

DEMOCRAT LIARS COVERING UP FOR MUELLER ON COMEY DESERVED TO BE TRIED FOR SEDITION

TRAITORS, ALL OF THEM ARE TRAITORS. BRING OUT THE ELECTRIC CHAIR

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A top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday that the memo his party released this weekend regarding alleged abuses in the federal government’s Russia investigation proves the so-called Steele dossier was only part of the evidence used to get a critical, court-approved surveillance warrant, disputing Republicans’ argument about the importance of the document.

The memo released Saturday is essentially a rebuttal to the one by Republicans on the GOP-controlled committee that argues the FBI and Justice Department relied on the loosely-vetted dossier to get the warrant on onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

“The application to warrant Carter Page was not based on the Steele dossier,” Connecticut Rep. Jim Himes, the second-ranking Democrat on the committee, (a liberal water carrier for Obama and Clinton) told “Fox News Sunday.” “The dossier was just a small part of the application.”

President Trump, who authorized the release of both parties’ memos, blasted the one by Democrats within minutes of the intelligence committing releasing it.

“The Democrat memo response on government surveillance abuses is a total political and legal BUST,” Trump tweeted. “Just confirms all of the terrible things that were done. SO ILLEGAL!”

And he argued that the Democrats’ memo didn’t challenge a key point in the Republican memo that the Obama administration’s FBI didn’t disclose to the FISA court who paid for the dossier.

“Dem Memo: FBI did not disclose who the clients were — the Clinton Campaign and the DNC. Wow!,” Trump also tweeted.

California GOP Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Intelligence committee, told Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Sunday that people should be “scared” by a political party that says, “Don’t worry American public, it’s OK. We do this all the time, we’re going to go dig up dirt on our opponent, get it from Russians, get it from the Brits and we’re going to take it to the FBI and open up an investigation into another campaign. That’s what the Democratic memo says.”

He also urged the FBI and Justice Department to assure Americans that they would never “use political dirt like this again to go to the FISA court.”

Himes on Sunday also disputed an argument in the GOP memo, released earlier this month, about then-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe telling the committee that his agency wouldn’t have applied for the warrant without the dossier.

“He did not say that a FISA warrant would not have been requested but for the Steele information,” said Himes, who argued that he witnessed the closed-door testimony while Nunes did not.

When pressed by Fox host Chris Wallace about why that point wasn’t in the Democrats’ memo, Himes said McCabe’s testimony was “classified,” but acknowledged that the ex-FBI official said the dossier was indeed “important.”

The congressman also argued that Steele was unaware of who was paying for the opposition research — also known as the “anti-Trump” dossier — that he was compiling.

The Democratic rebuttal said: “In fact, DOJ and the FBI would have been remiss in their duty to protect the country had they not sought a FISA warrant and repeated renewals to conduct temporary surveillance of Carter Page, someone the FBI assessed to be an agent of the Russian government.”

The memo also stated the Page surveillance warrant produced intelligence deemed reliable and sufficient to justify renewals every 90 days, after Republicans questioned in their memo why the FISA court continuously renewed the warrant.

Himes on Sunday also wouldn’t comment on whether the investigations, including the Justice Department one now being led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, would find evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential race.

FILE PHOTO - Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes (R-CA) arrives for the State of the Union address to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. January 30, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

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“I’m not jumping to conclusions as to what the investigations that are not finished yet are going to show,” he said.

But “when you have 20 indictments, some of which are, most of which are, Russian related, let’s just say without trying to prejudice where this investigation is going to go, it’s like you can’t say that there’s absolutely no there there.”

TIME FOR TRUMP TO GO TRUMP

We’ve been waiting for the bombshell to fall, but none has – Mueller has babbled long enough; yeah he has tagged some of Trump’s hanger-ons with petty crimes like fibbing, spitting on the sidewalk and jaywalking, big f’n deal. These minor violations are all he’s got to show for spending so far $50,000,000. If there were any sharks waiting to be lampooned he would have reeled them in by now. What is the next step for Trump?

Constitutional law expert and former Reagan administration official (click) Mark Levin said Americans have been subjected to a “massive propaganda campaign” to protect Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama.  Levin said a new memo from Sens. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) shows a connection between those involved in the dossier and the Hillary Clinton campaign, as well as the Obama State Department. 

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Levin stated in 2013 that “the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated our government” and called President Obama a Muslim Brotherhood “sympathizer”

In February 2015, Levin stated that President Obama of “seeking to destroy Israel” because “Obama has an affinity for Islam far more than Christianity or Judaism.” Levin also blamed Obama for the Ebola crisis, saying “the political policies of this administration which opens the door wide to people from the poorest parts of the world. We don’t know who they are, we don’t know if they have diseases.”

Wiretap claim

In March 2017, Levin alleged that the Obama administration had used “police state” surveillance tactics against the Donald Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election. The Associated Press said that Levin “voiced without evidence the idea that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower”. Levin protested the AP report vigorously, demanding a retraction and an apology on the grounds that his sources for the statement included The New York Times and other newspapers.His statement was reprinted by Breitbart News and reportedly became the basis of President Trump’s unfounded Trump Tower wiretapping allegations. In September 2017, reports emerged of a court-ordered Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) wiretap on Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort; while certain Trump supporters alleged that this surveillance vindicated Levin and Trump’s unsupported assertions, David A. Graham of The Atlantic noted: “This is not true – Trump claimed he had been the subject of Obama-ordered, politically motivated surveillance, for which there remains no evidence.”

“Deep State”

Levin has claimed that there is an-going “coup” occurring against the presidency of Donald Trump waged by Obama loyalists. Levin’s coup claim was referring to investigations of the Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections and of alleged obstruction of justice by Trump. Levin responded that “I’m not arguing to the Trump base. I am making the point that what’s taking place here is coup activity” and that Robert Mueller‘s Grand Jury was trying “to destroy the constitutional system. It is the use of the law to subvert the election.”

Trump must take action now! This folly has gone on long enough.

Obama and company have usurped the legal system in the United States. This is a fact. First of all his team spied on Americans by submitting to the FISA court a false document that was paid for by Hillary “lock her up” Clinton. Why no investigation into the Democrats who have or tried to sabotage the election process. One answer, “Robert Mueller.” What can he do about it? Fire him!

Trump must go Trump, address the nation, lay out the evidence in clear concise language. Present it to the American people. 

Mueller was the head of the FBI when the plan to subvert Trump and the election process took place. It was under his guise that the scheme was rolled out.

Fire Mueller and bring in Christy, fire Sessions and bring in Trey Gowdy. Enough with the amateurs.

ACCESSORY TO MURDER – POLITICALLY CORRECT DEMOCRAT BUREAUCRACY BUNGLED CRUZ INVESTIGATION

HE IS A COWARD“, said President Trump, referring to Deputy Scot Peterson who went AWOL deserting his post resulting in 17 deaths. 

It is obvious that the states with the most egregious heinous crimes are in the hands of Democrats. If they are not, you can rest assured that the education function of most municipalities is union run. After Sandy Hook calls were made for a change in gun laws which were to prevent a crime of the one we just witnessed in Florida. Well folks we have to tell you that they did absolutely nothing – zilch.

How is it that they obviously failed to do what had to be done. No Democrat proposed upping the age to acquire a long rifle or AR-15. No Democrat proposed stricter regulations prohibiting the mentally ill from acquiring firearms. Why are the schools still accessible? How come armed security personnel aren’t utilized? Why no metal detectors upon entrance? How is it that non-students aren’t prohibited from campus grounds? Yes, there are many failures here that we can focus on, but that does no good when 17 of our students have been murdered in a preventable tragedy.

So now is the time for action, no to be Democrat reactive as they always are. As Rahm Emanuel said on numerous occasions.

“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things that you think you could not do before.”

However, we remind you THAT TIME AND TIME AGAIN THEY WASTED OPPORTUNITIES. Why? Because the Democrats are photo-op specialists and do nothing blabbers for the media. The next week all is forgotten. When election time comes they dig the story back up from the grave.

As the debate rages over how to prevent future school shootings, it’s emerged there may have been dozens of opportunities to stop Florida gunman Nikolas Cruz before he killed 17 people last week.

Local law enforcement declined to arrest Cruz on numerous occasions, including two incidents in which he allegedly involving a gun. The FBI failed to follow through on two reports pegging Cruz as a possible school shooter. And Thursday it was revealed a cop on the school campus Cruz targeted chose to hide rather than fight.

Palm Beach County police officers were posted outside the home of disgraced former deputy Scot Peterson on Friday following his resignation a day earlier, after officials – citing surveillance video – said he “never went in” Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while the attack was unfolding.

“He should have went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer,” his ex-boss, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, said after reports emerged Thursday of Peterson’s inaction, prompting widespread outrage.

Ben Bennight said he reported a comment made by user Nikolas Cruz that stated “I’m going to be a professional school shooter.”  (Ben Bennight)

But rewinding the timeline from the moment Cruz burst through the door of the Parkland school on Valentine’s Day, there now appears to be countless instances where law enforcement, academic and medical officials could have stopped the 19-year-old Cruz and spared the lives of the young students and staff killed in one of the country’s deadliest school attacks.

FBI gets two warnings about Cruz, specifically involving the possibility of a school shooting

In a scandal prompting Attorney General Jeff Sessions to order an “immediate review,” the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it received a tip about Cruz the month before the attack, but mishandled the information after receiving the call.

“The caller provided information about Cruz’s gun ownership, desire to kill people, erratic behavior, and disturbing social media posts, as well as the potential of him conducting a school shooting,” the FBI said in a statement.

However, the information that agents were told Jan. 5 by the caller, identified by the bureau as someone close to the shooter, never made it to the FBI’s Miami Field Office, “where appropriate investigative steps would have been taken.”

The information the caller presented also “should have been assessed as a potential threat to life,” the bureau admitted.

Months earlier, in September, the FBI also received a tip about a troubling YouTube comment made by a user named “Nikolas Cruz” that said “I’m going to be a professional school shooter.” A special agent in charge of the bureau’s Miami division said the comment was investigated but authorities could not determine its origin or find any connection to South Florida, where the shooting took place.

Nikolas Cruz appears in court for a status hearing before Broward Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Monday, Feb. 19, 2018. Cruz is charged with killing 17 people and wounding many others in Wednesday's attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School  in Parkland, which he once attended. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP, Pool)

Feb. 19, 2018: Nikolas Cruz appears in court for a status hearing before Broward Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.  (AP)

“It is now clear that the warning signs were there and tips to the FBI were missed,” Sessions said after reports of the blunders emerged. “We see the tragic consequences of those failures.”

Local police pay visit after visit to shooter’s home, but Cruz manages to stay out of jail — or a hospital

Frequent fights with their mother and each other. Items being thrown about. One “out of control” escapade after another allegedly involving Cruz and his brother Zachary unfolded at the home of their adoptive mother in Parkland, according to police records.

Despite local law enforcement reportedly receiving dozens of callsbetween 2011 and 2016, with issues ranging from “domestic disturbance to child/elder abuse,” state investigators deemed the shooter low risk and felt he was unlikely to hurt anyone other than himself.

Israel admitted in the wake of the shooting authorities received “20 calls for services in the last few years,” with local media putting the number as high as 39. Israel says every one of those calls will now be “looked at and scrutinized.”

Social services and mental health professionals also investigated Cruz in 2016 after Snapchat videos were uncovered showing him cutting both of his arms.

But a visit by a mental health clinician at Henderson Behavioral Health ended with a determination Cruz “was not at risk to harm himself or others,” and the teen was instructed to sign a safety contract.

A Florida Department of Children and Families report obtained by Fox News also showed that it closed its investigation into Cruz in November, “based on his caregiver’s protective capacity, in-home services through Henderson, and engagement in school.”

FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018 file photo, students hold their hands in the air as they are evacuated by police from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., after a shooter opened fire on the campus. A week after a shooter slaughtered more than a dozen people in the Florida high school, thousands of protesters, including many angry teenagers, swarmed into the state Capitol on Wednesday, Feb. 21, calling for changes to gun laws, a ban on assault-type weapons and improved care for the mentally ill. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP, File)

Feb. 14, 2018: Students hold their hands in the air as they are evacuated by police from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.  (AP)

Months later, after Cruz’s massacre, he told police that voices in his head — called “demons” by law enforcement sources — told him to carry out the attack, according to reports.

School ‘disciplinary problems’ start piling up

Cruz was frequently in trouble at school in the years leading up to the shooting.

He was suspended for a day in January 2017 for assaulting someone and got into a fight months earlier, according to disciplinary records obtained by the Sun-Sentinel. The records also said Cruz’s adoptive mother was called in more than a dozen times for discussions and Cruz was often sent to counseling.

One report mentioned bullets were found in his backpack. A former classmate said Cruz followed her around, would abuse his girlfriend and even talked about killing his friends’ parents. The former classmate and another student also claimed the shooter used to sell knives out of his lunch box.

Cruz ended up getting expelled from Marjory Stoneman last year for “disciplinary problems” and bounced around a few alternative schools before reappearing there, rifle in hand, on Valentine’s Day.

Reports also linked Cruz to frequent trouble during his time at Westglades Middle School, where he apparently was disciplined for insulting teachers and staff, using profanity and racking up unexcused absences and at least one fight.

An officer was on scene during the shooting, and did nothing

Peterson was near the shooting site for four minutes of Cruz’s six minute rampage. But instead of the armed, trained officer engaging Cruz — something that could have saved several lives — Peterson remained outside, taking shelter behind a concrete barrier, according to authorities who viewed surveillance film.

President Trump lambasted Peterson on Friday after being asked about the former deputy.

“When it came time to get in there and do something, he didn’t have the courage, or something happened,” Trump said. “He certainly did a poor job. That’s the case where somebody was outside, they are trained, they didn’t react properly under pressure or they were a coward.”

GLOBAL WARMING HITS SEATTLE BIG TIME

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Meteorologists expect up to an inch of snow Friday in Seattle as cold-weather records fall
Originally published February 22, 2018 at 5:31 pm Updated February 23, 2018 at 3:06 pm
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The National Weather Service says an inch or less of snow accumulation is possible in Seattle, while the mountains may get between 6 and 12 inches.

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Record-breaking cold chilled the Puget Sound region early Friday ahead of expected snowfall, with some of the lowest February temperatures for the date recorded in Seattle, Olympia and Hoquiam, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.

At Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the temperature dipped to 24 degrees, breaking the previous 27-degree record set in 2011; in Olympia, it got down to 18 degrees, 2 degrees lower than the 2005 record; and in Hoquiam, the 2017 record of 27 degrees was broken when the mercury hit 24 degrees, the weather service reported.

Forecasters urged caution during Friday’s commute as leftover snow and icefrom earlier in the week left slick roads across much of the Puget Sound region, and they predicted another bout of winter weather later in the day.

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Meteorologists with the weather service are calling for an inch or less of snow accumulation in Seattle over the course of Friday, between 2 to 4 inches in the North Cascade foothills, and between 6 to 12 inches of snow in the mountains.

 

A thought came to us, many liberal progressives live in Seattle; don’t they? Terrible that this is happening to them, this global warming thing must be a chilling experience, to say the least.