Missing children: another GOP crime

The administration of the korrupt krimson klown is kidnapping children:

On Feb. 20, a young woman named Mirian arrived at the Texas border carrying her 18-month-old son. They had fled their home in Honduras through a cloud of tear gas, she told border agents, and needed protection from the political violence there.

She had hoped she and her son would find refuge together. Instead, the agents ordered her to place her son in the back seat of a government vehicle, she said later in a sworn declaration to a federal court. They both cried as the boy was driven away.

For months, members of Congress have been demanding answers about how many families are being separated as they are processed at stations along the southwest border, in part because the Trump administration has in the past said it was considering taking children from their parents as a way to deter migrants from coming here.

Officials have repeatedly declined to provide data on how many families have been separated, but suggested that the number was relatively low.

But new data reviewed by The New York Times shows that more than 700 children have been taken from adults claiming to be their parents since October, including more than 100 children under the age of 4.

The data was prepared by the Office of Refugee Resettlement, a division of the Department of Health and Human Services that takes custody of children who have been removed from migrant parents. Senior officials at the Department of Homeland Security, which processes migrants at the border, initially denied that the numbers were so high. But after they were confirmed to The Times by three federal officials who work closely with these cases, a spokesman for the health and human services department on Friday acknowledged in a statement that there were “approximately 700.”

Every day brings us another atrocity with Spanky McPornfucker and his idiot band of drooling Nazi sycophants and inbred followers. And just so you understand the magnitude of scum of this administration:

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Signs from the March for Our Lives

Hundreds of thousands of people, mostly kids, participated Saturday in the March for Our Lives. Below is the main stage after the event. It was impossible to get to it once the event began:
And here are the signs.

This was an official sign from the District of Columbia. It’s sad they had to post it, but there’s always some gun nut who thinks he has the right to terrorize people:

The following is something I’ve been saying for months:

People are sick of the “thoughts and prayers” response from politicians who prostitute themselves for the NRA …

Because people really know what the NRA stands for.

And the people at the march kept the focus on kids. Practically all of the speakers talked about how guns have affected their lives, from Parkland high school students, to kids in Washington, D.C., who have lost siblings to gun violence or who have stared down the barrel of a gun thinking it was going to be their last second alive.

There was also a reminder of when we had a compassionate, responsible, intelligent and uncorruptable leader in the White House not that long ago:

And there was this friendly reminder from a long departed neighbor:

I arrived at the march a little late and had to leave early because of the crush of the crowd, but while I was there, none of the speakers gave a roll call for the congressional whores who take NRA money in exchange for kids lives. Perhaps someone did do it, but if not, here’s a reminder:

Senate:

  • Marco Rubio (R-FL) – $9,900
  • Mitch McConnell (R-KY) – $9,900
  • Rob Portman (R-OH) – $9,900
  • Joni Ernst (R-IA) – $9,900
  • Thom Tillis (R-NC) – $9,900
  • Dean Heller (R-NV) – $9,900
  • Jim Inhofe (R-OK) – $9,450
  • John Hoeven (R-ND) – $8,450
  • Steve Daines (R-MT) – $7,700
  • Ron Johnson (R-WI) – $7,450
  • John Boozman (R-AR) – $5,950
  • Todd Young (R-IN) – $5,950
  • Mike Rounds (R-SD) – $5,450
  • James Lankford (R-OK) – $5,000
  • Bill Cassidy (R-LA) – $4,950
  • Richard Shelby (R-AL) – $4,950
  • David Perdue (R-GA) – $4,950
  • Tim Scott (R-SC) – $4,500
  • Shelly Moore Capito (R-WV) – $2,500
  • Ted Cruz (R-TX) – $350
  • John McCain (R-AZ) – $300

House

  • Barbara Comstock (R-VA) – $10,400
  • Mike Coffman (R-CO) – $9,900
  • Will Hurt (R-TX) – $9,900
  • John Katko (R-NY) – $9,900
  • Bruce Poliquin (R-ME) -$9,900
  • Lee Zeldin (R-NY) – $9,900
  • Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) – $7,450
  • Martha McSally (R-AZ) – $6,500
  • Bill Schuster (R-PA) – $5,950
  • Richard Hudson (R-NC) – $4,950
  • Steve Scalise (R-LA) – $4,950
  • Lamar Smith (R-TX) – $4,950
  • Ken Calvert (R-CA) – $4,500
  • Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) – $4,000
  • Robert Aderholt (R-AL) – $3,500
  • Michael McCaul (R-TX) – $3,500
  • Darin LaHood (R-IL) – $3,000
  • Erik Paulson (R-MN) – $3,000
  • Tom Reed (R-NY) – $3,000
  • Diane Black (R-TN) – $2,500
  • Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) – $2,500
  • Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) – $2,500
  • Rodney Davis (R-IL) $2,500
  • John Ratcliff (R-TX) – $2,500
  • Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) – $2,500
  • Pete Sessions (R-TX) – $2,500
  • Roger Williams (R-TX) – $2,500
  • Mike Bishop (R-MI) – $2,000
  • Bradley Byrne (R-AL) – $2,000
  • Buddy Carter (R-GA) – $2,000
  • Chris Collins (R-NY) – $2,000
  • Mario Diaz Balart (R-FL) – $2,000
  • Sean Duffy (R-WI) – $2,000
  • Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN) – $2,000
  • Tim Walz (D-MN) – $2,000
  • Bob Gibbs (R-OH) – $2,000
  • Paul Gossar (R-AZ) – $2,000
  • Sam Graves (R-MO) – $2,000
  • Glenn Grothman (R-WI) $2,000
  • Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) – $2,000
  • Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) – $2,000
  • French Hill (R-AR) – $2,000
  • Bill Huizenga (R-MI) – $2,000
  • Darrell Issa (R-CA) – $2,000
  • Bill Johnson (R-OH) – $2,000
  • Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) – $2,000
  • Doug Lamborn (R-CO) – $2,000
  • Luke Messer (R-IN) – $2,000
  • Kristi Noem (R-SD) – $2,000
  • Scott Perry (R-PA) – $2,000
  • Robert Pittenger (R-NC) – $2,000
  • Ted Poe (R-TX) – $2,000
  • Tom Rice (R-SC) – $2,000
  • Martha Roby (R-AL) – $2,000
  • Mike Rogers (R-AL) – $2,000
  • Todd Rokita (R-IN) – $2,000
  • Peter Roskam (R-IL) – $2,000
  • Dennis Ross (R-FL) – $2,000
  • Austin Scott (R-GA) – $2,000
  • Jason Smith (R-MO) – $2,000
  • Elise Stefanik (R-NY) – $2,000
  • Steve Stivers (R-OH) – $2,000
  • Mark Walker (R-NC) – $2,000
  • Jackie Walorski (R-IN) – $2,000
  • Mimi Walters (R-CA) – $2,000
  • Joe Wilson (R-SC) – $2,000
  • Rob Wittman (R-VA) – $2,000
  • Steven Palazzo (R-MS) – $1,750
  • Mike Kelly (R-PA) – $1,500
  • Steve Womack (R-AR) – $1,500
  • Ralph Abraham (R-LA) – $1,000
  • Lou Barlettea (R-PA) – $1,000
  • Susan Brooks (R-IN) – $1,000
  • Warren Davidson (R-OH) – $1,000
  • Ron DeSantis (R-FL) – $1,000
  • Louie Gohmert (R-TX) – $1,000
  • Kenny Marchant (R-TX) – $1,000
  • Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) – $1,000
  • David McKinley (R-WV) – $1,000
  • Dave Reichert (R-WA) – $1,000
  • Tom Rooney (R-FL) – $1,000
  • Randy Weber (R-TX) – $1,000
  • Daniel Webster (R-FL) – $1,000
Every politician who takes NRA money is an accomplice to murder. Every voter who selects an NRA shill is an accomplice after the fact. Remember that in November.

Nazis: a Red State love story

This has everything: Trailer parks, Nazis and lust in the heartland. It even has a tie in to a certain krafty, krimson krank:

The co-founders of an Indiana-based white nationalist party – Matthew Heimbach and David Parrott – got into a fight Tuesday at a Paoli trailer park after Parrott confronted his wife and Heimbach over an affair, according to a police report. 

Heimbach, the 26-year-old co-founder of the Traditionalist Worker Party, was arrested and charged with battery and domestic battery Tuesday by Paoli police. He was freed on $1,000 bond. 

The incident could have additional legal ramifications for Heimbach, who pled guilty in July to physically harassing a woman during a rally in Louisville for Donald Trump.

District Court Judge Stephanie Pearce Burke waived 90 days of jail time on the condition he not re-offend within two years.  

Heimbach is scheduled for a review of the Louisville case this year. He did not return a phone call to his cellphone or a text message seeking comment. 

David Parrott, the 35-year-old co-founder and spokesman of the white nationalist group, called Paoli police from a Walmart parking lot at 1 a.m. Tuesday and said he’d been assaulted by his wife, Jessica Parrott, 31, and Heimbach, according to a police report obtained by Courier Journal. 

David Parrott claims his wife and Heimbach were having an affair, according to a police report. So he and Heimbach’s wife — who is Parrott’s former stepdaughter from another marriage — went to Parrott’s trailer around midnight to see if a tryst was taking place.

They snuck up on the trailer, where Parrott climbed up on a box to peer through a window, police said. But the box broke, and Parrott ran to the front door to confront Heimbach. 

“I demanded that they leave my property and he refused,” David Parrott said.

The two men grappled and Heimbach choked Parrott several times, causing him to lose consciousness, according to the police report. When he came to, Parrott drove to Walmart to call police. 

When police arrived at the trailer, Heimbach told his wife to send the police away and “tell them everything was fine,” the report said.

“My husband asked me to dismiss the police at my door,” a signed statement from Heimbach’s wife said. “I refused, he kicked the wall, and then grabbed my cheeks making them bleed …”

The incident occurred in front of the Heimbachs’ two children, a 2-year-old and a 7-month-old, according to the police report.

Parrott said Heimbach’s wife was in “immediate danger” because she had a recording of Heimbach and Parrott’s wife, according to a police report. 

After the confrontation, Parrott resigned from the Traditionalist Worker Party, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. 

“I’m done. I’m out,” Parrott told the Southern Poverty Law Center on Tuesday. “SPLC has won. Matt Parrott is out of the game. Y’all have a nice life.”  

Every person involved in the Paoli incident identified their professions as “White Nationalists” in the police report. 

No reference to guns and pickup trucks but you just know they had to be somewhere in this scenario. But at least we have Walmart.