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Regime Change

Posted on | April 19, 2017 | No Comments

At Fox News, Bill O’Reilly is out, and Tucker Carlson is in at the 8 p.m. slot. Meanwhile, in Venezuela, the socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro — who is more unpopular than Bill O’Reilly — is arming his supporters after having disarmed the rest of the civilian population.

Speaking of socialist regimes, the University of California at Berkeley has canceled a speech by Ann Coulter, citing security concerns. And speaking of security concerns, police at Auburn University showed how to deal with anarchist scum, when they unmasked so-called “anti-fascist” protesters at a Richard Spencer speech. And speaking of Richard Spencer, the SPLC is suing a neo-Nazi blogger who allegedly encouraged harassment of a woman who allegedly harassed Spencer’s mother.

Meanwhile, continuing our coverage of Sexual Assault Awareness Month:

Luis Arnold Lopez-Lara, a 25-year-old illegal immigrant, and 23-year-old Helmer Alexander Erazo allegedly kidnapped the 22-year-old woman with autism after she left her residence after being upset, according to Ozarks First.
The woman was reportedly walking past a mobile home when Lopez-Lara and Erazo offered the woman alcohol and told her to come inside. A third man told warned the girl not to listen to the two men.
The woman was held against her will for three days, according to the victim, where Lopez-Lara repeatedly sexually assaulted and raped her.

And I don’t know how to describe this story:

Jennifer, who is transgender and still has her male genitalia, claimed defendant. Sylvia hired her to sleep with her husband, Miguel, on his 60th birthday. But while she was having sex with him, Miguel had a heart attack and died. Jennifer sued Sylvia for £16,000, claiming Miguel broke her penis when he died She said that she was still inside of Miguel when he collapsed and died.

Ace tried to make some jokes, but the story itself defies parody.

 

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