No Revolution for America. Only shoes.

Hmm.

On the very same day:

An anti-government potpourri of Left and Right disaffection revolted in France, bellowing against elitist myopia,

 

 

the United States experienced a revolt of its own:  a revolt against old shoes.

Shallow American consumerism, expressed most intensely by its burgeoning underclass, caused a similar stir because people in this country appear unable to rouse any emotion unless $180 of rubber are lasciviously adorned over their feet.

A nation’s vibrancy is measured not by its diversity or self-debasement;  it is measured by the self-respect and will for dignity of its most downtrodden.

The downtrodden in America have absolutely no self-respect for the corporate class bids it away in daily business transactions.

No Revolution for America.

Hania Aguilar’s suspected killer is named, and the marginalized winner is…

I’m sure this will go a long ways toward healing the racial divide!

 

A suspect has been arrested in the kidnapping and killing of 13-year-old Hania Noelia Aguilar, who was snatched from her front yard in North Carolina last month, authorities announced Saturday.

Hania was kidnapped just before 7 a.m. local time on Nov. 5 outside her home at the Rosewood Mobile Home Park in Lumberton, a city in Robeson County, according to police.

She had grabbed her aunt’s car keys that morning so she could turn on the vehicle before school. That’s when a witness saw a man clad in all black with a yellow bandanna over his face approach the girl and force her into the green, 2003 Ford Expedition, police said.

The suspect then drove away in the family’s SUV with Hania inside, police said. The stolen vehicle was located several miles away on Quincey Drive three days later, but Hania was nowhere to be found.

After weeks of searching, authorities discovered Hania’s body in a lake in Robeson County on Nov. 27, about 10 miles south from her home.

 

It turns out the suspect was arrested on November 13 on unrelated charges but police announced today that he is their prime suspect in the murder of the young Guatemalan girl.

McLellan was not on track for sainthood, to say the least.

 

In 2009, McLellan was accused in shooting a Fairmont woman three times on New Year’s Eve. According to the Robesonian, “Michael Ray McLellan forced his way into 21-year-old Teena Lewis’ home at gunpoint before beating her and then shooting her.” She was also “punched several times, shot twice in the torso and once in the leg.” She was recovering.

The story says that it wasn’t clear why McClellan went to that house and a 2-year-old watched the attack. Police alleged he had been drinking heavily, the Robesonian reported.

 

 

Ah, modern America, where dueling interests of the oppressed intersect every day and we are left to sieve whose inferiority reigns supreme.   Existence in the 20th Century is a continual erection of a new pecking orders  tuned to each passing murder and offense.

 

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If Larry was named Ivan and Kamala, Donald, this story would be plastered across all news outlets and social media.

Just a thought experiment, of course.  Imagine.  Consider the hypothetical alternate reality.

 

A longtime aide to Sen. Kamala Harris resigned Wednesday after the Sacramento Bee asked him about a 2016 harassment lawsuit he settled for $400,000. 

The lawsuit was filed by the former executive assistant for Larry Wallace on Dec. 30, 2016, when he was working at the California Department of Justice under then-Attorney General Kamala Harris, the Bee reported. Harris, a Democrat, had just been elected to the Senate and was preparing to begin her work in Washington. 

 

O California.  Such a Leftist haven for liberal misbehavior, opportunism and embarrassing displays of hypocrisy.   Not to worry, though.  Democratic corruption is rendered oblique when it comes to peering news coverage.

But if Larry was Ivan we’d hear every lurid detail of his physical manipulations to get women under his desk.  Seriously.

 

In her suit against the state Department of Justice, Danielle Hartley alleged that Wallace, a former Oakland police detective, “harassed and demeaned” her during her time as his assistant, which began in 2011, the Bee reported. She said he placed his printer under his desk and would ask her to get on her hands and knees to replace the paper or the ink on a daily basis.  

Hartley claimed that Wallace often asked her to replace the paper in front of other male employees at the Division of Law Enforcement, according to the Bee. When she asked Wallace to move the printer, he refused. 

 

In the typical manner of back-room high-level politics of the scoundrel, Californian Dems never fail to disappoint.  But this is California, with all its attendant Leftism for the Masses which seeps into every nook of our life here.  Dems and other mouthpieces of the Left are given a free (or 50) pass.  What would have been spun into the Scandal of the Century for Donald Trump merely becomes roadside detritus here in the Golden State.

 

The California Department of Justice denied Hartley’s claims, but Xavier Becerra, who was appointed to replace Harris, settled the lawsuit on May 16, 2017, for $400,000, the Bee reported. As part of the settlement, Hartley signed a non-disclosure agreement and agreed not to apply for a job at the Department of Justice again. 

After Harris became a senator, Wallace became a senior adviser in her California office.

Harris, who appears to be considering a 2020 presidential run, has been a vocal proponent of the #MeToo movement. She introduced a bill in June to address workplace sexual harassment, which included a ban on employers requiring workers to agree to non-disclosure clauses. 

 

We can’t depend on Californian media for exposure;  this is a job of the national press which frankly is no better, not when the foxes have the key.

 

 

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