Politically motivated Judge refers Sheriff Arpaio, aides for prosecution?

August 21, 2016

Seemingly vendetta-based action timed to coincide with election

Unable to contain their elation, the crew at the Arizona Republic reported on Saturday with bared teeth and an all cap, declaration of war-sized headline, “CRIMINAL CONTEMPT.” The sense is the exact model of the coverage, including the 7 x 7 inch unflattering photo of Sheriff Joe Arpaio was on ice waiting for the judge’s order. They were showing irritation on May 31, when the newspaper’s testy report was titled, “No ruling yet on criminal charges for Arpaio.”

That moment came on Friday when U.S. District Court Judge G. Murray Snow haughtily wrote:”Criminal contempt serves to vindicate the Court’s authority by punishing the intentional disregard for that authority.” 

 Judge Snow was appointed to the federal bench on the recommendation of Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl, He was given the fast-track, green light by Democrat Sen. Harry Reid, who announced “all Senators should be aware that this vote will occur very quickly…” Snow was nominated to the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona by President George W. Bush, but without a recorded confirmation vote. This unanimous consent agreement sufficed. Federal judges do not stand for either election or retention. They hold their positions until they decide to retire or are unable to fulfill the duties.

The 32-page Criminal Contempt Order signed Aug. 18, 2016 by Judge G. Murray Snow can be read here. Being forwarded to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for possible criminal contempt charges are Sheriff  Joe Arpaio, his Chief Deputy Jerry Sheridan, the MCSO’s former Professional Standards Bureau Captain Steve Bailey, and Arpaio’s former attorney Michele Iafrate.

In May 2015, Breitbart reported on incendiary comments alleged to have been made by Judge Snow’s wife to a friend and overheard in a Valley restaurant. The allegations which were never denied by either the judge or his wife, should have caused Judge Snow to recuse himself from this case. He did not. A motion for recusal was filed, Snow remained on the case.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been the focus of professional agitators and race-baiters who have spent years filing claims against him and loudly protesting outside his office, beating drums, screaming and holding derogatory signs — as they accuse him of racial profiling, a charge he has steadfastly denied. He has complied with previous judicial orders intended to rein in control of the office he  has repeatedly been elected to lead. This contempt charge appears suspiciously timed to coincide with the upcoming election.

Vote for Sheriff Arpaio, a dedicated, career lawman who has always done the job Maricopa County citizens have elected him to do.


MCSO Chief responds to AZ Republic’s relentless attacks on Sheriff Arpaio

August 10, 2016

Beneath the device of a sarcastic headline (not included here), the Arizona Republic provides “My Turn” space for Jerry Sheridan, chief deputy of the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office to respond to the incessant assaults on the integrity of career law enforcement officer and popular Sheriff, Joe Arpaio. Sheridan, a 38-year veteran of the office, wrote the following in response to a recent editorial endorsing a newly minted Republican also ran.

Your recent editorial endorsing Dan Saban for sheriff of Maricopa County (“Sack Sheriff Joe Arpaio — and vote Dan Saban instead, July 31) was sad, but not surprising. As is typical, it read more like a liberal blog than a serious opinion from our state’s largest newspaper.

As chief deputy, I am deeply offended that The Republic would impugn the reputations of so many dedicated and faithful law-enforcement officers that make up the MCSO by taking cheap shots at their sheriff who has dedicated his life to public service.

The editorial board at The Arizona Republic knows full well that Saban does not stand a chance in this primary campaign, and upon defeat will immediately run to Paul Penzone’s side to endorse him just as he did four years ago.

In the general election, The Republic will undoubtedly endorse our opponent, which means The Republic is willing to sacrifice any shred of integrity it has left to support both of these candidates. This, in contrast to Sheriff Arpaio, who not only has more experience than any other candidate but has successfully led this office and this organization of more than 3,400 employees for more than 23 years.

There is no mention of Sheriff Arpaio’s successful programs, saving taxpayer money by creating and operating Tent City or the millions of dollars the sheriff returns to taxpayers each year by operating under budget. Also curiously absent is the mention of the support he has from the 17,000 men and women in Arizona law enforcement who have endorsed his campaign for re-election. As a matter of fact, the areas the MCSO patrols are the safest in the Valley.

The Republic abandoned any sense of objectivity regarding Sheriff Arpaio a long time ago. Any real “extensive reporting” by The Republic would show that the MCSO, the second largest law-enforcement organization in Arizona which also runs the country’s third largest jail system, is a world-class operation that other agencies envy.

The Arizona Republic should be ashamed for printing this garbage, but sadly, your readers know this is only just the beginning.

The Republic endorsed problem-plagued and opportunistic party switcher Dan Saban. During his last attempt at running for sheriff, Saban did so as  a Democrat in 2008. Arpaio trounced him 55.2% – 42.2%.

After years of nearly daily attacks on Sheriff Arpaio, employing  biased reporting, vicious cartoons, skewed editorials and leftist columnists who don’t let facts get in the way of their agenda, allotting his chief deputy a constricted opportunity to reply isn’t evenhanded. It’s the newspaper’s  typical, self-serving and condescending move, enabling the editorial board to point to Sheridan’s defense as  evidence of fairness. It is not.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a solid conservative, has been treated miserably for doing the job he’s been repeatedly elected to do.  He deserves our support again. 

 


Black Lives Incite: 3 more police officers killed today & UPDATE

July 17, 2016

More despicable police carnage is being reported in Louisiana, where three Baton Rouge officers have been slaughtered and others wounded as they were ambushed not far from police headquarters. A witness described the cowardly assassin as dressed in black with his face covered, who targeted the officers, firing indiscriminately around 9 a.m. Sunday. This comes on the heels of the New Black Panthers arrival in Baton Rouge last Saturday to form a new chapter in protest of an officer-involved shooting death.

This is what we get when good faith attempts are made to negotiate with loathsome race-baiting phonies, such as emboldened Jarrett Maupin, here in Phoenix — who stages traffic blockages and issues 12-point demands to the Police Department.
Update-tag
The U.K.’s Daily Mail has complete coverage on the ambush of police officers in Baton Rouge.

Gateway Pundit carries the shocking report that just days ago Barack Obama invited radical Black Lives Matter leader and professional agitator DeRay McKesson — with links to George Soros — to the White House following his arrest the previous weekend. This is a must read article.

Obama’s statement today included this intriguing choice of words: “It’s important that everyone focus on uniting the country.”  In fact, it’s been Obama himself, who has taken sides in every instance of racial unrest, stirred the pot and encouraged the radicals. The presidential election can’t come soon enough. Donald Trump’s message of “Make America great again” has an urgency.


“Day of Rage” planned to disrupt 37 US cities, Fri. July 15

July 13, 2016

Phoenix’ Camelback/Biltmore area targeted at rush hour by faux Rev. Maupin

Reports of anti-police rallies scheduled in 37 U.S. cities for this Friday, July 15, are gaining traction. The internet is rife with information as the term “Day of Rage” is used interchangeably with  “National Call to Action”  —  against the fallacy of institutionalized police brutality. There are also denials of such coordinated chaos even taking place.

The local newspaper, giving too much credit to the practiced agitator and swindler Jarrett Maupin, repeatedly refers to him as “Reverend,” though he has neither a church nor congregation. The arrogant, onetime Al Sharpton protégé, now overweight and sporting a shaved head, is issuing a lengthy list of proposed “reforms” he developed, with the intent of pressuring the Phoenix Police Department to submit to his demands. Police Chief Joe Yahner should inform blatant racist Maupin that the department’s shipment of Charmin hasn’t arrived, so the list will be put to good use.

Self-proclaimed “civil rights leader” — otherwise jobless — Maupin told the newspaper, which foolishly hangs on his every word, the Black Lives Matters protest he is leading would close down the intersection of 24th St. and Camelback Rd. in Phoenix on Friday, refusing to give a specific time in order to retain “the element of surprise.” We hear the unemployed thespian who relishes the attention being given him, intends to close down the heavily trafficked Biltmore area during afternoon drive time.

The 37 cities on the list to be hit by race-baiters are:

  1. Phoenix, AZ
  2. Tucson, AZ
  3. Little Rock, AR
  4. San Francisco, CA
  5. Oakland, CA
  6. Los Angeles, CA
  7. Denver, CO
  8. Washington DC:
  9. Atlanta, GA
  10. Tampa, FL
  11. Orlando, FL
  12. Miami, FL
  13. Chicago, IL
  14. Des Moines, IA
  15. New Orleans, LA
  16. Baltimore, MD
  17. Boston, MA
  18. Detroit, MI
  19. Lansing, MI
  20.   Ann Arbor, MI
  21. Minneapolis, MN
  22. St. Louis, MO
  23. Carson City, NV
  24. NYC
  25. Newark, NJ
  26. Durham, NC
  27. Columbus, OH
  28. Cleveland, OH
  29. Portland, OR
  30. Philadelphia, PA
  31. Pittsburgh, PA
  32. Nashville, TN
  33. Memphis, TN
  34. Austin, TX
  35. Salt Lake City, UT
  36. Seattle, WA
  37. Milwaukee, WI

Media stoke savagery, then ask how to talk about it

July 12, 2016

American media sources — print, radio, television and digital — whose stock in trade is turning events into the English language for public consumption, should know all too well the powerful impact of words.

Yet it persists in misusing language. Most often the sentence construction and turn of phrase is intended to incite or sway opinion to the left.

The left-wing Arizona Republic newspaper, which makes no effort at delivering unbiased information, gets it wrong again. But this time it is indefensible regardless of one’s political vantage point.

Monday’s Page One article about the calculated ambush-style shooting that left five Dallas police officers dead and 11 wounded, is titled, “How do we talk about the tragedy?” Let’s be clear.  What took place in Dallas and in other cities where police have been subjected to death threats, targeted and mowed down is not “a tragedy,” which most people regard as an unavoidable misfortune.  It is terrorism. Barbarism rooted in evil. It is hate crime, personified. 

Black Lives Matter is not a “movement.” It is radical thuggery condoned at the highest levels of the Obama regime, from the words spoken by the man who sits in the Oval Office to U. S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch as she tells those who support the shooters and deliberately clog city highways — blocking traffic, emergency vehicles and access to businesses for hours, “Do not be discouraged.”

The term ”community” has also taken on a new meaning. Rather than relating to the community in which we all live, it’s defined by the ethnicity of the person using the word. According to Breitbart, the New Black Panthers now have a plan to form their own nation within the USA. 

The election of Barack Obama set the stage for the deepening racial divide. We screwed up in 2008 and again in 2012. We better get it right in 2016. America’s future is at stake.


Obama’s alarming abuse of power federalizes local police

July 10, 2016

Far left community organizer, still vilifying law enforcement and conservatives, now sits in the Oval Office and will use his last months in office to ensure the “fundamental transformation of America,” he promised

Using the Dallas police murders as justification for an unconstitutional expansion of the federal government, Barack Obama has announced his intent to federalize state and local law enforcement. 

Kurt Nimmo, writing for Alex Jones’ Info Wars, does a superb job of detailing the massive overreach that should send shock waves through every rational American citizen.  The report includes substantiating video.

If you read nothing else today, this article should be given priority status. Knowledge is power.


Police protesters led by lawless black racist in Phoenix

July 9, 2016

According to this time line report in the daily, Black Lives Matter protesters took to the streets in Phoenix — many with their young children in tow — “to teach them to stand up for themselves,”  according to one parent. Their children were able to witness the defacing of American flags and objects thrown at Phoenix police.

Jarrett Maupin, II, once considered an Al Sharpton protégé, now sporting a shaved head and extra pounds, also refers to himself as Reverend, although like Sharpton, he has no church or congregation.  His only flock consists of sheep-like, easily enticed rabble-rousers. One 60-year-old who showed up identified himself as a former member of the Brown Berets, a Chicano Nationalist group. He said he saw similarities between his movement and the protesters.’ “I believe there is a lot of police brutality and injustice,” he said. “People of color, or leftist Americans, they have a right to rebel.”

Seriously? They’ve had one of their own in the White House for 7½ years. What exactly are they rebelling against?

“We’re headed to 7th Street and then “to the interstate,” Maupin agitated.  “Are you enjoying taking over the streets of your city?” he shouted.  His intent to block I-10 was thwarted by Phoenix Police Chief Joe Yahner.

Maupin has had run-ins with the law as reported here (2008) and here (2009), and is, as we pointed out in 2012, a despicable racist himself. In 2013, SRAZ posted Council candidate Kate Gallego subject of incendiary race baiting,* in which we identified Gallego (who won the Phoenix City Council election and whose husband Ruben Gallego now represents CD 7 in congress) as being subjected to incendiary raced-based smears as a white woman running in a predominantly minority district. 

Maupin referred to Kate Gallego as a “white sham candidate in brown face,” “an interloping political puppet, and a “power-hungry white…who is not openly campaigning as white.” Maupin also accused a Democrat councilman who endorsed her of “practicing the politics of racial exploitation and engaging in the attempted “political lynching” of Phoenix’ black community.

His contemptible words come right out of Sharpton’s playbook.

Following Jarrett Maupin anywhere for any reason is a fool’s errand and serves only to give this creep the prominence he so desires and which rightly remains unattainable.

* The Gallego’s are both Democrats. The article we posted regarding Kate Gallego was not an endorsement, but exposed the despicable race baiting practices of lowlife Maupin.


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