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A black child’s backpack brushed up against a woman. She called 911 to report a sexual assault.

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A New York woman became the subject of ridicule and hatred on social media after she falsely accused a boy of groping her while she was shopping inside a deli.
Teresa Klein, who is white, created a commotion earlier this week outside the Sahara Deli Market in Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood as she appeared to tell a 911 dispatcher that the boy, who is black, assaulted her. The spectacle was captured in a now-viral video, and Klein, a 53-year-old Brooklyn resident, has been nicknamed #CornerstoreCaroline.
“No, I want the cops here right now,” Klein said as she held her phone to her ear and a crowd of angry onlookers began to gather around.
The boy, wearing a tucked-in green shirt and carrying a backpack, began to cry as the woman in aviator glasses and knee-high boots accused him of grabbing her.
The crowd grew angrier, screaming at Klein, who had covered her other ear as she continued to talk to the 911 operator.
“I just was sexually assaulted by a child,” Klein said.
“Are you seriously calling the police?” a woman can be heard saying.
New York resident Jason Littlejohn recorded the Wednesday incident and shared it on Facebook, where it has since been viewed more than 5 million times. The incident comes amid a string of controversies involving black or brown people who have found themselves the subjects of 911 calls. Such false-alarm emergency calls over non-emergency incidents, many of which have been captured on video, have raised questions about whether these calls had less to do with what someone was doing, but because of the person’s race.
On Friday, Klein went back to the store, where reporters surrounded her. Later, Klein, the reporters and several onlookers, many with phones held up, crowded inside the small deli, where surveillance footage of the alleged grabbing was being played on a screen mounted on a wall.
The video showed Klein standing at the register as the boy walked past behind her with his blue backpack and a plastic bag in his right hand. As the boy’s bag appeared to brush against Klein, she looked behind her, seeming startled.
Another Facebook video, also uploaded by Littlejohn, showed Klein watching the surveillance footage. Onlookers screamed at Klein and called her a liar after the footage revealed she was wrong. But Klein seemed oblivious and spoke only to the reporters, who asked her what she thought after watching the footage.
“The child accidentally brushed against me,” she acknowledged.
Looking into one of the TV cameras, she apologized to the boy, whose identity was not known. “Young man, I don’t know your name, but I’m sorry.”
The Washington Post was unable to reach Klein on Saturday. A number she was heard giving to the dispatcher during her 911 call is no longer in service. She told Fox affiliate WNYW that she is not racist, and that she called 911 because the boy’s mother had become very aggressive toward her.
New York police said the department did not receive any complaints or 911 calls coming from the deli’s address.
There have been several incidents in the past year involving black people whose banal activities were viewed with suspicious lens. Hence came #LivingWhileBlack.
For a 12-year-old black boy in Ohio, it was mowing the lawn. For an 8-year-old girl in California, it was selling water outside the apartment building where she lives. And for a pair of young black men in Philadelphia, it was sitting inside a Starbucks waiting for a person they were supposed to meet. For a black lawmaker in Oregon, it was canvassing in her district. For a Yale University graduate student, it was napping in one of the school’s common rooms. For a group of black sorority girls in Pennsylvania, it was picking up trash on a highway as part of a community service.
For former Obama administration White House staffer Darren Martin, it was moving into his new Manhattan apartment. Martin is one of a group of black people who wrote to the House and Senate judiciary committees last summer, asking for a hearing on racial profiling, The Washington Post’s Cleve R. Wootson Jr. reported.
In September, New York state Sen. Jesse Hamilton (D-Brooklyn) held a town hall meeting called Living While Black. Hamilton also had introduced legislation that would make falsely reporting an incident a hate crime. The bill remains in committee.

The Corruption of the DOJ and FBI in 11 Hilarious and Brutal Pictures

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Here are 11 pictures and illustrate, sadly, what the DOJ and FBI have become:

President Trump Versus The Media in 9 Hilarious and Savage Pictures

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Here are 7 examples brilliantly illustrated by 9 hilarious, savage and accurate images:

NFL’s Kneeling Controversy Brutally Summed Up With 13 Pictures

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Homeless couple and dogs live in car for FOUR MONTHS because 'landlords won't allow them to keep pets'

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 A couple claim they have been forced to live in their CAR because landlords won't allow them to keep dogs in their homes.
Jennifer Tysoe, 70, and husband Nigel, 54, have been living rough since January along with two dogs they adopted from their neighbours after they passed away.
They spent six months sofa-surfing while looking for a new house but no accommodation could be found which would allow their dogs, the Daily Record reports .
The pair say they have been left with little alternative than to live in their Peugeot 208 where they have been sleeping since July.
They have refused to give up cocker spaniel Becky and Staffordshire bull terrier Titan after making a lifelong promise to their friends to look after them.
The couple, formerly of Lovat Drive, Northampton, have lived and worked in the town all their lives and had planned to spend a peaceful retirement in their home.
But their marital home was repossessed after Nigel was unable to continue working following a fall earlier this year.
Several landlords turned them down for private rented accommodation because of their adopted pets .
They have since asked Northampton Borough Council for a social home where they can live with the dogs and where Nigel can rest his legs, which need dressing by doctors every day.
The pair, who fell in love while working at a bakery together, said their lives would change overnight if they were given a house.
The pair are currently living off their state pension and savings and have £670 to spend a month to cover fuel and meal costs.
Northampton Borough Council has offered the couple and the dogs separate temporary accommodation but they declined as they "want to live together as a family."
Jennifer said: "You don't just give them away do you?
"We have had them for a few years now and they are family.
"They are everything. People like kids and I like animals.
"Getting a house would mean everything. It would be like getting a pot of gold.
"The dogs would be more comfortable.
"People come into the country and they are on the list. Nobody wants to listen, I feel rejected.
"We don't want to be separated from the dogs and we have gone through enough.
"It's very hard. I have to take Nigel to the doctors every day and get petrol.
"Once the car's out of action, that will be it."
Provided they hand in the correct documents the local authority said they might be eligible for social housing.
Nigel added: ""I believe I provided bank statements about July, August time when we were made homeless."

WATCH: Abortion Crazy Assaults A Pro-Life Woman With A Metal Clamp

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It's open season on pro-life women in Canada, where, in the past two weeks as many as two women have been assaulted by zealous abortion crazies whose self-righteousness on the virtues of baby-killing have motivated their violent behavior.
According to LifeNews, a woman named Katie Somers was assaulted at a pro-life rally near Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. Captured video shows a pro-choice protester throwing items at Somers, including a metal cart.
"She chased after me, grabbed my full, stainless steel water bottle and smashed it on the ground, then grabbed my backpack, yanking me back and forth," Somers said of the attack. "I yelled, ‘Get away from me!’ And she came after me and shoved me. She then moved on to Blaise, bumping him in the chest with hers and saying, ‘Let’s go, are you filming me? Let’s do this!’"
Other video shows the enraged woman throwing a metal dolly and clamp at the pro-life demonstrators
"The possibility of self-defense was gone for me the moment she used the metal cart as a weapon," Somers told LifeNews. "At that point I was terrified of having my teeth broken, being concussed, or worse, and my priority was to get away and to safety."
Somers allegedly had her right wrist injured, with bruises along her right leg during the encounter. Gabby Skwarko of the Ryerson Reproductive Justice Collective is the alleged assaulter.
Also in Canada this month, a pro-choice feminist man named Jordan Hunt roundhouse kicked a pro-life woman demonstrator on the street. He claims it was an accident and meant only to kick her phone. After the video went viral, he turned himself in to face justice.

California parents disturbed over state mandated gay rights lessons some say aren’t age appropriate

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Parents are disturbed by what they say is inappropriate teaching material at the Elk Grove Unified School District in Elk Grove, California.

What are the details?

Parents of children attending the schools in the Elk Grove Unified School District got a preview of some new books that are aimed at educating students about gay rights and LGBT inclusivity.
According to KOVR-TV, however, some parents aren’t happy that some of the books — including a book tailored to second graders — feature life lessons from a drag queen.
On Thursday, some parents were able to preview the books, which are mandated by the state of California in an effort to meet state education standards for inclusivity. California law stipulates that the public school curriculum must include teaching contributions from LGBT people as well as varying cultural and ethnic groups.
Parents were asked to review the books and provide feedback. On one of the forms, according to KOVR, one choice is “sweet spots,” which is an area to reflect positive feedback. The second choice is “red flags,” or an area to reflect comments or questions.
One parent, Carrie Harrell, said, “I want to make sure that [the books are] age-appropriate, and I want to know what is going to be taught to my child.”
Harrell added that she’s not “anti-LGBT,” and that she loves all people, but her concerns lie with teachers discussing complex human sexuality with 7-year-olds.
“It needs to be dealt with appropriately,” Harrell explained. “I hope they read the feedback and I’m hoping it’s not just a piece of paper.”

What’s age appropriate?

Other parents were adamant that some lessons on LGBT activism and rights simply weren’t appropriate for kids of a certain age.
Greg Burt with the California Family Council expressed such concerns, and said that one book in particular — “My World Interactive,” by publishers Pearson, Scott Foresman, and Prentice Hall — features the story of Jose Julio Sarria, who is believed to be the first openly gay man individual to run for office.
“My World Interactive” is a second grade-level book and also features people like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
One passage in the controversial book reads, “[Sarria] decided to be honest. He told people he was gay and that sometimes he dressed as a woman. He was the first person to do this when running for office. … It inspired other gay leaders to run for office, too.”
“I just don’t think Elk Grove parents are ready or interested in having their second-graders learn honesty from a drag queen who has a criminal record!” Burt quipped, referring to Sarria’s 1974 arrest in a hotel bathroom on “morals charges.”
Xanthi Pinkerton, a spokesperson for the Elk Grove Unified School District, explained that the chapter featuring Sarria was “about how people can make a difference.”
Pinkerton noted that a district committee plans to review all parent feedback, but added that the district is simply following California state mandates on education and inclusivity.
Books will likely be implemented for the 2019-20 school year.

Local Democratic Party forces executive director to resign over pro-flag, pro-cop social media posts

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Marine veteran Mark Salvas was forced to resign his post as the executive director of the Allegheny County Democratic Committee in Pennsylvania on Tuesday over social media posts deemed by others in the party to be “racist.”

What did he say?

Three separate Facebook posts from Salvas’ account are reportedly what caused his ouster. The first was from last year, where Salvas posted a picture of himself and his wife with the message, “I stand for the flag, I kneel for the cross,” apparently referring to NFL players kneeling during the national anthem out of protest.
In a second post from June of this year, Salvas’ wife made a plea for donations to help with the legal defense of former East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld. Rosfeld is a lifelong friend of Salvas and is currently facing a charge of criminal homicide for shooting 17-year-old Antwon Rose II this summer during a traffic stop.
Salvas’ post said, “Michael Rosfeld and his family have been like family to me. I know him to be a very dedicated officer.”

The third post that came up in the social media controversy showed a picture of a Confederate Flag with the message, “A crazy guy shoots up a church and you ban a flag. People stomp on the American Flag and you say it’s their right?!? That’s a special kind of stupid.”

How did party members respond?

State Democrat Committee Chairwoman Nancy Mills acknowledged to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that Salvas was asked to step down by County Chairwoman Eileen Kelly earlier in the week.
“We have a zero tolerance for sexual harassment or racism of any kind,” Mills said. “I think Chairwoman Kelly made the right decision once she was aware of the issues.”
Committee member and state Rep. Ed Gainey (D) also weighed in Salvas’ posts, telling the Trib, “I’m not sure how to comprehend what he has up there, but it’s insensitive to African-Americans. The action was wrong. The action was insensitive, and for that he had to go.
“African-Americans are the backbone of the Democratic Party, and you can’t have someone at the head of your party not understanding the backbone of the party,” he added.
Salvas — who had just been hired by the committee last month — told KDKA-TV on Wednesday, “I was asked by the chair of the Allegheny County Democratic Party to resign my position due to the controversy that was taking place on social media, and I did.”
He added, “It’s never easy when people you have never met accuse you of things and call you names, and you’ve never met them.”
But Salvas, who served in the Gulf War, was not apologetic about his posts.
“I’m not ashamed of my patriotism, not one bit. I fought for this country,” he told KDKA. “I think I have a right to have a voice and be patriotic.”