#CaliforniaTragedies: Previously Deported Illegal Immigrant Shoots Sheriff With 12 Gauge Shotgun

Time Standard News: “The man suspected of shooting a three-year Humboldt County sheriff’s deputy in the left shoulder with a 12-gauge shotgun at a Ferndale dairy farm early Sunday morning was a Mexican national here illegally who was previously deported in 2015, according to Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal.

At a press conference Monday morning, Honsal said both the injured deputy, whose name is not being released at this time, and the suspect Hugo Parral-Aguirre, 30, are in stable condition and are no longer in the hospital. Hugo had three gunshot wounds after two deputies returned fire, Honsal said.”

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Shared by Travis Allen on social media earlier today, the leading Republican candidate for Governor in CA’s 2018 race highlighted this incident for California residents:

…via Time Standard News:

The man suspected of shooting a three-year Humboldt County sheriff’s deputy in the left shoulder with a 12-gauge shotgun at a Ferndale dairy farm early Sunday morning was a Mexican national here illegally who was previously deported in 2015, according to Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal.

At a press conference Monday morning, Honsal said both the injured deputy, whose name is not being released at this time, and the suspect Hugo Parral-Aguirre, 30, are in stable condition and are no longer in the hospital. Hugo had three gunshot wounds after two deputies returned fire, Honsal said.

Democrats, who dominate California’s state legislature, recently declared the state to be a “Sanctuary State” and actively works to hinder the apprehention of illegal immigrants…

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Site Update: The Phenomenal Growth of Sutter Media

From a little while back…

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A few weeks ago I started an independent news media centered around individualist politics and an America 1st outlook. Fast forward to the present day and we have over 220 likes on Facebook, a reach well in excess of 10,000 followers on my personal Twitter account, and a handful of subscribers here on the (relatively new) website.

Not a bad start for the first month.

I want to make note of this in part to brag, I’ve earned it, but there’s another reason that’s just as important, maybe more so. The people who have supported my efforts, even if only by liking our page on Facebook, have helped to make this possible. You, if you’re reading this, are a massive part of why Sutter Media exists and continues to grow.

That support and consideration is deeply appreciated. I love haters too, don’t get me wrong, Milo’s proven how lucrative having…

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Roy Moore’s Fall: MAGA Coalition Suffers 1st REAL Defeat & Democrats Set Themselves Up For Heavy Losses In 2018 Mid-Terms

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I didn’t want to piggyback too much on Bannon’s speech, the principles he outlines and fights for transcend one little senate race in Alabama, but I said I’d come back to that race, and our loss there, in an article reflecting more specifically on the fall of Roy Moore’s candidacy, my views as to why it happened, what went wrong and so on. So here it is: as I said previously, it could have been worse than one seat. Much, much worse.

Trump could’ve appointed someone other than Sessions to run the Department of Justice, could’ve kept that seat from ever being in play, but then Democrats would’ve taken their desire to crucify and make an example out of GOP candidates to the 2018 races where multiple seats are in play. As it is, only one seat – one vote – was up for grabs and they used their most…

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Martin Luther King Jr. Is Now… Racist? WTF?

…via Dangerous, Milo Yianopoulos’s new multimedia platform, here’s what happened:

“YouTube restricted access to a video produced by the Capital Research Center, apparently for promoting Martin Luther King Jr.’s dangerous ideas on equality.

The platform’s new content guidelines are taking their toll on content creators, flagging otherwise innocuous videos as dangerous—and it’s impossible to tell if the video was automatically flagged by the system, or if a moderator made the call.

Last week, Joseph Klein produced a video called “Right-Wing or Left-Wing, Identity Politics is Destroying America” for Capital Research Center, an American conservative thinktank. Klein describes the three-minute video as a “critique of the identity politics driving liberals and conservatives even further apart.”

Klein makes the same case Martin Luther King Jr. did in his famous speech about judging people not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

Shortly after uploading it, YouTube placed the video in “limited content mode,” blocking it from view in the United Kingdom and 27 other countries.

In the United States and other countries where the video was still partially available, it was locked behind a warning message requiring users to sign in.

According to Klein, his video was twice given a manual review and confirmed to contain “inflammatory religious or supremacist content.” It was quietly reinstated after Fox News reached out to YouTube to inquire about the issue. Google claimed that the restriction was in error, which is unlikely, given the prior manual reviews.”

You can view the video in question if you read the article on Milo’s website, he includes the Facebook version of it which, for now, remains up for your viewing pleasure.

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Trawling through Facebook earlier today I came across this little gem, and while Milo has a knack for sensationalism he’s right to highlight this as an example of PC culture gone awry. It’s not an actual video of Dr. King, but it IS a video of the very same ideas on equality – on judging people by the content of their character rather than by the color of their skin – as expressed by Joseph Klein. He may be a different person, but he was making the same case Martin Luther King Jr. made in many of the speeches he gave.

…via Dangerous, Milo Yianopoulos’s new multimedia platform, here’s what happened:

“YouTube restricted access to a video produced by the Capital Research Center, apparently for promoting Martin Luther King Jr.’s dangerous ideas on equality.

The platform’s new content guidelines are taking their toll on content creators, flagging otherwise innocuous…

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Milo Yiannopoulos on Net Neutrality

I would also recommend checking out what Ben Shapiro, Steven Crowder, and – if you have the patience, his vids can be long sometimes but usually pretty accurate and informative – Stefan Molyneux have to say about the Net Neutrality regulations (circa Feb. 2015) being repealed. Worth checking out imo, and it also wouldn’t hurt to cross check their info with other sources, see who says what from various angles and slants. Judge for yourself 😉 .

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Early today Milo posted a short clip from his tour in Australia; in it he answered a question poised to him about net neutrality. You can watch it here:

Altogether a solid, concise explanation of why FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was right to move for a repeal of the 2015 “net neutrality” rules, restoring free market dynamics to the way the internet (along with its providers and its users) operates. That – not heavy handed regulation – is what’s going to ensure the internet continues to evolve, continues to be a market place of ideas, and continues to be a testament to the power, success, and the effectiveness of capitalism, competition, and the free market.

In other words, mark this down as (yet another!) big win for us – as customers, as company owners, and as individuals who want to operate in a free market. When it’s not actively sabotaged…

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