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For accuracy and facts:

 

Governor Evers of Wisconsin declared the State of Emergency on 25 August 2020 at 3pm .

 

This was also prior to the killings of 2 peaceful protesters who were not part of any lootings but had joined the peaceful protests of the Blake shooting incident by Kenosha police.

 

The Rittenhouse shootings of 2 protesters and the injury of a third by another shot of Rittenhouse happened just before midnight on 25 August 2020 to 26 August.

 

 

Kyle Rittenhouse shooting timeline:

A timeline of key events before and after Kyle Rittenhouse shot three people during a night of unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year:

 

Aug. 23, 2020


An officer responding to a reported domestic disturbance shoots Jacob Blake, a Black man, in the back as Blake was leaning into his vehicle. Bystander video captures the shooting, which left Blake partly paralyzed. Neighbors march to the Kenosha County Public Safety Building, where they face officers in riot gear.

 

Aug. 24


Police fire tear gas at hundreds of protesters who defied a curfew, threw bottles and shot fireworks at the courthouse. Crowds destroy dozens of buildings and set more than 30 fires. Gov. Tony Evers calls in the National Guard. The man who shot cellphone video of Blake's shooting says he saw Blake scuffling with officers and officers shouting "Drop the knife!," but that said he didn't see a knife in Blake's hands.
 

Aug. 25

Blake's family calls for calm. Calls go out on social media, including on a page run by the "Kenosha Guard," for people to "take up arms" and help defend the city from "thugs." Demonstrations are held for a third night, with gunshots heard and people seen carrying long guns and other weapons. Shortly before midnight, two people - Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26 - are shot dead and a third, Gaige Grosskreutz, 26, is wounded.

Aug. 26


Authorities say they are seeking a possible vigilante seen on cellphone video opening fire with a rifle. Police in Illinois announce the arrest of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, of Antioch, which is about 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Kenosha.

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On 11/23/2021 at 1:45 AM, 7heaven said:

Someone already pointed out that State of Emergency was declared in 23Aug2020 but the Democrat Governor of Wisconsin only send National Guards on 24Aug2020. I

 

This also contradicts the facts.

 

State of Emergency was only declared on 25 August 2020 around 3pm in Wisconsin. 

 

This point is vastly irrelevant as it was already sufficiently evidenced that you posted 2 additional untruths (among all the other 1000 untruths you had posted in the past at this thread).

 

There is no need to sidetrack to other parts when your lies on Kenosha and the activation of the National Guard by Wisconsin Governor are already exposed for every reader of BW. 

 

 

You can stop your attempts to distract from your posting of lies as you have already been caught. Nobody needs your new storylines when obviously you posted untruths!

 

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On 11/23/2021 at 1:30 AM, singalion said:

Here everyone at BW can see that 7heaven posted untruths by misrepresenting the facts that Wisconsin governor Elvers had already activated the National Guard prior to the Rittenhouse Kenosha killings:

 

At no point 7heaven mentioned in his post one single time that the Wisconsin governor called the National Guard but with too low numbers or anything such.

 

 

 

 

 

All posts paint a picture as if the Wisconsin Governor had not called any National Guard Troopers at all.

 

This was a lie posted by 7heaven!

 

 

 

Yawn ... the posts you mentioned paint a picture as if the Wisconsin Governor had not called any National Guard Troopers ... only to readers as retarded as you are. 

 

"The governor of Wisconsin who happened to be a Democrat did not act swiftly enough to bring in the National Guards" = he did bring them in, just not swiftly enough... 

 

Of course the "Democrat governor of Wisconsin was negligent in not calling for National Guard to protect Kenosha". How can he think those 125 National Guards can protect the entire city? Are they Spartans? 

 

On 11/23/2021 at 12:55 AM, singalion said:

 

I admit my honest error, which was not meant to distort facts: Blake was shot 7 times by a police officer into the back.


Here everyone at BW can see that singaliar posted untruths by misrepresenting the facts that Blake was  dead. 

 

But it comes to everyone's utmost pleasure when we can catch you red handed on your truth distortions and when it is terribly obvious that you sat up on one of your "accepted" media posts, which turn out to be untruths!

 

Because this shows to all BW readers how you stand with the truth!

 

On 11/23/2021 at 1:30 AM, singalion said:

Here everyone at BW can see that 7heaven posted untruths by misrepresenting the facts that Wisconsin governor Elvers had already activated the National Guard prior to the Rittenhouse Kenosha killings:

 

At no point 7heaven mentioned in his post one single time that the Wisconsin governor called the National Guard but with too low numbers or anything such.

 

 

 

 

 

All posts paint a picture as if the Wisconsin Governor had not called any National Guard Troopers at all.

 

This was a lie posted by 7heaven!

 

 

 

Yawn ... the posts you mentioned paint a picture as if the Wisconsin Governor had not called any National Guard Troopers ... only to readers as retarded as you are. 

 

"The governor of Wisconsin who happened to be a Democrat did not act swiftly enough to bring in the National Guards" = he did bring them in, just not swiftly enough... 

 

Of course the "Democrat governor of Wisconsin was negligent in not calling for National Guard to protect Kenosha". How can he think those 125 National Guards can protect the entire city? Are they Spartans? 

 

On 11/23/2021 at 12:55 AM, singalion said:

 

I admit my honest error, which was not meant to distort facts: Blake was shot 7 times by a police officer into the back.


Here everyone at BW can see that singaliar posted untruths by misrepresenting the facts that Blake was  dead. 

 

But it comes to everyone's utmost pleasure when we can catch you red handed on your truth distortions and when it is terribly obvious that you sat up on one of your "accepted" media posts, which turn out to be untruths!

 

Because this shows to all BW readers how you stand with the truth!

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On 11/23/2021 at 1:50 AM, singalion said:

For accuracy and facts:

 

Governor Evers of Wisconsin declared the State of Emergency on 25 August 2020 at 3pm .

 

This was also prior to the killings of 2 peaceful protesters who were not part of any lootings but had joined the peaceful protests of the Blake shooting incident by Kenosha police.

 

The Rittenhouse shootings of 2 protesters and the injury of a third by another shot of Rittenhouse happened just before midnight on 25 August 2020 to 26 August.

 

 

Kyle Rittenhouse shooting timeline:

A timeline of key events before and after Kyle Rittenhouse shot three people during a night of unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year:

 

Aug. 23, 2020


An officer responding to a reported domestic disturbance shoots Jacob Blake, a Black man, in the back as Blake was leaning into his vehicle. Bystander video captures the shooting, which left Blake partly paralyzed. Neighbors march to the Kenosha County Public Safety Building, where they face officers in riot gear.

 

Aug. 24


Police fire tear gas at hundreds of protesters who defied a curfew, threw bottles and shot fireworks at the courthouse. Crowds destroy dozens of buildings and set more than 30 fires. Gov. Tony Evers calls in the National Guard. The man who shot cellphone video of Blake's shooting says he saw Blake scuffling with officers and officers shouting "Drop the knife!," but that said he didn't see a knife in Blake's hands.
 

Aug. 25

Blake's family calls for calm. Calls go out on social media, including on a page run by the "Kenosha Guard," for people to "take up arms" and help defend the city from "thugs." Demonstrations are held for a third night, with gunshots heard and people seen carrying long guns and other weapons. Shortly before midnight, two people - Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26 - are shot dead and a third, Gaige Grosskreutz, 26, is wounded.

Aug. 26


Authorities say they are seeking a possible vigilante seen on cellphone video opening fire with a rifle. Police in Illinois announce the arrest of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, of Antioch, which is about 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Kenosha.

 

On 11/23/2021 at 1:59 AM, singalion said:

 

This also contradicts the facts.

 

State of Emergency was only declared on 25 August 2020 around 3pm in Wisconsin. 

 

This point is vastly irrelevant as it was already sufficiently evidenced that you posted 2 additional untruths (among all the other 1000 untruths you had posted in the past at this thread).

 

There is no need to sidetrack to other parts when your lies on Kenosha and the activation of the National Guard by Wisconsin Governor are already exposed for every reader of BW. 

 

 

WHAT?? So, you mean Gov. Tony Evers only called in the National Guard on the 25 Aug after Blake was shot and riot police faced off the rioter on the 23 Aug , and after the Crowds destroy dozens of buildings and set more than 30 fires on the 24 Aug?

 

And to make it worse, he only declared the declared the State of Emergency 2 DAYS LATER after the riot police had to face off the rioters on 25 August 2020 at 3pm in the AFTERNOON

 

 

Thank you soooo much for scoring into your own goal and telling us just how "swiftly" that Democrat Governor works. 

 

 

( Oh... as for the 23 Aug 2020 date which Wikipedia listed as the date that the Governor called the State of Emergency, please bring that up to Wikipedia to complain and tell them that it was already sufficiently evidenced that Wikipedia posted X additional untruths (among all the other 1000 untruths, OK? 

 

"A state of emergency was declared on August 23, and the National Guard was activated the following day."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenosha_unrest )

 

 

 

 

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On 11/23/2021 at 2:11 AM, singalion said:

Amazing when 7heaven now needs interpretators of his own posts.

 

Maybe we need to assume something else also....

 

 

 

Nothing amazing to know that nobody even reads @singaliar's posts to do any interpretation for him at all. 

 

We can safely assume that he has no friends, no acquaintances and everybody hates him online enough for everyone to ignore his posts ... except for those like me who is just having so much fun bashing him left, right, center all over the place.. 

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On 11/23/2021 at 12:16 AM, Steve5380 said:

With true democracy,  Hillary would have won,  and pussy-grabber Trump would have had to console himself with his dildo. :lol:

 

Why? You hoping for true democracy to win Hillary some pussy-licker, now that her husband won himself a blowjob giver in the office? Pussy grabber seems pretty mild by all counts. 

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On 11/22/2021 at 5:48 PM, 7heaven said:

 The governor of Wisconsin who happened to be a Democrat did not act swiftly enough to bring in the National Guards and allowed rioters, looters to set fire on properties and businesses belonging to honest civilians. 

 

 

 

On 11/22/2021 at 7:16 PM, 7heaven said:

It’s reported in the news that the Democrat governor of Wisconsin was negligent in not calling for National Guard to protect Kenosha. If he had done so, there won’t be riots and looters and all the unrest in Kenosha. 

 

"did not act swiftly to bring in the national guards"

 

governor of Wisconsin was negligent in not calling for National Guard to protect Kenosha.

 

...

 

Social media users claim that if the National Guard had been called to Kenosha during the protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake, Kyle Rittenhouse would not have been able to shoot three people, e.g.:

“500 National Guardsmen being called to Kenosha ahead of the Rittenhouse verdict. Had they done this in the first place, there wouldn’t have been a trial.”

 

 

 

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Wisconsin Governor Declares State of Emergency

Published August 25, 2020

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has declared a state of emergency in the midst of ongoing protests across the state following the police shooting of a Black man in Kenosha over the weekend.

The executive order, issued Tuesday afternoon, will direct state agencies to "continue assisting the state response."

Evers had already increased the presence of the Wisconsin National Guard earlier Tuesday.

Evers first activated the National Guard Monday.

 

 

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Wisconsin Governor Declares State of Emergency Over Kenosha Protests

August 25, 2020

The Democratic governor of Wisconsin declared a state of emergency Tuesday afternoon in reaction to violence and vandalism in Kenosha after a Black man was shot in the back by police, sparking unrest in the southeast Wisconsin city and nationwide.

 

Governor Tony Evers responded by declaring a state of emergency on Tuesday, one day after mobilizing members of the Wisconsin National Guard to protect critical infrastructure and assist Kenosha law enforcement in keeping the protests safe and law-abiding.

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On 11/23/2021 at 3:06 AM, singalion said:

Wisconsin Governor Declares State of Emergency

Published August 25, 2020

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has declared a state of emergency in the midst of ongoing protests across the state following the police shooting of a Black man in Kenosha over the weekend.

The executive order, issued Tuesday afternoon, will direct state agencies to "continue assisting the state response."

Evers had already increased the presence of the Wisconsin National Guard earlier Tuesday.

Evers first activated the National Guard Monday.

 

 

 

On 11/23/2021 at 3:10 AM, singalion said:

Wisconsin Governor Declares State of Emergency Over Kenosha Protests

August 25, 2020

The Democratic governor of Wisconsin declared a state of emergency Tuesday afternoon in reaction to violence and vandalism in Kenosha after a Black man was shot in the back by police, sparking unrest in the southeast Wisconsin city and nationwide.

 

Governor Tony Evers responded by declaring a state of emergency on Tuesday, one day after mobilizing members of the Wisconsin National Guard to protect critical infrastructure and assist Kenosha law enforcement in keeping the protests safe and law-abiding.

 

And how many DAYS of rioting and burning of properties and looting of stores and shops actually occurred BEFORE the State of Emergency was declared and the National Guard deployed? Like what everyone had said, if the State of Emergency had been declared earlier and the National Guard had been deployed earlier, the riots would have calmed down earlier and the Kyle Rittenhouse shooting would not have occurred. 

 

What was the Democrat Governor doing during those days in between? Sleeping? Having another senile moment like Biden?  

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On 11/22/2021 at 5:11 AM, singalion said:

Guess that sums it up quite brilliantly: / 8 November, 2021 / Ngo is a terrorist. He incites violence and hatred with lies and deliberately incendiary outbursts. He puts himself in the middle of situations with the sole purpose of creating controversy and stirring emotions. He eschews facts and cares not about you or his cause. he is a professional shh it disturber. For those of you who champion Ngo's "work" while deriding protesters from the "other side", you might want to ask yourself if you are capable of being objective.

 

Andy Ngo is a self-loathing Vietnamese-American masochist who boasts an insatiable and unquenchable desire to render himself subservient to white penises. He seems to think that, by slaving away as a foot soldier in the right wing effort to reassert white supremacy as the bedrock of American society, he will curry favor from that small portion of right wingers who are not 100% racist and might enjoy having a submissive Asian around to use and abuse any way they want. Ngo is no better than the few Singaporeans who wanted our nation to remain a weak British colony until the end of time. Screw all of them.

 

Just to be clear, I don't really care if Ngo is a Vietnamese-American bottom only attracted to white tops ("potato queen"), regardless of how many Grindr profiles that contain the phrase "No Asians" he happens to scroll across. The problem with someone like him is the willingness to lie, fabricate, and distort the truth in hopes that such acts will improve his social life. I am not saying he should date other Asians, Hispanics, or Blacks ... and can understand if he was traumatized and turned off due to bullying from macho boys of "darker" races as an effiminate high school student ... but his current path in life is pathetic.

 

People like Andy Ngo and any other non-white individuals, and really all women of every race, need to wake up and see that they are being used to further the ideas of white straight male supremacy and extreme right wing fascism. If the powers behind the curtain ever wind up taking contol of the United States and European Union, shills like Ngo will be discarded as soon as they no longer serve any useful purpose, and have nowhere to turn for help after their illusions of personal gain have been shattered. Blacks protesting police brutality will be a quaint memory if a Fourth Reich is busy dispensing of everybody in its way.

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The suspect who ploughed through the Waukesha Christmas parade recklessly killing 5 and injuring many others recently was released on a measly bail sum of $1,000 after running over a woman. 
 

The district attorney office deciding the bail is a Democrat. Where is the outrage and calling for bail reform from Biden and Kamala, CNN and other media gang condemning the massive misjudgment from the district attorney? 

 

 

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On 11/23/2021 at 9:14 AM, Guest Guest said:

 

Oh puuuuulease... The movement started as early as April and May, way before the Rittenhouse shooting. 

 

Oh puuuuulese...  Your mind has degenerated to a point that you don't perceive time and the principle of cause-and-effect.

 

The tweets Guest Meanly Preacher posted are right on the mark.  Critical Race Theory is not a consequence of Rittenhouse, but Rittenhouse seems to be a product of what this critical race theory teaches. 

 

What does it teach?   SIMPLE HISTORIC FACTS.  And I like the most this tweet where someone reveals that:

 

"America was founded by SLAVE OWNERS who wanted to be free"!  :lol:  This is so TRUE!

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Great job Biden ! Another achievement in your horrible administration.  Keep it up ! Americans should take note and take it to the next mid term elections. 

 

Despite vaccines, the US has lost more lives to Covid-19 this year than last

 

White flags, representing the Americans who died because of Covid-19, are seen near the Washington Monument. White flags, representing the Americans who died because of Covid-19, are seen near the Washington Monument.PHOTO: AFP

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NEW YORK (NYTIMES) - This was supposed to be the year vaccines brought the pandemic under control. Instead, more people in the United States have died from Covid-19 this year than last year, before vaccines were available.

 

As of Tuesday (Nov 23), the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention had recorded 386,233 deaths involving Covid-19 in 2021, compared with 385,343 in 2020. The final number for this year will be higher, not only because there is more than a month left but because it takes time for local agencies to report deaths to the CDC.

 

Covid-19 has also accounted for a higher percentage of US deaths this year than it did last year: about 13 per cent compared with 11 per cent.

 

Experts say the higher death toll is a result of a confluence of factors: most crucially lower-than-needed vaccination rates, but also the relaxation of everyday precautions, like masks and social distancing, and the rise of the highly contagious Delta variant.

 

Essentially, public health experts said, many Americans are behaving as if Covid-19 is now a manageable, endemic disease rather than a crisis - a transition that will happen eventually but has not happened yet.

 

Yet many are also refusing to get vaccinated in the numbers required to make that transition to what scientists call "endemicity", which would mean the virus would still circulate at a lower level with periodic increases and decreases but not spike in the devastating cycles that have characterised the pandemic.

 

Just 59 per cent of Americans are fully vaccinated, the lowest rate of any Group of 7 major industrialised nation.

 

"We have the very unfortunate situation of not a high level of vaccine coverage and basically, in most places, a return to normal behaviours that put people at greater risk of coming in contact with the virus," said Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, a public health researcher and senior scholar at Johns Hopkins Centre for Health Security. "If you take no protections whatsoever, you have a virus that is capable of moving faster and you have dangerous gaps in immunity, that adds up to, unfortunately, a lot of continued serious illness and deaths."

Dr Celine Gounder, an infectious disease specialist at Bellevue Hospital Centre, estimated that roughly 15 per cent of the US population might have immunity from prior infection, which is not as strong or durable as immunity from vaccines.

 

Many of those people have also been vaccinated, but even assuming the two groups didn't overlap and so 74 per cent of Americans had some level of immunity, that still would not be enough to end the pandemic, said Dr Gounder. It would probably take an 85 per cent to 90 per cent vaccination rate to make the coronavirus endemic, she said.

 

"When vaccines rolled out, people in their minds said, 'Covid is over'," Dr Gounder said. "And so even if not enough people are vaccinated, their behaviour returned - at least for some people - to more normal, and with that changing behaviour you have an increase in transmission."

 

Some news outlets reported last week that confirmed 2021 deaths had surpassed 2020 deaths. Those reports stemmed from counts of deaths based on when the deaths were reported, not when they happened - meaning some deaths from late 2020 were counted in early 2021.

 

The CDC counts, which did not show that mark being reached until this week, are more accurate because they are based on the dates on death certificates.

 

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Just wonder how anyone can blame Biden for the Covid deaths since  20 Jan 2021, when Biden was the one who instituted various bills on Covid such as mandatory mask wearing in Federal buildings and pushed a vaccination campaign while it were Republican governors like Abbott and Santis and sorts who preferred a policy of the "free right of Americans to die from Covid freely at their own free will".

Also look at the anti vaccination propaganda widely echoed, supported and spread by Republicans.

 

Take a look how Abbott obstructed such a small thing as mask wearing in schools.

 

https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/politics/2021/08/20/406474/how-we-got-here-a-timeline-of-gov-greg-abbotts-covid-policies/

 

and he went on to dismantle the Federal covid measures on vaccination requirements at work places.

 

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On October 11, 2021, Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-40, which states that no entity in Texas can “compel” any individual, including any employee or consumer, to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

 

The newspaper article posted here does not mention Biden as cause of deaths but instead:

 

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Experts say the higher death toll is a result of a confluence of factors: most crucially lower-than-needed vaccination rates, but also the relaxation of everyday precautions, like masks and social distancing, and the rise of the highly contagious Delta variant.

 

Essentially, public health experts said, many Americans are behaving as if Covid-19 is now a manageable, endemic disease rather than a crisis - a transition that will happen eventually but has not happened yet.

 

 

 

Learn to read first! And then blame those politicians that take every effort to obstruct Federal bills on covid on US state's level, then lastly look at their party affiliation.

 

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 4:33 AM, Steve5380 said:

 

Oh puuuuulese...  Your mind has degenerated to a point that you don't perceive time and the principle of cause-and-effect.

 

The tweets Guest Meanly Preacher posted are right on the mark.  Critical Race Theory is not a consequence of Rittenhouse, but Rittenhouse seems to be a product of what this critical race theory teaches. 

 

What does it teach?   SIMPLE HISTORIC FACTS.  And I like the most this tweet where someone reveals that:

 

"America was founded by SLAVE OWNERS who wanted to be free"!  :lol:  This is so TRUE!


Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the recent Christmas parade killing in Waukesha, Wisconsin is the product of Critical Race Theory because he was granted measly bail amounts by activist district attorneys despite having committed violent crimes. 
 

Brooks mercilessly ploughed his car and killed 5 people. These 5 people were not using skateboard to hit Brooks or pointing any guns at Brooks or setting buildings on fire or smashing cars. These 5 were performing at a Christmas parade. Biden and Kamala Harris are not calling for bail reform. The left wing extremists and media buddies are not calling for bail reform as well. Is it because this incident does not fit their agenda and narrative?

 

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On 2 November, Mr Brooks was arrested on domestic violence charges after he allegedly tried to run over the mother of his child. 

He was charged with recklessly endangering safety, felony bail jumping, battery, obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct.

Brooks posted the $1,000 bond and was released on 11 November. 

<p>Darrell Brooks in a mugshot from an earlier arrest </p>
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On 11/23/2021 at 7:57 PM, 7heaven said:


Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the recent Christmas parade killing in Waukesha, Wisconsin is the product of Critical Race Theory because he was granted measly bail amounts by activist district attorneys despite having committed violent crimes. 
 

Brooks mercilessly ploughed his car and killed 5 people. These 5 people were not using skateboard to hit Brooks or pointing any guns at Brooks or setting buildings on fire or smashing cars. These 5 were performing at a Christmas parade. Biden and Kamala Harris are not calling for bail reform. The left wing extremists and media buddies are not calling for bail reform as well. Is it because this incident does not fit their agenda and narrative?

 

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On 2 November, Mr Brooks was arrested on domestic violence charges after he allegedly tried to run over the mother of his child. 

He was charged with recklessly endangering safety, felony bail jumping, battery, obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct.

Brooks posted the $1,000 bond and was released on 11 November. 

<p>Darrell Brooks in a mugshot from an earlier arrest </p>

 

 

I fully agree with you that the release of Brooks on bail was a travesty.  Now one more victim of his actions has died, a child.  The fact that he tried to run someone over should have been a bright alarm that this individual is a danger to society.  How could they release him ???

 

The premise "innocent until proven guilty" is an aberration.  It should be:  "under suspicion until proven guilty or innocent".  The "under suspicion" means that he should be held in custody if what he is accused of having done shows that he can be a danger to society.  

 

Mr. Brooks is not a product of Critical Race Theory, which merely teaches how minorities have been discriminated. A White guy would have been treated the same. This bleeding-heart emotional stupidity of "innocent until proven guilty" is the harmful fantasy.  Someone indicted of some charges is not innocent anymore. The status "indicted" means that there is suspicion, probability that a crime was committed.  You and I we are innocent.  Mr. Brooks IS NOT innocent now and until some jury in some future trial finds him guilty.  There is evidence that he is guilty as hell,  just a necessary formality (his trial) has not started and ended yet.

 

Wisconsin does not have the death penalty.  This means that if Brooks is found guilty, we taxpayers will have to give him shelter and feed him probably for the rest of his life.  :angry:

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On 11/24/2021 at 9:57 AM, 7heaven said:

Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the recent Christmas parade killing in Waukesha, Wisconsin is the product of Critical Race Theory because he was granted measly bail amounts by activist district attorneys despite having committed violent crimes. 
 

 

Any evidence that district attorney's acted on the basis of Critical Race Theory?

 

In fact your above post is just best evidence that you blatantly don't even know what the Critical Race Theory is about.

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On 11/24/2021 at 9:57 AM, 7heaven said:

Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the recent Christmas parade killing in Waukesha, Wisconsin is the product of Critical Race Theory because he was granted measly bail amounts by activist district attorneys despite having committed violent crimes. 
 

 

Also your post is splendid evidence of your inconsistencies in arguing and reasoning.

 

Just some weeks ago you blamed Biden (the one who implemented the policy was in fact Obama) that he introduced criminal procedures and a harsh criminal policy that focused more stringent or hit harsher on African Americans and seemed to have

 

with your claim and critic on Obama's policy  you said that you don't support any too harsh policy on criminals and potential criminals.

 

What do you want then? More lenient policy of Black offenders or more harsh policies.

 

Your line of reasoning doesn't make up at all.

 

You must make up your mind but cannot just post such clear contradictions and inconsistencies in your line of arguing here just as it fits your overall goal to blame.

 

BW readers please see the evident contradictions of 7heaven and his trait to take anything to put blame on others, even if he has to betray his own shouted "principles" on BW with contradictions in reasoning.

 

You can't take one penny of this 7heaven for serious!

 

No worries, I will always make an extra effort to pull you , 7heaven,  through your own contradictory statements at BW and make it obvious for all BW readers how you politicise this forum.

 

 

 

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 9:57 AM, 7heaven said:

Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the recent Christmas parade killing in Waukesha, Wisconsin is the product of Critical Race Theory because he was granted measly bail amounts by activist district attorneys despite having committed violent crimes. 
 

 

By the way it is unfair to blame the District Attorney and paint him as Activist.

 

He certainly is not to blame as he is the one who says that the country's bail proposals are set too low since 2007.

 

District attorneys act on Federal or State laws and not on their own discretion when it comes to issuing bails.

He is just doing his job in executing what has been decided.

 

Reviewing the pending charges against Brooks, which include battery and recklessly endangering safety, the district attorney said that the $1,000 cash bail set for Brooks on November 5—which he posted November 11—was too low.

"The State's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks," District Attorney John Chisholm said Monday in a statement.

Chrisholms statement already shows that he himself does not favour such light bail conditions.

 

Don't contribute to unfairly blame innocent office takers who just do their jobs.

Blame those people who set these rules.

 

 

But I know why you and Fox News and the sorts are hitting on this District Attorney:

 

a) Because they don't mind to make news headlines on the damage of individuals and even taking in account harassment or death threats on such office takers

b) only because of partisan affiliations.

c) and because it is always good to find a bogeyman.

 

Your inappropriate blame shaming and slogan shouting (such as "activist" ) is another sign of your immature characteristic and lack of intellect.

 

Don't switch off your brain when you post here and just copy nonsense from right wing twitter posts, be smarter and verify first.

 

The District Attorney does not set the bail rules!!!

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 11:50 AM, Steve5380 said:

I fully agree with you that the release of Brooks on bail was a travesty.  Now one more victim of his actions has died, a child.  The fact that he tried to run someone over should have been a bright alarm that this individual is a danger to society.  How could they release him ???

 

 

Your word travesty is inappropriate here. It was not a travesty but District Attorneys following the rules set by the US State.

 

The State rules  or Federal rules on bail amounts and release seem not adequate in that state.

 

What I don't understand why this Brooks was not brought to a mental facility.

His mental issues are evident.

[But I would need to research, whether the State's rules permit for critical people being admitted to such facilities, if advised...]

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 12:04 PM, singalion said:

Just some weeks ago you blamed Biden (the one who implemented the policy was in fact Obama) that he introduced criminal procedures and a harsh criminal policy that focused more stringent or hit harsher on African Americans and seemed to have

 

with your claim and critic on Obama's policy  you said that you don't support any too harsh policy on criminals and potential criminals.

 

What do you want then? More lenient policy of Black offenders or more harsh policies.

 

Your line of reasoning doesn't make up at all.

 

You must make up your mind but cannot just post such clear contradictions and inconsistencies in your line of arguing here just as it fits your overall goal to blame.

 

BW readers please see the evident contradictions of 7heaven and his trait to take anything to put blame on others, even if he has to betray his own shouted "principles" on BW with contradictions in reasoning.

 

You can't take one penny of this 7heaven for serious!

 

No worries, I will always make an extra effort to pull you , 7heaven,  through your own contradictory statements at BW and make it obvious for all BW readers how you politicise this forum.

 

Take a look at just the post above. What on earth is all that incoherent blabbering talking about?

 

What is "you blamed Biden (the one who implemented the policy was in fact Obama) that he introduced criminal procedures and a harsh criminal policy that focused more stringent or hit harsher on African Americans and seemed to have .... with your claim and critic on Obama's policy  you said that you don't support any too harsh policy on criminals and potential criminals" 

 

Isn't it YOUR line of reasoning that doesn't make sense at all? 

 

Aren't YOU  the one who cannot make up your mind and just posting such unclear contradictions and inconsistencies? 

 

BW readers, please see the evident stupor from @singaliar and his trait to be high on drugs, even while he comes here to be shouting "principles" on BW with contradictions in reasoning.

 

You can't take one penny of this @singaliar for real!

 

No worries, many people will always make an extra effort to put @singaliar through his own contradictory statements at BW and make it obvious for all BW readers how he spread lies on this forum

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On 11/24/2021 at 11:54 AM, singalion said:

 

Any evidence that district attorney's acted on the basis of Critical Race Theory?

 

In fact your above post is just best evidence that you blatantly don't even know what the Critical Race Theory is about.

 

Hey @Guest Meanly Preacher, using @singalion's words on you, any evidence that the judge and jury's acted on the basis of Critical Race Theory? In fact your post below is just best evidence that you blatantly don't even know what the Critical Race Theory is about.

 

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 11:50 AM, Steve5380 said:

 

 

I fully agree with you that the release of Brooks on bail was a travesty.  Now one more victim of his actions has died, a child.  The fact that he tried to run someone over should have been a bright alarm that this individual is a danger to society.  How could they release him ???

 

The premise "innocent until proven guilty" is an aberration.  It should be:  "under suspicion until proven guilty or innocent".  The "under suspicion" means that he should be held in custody if what he is accused of having done shows that he can be a danger to society.  

 

Mr. Brooks is not a product of Critical Race Theory, which merely teaches how minorities have been discriminated. A White guy would have been treated the same. This bleeding-heart emotional stupidity of "innocent until proven guilty" is the harmful fantasy.  Someone indicted of some charges is not innocent anymore. The status "indicted" means that there is suspicion, probability that a crime was committed.  You and I we are innocent.  Mr. Brooks IS NOT innocent now and until some jury in some future trial finds him guilty.  There is evidence that he is guilty as hell,  just a necessary formality (his trial) has not started and ended yet.

 

Wisconsin does not have the death penalty.  This means that if Brooks is found guilty, we taxpayers will have to give him shelter and feed him probably for the rest of his life.  :angry:


Yes, Darrell Brooks measly bail amount is precisely because of Critical Race Theory (CRT) where activist district attorneys got influenced by what CRT expunged. 
 

It is up to Biden’s Attorney General whether he wants to prosecute and charge Darrell Brooks for the killing of 5people under domestic terrorism which is a federal crime and believe it will attract the death penalty. 

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On 11/24/2021 at 11:54 AM, singalion said:

 

Any evidence that district attorney's acted on the basis of Critical Race Theory?

 

In fact your above post is just best evidence that you blatantly don't even know what the Critical Race Theory is about.


Any evidence to suggest the district attorney’s act was not based on Critical Race Theory? 
 

In fact your above post is just best evidence that you blatantly don’t even know what Critical Race Theory is about. 

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:37 PM, 7heaven said:


Any evidence to suggest the district attorney’s act was not based on Critical Race Theory? 
 

In fact your above post is just best evidence that you blatantly don’t even know what Critical Race Theory is about. 

 

I have indicated the evidence already while your initial own post was just unsubstantiated blabber.

 

Read my post again. I guess most other BW readers found the evidence I quoted.

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 12:04 PM, singalion said:

 

 

 

Also your post is splendid evidence of your inconsistencies in arguing and reasoning.

 

Just some weeks ago you blamed Biden (the one who implemented the policy was in fact Obama) that he introduced criminal procedures and a harsh criminal policy that focused more stringent or hit harsher on African Americans and seemed to have

 

with your claim and critic on Obama's policy  you said that you don't support any too harsh policy on criminals and potential criminals.

 

What do you want then? More lenient policy of Black offenders or more harsh policies.

 

Your line of reasoning doesn't make up at all.

 

You must make up your mind but cannot just post such clear contradictions and inconsistencies in your line of arguing here just as it fits your overall goal to blame.

 

BW readers please see the evident contradictions of 7heaven and his trait to take anything to put blame on others, even if he has to betray his own shouted "principles" on BW with contradictions in reasoning.

 

You can't take one penny of this 7heaven for serious!

 

No worries, I will always make an extra effort to pull you , 7heaven,  through your own contradictory statements at BW and make it obvious for all BW readers how you politicise this forum.

 


Lol. Again you are using your usual tactic of attributing things to others when they did not even say or mention at all. 

Specifically I did not even remotely mention or say this and singalion can recklessly falsely accuse me of saying this: 

On 11/24/2021 at 12:04 PM, singalion said:

Just some weeks ago you blamed Biden (the one who implemented the policy was in fact Obama) that he introduced criminal procedures and a harsh criminal policy that focused more stringent or hit harsher on African Americans and seemed to have

 

with your claim and critic on Obama's policy  you said that you don't support any too harsh policy on criminals and potential criminals.


Right now, singalion is  not even bothered to misinterpret people’s posts, he will just flat out attribute things to others when they did not even say those stuff. 
 

BW readers, pls see the evident unscrupulous tactics singalion will make just to fit his agenda and narrative. 

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:35 PM, 7heaven said:

Yes, Darrell Brooks measly bail amount is precisely because of Critical Race Theory (CRT) where activist district attorneys got influenced by what CRT expunged. 

 

Your post is still lacking any evidence that any activist district attorney acted.

 

If you call activist if a District Attorney applies the law based on given State regulations, then every District Attorney should be an activist.

 

As written so often before, repeating your nonsense slogans does not create substantiation or found them on facts but they just remain what they are immature silly unreflected slogans.

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:43 PM, 7heaven said:

Lol. Again you are using your usual tactic of attributing things to others when they did not even say or mention at all. 

 

On 11/24/2021 at 1:43 PM, 7heaven said:

Right now, singalion is  not even bothered to misinterpret people’s posts, he will just flat out attribute things to others when they did not even say those stuff. 

 

 

Need me to look it up and quote it here?

 

Better don't ask me to do as I might find other embarrassing posts from you on this subject.

 

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 12:15 PM, singalion said:

 

 

By the way it is unfair to blame the District Attorney and paint him as Activist.

 

He certainly is not to blame as he is the one who says that the country's bail proposals are set too low since 2007.

 

District attorneys act on Federal or State laws and not on their own discretion when it comes to issuing bails.

He is just doing his job in executing what has been decided.

 

Reviewing the pending charges against Brooks, which include battery and recklessly endangering safety, the district attorney said that the $1,000 cash bail set for Brooks on November 5—which he posted November 11—was too low.

"The State's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks," District Attorney John Chisholm said Monday in a statement.

Chrisholms statement already shows that he himself does not favour such light bail conditions.

 

Don't contribute to unfairly blame innocent office takers who just do their jobs.

Blame those people who set these rules.

 

 

But I know why you and Fox News and the sorts are hitting on this District Attorney:

 

a) Because they don't mind to make news headlines on the damage of individuals and even taking in account harassment or death threats on such office takers

b) only because of partisan affiliations.

c) and because it is always good to find a bogeyman.

 

Your inappropriate blame shaming and slogan shouting (such as "activist" ) is another sign of your immature characteristic and lack of intellect.

 

Don't switch off your brain when you post here and just copy nonsense from right wing twitter posts, be smarter and verify first.

 

The District Attorney does not set the bail rules!!!

 


It was only after Darrell Brooks drove into the Christmas parading killing 5 innocent people that the Democrat District Attorney John Chisholm said "The State's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks,". 
 

John Chisholm being the District Attorney represents the State. His first words “The State…” seem that he is trying to distant himself when in fact he runs the office representing the State.
 

Next, what else could he gave said in light of 5deaths? Will he double down and defend Brooks’ bailed amount of $1000 was appropriate and correct?

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:41 PM, singalion said:

 

I have indicated the evidence already while your initial own post was just unsubstantiated blabber.

 

Read my post again. I guess most other BW readers found the evidence I quoted.

 


My post had substantiation just that nobody can help it if you refuse to acknowledge it.

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:37 PM, 7heaven said:


Any evidence to suggest the district attorney’s act was not based on Critical Race Theory? 
 

In fact your above post is just best evidence that you blatantly don’t even know what Critical Race Theory is about. 

 

 

it is so obvious that you don't know what Critical Race theory is about.

 

But go ahead and embarrass yourself even further here at BW.

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:44 PM, singalion said:

 

Your post is still lacking any evidence that any activist district attorney acted.

 

If you call activist if a District Attorney applies the law based on given State regulations, then every District Attorney should be an activist.

 

As written so often before, repeating your nonsense slogans does not create substantiation or found them on facts but they just remain what they are immature silly unreflected slogans.

 


There is substantiation just that such substantiation don’t fit into your own imagined narrative. Can’t help you. 
 

You are confusing state regulations and discretion of what is allowed under state regulations. Activist district attorney will be influenced by Critical Race Theory to offer low bail amounts. State regulations allow bail and it also allows discretion to set the bail amounts. 

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On 11/24/2021 at 12:15 PM, singalion said:

 

 

By the way it is unfair to blame the District Attorney and paint him as Activist.

 

He certainly is not to blame as he is the one who says that the country's bail proposals are set too low since 2007.

 

District attorneys act on Federal or State laws and not on their own discretion when it comes to issuing bails.

He is just doing his job in executing what has been decided.

 

Reviewing the pending charges against Brooks, which include battery and recklessly endangering safety, the district attorney said that the $1,000 cash bail set for Brooks on November 5—which he posted November 11—was too low.

"The State's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks," District Attorney John Chisholm said Monday in a statement.

Chrisholms statement already shows that he himself does not favour such light bail conditions.

 

Don't contribute to unfairly blame innocent office takers who just do their jobs.

Blame those people who set these rules.

 

 

But I know why you and Fox News and the sorts are hitting on this District Attorney:

 

a) Because they don't mind to make news headlines on the damage of individuals and even taking in account harassment or death threats on such office takers

b) only because of partisan affiliations.

c) and because it is always good to find a bogeyman.

 

Your inappropriate blame shaming and slogan shouting (such as "activist" ) is another sign of your immature characteristic and lack of intellect.

 

Don't switch off your brain when you post here and just copy nonsense from right wing twitter posts, be smarter and verify first.

 

The District Attorney does not set the bail rules!!!

 

 

"The District Attorney does not set the bail rules"???  Oh,  let's see now ... the current State of Wisconsin in the year 2021: 

 

Governor = Democrat

Lieutenant Governor = Democrat

Secretary of State = Democrat

Attorney General = Democrat

Treasurer = Democrat

Superintendant of Public Instruction = Democrat

U.S. Senator = Democrat

 

No matter who you wanna pass the blame to ..(guess what, idiot?) .. the blame still lies squarely on the Democrats! 

 

Don't switch off your brain when you post here, be smarter and THINK first.

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:54 PM, singalion said:

 

 

it is so obvious that you don't know what Critical Race theory is about.

 

But go ahead and embarrass yourself even further here at BW.


It is more obvious you are oblivious to what Critical Race Theory is about. 
 

But go ahead and embarrass yourself even more at BW. 

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:51 PM, 7heaven said:


It was only after Darrell Brooks drove into the Christmas parading killing 5 innocent people that the Democrat District Attorney John Chisholm said "The State's bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks,". 
 

John Chisholm being the District Attorney represents the State. His first words “The State…” seem that he is trying to distant himself when in fact he runs the office representing the State.
 

Next, what else could he gave said in light of 5deaths? Will he double down and defend Brooks’ bailed amount of $1000 was appropriate and correct?

 

It is obvious that you can't even read a Fox News article properly and now go into this selective word picking and interpretation mode that is so common to you!

 

Don't you know what a "State's bail recommendation" is?

 

Quote from Fox:

Republican State Rep. Cindy Duchow reportedly said she would reintroduce a constitutional amendment changing Wisconsin's bail process.

 

What can you take from here? Can you ?

 

The Wisconsin guidelines on bail ( = State bail recommendations) precise what measures and what amount of bail is taken into considerations which then District Attorneys have to strictly follow. do you think District Attorneys can just set bail amounts on their own choice?

 

Why would Duchow ask for a constitutional amendment?

 

Your repeated self defending and face saving posts to repeat your illogical blabber when you already have been debunked just add more to your own embarrassment.

 

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 2:08 PM, singalion said:

 

It is obvious that you can't even read a Fox News article properly and now go into this selective word picking and interpretation mode that is so common to you!

 

Don't you know what a "State's bail recommendation" is?

 

Quote from Fox:

Republican State Rep. Cindy Duchow reportedly said she would reintroduce a constitutional amendment changing Wisconsin's bail process.

 

What can you take from here? Can you ?

 

The Wisconsin guidelines on bail ( = State bail recommendations) precise what measures and what amount of bail is taken into considerations which then District Attorneys have to strictly follow. do you think District Attorneys can just set bail amounts on their own choice?

 

Why would Duchow ask for a constitutional amendment?

 

Your repeated self defending and face saving posts to repeat your illogical blabber when you already have been debunked just add more to your own embarrassment.

 

 


You are confusing bail process with bail amounts. 
 

Does State Rep Cindy Duchow set the bail amount in each and every arrest cases? Or it is up to district attorneys? 

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Here is a professional article on this:

 

 

Time to bail on cash bail? A growing number of states are scrutinizing current systems

May 2, 2019

 

Bail, in its most ideal form, serves two purposes. First, it maintains the American ideal of innocent until proven guilty by allowing suspects to continue their daily lives as normally as possible while they await further court actions. Second, it incentivizes the accused to attend future hearings or face financial consequences.

States have used a variety of methods for exploring, and sometimes changing, their systems: for example, bills signed into law in Illinois, Indiana and Nebraska; the use of a legislative study committee in Wisconsin; and initiatives led by the state supreme courts of Kansas and Ohio.

However states get there, two interconnected policy changes are typically part of these legislative- or judicial-led initiatives...

In Wisconsin, Sen. Van Wanggaard helped lead a recent legislative study of his home state’s bail system. One of his end goals: Ensure that public safety plays a larger role in bail decisions.

Between August 2018 and February of this year, a bipartisan, 14-member group of state legislators, judges, district attorneys and others studied Wisconsin’s policies on bail and pretrial release. “It gives us a little more direction [compared to the traditional legislative process] when we work through a study committee,” says Sen. Wanggaard, who served as chair of this Wisconsin Joint Legislative Council group.

“We were able, over that period of time, to have six separate meetings. We heard from different experts in the field and we were able to ask if this really answered all of our questions. And if not, who else do we need to bring in for our next meeting?”

The committee’s final report recommends that the Joint Legislative Council propose an amendment to the Wisconsin Constitution.

 

But go on with your blabber and continue to embarrass yourself at BW.

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5 days ago .... 

 

Kamala Harris says she, Joe Biden are not talking about 2024 election (usatoday.com)

 

Kamala Harris says she and Joe Biden are 'absolutely not' yet discussing the 2024 presidential race

 

and yet, 5 days later .....

 

President Biden to run for reelection in 2024, White House says | wtsp.com

 

President Biden intends to run for reelection in 2024, White House says

..... goes to show the fragmentation between the POTUS and his Vice President within the Party itself. And Harris denied reports that she feels sidelined within the administration: "No, I don't" ???

 

What a JOKE!

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On 11/24/2021 at 2:29 PM, singalion said:

Here is a professional article on this:

 

 

Time to bail on cash bail? A growing number of states are scrutinizing current systems

May 2, 2019

 

Bail, in its most ideal form, serves two purposes. First, it maintains the American ideal of innocent until proven guilty by allowing suspects to continue their daily lives as normally as possible while they await further court actions. Second, it incentivizes the accused to attend future hearings or face financial consequences.

States have used a variety of methods for exploring, and sometimes changing, their systems: for example, bills signed into law in Illinois, Indiana and Nebraska; the use of a legislative study committee in Wisconsin; and initiatives led by the state supreme courts of Kansas and Ohio.

However states get there, two interconnected policy changes are typically part of these legislative- or judicial-led initiatives...

In Wisconsin, Sen. Van Wanggaard helped lead a recent legislative study of his home state’s bail system. One of his end goals: Ensure that public safety plays a larger role in bail decisions.

Between August 2018 and February of this year, a bipartisan, 14-member group of state legislators, judges, district attorneys and others studied Wisconsin’s policies on bail and pretrial release. “It gives us a little more direction [compared to the traditional legislative process] when we work through a study committee,” says Sen. Wanggaard, who served as chair of this Wisconsin Joint Legislative Council group.

“We were able, over that period of time, to have six separate meetings. We heard from different experts in the field and we were able to ask if this really answered all of our questions. And if not, who else do we need to bring in for our next meeting?”

The committee’s final report recommends that the Joint Legislative Council propose an amendment to the Wisconsin Constitution.

 

But go on with your blabber and continue to embarrass yourself at BW.

 

And which party is the one controlling the Wisconsin: Democrats or the Republicans? And it actually took a Republican State Rep Cindy Duchow to challege this bail system?? Shame on the Democrats!

 

And by the way, why wasn't @7heaven right when he called the DA an activist?? Take a look at this link itself here: https://nypost.com/2021/11/23/the-da-behind-waukesha-christmas-parade-attack-suspects-low-bond/?utm_campaign=iphone_nyp&utm_source=pasteboard_app 

 

See how the very exact same "District Attorney John Chisholm, who was elected to the position in 2007, has spent his career supporting cash-bail system reform because he argues it criminalizes poverty", now has an office claiming that "The state’s bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against Mr. Brooks” .

 

If someone has " has spent his career supporting cash-bail system reform because he argues it criminalizes poverty" is not an activist, who is?? And the very office which pushed for those low bails are the very office which says that the bail is too low?? What a JOKE!

 

Your repeated self defending and face saving posts to repeat your illogical blabber when you already have been debunked just add more to your own embarrassment.

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:57 PM, 7heaven said:


There is substantiation just that such substantiation don’t fit into your own imagined narrative. Can’t help you. 
 

You are confusing state regulations and discretion of what is allowed under state regulations. Activist district attorney will be influenced by Critical Race Theory to offer low bail amounts. State regulations allow bail and it also allows discretion to set the bail amounts. 

 

The District Attorneys in Wisconsin are of an age group that surely did not go through Critical Race Theory in school.

From that viewpoint your post is already silly and immature.

 

Your harping on this word Critical Race theory, while having vastly demonstrated your lack of knowledge what is about in your recent posts, is noteworthy.

 

Your assumption is wrong if certain US State implemented guidelines that propose certain bail amounts to certain crimes.

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On 11/24/2021 at 2:49 PM, singalion said:

 

The District Attorneys in Wisconsin are of an age group that surely did not go through Critical Race Theory in school.

From that viewpoint your post is already silly and immature.

 

Your harping on this word Critical Race theory, while having vastly demonstrated your lack of knowledge what is about in your recent posts, is noteworthy.

 

Your assumption is wrong if certain US State implemented guidelines that propose certain bail amounts to certain crimes.

 

O...H    R...E...A...L...L...Y     N..O..W???

 

"District Attorneys in Wisconsin are of an age group that surely did not go through Critical Race Theory in school."

 

Please prove and substatiate your claim!

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On 11/24/2021 at 2:22 PM, 7heaven said:


You are confusing bail process with bail amounts. 
 

Does State Rep Cindy Duchow set the bail amount in each and every arrest cases? Or it is up to district attorneys? 

 

Don't be so dump and ask whether Cindy is setting bail amounts.

 

Wisconsin follows a pretrial assessment guideline that sets the conditions for bail and specifies bail amounts and District Attorneys are following these rules in the relevant districts.

 

You are already confusing what bail in criminal cases is meant for!

 

Bail's sole purpose is to assure the individuals appearance in a criminal court trial.


 

As bail is simply meant to make a criminal appear in court, the whole discussion of Fox and consorts goes fail.

 

Bail is not meant to protect the society from potential mental ill people to commit crimes, while waiting for their trial.

 

Even if the bail amount had been 30,000, there is nobody who can say whether this Brooks had committed the same crime or not. In no other US State bail had been denied to this Brooks with same conditions.

 

From that point the whole discussion on activist, leftist, progressive, liberal goes fail.

 

 

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On 11/24/2021 at 1:52 PM, 7heaven said:


My post had substantiation just that nobody can help it if you refuse to acknowledge it.

 

Then please go ahead and show your substantiation in your first post !

 

Here is your post. Please show your substantiation that

 

"an activist district attorney influenced by Critical Race Theory"

 

was involved.

 

On 11/24/2021 at 9:57 AM, 7heaven said:

Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the recent Christmas parade killing in Waukesha, Wisconsin is the product of Critical Race Theory because he was granted measly bail amounts by activist district attorneys despite having committed violent crimes. 
 

Brooks mercilessly ploughed his car and killed 5 people. These 5 people were not using skateboard to hit Brooks or pointing any guns at Brooks or setting buildings on fire or smashing cars. These 5 were performing at a Christmas parade. Biden and Kamala Harris are not calling for bail reform. The left wing extremists and media buddies are not calling for bail reform as well. Is it because this incident does not fit their agenda and narrative?

 

—————

 

On 2 November, Mr Brooks was arrested on domestic violence charges after he allegedly tried to run over the mother of his child. 

He was charged with recklessly endangering safety, felony bail jumping, battery, obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct.

Brooks posted the $1,000 bond and was released on 11 November. 

<p>Darrell Brooks in a mugshot from an earlier arrest </p>

 

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