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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Homeowners back from vacation encounter a motormouth squatter who's surprised to learn the house doesn't belong to him then asks if he can take a shower before leaving

This could only happen in CA. Not only do they broadcast an aversion for a border wall which is also 'immoral' they seemed genuinely entertained by a local meth-addict breaking into their home.

A couple captured video of their encounter with the motormouth squatter they found in their home upon returning from vacation. 

In the lengthy video, which seems to have been recorded in California, a woman can be heard gently interrogating a sweatpants-clad man about what he's doing at her home and whether he thinks he owns the place. 

The squatter, who later identifies himself as Carlos Bradley Jr., speaks a mile a minute as he wanders around the entryway of what appears to be a luxurious home while presenting his convoluted rationale for being there. 

Squatter gets busted after couple returns from vacation

A California couple was surprised to find a squatter in their home after returning from vacation. In a video of the encounter, the man identified himself as Carlos Bradley Jr 

The video starts with the woman, who is behind the camera, asking Bradley, 'Do you think that this is your place?' 

'I kind of do,' Bradley says, before noting, 'Because to be honest with you, okay, check this out. If this ain't my place, I don't know what is.'

He then launches into the various reasons why he believes the house is his, mostly related to the presence of a series of items in colors that appear to have meaning to him, including a marker in blue, his favorite color. 

When asked where he was living before he started living at the woman's home, Bradley replies that he had been underneath a bridge pier immediately prior before squatting in the woman's home. 

When questioned about whether he believed he actually lived in the home, Bradley said yes

Bradley revealed that a series of signs led him to the home and apologized for being there

Bradley also says that he's been 'all over LA,' including Skid Row, the Union Rescue Mission, and Midnight Mission. 

'I have been walking this whole town,' Bradley adds. 'I climbed this mountain three times already. I had little treasure hunts that I had to do. A lot of endurance. A lot of endurance. A lot of walking.'

Bradley then talks about his sister and some other people, who the woman offers to help try to track down, but Bradley doesn't seem to know exactly where those people are. 

It's at this point that Bradley offers up his name and rattles off a series of numbers, some of which could be his birth date. 

Finally, Bradley says, 'If this ain't mine, I'll leave.'

'I'm sorry, it's not yours,' the woman says, a statement which seems to come as a genuine surprise to Bradley. 

'Oh, well, I just got turned down real big,' he says, then tells the woman that he's going to 'gather my things and head on down.'

Bradley also apologizes to the homeowners: 'I am so sorry, I did not mean to disrespect y'all in any way.' 

As he collects his scant belongings, he conscientiously turns off the entryway lights and closes the door behind him as he leaves the homes, apologizing again and saying that 'it's hints' that led him to the home. 

The woman then kindly asks Bradley if he needs anything before he leaves the property, to which he politely replies, 'I would like to have a change of clothes' and then speculates to himself about the possibility of whether he'll be able to get a shower wherever he goes next. 

The video ends with the woman telling Bradley that he can use a nearby shower — which he says he'll clean when he's done — and tells him towels are under the sink. 

I was waiting for him to ask for her debit card and as he walks away she shouts out, "wait I forgot to give you the PIN number".


Wednesday, January 16, 2019



Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Yes... CNN or MSNBC is right where he belongs

Former Ohio governor John Kasich reportedly looking to join cable news network

Back in the day...

If you were a Republican on 3rd base needing a run to win the game you didn't count on a hit from one of these pricks.

Unfortunately, Romey's back at the plate with a 0-2 count.


Former Ohio Governor John Kasich reportedly has big plans for 2019. 

CNBC reports that the former presidential candidate may be looking to join a cable news network such as CNN or MSNBC in the near future. United Talent Agency announced Monday that Kasich has signed on as a new client.

The agency, which represents a number of media personalities, says it's helping Kasich, “navigate the next phase of his career in civic engagement,” according to the Associated Press.

Axios notes that Kasich's term as governor ended on Monday. However, the move may not mean he’s steering clear of politics.

Kasich sat down with ABC News back in November and hinted that he may put his name in the hat to run against President Trump in 2020. That would mark his third presidential run.

The AP notes that the 66-year-old Kasich has said he would like to run as a Republican if he enters the race, but would also be willing to run as an Independent.


NOT SHOCKING: Newly Elected Palestinian Rep. Tlaib Poses With Rabid Jew-Hater Who Praises Terrorists

U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib (D–Detroit)

The end result of putting a Muslim in office.
What idiots!

She doesn't give a damn about Detroit...She's representing Palestine.

Lunch with Farrakhan Friday?

Abbas Hamideh published a photo of himself and Rep. Rashida Tlaib. He says he was invited to a private dinner after the event 

She has only been in office for two weeks, but newly elected Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) continues to make headlines.

Tlaib is the daughter of Palestinian immigrants and became one of the first female Muslim members of Congress this month. She has vowed to vote against all US aid for Israel. She was seen at her victory party wrapped in a Palestinian flag. She has also campaigned with another newly elected Muslim congresswoman who has called Israel an “apartheid regime”.

But today she made headlines that people were likely expecting from her.

A well-known anti-Semite and terrorist supporter named Abbas Hamideh tweeted out a photo of himself with the Congresswoman which has since gone viral and is making headlines.

Abbas Hamideh is the executive director of the “U.S.-based Palestine Right to Return Coalition”. He has a long hateful history of calling Israel a “terrorist entity,” has equated Zionists to Nazis, said Israel has a “delusional ISIS-like ideology,” and called the creation of the country a “crime.”

Hamideh has praised arch-terrorist Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Hezbollah Terrorist Organization in Lebanon. Hezbollah has been designated a terrorist organization by the United States and other nations.


Monday, January 14, 2019

Majority of Americans blame Trump for government shutdown

There are two reasons for this outcome.

1. Some people are just naturally stupid.

2. Then you have those who have been 'conditioned' by the MSM. When all they here 24/7 is the constant vilification of Trump sooner or later they start to believe it.

Congress just wrote a check for $54 billion in foreign aid which mostly goes to line the pockets of local politicians...but can't find $5.7 billion to fund the wall?

More than half of Americans blame President Trump and Republicans for a partial government shutdown that is now in its fourth week, according to a poll.

Fifty-three percent of those surveyed in a Washington Post-ABC News poll released late Saturday say Trump and his Republican colleagues bear responsibility for the shutdown because of the president’s demand for a wall on the southern border.

It found that 29 percent say Democrats are at fault.

Another 13 percent say both sides share equal responsibility.

Asked about building a border barrier, 42 percent said they would “strongly” or “somewhat” support the move, while 54 percent said they would “strongly” or “somewhat” oppose it, the survey showed.

Questioned on breaking the stalemate between Trump and Congress, 48 percent said congressional Democrats should “refuse funding” the wall even if it means extending the shutdown.

Forty-five percent opted for a compromise and 7 percent had no opinion.

But 52 percent said Trump should continue to “demand funding,” 41 percent said he “should compromise” and 7 percent had no opinion.

On the question of Trump declaring a national emergency at the border so he could bypass Congress and build the wall, 66 percent “strongly” or “somewhat” oppose, while 31 percent “strongly” or “somewhat” support the tactic.

The survey of 788 people was conducted by cellphone and landline between Jan. 8-11. It has a plus-minus 4.5 percentage point margin of error.