In yet another example of America’s wonderful justice system a rapist and sex offender who was released from prison only weeks ago has been arrested for allegedly breaking into a house and raping a seven-year-old girl. Corbin Breitenbach, 23, was released from prison on April 28th as part of a parole program and is believed to have committed the crime on June 11th.
Time for America to wake up.
Leftists have taken to calling moderate Muslims who advocate against terrorism “Uncle Toms,” a term originally applied to African-Americans who were perceived as siding with white culture in the United States.
No big surprise here.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder is actually considering a run for president in 2020. This should be interesting.
Fresh off a majority win in the legislature, get ready for more action.
Three Palestinian Muslims left a police officer dead and several other injured after they launched a vicious knife attack In Jerusalem on Friday night. The officer, Hadas Malka, succumbed to her wounds shortly thereafter, while the attackers themselves were killed by Israeli security forces.
An Iraqi Muslim has been arrested after violently assaulting a fellow train passenger in Sweden. Karim Alaa Hussain attacked and stabbed a man aboard a Swedish train multiple times after seeing a veiled woman being asked to show her train ticket by the conductor. Hussain has an extensive criminal record, but thanks to Sweden’s justice system, he will receive a light sentence.
According to bystanders, Hussain launched the attack because he suspected the conductor of harboring racist feelings.
Opponents of former Lib Dems leader Nick Clegg’s coalition agreement with the UK Conservative Party back in 2010 are drooling over his fate in last week’s election, which cost him the seat he had held since 2005 to a Labour Party candidate. The defeat came after Clegg narrowly fended of a challenge in 2015, winning by slightly over 4 percent.
Much as the ex-deputy prime minister is probably done in English politics, he can rest assured there is another mountain on the table: the European Commission. Given Clegg’s stalwart support of the EU and opposition to Brexit, it is not hard to see him being selected for a role, in line with Neil Kinnock’s appointment after he failed to unseat the Conservative Party government on multiple occasions.
In other words, alls well for the rich and connected.