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  • Ohio Bakery Defends Itself With Guns

    06/01/2020 5:13:30 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 13 replies
    Youtube ^ | 05/31/2020
    Corbo’s bakery owners in Cleveland, Ohio are armed with guns in order to defend themselves and their business during the protest for George Floyd. The stores up and down the street around them in Playhouse Square where being looted and destroyed. https://youtu.be/bexEXiqEjQs 
  • Triv show in Cleveland-City Council member interview

    06/01/2020 5:13:58 AM PDT · by Dana1960 · 4 replies
    WTAM 1100 Cleveland ^ | 5/31/20 | Mike Trivisonno Show
    Starting at 16:16, going to 32:00 mark, this is an account of a member of Cleveland City Council, who was attending the prayer vigil that took place on Saturday, May 30, 2020. He mentioned Antifa without knowing who they were!
  • Cleveland officials provide no proof that rioters were out-of-towners, no info on 65 arrests downtown

    05/31/2020 8:11:49 PM PDT · by CheshireTheCat · 16 replies
    Cleveland.com ^ | May 31, 2020 | Adam Ferrise
    Cleveland officials have provided no evidence to back statements made by Police Chief Calvin Williams that those who rioted in downtown Cleveland in the wake of volatile protests were from out of town. Police arrested 65 people during Saturday nights protests over the police killing of George Floyd, according to Cuyahoga County Jail records. Most of the arrests happened after the Mayor Frank Jackson imposed an 8 p.m. curfew, at 7:46 p.m. Cuyahoga County spokeswoman Mary Louise Madigan said those arrested were booked into the county jail on suspicion of aggravated rioting and violating the curfew. Cleveland Police Chief Calvin...
  • 'We Weren't Goin' to Sit Back and Let It Happen': Italian Bakery Owners Welcome Cleveland Looters with an Impressive Arsenal

    05/31/2020 6:17:56 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 64 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 31 May 2020 | Paula Bolyard
    What began as a peaceful protest in Cleveland Saturday turned violent as the day progressed, prompting Mayor Frank Jackson to issue an 8 p.m. curfew and to request National Guard reinforcements to protect the city from rioters. Corbos, a tiny family-owned bakery in the citys historic Playhouse Square district, took matters into their own hands, brandishing their firearms when rioters came calling. video captured by Rob Rash, rioters and looters can be seen approaching Corbos Bakery, taunting the owners and threatening them with iron rods and a large pylon with a heavy metal base. Three men stood in the doorway...
  • J.R. SMITH BEATS THE HELL OUT OF ALLEGED CAR VANDALIZER ... During L.A. Protests

    05/31/2020 4:20:25 PM PDT · by AnotherUnixGeek · 23 replies
    TMZ ^ | 5/31/2020 | TMZ
    NBA star J.R. Smith beat the living daylights out of a man who allegedly smashed his car window during the wild protests in L.A.
  • There should be protests.' Mayor Kapszukiewicz and community leaders address George Floyd

    05/31/2020 7:35:29 AM PDT · by madison10 · 13 replies
    Channel 24 Toledo ^ | May 30, 2020 | Jay Hannah
    Just four days after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis Police Officer, Derek Chauvin, and the video sparked protests across the country, Toledo Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz welcomed in a few dozen African American community leaders to talk at One Government Center. Mayor Kapszukiewicz acknowledged that Toledo is 652 miles away from Minneapolis, where the incident happened that resulted in Floyd's death. But he said the video made him sick to his stomach and he made a long-term commitment to opening up communication, and having difficult conversations like he had. In front of the Safety Building after the meeting, the mayor...
  • Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson extends downtown curfew to Monday to clean up damage caused during George Floyd-inspired protests

    05/31/2020 5:13:59 AM PDT · by EBH · 12 replies
    Cleveland.com ^ | 5/21/2020 | Eric Heisig
    CLEVELAND, Ohio Cleveland officials extended a curfew imposed after Saturdays tense downtown demonstrations to give workers a chance to clean up the damage done to storefronts and government property. Mayor Frank Jackson, speaking early Sunday morning on Facebook Live, said the curfew, which is currently in effect and set to expire at 8 a.m. Sunday, will begin again at noon and remain in effect until 8 a.m. Monday. Vehicles and pedestrians will not be allowed to enter or travel through downtown. Officials provided for limited exceptions for cleanup and those who live and work downtown. However, they encouraged those...
  • New Ohio coronavirus order extends mass-gathering ban until July 1

    05/30/2020 10:24:17 AM PDT · by CheshireTheCat · 23 replies
    Cleveland.com ^ | May 29, 2020 | Jeremy Pelzer
    Two new orders were issued Friday by state health director Dr. Amy Acton: one continuing a ban on most mass gatherings through July 1, and the other lifting restrictions on liquor sales to non-Ohio residents in six counties near the Pennsylvania border...The ban contains numerous exceptions, including religious services, free-speech demonstrations, funerals, and weddings (as well as wedding receptions of up to 300 people starting June 1).
  • Protest in downtown Columbus broken up after demonstrators breach Ohio Statehouse

    05/28/2020 10:47:04 PM PDT · by Morgana · 15 replies
    NBC 4 ^ | May 29, 2020 | NBC 4
    COLUMBUS (WCMH) Crowds gathered across Columbus Thursday evening to protest police brutality after the death of 46-year-old George Floyd, who died in Minneapolis police custody on Monday. Floyd was restrained by officer Derek Chauvin, who dug his knee into Floyds neck. Peaceful protests in Columbus turned violent when some involved began throwing objects at police officers. Police responded by using tear gas to push the crowd back. The crowd let up, but an hour later the protest escalated when demonstrators smashed windows at the Ohio Statehouse while some went inside the building. SWAT arrived on the scene soon after...
  • BREAKING: Protesters have broken into the Ohio Statehouse

  • Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine scaling back daily coronavirus briefings

    05/28/2020 7:33:37 PM PDT · by CheshireTheCat · 10 replies
    Cleveland.com ^ | May 28, 2020 | Laura Hansock
    A sobering note: #WineWithDeWine, the daily 2 p.m. coronavirus briefing held by Gov. Mike DeWine, is getting shorter and becoming less frequent...This week, for instance, there were only two briefings, and instead of 90 minutes, each lasted just an hour -- with 30 minutes of announcements and just 30 minutes for reporters questions...Journalists would love DeWine, Acton and Husted to answer questions each day. However, reporters have been grumbling in recent weeks that they are frequently evading questions, answering the question they wish they would have been asked, and using other rhetorical tactics of seasoned politicians.
  • Governor DeWine Suppresses Data Disproving COVID-19 Policies

    05/27/2020 5:00:35 PM PDT · by Pontiac · 21 replies
    Ohio State House News ^ | May 26, 2020 | Jack Winsdor
    Ohio Governor DeWine, Director of Health Acton and Lt. Governor Husted started handling the Coronavirus outbreak with faulty modeling, while ignoring critical real-time data. Now the trio suppresses critical data. Ohioans: aware, enraged and bracing to fight for the truth. The backdrop: COVID-19 first made an indelible mark on Ohioans when Governor Mike DeWine canceled the 2020 Arnold Sports Festival, which was schedule to start March 5. On March 16, Governor DeWine backed a lawsuit seeking to postpone the primary election scheduled for the next day. The suit was filed by Ohioans who feared voting in person would expose voters...
  • Jerry Nadler in 2004: Paper ballots are extremely susceptible to fraud

    05/27/2020 11:37:28 AM PDT · by lowbridge · 16 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 26, 2020 | Dom Calicchio
    IfPresident Trumpis seeking a high-ranking Democrat to side with him against mail-inelectionballots in a bid to build bipartisan opposition to the idea in Congress -- he could try contacting U.S. Rep.Jerry Nadler. Although Nadler, as chairman of the HouseJudiciaryCommittee, helped lead theimpeachmentfight against Trump last year, a C-SPAN video clip from 2004 shows the New Yorker speaking out strongly against paper-based ballots during a Capitol Hill hearing. At the hearing -- in which lawmakers examined perceived voting problems in an Ohio election -- a member of the public spoke in support of paper ballots, later citing research by the...
  • Ohio State game models show potential for 20,000-50,000 fans...

    05/25/2020 9:49:08 PM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 7 replies
    ESPN.COM ^ | May 20, 2020 | Heather Dinich
    Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said Wednesday that his athletic department has run several social distancing models to consider having fans in the stands at games this fall, and Ohio Stadium, with a normal capacity of more than 100,000, would hold a crowd closer to 20,000-22,000 fans and up to 40,000-50,000 "if guidelines are relaxed." "We've played with that a little bit as a framework to start as we move forward and think about what we'd ultimately be allowed to do," Smith told reporters before later clarifying the low-end estimate in a tweet. "We're fortunate, with 100,000 seats in...
  • Ohio Judge Deems States Coronavirus Lockdown Illegal

    05/24/2020 7:50:16 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 13 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 24 May 2020 | ALANA MASTRANGELO
    An Ohio judge deemed the states lockdown in response to the Chinese coronavirus illegal, and stated that the states top health director acted in an impermissibly arbitrary, unreasonable, and oppressive manner. Lake County Common Pleas Judge Eugene Lucci ruled that Amy Acton, the director of the Ohio Department of Health, is prohibited from punishing nonessential businesses that defy Ohios orders to stay closed in response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, Cleveland 19 News reported. The report added that the Lake County General Health District, police officers, prosecutors, and the Ohio Attorney General are also prohibited from punishing so-called nonessential businesses,...
  • Judge Positively Scorches Ohio Health Director for 'Criminalizing' Gymsand It's Glorious

    05/22/2020 2:40:22 PM PDT · by Mount Athos · 14 replies
    PJ Media ^ | MAY 22, 2020 | PAULA BOLYARD
    In a scathing nine-page decision, Lake County Common Pleas Judge Eugene A. Lucci excoriated Acton and her health department for exceeding their authority, saying the director has no statutory authority to close all businesses, including the plaintiffs gyms. Acton, the judge said, has acted in an impermissibly arbitrary, and oppressive manner and without any procedural safeguards. Judge Lucci went on to say that fundamental libertiesthe right to own and use property and earn a livingare at stake in this case. Acton has criminalized lawful businesses, imposing strict liability for violations, including severe criminal, civil, and equitable penalties, the judge opined,...
  • Ohio Judge Deems the States COVID-19 Lockdown Arbitrary, Unreasonable, and Oppressive

    05/21/2020 4:59:54 AM PDT · by ResistorSister · 13 replies
    Reason.com ^ | May 20, 2020 | Jacob Sullum
    The ruling says the state's top health official exceeded her statutory authority by ordering "nonessential" businesses to close. Ohio's COVID-19 lockdown is illegal, a state judge ruled today, because it exceeds the powers granted by the statute under which it was imposed. Responding to a May 8 lawsuit filed by the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law on behalf of 35 gyms, Lake County Court of Common Pleas Judge Eugene Lucci enjoined Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton from penalizing the plaintiffs or similar businesses for violating the lockdown, provided "they operate in compliance with all applicable safety regulations."
  • Jim Jordan Opponents' Petitions to Appear on the Ballot Included Dead Voters

    05/21/2020 4:03:38 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 43 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | May 21, 2020 | Julio Rosas
    One of the candidates seeking to unseat Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) in Ohio's 4th Congressional District election had to suspend his campaign after the Lorain County Board of Elections rejected his petitions to appear on the ballot after thousands of signatures were found to be illegible. The Chronicle-Telegram reported the board voted unanimously to not certify Christopher Gibbs' petitions, who was running as an independent. He was required to submit 2,458 signatures to appear on the ballot. Circulators filed 3,065 signatures on 140 petitions Gibbs' his behalf. The board found a majority of the signatures, 1,790, were invalid, with only...
  • If Georgie White Clark and I had crossed paths, I have a feeling we might have been fast friends ... [re: Glen and Bessie Hyde mystery]

    05/21/2020 9:37:56 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 7 replies
    Raising Jane 'blog ^ | Posted on September 3, 2014 | MaryJane
    "For all her notoriety, Clark remains something of a mystery to even those closest to her. Evidence discovered at her home the day of her funeral raised the possibility Clark fabricated portions of her past, giving rise to a new element of the Georgie legend," reports GrandCanyonTreks.org. "While the theory is discounted by several associates, there is a faction of friends who are puzzled by connections that suggest Clark was in fact Bessie Hyde, who vanished in 1928 along with her husband, Glen Hyde, while the Idaho couple were on a honeymoon adventure floating the Grand Canyon in a wooden...
  • Ohio officials declare racism a public health crisis 'highlighted' by COVID-19

    05/20/2020 2:28:08 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 21 replies
    The Hill ^ | 05 20 2020 | Rebecca Klar
    Officials in an Ohio county declared that racism is a public health crisis that has been highlighted by the coronavirus pandemic. Franklin County Commissioners declared that racism is a public health crisis affecting our entire country in a resolution passed Tuesday. The resolution declares that the disparity is highlighted by county coronavirus data showing black residents are hospitalized at twice the rate of other demographic groups. Racism has been a pandemic long before the current coronavirus pandemic, Commissioner Kevin L. Boyce said in a statement released . Our declaration today is important, but its not saying anything that hasnt been...