Union Mechanic Sabotages American Airlines Flight to Get 'Overtime' (Hake News, Fri, Sep 6, 2019)
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(Drudge) (Weather Underground) Hurricane Dorian Batters North Carolina including CAPE FEAR, as well as Southeast Virginia; it Will Brush Southeast New England Before Hammering Canada. The EYE OF DORIAN was passing just east of Cape Lookout, North Carolina. Cape Lookout, North Carolina, reported one-minute sustained winds of 81 mph, with a gust to 94 mph early Friday morning. Tropical-storm-force winds (39-plus mph) extend up to 220 miles from the center, while hurricane-force winds (74-plus mph) extend up to 60 miles from the center. Weakening… Dorian's maximum sustained winds have diminished, making it a Category 1 hurricane. Regardless of the intensity change, the hurricane's flooding impacts will likely be similar. I mentioned yesterday, Charleston floods… (Greenville News) Charleston felt the hurricane Thursday throughout the morning and into early afternoon, with winds at a few locations topping hurricane-strength and even lesser speeds leveling trees, ripping off store awnings and knocking out power to tens of thousands. I mentioned yesterday: This is the fourth hurricane in as many years for Charleston; it didn't make landfall there, but its wide reach wrought havoc from its center as close as about 45 miles off the coast. Storm surges up to 8 feet… (Post and Courier) 270,000+ without power…
Meanwhile, the Death toll rises in Bahamas… 30 as of Thursday evening (Accuweather). Officials are calling for humanitarian aid. (NY Times) Bahamas Health Minister Duane Sands said at least 20 of the fatalities were people from the Abaco Islands and at least three were from Grand Bahama. Officials worry the death toll may continue to increase as rescue and recovery efforts continue. (ABC News) that at least 200 people have been reported missing and thousands are displaced.
(Drudge) 'Panic, pillaging, looting'... OF COURSE! 'Like zombies'... (BBC reported Wednesday as people were trying to flee the hurricane) One woman said people were trying to shoot each other for supplies. 'It's hell everywhere'... with so much damage. (CNBC) Widespread looting was reported on islands where the United Nations estimates 70,000 people are in immediate need of food, water and shelter. Some told stories where children were swept away. (Yahoo & Fox News also reported looting and violence.)
Confusion and delays at Nassau airport... For example: After arriving at Nassau Airport, volunteers from NGO (Non-Gov’t Org) Samaritan's Purse hoped to quickly reach areas devastated by Hurricane Dorian, but instead waited hours under the blazing sun for permission to take off.
(Drudge) Red flag laws spur debate over due process… They shouldn’t even be a debate, get rid of red flag laws and gun control! (Pews) In the year since Florida enacted its red flag law, Kendra Parris has defended nearly 20 clients against risk protection orders that could remove their firearms. The Orlando-based lawyer has long represented people who might be subject to the state’s involuntary mental health treatment provision. But when this new law, meant to protect against people who might be a harm to themselves or others, passed in the aftermath of the February 2018 Parkland mass shooting, she saw yet another opportunity for the state to potentially deprive certain people of their civil liberties. It’s almost like a shiny new toy for law enforcement,” Parris said, “filing them left and right.” Since the law’s adoption, Florida courts have approved around 2,500 risk protection orders, according to an August count by NPR. Since Parkland, at least six states and the District of Columbia have passed red flag laws, which allow law enforcement agencies that have gotten a court order to remove guns from people considered a harm to themselves or others. In the wake of high-profile shootings this summer in Ohio and Texas, including one that killed eight people in Midland-Odessa this past weekend, more state lawmakers are considering such laws, as are some members of Congress.
Fri, Sep 6, Hour 1:
Dielawn / Dylan Volk coming up on The Fallen State
Amazing Men’s Forum last night. Jesse got to bed like 12 midnight!
Great calls, thank you!
TOP OF SECOND HOUR NEWS: Friday, September 6, 2019 –
(Fox News) Hurricane Dorian makes US landfall in North Carolina's Outer Banks as a Category 1 storm. The National Weather Service said the storm had sustained winds of 90 mph as it battered the United States’ eastern coast after devastating the Bahamas earlier this week. As of 8 a.m. EDT, Dorian's eye was 10 miles off Cape Hatteras and was moving northeast at 14 mph. It is expected to remain a hurricane as it sweeps up the Eastern Seaboard on Friday and Saturday, when it will be far enough offshore that its hurricane-force winds are unlikely to reach land.
(Drudge) AMERICAN AIRLINES mechanic charged with sabotaging plane... Tampered with navigation system… WOW, SMH. GUESS WHOOOO (AP) According to a criminal complaint affidavit filed in federal court, Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani admitted during an interview Thursday that he tampered with a navigation system on the plane so that he could collect overtime work. AP claims he’s accused of sabatoging the flight over stalled union contract negotiations. The plane, with 150 people on board, was scheduled to fly from Miami to Nassau in the Bahamas on July 17. As the pilots powered up the plane at Miami International Airport, they saw an error message for a system that tracks speed, nose direction and other critical flight information and aborted the takeoff. SHAMEFUL! When mechanics examined the plane, they found a piece of foam glued inside a navigation system part called an air data module.
Video from an American Airlines surveillance camera captured a person who drove up to the plane, got out and spent seven minutes working around the compartment containing the navigation system, according to the affidavit. The person was later identified by co-workers as Alani, in part by his distinctive limp, the affidavit said. When he was interviewed Thursday, “Alani stated that his intention was not to cause harm to the aircraft or its passengers,” according to the affidavit by Jose A. Ruiz, a federal air marshal who serves on an FBI terrorism task force. Alani explained that stalled contract negotiations between American Airlines and the mechanics’ unions were hurting him financially, and he tampered with the plane “to cause a delay or have the flight cancelled in anticipation of obtaining overtime work,” Ruiz wrote.
American Airlines has accused mechanics of an illegal work slowdown that has led to hundreds of canceled flights in recent months. The airline successfully sued two unions that represent the workers. This week, both sides announced that they will resume negotiations Sept. 16 in Washington, with help from a federal mediator. The mechanics’ unions have been trying to secure a new contract for more than three years. Alani was charged with willfully damaging or disabling an aircraft. He is expected to appear in federal court in Miami on Friday.
Here’s some incompetence… (Drudge) Air Force jet accidentally fires rocket into Arizona desert… about halfway between Phoenix and Tucson. (NBC News) The Air Force said the jet, an A-10C Thunderbolt II, popularly known as the Warthog, "unintentionally released a single M-156 rocket" at about 10:40 a.m. Thursday while on a training mission. No injuries or damage were immediately reported. The jet fires white phosphorus smoke to help mark targets and start fires.
(Drudge) SURVEY: Third Of Parents Say Favorite Child -- Is Pet! TERRIBLE! (StudyFinds) According to the survey of 2,000 American pet-owning adults, 34% of surveyed parents say their pet is their favorite “child.” In all, 72% of the survey’s respondents were both pet owners and parents, and a fifth of those pet-owning parents even admitted to buying a gift for their furry companion more recently than a gift for their own child. The survey, put together by pet food company “I and love and you,” also found that 67% of respondents consider their pet their best friend. Another 78% said their dog or cat is just as much part of their family as any other member. 54% of respondents believe their pet “gets” them on a level that even their best friend or quote-unquote “significant other” can’t reach. A startling 68% of respondents said spending time with their animals after a long day helps them feel far better that hanging out with family or friends. More specifically, 40% of respondents said their pet has helped them through tough times at work, while another 40% admit their pet has comforted them during relationship struggles. An additional 34% said their pet has helped them cope with medical problems.
Fri, Sep 6, Hour 2:
Great calls, thank you!
Will Witt has students sign petitions to save eagle eggs, and to save babies. But college women are pro-abortion!
TOP OF THIRD HOUR NEWS: Friday, September 6, 2019 –
(Drudge) RAGE: Cut off in traffic, a man flung a glass bottle. The other driver opened fire… Great. (Fort Worth Star-Telegram via MSN) FORT WORTH, Texas — The flung glass bottle that shattered glass was mistaken for gunfire, which led to an August killing on a Garland, TX, street. The Chevy pickup driver who, whose name police declined to release, said he saw a Cadillac Escalade SUV driving erratically and closely following his pickup truck. The man and a passenger told police that as the Escalade pulled alongside their vehicle (which video evidence reportedly corroborates), they heard a loud pop and the rear window shatter. They said they believed the driver of the Escalade was shooting at them. “The driver of the pickup indicated he was in fear for his life and fired back at the Escalade.” Francisco Pasillas, the Escalade driver, age 33, was shot and died at a hospital. Pasillas was mad after he was cut off by the pickup’s driver and threw a glass bottle at it, according to the dead man Pasillas’s wife, who was a passenger in the Escalade SUV. A grand jury in Dallas County will review evidence in the case and decide whether to indict the pickup truck’s driver. Police said they would not release the name of the shooter unless a grand jury indicts him. After he fired on the SUV, the man behind the pickup’s wheel drove to the Rowlett police station to report the incident. He “has been cooperative throughout the investigation,” police said.
(Drudge) Marijuana use by college students highest in 35 years… (AP) About 43% of full-time college students said they used some form of pot at least once in the past year, up from 38%, a University of Michigan survey found. About 25% said they did so in the previous month, up from 21%. The latest figures are the highest levels seen in the annual survey since 1983 — the survey only goes back to 1980, no data on 1960′s and 1970′s (but I heard pot was weaker back then). About 6% of college students said they used marijuana 20 or more times in the past month. For adults the same age who weren’t enrolled in college, the figure was 11% — a bit higher. One Michigan researcher said, “It’s the frequent use we’re most worried about” — he says that because it’s linked to poor academic performance and can be detrimental to mental health. College-age adults are the biggest users of marijuana than any other age group. Use among high school students has been flat for a few years, BUT has been rising in college-age kids (um, those are adults?) for more than a decade. It seems to be tied to views about risk — in the early 90s, about three-quarters of young adults said pot was risky. But last year only 22% thought so! 11% of college students said they vaped marijuana in the previous month — more than double the 2017 figure.
(Drudge) Teen hospitalized for vaping has message for his peers… ‘It’s going to attack your lungs’ he says. Adam Hergenreder of Gurnee, IL, started vaping about two years ago at age 16. The mint and mango flavors were his favorites. He’s now hospitalized and unable to breathe without a steady flow of oxygen through tubes affixed to his nostrils. Doctors have told the 18-year-old that images of his lungs from a chest X-ray look like those of a man in his 70s. His lungs may never be the same again, and vaping is likely to blame. Hergenreder is one of at least 27 patients with a history of vaping who have been hospitalized in recent weeks in Illinois for an unknown respiratory illness. Last month, one of those patients died, and more than 200 other cases have been reported in 24 other states as of late last week, according to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).
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Evil Starts Small
In Church, a guy who had plugs (or really gauges) in his ears and he said they start small. Jesse said that’s how evil works! People are weak: Drinking, etc., evil grows.
(Drudge) Marijuana use by college students highest in 35 years… It seems to be tied to views about risk — in the early 90s, about three-quarters of young adults said pot was risky. But last year only 22% thought so!
Abortion vs. Eagle eggs! PragerU’s Will Witt — now they’re openly pro-abortion and intellecutalize it. “Eagles don’t get raped.”
Democrats in California: Calling the NRA domestic terrorists! Has any NRA member been implicated in these crimes? These people defend “legal and illegal immigrants” as less crime-prone, but demonize NRA members! FAKE! And the NRA’s not THAT good… they make concessions, sometimes RINOs, although I do like Wayne LaPierre.
Nobody Loves America (Except Trump and Jesse)
People who say they “love America,” love God, or love everyone… it’s just lip service. They’re just saying it. Most don’t live that. Jesse talked about liberal white women who hate America pushing mess, and Molly Munger on Jesse’s 90s show that premiered on Jesse’s YouTube last night — she got offended, and demanded an apology. She said she loves America, and that everybody loves America.
People are actually selfish. (Drudge) AMERICAN AIRLINES mechanic charged with sabotaging plane... Tampered with navigation system… (AP) According to a criminal complaint affidavit filed in federal court, Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani admitted during an interview Thursday that he tampered with a navigation system on the plane so that he could collect overtime work. Alani explained that stalled contract negotiations between American Airlines and the mechanics’ unions were hurting him financially, and he tampered with the plane “to cause a delay or have the flight cancelled in anticipation of obtaining overtime work,” so wrote Jose A. Ruiz, a federal air marshal who serves on an FBI terrorism task force.
Caller Log, courtesy of Jesse’s producer, Nick
Tim from Jackson, MS is glad for Jesse and how he exposes liars. He recounts a video that he saw by JLP where he told a woman to stop complaining.
Rick from Hampton, VA wants to discuss reparations. He hears black people asking for reparations from the US government but he never hears them asking for them from the African countries or from the Arabs. Rick reminds the viewers how Obama lied about addressing the Armenian genocide. James remarks that paying money out in that manner just makes things worse. He remembers neighbors that were getting money and they ended up being losers in life. The tribe they were part of kicked them out for not being “indian” enough so they stopped receiving money and it was the best thing for them.
Earl from Michigan and James discuss homicides for a moment. James says he should be allowed to discriminate by race.
Johnathan from Florida
Chris from Costa Rica was a former atheist. He talks about how he fell into some woman's lies. He now sees through “fake alphas” like Joe Rogan.
Maze from Dayton, OH asks why he doesn’t like Obama. James says Obama is openly and brazenly fake. It’s obnoxious to see all his fake Christian friends fall for that. Maze says Trump supporters are going nuts but James says it’s mostly Democrats with Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Ritesh from Netherlands was wondering if James heard of a feminist out of England that married herself because she doesn’t need a man.
Trump Doing What’s Right at Border
(Drudge) VIDEO: Dozens of illegals walk AROUND border wall in Arizona… (The American Mirror) CBP Arizona tweeted a 22-second video clip and wrote: Wednesday morning a group of 66 people, mostly family units, crossed the border where the fence ends east of Sasabe. Video shows the group approaching the fence and walking to the end. 30% of apprehensions in the #TucsonSector are family units surrendering to #BorderPatrol.
(The American Mirror) U.S. immigration and asylum laws only require that they claim to be a family seeking asylum and they’ll be processed at a border patrol facility and released into the U.S. within 20 days, pending a hearing months or years in the future most never bother to attend.
Meanwhile, the Trump administration is revamping policies to end the “catch-and-release” of “family units” to hold families together in detention facilities until their immigration hearing and full processing. In June, DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan testified in the Senate Judiciary Committee that nearly 4,800 migrants presented themselves as fraudulent family units, CNSnews reports.
Earlier last month, CBP San Diego tweeted that walls work, explaining: “Unable to scale the new primary border barrier and flee back to Mexico, two men who entered the U.S. illegally near San Diego were arrested by #BorderPatrol. Barriers give agents the time they need to respond and contain illicit activity at the immediate border.”
CBP also tweeted a week earlier: CBP has constructed over 60 miles of new border wall system along the SW border since 2017 and expects to complete 450 miles by the end of 2020.
Texas Is Losing Its RINOs
Jesse interviewed Allen West last week. He wants to be state chair of the Republican Party.