51 Muslim “Refugees” Beaten To A Pulp In Russia After Molesting Women At Night Club

Refugees Go Clubbing In Russia, Harass Girls, Wake Up In Hospital The Next Morning – Daily Caller


A group of 51 refugees were brutally assaulted outside a night club in Murmansk, Russia, after they groped and molested women at a night club Saturday.

The refugees had previously been ordered to leave Norway for “bad behavior” and tried their luck in Russia. What they didn’t realize when they went out clubbing in Murmansk is that Russians have less tolerance when it comes to sexual assault on local women than other European countries.

The refugees allegedly groped and harassed women in a similar manner as the assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve. A group of male Russian took them aside to “educate” them that “Cologne is 2,500 kilometers south of here.”

The refugees tried to flee but were quickly captured by the Russians. They then took them out to the street and gave them a beating they will remember. Police arrived to break up the fight but locals report that they threw a few punches at the refugees before arresting 33 of them. Eighteen refugees were in such bad condition they had to be take to the hospital.

Police decided to let the beatings slide and didn’t file a report. The only thing they could confirm was that there was “a mass brawl involving refugees.”



Houstonites Overwhelmingly Reject Ordinance Allowing Men In Dresses To Use Women’s Restrooms

Houston LGBT Nondiscrimination Ordinance Rejected By Voters – The Blaze


An ordinance that would have established nondiscrimination protections for gay and transgender people in Houston failed to win approval from voters on Tuesday.

The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance was rejected after a nearly 18-month battle that spawned rallies, legal fights and accusations of both religious intolerance and demonization of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

Supporters of the ordinance had said it would have offered increased protections for gay and transgender people, as well as protections against discrimination based on sex, race, age, religion and other categories.

Opponents of the ordinance, including a coalition of conservative pastors, said it infringed on their religious beliefs regarding homosexuality. But in the months leading up to Tuesday’s vote, opponents focused their campaign on highlighting one part of the ordinance related to the use of public bathrooms by transgender men and women that opponents alleged would open the door for sexual predators to go into women’s restrooms.

Democratic Houston Mayor Annise Parker, who is gay, and other supporters of the ordinance had called this “bathroom ordinance” strategy highly misleading and a scare tactic.

The ordinance was initially approved by the Houston City Council in May 2014 but a lawsuit to have residents vote on the measure eventually made it to the Texas Supreme Court, which in July ordered the city to either repeal the ordinance or put it on the ballot.

Tuesday’s referendum drew attention from around the nation, with the measure getting high-profile endorsements last week from the White House, high-tech giant Apple and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. The ordinance also had received support from other members of Houston’s religious community.

Campaign for Houston, which fought the ordinance, said opponents included a diverse group of individuals, such as pastors from all denominations and local and state elected officials.

On Monday, Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott had tweeted his support for opponents, saying, “HOUSTON: Vote Texas values, not @HillaryClinton values. Vote NO on City of Houston Proposition 1. No men in women’s bathrooms.”



Homicidal Democrat: ‘I Don’t Think We Do Children A Favor By Forcing Women To Give Birth’

Gwen Moore: ‘I Don’t Think We Do Children A Favor By Forcing Women To Give Birth’ – Daily Caller


Democratic Wisconsin Rep. Gwen Moore is continuing her push to keep Planned Parenthood funded, claiming reallocating the funds to other healthcare organizations that don’t perform abortions wouldn’t be an adequate option.

At a press conference held by the Congressional Black Caucus Monday, Moore said due to the length of time women are fertile throughout their lives, it can be difficult preventing pregnancy.

“That is a lot of time to prevent pregnancies, and it’s hard for me to believe that any woman would want to be pregnant every year for 35 years,” she said. “So women have been desperately in need for this healthcare remedy, which is why it has been such a strenuous effort to provide this life saving benefit to women.”

While Planned Parenthood receives close to half a billion dollars a year in federal funds, Moore says due to the Hyde Amendment none of that money goes toward abortions. Critics say the money indirectly funds the cause because money provided by private donors could be used for women’s healthcare instead of the procedure.

Planned Parenthood has recently come under fire after a series of videos allegedly showing doctors discussing selling fetal body parts for profit. Republican legislatures have since pushed to defund the organization, some even at the cost of a government shutdown.

Moore also said many women with unintended pregnancies carry out full-terms because they can’t afford the service.

“It has all kinds of implications on a family – not just financial, but emotional, social and the ability of a family to provide for their children really relies on that family being able to decide when and how many children and if they will have any children at all,” she said. “I don’t think we do children a favor by forcing women to give birth.”



Hitlery’s ‘No Ceilings’ Women’s Empowerment Project Accepted $5 Million From Sexual Abuser

Hillary’s ‘No Ceilings’ Project Accepted $5 Million From Sexual Abuser – Daily Caller


Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s “No Ceilings” women’s empowerment project at the Clinton Foundation accepted a $5 million commitment last December from a Swiss billionaire even as his lawyers were fighting in federal court to hide his darkest secret – a long record of sexually abusing women.

The No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project is needed, according to the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, because “even today, persistent stereotypes and barriers keep women from equal access, representation, and compensation in our communities and around the world.”

Hansjorg Wyss, a generous donor to major liberal groups like the Center for American Progress and longtime financial patron of Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta, also launched a “Women’s Equality Program” at his $2.1 billion Wyss Foundation. His net worth is estimated at $6.1 billion.

At issue in the federal district court case was a $1.5 million settlement of a suit brought by Jacqueline Long, a Colorado woman who charged that Wyss brutally and sexually abused her for years while serving as his employee.

Long, a former development officer at the HJW Foundation, said she had to have sex with him in return for his grants to non-profits that focused on at-risk youth and sex trafficking, causes to which she was passionately devoted.

“He was not interested in these programs,” Long told the Daily Caller News Foundation in an exclusive interview. “He was only doing it in reward for my having sex with him. It was a tool for leverage.”

In the court pleadings, Wyss’s lawyers hinted at the severity of the sex abuse, stating, “The agreement at issue are (sic) both highly confidential and relate to extremely private matters.”

The Clinton Foundation repeatedly declined to respond to TheDCNF questions about the Wyss gift and the non-profit’s vetting process of its donors. Earlier this year, Charity Navigator, a philanthropy watchdog group, put the Clinton Foundation on its “watch list” for troubled non-profits.

Viveca Novak, the communications director for the non-partisan Center for Responsive Politics, told TheDCNF the Wyss gift “does make one question what kind of vetting process the Clinton Foundation has in accepting donations.”

The Wyss Foundation also did not respond to TheDCNF telephone requests for comment.

Long is not the only woman to claim sexual abuse by Wyss. Diane E. Bailey, another former Wyss employee, filed a federal lawsuit against Wyss in 2000, charging that he created a hostile work environment for women at Synthes, then a U.S. subsidiary of a Swiss medical devices corporation. Wyss served as CEO at its U.S. headquarters in West Chester, PA. He was also Synthes’ major stockholder.

Bailey described an incident in which Wyss showed Synthes’ employees a slide show from a vacation and repeatedly pointed out pictures of male sex organs that were included.

Although Bailey lost her case claiming employment discrimination, the judge noted that the sexually offensive incidents she cited were “undisputed by the defendants.” The defendants included Wyss personally, his company and his foundations.

Wyss is no stranger to federal judges or prosecutors. In 2011, Synthes attorneys settled multiple criminal charges brought against it in 2009 by the Department of Justice after the firm conducted illegal spinal medical tests that killed four people on operating tables.

Wyss’s top four executives went to jail and his company was forced to pay $23 million in fines for violating the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. But Wyss was never indicted, even though he was named as “Person No. 7” in the original indictment, which said company memos showed Wyss authorized the tests to go forward without FDA approval.

Wyss sold Synthes to Johnson & Johnson for $21.3 billion in 2011, a transaction that was key to his now being ranked by Forbes magazine as the 204th richest man in the world.

Long said she was “shocked and devastated” when she learned of the Wyss contribution to the No Ceilings program that Clinton reportedly views as her signature achievement for women at the Clinton Foundation.

Long sent the Clinton Foundation a letter and supporting documents last December to warn the former secretary of state and first lady about Wyss. The envelope, which had been opened, was returned to Long. Written in bold on the outside were the words, “Will Not Accept.”


Russell Bryant, whose wife Joan died on the operating table while undergoing Synthes’ illegal operations and who is suing Wyss, among others, said he believed the Clinton Foundation was taking “dirty money.”

“His philanthropy is totally hypocritical. His motive for giving money is to cover up his bad behavior. I think the Clinton Foundation would accept anything from anybody and they close their eyes from where the money comes from,” he told TheDCNF.

Long’s relationship with Wyss began as a friendship, then progressed to jobs he arranged for her with his foundation and a California winery he owns.

At the foundation, Long supported Colorado groups devoted to two causes that were her passion, homeless youth and sex trafficking of women and girls.

The relationship deteriorated over time, however, as Wyss first pressured her to have sex, then advanced to physical and sexual abuse, according to Long.

Long filed a police report with the Morris Township Police Department on April 3, 2011, following an especially brutal sexual assault by Wyss at the Governor Morris Hotel when she tried to break off the relationship.

“He sexually assaulted me – me screaming no (to) stop it,” she wrote in her own hand writing in a statement to police that was obtained by TheDCNF.

She charged that he “almost suffocated me by putting his fist in my mouth. I struggled and pushed. I thought for sure he was going to kill me,” she wrote to police. She also charged he roughly penetrated her with a vibrator.

Long filed a 2012 EEOC complaint against Wyss, charging she “has been the victim of sexual harassment, a sexually hostile work environment, quid pro quo discrimination and sexual discrimination,” according to a copy of the complaint obtained by TheDCNF.

Prior to the final settlement of the case, M. Ryan DiMaria, Long’s attorney, warned Wyss lawyers in a May 8, 2013, letter that physical abuse was the key issue.

“The graphic allegations of sexual abuse, sadomasochism, and significantly unique fetish interests of Mr. Wyss have to be heard by the court,” DiMaria argued.

The four deaths caused by the illegal medical testing and the repeated allegations of sexual abuse of women contradict the carefully cultivated image of Wyss as a compassionate philanthropist. He is a major donor to 186 liberal groups, bestowing more than $132 million on them since 2002, according to his Form 990 filings with the IRS.

He gave $125 million to Harvard University to establish the Wyss Center for Biologically Inspired Engineering in 2009, the same year Synthes was indicted by the Justice Department. He doubled that contribution to $250 million in 2013.

The Wyss connection to Podesta included $6.2 million in contributions to the Center for American Progress. Podesta was CAP’s founding chairman, while Wyss was a member of its board of directors.

Podesta was President Bill Clinton’s White House chief of staff and was a special counselor on environmental issues to President Barack Obama. Podesta left the Obama White House to serve as chairman of Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Immediately prior to joining the Obama White House, Podesta served as a “consultant” to Wyss, receiving $87,000 in compensation.

Court documents show Wyss was obsessed with keeping the $1.5 million settlement with Long out of public records.

“Long and her counsel acknowledge that the confidentiality of this agreement is of the utmost importance and without their unequivocal commitment to keep this agreement and the negotiations preceding this agreement confidential, the defendants would not have entered into this agreement,” the Wyss attorneys said in the final settlement, a copy of which was obtained by TheDCNF.

Wyss was known for poor treatment of women during his years as CEO of Synthes. A former Synthes consulting surgeon who was a Wyss friend told TheDCNF that “their company was not known for being a company sensitive to women and women’s issues.”

“There were lots of dirty jokes. Any time you mentioned a ‘screw,’ there would always be a little giggle,” he said.

Another former Synthes employee said the entire executive floor was comprised of men except for one woman. All of the secretaries were women.

“When I was there, what I do know is that he would brag about screwing all the secretaries,” the former employee told theDCNF.

People who know Long said she remained at the foundation despite the abuse because she felt she was able to accomplish a greater good: helping groups committed to homelessness and sex trafficking.

At one point, Long turned to Wyss for financial aid for her daughter Callie, who suffered an ultimately terminal drug addiction. Long said Wyss gave her checks for her family following rounds of sex.

Anne Harris, a development director for Urban Peaks, a Colorado nonprofit that focused on youth homelessness, told TheDCNF Long secured Wyss funding for the group and “was very passionate. There was a personal desire to be connected to this mission.”

Harris said Long “invited us to come up to Boulder and was going to meet Hansjorg. I was really impressed with Jackie’s diligence and persistence because it wasn’t his [Wyss’s] priority. I, for one, was really grateful for her vision.”

Long said the pattern of abusive sex, then gifts was “very common behavior with Hansjorg,” Long said. “He does something horrific, then purges himself by giving to a foundation, tries to give you gifts.”

Tom Koby, a former chief of police in Boulder, Colo., said Long was key to helping law enforcement agencies focused on sex trafficking.

“She is, I believe, a little angel,” he told TheDCNF.

Koby became a Long confidant as her relationship with Wyss worsened. “She related to me that the relationship had not only deteriorated, but there developed some physical abuse,” he said.

“Part of why Jackie continued in the relationship with Hans was her passion about doing some good through these organizations,” Koby said.

“I just looked at Jackie and said, ‘look Jackie, if those things are happening, that’s evil at play,” he advised. “You need to get out of that relationship.”



President Asshat Enjoys Women’s College Basketball Game As U.S. Troops Flee Yemen

Obama Enjoys Ivy League Women’s College Basketball As U.S. Troops Flee Yemen – Daily Caller


President Barack Obama enjoyed NCAA women’s college basketball tournament action on Saturday as approximately U.S. 100 troops evacuated a rapidly deteriorating and chaotic situation near the southern Yemen city of al-Houta.

The soldiers – many of them elite special forces commandos – had been stationed at al-Anad air base in the war-torn Arab country, reports BBC News.

The proximate cause of the hasty Saturday exit was a Friday attack on the city of al-Houta by al-Qaida fighters. A quick counter-attack by the Yemeni army has since reportedly minimized al-Qaida gains.

Friday also saw a suicide bomb attack in Sana’a, the capital of Yemen. At least 137 people died in the bombing, for which Islamic State-associated combatants have claimed credit.

Obama sat in a prime seat at the first-round NCAA tournament game at XFINITY Center in College Park, Md. He was surrounded by a group of fans festooned in orange and black — the colors of fancypants Princeton University.

Obama’s niece, Leslie Robinson, plays on the Princeton women’s team, which is currently undefeated for the season.

Princeton, a #8 seed, beat the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay, a #9 seed, by a score of 80-70 on Saturday afternoon.

Fans at the game chanted “four more years,” notes Yahoo! News.

In the fall of 2014, Obama touted Yemen as a War on Terror success story.

Yemen is currently undergoing what amounts to a civil war involving several armed and vigorous elements including al-Qaida and ISIS.

A number of weeks ago, U.S. Marines allegedly destroyed their weapons or simply left them to Yemeni factions before leaving in the midst of an Iran-backed coup.



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Democrat Corruption Update: 4 More Women Accuse San Diego Mayor Of Sexual Harassment

4 More Women Accuse San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Of Sexual Harassment – Denver Post

Four more women publicly identified themselves Thursday as targets of Mayor Bob Filner’s unwanted sexual advances – bringing to seven the number of accusers who have come forward this week.


They include a retired Navy rear admiral, a dean at San Diego State University and the head of the city’s Ports Tenants Association.

For the past two weeks, Filner, 70, has been mired in scandal. The lurid claims have become the talk of the town – plunging California’s second-largest city into political turmoil amid demands for its first Democratic leader in decades to resign.

Yet Filner shows no sign of quitting, fueling talk of a recall effort less than eight months into his four-year term. Filner refused to discuss the allegations when hounded by reporters Thursday, saying they should be addressed through legal channels.

“Let’s take a deep breath, let that process work itself out,” he said. “Meanwhile, we got a city to run.”

The San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee was to meet Thursday evening to reconsider its position on Filner. At a meeting last week, the party split on whether to call for his resignation, but that was before the seven women came forward with detailed allegations of mistreatment.

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