Then he went golfing.
It was the second day in a row that Obama went golfing.
“Peaceful” #Ferguson2CLE protesters harassed and assaulted a WKYC reporter Sunday in Cleveland.
The entire episode was caught on tape.
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A WKYC photojournalist was assaulted while covering the #Ferguson2CLE protest Sunday evening in Cleveland. It was caught by at least two cameras, including his own.
“They were bumping into me and stuff and then this guy came up out of nowhere, hit my camera, knocked my light off. We can see that from the video,” said Channel 3 photojournalist George Payamgis. “Then somebody came from behind with an Anonymous mask and smashed the camera. You can see that twice.”
In addition to Payamgis’s camera, the altercation was caught on a smartphone by a Channel 3 viewer, who asked to remain anonymous.
The viewer video shows a person wearing a Guy Fawkes mask, often associated with the hacker group Anonymous, assaulting Payamgis.
Two New York City Cops Shot & Killed Execution Style Saturday Afternnon.
It was an apparent revenge murder for the death of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
The police officers were sitting in their car when the gunman shot them.
Both officers were killed in the shooting.
The killer, Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley, posted an ominous threat to “Put Wings on Pigs” before the shooting.
Ismaaiyl Brinsley was tracking the police with the Police Alert App WAZE to track police officers.
Brinsley posted this on Instagram.
He was having a conversation about police in the Staten Island area.
Via Weasel Zippers:
He thanked his friend “Nita Boo” for the heads up.
The Instagram page has since been taken down.
NAACP President Cornell William Brooks told reporters today that it wasn’t fair to blame Democratic politicians for the execution style murders of two police officers on Saturday.
Brooks was invited on Face the Nation this morning.
New York City Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were shot dead by a crazed killer who said he was going to revenge the deaths of robber Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
The Hill reported, via Free Republic:
The head of the NAACP said it is “not fair” for the leader of a prominent police union and former Gov. George Pataki (R-N.Y.) to blame Democratic politicians for the deaths of two New York City police officers.
“I don’t believe it’s fair to link the criminal insanity of a lone gunman to the peaceful protest and aspirations of many people across the country, including the attorney general, the mayor, and the president is simply not fair,” Cornell William Brooks, the president of the NAACP, told CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were shot and killed Saturday afternoon while sitting in their patrol car by a man who posted messages to his social media accounts described by New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton as “very anti-police.”
Images of an Instagram account believed to belong to the suspect, 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley, said he planned to undertake the killing as revenge for the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two unarmed black men who were killed in confrontations with white police officers. In both cases, grand juries declined to bring charges, sparking protests across the country.
JUST ONE WEEK AGO—
Several thousand protesters marched in New York City.
The protesters were part of Al Sharpton’s “Million Marchers” protest against police violence.
The protesters chanted “What do we want?… Dead cops!” as they marched in New York City.
Officer Charles “Charlie” Kondek, 45, was shot dead and run over in Tarpon Springs, Florida Saturday night.
Kondek was the father of six children.
A Tarpon Springs police officer with a wife and six children was shot and killed early Sunday while responding to a nuisance noise call, police said.
Officer Charles “Charlie” Kondek, 45, was shot around 2 a.m. near Glen’s Eureka Apartments by Marco Antonio Parilla Jr., 23, who was released from prison in March, said Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri.
Parilla, who was wanted for a probation violation, had been knocking on doors in the apartment complex at 199 Grand Blvd., looking for a person who he believed got him into recent trouble with law enforcement, Gualtieri said.
A woman who Parilla arrived with in a Hyundai Elantra stayed in the car with the stereo turned up. When a resident asked her to turn down the volume, she refused and the resident called police.
When Kondek arrived, he approached the Hyundai. When Parilla saw Kondek he started firing at him with a 40-caliber handgun, Gualtieri said.
Kondek was able to return two shots, investigators said. As Parilla drove away from the scene, he backed over Kondek, investigators said.
Gualtieri said Kondek, a former New York City police officer, was killed by a gunshot that struck his neck area, just above his protective vest. Tarpon Springs police and fire rescue tried to resuscitate Kondek but he died later at Florida Hospital North Pinellas.
As Parilla fled, a man stepped out of an apartment and fired a 9 mm gun five times at the Hyundai, investigators said. That man, who thought Parilla was there to confront him, was not charged with a crime Sunday.
Parilla, who partied in Pasco County before heading south to Tarpon Springs, was arrested after he crashed the car into a pole at Athens and Cross streets and fled, deputies said. He faces first-degree murder charges.
Marco Antonio Parilla Jr. is escorted into the Pinellas County Jail on Sunday after murdering Officer Charles Kondek. (TBO)
The head of New York City’s largest police union blasted Mayor Bill De Blasio and Eric Garner protesters saying they “had blood on their hands” after two police officers were gunned down execution-style yesterday in Brooklyn.
“There’s blood on many hands tonight… It starts on the steps of City Hall in the office of the mayor.”
The head of the city’s largest police union blasted Mayor Bill de Blasio and Eric Garner protesters saying they had “blood on their hands” after two police officers were gunned down as they sat in a police vehicle Saturday afternoon.
Just hours after NYPD officers Wenjian Liu, 32, and Rafael Ramos, 40, were killed near Myrtle and Tompkins avenues, Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association president Pat Lynch slammed the mayor and railed against “those that incited violence on the street under the guise of protest.”
“There’s blood on many hands tonight,” Lynch declared outside Woodhull Hospital in Bed-Stuy after the bodies of the slain officers were carried out in a solemn ceremony where they were saluted by dozens of officers. “That blood on the hands starts on the steps of City Hall, in the office of the mayor.”
Liu and Ramos were shot by Ismaayil Brinsley, 28, Saturday afternoon in what de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton called “an assassination.”
Elizabeth Andrews from FOX Channel 2 in St. Louis barely about got ran over by the scrum.
A brawl broke out at the Rams-Giants game Sunday afternoon after Odell Beckham Jr. took issue with a late hit.
Police warned of another suspect who may be on way to New York to kill police officers.
The suspect sent a threat via Instagram to NYPD officers Sunday afternoon.
FOX News reported:
The Office of Homeland Security and Memphis police questioned a suspect Sunday after the New York Police Department issued a warning to officers that a man was driving to New York from Tennessee to kill two more police officers, Fox News has learned.
Homeland Security questioned the suspect at his home and released him, according to an email from the Memphis Police Department in response to a FoxNews.com inquiry.
The initial warning, issued via a text message to NYPD officers Sunday afternoon, comes one day after a gunman ambushed and murdered two police officers — Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu — as they sat in their patrol car in Brooklyn. The gunman, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, fled to a nearby subway station, where he shot himself in the head and later died.
The NYPD text alert, obtained by FoxNews.com, shows a photograph of a young man, and displays his name and birth date. Fox News is withholding the information pending confirmation by the NYPD.
But facts rarely matter to leftist reporters with an agenda.
Today, investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson responded to Politifact.
Attkisson noted that the media coverage of Ebola vanished after the White House appointed a far left hack with expertise in revolutionary politics as Ebola czar.
Attkisson told Howard Kurtz on Media Buzz that the CDC is hiding suspected cases from the American public.
Infectious disease experts remain very concerned about the disease… A lot of the media coverage has gone from overtime to almost nothing since the administration has appointed an Ebola czar. And I don’t think that’s any accident. That’s a strategy… I called CDC not long ago and said, “How many active cases are being monitored in the United States of Ebola?” And they said, “1,400.” And I said, “Where is that on your website, these updates?” And they said, “We’re not putting it on the web.” So I think there’s an effort to control the message and tamp it down. This is public information we have a right to and I think the media should not hype it but cover it.
Via Media Buzz:
For the record… Obama’s lie about executive amnesty that he repeated more than 20 times did not register in Politifact’s voting.
Two car bombs exploded in Malmo, Sweden early Saturday morning.
Swedish police officers seal off the scene of a bomb explosion close to a justice center in Malmo, Sweden, November 30, 2014. (Press TV)