Planned Parenthood Has A New Ally – Satanists Challenge Abortion Law In Missouri

Planned Parenthood and Satanists – this is one of the most appropriate pairings in human history.

Missouri has reportedly doubled its abortion capacity this year “thanks to the Satanic Temple and Planned Parenthood,” who have worked in tandem to fight the state’s restrictions on abortion.

With some of the most clearly defined regulations on abortion in the nation, Missouri had managed to lower the number of abortion facilities to a single clinic, but a second Missouri clinic opened its doors recently and two others plan on following soon.

Planned Parenthood has battled against state regulations requiring abortion clinics to meet the same surgical center standards as full hospitals and for their doctors to have hospital privileges, and in April a federal court sided with the abortion giant…

…The Satanic Temple has often lent its muscle to pro-abortion efforts alongside Planned Parenthood, and in this case has pressured Missouri legislators and worked through the courts to bring about a relaxing of abortion restrictions, according to reports. One of the Temple’s fundamental tenets is that “One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone.”

On Monday, the Satanic Temple argued in a Missouri court that the state’s abortion restrictions violate members’ rights to free religious practice. BreitBart

Informed Consent violates the First Amendment claim Satanists.

Informed consent laws require patients seeking abortions to read pamphlets designed to dissuade them from choosing the procedure. Often, the pregnant person must also receive an ultrasound. Six states require that patients are told that personhood begins at conception and 13 states require that patients are told about the fetus’ ability to feel pain, according to the Guttmacher Institute. Twenty-seven states have mandatory waiting periods and just four states have 72-hour waiting periods, the longest in the country. ThinkProgress

Missouri’s law mandating that abortion providers get “admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and retrofit their facilities to meet surgical center standards” was rolled back by a federal judge in April, thus paving the way for multiple clinics to open up shop. The crushing blow has offered The Satanic Temple a window of opportunity to attack two other anti-abortion provisions in the state: one requiring women to read anti-abortion pamphlets and another requiring them to wait 72 hours between their initial consultations and a second appointment before the abortion can commence.

The Satanic Temple argued in a Missouri court this past Monday that the two laws violate their religious beliefs, because apparently their religion “prizes rational, independent thought” which would be supplanted if they were forced to read anti-abortion pamphlets and “consider a religious proposition with which they do not agree” during the 72-hour waiting period. DailyWire

St. Louis Man Arrested For Making Bomb Threats To Jewish Centers

Juan Thompson of St. Louis, MO, a black Muslim and leftist has been arrested for JCC bomb threats.  He was fired from the left-leaning publication “The Intercept” for fabricating news stories he wrote.

The federal authorities have charged a St. Louis man with making more than half a dozen bomb threats against Jewish community centers, schools and a Jewish history museum, an unsealed court document shows.

Juan Thompson, 31, was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri. He is accused of making at least eight of the threats against JCCs.

Juan Thompson, made some of the threats in his own name and others in the name of a former girlfriend, apparently in an attempt to intimidate her, according to a federal complaint filed by the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan and unsealed on Friday.

Thompson has a twitter account @JuanMThompson full of anti-semitic and racist tweets….

Thompson, a former Chicago journalist was previously linked to a “pattern of deception” involving fabricating quotes and creating fake email accounts while writing for The Intercept, a New York-based online publication….

He also claimed in a tweet that he was “reverting to Islam”.

In another tweet Thompson calls 42% of Americans “filthy fascist appeasers, and says they should be “taken out along with (President) Trump”. Breaking911

Jeffrey Williams Convicted Of Shooting 2 Ferguson Police Officers In 2015

Jeffrey Williams was a regular ‘protester’ in Ferguson.

A jury has convicted a man of shooting two police officers during a 2015 protest in Ferguson amid fallout over the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown months earlier.

The officers were shot in March 2015 during one of many protests that followed Brown’s August 2014 death. Both officers survived, but one left the department due to his injury, according to Webster Groves Lt. Andy Miller.

A St. Louis County jury deliberated about two hours Thursday night before finding Jeffrey Williams, 22, guilty of two counts of assault, three counts of armed criminal action and one count of shooting from a vehicle. Sentencing is in January, and prosecutor Bob McCulloch said his office will seek life in prison plus additional years for Williams.

“This guy’s very dangerous,” McCulloch said. “There was a big crowd out there that night, not just police but a lot of civilians. He fired off a whole bunch of shots. He’s fortunate he didn’t kill anybody.”

Williams, who was in a car passing through the protest area when bullets struck a Webster Groves officer in the face and a St. Louis County officer in the shoulder, says he isn’t the one who shot the officers. Williams’ attorney, Jerry Christmas, said an appeal is likely.  ABCNews

Update: On Sunday 4 Police Officers Shot In Florida, Missouri, and Texas; 1 Killed 3 Shot

Sunday in 3 different states a police officer working a traffic stop was shot.  3 of the officers were ambushed when the suspect drove up and shot him.

San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Detective Benjamin Marconi
San Antonio Detective Benjamin Marconi

A San Antonio police officer has been shot dead in his patrol car while writing a traffic ticket outside police headquarters.

Detective Benjamin Marconi, 50, was sitting behind the wheel of his vehicle when a man pulled up behind him in a black car in downtown San Antonio on Sunday.

The suspect got out and walked up to the patrol car’s passenger window and shot Marconi in the head, according to Chief William McManus.

The man then reached into the window and shot him a second time in the head. DailyMail


Arrested: Otis Tyrone McKane
Arrested: Otis Tyrone McKane

The gunman who allegedly murdered a San Antonio cop ‘execution-style’ outside a police station because of his uniform has been caught, police announced Monday.

Otis Tyrone McKane, 31, is believed to be the suspect who shot Detective Benjamin Marconi, 50, through the passenger side of his patrol car Sunday, mySA reported.

He was arrested after a SWAT team pulled him over on Interstate 10 East near Ackerman Road, East Bexar County, at around 4.20pm. A woman and a child were also in the vehicle. DailyMail

St. Louis, Missouri


A St. Louis police sergeant was shot in the face Sunday night when a driver pulled up beside him near Hampton and Pernod avenues and opened fire.

“He was targeted because he was a police officer,” Mayor Francis Slay said at a press conference at Barnes Jewish Hospital. “He didn’t stop anybody. He didn’t point a gun at anybody. All of us as a community have to do what we can to help find this guy.”

Police said the sergeant, 46, had been shot twice and was conscious. He was in critical but stable condition and expected to live. He is a 20-year veteran of the department.

The shooting in St. Louis comes on the same day that a police officer in San Antonio was shot to death while writing a ticket. stltoday

The police officer is expected to survive the ‘ambush’ attack and is currently hospitalized.  The suspect was shot dead early on Monday morning after a police chase.  The gunman who ambushed a St Louis police officer and shot him in the face has been killed in a shootout with police.  DailyMail


Sanibel, Florida

Officer Jarred Ciccone
Officer Jarred Ciccone

Sanibel Police officials say the suspect who shot a police officer on the island Sunday evening is in custody.

The suspect was taken into custody in the Dunes neighborhood after exchanging gunfire with officers from the Sanibel Police Department.

According to police, an officer was shot and injured during a drive-by while conducting a traffic stop around 8 p.m. Sources identified the officer as Jarred Ciccone.

The suspect fled the scene and was located in the 1400 block of Sandcastle Road.  NBC-2

UPDATE:  A 4th officer was shot Sunday in Missouri

Gladstone, Missouri

A teen [late teens not a minor] is dead and a Gladstone police officer has non-life threatening injuries after a traffic stop ended in gunfire Sunday night.

It happened about 10:35 p.m. at NW Vivion Rd. and U.S. Highway 169.  Kansas City police officers were called to assist Gladstone police at a traffic stop in the area.

When officers stopped the vehicle the passenger ran from the vehicle, leading police on a foot chase.  Officers caught up to the man and tried to take them into custody. This led to a struggle.

During the struggle, the man pulled out a handgun and multiple shots were fired. The man was killed and a Gladstone officer was also shot. The officer was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and is expected to live. KMOV

University Of Missouri (Mizzou) Loses 1500 Students, Is Flat Broke Following Campus Protests

protest-mizzouBudget shortfall unexpected?

The University of Missouri (MU) is losing about 1500 students and is facing a huge $32 million budget shortfall four months after it attracted national attention as the site of massive race-based campus protests.

“I am writing to you today to confirm that we project a very significant budget shortfall due to an unexpected sharp decline in first-year enrollments and student retention this coming fall. I wish I had better news,” said MU interim chancellor Hank Foley in a Wednesday letter to school staff that was obtained by Fox Sports.

According to Foley’s letter, MU will have about 1500 fewer students in fall 2016 compared to last year, an unexpected drop that is in turn causing a big dip in the school’s tuition income. DailyCaller

University Of Missouri Fires Assistant Professor Melissa Click






The University of Missouri has fired Melissa Click, the assistant professor who yelled for “some muscle” to remove a student reporter from a public area of the Mizzou campus last November.

Assistant Professor Melissa Click, captured on video calling for “some muscle” to remove reporters from a campus protest site, was fired Wednesday by the University of Missouri Board of Curators, Chairwoman Pam Henrickson said in a prepared statement.

The board voted 4-2 in favor of termination during a closed session in Kansas City, with Henrickson and curator John Phillips opposing the move, UM System spokesman John Fougere wrote in an email Thursday. Curators David Steelman, Donald Cupps, Maurice Graham and Phil Snowden voted in favor of firing Click.

Click did not respond to a message seeking comment Thursday. The board earlier voted to suspend Click with pay on Jan. 27.

“The board respects Dr. Click’s right to express her views and does not base this decision on her support for students engaged in protest or their views,” Henrickson said in the prepared statement. “However, Dr. Click was not entitled to interfere with the rights of others, to confront members of law enforcement or to encourage potential physical intimidation against a student.”

The statement from Henrickson cited Click’s behavior at the Homecoming parade, when she cursed at a police officer who was moving protesters out of the street, and on Nov. 9 at Concerned Student 1950’s protest site on the Carnahan Quadrangle. Her actions at the protest site, Henrickson said, “when she interfered with members of the media and students who were exercising their rights in a public space and called for intimidation against one of our students, we believe demands serious action.”  Columbia Tribune

Mizzou’s Assistant Professor Melissa Click Charged With 3rd Degree Assault






Melissa Click is the assistant professor who yelled for “some muscle” to remove a student reporter from a public area of the Mizzou campus last November.  She has been charged with 3rd degree assault for her actions during the campus protests.

The University of Missouri’s Melissa Click has been charged with third degree assault for her actions during a campus protest back in November,ABC 17 reports.

At the time, Mizzou police handed over documents related to the case to prosecutors.

Mizzou student Mark Schierbecker had filed a “municipal simple assault” complaint against Click with university police after the incident, claiming “she physically and verbally assaulted him.”

Earlier this month, state lawmakers had demanded Click’s ouster, and one legislator proposed a bill which would require the study of First Amendment rights at state colleges. TheCollegeFix

Video: University of Missouri Activist Johathan Butler Falsified Claim Aganst University President

The ‘activist’ Butler claims are false.

Jonathan Butler — the University of Missouri grad student who became the public face of the #ConcernedStudent1950 protests that forced the resignation of both the school’s president and chancellor — claimed several times that he was hit by a car carrying the president in early October during the school’s homecoming parade.

However, a look at video of the incident itself shows that Jonathan Butler actually rushes towards the car. BreitBart

University Of Missouri Professor Resigns Over His Refusal To Cancel Exam

muDr. Dale Brigham, “considered one of the most beloved professors” at the University of Missouri has resigned amid backlash (Salon, WaPo, Twitter) for requiring his students to attend class and take their exam.  Some students claimed to feel “unsafe” coming to class.

“If you don’t feel safe coming to class, then don’t come to class,” Dr. Brigham told his students. “I will be there, and there will be an exam administered in our class,” he continued, imploring his students to stand up to the bullies on campus. “If you give into bullies, they win. The only way bullies are defeated is by standing up to them.”…

Under intense pressure, Dr. Brigham has both cancelled the exam and resigned from the university, according to screenshots posted online of an email from Dr. Brigham to his students.

“The exam is cancelled. Our students will be able to take the exam at an alternate date with no loss of points,” Dr. Brigham told students. “No one will have to come to class today. And, I am resigning my position.”

One University of Missouri student told Campus Reform that Dr. Brigham, who he called “one of the most beloved professors at Mizzou,” was forced to resign.

“His class was one of the most popular at Mizzou and he was the friendliest teacher I’ve ever had. It’s a shame that he’s leaving while Melissa Click stays,” the student continued. The student also told Campus Reform that campus was open and classes were being held, but “false KKK threats” caused a “panic” among students. CampusReform

A lot of false rumors and grandiose self-elevating stories swirling around Mizzou.

Student body president Payton Head posted a false threat that the KKK was on campus, which panicked some students.



Police: Payton’s post not true:





This is the same student whose allegation of a “racial slur” helped start this meltdown at MU; “he was walking around campus when the passenger of a pickup repeatedly shouted the “N-word” at him.” (later he said walking through town).

Radical Climate At University Of Missouri

Update:  Mizzou professor Melissa Click resigns her courtesy position, remains on faculty as communications professor.

Irony of ironies! Mizzou has a journalism professor who is anti-free speech!

The anti-Free Speech journalism/communications Professor Click at Mizzou, who does research on Lady Gaga, has resigned her courtesy position at the school of journalism but don’t be fooled, she’s still at teaching at the school of communications. They are merely presenting a facade of repercussions for having an anti-free speech professor in the school of journalism. Independent Sentinel

2 alleged racial incidents, a mediocre team of football players boycott…what is shown at the University of Missouri is an institution that no longer espouses the basic freedoms of America.  What is being seen at the University of Missouri is more along the lines of Maoism.


Professor at University Of Missouri orders students to block and harass campus newspaper reporter.

Did the reporter have the right to be there?  Yes.

On July 14, Gov. Jay Nixon signed Senate Bill 93, also known as the “Campus Free Expression Act.” The bill expands free speech zones on the campuses of public institutions of higher education in Missouri, such as MU’s Speakers Circle, and allows protests and speeches to take place on any outdoor space.

By eliminating free speech zones, expressive acts, such as protests and speeches, can be held throughout campuses,making college campuses “traditional public forums,” according to the bill. The bill was passed unanimously in the state Senate, making Missouri the second state along with Virginia to have passed legislation of this kind to protect the First Amendment rights of students on college campuses.

Dean David Kurpius said in a statement on Tuesday. “The news media have First Amendment rights to cover public events,” he added. “Tai handled himself professionally and with poise.” FoxNews


After seeking media attention for their cause why would the students decide they wanted the media out, they did not want pictures taken?  There were Ferguson professional paid agitators there.

Melissa Click





Assistant professor Melissa Click from the MU School of Journalism could lose her job after her confrontation with photojournalist Tim Tai.

Faculty in the Missouri School of Journalism were voting Tuesday to revoke a courtesy appointment for Melissa Click, an assistant professor in MU’s Department of Communication.

The journalism school’s Executive Committee, including Dean David Kurpius, met Tuesday morning to discuss the vote and prepare a statement on Click’s actions Monday as seen in footage of a confrontation between freelance photographer Tim Tai and protesters near the Concerned Student 1950 camp on the Mel Carnahan Quadrangle.

Click was seen at the end of the video asking for assistance and for “muscle” to remove Mark Schierbecker, who filmed the interaction and uploaded his footage to YouTube. Columbia Missourian

The University of Missouri Police Department sent an email to students to report hateful and/or hurtful speech or actions.


In the email, MUPD readily admits that hurtful or hateful speech is not against the law. But, they write, “if the individuals identified are students, MU’s Office of Student Conduct can take disciplinary action.”

In a statement to Mediaite, the MUPD confirmed that the email was real. When asked about the potential First Amendment implications, a spokesman responded simply, “We are simply asking them to report what they feel is hurtful and/or hateful speech.”

He added that the police did not consider the hateful speech “a criminal matter.” However, “We also work for the University and uphold the Universities Rules and Regulations.” Mediaite


Racial Climate At University Of Missouri

2 alleged racial incidents and a vandalism incident triggered a hunger strike, a walkout by the black football team players, the resignations of the MU president Tim Wolfe and chancellor Loftin.  Mob rule.

Sept. 12: MU senior and president of Missouri Students Association posted “he was walking around campus when the passenger of a pickup repeatedly shouted the “N-word” at him.”

Oct. 5: Legion of Black Collegians members are allegedly the targets of racial slurs by a man on campus. The Legion of Black Collegians shared a letter on social media describing the group’s encounter with overt racism the night before. The group was rehearsing for a performance at Traditions Plaza when a “young man” talking on his cellphone walked up to the group. After being politely and repeatedly asked to leave, the man walked away but referenced LBC members using racial slurs.

The “young man” was drunk and he was promptly thrown out of school.

Oct. 8: After the two alleged incidents — Chancellor Loftin announces mandatory online diversity training for faculty, staff and students, which is met with widespread skepticism.

Oct. 10: Members of Concerned Student 1950 protest during the MU Homecoming Parade, blocking a car carrying UM System President Tim Wolfe.

Oct. 24: Allegedly a swastika using human feces is drawn on a bathroom wall in MU’s Gateway Hall.  The case is still open.

Oct. 27: Concerned Student 1950 meets with Wolfe, but no issues are resolved.

Morning of Nov. 2:   Jonathan Butler announces he will go on a hunger strike until Wolfe is removed from office.

Butler  is a member of a prominent Omaha family. His father, Eric L. Butler an executive vice president for the Union Pacific Railroad made over $8 million last year.

Nov. 7:  Black MU football players plan to boycott.

Nov. 9: Wolfe resigns, hunger strike ends.
Timeline at Columbia Missourian showing no confirmed racial incidents at the University of Missouri.

WaPo liberal Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Eugene Robinson cannot name a single reason MU President deserved to be ousted.


MSNBC host Joe Scarborough asked a liberal Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Eugene Robinson to name “specifics” on why University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe was forced to resign, and concluded that Robinson’s response was “troubling.”

Robinson said he “hasn’t been on the campus,” but that as far as students are concerned, the controversy was more about “what the administration did not do rather than what it did.”

“There are a lot of African American students and other minority students on that campus who obviously feel that for whatever reasons the campus was not made to be a friendly, accepting and supportive place in the way that…”

Scarborugh interrupted Robinson and asked for the “specifics,’ the “reasons” why some students felt excluded, but the Washington Post columnist admitted that he didn’t know.

“Isn’t that troubling that you don’t know, a Pulitzer Prize winner?” Scarborough pressed further. “This guy is run out as president of the university because a football team said ‘we’re not going to play,’ and neither you nor I reading these articles know what he did to evoke this type of response.” The Blaze


Harris-Stowe State University To Pay $4.8 Million For Firing Teacher For Being White

A ‘Black Power’ administrator at Harris-Stowe State University fired teachers for being white.

A historically black college in St. Louis, Mo., has been forced to cough up $4.85 million to a fired professor when a court found the woman was fired for being white.

Beverly Wilkins was a professor at Harris-Stowe State University’s College of Education from 2001 until 2010, when she was fired. In 2012, though, she struck back with a lawsuit, saying her departure wasn’t for budgetary or performance reasons but instead was due to an administrator’s vendetta against the white race.

According to Wilkins’ lawsuit, she started to be pushed out at Harris-Stowe after the college hired Latisha Smith as a faculty member in 2007. Smith was quickly promoted to assistant dean and then dean of the College of Education, and Wilkins said she subscribed to a “black power” ideology that drove her to purge the college of all whites. In 2010 Wilkins was fired, with Smith blaming the move on state budget cuts. Wilkins says every white professor at the school was ultimately let go, except for one protected by tenure. Meanwhile, only one black professor was let go, and it was due to a sex crime conviction. DailyCaller