It looks like it’s 9/11 all over again!
As we reach the two-week mark in the Las Vegas shooting mystery. Americans find themselves still asking, even more, questions as to what happened on that tragic night where 58 people lost their lives and over 500 were injured. In the midst of a range of theories and conspiracies, this week multiple internet sleuths noted the proximity between a United States ally’s government during both this terrorist attack and the 9/11 attacks. Saudi Arabia!
For who knows what reason Saudi Arabia is still being considered a close United States ally and friend. Although they are notorious for their human rights violations and hatred towards the west.
But this is where the story gets even more interesting, in 2007 Saudi’s Kingdom Holding Company actually bought 45 percent of the stock in the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts which owns the Mandalay Bay Casino and Resorts. And to add to the mystery, 45 percent of additional stock is owned by Cascade Investment Management. Which is a company controlled by none other than the extreme far leftist, Bill Gates. And interestingly enough both these companies teamed up in 2010 to work together in order to make the Four Seasons a privately held company.
The Free Thought Project reported:
In Las Vegas, the top six floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel are owned by the Four Seasons. This hotel became the subject of a deadly terror attack when suspect Stephen Paddock reportedly opened fire out of the windows of his suite on the 32nd floor, sending a spree of bullets down to a crowd of around 22,000 people at a music festival across the street.
While it may have been pure coincidence that a man intent on carrying out a massacre, happened to rent a hotel room near a floor owned by the Saudi Royal Family, there is one important factor: When the Saudi Air Force visited Las Vegas recently, they did not stay at Mandalay Bay—the hotel in which they own 45 percent of the top six floors.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that a “Middle East Air Force” booked the entire W Las Vegas hotel for the month of August, and sources noted that it was the Royal Saudi Air Force. This raises the question of why the members did not stay at the Four Seasons at Mandalay Bay, when half of the stock is owned by the kingdom, and it is typically their location of choice.
The question of whether Saudi Arabia could be involved stems from President Trump’s leniency towards the U.S. ally, and from the questions of Saudi Kingdom involvement that arose after 9/11.
As The Free Thought Project reported, in July, a federal judge in Miami reversed her decision to push for the release of crucial documents revealing information on the funding of the 9/11 attacks. The information, which stemmed from a 2002 FBI report, is said to have included evidence of “many connections” between the Saudi family and “individuals associated with the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001.”
It was also revealed last year, after the infamous 28-pages were declassified, that the Saudi government aided the 9/11 terrorists.
Couple all this with the fact that two weeks later the mystery of this shooting is nowhere near being explained this whole episode starts to reak of a conspiracy. What is even more concerning is how Saudi Arabia always seems to be in the middle of messes like this, just like in 9/11 where that nation trained and partially funded the 9/11 hijackers while the official word from the “Kindom” was that they had nothing whatsoever to do with it. Maybe we should have invaded Saudi Arabia instead of Iraq!
Here’s more on Saudi Arabia and the nation’s ties to terror.
FPI BULLETIN: SAUDI ARABIA AND TERROR FINANCING
This month, Saudi Arabia launched massive military exercises that underscore its recent offer to send ground forces to fight against ISIS as part of a U.S.-led coalition. While Riyadh and Washington share the objective of destroying ISIS, our counterterrorism priorities are not always aligned. Therefore, Riyadh’s recent moves justify a re-examination of whether and when the Saudis can serve as reliable partners in combating violent Islamic extremism. Despite allegations that the monarchy has directly supported violent extremists such as al-Qaeda, there is no public evidence supporting this charge. However, Saudi Arabia’s mixed record on combating terrorist financing over the past 15 years reveals that Riyadh is more concerned with its domestic security and regional feuds than it is focused on combating global terrorism.
U.S.-Saudi Mistrust After 9/11
After it was revealed that 15 of the 19 hijackers on September 11, 2001 were Saudis, the Saudi government and royal family were the targets of multiple lawsuits by employers and families of the victims. Prominent U.S. lawmakers also indicated concerns about Saudi Arabia. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) observed that the United States “in some ways, have had a good relationship with [the Saudis] over the years, and in other ways, it appears as if they’re funding our enemies.” Amid legislative proposals to compel Saudi cooperation, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) criticized Riyadh for a “well-documented history of suborning terrorist financing and ignoring the evidence when it comes to investigating terrorist attacks on Americans.” A December 2002 report by the House and Senate intelligence committees investigated these issues, but 28 still-classified pages related to Saudi Arabia resulted in controversy over whether Washington protectedSaudi government figures.
Despite such controversy, the 9/11 Commission Report “found no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior Saudi officials individually funded [al Qaeda].” However, the Commission also noted that “Saudi Arabia has been a problematic ally in combating Islamic extremism. At the level of high policy, Saudi Arabia’s leaders cooperated with American initiatives aimed at the Taliban or Pakistan before 9/11. At the same time, Saudi Arabia’s society was a place where al Qaeda raised money directly from individuals and through charities.” The Report states that although it did not find evidence to incriminate Riyadh, “This conclusion does not exclude the likelihood that charities with significant Saudi government sponsorship diverted funds to al Qaeda.”
Before the 9/11 attacks, the Saudi royal family had long shied away from cracking down on private donors and foundations linked to terrorist financing, primarily to avoid confrontation with the powerful ultra-conservative clerics in the kingdom and their followers. After 9/11, Riyadh remained reluctant to help the U.S. Treasury Department dismantle international terror funding networks with links to donors and foundations in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia Steps Up After New Terror Threats in the Kingdom
Saudi Arabia’s complacency was rocked in 2003-2006 after a series of significant attacks within the kingdom claimed dozens of lives and demonstrated to Saudi citizens and rulers that al Qaeda posed a direct threat to Saudi Arabia’s stability. This development propelled Riyadh to dramatically strengthen its policies and enforcement to stop terrorist financing stemming from within the kingdom. Testifying before the Senate in 2005, U.S. Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Daniel L. Glaser stated, “Today, Saudi Arabia is actively countering the threat of terrorism. This is a key success, unfortunately catalyzed by the May 2003 terrorist attacks in Riyadh, which alerted the kingdom that terrorism was not only a theoretical global problem, but very much a local one.”
With aggressive arrests and widespread crackdowns on financing and operating of terrorist cells, as well as efforts to better train police and monitor mosques as part of a wide-ranging counterterrorism program, the Saudi government subdued the internal threat from al Qaeda. Riyadh also began to cooperate with efforts by the U.S Treasury Department to sanction charitable foundations that were financing al Qaeda and the Taliban. The Saudi government also instituted new financial restrictions on charities, such as limits on cash transactions, foreign transactions, and multiple accounts.
Today, Saudi Arabia likely sees the battle against al Qaeda within the kingdom to be past its violent peak, but not yet over, argues The Washington Institute for Near East Policy’s Lori Plotkin Boghardt. Since 2008, a special Saudi terrorism court has prosecuted thousands of suspects charged with playing a role in the al Qaeda attacks of 2003-2006. In January 2016, the Saudis executed 43 men charged with supporting al Qaeda plots from a decade ago. (Regrettably, the court has also tried Saudi human rights activists, including female drivers, whose activities the kingdom has defined as terrorism.) The individual most responsible for the kingdom’s aggressive approach to terrorism in recent years is the recently anointed crown prince, Muhammad bin Nayef, who built his reputation by leading the kingdom’s campaign against al Qaeda and surviving a 2009 attack on his person. The efforts of the crown prince and others demonstrate a new seriousness of purpose, although loopholes remain as Saudi Arabia turns its attention to the threat posed by the Islamic State (also known as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh).
Funding Loopholes Remain
Saudi Arabia’s position on ISIS parallels the kingdom’s hostility towards al Qaeda. ISIS leader Abu Bakr- al-Baghdadi has branded Saudi royalty as apostates. His calls for attacks on the kingdom have resulted in a wave of suicide bombings and other attacks. In 2014, the Saudis designated the Islamic State as a terrorist organization, which rendered any financial support illegal. Saudi Arabia has also arrested ISIS cells in the kingdom. Nonetheless, Saudi citizens who support the Islamic State and other extremists in Syria are finding ways to provide those groups with funding.
”There is no credible evidence that the Saudi government is financially supporting ISIS,” writes Lori Plotkin Boghardt, since “Riyadh views [ISIS] as a terrorist organization that poses a direct threat to the kingdom’s security.” Yet she notes, “Riyadh could do much more to limit private funding,” especially via other Gulf States that offer more permissive financial networks.
Senior U.S. officials have publically stated their concerns about terror-financing contributions routed through third parties. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a 2012 speech about combating ISIS, said, “the Saudis, the Qataris, and others need to stop their citizens from directly funding extremist organizations, as well as the schools and mosques around the world that have set too many young people on a path to radicalization.” Speaking in March 2014, Treasury Under-Secretary David Cohen revealed, “A number of fundraisers operating in more permissive jurisdictions – particularly in Kuwait and Qatar – are soliciting donations to fund extremist insurgents, not to meet legitimate humanitarian needs.” He explains, “Fundraisers aggressively solicit donations online from supporters in other countries, notably Saudi Arabia, which have banned unauthorized fundraising campaigns for Syria.” The recipients of these funds include al Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate, Jabhat al-Nusra, as well as ISIS, Cohen said.
David Weinberg of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies laments that “Saudi authorities have also declined to take punitive measures against local preachers … [who] advised donors to circumvent local restrictions by sending their donations to accounts in Qatar and Kuwait.” Social media and crowd funding technologies have particularly made it easier for smaller donations to circumvent Riyadh’s policing of the formal financial sector. Cash transfers across state borders also easily escape detection. Boghardt concludes that “a combination of politics, logistics, and limited capabilities have impeded more effective Saudi efforts to counter terrorism financing.”
Incentivizing Saudi Cooperation
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry admitted in January 2015, “We all know that massive private funding goes to the extremist groups,” and governments must step up their programs to stop this. But it may be difficult to compel Saudi Arabia to more comprehensively combat the outflow of money to extremists abroad, since this goes beyond Saudi Arabia’s own concerns of domestic stability, which have been its key incentive to combat terrorism over the past decade. Moreover, many Saudis view Sunni extremists abroad as a bulwark against the influence of the kingdom’s rival, Iran. So as long as Saudi Arabia senses that the United States is seeking rapprochement with Tehran, it may resist pressure to more aggressively assist with Washington’s global counterterrorism efforts. While maintaining pressure on Riyadh to fight terrorist financing, the United States can also work to reassure Saudi Arabia that we will not ignore Iran’s regional aggression. Steps for doing so would include firm responses to such Iranian provocations as ballistic missile launches, as well as renewing Washington’s faltering commitment to the ouster of Bashar al-Assad, Tehran’s most important client in the region.
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This Is The DISGUSTING Reason Soros Is In The US Right Now, And Who He’s Secretly Meeting With Changes Everything
It’s time to take a stand against him!
Extreme Liberal billionaire and Nazi Collaborator George Soros and House Minority Leader Nancy “Stretch” Pelosi were listed as the main attractions Friday at a California gathering of the anti-Trump elite.
The secretive four-day event in the posh Carlsbad area of Southern California which was titled “Beyond #Resistance: Reclaiming our Progressive Future,” actually asked that its guests refrain from contacting the media or posting to social media about the event, or what went on in it.
The Democracy Alliance which is a donor club of extremely rich communist donors mostly from California and asks that each member pledge to direct hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding to approved extreme left-wing groups. The group continued its tradition of secrecy, promising all members and guests of the summit that their participation would “remain confidential.”
Other speakers appearing in person or via video this weekend were expected to include far left liberal U.S. Senator Kamala Harris from California and Amy Klobuchar Senator from Minnesota. U.S. Representative Ben Ray Lujan from Minnesota and Democrats Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania and Governor-elect Ralph Northam of Virginia. Special guest speakers were listed as CNN contributor and Communist, Van Jones, plus The Center for American Progress CEO, Neera Tanden.
The Jewish People vs George Soros
And that difference is a profound one. It is the difference between a perpetrator and a rescuer. Between a collaborator and a hero.
Soros did not wear a Nazi uniform, but he might as well have, because he aided in the persecution of the Jews of Europe, without compassion, without guilt and without regret.
Various excuses have been made for his actions, and none of them hold the least bit of water.
Yes Soros was only a teenager at the time. So was my father, who nevertheless escaped to join the partisans, rather than accompanying a Nazi officer in his search for Jewish property he could loot. He had no choice? He certainly had a choice. Even in the worst of times, people still can and do make moral choices. And the choice for everyone, for Jews, Germans, Ukrainians, Poles, Frenchmen and so on down the line—was to collaborate with evil, or to do the right thing.
George Soros made the wrong choice then. As he has made the wrong choice over and over again. And he has never regretted any of them. And the one thing that clearly emerges from that, is that he has no understanding that evil is wrong. That participating in the persecution and murder of Jews is wrong. He didn’t know it back then, while the Holocaust was going on. He doesn’t know it today, when he helps set up and fund organizations like J Street, whose sole purpose is to help the Muslim terrorists who are murdering Jews today.
To call Soros a Holocaust survivor is an obscenity
The liberal media which is busy defending Soros as a victim of the Holocaust and a survivor should find the bare decency to remain silent for once. To call Soros a Holocaust survivor is an obscenity. Soros was not victimized by the Holocaust. He was never targeted by it. He was on the other side of the line. The side that was pulling the trigger, running the gas chambers and sorting the gold teeth. Soros was not a victim, he was a perpetrator. Yes, he was only a teenager, but we do jail teenagers as accomplices to crimes much milder than that of collaborating in genocide.
Liberal using charges of Anti-Semitism to silence critics of Soros is one of the most profoundly cynical exercises imaginable, by people who routinely mock the idea that their bias again Israel is in any way motivated by Anti-Semitism. It is all the more cynical, because Soros has described himself as growing up in a “Jewish, Anti-Semitic home” and suggested that Jewish behavior causes Anti-Semitism. Defending criticism of a billionaire Anti-Semite as Anti-Semitism is thoroughly surreal. It’s an inversion of the meaning of the word that punches a hole through reason and all the way over into the other side.
Soros has funded organizations that actively promoted Anti-Semitic smears against Jews. MoveOn’s bulletins have linked to sites like CounterPunch, a site which actually published an article in defense of blood libels. One bulletin linked to pieces which accused Jews of dual loyalty, claimed that a small group of Jewish elites monopolize foreign policy and began with a “special feature” from former Klansman, Senator Byrd. All this is from an organization funded by George Soros. A man so reviled within the Jewish community that his funding for J Street had to be kept secret for fear of a backlash against the entire group.
The media’s implication that criticism of Soros is an attack on Jews as a whole is mind-bogglingly false
The media’s implication that criticism of Soros is an attack on Jews as a whole is mind-bogglingly false. When even an organization aimed at liberal Jews actually has to hide its Soros funding, it is safe to say that Herr Soros is not representative of the Jewish community. After a failed attempt to scam money out of a Jewish charity in his youth, Soros has avoided Jewish organizations and Jewish causes. J Street is one of those exceptions, only because it is an Anti-Jewish organizations masquerading as a Jewish organization.
Soros has said that he doesn’t want to be part of any Jewish national existence, and that the solution to Anti-Semitism is for Jews to “give up on the tribalness”. His narrative has always been to blame Anti-Semitism on Jews and on Israel. And frankly that is the essence of what Anti-Semitism is. Blame the victim. And there’s every reason for Soros to do that. because he helps the perpetrators. And that seems to have been a lifelong hobby with him.
Soros’ father identified with Germans, more than with Jews. Like some of that type, he wanted to be more German, than the Germans. After Nazi Germany fell, George seemed to hold a special animus for the countries that had defeated the Third Reich. His political and economic primarily war targeted America, Europe and Russia. The countries and societies that had destroyed Hitler’s dream of world conquest. Whether that is deliberate or not, is not a question I can answer. But if Soros had strongly resented the Allied forces that shut down National Socialism, then his likely course of behavior would be the same one that he has followed. To find weak spots in the system, exploit them to make money and then use that money to bring those societies and countries down.
Soros has made it very clear that he doesn’t like Jews, and doesn’t want to be associated with them
Over the years Soros has made it very clear that he doesn’t like Jews, and doesn’t want to be associated with them. This wasn’t an aberration that developed during the Holocaust, but runs in his family. His father changed his last name from Schwartz to Soros. His ex-wife has stated that Soros’ mother disliked her, because she was “openly Jewish”. In his biography, Soros agreed that his ex-wife’s Jewishness was the problem. He even referred to his own mother as a “Jewish Anti-Semite”. Indeed Soros’ mother disliked Jews so much, she ended up converting.
George Soros has not converted, but he considers himself an atheist and like the rest of his family, is hostile to Jews. He has mentioned an “antipathy” to Jewish organizations, one which he dates back to his time delivering deportation orders to Jewish lawyers. At one point he describes his Jewishness as a “secret shame” that required psychoanalysis. While Soros has said that he has no guilt over his Nazi collaboration, he apparently did feel guilt for whatever Jewishness he still felt he had. That is not the attitude of a moral man, but of a man who enjoyed being a Nazi, but hated being Jewish. With that kind of attitude, it’s no wonder that Soros acts the way he does.
But having excluded himself from the Jewish community and having waged war against the places and countries where Jews are secure—having even funded Anti-Semitic organizations, he has absolutely no right to try and hide from criticism over his political activities by using his front groups to denounce critics as Anti-Semitic. Certainly not by claiming to be a Holocaust survivor, when he was actually a collaborator. His front groups have produced and circulated materials that accused American Jews of secret conspiracies, that certainly meet the same test that his front groups are now using to argue that Beck is engaging in Anti-Semitism.
But Soros is never held to the standards of the people he wages war on. Soros destroys the savings of British pensioners, while using the money to fund left wing groups which claim to care about the plight of the poor. Now left wing groups which promote Anti-Semitism are accusing Soros critics of being Anti-Semitic. To them it’s just a word. Another weapon they can use to promote their agenda. To us however it’s not just a word. It’s a reality. It’s a reality that Jews have been living with for a very long time now.
For thousands of years, the Jewish people have survived persecution, outlived genocide, and every form of oppression under the sun. And during all that time, there have been Jewish survivors and heroes, and collaborators as well. The upcoming holiday of Chanukah is the story of Jews who refused to collaborate. On the other hand, the story of Soros is the story of those who brought pigs on altars. Who hated their Jewishness and eagerly sought to join with the oppressors. Soros is only one of that number. But it is not the collaborators or the traitors who continue on. They die and turn to dust. Their malice may be great and the harm they cause terrible, but like all mortals, they still perish and pass away. But the Nation of Israel, like the lights of the Menorah, go on.
This is terrifying. We need to end secret societies in America. This meeting should have in fact been stormed by Trump Supporters and American Patriots of every kind asking for an explanation as to why they are meeting in secret. We can’t let the left and their deep-pocketed goons continue to buy themselves into power. And George Soros should be rotting behind bars for collaborating with the Nazis. Instead, he is lauded as a hero by the left which loves to brand people as Nazis, but only if they aren’t giving huge amounts of money to liberal causes.
It’s time to take our country back and send these left wing radicals back to their caves where they belong.
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This Is The 1 Thing An NFL Star Just Called Anthem Protesters And Who He Blamed Just Exploded The Internet
Anthem protesters just got Rekt!
In a move that left the race baiters in the NFL shook, Herschel Walker, one of the NFL’s all-time greatest running backs has confirmed that he, in fact, supports President Donald Trump and all us Patriotic American citizens in the national anthem protest controversy. He believes players should stand for the anthem because the football field is a place where people can forget their differences and come together, it isn’t the place for protest and division.
The Heisman Trophy winner didn’t beat around the bush either. In a statement, he said that our flag is very special, and black lives matter is also, but what players should do is go to Washington after the season and protest there instead. He also added that we have young men and women fighting for the flag and that we have to respect the White House and office of the president
As most everyone knows by now, rich spoiled ball tossers in the NFL have taken it upon themselves to protest the national anthem to deflect from the fact that an NFL player is arrested every 7 days for some violent offense and that young black men are killing each other every day in the inner cities. But the worst part is the NFL as an organization refuses to stop them by telling their employees, “You stand, or you’re fired!” Plain and simple.
“A majority of voters disapprove of how NFL commissioner Roger Goodellhas handled player protests during the national anthem, a new poll finds.
According to data from The Harris Poll, 60 percent said they disapprove of Goodell’s handling of the matter. Fifty-five percent said Goodell has handled the issue in a way that has made both sides unhappy.
A strong majority, 77 percent, said the players should stand for the anthem. Fifty-nine percent said there should be a rule requiring the players to do so.
Goodell has a 50 percent approval rating, the poll found, although 56 percent of self-described hardcore fans say they disapprove of the job Goodell is doing.
The survey comes at a sensitive time for Goodell, who is in the process of renegotiating a new contract. That process has become complicated by reports that Goodell is seeking $50 million a year and lifetime use of a private jet, although the NFL has disputed those reports. Goodell makes about $30 million a year presently.
“It is nearly unheard of to have a commissioner of a national sports league be this divisive,” said Harris Poll Chairman Mark Penn. “Asking for $50 million dollars at a time when his approval is less than 50 percent among self-identified hardcore fans is pretty striking.”
“The data shows the league clearly has a lot of work to do to rebuild its relationship with the country and its most loyal fans.”
President Trump has hammered the NFL for the player protests. Vice President Pence walked out of a game after several players refused to stand and the White House has said the players are disrespecting the country and dishonoring the troops by kneeling during the anthem.
Many of the players are frustrated, believing their protests have been twisted for political reasons. The first player to kneel, former quarterback Colin Kaepernick, knelt to protest police brutality and racial injustice.
At the league’s fall meeting last month, Goodell and several team owners decided they would not change the NFL’s policy to require players to stand. As it is, the league says players have to be on the field for the national anthem and suggests that they “should stand” for it.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has said he will not play any of his players who kneel during the anthem. Jones has also expressed frustration with the amount of money Goodell is said to be seeking.
Still, 66 percent of those polled, including 58 percent of self-described hardcore fans, said Goodell does not need to resign for his handling of the anthem protests.
Sixty-four percent said the controversy has not impacted how much football they’re watching, although 28 percent of those surveyed said they’re watching less.
The poll of 1,000 U.S. adults was conducted Nov. 16-17 and has a 3 percentage point margin of error. The partisan breakdown of the survey is 39 percent Democrat, 31 percent independent and 24 percent Republican. Sixty-four percent of those surveyed described themselves as hardcore or casual NFL fans.”
— AV Police Services (@AV_Police) November 3, 2017
This whole mess started when the failing Forty Niners quarterback, Colin Kaepernick was benched by the team for underperforming after scoring a 120 million dollar contract. So instead of getting off his sorry behind and working on his passing game, which was never stellar to begin with, he decides to take a knee during the national anthem in a failed attempt to turn his failing career into a racially motivated firing. Laughable when 80% of the NFL is, in fact, African American.
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Horrific Video Catches What 3 Racist Black Nurses Did To Dying WWII Vet As They Laughed
This is the most horrific thing, Ever!
Thanks to the former president Barack Hussein Obama and his manufactured race war, racial tensions in our country are now at an all-time high.
But now the so-called “race wars” have reached a new all-time low after a video popped up online which appears to show a horrible act of racism in a nursing home. It’s unbelievable what a group of 3 black nurses did to a dying white World War II veteran who was screaming in agony from the confines of his nursing home bed.
Eighty-nine-year-old highly-decorated WW II veteran James Dempsey served his country honorably, and probably never fathomed that the worst experience of his life would come at the very end and at the hands of a nasty staff of racist nurses. After suddenly being unable to breathe, he pushed the call button in his room six times, frantically telling staff over the intercom that he needed immediate help. Help which never came. Instead, he was laughed at hysterically.
Earlier we reported:
During questioning, Nuckles simply passed off the entire incident as an “honest mistake” after being caught red handed in a lie after being confronted with the video footage.“I was just basing everything on what I normally do.”
Doing what you “normally do?” Is laughing while World War II veterans die what you “normally do,” Wanda Nuckles?
“Not only did she lie about the chest compressions, the staff did not call 911 until an hour later. When nurses had difficulty getting Dempsey’s oxygen machine operational during attempts to fix the issue, you can hear Nuckles and others laughing,” Popular Military reported.
Retired nursing professional Elaine Harris reviewed the footage and still cannot get over the horror of what she witnessed.
“In 43 years in nursing, I have never seen such disregard for human life in a healthcare setting, is what I witnessed,” Harris said.
Harris went on to criticise the nursing staff, “claiming that the nurses failed to respond, assess and act- not to mention the failure to continuously perform CPR,” Popular Military went on.
“That is absolutely inappropriate. You never stop compressions,” said concluded.
What’s even more startling is that the Atlanta nursing home tried to bury the story from being leaked to the public, but due to the incredible perseverance of the local news outlet 11Alive, these women will forever be shamed. “Attorneys representing the Atlanta nursing home tried to prevent 11Alive from obtaining the video. They asked a DeKalb County judge to keep the video sealed and then attempted to appeal to the Georgia State Supreme Court. The judge ruled in favor of 11Alive and the nursing home eventually dropped its appeal to the state’s highest court,” 11 Alive reported.
Investigator Steven Haffley pointed out that criminal charges need to be immediately pressed against these 3 individuals and that it’s ridiculous that the only punishment they’ve received is simply losing their jobs as nurses. On top of that, how these nurses acted wasn’t even normal human behavior. Haffley stated:
“On a human level, how could you possibly do that?” Steven began. “I might not like some of the protesters, but if I saw someone dying on the street, suffering in pain, calling out for help, I’d help them. It’s just apart of being human…But somehow these nurses don’t even have that compassion for a World War II veteran, who’s dying in pain. How did they get to be nurses?
“James Dempsey died at the age of 89. He was a decorated World War II veteran from Woodstock, Georgia. He served his country with honor in the time of its greatest need. God bless his soul. I’m so sorry you were treated this way,” Steven concluded.
11Alive reports that Dempsey’s family have reached a settlement agreement with Sava Senior Care, who fired 10 of the nurses involved after the video was brought to their attention. Horrifyingly, this isn’t the first time that Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation has abused patients, as they continue to have a history of abuse after Dempsey’s death due to health and safety violations. They’ve been given a one-star rating from Medicare, and have also be smacked with $813,113 in fines since 2015.
These savage scumbag nurses called this sick incident where a man died an “honest mistake?” Are you freaking kidding? A man died desperately gasping for air and they laughed hysterically? How is this considered an “honest mistake?” This has to be the sickest display of racism I have ever witnessed in my lifetime.
Nurses take an oath to do good and help people. These 3 characters decided to ignore a man who was a WW2 hero because they are a bunch of racists who hate white people, plain and simple. These sorts of acts were unheard of before the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama, who won only because white liberals in this country suffer from an acute condition of white guilt.
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