Colorado GOP Leader to Disgruntled Trump Supporter: Go Ahead and Burn the Party Down

Hope this helps expose the diabolical bastards scheming to steal the nomination.

This came in the email today from “James” a disgruntled Colorado Republican voter after the party elites gave all of the state delegates to Senator Ted Cruz.

On Saturday Ted Cruz supporters took all 13 of the delegates up for grabs at the Colorado GOP Convention to complete a clean sweep of the state.

But it was not without controversy.

There never was a vote – Party elites decided on who got the delegates.

After Cruz swept the Colorado delegates the Colorado Republican Party tweeted this out:
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From James– Included is my letter to the Colorado GOP head and his reply.

Hope this helps expose the diabolical bastards scheming to steal the nomination. Though I told him I live in Colorado I really live in N.J. and I’ll be voting for Trump on June 7th, it’ll be a landslide victory for “The Donald” here in Garden State, a friggin’ landslide.

My letter (email):

GOPe sellouts & stooges,

I guess you haven’t learned YOUR lesson, you saw what we did to the state senate president who betrayed us and voted for the anti-2nd Amendment Bills, we recalled her, what do you think we will do to you for selling us out and joining the #NeverTrump cabal?

Let me be abundantly clear so there is no mistake, WE WILL BURN THE WHOLE FUCKING PARTY TO THE GROUND ON ELECTION DAY! We will do one of three things, stay home, vote for 3rd party candidates (ones who don’t have a chance of winning) or cast our lot with the despicable Democrats and destroy the GOP for a generation, it’ll take over a decade to recover from those losses and I’m talking boycotting the entire Republican ticket here, no exceptions.

So you now have a choice, invalidate the caucus held over the weekend and hold a “fair” caucus or face our wrath in November. Go ahead cross us at your own peril, you know we are pissed off already by the share of votes Donald J. Trump has received in the Primary Elections held until this point. Think long and hard, ask yourselves “is it worth destroying our entire party for over a decade and suffering a loss from which we may never recover or is it better to listen to the voters and not the RINOs/GOPe (elites)?”.

Signed, a 53 year old Colorado Registered Republican voter & Trump supporter

PS. I DID support Ted Cruz until he screwed Chris McDaniel in Mississippi, sold us out by championing TPP, gave Obama the ok to negotiate with Iran and began his dishonest campaign for president, now I wouldn’t elect him dogcatcher.

Steve House’s reply:


Thank you for your note. Go ahead and burn the party down if that is what it takes to put this country on the right track then I am open to anything.

What happened over the weekend was simple and had no manipulation or underhanded process in it.The Cruz campaign worked harder than anyone else over a longer period of time, using the process that we have to create a victory for him. He came to Colorado, and was the only candidate who did, gave a great speech and won. I would have been perfectly okay with the result being for Mr. Trump had he and his team done the same thing. I will support whoever wins without hesitation but blaming other people when you don’t get what you want is only relevant if you did the work honestly and someone manipulated the process. That didn’t happen here.

I think people are upset right now because they either don’t like the process or don’t understand it. I am one of the people who doesn’t like it. It’s complicated and many don’t understand why we don’t just have a national primary across all 50 states in about June, pick the winner and go after the democrats in the general election. There are complications to that as well but it comes down to states rights on how we pick candidate. We should have a presidential primary here but the legislature eliminated it in 2002 because it costs to much and that is a limited government move. Up until this year no one cared. We will put a presidential primary back into our law before this year is over.

Lastly, the one thing I do not get from the Trump supporters who are mad at me right now is why so many believe he isn’t going to win. I think Mr. Trump has woken America up and we should be thankful for that. But why do you think he isn’t going to win. He has a big lead, the easiest path to the nomination, a lead in critical states like NY and California etc. Channel you energy into getting your guy elected and in the end if really manipulation happens I will be there to light the match for you.



Russian Jet Shoot Down: What They’re Not Telling You

Turkey is defending its ally – the Islamic State

An Eighth Grade Test From 1912 (Your great great grandparents were so much smarter than you.)

July 16, 2015, by Ken Jorgustin


Lessons from history… A copy of the Eighth Grade Exam for Bullitt County Schools in 1912 was donated to the Bullit County Museum in Kentucky. The questions within the exam of 100 years ago (for 8th-graders) illustrate the dumbing down (by comparison) of today’s American education system.

I read this quote recently, and agree with it:
“Now with the ‘common core’ epidemic we can see our youth transformed by a cookie cut education system and a near total loss of critical and independent thinking.”

For your interest, here’s the test:

(Then provide your opinion about how and why we’ve seemingly lost our quality of education (generically) and/or what has changed in the system or our young people or their ‘training’)

Is this part of the reason for systemic collapse that so many are preparing for?


(Given by the teacher).


1. Write in words the following:
.5764; .000003; .123416; 653.0965; 43.37.

2. Solve: 35.7 plus 4, 5.8 plus 5.14 – 59.112.

3. Find cost at 12½ cents per sq. yd. of kalsomining the walls of a room 20 ft. long, 16 ft. wide and 9 ft. high, deducting 1 door 8 ft. by 4 ft 6 in. and 2 windows 5 ft. by 3 ft. 6 in. each. (By the way, “kalsomining” is whitewash).

4. A man bought a farm for $2400 and sold it for $2700. What percent did he gain?

5. A man sold a watch for $180 and lost 16⅔%. What was the cost of the watch?

6. Find the amount of $50.30 for 3 yrs., 3 mo. and 3 days, at 8 percent.

7. A school enrolled 120 pupils and the number of boys was two thirds of the number of girls. How many of each sex were enrolled?

8. How long a rope is required to reach from the top of a building 40 ft. high, to the ground 30 ft. from the base of the building?

9. How many steps 2 ft. 4 in. each will a man take in walking 2¼ miles?

10. At $1.62½ a cord, what will be the cost of a pile of wood 24 ft. long, 4 ft. wide and 6 ft. 3 in. high? (Interesting to note that a cord of wood was only $1.62 during 1912!)


1. How many parts of speech are there? Define each.

2. Define proper noun; common noun. Name the properties of a noun.

3. What is a Personal Pronoun? Decline I.

4. What properties have verbs?

5. “William struck James.” Change the Voice of the verb.

6. Adjectives have how many Degrees of Comparison? Compare good; wise, beautiful.

7. Diagram: The Lord loveth a cheerful giver.

8. Parse all the words in the following sentences:
“John ran over the bridge.”
“Helen’s parents love her.”


1. Define longitude and latitude.

2. Name and give the boundaries of the five zones.

3. Tell what you know of the Gulf Stream.

4. Locate Erie Canal; what waters does it connect, and why is it important?

5. Locate the following countries which border each other: Turkey [Ottoman Empire], Greece, Servia [Serbia today], Montenegro, Roumania [early spelling of Romania].

6. Name and give the capitals of States touching the Ohio River.

7. Locate these cities: Mobile, Quebec, Buenos Aires, Liverpool, Honolulu.

8. Name in order of their size three largest States in the United States.

9. Locate the following mountains: Blue Ridge, Himalaya, Andes, Alps, Wasatch.

10. Through what waters would a vessel pass in going from England through the Suez Canal to Manila?


1. How does the liver compare in size with other glands in the human body? Where is it located? What does it secrete?

2. Name the organs of circulation.

3. Describe the heart.

4. Compare arteries and veins as to function. Where is the blood carried to be purified?

5. Where is the chief nervous center of the body?

6. Define Cerebrum; Cerebellum.

7. What are the functions (or uses) of the spinal column?

8. Why should we study Physiology?

9. Give at least five rules to be observed in maintaining good health.


1. Define the following forms of government: Democracy, Limit Monarchy, Absolute Monarchy, Republic. Give examples of each.

2. To what four governments are students in school subjected?

3. Name five county officers, and the principal duties of each.

4. Name and define the three branches of the government of the United States.

5. Give three duties of the President. What is meant by the veto power?

6. Name three rights given Congress by the Constitution and two rights denied Congress.

7. In the election of a president and vice-president, how many electoral votes is each State allowed?

8. Give the eligibility of president, vice-president and Governor of Kentucky.

9. What is a copyright? Patent right?

10. Describe the manner in which the president and vice-president of the United States are elected.


1. Who first discovered the following places: Florida, Pacific Ocean, Mississippi River, St. Lawrence River?

2. Sketch briefly Sir Walter Raleigh, Peter Stuyvesant.

3. By whom were the following settled: Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Florida?

4. During what wars were the following battles fought: Brandywine, Great Meadows, Lundy’s Lane, Antietam, Buena Vista?

5. Describe the battle of Quebec.

6. Give the cause of the War of 1812, and name an important battle fought during that war.

7. Name 2 presidents who have died in office; three who were assassinated.

8. Name the last battle of the Civil War; War of 1812; French and Indian War, and the commanders in each battle.

9. What president was impeached, and on what charge?

10. Who invented the following: magneto, telegraph, cotton gin, sewing machine, telephone, phonograph?
So, what do you think? How does this compare with today’s 8-th graders in general?

While times have changed… does this 100 year old test illustrate a fundamental change?

Exclusive: Bilderberg Deploys Hi-Tech Jamming to Shut Down Communications

Source tells Infowars giant mast erected to kill cellphone coverage

by Paul Joseph Watson | June 10, 2015

The secretive Bilderberg Group has deployed a hi-tech jamming system to shut down communications around the site of the elitist confab’s luxury hotel in order to strangle media coverage of the event.

After visiting one of the closest spots to the InterAlpen hotel that is still accessible, Infowars filmed a communications truck owned by the Federal Ministry for Transport and Technology. Large antennas are also visible on top of the hotel, as well as a giant newly erected mast in the forest near the hotel.

Infowars spoke to an informed local in the immediate vicinity who confirmed that cellphone coverage in the area around the hotel had died since the tower was erected. The individual had also met with police and security near the hotel.

Cellphone jammers work by preventing cellular phones from receiving signals from base stations. The jammers are technically illegal in European Union countries.


This triangulated jamming system would explain why Infowars reporters Rob Dew and Josh Owens have been unable to broadcast live via Skype anywhere near the InterAlpen hotel.

Apparently, Bilderberg is so afraid of media coverage, that police checkpoints miles away from the hotel are not enough, now they have resorted to installing expensive devices which shut down communications, presumably at taxpayer expense.


This is obviously to restrict communications amongst protesters as well as strangling live streaming coverage of Bilderberg members arriving and leaving.

As we reported earlier, police have already announced that anyone caught within the huge Bilderberg security perimeter will face fines of 500 euros or be sent to prison for two weeks.


Infowars reporters Rob Dew, Josh Owens and Paul Joseph Watson will be on the ground in Austria all week covering the Bilderberg conference.

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9 Ways To Get Food When The Power Grid Is Down

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Of all the possible disaster scenarios we face, having the grid go down is one of the scariest. Modern society is so dependent on electrical power that when it is gone, everything comes to a stop. Some places, like hospitals, have backup generators to provide them with power, but that will only last as long as their fuel supply does. When that’s gone, so is their power.

The thing is, there are many different things that could cause the grid to go down. Granted, most of them require some sort of attack by an enemy, whether by hacking, an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) or direct acts of terrorism. But the truth of the matter is, taking the grid down isn’t all that hard. It’s a very effective, cheap mission kill, with enormous long-term effects.

According to a study by the Department of Homeland Security, about 90 percent of the U.S. population would die as a result of an EMP that left the grid down for a year. (The same is true of a solar flare.) It’s not the EMP itself that would kill, but doing without things that we all need to survive. Of those people, over half of them would simply starve to death.

The U.S. is one of the biggest food producing countries in the world. Food exports contribute over $100 billion to our annual exports. But without electrical power, the equipment to harvest and move that food will quickly fail, leaving much of the food we would normally harvest and ship to market to spoil on the stalk. Foods that are harvested won’t be able to ship to consumers. So, our huge agricultural industry may keep local people fed, but it won’t help the majority of the country.

If you and I don’t want to become a statistic in such a situation, we’ll need to know where to come up with our own food. Here is a list of ways for finding the necessary food to meet your family’s needs when the grid goes down.

1. Stockpile

The first place you should be able to look for food is your own stockpile of emergency supplies. Granted, in the case of a major event that destroys much of the grid, your food stockpile may not be enough to last. But it will be enough to get you started and keep your family eating while you’re working on some of these other food sources.

2. Plant a Vegetable Garden

No matter how big or small your backyard is, you can raise food in a vegetable garden for continued sustenance.

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One big suggestion here is don’t wait until the grid goes down to start gardening. I’ve learned the hard way that it takes a couple of years to get a good vegetable garden going. You’re going to need to get your soil in good shape, which is the most important part of gardening. That can take at least a year. You’re also going to need to learn how to garden, which isn’t as easy as some people make it seem.

Make sure you have a good stock of heirloom seeds for your garden. Those are the only type of seeds which will produce fruit that you can harvest seeds from. This is important, as the seeds you harvest are what are going to make it possible for you to garden the following year.

3. Raise Chickens

The Quick And Easy Way To Butcher A ChickenChickens are one of the easiest ways of growing animal protein. They will eat literally anything, including other chickens. Apparently their mothers didn’t tell them that cannibalism was a no-no. You can either allow them to lay eggs and harvest the eggs to eat – giving you a long-term source of protein – or harvest the chickens themselves.

Chickens fall into two basic categories: layers and fryers. You’ll want to make sure that you buy the right type of chickens for how you are intending to use them. Generally speaking, layers don’t provide as much meat and fryers don’t lay as many eggs. However, there are a few breeds of chickens which work well for both. Of course, if you want to continue raising fryers, you’ll need a rooster to fertilize the eggs. If all you want are eggs, you don’t need to have a rooster around.

4. Raise Fish

Some species of fish, like tilapia, are very easy to raise and provide a considerable amount of animal protein for very little investment. Tilapia grow well in a wide range of climates, especially warmer ones. They grow fairly quickly, although they are not a large fish. They also do a pretty good job of cleaning their own tank, as they will eat algae. This eliminates the need to clean their tank or pond as much.

There are two problems with raising fish to eat. First of all, you’ll need to find something that you can use to feed them. That will have to be raised as well, as there is no way you can stockpile enough fish food to last the rest of your live.

The second problem is keeping your fish population alive through the winter. This is an especially serious problem if you live in a part of the country where you have cold winters. When ponds freeze, the fish die. So, you’ll either need a very deep pond or to move part of your fish population indoors and keep them in a tank for the winter.

5. Raise Rabbits

Rabbits are another excellent source of animal protein. Once again, they are easy to raise and tend to multiply rapidly. They can be fed mostly excess from your vegetable garden, as well as the parts you cut off and don’t use. Rabbit pellets can be recycled through your compost pile, providing nutrients for your vegetable garden.

If you raise rabbits, be sure to save the pelts and tan them. A rabbit fur coat could be just the thing to keep your kids warm in the wintertime.

6. Hunting

I wouldn’t count on hunting as a way of feeding my family after the grid goes down, but I wouldn’t discount that possibility either. The problem will be that too many people will be hunting. This will thin out the game populations, especially near cities and towns. It also will probably mean that there will be a lot of good game meat that goes to waste, as people don’t preserve it properly.

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Nevertheless, hunting is a way of augmenting your food supplies, especially if you live within walking distance of a good hunting area. Don’t forget small game, either, which are always more plentiful.

One way of gaining an advantage for hunting in that time is to learn how to hunt without using bait corn. Many hunters are limited in their ability to bring home game because they don’t know the animal’s habitats and habits. By knowing those things, you can go where other hunters don’t go and still bring home game.

7. Fishing

Foraging BerriesLike hunting, there will be a lot of people trying to fish to feed themselves. That doesn’t mean that you can’t try as well, just that you need to find a place to go fishing where other fishermen aren’t going. This will be easier for those who live out in the country than for those who live in big cities.

8. Foraging

Nature grows a wide variety of plants that are edible, at least in part. However, there also are plants out there which will kill you if you have them for dinner. Knowing which are safe and which are dangerous requires a bit of study.

Buy yourself a good book on what plants in your area are edible. A local book will be better than a nationwide one, simply because it will focus on what grows in your area. If you’re lucky, it might even have some recipes for how to make your finds taste almost as good as the food you’re used to eating.

9. Gleaning From Farms

When farmers harvest, their equipment doesn’t manage to get every bit of grain or produce. There is always a bit left. This leaves the opportunity for you to go in and manually harvest what is left. This is an old custom, where farmers used to leave a bit in place for the poor to pick and eat.

Of course, if the farmers are unable to harvest with their equipment, there will be a lot more available than just what their machinery misses. In that case, you’ll want to get as much as you can before it spoils. It’s always best to talk to the farmer and work out some sort of arrangement with him or her.

Source: Baltimore Police Officers Want To Oust The Mayor [VIDEO]

“You had no idea what it did to us as police officers to sit there.”

by Daily Caller | Heather Smith | May 3, 2015

During a Baltimore-based radio talk show on Thursday, a man who identified himself as a Baltimore police officer named “Jeff” called into the program and said fellow police officers were organizing to push out the city’s mayor.

“There is right now over 50 of us officers who are immediately asking for [Baltimore Mayor] Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to step down for what she did to us Monday,” the caller told WBAL radio host Derek Hunter.

The Baltimore mayor has denied giving “stand down” orders and blamed the media for misinterpreting her comments about providing “a space” for protesters to loot.

“Any other time in my career, if somebody were to throw a brick or a block at me, we would take immediate actions to pull our weapons on them. Numerous times on Monday when our officers were being injured, our commanders are telling us ‘stand down, stand down.’  You had no idea what it did to us as police officers to sit there,” said the self-described “21-year veteran” of the Baltimore police department.

Full article here

Major U.S. Retailers Are Closing More Than 6,000 Stores

If the U.S. economy really is improving, then why are big U.S. retailers permanently shutting down thousands of stores?
Major U.S. Retailers Are Closing More Than 6,000 Stores

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by Michael Snyder | Economic Collapse | May 2, 2015

If the U.S. economy really is improving, then why are big U.S. retailers permanently shutting down thousands of stores?  The “retail apocalypse” that I have written about so frequently appears to be accelerating.  As you will see below, major U.S. retailers have announced that they are closing more than 6,000 locations, but economic conditions in this country are still fairly stable.  So if this is happening already, what are things going to look like once the next recession strikes?  For a long time, I have been pointing to 2015 as a major “turning point” for the U.S. economy, and I still feel that way.  And since I started The Economic Collapse Blog at the end of 2009, I have never seen as many indications that we are headed into another major economic downturn as I do right now.  If retailers are closing this many stores already, what are our malls and shopping centers going to look like a few years from now?

The list below comes from information compiled by, but I have only included major retailers that have announced plans to close at least 10 stores.  Most of these closures will take place this year, but in some instances the closures are scheduled to be phased in over a number of years.  As you can see, the number of stores that are being permanently shut down is absolutely staggering…

180 Abercrombie & Fitch (by 2015)

75 Aeropostale (through January 2015)

150 American Eagle Outfitters (through 2017)

223 Barnes & Noble (through 2023)

265 Body Central / Body Shop

66 Bottom Dollar Food

25 Build-A-Bear (through 2015)

32 C. Wonder

21 Cache

120 Chico’s (through 2017)

200 Children’s Place (through 2017)

17 Christopher & Banks

70 Coach (fiscal 2015)

70 Coco’s /Carrows

300 Deb Shops

92 Delia’s

340 Dollar Tree/Family Dollar

39 Einstein Bros. Bagels

50 Express (through 2015)

31 Frederick’s of Hollywood

50 Fresh & Easy Grocey Stores

14 Friendly’s

65 Future Shop (Best Buy Canada)

54 Golf Galaxy (by 2016)

50 Guess (through 2015)

26 Gymboree

40 JCPenney

127 Jones New York Outlet

10 Just Baked

28 Kate Spade Saturday & Jack Spade

14 Macy’s

400 Office Depot/Office Max (by 2016)

63 Pep Boys (“in the coming years”)

100 Pier One (by 2017)

20 Pick ’n Save (by 2017)

1,784 Radio Shack

13 Ruby Tuesday

77 Sears

10 SpartanNash Grocery Stores

55 Staples (2015)

133 Target, Canada (bankruptcy)

31 Tiger Direct

200 Walgreens (by 2017)

10 West Marine

338 Wet Seal

80 Wolverine World Wide (2015 – Stride Rite & Keds)

So why is this happening?

Without a doubt, Internet retailing is taking a huge toll on brick and mortar stores, and this is a trend that is not going to end any time soon.

But as Thad Beversdorf has pointed out, we have also seen a stunning decline in true discretionary consumer spending over the past six months…

What we find is that over the past 6 months we had a tremendous drop in true discretionary consumer spending. Within the overall downtrend we do see a bit of a rally in February but quite ominously that rally failed and the bottom absolutely fell out. Again the importance is it confirms the fundamental theory that consumer spending is showing the initial signs of a severe pull back. A worrying signal to be certain as we would expect this pull back to begin impacting other areas of consumer spending. The reason is that American consumers typically do not voluntarily pull back like that on spending but do so because they have run out of credit. And if credit is running thin it will surely be felt in all spending.

The truth is that middle class U.S. consumers are tapped out.  Most families are just scraping by financially from month to month.  For most Americans, there simply is not a whole lot of extra money left over to go shopping with these days.

In fact, at this point approximately one out of every four Americans spend at least half of their incomes just on rent

More than one in four Americans are spending at least half of their family income on rent – leaving little money left to purchase groceries, buy clothing or put gas in the car, new figures have revealed.

A staggering 11.25 million households consume 50 percent or more of their income on housing and utilities, according to an analysis of Census data by nonprofit firm, Enterprise Community Partners.

And 1.8 million of these households spend at least 70 percent of their paychecks on rent.

The surging cost of rental housing has affected a rising number of families since the Great Recession hit in 2007. Officials define housing costs in excess of 30 percent of income as burdensome.

For decades, the U.S. economy was powered by a free spending middle class that had plenty of discretionary income to throw around.  But now that the middle class is beingsystematically destroyed, that paradigm is changing.  Americans families simply do not have the same resources that they once did, and that spells big trouble for retailers.

As you read this article, the United States still has more retail space per person than any other nation on the planet.  But as stores close by the thousands, “space available” signs are going to be popping up everywhere.  This is especially going to be true in poor and lower middle class neighborhoods.  Especially after what we just witnessed in Baltimore, many retailers are not going to hesitate to shut down underperforming locations in impoverished areas.

And remember, the next major economic crisis has not even arrived yet.  Once it does, the business environment in this country is going to change dramatically, and a few years from now America is going to look far different than it does right now.

[Warning:Garphic Content!]Video: Cops Break Down Door Without Warrant, Sic Dog On Man With Hands Up

Cop: “I had to look away”

by Steve Watson | InfoWars | May 1, 2015

Graphic footage has emerged of cops in Utah entering a man’s home without a warrant and setting a K9 dog on him, despite the fact he was surrendering with his hands in the air.

The video, taken from police body cam, was released as part of a lawsuit filed against the West Jordan Police Department by Lee Hoogveldt, who was viciously attacked by the dog.


The officers are seen entering the house and ordering Hoogveldt to raise his hands. He complies, but the cops sick the dog on him anyway, and it goes straight for his face.

In graphic footage that is difficult to watch, the dog chews on Hoogveldt’s face for several seconds as he groans in agony. The animal bites him in the mouth, causing Hoogveldt to bleed profusely.

Quite clearly in shock, Hoogveldt is then wrestled to the ground and yelled at by cops to cooperate. All the while, the dog, named “Pyro”, is allowed to continue biting Hoogveldt in the legs and buttocks.

An officer then drops a chair on to Hoogveldt’s head. It is unclear if this act was intentional or not. The cops then document his injuries by taking photos, before hauling him away.

Police had been called to Hoogveldt’s house because a neighbour reported that there was a fire in his back yard.

“To protect the neighborhood, they had to go in and secure Mr. Hoogveldt,” West Jordan Sgt. Dan Roberts told reporters. “The fire department could not respond to take care of the fires.”

However, in the video the cops are heard saying that the fire was nothing, just some stuff burning in a barrel.

Police say that the use of force was justified because Hoogveldt has a criminal record involving weapons.

Sgt. Roberts said that releasing the dog was justified as Hoogveldt “could have easily been hiding a weapon on him.”

In the footage, one officer is heard saying that he “had to look away” when the dog had Hoogveldt by the face. “When he had him on the mouth, I was like ‘oh my ******’” the cop says to his colleague.

Describing the incident, Hoogveldt said “I didn’t dare to move. I put my hands up and froze. If I would have blinked, I thought I was going to get shot.”

A civil rights case will now be heard in Federal Court.

“There’s a right to be free from unlawful entry, under the Fourth Amendment,” Hoogveldt’s attorney Robert Sykes said. “We have a police officer without a warrant, kicking down a door, and going in someone’s home.”

“At the time and place this force was used, there was no justification at all to sic a police dog on somebody.” the attorney added.


Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.