The Brevard County “Gestapo.”

Wayne Ivey is NOT the head of the “Gestapo.”

(EDITOR’S NOTE: We have been told that there might be some confusion as to whether we are saying that the Brevard County Deputies and therefore Wayne Ivey are or acted like the “Gestapo.” We want to make this clear because even though we say it in this post, some people are missing what we are saying. Claiming that Brevard County Deputies in their arrest of Janice Crisp were somehow, as she claims, “the Gestapo” is not only wrong, it is an insult to those who suffered at the hands of the real Gestapo during the Nazi Germany era. Crisp’s claim is factually wrong and morally reprehensible. Hopefully this clears up any comprehension issues.)

When we went back and reviewed the footage of the arrest of Janice Crisp and associate prior to a Brevard School Board meeting, we realized that we had missed something. Something which is important in our eyes.

As Crisp is being led away, she calls the officers the “Gestapo.”

From here on out, Crisp has lost the discussion and debate on masking or whatever point she was trying to make. One theoretical reason is what is called “Godwin’s law:”

This Was Inevitable.

Two people planning to speak against the Brevard Public Schools mask mandate were arrested and removed from the property before a Tuesday School Board meeting.

Janice Crisp, a conservative activist who staged a mask burning protest at the last School Board meeting, and an unidentified man were led away from the district headquarters in Viera in handcuffs before the 5:30 meeting and put in Brevard County Sheriff’s Office vehicles.

“Ghost Students” In Baltimore City Schools. It’s Not Halloween.

Baltimore City Public Schools are in the news again, and not for the right reasons.

Following on the heels of two explosive reports where students were passed on to graduate with failing grades, and reports of inflating grades comes a new allegation: “ghost students.”

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — A former Baltimore City Schools principal says she believes there’s an organized effort in City Schools to push kids through the system at any cost, even if it means enrolling them in classes that don’t exist. The allegations come as the school district is under fire over so-called ghost students, and now, ghost classes.

Angel Lewis tells Fox45 News she was recruited by Baltimore City Schools in 2016 and brought in to help a troubled school east Baltimore. She says North Avenue knew about ghost student and ghost classes, years ago, because she told them.

Lewis has watched over the past few months as Project Baltimore exposed the massive scandal at Augusta Fells Savage in west Baltimore. For her, it seemed all too familiar.

“I believe that it is happening at many schools,” Lewis told Project Baltimore.

Did You Ever Think That Some Government Workers Are Idiots?

This is a tweet from the National Park Service:

So Ford’s Theater wants to be the site of a second Lincoln assassination?

Yes, we do put Lincoln up on a pedestal and rightfully so.

Underwater In Palm Bay.

The last few years have not been kind to the Palm Bay Utilities Division, specifically the water and sewage part.

The City’s contractor which was processing online payments was hacked not once but twice. The City sent a notice out saying to contact the contractor for possible reimbursement of costs related to the hack such as new checks, etc. That number went to a call center who would take your name and phone number and that was the end of it. The City was saying “contact the vendor,” but the vendor was not answering the phone.

The City changed the vendor for online payments and they are having issues with that as well. A recent notice came out saying that bills viewed online may be late in appearing, but graciously the City would not charge you if your payment for a bill you could not see was late.

How kind of them.

An Incident In New Zealand That May Portend Actions In The US.

Ahamed Aathill Mohamed Samsudeen did not need a gun to attack and injure 7 people in a New Zealand grocery store.

All he needed was a knife.

Within a minute after the start of his attack, Samsudeen was shot and killed by Auckland police.

(At one point in time, New Zealand allowed concealed carry laws for citizens, but after the despicable and horrific Christchurch Mosque shooting in 2019, the New Zealand government demanded citizens turn in weapons it deemed were “military style” or were “semi-automatic.” Such laws left law abiding citizens unable to defend themselves and require police intervention when someone is being attacked with a deadly weapon.)

The old adage of “when seconds count, the police are minutes away” doesn’t seem to apply in this case because the police were there so fast.

There’s a reason for that quick response time:

Remembering 9-11 May “Offend” Some People.

Last Saturday, on the anniversary of 9/11, we asked the rhetorical question “you haven’t forgotten, have you?”

Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Washington, seemed to be trying to do just that.

Students of a local high school were ready to wear red, white, and blue to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11. But school staff pulled the plug, concerned the expression could be racially insensitive and offend some people.

At Eastlake High School in Sammamish, student leadership promoted a Patriot’s Day theme at a football game at Memorial Stadium against Rainier Beach. The game was previously canceled, then rescheduled to the day before the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. Students wanted to do something to remember the tragic events. But staff intervened.

According to an email obtained by the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH, the principal said wearing those colors could “unintentionally cause offense to some who see it differently.” Students are upset. And some parents now speculate school officials thought their majority-minority opponents would be offended by American pride.

Offensive to who?

Palm Bay: Good Money After Bad?

One of our ninjas sent us a note concerning item number 2 under new business for the Palm Bay City Council meeting tonight.

The Legal Office of the City is seeking raises and additional compensation for several lawyers.

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