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It's Starting: French Police Demand Papers from Restaurant Goers in Horrifying Video

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Months ago, they called us “conspiracy theorists” for warning that vaccine mandates were on the way.

They said we were crazy for thinking totalitarian governments would be demanding us to show our papers if we wanted to go out in public.

Well, now it’s happening in France and, if the political establishment gets its way, it’ll be happening in the U.S. as well.

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On Monday, Antony Paone, a French reporter for Reuters, revealed in a Twitter video that French police are randomly spot-checking civilians for their vaccine papers.

“The first #Police checks started as a preventive measure in #Paris in cafes and restaurants where the #PassSanitaire is mandatory as of today,” Paone wrote in the Twitter post, according to Google Translate.

The officers shown in the video are enforcing a new French law that went into effect on Monday requiring the country’s residents to show proof of vaccination or immunity when they enter cafés, restaurants or a number of other public venues according to Politico.

Those who get the vaccine will be given a “COVID green pass,” Politico reported, which will be “a digital or paper certificate that contains proof of vaccination or of immunity.”

Hefty fines await business and French citizens who refuse to comply with the new law.

Suggestions that such laws may soon come for the U.S. are not as far-fetched as the left would like you to believe.

After all, the past year-and-a-half has seen the American government institute a number of like-minded totalitarian policies in regard to COVID-19.

From the forcible lockdowns of private businesses to the nationwide eviction moratorium — a virtual ban on eviction of non-paying tenants — the U.S. government is far from innocent when it comes to its use of draconian COVID-19 policy.

The eviction moratorium itself was blatantly unconstitutional, effectively granting the Center for Disease Control — a government-funded public health organization — power over the American housing sector.

For those who think the U.S. is far from joining France in its attacks on individual liberty, it’s time to wake up.

The U.S. government is merely inches away from adopting similar policies.

Sure, when this is all over, the government may scale back some of its excesses in power.

However, it’s unlikely it will give it all away and, going forward, it is going to be much easier for overreaching officials to take away our freedoms at a moment’s notice.

All they need is another nationwide emergency.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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Crazy Video Shows Contractor Destroying Bathroom After Claiming Homeowner Refused to Pay

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It’s not unusual for conflict to arise between homeowners and contractors when one party feels shorted by the other. Whether the issue is poor communication, shoddy workmanship or late payment, there are a number of reasons for one to be unhappy with the other.

But it’s unusual that such disagreements result in the contractor literally taking a sledgehammer to their work to “repossess” it when they feel cheated.

Homeowner Amber Trucke has shared a video that is getting all sorts of reactions following a job gone wrong on her Colorado Springs, Colorado home, after working with Jordan and Terry from Dream Home Remodels of Colorado.

According to Trucke, the job took two weeks to complete when four days had been quoted. The job was finished while she was at work on Sept. 10. She’d already paid $3,000 out of the $7,500 but wanted to make sure she was happy with the work they’d done before paying the rest.



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Based on the photos and list Trucke has shared on Facebook, there were quite a few points she still wanted to address with them. She felt that the overall workmanship was poor, saying the contractors left holes in the door frame, used the wrong tile around the edges, got paint on things and didn’t order glass in time.

The problems really started when the company requested payment following the completion of the work that Friday. Trucke messaged them back to say she was at work and would like to see the final work in person, test out the water and wait for the door and faucets (which had not yet been installed) before paying the rest.



Jordan responded to say that $500 could be held back until the glass was installed, but the rest was due that day.

What followed is what the company told KKTV-TV was a communication breakdown: “Communication broke down and resulted in our company repossessing a tile shower. It has never happened before and is not something that is made regular practice.”



Less than 24 hours after a request for payment, Jordan and Terry showed up at the home and were let in by Trucke’s roommate.

Security camera footage shows the two walking to the house, and as they pass, Terry flips off the camera. The video from social media shows what happened next.

Terry, visibly upset, destroyed the newly tiled shower. According to Trucke, not only did he undo all the work that had just been done, but he caused cracks in the drywall of the adjoining room.

“We put weeks into this, thousands of dollars into this,” Terry can be heard saying in the clip. “Is somebody going to pay me?”

“Let me tell you something,” he continued. “No contractor in the state of Colorado will fix that when they found out I took it back because you refused to pay me. No one.”

According to KKTV, in a statement they released, the company also said that “the pictures being circulated were taken before final fixes and cleanups. And the video being circulated has been cut to only show our repossession.”

Upon hearing the story, many people have sided with the contractors, as they felt it was unfair of the homeowner to withhold payment.



Trucke has posted more of her screenshots of their messages and photos of the work both before and after the incident, and more people seem to be siding with her.

Dream Home Remodels has taken down their Facebook page, and a post that Jordan initially shared explaining why they repossessed the bathroom has also been removed. They also refused to provide copies of the paperwork they claimed to have that proved Trucke was in the wrong, citing privacy reasons.

“I haven’t actually cried about this yet,” Trucke said. “I think it just hit me.



“I don’t have the words for what happened in this room … For the $3,300 I’ve already paid, I have now nothing.”

Trucke has promised she will be taking legal action, and the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department and local police are looking into the issue.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

It’s not unusual for conflict to arise between homeowners and contractors when one party feels shorted by the other. Whether the issue is poor communication, shoddy workmanship or late payment, there are a number of reasons for one to be unhappy with the other. But it’s unusual that such disagreements result in the contractor literally taking a sledgehammer to their work to “repossess” it when they feel cheated. Homeowner Amber Trucke has shared a video that is getting all sorts of reactions following a job gone wrong on her Colorado Springs, Colorado home, after working with Jordan and Terry from Dream Home Remodels of Colorado. According to Trucke, the job took two weeks to complete when four days had been quoted. The job was finished while she was at work on Sept. 10. She’d already paid $3,000 out of the $7,500 but wanted to make sure she was happy with the work they’d done before paying the rest. Based on the photos and list Trucke has shared on Facebook, there were quite a few points she still wanted to address with them. She felt that the overall workmanship was poor, saying the contractors left holes in the door frame, used the wrong tile around the edges, got paint on things and didn’t order glass in time. The problems really started when the company requested payment following the completion of the work that Friday. Trucke messaged them back to say she was at work and would like to see the final work in person, test out the water and wait for the door and faucets (which had not yet been installed) before paying the rest. Jordan responded to say that $500 could be held back until the glass was installed, but the rest was due that day.…

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Graphic Warning: Horrified Crowd Shouts as Parent Shows School's Pedophilia Comics at Board Meeting

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It appears Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia has been disseminating pedophilic pornography to its students.

As much was revealed by author and former journalist for The Wall Street Journal Asra Nomani, who attended a local Fairfax County School Board meeting Thursday night.

During the meeting, Fairfax High School mother Stacy Langton brought two books up to the podium, along with printouts of some of their pages. The books were “Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison and “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe.

Langton said she found the books in the high school library, the Robinson Secondary School library and at others across the county.

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“The books were available, and we checked them out,” the mother said, according to Nomani’s report.

Nomani recorded the school board meeting, as well as the contents of the books, in a video posted to her Twitter.

Given the incredibly pornographic nature of the images (comic-style pictures showing individuals performing sex acts on one another), we will not embed the video in this story.

If you do wish to see how truly horrific the content is, you can view Nomani’s video here.

The books don’t just show any kind of pornography, however.

They appear to show drawings of child pornography by depicting acts of pedophilia.

One book even includes a “fourth-grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male,” Nomani reported.

In “Lawn Boy,” the author describes performing such an act for the first time at the age of 10.

This is the type of material a pedophile would use to groom his victims, making them read it as a way of normalizing explicit sex acts.

And the Fairfax County school district allegedly made these books available to “minors as young as seventh grade, or as young as 12 years old.”

The school board chair, Stella Pekarsky, attempted to defend the inclusion by claiming one of the schools they were found at was made up of “high school students.”

Nomani noted in her report that Robinson Secondary School, where Langton said the books were also available, “includes seventh and eighth graders.”

Either way, it likely doesn’t make parents feel much better knowing that their high school children may have been and possibly continue to be exposed to this horrific content.

According to WRC-TV, Fairfax County Public Schools said it would temporarily remove the books from the library. At a later date, they will be reviewed by a committee of students, staff and parents for a final decision.

For years, conservatives have been saying that the sexual-freedom-movement left’s ultimate goal is to sexualize children and they’ve been called crackpots for saying so.

Well, who are the crackpots now?

Stories continue to break revealing content developed and written by pro-LGBT authors such as this being disseminated to young children.

Minnesota’s Richfield Public Schools district was also caught this week using a sexual education program that has children role-play as sexually active gay teenagers deciding whether or not they want to have sex.

Modern-day leftists have taken over the public school system.

And, if you let them, they’ll use that power to sexualize America’s children with pedophile-esque grooming techniques.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

It appears Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia has been disseminating pedophilic pornography to its students. As much was revealed by author and former journalist for The Wall Street Journal Asra Nomani, who attended a local Fairfax County School Board meeting Thursday night. During the meeting, Fairfax High School mother Stacy Langton brought two books up to the podium, along with printouts of some of their pages. The books were “Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison and “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe. Langton said she found the books in the high school library, the Robinson Secondary School library and at others across the county. “The books were available, and we checked them out,” the mother said, according to Nomani’s report. Nomani recorded the school board meeting, as well as the contents of the books, in a video posted to her Twitter. Given the incredibly pornographic nature of the images (comic-style pictures showing individuals performing sex acts on one another), we will not embed the video in this story. If you do wish to see how truly horrific the content is, you can view Nomani’s video here. The books don’t just show any kind of pornography, however. They appear to show drawings of child pornography by depicting acts of pedophilia. One book even includes a “fourth-grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male,” Nomani reported. In “Lawn Boy,” the author describes performing such an act for the first time at the age of 10. This is the type of material a pedophile would use to groom his victims, making them read it as a way of normalizing explicit sex acts. And the Fairfax County school district allegedly made these books available to “minors as young as seventh grade, or as young as 12 years old.” The school board chair, Stella Pekarsky,…

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