Child rapist arrested at Antifa brawl in Washington state

A convicted child rapist was charged with felony assault stemming from violence at an Antifa and left-wing protest in Olympia, Wash. on Sunday.

Shaelyn A. Reed, 20, of Olympia, is accused of striking a man on the head with a baton in front of Olympia City Hall. Video recorded of the assault shows the victim bleeding profusely from the head. According to Olympia Police Lt. Paul Lower, Reed allegedly disposed of his weapon in a trash receptacle and changed clothes before being arrested. A juvenile was also arrested on misdemeanor assault charges and a third unnamed person is wanted by police.

This isn’t Reed’s first run-in with the law. In 2017, Reed pleaded guilty to second-degree rape of a child. He is a registered sex offender in Thurston County, Wash..

https://thepostmillennial.com/child-rapist-antifa-member-assault

Leftist Celebrates Ghislaine Maxwell as Feminist Icon Who Could Bring Down Trump

“I saw the feminist movement cover up for PEDOPHILES”

- Sara Fernanda Giromin

Some leftists on Twitter reacted to Ghislaine Maxwell’s appearance in federal court on sex trafficking charges by celebrating her as a feminist icon who could potentially be “the one who brings down Trump.”

On the eve of Maxwell’s court appearance, self-proclaimed “progressive” Democrat Hunter Cullen tweeted, “Tomorrow could get REAL ugly. Ghislaine Maxwell has her day in court. She could (be) the one that brings down Trump and the mob, unless it’s the treason and financials.”

He then appeared to attempt to portray Maxwell, an accused sex trafficker of dozens of young girls, as being some kind of feminist icon by remarking, “Remember, it was ALWAYS going to be a woman.”

Cullen appears to have deleted his original tweet, although his sentiment was shared by other leftists.

“Get it girl,” commented another, while another user shared a feminist meme accompanied with the words “We can do it!”

Others reacted to the tweets with total amazement.

“I am losing my mind,” commented Louis Peitzman.

“People “yass queen”ing an elite pedophile sex trafficker is peak girlboss feminism and i have officially seen enough,” added another respondent.

While Donald Trump was once a personal friend of Jeffrey Epstein, he banned the billionaire pedophile from visiting Mar-a-Lago shortly after Epstein’s 2008 conviction.

Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre confirmed in unsealed court documents last year that she didn’t witness Trump involved with any of the girls and women groomed by Epstein.

“It’s true that he didn’t partake in any sex with us, but it’s not true that he flirted with me. Donald Trump never flirted with me,” said Giuffre.


COVID-19 and Ontario’s Human Rights Code – Questions and Answers

http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/news_centre/covid-19-and-ontario%E2%80%99s-human-rights-code-%E2%80%93-questions-and-answers

  1. Can an employer, service provider or landlord require me to wear a mask because of COVID-19?
  • Ontario recommends, but does not currently require, that people use a face covering (non-medical mask such as a cloth mask) to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 when physical distancing and keeping two-metres apart from others may be challenging or not possible, such as on public transit, in smaller grocery stores, pharmacies or when receiving essential services.
  • The OHRC’s policy position is that any requirements related to health and safety and COVID-19, such as wearing a mask, using other protective equipment or following a procedure to perform work safely, or to protect people receiving services or living in housing, do not generally cause concern under the Code.
  • At the same time, employers, housing and other service providers should recognize that health and safety requirements such as masks may have a negative impact on vulnerable populations identified by a ground under the Code who may not have access to such equipment. Other people may not be able to use the equipment or follow a procedure because of their disability or for another Code-related reason.
  • People with certain disabilities may have difficulty wearing a mask if, for example, they have severe allergies, experience asthma attacks or have other respiratory issues. Masks are a barrier to people with hearing disabilities who rely on lip reading or facial expressions to communicate. Masks may not be suitable for children and adults with certain physical, intellectual or cognitive disabilities such as autism.
  • The Ministry of Health advises that face coverings should not be placed on or used by children under the age of two, anyone who has trouble breathing, or anyone who is unable to remove it without assistance.
  • Organizations have a duty under the Code to accommodate these types of individual needs related to legitimate COVID-19 requirements, unless it would amount to undue hardship based on cost or health and safety. For example, it may be necessary to provide free masks or other means so that people with disabilities can safely perform work, receive services or live in congregate housing. For example, offering curbside pickup would generally allow a person to receive a retail service even if, because of their disability, they are unable to wear the required mask to enter a store.
  • An inability to access or use a mask or other equipment, or to follow a health and safety procedure, must not lead to automatic negative consequences such as employee discipline or termination, complete denial of service or eviction from housing.
  • No one should experience harassment or other discriminatory treatment based on a Code ground because they are unable to wear a mask, or choose to wear, or not wear, a mask, or require someone else to wear a mask based on advice from public health officials.
  • Everyone involved should be flexible and explore whether individual accommodation is possible, including alternative ways a person might safely continue to work, receive a service or live in congregate housing.
  • Organizations should make clear the reasons why a mask or other equipment or procedure is needed in the circumstances.
  • In addition, workers have rights and employers have obligations for workers’ health and safety under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Visit the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development website for more information, including how to contact the Ministry.

BREAKING: Trudeau apologizes for role in We Charity scandal but won’t resign

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized for his role in the We Charity scandal on Monday morning.

Controversy arose after the prime minister attempted to award a near-billion dollar contract to the WE Charity—a contract which was eventually cancelled after media began to scrutinize the contract and his ties to the charity.

“I made a mistake in not recusing myself immediately from the discussions, given our family’s history, and I’m sincerely sorry about not having done that,” Trudeau said outside of Rideau Hall during a press conference.

https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-trudeau-apologizes-for-role-in-we-charity-scandal-but-wont-resign