Life and Death in the Blue Paradise

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Latest from the Brave New World of California:


Protests have erupted outside the home of a wealthy Democratic donor in California, after a second man died there in 18 months. 

More than 100 people gathered at the house of Edward Buck in West Hollywood on Monday night to demand the activist be arrested.  

Buck – a regular donor to Democratic campaigns including Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid – was investigated for a suspected murder when Gemmel Moore, 26, was found dead of a meth overdose in July 2017. 

The retired donor was again interviewed by police yesterday after another black man, in his 50s, died in his presence although the cause is not yet known.  

Jasmyne Cannick, a public affairs strategist who has worked with Gemmel Moore’s family, said the DA and Sheriff’s Department ‘have blood on their hands’ for failing to properly investigate the donor.   

Cannick alleged that Buck lures men to his apartment with promises of cash and injects them with crystal meth for his own sexual gratification, although the claims are as yet unproven. 

‘This was preventable. We knew he hadn’t stopped, that it was only a matter of time before this happened again. And now it’s only a matter of time before it happens a third time if he’s not stopped,’ she said.  


If Ed Buck were a mega rich donor to the Republican Party you would be hearing about this non-stop from the mainstream media.  Fortunately for him he lives in the one party state of California and in a country where the mainstream media’s self appointed job in regard to news that cast powerful Democrats in a bad light is, according to Iowahawk:   Journalism is about covering important stories. With a pillow, until they stop moving.

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  1. Oh we have a free press. It’s just that half the people employed in it are dolts and the other have have no integrity whatsoever.

    A sixty-four year old man calling up gigolos and plying them with street drugs. (Evidently those at the intersection of the gay lobby and the Democratic donor pipeline get at least one free corpse courtesy California law enforcement). The marketing team who sold the legal profession and the mental health trade on subcultures built around sodomy (who then imposed the preferred legal regime of said subcultures on the rest of us) will studiously ignore this as long as they can and go on a recriminatory rampage contra anyone who points out this lurid social reality.

  2. In Buck’s mind, he was just contributing to affirmative action.
    It’s all about diversity in the.. cough.. cough.. workplace.
    I’m sure both black men we’re hirelings for Master Buck.
    No story here…wink wink nudge nudge.

  3. Money Quote: “. . . mainstream media’s self appointed job in regard to news that cast powerful Democrats in a bad light is, according to Iowahawk: Journalism is about covering important stories. With a pillow, until they stop moving.”

    This past Sunday I commented to the Warden that, “Everything we hear on the media is a lie (distortion, exaggeration, fabrication, false equivalence, omission, logical fallacy, etc.).”

    Also, famously posted was, “Modern journalism is all about deciding which facts the public shouldn’t know because they might reflect badly on democrats.”

    Reportedly, the lying media (which 24/7 covered his every comment, thought, and move beginning Summer 2015) was intent on not airing the President’s border security address Thursday evening.

    Black Lives Matter!!!! Except when Democrat money-baggers (or other protected classes) murder them.

  4. If Ed Buck were a mega-rich Republican donor, there’d be no story to report.

    Because he would have gone to prison the first time.

  5. If he were a Catholic bishop the news media would be going at him 24-7, with rumors flying that he had a grave yard on his property filled with the bodies of hundreds, maybe thousands, of prior murder victims.

  6. If I were a higher-up in the Democrat party, I’d want all
    my mega-donors to be as depraved as Buck. Every time one
    of his meth-fueled assignations went horribly awry, he’d be
    even more beholden to me to keep him out of prison and off
    the 6-o’-clock news. He’d be the perfect cash cow.

    Makes me wonder just how much of his mega-donations
    were based on his political beliefs, and how much of that
    money was payment to the Party “for services rendered”,
    to stay out of prison.

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