Gainesville Police Department “Hot Cop” turns out to be a Nazi!

Check this scumbag out!


To serve and protect, not that much protection from this cop if you happen to be Jewish!

One of Florida’s “hot cops” is facing backlash for allegedly making anti-Semitic Facebook posts.
On Sept. 10, the Gainesville Police Department posted a photo of officers Michael Hamill, John Nordman and Dan Rengering getting ready to work during Hurricane Irma.
The post quickly went viral, gaining more than 530,000 likes and 281,000 shares, and attracting comments from women worldwide.

Now, Officer Michael Hamill is under investigation by the department after two screenshots show him allegedly making anti-Semitic statements on his personal Facebook page, The Gainesville Sun reports. Yet they “Refuse” to suspend this Nazi of a Police Officer!!

One post from read, “What’s the difference between boy scouts and jews?” Anybody know? Well it is because “Boy scouts come back from their camps.”

Question: How many like this officer share the same thoughts in this Police Department???


National More than 12 million without power in Florida

Basically thats 71% of Floridians are without power. The once-powerful storm left trailer homes sliced open like ripe melons, boats tossed upside down on roadways and centuries-old trees strewn across power lines. As it trailed off on Monday, Irma’s rains caused floodwaters to rise from Jacksonville, Fla., to Charleston, S.C., continuing to impact a massive area of the American southeast. But it could have been much worse. We all know that!

The lack of electricity across most of South Florida was the most pressing and crippling problem. Millions could remain in the dark for days or even weeks as utility companies struggle to navigate impassable roads and floodwaters to slowly restore power. And yet here in the states like in Pakistan and India we still place electricity on poles and not underground. Places like China and Russia have 85% of their electrical distribution under ground, the us has 97% overground!!!! We do it to save, then when a storm passes, millions remain in the dark.


Waters in Jacksonville, in the state’s far northeast, sent residents scrambling to the top floors of their houses Monday morning. The St. Johns River, which cuts through the city, overflowed its banks, flooding bridges and streets.

Rescuers used boats, water scooters and even surfboards to get to residents surprised by the rising waters, said Kimberly Morgan, a spokeswoman for the Clay County emergency center. “You have to get creative in a situation like this,” she said.

Key West: 97% of the homes have been damages, 55% destroyed! When will we decide that wood is not something we need to be building homes with????


THE hydrogen bomb North Korea tested is its most sophisticated yet.

NORTH KOREA claims to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb for the first time in a move that has more than just alarmed the world.

The response from the US came through Tweets, it’s a matter of fact that the President attempted to Social Media North Korea to death, but it didn’t work. However Japan, China and South Korea officially condemned the testing by offering something of their own: A ballistic missile exercise in response to Pyongyang’s claim that it had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.

Experts have expressed alarm at the technology as well as how quickly Pyongyang has accelerated its nuclear weapons program, not that hard if you think that they’ve brought in dozens of rogue nuclear physicists from the ex Soviet Union.

THOMAS F CHENG  korea h-bomb

North Korea’s only TV station claimed it tested the h-bomb in an underground facility, they claim that the bomb is capable of being loaded into an ICBM and could hit Japan and the west coast of the US.

According to John Hallam, a UN nuclear disarmament campaigner, the latest test is beyond frightening and proves Pyongyang is capable of making a devastating and deadly impact.