Episode 911- We’ve Done That Before!

It’s summer. That means climate change is back.

More trans violence has happened and will be ignored by the media.

And Montgomery County, Maryland comes up with a really dumb idea to solve the crime crisis.

Dumbasses of the Day

Are You Seeing the Pattern Yet

According to the New York Post:

A transgender woman allegedly gunned down her parents inside their Utah home Tuesday night, according to police and reports.

Mia Bailey — whom police said wears wigs and changes her appearance frequently — was cornered and arrested Wednesday after an extensive manhunt that spanned several hours.

Cops warned she was to be considered “armed and dangerous” while she was still on the loose.

“We have some good news,” Officer Tiffany Mitchell with the St. George Police Department announced on Facebook.

“We have the suspect in custody. Everyone is safe. No one else was injured.”

Bailey, 28, was immediately identified as the primary suspect after gunfire erupted around 7 p.m. in a home in Washington in southwest Utah near the Arizona border.

The bodies of a woman and man, both suffering gunshot wounds, were found in the living room, according to Washington City Police.

Although police did not make clear the relationship between the deceased and Bailey, records show that Bailey shared the home where the slaughter occurred with a Joseph and Gail Bailey, ages 70 and 69.

Gail’s brother took to social media to confirm that the pair’s killer was their child.

“My sister Gail and her husband Blue Bailey were shot dead tonight. I’m numb,” he wrote in a post seen by the Daily Mail.

“Their own son killed them. My poor mother has lost 3 of her 5 children. You always think it only happens to someone else. Give your brother or sister a call. Stay in touch.”

Few details about the killings — including a motive — have been revealed.


Here is the Dumbest Thing I’ve Ever Heard

Of Course They Did

According to the Washington Examiner:

The Secret Service destroyed a film showing the Biden family dog, Commander, attacking an agent at the White House.

According to an email obtained by the Daily Mail through a Freedom of Information Act request, Commander was seen running at high speed toward a Secret Service agent in the East Wing’s Kennedy Garden, biting him hard enough to require stitches. The bite drew a serious amount of blood from the agent, requiring the White House to stop tours to clean it up.

“East Wing Tours were stopped for approximately 20 minutes due to blood from the incident being on the floors in the area of the Booksellers,” the message said.

FOIA Officer Kevin Tyrrell told the news outlet that the file was destroyed as part of standard Secret Service procedure.

“Due to Secret Service retention standards, the above mentioned file(s) has been destroyed,” he said.

The attack was the worst of about two dozen between October 2022 and July 2023, finally requiring Commander to be expelled from the White House.

Shortly before the attack, a Secret Service official warned others that Commander was “being left off leash.”

“Just for situational awareness. It seems that we’re back to the K9 being let off leash to roam the grounds freely,” the person wrote. “Tonight we had the team on the roadway for the evening sweep when [redacted] brought the dog out. K9 ran directly south and bounced between us techs.”

“Though no one was bitten it’s just a matter of time before it happens,” the official added.

Two things about this:

  • It shows that Joe Biden doesn’t give a damn about anyone but himself. This dog has attacked over 30 times.
  • I wonder, would those videos disappear if Trump’s dog attacked?


What About Our Vets?

We sure are going out of our way to help out illegal aliens, homeless people and drug addicts in blue cities.

  • The San Diego Housing Commission is under fire over plans to purchase and convert three hotels into housing for the homeless that comes with a price tag of $400,000 per room.
    • Critics of the plan argue its a waste of taxpayer money that fails to address the root causes of homelessness.
    • The commission last week voted unanimously to move forward with the proposal to buy three Extended Stay America Hotels with 412 apartment-style units for $157.8 million, or roughly $383,192 per unit, according to local reports.
  • A building once meant to house Brooklyn’s “hippest” hotel has since been converted into an emergency shelter, The Post has learned.
    • The city awarded a more than $7 million contract to a non-profit organization to run a “city sanctuary facility for homeless families with children” at 535 Van Buren Street — the same address as Artel 535, which touted itself as “Brooklyn’s Hippest Hotel” online.
    • But it doesn’t appear the planned hipster haven ever opened, and the building — on the border of Bed-Stuyvesant and Bushwick — is now serving as a shelter for migrants, run by the Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs under a $7,659,662 contract.
    • More than 60,000 migrants have arrived in the Big Apple since spring 2022, with more than 37,000 housed in city-run or city-funded shelters and facilities, according to city officials.
    • More than 60,000 migrants have arrived in the Big Apple since spring 2022, with more than 37,000 housed in city-run or city-funded shelters and facilities, according to city officials.
    • Much of the city’s hotel space — with the exception of the most touristy spots in Manhattan — is being reserved for migrants.
  • A grand opening ceremony was held Wednesday for a high-rise building in downtown Los Angeles that will house homeless individuals.
    • There are 278 units in the 19-story development known as the Weingart Tower. It’s intended to help people currently without shelter on Skid Row and it will be L.A.’s largest permanent support housing project.
    • The building will have an entire floor of offices for case workers, in addition to a list of impressive amenities: a gym, art room, music room, computer room and library. Residents will enjoy six common balconies and a café.
    • It’s considered affordable housing, but the cost to build this type of project still adds up. Each unit costs nearly $600,000 and it’s being funded by taxpayers or
    • The $165 million project is receiving permanent financing from Proposition HHH, which voters overwhelmingly passed in 2016. The new tower is also receiving state housing funds and $56 million in state tax credits.
  • While San Diego and other California cities attempt to grapple with the crisis, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced last month that he plans to spend $30 million to build 1,200 tiny homes to shelter a tiny fraction of the roughly 170,000 people homeless in the Golden State.
    • Since taking office in 2019, Newsom has signed off on more than $22.3 billion in new spending on housing and homelessness programs — but critics like Desmond have yet to see any results for all the money the city and state keeps spending.