Pedophile Scott Ritter wins idiot of the week.
"Blood in blood out, bitch," the old perv snarls online. He's insisting that people are lying about him. He's not a pedophile, say it to my face!!!! That's what he's screaming online like the crazy ass he is.
Scott, you're a damn pedophile? Say it to your face? I can't. I have a young daughter. I don't believe you're allowed around children, are you?
I mean you are a registered sex offender. You can't be around kids. Aren't you banned from parks?
He's lying about everything and claiming the court, for example, violated sealed records. He's talking about his first two or three arrests for trying to have sex with underage girls. No, ass. They weren't sealed. At the time of his trial, they had been unsealed. The court didn't violate that.
He's a damn liar. Just a fat pig of a perv.
And he is a pedophile.
He went to court -- finally. Three or four arrests for pedophile behavior and Barack's Justice Dept hauled his perverted ass to prison.
And he was found guilty. And he cried in court like the LITTLE BITCH he truly is. Just like when he got busted and he lies and says he wanted to get caught. But the arresting officer talks about how he jumped a curb in his car trying to escape.
He's a damn liar.
And about that, he did say he wanted to get caught.
Now he's pretending he did nothing to be caught over.
Scott, you're a registered sex offender.
Shut the f**k up. You're trash. You went to prison for several years.
You're scum of the earth.
You can fool Butthole Aaron Mate -- a chicken shit bitch who let Amy Goodman mispronounce his name five days a week on air for years because he was too much of a bitch to tell her she was mispronouncing his name -- but you can't fool the rest of us.
You are a registered sex offender.
Scott ritter the pedophile ?— Red_runner3 (@Runner3Red) November 11, 2022
A convicted sex offender pedophile cannot be considered reliable nor decent in anyway or form pic.twitter.com/J6stF9IyGh
See that? Date convicted 4/4/11.
He's a pedophile.
He doesn't like being called it? Tough.
Go play with Aaron Mate, pretend Aaron's 12 and you'll be attracted to him, Scott. You can go knuckle deep with Aaron and not being breaking the law because Aaron's an adult.
Scott, you're trash and you think can rage online and pretend you're a big man. You're scum of the earth. The court found you guilty, you remain a registered sex offender. You're garbage who can't be around kids. If you move, you have to let all your new neighbors know, "I'm Scott Ritter and I'm a convicted sex offender." You have to go door to door.
So stop lying online.
And stop pretending that you're innocent.
I get it, you'd probably slit your wrist if you admitted to yourself what you've done and what you were convicted of. So to keep living, you lie to yourself.
But here's the thing, dumb ass. If anyone calls you a "pedophile" to your face -- they haven't slandered you. They've gone along with what the court determined. That's what a conviction is.
More importantly, dumb ass idiot, if you hit them because they called you a pedophile, you have committed assault and you will be going back to prison. Not to jail, but to prison. You will be seen as a risk within the commuity and you spew your bulls**t that you're doing online in front of a judge and you'll really be going back to prison.
Here's C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"
|Alabama||Rep||Earl Hilliard||D||retired from office|
|Florida||Rep||Carrie Meek||D||retired from office|
|Illinois||Rep||Jesse Jackson Jr.||D|
|Illinois||Rep||Bill Lipinski||D||retired from office|
|Michigan||Rep||John Conyers Jr.||D|
|Michigan||Rep||Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick||D|
|Minnesota||Rep||Martin Olav Sabo||D|
|Missouri||Rep||William Clay Jr.||D|
|MIssouri||Rep||Karen McCarthy||D||retired from office|
|New Jersey||Sen||Jon Corzine||D|
|New Jersey||Rep||Rush Holt||D|
|New Jersey||Rep||Robert Menendez||D|
|New Jersey||Rep||Frank Pallone Jr||D|
|New Jersey||Rep||Donald Payne||D|
|New Mexico||Sen||Jeff Bingaman||D|
|New Mexico||Rep||Tom Udall||D|
|New York||Rep||Maurice Hinchey||D|
|New York||Rep||Amo Houghton||R|
|New York||Rep||John LaFalce||D|
|New York||Rep||Gregory Meeks||D|
|New York||Rep||Jerrold Nadler||D|
|New York||Rep||Major Owens||D|
|New York||Rep||Charles Rangel||D|
|New York||Rep||Jose Serrano||D|
|New York||Rep||Louise Slaughter||D|
|New York||Rep||Edolphus Towns||D|
|New York||Rep||Nydia Velazquez||D|
|North Carolina||Rep||Eva Clayton||D||retired from office|
|North Carolina||Rep||David Price||D|
|North Carolina||Rep||Melvin Watt||D|
|North Dakota||Sen||Kent Conrad||D|
|Ohio||Rep||Stephanie Tubbs Jones||D|
|Pennsylvania||Rep||William Coyne||D||retired from office|
|Rhode Island||Sen||Lincoln Chafee||D|
|Rhode Island||Sen||Jack Reed||D|
|Rhode Island||Rep||James Langevin||D|
|South Carolina||Rep||Gresham Barrett||R|
|South Carolina||Rep||James Clyburn||D|
|Tennessee||Rep||John Duncan Jr||R|
|Texas||Rep||Eddie Bernice Johnson||D|
|Texas||Rep||Ciro Rodriguez||D||retired from office|
|District of Columbia||Rep||Brian Baird||D|
|West Virginia||Sen||Robert Byrd||D|
|West Virginia||Rep||Alan Mollohan||D|
|West Virginia||Rep||Nick Rahall||D|
|Wisconsin||Rep||Jerry Kleczka||D||retired from office|
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The statement said that the “all items less food and energy index rose 6.3 percent over the last 12 months.” But in the critical categories of energy and food, prices increased by 17.6 percent and 10.9 percent respectively.
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Salhy is Iraqi, and in 2004 covered the Battle of Fallujah and the American invasion. She is not easily frightened. But as Iraq changed in the years since, paramilitaries have taken prominent roles in the country’s economy, security, and government and operate with practical impunity. Since the end of 2019, paramilitaries are suspected to have been behind at least thirty-six assassinations, with activists and journalists as their primary targets. In November 2021, they went as far as to conduct a drone attack on Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Khadimi, an assassination attempt that was widely seen as retaliation for his attempts to bring a paramilitary “death squad” to justice.
Social media attacks can serve as a precursor. In May 2020 Hisham al-Hashimi, a renowned analyst of paramilitaries and terrorism, saw an uptick in posts targeting him. Just weeks later, on June 9, 2020, he was shot by two gunmen on the back of a motorcycle as he returned home.
Salhy’s sister is in fact a politician, and the two had kept their being related a secret to protect each other. Salhy did not want her sister to become a target because of what she had written; nor did she want her work to be associated with her sister’s political positions. Now the paramilitaries were letting them know that their relationship was not only understood but monitored. “It was just telling me they can reach me,” Salhy said. “And if they cannot reach me, they can reach my family.”