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BLM AntiFA swing large flag poles – intimidate tourists in Harrisburg, PA – VIDEO

Harrisburg, PA – On the evening of December 2nd, 2017 a group of tourists who where out filming their exploration encountered a group of activists at the State Capitol building in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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The tourists approached with interest and engaged a group in small talk about the happenings of the activists gathering. The initial conversation soon gave way to a civil street debate. When the group determined that they disagreed with the tourists opinions, without hesitation the activists became intolerant and took on a very street savvy organized intimidation tactic using a large flag pole to physically threaten as well as using verbal aggression suggestive of theft and sexual harassment.

Video Highlights:

🎥 Activist used flag pole as a weapon to threaten and intimidate civilian tourists

🎥 Multiple witnesses complained of being struck with flag

🎥 Aggressor demanded to take hat worn by tourist

🎥 Agitator yells raps repeating the word “bitch” into megaphone

Unfortunately for the City of Harrisburg, these aggressive activists have a negative impact on tourism in the Capital City.

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🎥 More footage coming soon

In response to this initial report Chris Siennick jokes: “It was so bad I thought the guy died at the end. BLM and ANTIFA are dangerous and they brainwash kids on the internets! Don’t let your kids watch!”

Justin Feagley later said: “I will say Chris Siennick was decent and civil during the interaction unlike some BLM people. Actually in all fairness most of the Antifa ppl I spoke with were nice and civil. Of course we VERY differ on political views and social issues, and a rally on court steps isn’t exactly the best environment to exchange ideas, but there was no violence. Just some friendly provocation. – oh and I couldn’t believe no one called me a nazi. that was a first haha”

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Double Murderer on the loose in Harrisburg – Update: Suspect Arrested

Update: A suspect has been charged with murder

Harrisburg, PA – Two young ladies were violently murdered in Uptown Harrisburg, found dead with gunshot wounds. No motive or suspect has been identified. It’s been suggested that one of the female victims was pregnant.

When a reporter asked if the coroner could answer whether 16-year-old Kaliah Dearing was pregnant, Coroner Graham Hetrick was vague in his response after a brief pause. “I could, but I’m not,” he said. This prompted a woman, identified as Kaliah’s mother, to be overwhelmed with grief.

Dauphin Coroner Graham Heteick says overall it’s not a gun problem, it’s not an opioid problem, but it’s a problem of our shifting culture where we no longer value other lives in this society:

Since this incident, there have been multiple other shootings with injuries in Uptown Harrisburg, as well as shooting murders in Carlisle and York, Pennsylvania the same weekend.

Kids as young as 10 years old reportedly attempting armed robberies in York, PA.

Cornelius Johnson should be held accountable as a ‘public servant’

Councilman Cornelius Johnson is the first public official to be named as part of a local organization’s quest to hold taxpayer funded employees accountable.  

After months of complaints from life-long residents to the city, it is no secret that 1837 & 1839 Rudy Road is on their radar. 

What is more disturbing is how Harrisburg City Council Member Cornelius Johnson has had direct knowledge about this specific problem, and has bold faced lied to residents of the city. In this video, at the 43:36 mark, at an October 19th, 2017 Codes Meeting, Cornelius Johnson not only says how he has specific knowledge about these properties that a resident was complaining about, specifically at the 44:53 mark, Cornelius states that if a property is deemed hazardous, the CITY will secure them. 

The next day, the unsecured property was set on fire. A week later there was another fire.  

More disturbing, is that almost 40 days prior to the codes meeting, Cornelius had a Facebook exchange with another resident, where the resident practically begged him to visit the property.  

A follow up on that Facebook post, Cornelius said he did visit the property.  

Cornelius: Why are you lying to city residents? If you have no intention of performing, then don’t look us in our faces and lie.

In a recent Facebook post, Friends of Allison Hill, who spearheaded efforts to clean this entire block up, posted a video of the aftermath of how fake politicians will look you in your eye and lie, and go on social media and lie, and then look the other way when senior citizens lives are put in danger. 

Attention Eastern University 

Harrisburg, PA – City council turned down the posposal for Eastern University to lease unused space in the City Hall building. 

This was an opportunity for the city to rent out space in the basement of the city government property, and Eastern University offered to spend $600,000 on building renovations. 

Of the rejected deal, Harrisburg resident Anthony Harrell says: “City Council I am with you on this, the mayor sprung this on you and the citizens, and he already had it set up!”

Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse responded: “We are going to take taxpayer dollars to help fix a building instead of potholes and playgrounds, and to me, it was a no-brainer, and we should have moved forward with a partnership with Eastern.”

Beau Brown, a 17 year commercial real estate veteran says he can help Eastern University find an alternative site. 

He was in favor of the proposed deal, and stated in the past that it seemed like Eastern U and the administration worked hard on the feasibility exercise to locate at city hall.

Brown stated that despite prior disagreements with the administration – he believes that he could serve both the client and the city’s interests by finding a site where the city can still benefit directly or indirectly.  

This was a clean partnership proposal and it shouldn’t fall to the back burner. 

Let’s work together to find a beneficial alternative.

Dauphin County released evidence today in case against Harrisburg Mayor’s Senior Advisor 

New Report: Property Scandal Involving Jacki Parker 

Harrisburg, PA – Rowbottom vs. Singleton Update

Dauphin County released evidence today to the plaintiff, Timothy Rowbottom, in his case against Karl Singleton, Senior Advisor to Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse. 

On May 09, 2017, around 9 p.m., the plantiff alleges that Mr. Singleton threatened the man in a physically intimidating manner, and alluded to knowing his home address. This incident occurred in the Harrisburg Hilton Hotel during the 2017 Mayoral debate. Singleton and Rowbottom were both in attendance at the debate event that took place that evening in the 2nd floor Ballroom.

When Rowbottom attempted to serve the Harrisburg Police department today, he was told “No” they can’t accept the supoena. 

When asked to put it in writing, HBG PD complied and accepted the supoenas for more evidence. 

Harrisburg City Solicitor Neil Grover also attempted to withhold evidence when he aggressively approached the plaintiff in city hall recently. 

In a similar politically motivated threat, it’s also been alleged that the defendant Karl Singleton physically threatened Dauphin County Commissioner Jeffrey Haste after an informal meeting several years ago. That particular incident was broken up by other county officials who were present. 

Will the Harrisburg-Amazon deal be lost to official egos and political agendas?

By: Sean M. Guay

Harrisburg, PA – “The announcement that Amazon would build a $5 billion facility supporting 50,000 jobs immediately lit up social media. Some local citizens and officials suggested that the sprawling, for-sale Harrisburg State Hospital grounds off Cameron Street would be a perfect fit.” – theBurg

However, varying political agendas almost squashed the deal before it gained traction. An essential component of the proposal requires cooperation between Harrisburg Mayor and the president of the Regional Chamber, among other opposing forces.

David Black, president of Harrisburg Regional Chamber of Commerce and CREDC initially said: “Harrisburg is too small to put in a bid, but I do think there’s an opportunity to put in a bid with partners in York and Lancaster.”

Harrisburg City Councilman Westburn Majors expressed motivation to engage local government and private entities together in this process. “It is my hope that the administration can work with the county, the commonwealth, local business groups such as the Chamber, CREDC, etc., to determine if putting in an application is something that they would consider,” Majors said.

Brandon Flood and Beau Brown, who are both active in local & state politics, also engaged in the social media conversation. Brown expressed deep interest and insight into the potential Amazon deal, and began drafting preliminary concepts for a proposal in front of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Meanwhile, Bruce P Weber (HBG City Director of Finance) who is very active on social media, often echos the perspective of Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse. The tone of Weber seemed to brush off the Amazon deal as a no-go.

Jennie Jenkins makes an excellent point that preparing and proposing to Amazon executives would serve as a terrific protocol for organizing forces in Harrisburg, and potentially bringing future investment to the region.

Beau Brown flips the script on Weber when he compares former Harrisburg Mayor Steve Reed to the short-falls of the current administration. The City of Harrisburg was transformed under Mayor Steve Reed. He had an unmatched love for Harrisburg and equal drive & determination to get results.

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A bold proposal was made by Beau Brown, who offered free services to help draw 50,000 Amazon jobs to Harrisburg. Brown published an advertisement for his proposal stating that in fact Harrisburg can fulfill the requirements, and the posting was circulated around on social media.

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Perhaps Harrisburg leaders and CREDC heard the calls of the community, because within 2 weeks, a new twist to the story was reported by Pennlive on 9/25/2017 when David Black says: “We’re pulling apart the RFP Amazon issued to see what we need.”

Harrisburg will partner with Lancaster, York, Cumberland & Lebanon counties to fulfill the metro requirement of the RFP.

Brown says that this is an opportunity to get face-time and build rapport for Harrisburg in front of one of the most powerful corporate owners in the world. Also, this experience will serve as excellent practice for pitching our region to investors. He also makes the point that proposing to Bezos would only be to the potential benefit of Harrisburg and the entire region. We should not pass up such an opportunity, as we are negotiating with an unpredictable entrepreneur, not a legislative body with strict rules to follow.

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Beau Brown is uniquely qualified. He has a Reed-like drive and passion for the City of Harrisburg. Brown’s advocacy for the city is evident through the multiple published reports and editorials that have appeared in the Central Penn Business Journal, including this following article where Brown lays out a road map plan to land a deal such as the Amazon headquarters.

If Harrisburg and regional leaders are serious about this huge proposal, Brown’s negotiating and real estate experience should be utilized in making this deal.

Here, in a rare moment of clarity, Weber comes to his senses and recognizes the brilliance and potential in Brown’s proposal:

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theBurg follow-up:

Civil War era flags to be replicated in Camp Curtin Vexillology Project

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Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, PA:
The Union Rediscovered

Serving as the largest Federal Civil War base, Camp Curtin housed and trained over 300,000 troops, transported supplies to the front lines, operated a hospital, and prisoners-of-war jail. In the end, this encampment supported the Union victory in the American Civil War.

To celebrate the importance of its role in our National history, Harrisburg leaders will partner with the Civil War Museum to deem the original boundaries of this encampment as Hallowed Grounds, to procure funding to redevelop the Uptown Harrisburg Camp Curtin neighborhood, and to promote Central PA as a Civil War history tourist destination.

The goals of this project include:

  • To educate the community about Civil War history, as recorded and preserved by various institutions and resources. 
  • To present vexillology (study of flags), the chronological military records and experiences of Union Civil War units raised at Camp Curtin, and their members roles as instruments in the Union victory in the Civil War.
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Camp Curtin
  1. The project is to obtain these goals by replicating and displaying reproduction battle flags of the regiments that trained at Camp Curtin. This is to be a part of a community beautification initiative and subsequent public campaign to recognize the contributions and deeds of the Union soldiers in the Civil War. The project will sustain itself through the sale of reproduced flags, magnets, and ornaments to the general public.
  2. An online educational component will illustrate the activities, campaigns, engagements, and fully-detailed rosters of each regiment that trained at Camp Curtin. The service of these regiments is to be fully described-amid interactive photographs of the original battle flags. This project will require collaboration with reference materials and historians to ensure the full accuracy of compiled research. This dynamic soldier inventory is to provide the biographies, and service records for all soldiers that served in regiments that trained at Camp Curtin.
  3. As an in-kind gesture of outreach from the Harrisburg community to the Pennsylvanian, and other Northern towns where Camp Curtin Union Army regiments originated, a ceremonial visit will be made to every town to present the replicated battle flag of that towns Union Army regiment.

Will Harrisburg, PA Host Museum of Confederate Monuments that are Removed from Southern Cities?

The proposed ‘Rise of Camp Curtin’ has sparked a controversial debate about the future relocation of confederate monuments.

In response to the recent removal of confederate monuments, a new idea is being entertained for the future of historic monuments in the City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Lewis Butts On Removing Historic Civil War Monuments:

“It’s actually wrong to remove the historical monuments, because it erases identity.

It results in a disservice to society, since people won’t realize how far they have progressed.

If all memories are washed away, we will never acknowledge the existence of our realities.

In Camp Curtin, we plan to resurrect its rich history, and the economic development of the distressed neighborhood.”

 

Butts has faced opposition from his political opponent, Mayor Eric Papenfuse who has formed the resistance in Harrisburg against Civil War history that highlights African-Americans.

In a press release today, Lewis Butts alludes to the rise of Camp Curtin and his dissatisfaction with Harrisburg current Mayor.

“My objective is to smash Papenfuse… tear him down like a Confederate Monument… The Rise Of Camp Curtin”

The debate continues as one response suggested confederate monuments are inappropriate in Harrisburg, PA, and a more suitable location may be the the Capital’s West Shore, or Gettysburg, PA.

Lewis Butts recently called into M.O.A.B. Radio, when he publicly disavowed AntiFA, and he advocated for the preservation of Civil War History.


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Lawsuit Filed against Harrisburg Mayor’s senior advisor, Karl Singleton

10/02/2017: Dauphin County releases evidence in Singleton case

Update: In following up with this story, the individual who filed the complaint also has had his RTK request and subpoena for evidence intentionally withheld by city solicitor Neil Grover. Grover allegedly confronted the individual in an aggressive manner, and then told him he’d never give him the records. More RTK requests were filed immediately by the citizen.

The City and Neil Grover have a long history of refusing to turn over evidence that can be used against them.

Rowbottom files Right To Know request

Harrisburg, PA – In a motion recently filed by Timothy Rowbottom against the senior advisor to Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse, Karl Singleton has been named in a $12,000 civil suit for threatening life of the Mayor’s constituent.

In a written statement by the plaintiff, it has be alleged that on May 09, 2017, around 9 p.m., the defendant, Mr. Singleton threatened the man and alluded to knowing his home address. This incident occurred in the Harrisburg Hilton Hotel during the 2017 Mayoral debate. Singleton and Rowbottom were both in attendance at the debate event that took place that evening in the 2nd floor Ballroom.

The plaintiff believes this was a politically motivated threat.

School Board Director tied to The Resistance/ AntiFA – Harrisburg, PA

Carrie Fowler has a lengthy criminal history, including her 4th DUI offense which occurred less than one year ago. Fowler was also recently arrested again within the last month. She is currently campaigning for a public office as a Harrisburg School Board Director. The vote is on November 7.

This weekend on the The Big Sarge fb raido show, Harrisburg Mayoral candidate Glorida Martin-Roberts spoke out against Carrie Fowler saying, “The law should not permit her to run for any public office.” Fowler becomes the topic of conversation around the 1hour 30min mark.

Of these recent charges coming to light, Otto V. Banks mentions, “The larger question is whether or not Ms. Carrie Fowler was under court supervision at the time that she filed her petition? If so, she could possibly be brought up on charges for perjury. The most recent date of her last DUI arrest was 12/2016. Normally, a person would have to be on probation for at least a year.”

Carrie Fowler: “I do support [AntiFA]”

In an online discourse on 7/10/2017, via the Concerned Citizens of Harrisburg facebook page, Harrisburg School Board Director-elect, Carrie Fowler boasts of her leadership role in a protest demonstration that ended with 6 people being arrested. She also admits that she will always have hate in her heart, and reaffirms her loyal support of the domestic terrorist group Antifa.

She is currently campaigning for a seat as a Harrisburg School Board Director. The election is in November 2017.

18426259-standardFowler is proud to be associated with AntiFA members in Harrisburg, including Chris Siennick, who is leading the ‘Resistance Movement.’ He is admittedly recruiting minors into his local activity, and recently accommodated out-of-town AntiFA crews who terrorized Harrisburg citizens and Police. Siennick endorsed solely Fowler in the May 2017 primary election for Harrisburg School Board Director.

Carrie Fowler: “I will spread hatred till the day I take my last breath.”

https://www.facebook.com/abc27news/posts/10155380990625420

Antifa visited Harrisburg, PA on the Saturday of June 10th, when they held a violent counter-protest against an openly gay activist, to advance their pro-Sharia Law campaign. Militants were arrested during the demonstration. One actor assaulted a police horse by stabbing its neck with a staff. Antifa has been named for using a chemical mixture as a weapon to burn the skin of police in Harrisburg that day. A variety of weapons were brandished by the group, who also staged an aggressive ‘march’ that featured blocking traffic, harassing police, and being disorderly towards civilians.
On the Facebook page, Fowler was pressed by several concerned citizens, after boasting her leadership role in a recent demonstration against Republican Pennsylvanian Senator Pat Toomey, that ended with 6 ‘protesters’ being arrested. Several admissions were made in the discussion that followed.

From Concerned Citizens facebook page 7/10/2017:

Sean M Guay The ‘Resistance Movement’ emulates the tactics of black bloc, and has aligned with the terrorists of AntiFA. It is a threat to American freedom.
Such a shame that so-called citizens of Harrisburg would display pride in being aggressively disruptive. 

Carrie Fowler If you think the resistance movement is a threat to American freedoms, then you don’t understand how this country was built.

Sean M Guay This country was not built by aligning with terrorists. 

Carrie Fowler What do you think the monarchy thought of our founding fathers? You need a history lesson. 

Robert Brandt Seriously Carrie Fowler, did you just compare our founding fathers to ANTIFA?? LMFAO!! And I saw a pic you posted awhile back with you supporting ANTIFA so spin more spin doctor.

Carrie Fowler pledging allegiance to Antifa in Harrisburg on June 10, 2017

Sean M Guay: You all (the resistance) missed that while you were busy sympathizing with AntiFA, spreading hatred about America and our President.

Carrie Fowler: I will spread hatred about and for Trump till the day I take my last breath. He does not represent me or 58% of this country. He is a national embarrassment.

Amy Thomas: NJ DHS listed AntiFa as domestic terrorists.  Aligning with them when your seeking a position in the public school system board…what message does that send to the children, their families and the tax payers? Fine, you don’t like Trump but to associate with domestic terrorists? Wow

Sean M Guay: AntiFA assaulted a police horse, harassed civilians and police in the street around 3rd and Forester, blocked traffic and sprayed a chemical mixture at police in Harrisburg on June 10. 

Carrie Fowler, you are a current school board director elect, and as a ‘leader’ in this community, the citizens of Harrisburg must look to you for guidance.

Will you publicly condemn the violent activities of AntiFA and any person associated with them?

Amy Thomas Carrie Fowler, Do you condemn AntiFa? Simple question.

Carrie FowlerI do support them (AntiFA) for their efforts to stand against hate. Am I a member? No. On that Saturday (June 10) in question Antifa were the only ones protecting the hate from walking down our streets and there was absolutely NO violence. Do I stand by everything they do ? No.

I am not tolerant of Trump and his hate. Not for one minute. I will expose him every chance I get. I will call him out every chance I get

Now have fun twisting my words to fit your agenda. I put action behind my words. I make mistakes just like everyone else, but when I do I admit them, learn from them and move on a better person.

Brittney Parker: Carrie Fowler I think it’s pretty interesting you say you will never tolerate hate, and then a few posts above this one you say you will spread hate for Trump till you take your last breath.

Of course, we all know you’re ok with facism and hatred as long as it’s someone or something you disagree with, am I right? 

I don’t even like Trump, haha, I didn’t vote for him and left the GOP over it. But trying to claim the moral high ground on tolerance, diversity, and love while bragging about spreading hatred is pretty far out.

Closing Statements:

Apparently, Carrie Fowler was busy sympathizing with Antifa members, and while she was caught up in passionately spreading hatred of America and our President, she conveniently missed all the relevant national news about the violence and hatred that was caused by Antifa in Harrisburg on June 10, 2017. Recently, Fowler has become the Democratic mascot, making appearances on behalf of the party at every protest cause in the Pennsylvania State Capital.

Direct Link to the posting that was deleted (we have all screen shots) as soon as the connection to Siennick and AntiFA was established:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/281283225639307/permalink/336034680164161/


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