Pro Black Lives Matter Mayor Indicted On Charges Of Felony Campaign Finance Fraud

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren Has Been Indicted On Two Charges

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren (seriously, that’s her name), has been indicted by a grand jury on two felony charges. The first, is for a scheme to defraud and the second is for illegally coordinating expenditures with campaign activities. Indicted alongside Warren were her campaign treasurer, Albert Jones Jr, and Rosiland Brooks-Harris who is the treasurer of the political action committee that supported Warren’s election.

If convicted, Warren could be removed from office, face up to four years in prison, loser her pension, and be made to forfeit her license to practice law.

She will be arraigned, along with her associates on 5 October in front of Cayuga County Judge Thomas Leone in Monroe County. The charges stem from alleged illegal activity that took place during her 2017 campaign for mayor. She has one year remaining on her term in office.

Earlier this month, Lovely announced police “reforms” she planned to implement in order to appease Black Lives Matter in response to the death of Daniel Prude.

NBC News Reports:

A mayor in New York state who shook up her city’s police department after the death of Daniel Prude, a Black man who allegedly suffered from mental health problems, was hit Friday with campaign finance charges that could drive her out of office. Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren was indicted by a grand jury on charges of scheming to defraud and violating election law by illegally coordinating activities and expenditures, Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley said. Both charges stem from Warren’s 2017 re-election campaign. She has denied any wrongdoing. Warren, who did not release a statement after her indictment and whose office did not immediately respond to a request for comment, has an Oct. 5 court date and also faces the possibility of prison time and the loss of her law license if convicted.

Video: “F***The Police” Says Vice Principal Who Marched With Rioters In Rochester…School District Won’t Fire Him

Steve Lysenko, An Assistant Principal At Spencerport High School, Rioted Alongside Black Lives Matter In Rochester Friday Evening

The school district of Spencerport, a suburb of Rochester, has some explaining to do following a video showcasing the views of one of their administrators. Steve Lysenko, the assistant principal in charge of ninth grade, looked directly into a camera and told the world how he felt about law enforcement officers nationwide.

Here’s What Steve Lysenko Had To Say About The Police:

“Good evening, folks. It’s Steve Lysenko, president of the local chapter of the national association for multicultural education. In an act of protest this evening, we marched west on Court Street. And we didn’t do anything but chant and sing, all the way—halfway across the bridge. At which point we met the Rochester Police Department. And guess what happened? Our peace keepers ended up shooting pepper spray at us for singing and chanting and telling them what a sh*tty-*ss job they were doing. They can f*** right off, America. F*** the police! F*** Rochester Police Department! Thank you.”

Spencerport’s Staff Photo For Steve Lysenko

Lysenko’s Employer, Spencerport Public Schools, Issued Statements Regarding The Incident:

Judging by the wording below, namely that the school will be settling any disciplinary decisions in a “confidential” manner, the school district has no intention of firing the assistant principal:

“As we have stated consistently and clearly, Spencerport Central School District stands in solidarity in support of racial equality and systemic change. We remain committed to this change, and want all of our families to know we further stand in solidarity with peaceful protesters. However, when a District employee uses language in public or on social media that does not align with our Code of Conduct or demonstrate appropriate role modeling for students, that is something that we will not condone. These statements by our administrator have caused disruption within our school community. We apologize to our students, parents and community that you had to hear this language from one of our employees. This will be addressed as a confidential, personnel matter.”

Video: Brave Black Lives Matter Leaders Tell “White Shields” To Take The Rubber Bullets For Them…And They Listen

Rochester Black Lives Matter Has Been Violently Rioting For Four Straight Days And Now They Want White People To Act As Meatshields…

Not to be outdone by Portland Black Lives Matter’s 100 days of violence and terror, Rochester BLM is now escalating the situation on the streets of the historic city that birthed Kodak Film.

Tonight, rioters marched on Rochester City Hall before pouring out into the streets to wreak havoc in an otherwise quiet city. Their marching orders were clear: white bodies should be used to shield those with a darker complexion in an implicitly hypocritical acknowledgement of fragility just marginally less amusing than the pregnant mothers who shielded the rioters in Portland.

Speaking over a megaphone, one Black Lives Matter leader demanded the following: “If you white and you got a shield, you need to be making the perimeter. From whatever this street is to whatever that street is. If you are black, stay in the middle!”

Then a woman off screen shouts “white shields!” calling the useful idiots to rally around her.

Not long after, they received their marching orders and entered formation, the rioting began and the rubber bullets started flying…

Rioters (presumably white, judging from the preceding orders) formed an umbrella shield wall and began lobbing bottles, rocks, and other objects at officers attempting to break up the illegal demonstration.

Last night, Rochester Black Lives Matter climbed on private residences, banged on windows and terrorized homeowners:

They stormed into restaurants, overturned tables, and smashed dinnerware: