Daily Recap — September 18





Don’t adjust your screen; you’re reading correctly. A Democrat scumbag who has been a scumbag for years and everyone has known was a scumbag for years may finally face justice!

Not only is the guy in question a Democrat, but a Democrat mega-donor. That means this guy really had to screw up. I mean hell, Hillary left Special Access Program info on a clothesline for the Chinese to come snatch anytime they like and all she had to do was get yelled at by Trey Gowdy for a couple hours. This guy must really be up to no good.

As it turns out, he is.

Democrat donor and gay rights enthusiast Ed Buck has been charged by Los Angeles prosecutors with running a drug house after a man overdosed on methamphetamine at Buck’s apartment last week. This particular man survived, unlike two other men who died from overdoses at Buck’s apartment in the past two years.

Yes, three men have overdosed on meth (and other stuff) at Buck’s apartment over the last two years, and two of them died.

Buck was arrested Tuesday night — after months in which activists and relatives of the men who died have called for criminal charges related to the suspicious circumstances around the deaths of 26-year-old Gemmel Moore in 2017 and 55-year-old Timothy Michael Dean in January. 

Buck, who is 65, is now facing felony counts of battery causing serious injury, administering methamphetamine and maintaining a drug house. If convicted, he could face a maximum sentence of five years and eight months in state prison.

The most recent overdose took place on Sept. 11, as Buck paid tribute to those lost on 9/11 the only way he knew how: by using drugs to lure down-on-their-luck black men to his apartment for unspeakable debauchery. Prosecutors say Buck injected a 37-year-old man with meth at Buck’s apartment in West Hollywood. The man suffered an overdose but survived.

When Moore died, police say they found drug paraphernalia littered around the scene in Buck’s home, including syringes, pipes and plastic bags. The coroner blamed the death on an accidental overdose, but a homicide inquiry was launched after Moore’s journal was published weeks later. In it, Moore blamed Buck for introducing him to methamphetamine.

“I honestly don’t know what to do. I’ve become addicted to drugs and the worst one at that,” Moore wrote, according to his family’s website. He added, “Ed Buck is the one to thank.” 

Prosecutors opted not to file charges against Buck related to Moore’s death. Earlier this year, Moore’s mother, LaTisha Nixon, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Buck and Los Angeles County officials. She says Dean’s death could have been avoided if authorities had charged Buck in 2017.

For more than two years, activists have said Buck wasn’t charged with a crime because he is white, wealthy and politically connected. Now they’re welcoming news that he has been arrested.

“We’re just completely ecstatic,” writer and activist Jasmyne Cannick said via Twitter. “Black gay men’s lives matter. The whole black LGBT community is going to be celebrating this evening because our lives matter.”

Ahhhhh, the irony.


Big Picture:


Ted Lieu, Adam Schiff, Jerry Brown and myriad other California Dims are going to have to find a new sugar daddy, as Buck appears to have killed the requisite number of black men to get “cancelled” in the Dim social circles.

There’s no telling whether the charges of operating a drug house and administering meth will stick. After all, Ed Buck is a very wealthy and well-connected man. But he has become political poison of sorts, and it’s always great to see the American public become privy to the real face of Democrat power.

In a sense, Ed Buck is a metaphor for the greater Democrat party. He lures blacks in with promises of goodies, injects it into their veins, and makes them dependent until it kills them. This time, one survived to tell the tale. And tell it he will.




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