Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for December 11, 2019

Sanctuary City Fall Out. While waiting for the Massachusetts jury that would convict him of a double homicide, Bampumim Teixeira taunted the prosecutor in his case and vowed to rape his wife before he was dragged away in handcuffs by court officers. Teixeira, a vagrant from West Africa had been convicted of two bank robberies and was released from prison just weeks before he murdered two doctors in their home courtesy of a plea deal that knocked part of his sentence down to time that would not trigger deportation. Is this a case of sanctuary policies run amok?

Anti-Semitism And The Black Hebrew Israelite Movement. One of the two people who stormed a kosher grocery store in Jersey City this week with rifles, murdering three people and a veteran detective, has been identified as a one-time follower of the black supremacist group known as the Black Hebrew Israelite Movement. Some sects within the movement are known for their fierce condemnations of white and Jewish people. Social media postings connected to one of the now dead perpetrators are rife with anti-police and anti-Jewish writings. How did we get to a place of such violent anti-Semitism?

And The Sports Illustrated Woman Of the Year is Megan Rapinoe..... While being honored as their Sportsperson of the Year, soccer star Megan Rapinoe slammed Sports Illustrated for what she called its poor track record with women athletes. Rapinoe has generated controversy for kneeling in support of the Black Lives Matter protest movement refusing to sing the National Anthem at the World Cup and refusing to go to the White House if the US Women's Soccer Team won. Does Rapinoe deserve the honor SI bestowed upon her? Who do you think should have been named as Sportsperson of the Year?

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