Monthly Archives: July 2018

“It doesn’t matter if (Dale) Yeager is a willfully ignorant liar whose very brain appears eaten away by mosquito larvae.”

Antifa Marxism

From anarchistnews.org

From the 90’s on most police officers and government officials lumped leftists in with Democrats who always seemed to cause trouble whenever the Empire did something notable. Annoying, but certainly nowhere near the danger of terrorists “pouring in” from the middle east. A few agents and informants may be cultivated but I can assure you there was no “Left Wing Division” of the FBI working double shifts to monitor our every move.

That is quickly changing.

The capitalist press reported this interesting gem:

“Dale Yeager, a forensic profiler and CEO of Seraph Inc., a private consulting firm for law enforcement, has been warning American law enforcement about left-wing extremism since the 1970s. On Tuesday, Yeager will headline the conference with his keynote, ‘Radical Left-Wing Gangs in America,’ focused on ‘anti-fascist, or antifa, groups and their violent actions against civilians and police agencies in the U.S. and Canada.’

In his mind, the growth of right-wing extremism is a form of fake news; it’s the left, he says, that’s the bigger danger to America. ‘The United States is in a Second Civil War,’ Yeager told VICE News. ‘We are. The one thing I disagree with is that it’s a cold civil war. There’s violence. And it’s not going to get better.’…

The FBI Academy Associates is a nonprofit based in Quantico, Virginia, and claims nearly 20,000 members, a cross-section of federal, state, and local law enforcement from around the world. It aims to coordinate and share materials about current public safety issues, but it also reflects the priorities of the Bureau, and certainly the attitudes of agents in the field.

This year’s conference will take place in Quebec City in Canada, and its agenda makes no mention of far-right extremists…

‘There is no uptick in white supremacy violence,’ Yeager told VICE News. ‘That’s a statistical inaccuracy.’”

Yeager himself admits this is a new trend in law enforcement. “I talked about this in the early 2000s,” he said, “and the response I got originally on a federal level was, ‘They’re tree-huggers; they won’t hurt anyone’,”

It doesn’t matter if Yeager is a willfully ignorant liar whose very brain appears eaten away by mosquito larvae. Yeager is being called in because the people at that conference already feel like he’s right.

This means two very important things.

For one we can expect a large increase in State violence and subversive activity. The left is being taken as a serious threat, and a quick glance through the history of COINTELPRO ought to tell you what that means. Leftists will be risking jail, and possibly even death, for many types of organizing/resistance they once took for granted. The game is getting serious now and the days of blind optimism are over.

But that’s just half the story.

Violent Threats From The Left Are Growing

Domestic Terrorism 

Last week, a man was indicted for threatening to kill Republican Rep. Diane Black. “They were serious enough threats that the grand jury did take action,” Black said in an interview.

It’s been barely a year since the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise during congressional baseball practice, and the story of the threats to Rep. Diane Black were barely a blip in our news.

The shooting last June should have been a wake-up call for our political discourse, but we’ve only been on a further slide since then.

This month, Black’s fellow GOP congressman, Jason Lewis, says his daughters were threatened. A man threatened to chop up Sen. Rand Paul’s family with an ax.

The shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise during congressional baseball practice last June should have been a wake-up call for our political discourse, but we’ve only been on a further slide since then.

Another was arrested outside the campaign office of Rep. Lee Zeldin for threatening to kill Trump supporters. And the Nebraska GOP office had bricks thrown through its windows and graffiti painted on its wall.

Last week, a guy was beaten up in Oakland after a crowd thought he was a member of the Proud Boys, a right-wing pro-Trump men’s-rights group.

In September I wrote about the perils of Nazi-punching, and how the online glee about a white supremacist being punched was misplaced and dangerous. One of my concerns was that the violence being cheered wouldn’t end with Nazis. It didn’t.

A telling incident took place this month when a group of Proud Boys wearing MAGA hats got into a fight at an LA bar. This LA Times quote from Josh Androsky, who led the fight against the Boys, is a stunner: “The Proud Boys say they’re not Nazis, and duh, they’re not from 1945, they’re not 100 years old. But in America, there’s a fun little thing, which is a catch-all term for right-wing racist hate groups, and it’s Nazi.”

He added: “The First Amendment protects the right to peaceably assemble. There’s no such thing as a peaceable assembly of Nazis. Just by virtue of their ideology, they are causing harm.”

Absurd. Even actual 100-year-old Nazis are protected by the First Amendment. Where are the prominent liberals to tell their supporters that, no, they can’t actually punch anyone they disagree with?

Before the election, there was a lot of concern that Donald Trump would lose and his supporters would take to the streets. Quartz magazine quoted Trump supporters who threatened “revolution” if he lost. An LA Times op-ed by Doyle McManus found Trump fans saying there’d be a “civil war.”

Since the election, there have been similar pieces about what Trump supporters would do if he were to get impeached or if he lost in 2020.

But there’s been very little exploration into the continuing violent outbursts by people unhappy that Donald Trump is president. The inevitable march from confronting Cabinet members in restaurants to confronting ordinary supporters of the president continues apace.

Where is the Democratic leadership? What would their response be if the party ID were reversed? And why isn’t the media hounding them for answers?

Even during the election, Republican leadership spoke out against Trump encouraging violence at his rallies. In March 2016 both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio issued statements. Cruz was still in the race, so his shot could be seen as a political move on a competitor, but Rubio was out and pledging to support any eventual GOP nominee. Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Mitch McConnell both also made comments about the violence with McConnell noting that he had spoken to Trump about it.

It’s Dems’ turn.

In June, Maxine Waters famously said “If you see anybody from [the Trump] Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station — you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. Tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere!” Her comments were greeted with appropriate outrage.

People — yes, even those who work in the Trump White House — should be allowed to pump gas or shop without having a crowd “push back on them.”

#TravelAlert Bed Bugs Have Just Been Found On A Business Class Flight & You Should Be Afraid

Travel Dale Yeager Blog

Here’s some scary news that should make your next trip a very uncomfortable one.

Bed bugs were recently found on the business class seats of an Air India flight from Newark Liberty International Airport in the U.S to India.

Reports from Fox5NY joined outraged business class passengers who took to Twitter to express their anger and disgust at the airline. The passengers revealed that their seats were infested with bed bugs, causing them to have “bites all over their body” once they landed.

Whilst some may argue that it’s an isolated case since they’d probably never travel to India, there’s still the concern of how the bed bugs got there in the first place and whether or not they’re in the airport (likely).

Another major question raised is how often these plane seats get cleaned.

Pravin Tonsekar@pat_tons

@airindiain @sureshpprabhu @narendramodi_in Suresh Prabhuji – just arrived from New York on Air India 144 business class with family . All our seats infested with bed bugs . Sir , have heard of bed bugs on trains but shocked to experience on our maharaja and that too business

6:25 AM – Jul 17, 2018

And the aftermath…

Saumya Shetty@saumshetty

What an #airindia #businessclass would do to you? AI still has to get in touch with me inspite if my repeated attempts to get in touch with them. @airindiain @NewYorkTimes11 @cnni

9:12 AM – Jul 20, 2018

One passenger even raised a good point after his children were fed to the blood sucking critters.

Rohan@roscrow

@airindiain my wife and three kids flex business class AI 144 from Newark to mumbai; now they have bed bug bites all over their body; is this is what we paid $10,000 for???

1:50 PM – Jul 19, 2018 · Montville, NJ

Kashmira Tonsekar who was a passenger on the flight told The Hindustan Times that they had alerted the crew of the situation who then sprayed a repellant.

“After a while, more bugs started coming out from that and other seats.”

Air India have since come out to address the issue via a statement saying that it is “deeply concerned with a few reports of ‘bugs’ causing inconvenience to its esteemed passengers”.

“The issue has been viewed seriously and every possible step is being taken to closely inspect and further strengthen our system at every level to ensure that such isolated incidents of passenger discomfiture do not affect our consistent performance.”

Does this bode well with your faith in business class? Let us know.

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It Kills And Destroys, Sorry If Your Offended

Socialism

On the same day that Venezuela’s “democratically” elected socialist president, Nicolas Maduro, whose once-wealthy nation now has citizens foraging for food, announced he was lopping five zeros off the country’s currency to create a “stable financial and monetary system,” Meghan McCain of The View was the target of internet-wide condemnation for having stated some obvious truths about collectivism.

During the same week we learned that the democratic socialist president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, is accused of massacring hundreds of protesters whose economic futures have been decimated by his economic policies, Soledad O’Brien and writers at outlets ranging from GQ, to BuzzFeed, to the Daily Beast were telling McCain to cool her jets.

In truth, McCain was being far too calm. After all, socialism is the leading man-made cause of death and misery in human existence. Whether implemented by a mob or a single strongman, collectivism is a poverty generator, an attack on human dignity and a destroyer of individual rights.

It’s true that not all socialism ends in the tyranny of Leninism or Stalinism or Maoism or Castroism or Ba’athism or Chavezism or the Khmer Rouge—only most of it does. And no, New York primary winner Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn’t intend to set up gulags in Alaska. Most so-called democratic socialists—the qualifier affixed to denote that they live in a democratic system and have no choice but to ask for votes—aren’t consciously or explicitly endorsing violence or tyranny. But when they adopt the term “socialism” and the ideas associated with it, they deserve to be treated with the kind of contempt and derision that all those adopting authoritarian philosophies deserve.

But look: Norway!

Socialism is perhaps the only ideology that Americans are asked to judge solely based on its piddling “successes.” Don’t you dare mention Albania or Algeria or Angola or Burma or Congo or Cuba or Ethiopia or Laos or Somalia or Vietnam or Yemen or, well, any other of the dozens of other inconvenient places socialism has been tried. Not when there are a handful of Scandinavian countries operating generous welfare-state programs propped up by underlying vibrant capitalism and natural resources.

Of course, socialism exists on a spectrum, and even if we accept that the Nordic social-program experiments are the most benign iteration of collectivism, they are certainly not the only version. Pretending otherwise would be like saying, “The police state of Singapore is more successful than Denmark. Let’s give it a spin.”

It turns out, though, that the “Denmark is awesome!” talking point is only the second most preposterous one used by socialists. It goes something like this: If you’re a fan of “roads, schools, libraries and such,” although you may not even be aware of it, you are also a supporter of socialism.

This might come as a surprise to some, but every penny of the $21,206 spent in Ocasio-Cortez’s district each year on each student, rich or poor, is provided with the profits derived from capitalism. There is no welfare system, no library that subsists on your good intentions. Having the state take over the entire health care system could rightly be called a socialistic endeavor, but pooling local tax dollars to put books in a building is called local government.

It should also be noted that today’s socialists get their yucks by pretending collectivist policies only lead to innocuous outcomes like local libraries. But for many years they were also praising the dictators of Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the nation’s most successful socialist, isn’t merely impressed with the goings-on in Denmark. Not very long ago, he lauded Hugo Chavez’s Venezuela as an embodiment of the “American dream,” even more so than the United States.

Socialists like to blame every inequity, the actions of every greedy criminal, every downturn and every social ill on the injustice of capitalism. But none of them admit that capitalism has been the most effective way to eliminate poverty in history. Today, in former socialist states like India, there have been big reductions in poverty thanks to increased capitalism. In China, where communism sadly still deprives more than a billion people of their basic rights, hundreds of millions benefit from a system that is slowly shedding socialism. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the extreme poverty rate in the world has been cut in half. And it didn’t happen because Southeast Asians were raising the minimum wage.

In the United States, only 5 percent of people are even aware that poverty has fallen in the world, according to the Gapminder Foundation, which is almost certainly in part due to the left’s obsession with “inequality” and normalization of “socialism.” Nearly half of American millennials would rather live in a socialist society than in a capitalist one, according to a YouGov poll. That said, only 71 percent of those asked were able to properly identify either. We can now see the manifestation of this ignorance in our elections and The View co-host Joy Behar.

But if all you really champion are some higher taxes and more generous social welfare, stop associating yourself with a philosophy that usually brings destitution and death. Call it something else. If not, McCain has every right to associate you with the ideology you embrace.

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PARENTS: Babysitters Sent To Prison For ‘Sadistic’ Sexual Assault Of Toddler

Murder Baby Sitters

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. — The mother of a toddler whose babysitters repeatedly sexually assaulted the child told a judge Wednesday that her daughter still has nightmares.

She talks about “monsters,” said her mother, who sobbed in front of a federal judge and questioned how anyone could commit such crimes.

As a mother, she feels like a failure, said the woman, whose name was not released to protect the identity of her daughter, who was 17 months old when the crimes were discovered.

For two months in early 2017 the child’s babysitters, Justin Crandall, 30, and his 28-year-old wife, Jessica Crandall, committed what Judge Thomas McAvoy of U.S. District Court in Binghamtom described as “sadistic” abusive acts.

“There are few things worse than the sadistic abuse of a child,” McAvoy said in court. “And in your case, there seemed few things that were off limits.”

He sentenced Justin Crandall to 50 years in federal prison. Jessica Crandall received 25 years in prison.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Miroslav Lovric, who sought a 90-year prison sentence for the Crandalls, argued the victim endured physical and psychological trauma that likely has scarred her for life.

Since Justin Crandall’s methamphetamine addiction fueled the crimes along with Jessica Crandall’s inability to distance herself from an abusive relationship and her own substance-abuse problems, 15-year prison terms would have been appropriate, the couple’s defense teams countered.

The investigation began Feb. 11, 2017, after a witness reported receiving an image depicting a female toddler engaged in a sex act, which Justin Crandall had sent via cellphone.

FBI and state police investigators searched the Crandall home in Sidney, N.Y., about 135 miles northwest of New York City, and investigators found sexually explicit videos and images on the phone.

The child’s mother also told police that she noticed changes in her daughter’s behavior along with unexplained injuries. The Crandalls had been babysitting the child since around Thanksgiving 2016.

Despite a chaotic childhood, Justin Crandall had no history of past violent behavior or other red flags common among sex offenders, Courtenay McKeon, assistant federal public defender, said Wednesday.

The meth addiction so affected his mind that she said it steered him to commit the crimes and draw his wife into it.

“No one is disputing that what Justin did is terribly serious,” McKeon said in court. “What happened here is so aberrational from the way Justin has lived his life. He clearly needs some type of mental-health help and substance-abuse treatment.”

Although Justin Crandall’s drug problems were well documented, his choices to victimize someone incapable of doing anything for herself were so inhuman that it’s difficult for anyone to comprehend, said Lovric, the prosecutor.

Lovric described some of the crimes captured on video as “nothing but torture.”

“Every so often, there are really bad people who do evil crimes,” Lovric said. “I don’t think this defendant is evil … but this defendant did some evil acts.”

In October, Justin Crandall pleaded guilty to three felony counts of sexual exploitation of a child.

Given a chance to speak Wednesday, Justin Crandall apologized to the victim’s mother, who left the courtroom sobbing before he could finish his statement.

“I take full responsibility and accountability for my actions,” he said. “I’ve already been sentenced to life. There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think about the damage I’ve done to my victim.”

Jessica Crandall, who pleaded guilty to felony counts of conspiracy to sexually exploit a child and sexual exploitation of a child, showed little emotion at Wednesday’s sentencing. She sat in a chair, staring blankly at the defense table while her lawyer urged leniency.

Defense lawyer Kimberly Zimmer told McAvoy that her client had defense for this type of crime and knows what she did was wrong.

“She is not the same as Justin Crandall,” Zimmer said. “She is a person worth saving.”

The couple had three children together, all of whom are in the care of another family member.

In a statement that her lawyer read, Jessica Crandall expressed remorse for her crime: “There are so many things I wish I could go back and change.”

Investigators did not have enough evidence to determine that Jessica Crandall participated in all of the abusive acts, but the prosecution held that she ignored every opportunity to stop it.

Jessica Crandall had once replied to her husband’s text message, saying she wasn’t stupid enough to leave any marks on the toddler, Lovric said.

Before handing down Jessica Crandall’s 25-year sentence, McAvoy told her that he was satisfied she was capable of child abuse without her husband’s influence.

Then McAvoy left her with a message to contemplate during her time behind bars: “You did not care for the child’s well-being, you only cared for yourself.”

The victim’s mother had been visibly distraught during the roughly two hours of sentencing proceedings.

But after hearing the penalties for Justin and Jessica Crandall, her face bore an  expression of relief.

, Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin

 

THE DISGRACE OF DARTMOUTH : Mark Bray Interview “Antifa: the Anti-Fascist Handbook”

Mark Bray on the Role of the Antifa Movement

Mark Bray talked about his book on the “antifa” movement, Antifa: the Anti-Fascist Handbook and the movement’s role in recent protests. “Antifa” is an abbreviation for “anti-fascists” and refers to anti-fascist groups and individuals whose political beliefs tend to be more liberal than the Democratic Party as a whole and who are focused on fighting “far-right” ideology.

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TRAVEL ALERT: SHARKS New Interactive Map Will Show You Where They Are

Travel Alert Sharks

If Shark Week has you wondering whether you should stay out of the water, a shark map from Oceana may be just what you need.

The international ocean conservation and advocacy organization created the new interactive map with animated shark tracks and commercial fishing activity along the East Coast.

Oceana worked with the company Beneath the Waves, the University of Miami Rosentiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and others to build the map.

The new map shows the movements of 45 tagged sharks overlaid with commercial fishing activity.

PREVENTING SHARK ATTACKS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

“As people celebrate Shark Week, it’s important to remember that sharks are under threat,” Beth Lowell, senior campaign director at Oceana, said in a news release.

The shark map (Oceana)

“Using interactive tools like Global Fishing Watch, paired with tagged wildlife data, we can learn more about how commercial fishing impacts these animals. Oceana hopes to expand this initiative by collaborating with other researchers who are interested in sharing their marine wildlife tagging data,” Lowell continued, according to the News & Observer.

Two children were bitten by sharks off Long Island last week: one victim, a 12-year old girl, was in waist-deep water when it happened; the other, a 13-year-old boy, was boogie boarding at the time.

DO BLUE SHARKS ATTACK HUMANS?

Those shark attacks were the first reported since 1931 in the New York City metropolitan area.

The Oceana map tracks a range of sharks, including blue sharks, tiger sharks and shortfin mako sharks.

“Many species of large sharks remain highly vulnerable throughout our oceans, and the integration provided here highlights the magnitude of threats they face,” project leader Austin Gallagher, chief scientist and CEO of Beneath the Waves, said in the Oceana release.

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Special-ed Students Suffer In NYC Because of Mayor

Eva Moskowitz

Mayor de Blasio hates the Success Academy charter schools so much that his minions are even taking it out on Success kids who need special education.

The ugly facts are laid out in a new suit the network just filed on behalf of six parents whose children were unfairly denied the extra help they’re legally entitled to.

De Blasio’s Department of Education, argues the suit, discriminates against these students by making them wait to get the help they deserve — or denying them support altogether.

Officials delay action by requiring additional consent forms from parents, taking their time before putting requests for service into the city’s tracking system and scheduling parent meetings at inconvenient times.

Indeed, the agency processes only 3 percent of Success parents’ special-ed applications within the legally required 60-day timeframe — vs. 66 percent of requests for regular public-school students.

A Success student waits an average 162 days for a response. One was held up for an outrageous 653 days; another, whose parents feared he had dyslexia, was initially denied services and had to repeat a grade as he waited almost two school years before DOE finally gave the green light for help, Chalkbeat reports.

And some kids might never get help, even if they need it: In the 2016-17 school year, Success says, the agency deemed just 40 percent of the kids it referred to DOE eligible for support, yet it OK’d 80 percent of students from traditional public schools in the same area.

“Neglecting children in this way is a disgrace,” Success CEO Eva Moskowitz says. “Deliberately denying a child the educational support he needs simply because of the school he attends is reprehensible.”

De Blasio long has opposed charters (especially Success Academy, since Moskowitz is his long-time nemesis), and he moved to squeeze SA the minute he took office. When Albany pushed back, he claimed to change his tune, vowing to treat charter kids as fairly as all other public-school kids.

Alas, over the 4 ½ years that followed, he failed to show he meant it.

Now, new Chancellor Richard Carranza has offered another olive branch, openly admitting “charter schools are public schools.” If Carranza truly wants to forge a new path, he can start by ending DOE’s discrimination against Success’ special-ed kids. Even if de Blasio can’t let go of his grudge with Moskowitz, it’s beyond cruel to make kids pay the price.

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My Interview With VICE News And How They Disrespected All Law Enforcement

VICE News Fail

I was interviewed by Tess Owen of VICE News about my keynote talk at the FBINAA National Conference on Radical Left-Wing Gangs in America .

There were a number of failures on the reporter’s part:

  1. Owen stated that I have been talking about this issue since the 1970s and 1980s. I graduated from high school in 1977.
  2. Never once did she mention that for over 10 years I have been a federal law enforcement instructor for the USDOJ HIDTA program, and various state agencies. or my training at FLETC and NATO.
  3. Never said this, “In his mind, the growth of right-wing extremism is a form of fake news. The numbers, however, don’t square with Yeager’s version of reality.” WRONG! Most hate crimes tracked by the USDOJ are anti-Semitism by leftists.
  4. Never said this, “But Yeager thinks the emphasis on right-wing extremism is misplaced. “There is no uptick in white supremacy violence,” Yeager told VICE News. “That’s a statistical inaccuracy.”
  5. Never said this, “but after years of having his warnings fall on deaf ears, he now believes he has the Bureau’s attention.”
  6. Never said this, “We have an uptick in left-wing domestic terrorist groups. I talked about this in the early 2000s, and the response I got originally on a federal level was, ‘They’re tree-huggers; they won’t hurt anyone’,” Yeager said. “Nobody was listening. And then, all of a sudden in the last year of the Obama administration, I got a call from the Justice Department asking me to do training again.”
  7. Never said this, “In 2016, during the presidential election season and the same year Yeager says he got a call from Obama’s DOJ, federal authorities started warning state and local officials about the rise in far-left activity, according to internal documents obtained by Politico.”
  8. Never said this, “Antifa is the new face on a thing Yeager has been warning the FBI about for years.”
  9. “Yeager presented on “politically Leftist Domestic Terrorism,” focusing specifically on the WRONG!  veteran advocacy group ActUp to fight the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, PETA, and Black Lives Matter.”

Dem candidate gave millions groups advocating for taxing families for ‘irresponsible breeding’

Scott Wallace

Scott Wallace, a liberal millionaire candidate running for Congress in Pennsylvania, has given millions of dollars to so-called population control groups.

Such groups have advocated for taxing parents “to the hilt” for having more than two children, calling it “irresponsible breeding,” and said abortion is “a highly effective weapon” to combat overpopulation.

Wallace, grandson of a former vice president who’s running as a Democrat in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District against Republican incumbent Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, has used the Wallace Global Fund to give out nearly $7 million to population control groups since 1997.

Zero Population Growth (ZPG) was among the organizations that received the money from the fund. According to public records, it received $420,000 between 1997 and 2003.

“No responsible family should have more than two children.”

– Zero Population Growth, a group that received funding from Scott Wallace.

The group, shortly after being founded in 1968, released a brochure advocating abortion to stabilize population growth and claimed that “no responsible family should have more than two children.” To deal with larger families, it also called for families to be “taxed to the hilt” for “irresponsible breeding.”

Paul Ehrlich, who co-founded the ZPG, once called abortion “a highly effective weapon in the armory of population control.” The goal of the organization, which changed its name to Population Connection in 2002, has remained the same since its inception, arguing that the world needs to contain population growth with particular emphasis on American families.

Wallace’s fund also gave $20,000 in 2010 to the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy (CASSE), a group that sees the economic growth as undesirable and instead supports an economy with “stable or mildly fluctuating levels” and a society where birth rates equal death rates.

The organization openly supports zero population growth and its executive board member, Herman Daly, advocated issuing reproduction licenses, allowing women to have only two children, unless they buy the license for more children from other women. Daly called it the “best plan yet offered” to limit population growth.

Zoe Wilson-Meyer, communications director for Wallace’s campaign, didn’t answer Fox News’ questions on whether Wallace still supports the ideas expressed by the groups.

“The Wallace Global Fund has for decades been a leader in helping women gain access to family planning.

The revelations of the foundation’s donations come as Wallace faces continuing criticism over past funding activities. The foundation reportedly donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to anti-Israel groups that support a boycott of the Jewish State. Local Democratic groups in the state expressed deep concern about the donations, but have since endorsed Wallace after he renounced the donations made in the name of his family’s fund.

Fox News previously reported that Wallace was also a key financier of the Center for Constitutional Rights’ efforts to represent alleged terrorists in the Guantanamo Bay just after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

“Just after 9/11 many were afraid of the work the Center was doing,” Vince Warren, executive director of the group, told Wallace’s alma mater’s Haverford Magazine in 2009, adding that funding the center’s work was difficult. “And yet H. Scott Wallace ’73 of the Wallace Global Fund, stepped up and helped.”

The race in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District is among the most high-stakes election in the country in the upcoming midterms. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) added Wallace’s candidacy to its “Red to Blue” program aimed at flipping the district.

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