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Girlfriend of Man Shot Dead After Stealing Police Weapon Charged for Allegedly Burning Down Wendy’s in Atlanta

Brooks’ side piece is accused of arson.

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29-year old Natalie White has been taken into police custody after being identified as a suspect accused of burning down a Wendy’s after the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, Ga. on June 12.

White was allegedly the girlfriend of Brooks before he was shot to death after stealing a taser from a cop and fleeing arrest. An arrest warrant was issued for White on June 20, and she surrendered herself to authorities on Tuesday afternoon.

Brooks had told police shortly before his death that he was picking up food for his girlfriend, who he identified as White. Even though he was married to Tomika Miller, he was apparently seeing White on the side. Miller was at his funeral mourning him while White was being processed at the jail.

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White’s attorney Drew Findling confirms that his client and Brooks had a very close relationship, but remained adamant that she did not burn down the Wendy’s that called the police on Brooks after he passed out drunk in their parking lot.

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“She is absolutely not responsible,” Findling said, claiming that the restaurant was already on fire by the time she arrived on the scene.

Even though Brooks resisted arrest, stole a taser and pointed it at a cop before his shooting, both of the police officers involved in the exchange were charged in a blatant miscarriage of justice meant to appease the Black Lives Matter terror mob.

Big League Politics reported on how Atlanta cops were walking off the job last week after news of the charges was announced:

A considerable element of the Atlanta Police Department are leaving their posts in the wake of the controversial criminal charges filed against Officer Garrett Rolfe, who was recently fired from the department after a shooting of a man many are claiming was legally justified.

Rolfe shot and killed Rayshard Brooks when attempting to arrest the 27-year old for suspicion of driving under the influence. The latter had resisted arrest and taken Officer Rolfe’s taser device, deploying it against him as he fled the police before being shot.

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard announced that he would prosecute Rolfe on felony murder charges with the possibility of the death penalty on Wednesday. However, some Georgia law enforcement point to the shooting as a justified use of force, with Burke County Sheriff Alfonzo Williams pointing to the incident as a justified shooting after the suspect used the taser against police officers.

After charges were announced, reports indicated that a sizable contingent of Atlanta Police Department personnel have walked off the job in protest of the Fulton County District Attorney’s decision to press charges against Rolfe.

Big League Politics will report as White is put on trial for allegedly starting the fire at the Wendy’s.

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Judge Dismisses Transgender Woman’s “Discrimination” Lawsuit Against Miss USA Pageant

Miss USA remains a pageant for biological females only.

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Last Thursday a federal judge dismissed a transgender woman’s lawsuit that accused the Miss USA pageant of discrimination.

Anita Noelle Green is a biological male who claimed that “she” had a right to participate in the pageant’s competitions, but US District Judge Michael W. Mosman found that the law is not on “her” side.

Judge Mosman ruled that Miss United States of America LLC, a private corporation, cannot be forced to violate its mission of promoting “natural-born” females.

“I view it as an association that cannot under the Constitution be required to allow plaintiff to participate in what defendant says is a contradiction of that message,” he said.

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Green competed in the 2018 Miss Montana pageant and won the 2019 Miss Earth Elite Oregon competition—but Miss USA denied “her” application. Green’s lawyer attempted to argue that the Miss USA corporation is predominately a commercial business that’s granted “minimal protection,” not a First Amendment-protected “expressive association.”

Judge Mosman, however, disagreed and found the pageant corporation to be a predominately expressive association, meaning that it is engaged in expressive activity and promotes a message.

In related news, Big League Politics recently covered Sen. Rand Paul’s confrontation with transgender HHS nominee Rachel Levine about “her” unwillingness to say that minors shouldn’t be bypassing their parents and making their own decisions about transitioning:

At Thursday’s Senate confirmation hearings, Sen. Rand Paul confronted Rachel Levine, a transgender doctor and Biden’s Assistant HHS Secretary nominee, asking if “she” supports minors overriding their parents on transitioning to the opposite sex.

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Levine’s response was as follows: “Senator, transgender medicine is a very complex and nuanced field, and if confirmed to the position of Assistant Secretary of Health, I would certainly be pleased to come to your office and talk with you and your staff about the standards of care…”

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