North Carolina Pussy State
2021-02-21 00:50:46 UTC
City of Durham Senior City Attorney Current
NC WARN Board Member Current
Sherri is responsible for Eno Commons, "Paradise for Children"
who "learn what they live".
Frank Lombard, 42, is the associate director of the Center for
Health Policy at Duke University where he does a lot of patients-
with-HIV/AIDS research and brings in grant money: for example,
$4 million in 2007. He also teaches undergraduate courses, as
listed for 2009, including ?Introduction to the United States
Health Care System? and ?Health Policy Analysis.?
Lombard lives at the Eno Commons with his partner Ken Shipp, a
pharmacist who also works at Duke doing HIV/AIDS research. Eno
Commons is a cohousing neighborhood in Durham, which was
developed by lesbian activist Sherri Zann Rosenthal, also the
assistant city attorney for Durham.
Associate director of Duke University's Center for Health Policy,
Frank Lombard, was recently arrested by the FBI and charged
with offering up his adopted 5-year-old African American son
for sex to an undercover cop. Lombard admitted to molesting his
own adopted son to the undercover officer in an online chat room
under the user name "Perv Dad for Fun". He invited the under
cover officer to travel to North Carolina to rape his already-
adopted son. Lombard faces 20 years in prison if convicted but is
not eligible for the death penalty.
Lombard bragged to the detective that the abuse of the child was
easier when the child was too young to talk or know what was
happening, but that he had drugged the child with Benadryl
during the molestation, according to the detectives affidavit.
Lombard is gay and adopted the two children together with his
partner. He lists himself as a fan of controversial gay Bishop
Gene Robinson on his facebook page.
"North Carolina Republicans sent Senator Burr to the United
States Senate to uphold the Constitution and his vote today to
convict in a trial that he declared unconstitutional is shocking
and disappointing," he said in a statement.
Meet the socialists behind NC's newest radical Left coalition
NC United for Survival and Beyond is a new Leftist coalition
with frighteningly radical demands
The coalition includes influential groups like NCAE, North
Carolina AFL-CIO and William Barbers Poor Peoples Campaign
For more context, its important to learn the key players behind
the group, which includes George Soros money and avowed
The Infrastructure Backed by George Soros
Support for helping to organize the NC United coalition is
coming from a group called the Southern Vision Alliance (SVA).
When visitors click to sign on to the NC Uniteds platform, they
are directed to a sign-in page run by SVA.
SVA describes itself as: an anchor for frontline groups and
leaders to disrupt and transform power for collective
Parroting the current zeitgeist of their fellow revolutionaries,
SVA further states that they believe that current conditions
are rooted in the legacies of colonialism, slavery, white
supremacy, patriarchy, and capitalist exploitation.
One of their statements is particularly troubling: We reject
the right of the state to decide what is, and what is not,
Translation: We are the mob. We make the rules. If we want to
destroy property in the name of protest, we will.
We will get to some of SVAs other key players that are also
involved in NC United momentarily, but it is worthwhile to
mention that Durham Council member and Mayor Pro Tem Jillian
Johnson sits on the board at SVA, and formerly served as the
groups director of operations.
Unsurprisingly, SVAs annual report reveals that the group
receives institutional support from some very radical, far-
left organizations, including:
George Soros Open Society Foundation
The Ford Foundation
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
NC Uniteds Key Players Linked with Violent Mobs
NC United publicly emerged on the scene in April of this year,
with a protest outside the home of state Senate leader Phil
Bergers house. From the news account of the incident we learn
one person was arrested and also the names of three important
players in NC Uniteds efforts.
Loan Tran, the person arrested at the Berger protest, is a co-
executive director of SVA, with a past of openly declaring
their (Trans preferred pronoun) desire to implement full-
blown socialism in America. Tran is active with the Durham
branch of the Workers World Party (WWP), a group created in 1954
and described as one of the most hardcore Marxist organizations
of any consequence in the US.
Tran spoke at the 2015 WWP convention in New York, where they
declared their passion to fight side by side with comrades
who understand the necessity of a working-class struggle.
At the 2016 Left Forum, Tran expressed an admiration for those
who fight for a revolutionary solution, socialism.
Tran was also arrested as part of the mob in Durham in 2017 that
tore down a statue commemorating confederate soldiers who had
died in the Civil War. Tran was charged with two felonies
related to inciting and participating in a riot that damaged
property. The charges were later dropped.
In the tweet below, Tran favorably quotes Vladimir Lenin, the
mass-murdering Russian dictator responsible for the murder and
starvation of millions of his own people. One tends to question
the sincerity of an activist decrying police brutality who
admiringly quotes a dictator who created a political police
force that brutally murdered thousands of people for the crime
of speaking out against the regime.
Elena Everett is the executive director of SVA and was also a
ringleader of the protest outside Bergers house. Everett is
likewise a member of the Workers World Party and serves on the
board of Blueprint NC. Everett was also arrested with Tran at
the 2017 Durham statue incident.
Everetts history of socialist activism dates back to her time
at NC State University, and also includes a stint as state chair
of the NC Green Party. Everett also spent time as the
communications director of the Southern Coalition for Social
Justice, a group that has led the charge against North
Carolinas common-sense voter ID laws.
Juan Miranda is the bilingual project coordinator at SVA and was
quoted at the Berger protest discussing some of the protestors
demands, which included Medicaid expansion including to
illegal immigrants as well as ending all collaboration with
Miranda was a proposed feature speaker of the Socialism 2018
conference and is an organizer with a group called Down Home
North Carolina, a self-described rural socialist organization.
As if the profiles of these key players werent evidence enough
of the socialist goals of NC United, consider that the coalition
includes the Raleigh and Piedmont chapters of the Democratic
Socialists of America.
Legislators React to NC United, Some Ignore
Civitas reached out to several North Carolina state legislative
leaders to gauge their reaction to NC Uniteds agenda.
This agenda is so extreme as to be laughable. Unfortunately, it
appears that Democrats are increasingly latching on to these
dangerous ideas, replied Andrew Dunn, spokesman for the Dan
Forest for Governor campaign.
This radical agenda is sadly the direction the formerly
mainstream Democratic Party is moving in. Its a dangerous new
order that frees criminals from prison while demanding harsh
consequences for those who dare disagree with the mob, said Pat
Ryan, spokesman for Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger.
The offices of House Speaker Tim Moore, House Democratic Leader
Darren Jackson, Senate Democratic Leader Dan Blue and Governor
Roy Cooper did not respond to our request for comment.
NC United for Survival and Beyonds extreme agenda becomes less
surprising when you understand just how radical the people
organizing the coalition are. Make no mistake, hidden behind the
veneer of pleasantries like social justice and equity is a
group of dedicated and committed socialists.
The term socialist is all too easily cast around these days,
often misapplied to anyone a conservative disagrees with. That
is not the case here.
The organizers of NC United are telling us they are socialists.
They are not making any attempt to hide it. Their goal is
nothing short of a complete overthrow of the capitalist system
based on private property rights.
North Carolinians need to be aware of who is driving the
progressive agenda, in order to get a better understanding of
what the Left really wants in our state.