She’s not sorry for stealing Liberty.
The Staten Island woman who scaled the Statue of Liberty on July 4 — putting emergency responders at risk and forcing tourists and New Yorkers off the icon on one of its busiest days — showed no remorse Thursday as the feds hit her with criminal charges.
But she showed no regret for stomping all over the Independence Day of thousands of Liberty Island visitors, saying the only reason she would not do it again is because a federal magistrate judge ordered her not to.
“We will defend to the teeth her right to protest family separations,” said Rhiya Trivedi, an associate at the Law Office of Ronald L. Kuby, in an interview.
“Sometimes the pursuit of justice demands that we transcend the law,” Trivedi said Thursday.
In other words, break any laws you see fit for your agenda.
George Soros funds movements to disrupt communities – Washington Times
How are illegal immigrants organized so quickly and young voters corralled overnight to demand open borders?
Where did the saturation of transgender and pansexual ideology come from? How is it possible that Black Lives Matter seems to be everywhere?
Or that the call for pot legalization is sweeping the nation?
Or that there is an international movement for globalization simultaneously occurring in countries around the world?
Follow the money — the George Soros money through his Open Society Foundation.
Okoumou pleaded not guilty at a court hearing where she was treated like a rock star by a courtroom packed with supporters wearing pro-immigration T-shirts who crowded the courtroom.
Okoumou blew kisses and waved to the crowd, prompting a man to shout, “We love you!” while other attendees hooted and hollered.
The love fest continued outside as Okoumou quoted former first lady Michelle Obama while wearing a T-shirt that read: “White Supremacy is Terrorism.”
“Michele Obama, our beloved first lady that I care so much about, said when they go low, we go high.
And I went as high as I could,” Okoumou said to applause and laughter.
This invader has been nothing but a drain on our legal system, a soros puppet…….
Okoumou has a history of legal battles……
She was arrested in August 2017 on charges of trespassing, obstruction of government administration and misdemeanor assault during a demonstration against the New York Department of Labor, the Daily News reported.
In 2009, Okoumou won $1,500 in a racial discrimination lawsuit against County Recovery, a towing company in Staten Island. Two years earlier, she lost a human rights complaint against a Staten Island group home, the newspaper reported.
In 2003, she filed a wrongful-termination lawsuit against Safe Horizons, a home for battered women. Okoumou charged racial discrimination in her complaint.
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