fter 11 hours of deliberation, an Idaho jury has found disgraced ex-Idaho GOP state lawmaker Aaron von Ehlinger guilty of raping a 19-year-old intern last year after a dinner date.
The decision followed a lurid three-day trial during which von Ehlinger vehemently disputed the allegations, insisting the encounter had been consensual. But even though his accuser, who testified under the pseudonym Jane Doe, fled the courtroom part way through her emotional testimony, the jury was able to hear powerful testimony from Doe’s mother, as well as a hospital nurse who examined Doe in the aftermath of the attack.
So, it appears we have learned some thangs about 23-year-old Isaiah Lee, the gun-like knife-wielding man who tackled Dave Chappelle during a set at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles as part of the “Netflix Is A Joke Fest” on Tuesday night and got himself beat TF up for it.
As we previously reported, Lee is an aspiring rapper who goes by NoName_Trapper on social media. He has recorded a number of tracks including one titled “Dave Chappelle” and a separate song in which he rapped about, “Walkin’ straight into da Bowl,” which definitely sounds like a reference to the Hollywood Bowl where the WWFail took place. (For those too young to get that reference, the WWE used to be called the WWF. Now take your a** to school.)
We also reported that Lee recorded a song called “Maga My N***a” that revealed the wannabe rapper and wannabe competent tackler is a Black conservative Trump-humper.
Confederate flags pop up on West Virginia high schoolers' cars after fellow student calls out use of the N-word
On Tuesday, local West Virginia news station WJLA reported that Skyla Nelson, a high schooler at the East Hardy High School in Baker, West Virginia, is attempting to call attention to racism at her school.
However, other students are retaliating with even more grandiose displays of racism.
"On the last week of school before this year’s summer break at East Hardy High School students started showing up for class flying the confederate flag in the back of their pick-up trucks," reported Scott Taylor. "Nelson believes the flags are a result of her conducting her own investigation into the use of the n-word by students at East Hardy."