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Jeremiah Harris, the star of the Netflix docuseries “Cheer,” has been hit with new indictments stemming from his sexual abuse of over a dozen boys, some as young as 13.

Harris, a male cheerleader who is an open and proud homosexual, is a media darling that in early 2020 was dubbed the “gay black icon we need” by Black Entertainment Television (BET). The media has also represented Harris as an intersectional hero, trailblazing on behalf of “black queer athletes.”

Last September, police arrested Harris for his aggressive grooming of young boys, both over the internet and at cheerleading events. The FBI was compelled to act after the fed up parents of 13-year-old twins who were being abused by Harris filed a civil lawsuit.

His newest charges stem from him admitting to investigators that he had sodomized a 15-year-old boy while working as a coach for Cheer Athletics in 2019.

Cheerleading has always been perceived as one of the most “gay-friendly” athletic activities. The lawsuit against Harris asserts that sexual abuse is rife in the sport and that there is no oversight or background checks done on men working with youth in the industry.

“Cheer” was awarded several Emmys after Harris was arrested and the full extent of his predatory behavior was known. For the TV and movie industry, the LGBT propaganda value of “Cheer” appears to outweigh the negative publicity that often accompanies molesting children. In 2003, director Roman Polanski won an Oscar for the Holocaust film The Pianist, even though Polanski is a fugitive from the law who drugged and raped a little girl in 1977.

Harris was ordered jailed until trial by Judge Heather McShain.

(Republished from National Justice by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. My name is Edward Manfredonia.

    In 1972 I spoke to a reporter at The New York Times. I told her that America’s most famous musician had sex with an underage African-American youth. I provided the name of the teenager. I also provided the reporter with information concerning the rigging of the prices of old master paintings- including 10% kickbacks.

    The New York Times did nothing- even after I had offered to provide the female reporter with the names of my sources.

    IN 2009 a Wall Street millionaire, who had admitted to rape, even had one of his girlfriends call me and tell me that the New York County District District Attorney would never investigate him. The girlfriend, with her prominent Wall Street millionaire boyfriend on the other landline phone, told me that Jeffrey Epstein had been protected by the same District Attorney.

    After I, Edward Manfredonia, had appeared in the 26 April 1999 BusinessWeek cover story, “Scandal On Wall Street,” I was contacted by several individuals about James Levine, who later admitted to molesting a young boy, Ashok Pai. These women told me about Levine. Even when I would use a law library circa 2010 I was repeatedly told that James Levine had molested young boys. (This has been known.)

    Ashok Pai contacted The New York Times and The New York Times refused to investigate Ashok Pai’s charge that he had been molested.

    When I spoke to Sydney Schanberg, a great reporter, he told me how he had been fired for writing an Op-Ed against Westway. Why was he fired? According to Schanberg, friends of the Sulzbergers had purchased land where Westway was to be constructed and the Sulzbergers had been influenced by their friends. (I do not know if unz.com has published the explanation for Schanberg’s termination.)

    I went to The New York Times with my information that the FBI had allowed drug smuggling by Wall Street millionaires. The New York Times refused to even listen to me. Some of the material was published in The Black Star News with much emendation; but only after the Publisher’s wife had left The Black Star News.

    wallstreetcrusader48.wordpress.com

    Thank you.

    • Thanks: mark green, Parsnipitous
  2. Trinity says:

    When did people start equating male cheerleaders as athletes or for that matter when did people even assume female cheerleaders were athletes? Are cheerleaders more athletic than 300lb couch potatoes or 119 Antifa rejects? Probably. And the dudes have to be strong enuff to lift a 115lb chick above their heads, but “athletes?” My gawd, we live in a world of underachievers when a cheerleader, male or female is considered an athlete.

    I am sure this story will be looped on CNN 24/7 though, and look for Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper to be all over it.

    IF a homosexual rapes a heterosexual can that be considered a “hate crime?” Well it very well should be.

    • Agree: R.G. Camara
  3. Rosie says:
    @Trinity

    My gawd, we live in a world of underachievers when a cheerleader, male or female is considered an athlete.

    The petty crap right-wingers find to get worked up about never ceases to amaze.

    Yes, it is as reasonable to call a cheerleader as a gymnast or figure skater an “athlete.” All of these might be more properly called performing artists, but whatever. Let them call themselves what they like.

  4. Trinity says:
    @Rosie

    A cheerleaders cheers for athletes. Comprende? A gymnast and a figure skater are indeed athletes, hell, IMO, a gymnast is the truest definition of an athlete with the possible exception of a decathlete or a heptathlete. No one is getting worked up except for you. Are you a male or female cheerleader? teehee. Comparing a gymnast to some cheerleader who can perform a backflip is a like comparing a donkey to Secretariat.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  5. Rosie says:
    @Trinity

    A cheerleaders cheers for athletes. Comprende?

    Except that cheerleading has changed from the good ole days of waving pom poms and looking pretty.

    Comparing a gymnast to some cheerleader who can perform a backflip is a like comparing a donkey to Secretariat.

    If you can do a backflip, you’re a gymnast.

    And no, I’m not a cheerleader.

  6. aname says:

    [6] And he that shal scandalize one of these little ones that beleeve in me, it is expedient for him that a milstone be hanged about his neck, and that he be drowned in the depth of the sea. [Matthew 18:6]

  7. Cheerleading has always been perceived as one of the most “gay-friendly” athletic activities.

    Yep. George W Bush was a cheerleader at Philips Academy. He was the “Head Cheerleader,” in fact. Of course, Reagan, Eisenhower and FDR were cheerleaders as well. Just sayin’…

    • LOL: Trinity
    • Replies: @goldgettin
    , @ken
    , @Jamesburg
  8. @Rosie

    ‘Except that cheerleading has changed from the good ole days of waving pom poms and looking pretty…’

    So I gathered from the story.

    • LOL: Realist, Happy Tapir
  9. @Trinity

    Try some of their easier moves.

    If you do not succeed, shut up.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  10. @Twodees Partain

    Wow,the minutia. The ignorance is astounding.
    Is it cheering, athletics or
    sick/twisted people abusing children?
    No wonder this country is going down.
    We’re #1 in alcoholism,anti-depressants,suicide,obesity.
    It must have something to do with race or religion or something political.

  11. Renoman says:

    We are doomed! Rancid freaks roam free and brag about it and we just shrug.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  12. Pericles says:
    @Rosie

    All of these might be more properly called performing artists

    Just like mimes and clowns, come to think of it.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  13. Trinity says:
    @but an humble craftsman

    Well I was capable of performing a standing backflip in my forties despite weighing over 200lbs. I could dunk a basketball despite being only a hair over 5’10” when I was younger. And I think even at nearly 60 years old I could lift a 115lb cheerleader with one arm. Sorry but being a cheerleader wasn’t looked upon as a favorable activity where I grew up. hehe.

    I am sure that if I were younger and devoted some time becoming a “cheerleader”, streamlined my physique a bit, that I would be more than capable of doing what they do. Say what you want, but while some of these cheerleaders might be capable of performing some “athletic moves,” they are NOT athletes. What next. Chess players and gamers are athletes. LMAO.

    IF a heterosexual man becomes a cheerleader it is because he wasn’t good enough to compete at any other sport, was not worthy of being a gymnast due to talent and to be a good gymnast, most of competitors have to be a little on the short side, or the guy might want to cop a feel or try to spend time with the female cheerleaders. I would think that nearly every male cheerleader would be straight considering that would be one of the chief motivators to becoming a male cheerleader.

    • Replies: @botazefa
  14. Trinity says:
    @Renoman

    Not to mention that after this last STOLEN election we are the laughingstock of the world. Sure, this isn’t the first time an election was STOLEN, Kennedy stole the election from Nixon, Dubya Bush and his brother, the Governor of Florida probably helped Dubya claim the one in 2000 IMO, and worthless RINO&WINO (White In Name Only) Mitt Romney was jobbed in his 2012 run against Obammy. Then you had the case of George Wallace and Huey Long being shot, both would have been serious threats to beat the incumbent Presidents at the time. Long was most assuredly a threat to FDR and Wallace was doing very well in his run. Make what you will of those two cases. While Wallace survived, Long was shot dead. But this FRAUD has to be the most embarrassing one of all time. My guess is Trump received the 80 million and Biden would have been lucky to receive 45-50 million votes. Rancid freaks roaming around and molesting boys is just a small part of America’s problems albeit a very disturbing one. IF this clown is convicted, someone like him wouldn’t mind going to prison is my guess, at least not with all the alleged homosexual activity that goes on a place like that. I am wondering what the race of the victims happens to be? IF the victims are Whites, you can expect this one to be buried like all other Black on White violent crimes in no time.

  15. ken says:
    @Twodees Partain

    You’re going back to a period when cheering was a male activity. The guys didn’t bounce around in skimpy outfits, rather their job was to inspire their fans to…cheer. Modern cheerleading may be a sport (I don’t really care what the term is), but its main function is to get men lathered up over suggestive dancing/costumes.

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @Twodees Partain
  16. Trinity says:
    @ken

    Hell, I am out of the loop, I don’t watch negro sports anymore. I was thinking back to those straight looking males who had somewhat muscular builds who hoisted chicks in the air and maybe did a backflip or two. You mean these new cheerleaders, the males that is, are wearing skimpy costumes and dancing? Oh my gawd, how gay has this nation become. I will have to do a search for some recent version of male cheerleading. haha. It was gay enuff back in the day, but from what you have said, it must be like a gay strip club. LMAO. OMG, I just did a search for the NFL first male cheerleaders. GAY. This is nothing like what I had in mind. GAY GAY.

  17. Cohen says:
    @edward manfredonia

    It is pity that you trusted NYTimes Perhaps you were inspired by the movie “Three days of Condor” where a simple threat of going to NYT with information would make the agency think twice. One the other hand there were no alternative media or Citizen Journalism.
    A word of suggestion. Have a secure email like protonmail.com which is in Switzerland, Use TOR internet browser a little secured than the rest, Secure all your private documentation on thumb (two or three and put them in different secure places) drive and nothing on hard drive or cloud or whatever.
    If they come after you it would be hard to hide. It happened to one of my acquaintance. They not only destroyed him but his family life. Good luck

  18. Trinity says:

    Sorry, but I must now admit that those old school male cheerleaders for college teams back in the Seventies and Eighties were indeed athletes when compared for what passes for male cheerleaders of today. My gawd, I had no idea the NFL had male cheerleaders, I haven’t watched the Negro Felon League for three years so I wasn’t aware that it had become such a JOKE. As for what I thought of the video featuring two male cheerleaders for the Rams, in the words of “Men On Film”, “hated it.” teehee.

  19. Jamesburg says:
    @Twodees Partain

    Which George Bush? the idiot one or the senior. LOL

    • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
  20. @edward manfredonia

    I told her that America’s most famous musician had sex with an underage African-American youth.

    Who was it? Leonard Bernstein?

    • Replies: @Jus' Sayin'...
  21. @Magic Dirt Resident

    I told her that America’s most famous musician had sex with an underage African-American youth.

    Who was it? Leonard Bernstein?

    Your guess is like playing darts blindfolded, but six inches away from the dartboard. Bernstein was a notorious pervert and homosexual abuser/rapist. One doesn’t have to “notice” too hard to figure out one or more of the shared characteristics of such men, the magic properties that protect them.

    • Replies: @Happy Tapir
  22. botazefa says:
    @Trinity

    I am sure that if I were younger and devoted some time becoming a “cheerleader”, streamlined my physique a bit, that I would be more than capable of doing what they do

    What you are describing is an athletic endeavor.

    My daughter is in this competitive cheer business. It’s definitely athletic.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  23. Dumbo says:

    So what’s the news? Most homosexuals like young boys, nothing new there.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  24. @Rosie

    If you can do a backflip, you’re a gymnast.

    I’ve only known one guy who would just do spontaneous backflips in the street. And he got an athletic scholarship to Notre Dame, so….

    • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
  25. Trinity says:
    @botazefa

    Cheerleading is fine for girls and I can even admit that those old school male cheerleaders were okay back in the Seventies and Eighties, hell, like I said earlier I did a search for male NFL cheerleaders and saw two gay looking Black guys doing all kinds of gay type of cheering/dancing.

    Like I say, I gave up watching the Negro Felons League long ago, I watch no football, college or high school either, my sons wrestled and played baseball, they never played football. I had no idea that male cheerleaders went from the way I remember them back in the day, YES, I admit they were athletic, to what they are today. My gawd, that shit TODAY IS GAY AS HELL.

    After viewing what passes for male cheerleaders today, I owe the old school male cheerleaders an apology. Good lawd, this country has gone to hell.

    • Agree: Rich
  26. @Jamesburg

    Read the comment carefully, hint: the single middle initial is the clue.

    GWB is not GHWB

  27. @Servant of Gla'aki

    Do they hand out athletic scholarships to cheerleaders?

  28. @SaneClownPosse

    The school I consult for in Texas does. I would imagine that more generally the cheerleading scholarships are determined by the robustness of the college football program.

  29. @Rosie

    Never could make the weight requirement, huh?

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @Rich
  30. @Jus' Sayin'...

    It’s much like the hereditary nobility of anciene regime Europe, isn’t it? They are not subject to the same laws that we are, or at best a diminished version of them. They enjoy many special social privileges(eg admissions to Ivy League schools might be like Eton in Britain) that we little people do not. It’s an interesting parallel.

  31. Rosie says:
    @R.G. Camara

    Never could make the weight requirement, huh?

    Make an argument or STFU, troll.

    Anyway, shouldn’t you be off trying to figure out how you’re going to blame women for the recent goings on? Your anti-woman narrative is on its last legs. You’d better get busy.

    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
    , @R.G. Camara
  32. Rosie says:
    @Pericles

    Just like mimes and clowns, come to think of it.

    That’s funny. I don’t recall ever seeing clowns do this.

    Or this.

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @Jim Christian
  33. Trinity says:
    @Rosie

    Cheerleading is a fine hobby or okay, “sport” for females to become involved in and yes some look like they could have been former gymnasts or have the potential to be gymnasts. I am not even knocking on those old school male cheerleaders from the past who went out there and threw the girls up in the air, etc. Hell, I used to say, damn that wouldn’t be a bad line of “work.” If those guys were straight and many of them at least looked straight back then, I bet they loved to practice.

    But when I clicked on a video on YT titled something like the NFL’s first male cheerleaders, I saw two gay as hell Black dudes doing little gay dances and jumping around like those two guys that played “Men On Film” on that old show, “In Living Color.” Hell, so many of the pro football players are black and a lot them are on the DL so the football players probably liked this idea.

    Point taken, regarding TRUE CHEERLEADERS being athletes. I take that back and I am more than willing to admit that I was wrong. But this new thang about bringing in these gay dudes prancing around is a disgrace to what cheerleading should be about.

  34. @Rosie

    The second picture is a fakerooni, Rosie. The first picture is a snatch-stretching cheerleader training for a free Title IX scholarship because cheer leading was the last place to stash Title IX snatch-stretchers so as not to run afoul of said Title IX. There weren’t any other sports to put them in to even things up. Women’s bowling and softball were all filled up. Turns out they can fill out the quotas awarding cheerleading Title IXs to child-raping homosexuals and trannies, too. Feminism really bent low with cowardice not protesting men stealing hard-won Title IX feminist privilege and Title IXs from women merely by these men announcing they’re women and claiming the bounty. Feminists are cowards, they’re liars and now they’re caught and their cowardice at the collegiate level is costing them big. Best part is the worst of the traitors, white feminists, are finally being called out by the monsters they enabled.

    Pointing out the depravity makes me a proud misogynist. As does the pointing out of all of feminism’s depravities. Yer a real dupe for covering for them, Rosie. In so doing, you sell out your own kind. Happy Virtue Signaling to you.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @Anonymous
  35. @ken

    No, in fact, I’m going back to my school days which preceded W’s days as a cheerleader. In my time at high school, it was common knowledge that the male cheerleader on the squad was a queer. My father told me when I asked him about it that was always the case; he went to school in the 1920s.

    Maybe you’re going back to the Gay Nineties.

  36. @SaneClownPosse

    Do they hand out athletic scholarships to cheerleaders?

    I have no idea; I don’t know any male cheerleaders.

    He got a football scholarship to Notre Dame. He was also capable of doing spontaneous backflips. It’s almost like he had a generalized athletic talent….

  37. @Rosie

    Yeah, you were too tubby.

    And you hated the fact that the skinny minis on the squad got all the boys’ attention.

  38. @Rosie

    Yeah, you were too tubby.

    And you hated the fact that the skinny minis on the squad got all the boys’ attention.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  39. Rosie says:
    @Jim Christian

    Yer a real dupe for covering for them, Rosie. In so doing, you sell out your own kind. Happy Virtue Signaling to you.

    Whom am I “covering for” and how, Jim?

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  40. Rosie says:
    @R.G. Camara

    Yeah, you were too tubby.

    And you hated the fact that the skinny minis on the squad got all the boys’ attention.

    Are you a Jew?

    You argue like one.

    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
  41. @Rosie

    Tubby, please go have some cake.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  42. Rosie says:
    @R.G. Camara

    Mr. Striker, why do you post comments like this? It’s adds nothing to the conversation. It is juvenile taunting and harassment.

  43. Anonymous[943] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Christian

    The second picture is a fakerooni,

    No, it’s not. It’s called a basket toss. I was an acrobatic cheerleader in high school and college and did those, including being the flyer. And that was before the 2006 rule change that banned basket tosses on hard surfaces, which caused a lot of head and spine injuries. It’s really important to be pushed straight up into the air by the basket. The person called the back spot has the job of making sure this happens, so you really have to have confidence in her.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  44. Rich says:
    @R.G. Camara

    Funny thing is in my high school the cheerleading squad became a club for a certain clique of gals, one of which was somewhat overweight. Sure enough at the start of our first game, the chubby teenager bounced out onto the field and the kids in the stands started yelling “fatty, fatty”, causing the poor girl to run off the field in tears. I’m betting she’s still not over it.

    So you’re right, there should be a weight requirement.

  45. Trinity says:

    Way back when I was in high school the girls who were cheerleaders, hell, we damn sure didn’t have dudes that were cheerleaders, were nothing more than the most popular girls for the most part. Talent? These girls received the part because of the way they looked and nothing more. We are talking late Seventies here, so we are going WAY BACK, BACK IN TO TIME, WHERE THE ONLY PEOPLE THAT EXISTED WERE TROGLODYTES, CAVEMEN, NEANDERTHAL, TROGLODYTES…. All those cheerleaders did was jump and down, wave pom poms and jiggle their jiggly parts. No “athletic moves” to speak of. Someone mentioned a heavyset gal was shamed when she made the squad, my guess is that the kids did that shit on purpose. Kids, especially young girls are cruel when it comes to that passive aggressive shit. Hell, you could say that girls and women, and nowadays even men have adopted that sort of Jewy behavior. Totally disgusting to do that to someone. That little bit of fun that those people had will probably be part of that girl’s psyche for years.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  46. Anonymous[318] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dumbo

    So what’s the news? Most homosexuals like young boys, nothing new there.

    In this case it’s not exactly young boys. They were teenagers.

  47. @Anonymous

    13? 13 is a young boy even according to the courts.

  48. @Anonymous

    Scale that pic, the chick is 45 feet in the air.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  49. @Rosie

    You define the words shameless on the one hand, disingenuous on the other Rosie.

  50. Renoman says:

    If someone raped me as a child I’d torture and kill him as a man.

  51. anonymous[171] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jim Christian

    The photo was taken with a wide-angle lens. It’s from Sports Illustrated.

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  52. @anonymous

    The photo was taken with a wide-angle lens. It’s from Sports Illustrated.

    I couldn’t care less if it was taken by King James Bible and signed by the Pope himself. Are you shitting me? We have fat slobs from the girls soccer team projected as kickers in the Pac5 (a BLATANT fraud) who can BARELY clear the crossbar for an extra point 15 yards out, all to glorify the girls. And so SI, that bastion of honor and integrity would NEVER doctor a photo to glorify the girls throwing one of their classmates 40′ in the air, merely to justify full-ride scholarships for snatch-stretching cheerleaders? Again, are you shitting me?

    For fuck-sake, that girl would have needed a PARACHUTE to land uninjured from the height depicted in your photo.

    And you defend this depravity on what grounds, 171? You have a snatch-stretching cheerleader in your past?

  53. @Trinity

    Hell, you could say that girls and women, and nowadays even men have adopted that sort of Jewy behavior.

    Good takes, Trin.. Girls are catty. They lie, they cheat, they recruit friends against their perceived enemies (usually girls, often over boys) at school, oh, it’s a whole thing and they get started in the first grade. Boys duke it out and then forget it and play baseball. Girls? It’s blood. It’s the female condition and it’s WHY the dialog in DC and everywhere really, went to shit the past thirty years since they’re become more ubiquitous in the ruling class.

    Cheerleaders as regards the good looking chicks and their jiggly parts are sort of a symbolism of the spoils of war. Football as played today is a fight for sure, the symbolism being, “we win, we lay your women”. Don’t knock cheerleaders, they’re fun for the whole team, heh..

    • Agree: Trinity
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