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Trevor Noah confessed to being an illegal allien to U.S. Senator Graham in 2016

CLEVELAND, OH – Viacom and Comedy Central should face criminal prosecution for enabling and conspiring with illegal alien and South African Trevor Noah to work in the United States of America with absolutely no green card that authorizes him to be in this nation earning millions annually in stolen wages.  From his own Wikipedia page, and in his most favorable light, we learn this anti-American un-funny man – who sounds like a British sissy – has got absolutely nothing we desperately need to uplift our nation.

Trevor Noah is an illegal alien and undocumented working with no right to earn a living in the U.S. or interfere in its federal and local elections.

We learn he’s a “coloured” being half-black and half-white.  He reveals his mother, a black South African, converted to Judaism like his German-Swiss father. It was a crime for them to have sex with each other and produce him; so he’s in South Africa’s lower caste by birth. Soweto trash.

We learn he became a Daily Show contributor in 2014; and that he immediately was hired to replace Jon Stewart with a contract in 2015.  He’s subsequently obtained contracts for books and other projects from Viacom that Robert Bakish’s been leading as chief executive officer.  He owns a $10 million New York penthouse where he comments about our nation and it’s leaders in it and their most “unfavorable” light to the rest of the world.

What Noah is not is a citizen of the U.S. with a right to vote or say anything about our elections; or to even earn a living.  He’s a criminal.  This was affirmed when he booked U.S. Senator, LIndsey Graham, to appear on the show he was hosting inside the nation in New York on or around March 24, 2016

Below is the dialogue between the U.S. Senator and a non-citizen working in the U.S.; and spreading vicious anti-U.S. propaganda among New York’s 25 percent immigrant and undocumented worker labor force.  Noah knew better than to lie on national television to a U.S. Senator.

GRAHAM: “Are you a citizen?”

NOAH: “Am I a citizen? No, I’m not.  I’m not, why?”

GRAHAM: “Do you have a green card?” 

NOAH: “I do not.”

GRAHAM:  “If I were you, I’d be in a hurry.  If Trump wins, your days are numbered, pal. Young black illegal guy from Africa is not going to work with him.”

Viacom CEO Robert Bakish is financing illegal South African alien Trevor Noah.

In the context of this nation’s federal immigration laws, Noah was advised by a member of the U.S. Congress that he and his Viacom and Comedy Central employer were violators.  Comedy Central’s current contract with illegal alien and undocumented Noah expires sometime in 2022.   It’s evidence he disregarded the federal official’s legal warning.

The question now becomes what did Graham do with his knowledge of Noah and his employers’ federal crimes since it was his duty pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 4, misprision of felony, to report the felonies the illegal alien and his employers were engaged in to a federal judge or the U.S. Department of Justice. If he didn’t Graham has his own problems; and it looks like after 4 years his mouth’s been criminally and co-conspiratorially silent.  Was the appearance on the show a foreign “bribe?”

Noah appears to have remained uninvestigated and unprosecuted for the past seven years as he’s earned millions spreading vicious and self-protecting anti-American propaganda about and to the citizens of this nation on topics like immigration. 

An article in The Guardian published on November 24, 2016, as Noah was interviewed by Mecca Aitkenhead, reveals his foreign-inspired motives inside the USA to “plant” mind-changing “seeds” as an agent of some unidentified foreign power.  The Guardian is a British publication; so don’t ever see its writers’ view of our nation as knowing. From “our” perspective it’s foreign propaganda and their opinions of us or our political representatives are unimportant.

“When I ask what he now knows about the US, but hadn’t known when he took over, he exhales and considers the question in silence for more than 20 seconds. “One of the biggest things I’ve come to know is I didn’t realise how entrenched people were in their views or beliefs. I always – maybe it’s because I was fooled by American sitcoms. Everyone always learns something new in an episode. They start off thinking one thing and by the end of the 30 minutes they go: ‘You know what, thanks man, I didn’t think like that.’ And I always thought: ‘Oh, this is a place where if you convince a person, they’ll change their mind.’ But no. People are for the most part angrily entrenched in their views, and that’s that.”  It will be fascinating to see if Noah’s version of satire can change minds in the febrile new atmosphere of Trump’s America. “Right now,” he says, “I’m just cultivating the soil. Then I’ll start planting seeds, and then we’ll see. “ Does he think it will work?

One of the seeds Noah has planted are, of course, his political views on immigration as an illegal alien with no voting rights or any legal skin in the American game.  He considers our immigration laws to be like a sexually transmitted disease; while this apparently uneducated child of Soweto trash pimps his Viacom and Comedy Central cash cows into a federal criminal investigation.  He comes from a family of criminals as his book describes his “Born a Crime” life in South Africa’s poorest ghetto.

What Noah’s presence has done is obstruct the growth of an American Negro native to this land in moving into the role he’s played if the intent of Viacom and Comedy Central was to promote someone black; and not harming American Negro Byron Allen’s lawsuit against Comcast, Charter One and other big distributors for not carrying his production company’s programming.  In one of his motions, Entertainment Studios founded and owner Allen, revealed how a Comcast executive said they weren’t creating another Bob Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment Television now owned by Sony of Japan.  Sony owns 74 percent of Viacom through a recent merger.

Trevor Noah’s ignorance of American Negro culture is what allows him and others to use the degrading “N-word” to describe the people who produced minds like Dr. George Washington Carver.

Noah from an American perspective becomes a Viacom or Comedy Central “front” so the corporation gives the “appearance” of elevating someone African American, black, a person of color or a minority.  The goal is to elevate someone who is not an American Negro Christian, like Allen, whose ancestors contributed to this nation’s growth during slavery and Jim Crow segregation. 

No affirmative actions were intended for illegal immigrants like Noah. It’s like his use of the words “nigga please” to describe his reaction to Trump-Biden debate and why his use of it is offensive.

I’m 66 and my birth certificate identifies me as a Negro.  The highly offensive and fighting “N-word” was on its way out in the 1980’s.  American Negroes like me saw it as inflammatory hate speech.  We didn’t call each other by that name.  We called each other “Brother” or “Sister” and not the ignorant “bitch, ho, dawg and my nigga” bullshit.  We didn’t appreciate infiltrators dividing us along lines like Black, African American, persons of color and minority because none reflected our ancestors’ culture, sacrifice and contributions inside this nation as natural born Americans under our U.S. Constitution.

The word wasn’t used up north in cities like Cleveland in states like Ohio where American Negroes were free from the beginning in 1801 and building sustainable, segregated, communities.  Northern American Negroes were angry to hear Southern American Negroes calling themselves the word our northern families found to be offensive.  The free northern American Negroes didn’t realize their southern American Negro relatives had been so indoctrinated by their masters and their descendants into self-degrading thought.

WEWS TV 5 recently identified the grave of George Peake in Rocky River without knowing he was this area’s first American Negro settler in 1809.  He arrived here from Baltimore, Maryland and owned a considerable amount of land that made up Rocky River. It’s journalists did not even know his name.  Just someone “black” and prominent.

I’ve written about Peake and other prominent American Negroes in the greater Cleveland area for publications like Renaissance and American Legacy owned by American Negro Publisher Rodney Reynolds.  Reynolds, at one time partnered, with Tim Forbes of the “Forbes Magazine” family to produce his publications; along with his Tim Reid-hosted syndicated television show on American Negro history.

The point is there was no aspect of the degrading N-word that described the characteristics of the enslaved American Negroes who built this nation; and produced minds like Dr. George Washington Carver, who discovered 326 ways to use a peanut every other race of people could only eat.  Try turpentine and whipped cream as but two.

All 326 uses built the entire south’s economy and produced peanut farmers like Jimmy Carter from Georgia who we elected to the presidency.  A little known fact is he wanted William Thomas, also known to the nation as Buckwheat from the Little Rascals, as his initial choice for vice president.

Noah wouldn’t know how to conceive of the type of reparations individual families, who actually descended from these brilliant American Negro minds, would want as compensation when questioned by someone like Charlemagne the God who still bears his family’s slave name of McIlvey.

Uneducated South African Soweto trash like Noah wouldn’t know this history about American Negroes when he did his “nigga please” thing in describing his reaction to a U.S. presidential debate between President Donald Trump and private citizen Joe Biden.  He was born to a Xhosa mother and German Swiss father in Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Noah doesn’t pretend he’s legal.  He also doesn’t seem to care as he’s grown arrogant with his criminal presence in our nation while he disrespects us to the world.  He joked to a HuffPost writer about it. Below is their complete published exchange.

“That’s right,” Noah said. “Trump is now coming for legal immigrants. And I just wanted to say, thank you so much for having me. I’ve had a wonderful time.  “I mean, don’t get me wrong. I always thought I would get kicked out of America, but I thought it would be for the way I say ‘zebra.’ Not just for being an immigrant. Yeah, and I’m going to stick with that. It’s zebra. It’s just like Debra but with a zed. And it’s not a zee, it’s a zed.”  “That’s right,” Noah said. “Trump is now coming for legal immigrants. And I just wanted to say, thank you so much for having me. I’ve had a wonderful time.

What he’ll learn in the aftermath of his use of the “N-word” here, where he’d be slaughtered for using the “k” word in South Africa, is don’t insult my people.  I’ve been offended by his anti-American presence since his illegal azz arrived here.  I now have proof from his own arrogant stupidity that he’s an uneducated illegal alien. 

Trevor Noah is an illegal alien. What about everybody else BUT American Negro Roy Wood, Jr.? And why isn’t the natural born American leading the Dail Show instead of the criminal South African?

Homeland Security should immediately arrest Noah.  Federal prosecutors should strip him of his earnings.  Prosecute his employers and deport him.  A nationwide warrant should be issued for his arrest good for any of the 19,429 U.S. cities where Noah might appear.  He’s an unregisted agent of a foreign government interfering in U.S. elections.  Police everywhere, including New York, but especially in Ohio, have federal criminal law enforcement authority pursuant to R.C. 737.11.

Robert Bakish is  Viacom’s chief executive officer.  Viacom owns Comedy Central that employs Noah as the Daily Show’s executive producer … illegally.  Bakish should face criminal charges for enabling and conspiring with Noah; and for failing to register as a foreign agent with the U.S. Department of Justice in violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. What’s on the I9 he was required to submit to the United States Department of Labor prior to hiring or contracting with Noah?

As soon as he or Comedy Central’s executives learned from Noah’s own show that he was not a citizen, and not legally authorized in the U.S., they should have reported him to Homeland Security instead of giving him another contract.

Eric Jonathan Brewer

Cleveland's most influential journalist and East Cleveland's most successful mayor is an East Saint Louis, Illinois native whose father led the city's petition drive in 1969 to elect the first black mayor in 1971. Eric is an old-school investigative reporter whose 40-year body of editorial work has been demonstrably effective. No local journalist is feared or respected more.

Trained in newspaper publishing by the legendary Call & Post Publisher William Otis Walker in 1978 when it was the nation's 5th largest Black-owned publication, Eric has published and edited 13 local, regional and statewide publications across Ohio. Adding to his publishing and reporting resume is Eric's career in government. Eric served as the city's highest paid part-time Special Assistant to ex-Cleveland Mayor Michael R. White. He served as Chief of Staff to ex-East Cleveland Mayor Emmanuel Onunwor; and Chief of Communications to the late George James in his capacity as the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority's first Black executive director. Eric was appointed to serve as a member of the state's Financial Planning & Supervision Commission to guide the East Cleveland school district out of fiscal emergency and $20 million deficit. Former U.S. HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson told Eric in his D.C. office he was the only mayor in the nation simultaneously-managing a municipal block grant program. Eric wrote the city's $2.2 million Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant application. A HUD Inspector General audit of his management of the block grant program resulted in "zero" audit findings.

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