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An odd exchange happened during CNN’s live coverage of the Daunte Wright “protest” in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota last night, that inadvertently proved President Trump correct on a claim the media previously mocked him for. Correspondent Sara Sidner spoke to a protester named “Tiger” who approached her to answer a few questions about why he was
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Joe Biden announced that all U.S. troops in Afghanistan will withdraw and a nice, neat, symmetrical ceremony will be held on September 11 to mark the occasion. This will end the longest, costliest (in dollars) war the United States has ever fought. The 2,500 troops and 1,000 special forces, plus mountains of their equipment, will
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The Biden administration is set to “temporarily” lift a Trump administration policy requiring women seeking abortion-inducing drug Mifepristone — also known as RU486 — to be administered in person by health professionals, allowing the pills to be disbursed via mail citing the coronavirus pandemic. What are the details? CBS News reported that acting FDA Commission
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President Joe Biden’s ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, characterized America as a fundamentally racist country on Wednesday, saying in a speech that “white supremacy” was “weaved into our founding documents and principles.” Thomas-Greenfield, a career diplomat who was appointed to her most recent post in February, made the stunning remarks during a speech
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A UFC strawweight fighter who made anti-communist comments ahead of her fight with the reigning champion is not apologizing for her remarks. Contender Rose Namajunas told “Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show” Wednesday that she does not regret saying her opposition to communism is part of her motivation to defeat Zhang Weili, the current UFC strawweight champion
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On Wednesday, the left-wing hacks on MSNBC’s Morning Joe were excited over the possibility that President Biden would be able to exploit the “once-in-a-generation political opportunity” of a deadly pandemic to shove through radical policies and end up “shattering the age of Reagan.” One pundit gleefully declared: “…the idea of government as a redemptive force
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The California high school teacher caught on Zoom blasting students and their parents who are concerned about distance learning has been suspended pending an investigation, Fox News reported — and additional accusations about her behavior have emerged. What’s the background? Alissa Piro, an English teacher at San Marcos High School, told her students that parents
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Criticizing it as based on “calendars, not conditions,” Richard Haas, in his ever-polite fashion, has ripped President Biden’s decision to withdraw all US troops from Afghanistan by the 20th anniversary of 9/11. On today’s Morning Joe, Haass, the show’s foreign policy maven and president of the Council on Foreign Relations, predicted with “near certainty” a “human
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PJ Media’s Tyler O’Neil reported on Sunday that 90 CEOs gathered over the weekend to plot how they will continue to attack election integrity: Nearly 100 of America’s top corporate leaders and CEOs gathered both in-person and virtually on Saturday to strategize ways to combat new election integrity laws like Georgia’s H.B. 531. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld,
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The 2018 gubernatorial campaign of New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) has paid at least $62,500 to a former aide who says the governor grabbed his crotch — and the ex-staffer could get more, according to a report. What are the details? The Albuquerque Journal reported Monday that documents show Lujan Grisham’s campaign has
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New Amsterdam must be gunning for a GLAAD Media Award nomination with its latest episode: “The Legend of Howie Cournemeyer.” Focused on the hospital’s free HIV-testing day, Tuesday night’s episode campaigned against “bigoted” restrictions on blood donations from gay men, denigrated The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and was bookended with gay sex
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On Monday’s The 11th Hour show, MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson went into an anti-police rant in which he called for law enforcement in the U.S. to be ”abolished” and rebuilt, insisted Democrats should run on this as a campaign issue because they wouldn’t face blowback from voters, and illustrated an aversion to mathematics when he claimed that
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Daunte Wright had an outstanding warrant linked to a prior arrest when he was fatally shot by a Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, police officer. Court documents show Wright was facing an attempted robbery charge over an incident where he allegedly choked a woman and held her at gunpoint. What are the details? The New York Post
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Yet another physical attack against an Asian person took place Monday on the streets of New York City — and some of the broad-daylight violence was caught on video, WABC-TV reported. What are the details? Police said the victim, a 44-year-old man, was walking near Lexington Avenue and East 72nd Street around 3:20 p.m. when
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On “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared a video clip of Dr. Anthony Fauci struggling to understand why coronavirus cases in Texas have continued to decline even after the Texas mask mandate was removed. In early March, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) reopened the state from COVID-19 lockdowns and lifted mask mandates, a
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Vice President Kamala Harris is not a controversial figure, not to The Washington Post. They’ve added a whole staff to champion “diversity and inclusion,” and that’s Kamala for you, line-dancing backward and forward. So we get stories like this gem from design writer Jura Koncius: “Vice President Harris is making her mark on the Washington-area
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