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CURRENT EVENTS

Sep 20 09:12

Facebook Censors Ad About Joe Biden Allowing Men To Participate In Women’s Sports, PolitiFact Says It Can’t Fact Check Future

This week, Facebook censored several ads from right-leaning organizations over faulty and misleading fact checks. In one example, however, a fact checker went beyond labeling an ad misleading and suggested it contained “a prediction we can’t fact-check.”

Sep 20 09:12

Police Chief Fired After Posting Anti-Looting Meme

What kind of opinions are you allowed to hold as a police chief?

Sep 20 09:04

Domino's Commits $100 Million to St. Jude Hospital, Largest Donor Commitment in Hospital's History

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has been a recipient of Domino’s generosity since 2004, when the hospital became the pizza chain’s national charity partner. Domino’s has raised over $68 million for St. Jude, but now, the company is planning on increasing that.

Sep 20 09:02

College Students Who Violated Lockdown To Protest Cops Now Saying Lockdown Isn't Harsh Enough

Student activists at Tulane University who marched in protest of the university’s police department are now saying that the school hasn’t done enough to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Sep 20 09:02

AOC Calls for Left To 'Radicalize' After RBG's Death: 'We Can, and Must, Fight'

The country had barely started processing news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death Friday when radical leftists began calling for violence should President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans dare to fill her vacant seat on the high court.

Sep 20 08:59

Woman, Boyfriend Busted for Insurance Fraud After She Cuts Off Her Own Hand

In what could be described as the unkindest cut of all, a Slovenian woman who severed her hand as part of an insurance scheme is now heading to prison along with her boyfriend.

Sep 20 08:54

Support For BLM Tanks As 'Peaceful Protests' Seem To Leave Only Destruction In Their Wake

A survey released by the Pew Research Center this week found that support for the Black Lives Matter movement has dropped double digits since June.

Sep 20 08:54

Man Allegedly Tries To Rob Cab Driver At Gunpoint, Ends Up Getting Shot With Own Firearm

An 18-year-old Oregon man ended up being shot with his own gun when an attempt to rob a taxi went astray.

Sep 20 08:51

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Sep 20 08:50

Schiff Accused DHS Insider of Lying to Congress, Still Accepts 'Whistleblower' Complaint from Him

Rep. Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said he was concerned that Department of Homeland Security official Brian Murphy intentionally gave misinformation to Congress — but he still allowed Murphy to file a whistleblower complaint.

Sep 20 08:47

Federal Government Files Suit After Kroger Allegedly Fires 2 Women Who Refused To Wear LGBT-Linked Symbol

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of two former Kroger grocery store employees who say they were fired after refusing to wear rainbow emblems they believed to be associated with the LGBT movement.

Sep 20 08:47

'Mostly Peaceful' Riots Soar Over $1B in Damages, Setting New Record

“Mostly peaceful” protests and riots that have been going on over the past few months have now caused $1-2 billion worth of damage.

Sep 20 08:45

Ted Cruz Warns of 'Crisis' if SCOTUS Seat Isn't Filled Before Election Day

America could face a deep crisis if President Donald Trump does not act to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg so that the court can be at full strength by Election Day, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas said Friday.

Sep 20 08:31

Assassination Attempt Against President Trump Foiled by Law Enforcement: Report

Law enforcement officials recently foiled what appears to be an assassination attempt that targeted President Donald Trump via a package containing the poison ricin, according to a report.

Sep 20 08:27

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Sep 20 08:25

Mob Moves To Intimidate McConnell in Wake of RBG's Death, Home Location Posted Online

As 2020 moves into its third act, this annus horribilis has thrown us one of the most contentious plot points it possibly could in a year that’s seen a pandemic, racial strife, economic desolation and widespread rioting: Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.

Sep 20 08:23

'I Will Dearly Miss My Friend': Justice Thomas Responds to RBG's Death

The remaining eight Supreme Court justices are speaking out about their colleague Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at age 87.

Sep 20 08:23

Leftists Threaten To Riot if Republicans Fill RBG's SCOTUS Seat Before the Election

Leftists threatened violence on social media Friday following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 20 08:23

Nancy Pelosi refuses to rule out using impeachment as a way to tie up the Senate floor as she accuses Donald Trump of using Supreme Court vacancy to try to 'crush the Affordable Care Act'

'We have arrows in our quiver that I'm not about to discuss right now'
If the House passes an impeachment resolution it would be privileged and go to the Senate floor
President Trump said he will nominate a successor for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg this week
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the nominee will get a vote but has not said it would be before the election
Some Democrats have been calling to impeach Attorney General Bill Barr
Democrats narrowly focused their impeachment articles against Trump beginning last year around Ukraine

Sep 20 08:20

'He's dangerous': Tory MP's wife Sasha Swire renews attack on Michael Gove - after calling him 'bonkers' in her tell-all political memoir - saying he's a 'typical hack' who is 'dishonest with ambition'

Lady Swire said Michael Gove is 'dangerous' and 'dishonest with his ambition'
She also predicts Dominic Cumming will 'explode' and says ex-Prime Minister Theresa May 'didn’t have an original idea in her head' in a recent interview
Comments come ahead of release of her memoirs titled Diary of an MP’s Wife

Sep 20 08:18

Caviezel Praises Popular Pastor for Defying Newsom's Church COVID Restrictions

Actor Jim Caviezel praised the stand Los Angeles pastor John MacArthur has taken against California Gov. Gavin Newsom and LA County’s shutdown orders, saying the preacher is truly living out his Christian faith.

Sep 20 08:17

Officer Comes Up with Clever Solution To Help Nonverbal Child with Autism Find Family

Parents of children with autism have many concerns that other mothers and fathers don’t have to contend with.

Sep 20 08:14

'I've been BRUTALLY attacked': Man screams for help as he's arrested on a Melbourne beach after 'failing to provide his licence' – as onlookers hurl abuse and shout 'the virus is fake'

Man filmed being arrested by a dozen cops on Melbourne's Elwood Beach
Complained he was thrown to the ground for questioning order to give details
Idiotic onlookers taunted 'brainwashed' police and called coronavirus 'fake'

Sep 20 08:08

Rookie cop claims she was taunted about the size of her breasts and her underwear 'after private photos were taken from a personal USB at work'

Christie Lee Turner claims revealing pictures of her were stolen by another cop
Court documents allege the images were downloaded off of her personal USB
She claims an officer commented on the size of her breasts and her underwear
Ms Turner said she was embarrassed and suffered nightmares and panic attacks

Sep 20 08:02

From a teenage mum to a male make-up artist and a street busker: Meet the young Australians who have quit their jobs to make a living on TikTok

Some ordinary young Australians are now using TikTok as main source of income
These Aussies quit their jobs after gaining thousands of followers on the app
Brandon Lee Scott shot to TikTok stardom by showcasing his make-up looks
Teen mum Sarah Magusara is the most popular Aussie with 15.5million followers
Melbourne 21-year-old Jasmine has been slaving away on the app since 2015
Perth rapper Jaycee, 22, has found TikTok has helped boost his music career

Sep 20 07:56

Rihanna's father Ronald Fenty says Barbados should have removed Queen as head of state in 1966 as country reveals it will become a republic next year

Mr Fenty, 66, said that Barbados would 'still be part of the Commonwealth'
The Queen's representative said 'Barbadians want a Barbadian head of state'
PM Mia Mottley said Barbados would be a republic by November 2021

Sep 20 07:52

Girl, 14, dies after being hit by a car as two men, aged 18 and 19, are arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving

A girl, 14, had died after being hit by a car in Merseyside on Saturday night
Two men, aged 18 and 19, were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving
Officers were called to report of collision on Blackbrook Road around 9.50pm

Sep 20 07:49

Protesters gather outside Mitch McConnell's Kentucky home to demand he stop pushing forward with SCOTUS pick following death of RBG

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vowed on Friday night, hours after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, to call a vote for whomever President Donald Trump nominated as her replacement
Protesters gathered at his home Saturday to demonstrate against a SCOTUS pick before November election
Some demonstrators were seen holding placards outside his home that read, 'Ruth sent us' and 'Ditch Mitch!'

Sep 20 07:45

War veteran grandad, 89, dies after 'being king hit by a fellow nursing home resident' - as his heartbroken family demand answers

War veteran, 89, 'king hit' in his nursing home - by a resident 'with dementia'
Knocked from his walker in 'unprovoked attack' at Macquarie View, Bolton Point
Grandad not taken to hospital till the next day - then later died of a broken neck
Police are investigating. Alleged attacker said to be 'known to be aggressive'

Sep 20 07:43

Woman, 39, tells how she was kept prisoner by her jealous ex-boyfriend who smashed her face into bathroom door and knocked her tooth out after she went out with friends

Katrina Pidden, 39, was subjected to a year of abuse by her violent ex boyfriend
Mitchell Liversedge, 25, was jailed in March for five years for Actual Bodily Harm
Over a year he locked her outside in the rain and held her prisoner for hours

Sep 20 06:50

Democrats’ Day of Infamy: The Pernicious Influence of Multiculturalism

On June 8 a group of some twenty leading Congressional Democrats – including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer – knelt down and bowed their heads in the Emancipation Hall of the US Capitol building in Washington in DC. Contrary to appearance, the purpose of this solemnity was not to honor God. The Democrats performed this act of self-abnegation in capitulation to Black Lives Matter whose members have been pressurizing citizens of this country to kneel down in acknowledgment of their claims and grievances. Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a Marxist organization that claims that America is an irredeemably racist and unjust society that oppresses black people. Because of this deeply rooted racism, BLM insists, American institutions and ways of doing things must be torn down and replaced with a new order.

Sep 20 06:47

BLM's War on the Deplorables

Let’s assume that Black Lives Matter is not a “social justice” movement, but a corporate-sponsored public relations vehicle that’s being used to advance the agenda of elites? Is that too much of a stretch?

And let’s say that the massive protests that erupted across the country were not random or spontaneous events as some people seem to think, but part of a broader strategy to control the headlines by shifting the dominant “narrative” to race. The death of George Floyd fits perfectly with this “broader strategy”, as the incident took place 6 months before the general election, which (conveniently) gave the Democrats enough time to mount an effective attack on Donald Trump using an issue on which they feel he is particularly vulnerable. (Race)

Was it all a coincidence?

Sep 20 06:40

Robot and 14 surgeons work simultaneously on a single patient in 'first-of-its-kind' cancer operation

A robot and three teams of surgeons worked simultaneously on a single patient to perform what is thought to be a first-of-its-kind cancer operation, slashing recovery time by a third.
The astonishing procedure, involving 14 surgeons, was carried out in July on a married father-of-one with advanced rectal cancer.

Sep 20 06:39

Columbia University Marching Band Dissolves After Admitting To Past Of 'Racism,' 'Misogyny'

The Columbia University Marching Band has dissolved following a town hall to discuss its checkered past.

Sep 20 06:38

Who put the boot into Boris? PM's allies are angered by 'brutal and personal' attack on the PM which describes him as 'miserable, worn out and short of money'

Boris Johnson is now a man with 'misery etched on his face' as Covid and money troubles wear down the formally 'ebullient' and 'cajoling' figure of old.

Sep 20 06:38

Arsonists Behind Several Devastating West Coast Fires, Authorities Say

Summer has been very hot in the U.S. as parts of the West Coast are literally burning with wildfires.

Sep 20 06:36

Romney Spox Shuts Down Rumor Senator Has Decided Not To Confirm SCOTUS Pick

A spokeswoman for Sen. Mitt Romney is disputing a report claiming that the Utah lawmaker and former GOP presidential nominee would refrain from voting to confirm a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before Inauguration Day 2021.

Sep 20 06:36

Hillary Clinton Lays Out the Strategy for Dems To Block SCOTUS Pick

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spent a portion of her Friday evening explaining tactics she feels Democrats should use to retain the seat of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 20 06:32

Trump Shuts Down Any Debate Over Whether GOP Will Replace RBG: 'We Were Put in This Position'

President Donald Trump signaled to Republicans on Saturday that he intends to fill “without delay” the Supreme Court seat vacated by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Sep 20 06:32

Manhunt underway for 2 suspects who shot at police officers in their home

Sep 20 06:31

Planned Parenthood Hit with Big Lawsuit: 'Face the Truth'

A long-embattled abortion industry giant once again faces legal action this week for statements made about the guerrilla journalists responsible for unearthing its fetal tissue profiteering.

Sep 20 06:29

This Hero 911 Dispatcher Helped Save the Life of a 6-Month-Old Baby and 71-Year-Old Man in the Span of 1 Hour

McKenzie Davis is a 21-year-old with a job where it pays to keep her cool. A 911 dispatcher in Flagler County, Florida, she’s gone through training to be able to help others when disaster strikes.

Sep 20 06:29

'This Is Now Tyranny': Hundreds Denounce Lockdown in London

Police in London clashed with protesters on Saturday at a rally against coronavirus restrictions.

Sep 20 06:24

White BLM activist forced to apologize for pretending to be black after being outed

A social justice activist in Indiana who has allegedly been pretending to be black for years finally admitted that she is actually a white woman. This is the third instance of a white woman pretending to be black this month.

Sep 20 06:24

Law enforcement intercepts package of deadly ricin poison mailed to President Trump

A package containing ricin that was mailed to President Donald Trump at the White House was intercepted by law enforcement. CNN reported that the package of deadly poison was intercepted at a mail facility earlier this week.

Sep 20 06:21

Barack Obama, Joe Biden perform total 180 on filling Supreme Court vacancy in election year

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama declared Friday the Supreme Court vacancy caused by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death should not be filled until after the election.

Sep 20 06:19

Trump Accuses Democrats And Media Of 'Denigrating' Potential Coronavirus Vaccine: 'It's Just A Terrible Situation'

President Donald Trump accused Democrats and the mainstream media of "denigrating" a potential coronavirus vaccine that could save lives. The president said his political opponents and the media are creating a "terrible situation" instead of being excited about the possibility of getting a COVID-19 vaccine "in record time."

Sep 20 06:18

Democrats Threaten Violence If GOP Fills SCOTUS Vacancy: 'Burn The Entire F***Ing Thing Down'

Democrats, members of the media, and Hollywood figures threatened violence on Friday if the Republican-controlled Senate moves to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.

Sep 20 06:16

Ted Cruz explains the grave danger of not filling SCOTUS vacancy before election: 'A constitutional crisis'

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) explained late Friday why the Supreme Court vacancy, caused by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, must be filled before Election Day.

Sep 20 06:16

Trump compliments Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 'An amazing woman who led an amazing life'; no comment for now on whether he will nominate a replacement?

President Donald Trump reacted to the news of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing after speaking at a rally in Bemidji, Minnesota.

Sep 20 06:14

Lisa Murkowski says she won't vote on a justice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election: 'Fair is fair'

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death was barely announced before speculation began to run rampant on the internet about whether Republicans will attempt to confirm a nominee to replace her prior to the 2020 election.

Sep 20 06:13

Governments Will Impose New Lockdowns If They Think They Can Get Away With It

Before March 2020, it is unlikely that many politicians - let alone many ordinary people - thought it would be feasible or likely for government officials to force hundreds of millions of human beings to “self-isolate.”

But it turns out governments were indeed able to force a sizable portion of the population to abandon jobs, religious practices, extended families, and community life in the name of “flattening the curve.”

Whether through fear manufactured by the news media or through outright threats of punishment, business owners shuttered their shops and offices, churches closed down, and schools abandoned their students.

Over time, most governments lessened their restrictions, largely out of fear that tax revenues would collapse and out of fear that the public would become unwilling to obey lockdown edicts indefinitely.

Sep 20 06:11

Marshall University takes action against prof caught on video saying she hopes Trump supporters die of coronavirus

Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, took action against an assistant professor caught on video saying she wished supporters of the president would die before the election.

Sep 20 06:11

Biden is accused of hypocrisy after saying in 2016 it is the 'constitutional duty' of a president to name a SCOTUS nominee even if it is an election year - as Trump calls on the former VP to reveal his list of candidates

Joe Biden is accused of hypocrisy after a 2016 op-ed emerged in which he slammed Republicans for holding up a Supreme Court appointment, stating that it is the 'constitutional duty' of a president to nominate if a vacancy becomes available.

Sep 20 06:00

Pope Francis tells parents of LGBT children that 'God loves them as they are'

Parents of LGBT children have been told by Pope Francis that God loves them, in a further sign of modernity for the Catholic church.

Sep 20 06:00

'Diana said the only thing Charles learned about love from his parents was shaking hands': Book reveals Prince Philip's complicated relationship with his eldest son - who's haunted by time he played Macbeth at school and heard his father's mocking laughte

In a landmark biography of Prince Philip, a distinguished Royal writer paints a compelling portrait of the Queen’s rock-steady companion as he nears his 100th birthday. Here, in the final part of our serialisation, she explains his complicated relationship with his children.

Sep 20 05:58

Emmys blunder: Jason Bateman mistakenly announced as winner before This Is Us' Ron Cephas Jones gets award during virtual ceremony

In a virtual Emmys version of the wrong-winner Oscars gaffe, Ron Cephas Jones´ guest actor award for 'This Is Us' was announced for another nominee, Jason Bateman.

Sep 20 05:57

'Burn Congress down': Former CNN host, prominent writers, and a professor all urge a violent response if Ruth Bader Ginsberg's Supreme Court replacement is voted in before the election

Celebrated left-wing writers, a professor and a TV host are among famous faces to call for a violent response if Donald Trump succeeds in securing a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

Sep 20 05:55

GOP Senator Susan Collins says Supreme Court vacancy should be filled ‘by the President who is elected on November 3rd’ following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death

Republican Sen. Susan Collins has declared that the Senate should not vote to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court until after the November election.

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