Jun 23 07:08

Loudon County Ends School Meeting After Pushback From Parents, Parents Sing Star Bangled Banner, Cops Make Arrests

Controversial board chair Brenda Sheridan said that members voted unanimously to end public comment if the room became too excitable again.Fox News continued:


Jun 23 07:06

Joe Rogan Explains Why Hollywood is So Liberal

On the June 17 episode of “Breaking Points” podcast, hosts Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti asked Joe Rogan to explain why the entertainment industry is almost uniformly liberal. The famously forthcoming MMA commentator stayed true-to-form and pulled no punches in his answer.

Jun 23 07:06

UK Government Demands Netflix, Amazon Reveal Viewership Data

While ratings for traditional broadcast and cable networks are widely known thanks to services like Nielsen Media Research, since their inception, streaming platforms like Amazon and Netflix have kept their viewership data closely guarded. Entertainment reporters typically have no choice but to take the streamers’ words for it as to the popularity of their films and series.

Jun 23 06:56

Joy Behar gets hit with brutal backlash after making joke about NFL player that many viewed as homophobic

Joy Behar of "The View" faced immediate and brutal blowback for a homophobic joke she made about an NFL player who came out as gay.The show's hosts were discussing the announcement from Carl Nassib of the Las Vegas Raiders when Behar made her inappropriate joke.

Jun 23 06:55

Outrage ensues after Atlanta Ikea offers Juneteenth menu with watermelon and fried chicken

"You cannot say serving watermelon on Juneteenth is a soul food menu when you don't even know the history, they used to feed slaves watermelon during the slave time," said one employee.

Jun 23 06:55

Political editor who was suspended from C-SPAN for lying about a Trump tweet is leaving the network to join a think tank

"I am excited about my next chapter at the Bipartisan Policy Center to help shape that story as well. If ever there was a time where all sides need to reach across the aisle, it is now! I am honored the BPC will allow me to play a part in this important civic process," he said in his statement.

Jun 23 06:53

Here's Exactly How Much Cheaper It Is to Maintain an EV vs. Your Gas Car

When deciding on the next car you’re going to buy, there are some generally accepted pros and cons between sticking with a traditional gas car and switching to an electric vehicle. On the positive side for internal combustion engines, they generally cost less up front, there’s no new learning curve and refueling is fast and easy. On the EV side, they’re better for the environment, filling up with electricity costs less than gas and they also cost less to maintain — but exactly how much less?

The U.S. Department of Energy recently commissioned a study which, in part, looked at the difference between scheduled maintenance costs of traditional gas cars and electric vehicles. After factoring in all manner of services, from oil changes to new wiper blades to brake pads, the estimated cost of maintenance for light-duty gas vehicles is 10.1 cents per mile, while comparable battery electric vehicles come in at just 6.1 cents, as reported by Motor Trend.

Jun 23 06:47

150 Amazon packages arrived at a woman's home by mistake. Here's what she did with them

A New York woman is giving back to the community after more than 150 Amazon boxes that did not belong to her showed up at her house.

Jillian Cannan told CNN started receiving packages at her home on June 5 thinking they were related to her business.

"I thought my business partner had ordered something for our studio that we were waiting for on backorder," she said. "So I opened them up to condense the boxes and I realized they were mask brackets."

Cannan sent an image to her business partner asking why she ordered so many, only to find out neither she nor her partner ordered them.

"So I go back out and I check the boxes and it's my address, but not my name," she said. Cannan thought the packages were weird but just thought it was an honest mistake, until more started showing up.

Jun 23 06:45

National Justice Exclusive: Black Police Major Ordering Arrest of White Parents Protesting CRT Is An NAACP Member Who Shot His Own Daughter

Earlier today a group of white parents gathered at a school board meeting in Loudon County, Virginia to peacefully protest the anti-white racial hate their children are being subjected to in class.

The Loudon Co. Sheriff’s office, infuriated at the content of their message, subsequently declared the school board meeting an unlawful assembly and began arresting the parents.

A source familiar with the incident told National Justice that the decision to declare unlawful assembly and start arresting the peaceful parents was made by Maj. Easton McDonald, the black man seen in the footage directing the white officers to handcuff the parent.

Maj. McDonald is a supporter of an anti-white organization, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and has been the keynote speaker at recent racially charged events.

Jun 23 06:39

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Jun 23 06:36

Vaccine Remorse hits America

Jun 23 06:35

USAF’s First Electric Ultra-Short Takeoff Plane Blows eVTOLs Out of the Water

The U.S. Air Force is serious about introducing innovative air mobility vehicles into its future operations. Electra was just selected by USAF to develop ultra-short takeoff aircraft, as part of the Agility Prime program. In only a few years, we will be seeing Air Force-operated electric aircraft like nothing we’ve seen before.
According to USAF, there are now more than 200 companies that are developing cutting-edge vertical flight aircraft based on electric vertical takeoff and landing technologies (eVTOLs), all over the world. By launching Agility Prime, described by the Air Force as a “non-traditional” program, USAF intends to bring together industry partners, government representatives and investors, in order to speed up the process of making these types of vehicles commercially viable.

Jun 23 06:29

FBI monitoring of social media posts before Jan 6 raises more questions of how much it REALLY knew prior to Capitol Hill riot

Publicly, US authorities have rigidly stuck to the story that no one saw the January 6 Capitol ruckus coming. But the publication of internal documents is casting further doubt on the established version of events.

On June 21, NBC News reported on a recent court filing that raises further questions about whether the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) foresaw what happened in Washington DC on January 6 and, if so, why the agency failed to sound the alarm in good time.

Jun 23 06:28

‘Does the bra double as a bulletproof vest?’ M&S ridiculed for launch of ‘inclusive’ lingerie range inspired by George Floyd

Marks & Spencer, the UK’s biggest underwear retailer, has been mocked after claiming its latest “inclusive” range of lingerie was inspired by the death of the black man George Floyd at the hands of a US police officer.

In a press statement on Monday, the retailer proudly unveiled its new “nothing neutral about it” lingerie range, claiming to offer its customers “more colours, more sizes and more choice."

It boasted that it had always led the way on “inclusivity”, offering sizes from six to 24 and employing “representative models”, but said it was time to do more.

Jun 23 06:12

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Jun 23 06:11

Biden announces crackdown on guns to stop rising crime after 'defund the police' movement swept across the US following last summer's riots over George Floyd's murder

Joe Biden is announcing a crackdown on guns today to stop rising crime after the 'defund the police' movement swept across the US following last summer's riots over George Floyd's murder.

Jun 23 06:10

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Jun 23 06:10

Military veteran, 47, suffering from PTSD, his wife and two young children killed in murder-suicide on Father's Day in Jackson Township, Ohio

A military veteran suffering from PTSD, his wife and two young children were all left dead after a suspected murder-suicide on Father's Day in Ohio, police have said.

Jun 23 06:09

Redneck Rave’ Descends Into Throat Slashing, Impalements, and Mass Arrests

A massive country music festival in Kentucky this past weekend started off on rocky footing: Police found meth, marijuana, and an open bottle of alcohol in the first vehicle they stopped at a traffic checkpoint. One of the people in the car had two active warrants out for their arrest.

“We were like, ‘Well, this doesn’t bode well for the weekend,’” Edmonson County Sheriff Shane Doyle told the Lexington Herald-Leader.

By the end of the five-day bash, dubbed the “Redneck Rave,” a man had been impaled, a woman had been strangled to the point of unconsciousness, and a throat had been slit. In all, Edmonson authorities arrested 14 people and charged four dozen people from five states.

Jun 23 06:08

'Hate is dripping from the followers of Jesus in this room': Two parents are arrested as Loudoun County School Board descends into violence over new transgender rules

The Loudoun County School Board in Virginia cut off public comment during a meeting on Tuesday as residents debated contentious transgender policy proposals and Critical Race Theory.

Jun 23 06:07

The UK publication of a history book labeled ‘too white’ has been delayed. ‘Publish and be damned’? That principle is clearly dead

The publishing world’s in danger of becoming a no-go area for freedom of expression. The delayed publication of a history text, amended after it was deemed “too white,” is proof of that.

There’s a veritable army of freelance censors and sensitivity entrepreneurs enlisted in the policing of culture. Poor Richard Cohen. The British author’s book, titled ‘The History Makers’, was due out earlier this month before being serialised on BBC Radio 4.

Promoted as an “epic exploration of who writes the past”, it had already been a target of cultural policing by Random House. The American publisher had previously demanded that Cohen rewrite part of his 800-page tome on the grounds that he failed to include a sufficiently large quota of black historians and academics. Yet, despite the rewrite, it decided to cancel his contract.

Jun 23 06:04

'We're at your door, open it': How Secret Service swooped on Hunter after he accidentally paid Russian prostitute $25K after night at Chateau Marmont on account 'linked to dad Joe Biden', reveals laptop

Joe Biden might have inadvertently paid for a series of wild nights his son Hunter had with a prostitute at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont Hotel in 2018, according to text messages and receipts obtained from his laptop.

Jun 23 06:03

They thought they had a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence. Turns out it’s even more special.

The archive of the American Philosophical Society, consisting of an ever-expanding universe of 13 million manuscripts and 350,000 bound volumes and periodicals, with images and audiotapes proliferating on a daily basis, has reached the point where it is its own universe.

So it should be no surprise that APS, founded in 1743, has discovered that it possesses an exceedingly rare engraved copy of the Declaration of Independence ordered up by John Quincy Adams two centuries ago, and given to the society in 1842 by Daniel Webster. The society has just announced the discovery.

Jun 23 06:00

'Corporations win. Celebrities win. Even the Chinese Communist Party wins': Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, 35, slams US big business for going woke 'at the expense of the American people'

The founder of a US biotech firm has argued that corporate America is poisoning society because it capitalizes on wokeness just to make money - and that it is 'quietly wreaking havoc' on democracy.

Vivek Ramaswamy, who stepped down as CEO of his biotech firm Roivant Sciences in January, said in a New York Post op-ed on Tuesday that he was 'fed up' with corporate America pretending to care about social justice to boost profits.

The 35-year-old entrepreneur argued that the money-making tactics of investors and CEOs is now to promote progressive social values - or in other words to 'stay woke'.

Jun 23 05:52

Navy Chief of Operations Dodges Tom Cotton Question on If Capitalism Is Racist

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday would not say whether he thought capitalism was racist during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Tuesday.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) questioned Gilday about adding Ibram X. Kendi’s book, How to Be an Antiracist, on the recommended reading list for every sailor, and asked Gilday if he agreed with its primary assumptions, including that capitalism is racist.

Cotton said: “You’re saying as a senior leader of the Navy that you want 18-year-old sailors and 22-year-old ensigns to read a book that asserts that capitalism is essentially racist. Do you agree that capitalism is essentially racist?”

Jun 23 05:50

JCN Withdraws Lawsuit Against MLB, Vows to ‘Remedy the Injustice’ Inflicted on Small Businesses

The Job Creators Network (JCN) has withdrawn its lawsuit against Major League Baseball (MLB). Still, they haven’t stopped fighting for small businesses impacted by the league’s decision to move the All-Star Game from Atlanta.

Appearing before the U.S. Court House at Foley Square in New York City, JCN President Alfredo Ortiz blasted MLB for “virtue signaling” by listening to the “activist lies” about Georgia’s voter reform laws and “callously” retaliating against the small businesses of Atlanta by relocating the All-Star Game to Denver.

“This move deprived local small businesses, which are the backbone of Atlanta’s communities, over $100 million in lost revenues at a time when they needed it most,” Ortiz explained. “The MLB must be held accountable for their knee-jerk decision that hurt so many people.”

Ortiz also stressed that JCN’s recent shortcoming in federal court was not due to their case lacking merit.

Jun 23 05:48

Bill Maher Threatens to Leave California: You ‘Love to Be Up Everybody’s Ass’ But Can’t Manage Droughts and Wildfires

Comedian Bill Maher has not-so-jokingly threatened to leave California, arguing that the state continues to mismanage its water supply in the face of chronic droughts and wildfires.

On Friday’s episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the Los Angeles-based comedian launched a tirade against California’s water mismanagement as well as the state’s tendency to over-regulate businesses and the lives of its residents.

“For a state that just loves to be up everybody’s ass all the time, water management might be a better place to direct that instinct,” Maher said. “When it comes to regulations, either go big or go home or I’m going to find a new home because my house is one gender reveal party away from burning down while I’m asleep.”

Jun 23 05:47

NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus Silent About Democrat Senator’s Membership at All-White Club

Both the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the Congressional Black Caucus were radio silent on Monday after news broke that Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) defended his membership to an elite, all-white beach club.

Breitbart News reached out to both the NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus for comment regarding Whitehouse’s extra-curricular activities. Neither organization responded.

Whitehouse, who decried systemic racism following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, has frequented Bailey Beach Club for decades, GoLocal Providence first reported. While the 124-year-old club can’t legally mandate that its members be “all white,” its lack of diversity was first documented back in 2003 in the New York Times:

Jun 23 05:45

Critical Race Theory May Violate Civil Rights Act, the Constitution: Dr. Carol Swain

Critical Race Theory training, which pressures people not to say certain things, take a certain stance, or forces them into some segregated settings, may infringe on people’s constitutional rights and even violate civil rights laws, said Dr. Carol Swain, a former professor of political science and law at Princeton and Vanderbilt universities.

The main tenet of Critical Race Theory (CRT) is that the people of the world are divided into oppressors and oppressed, and in the United States, “all white people are considered oppressors who benefit from undeserved advantages,” Swain told The Epoch Times in an interview on EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program.

“[Whites] are deemed guilty of having set up a system of systemic racism,” she said of one main assumption being drawn from CRT. “The demonization of one group of people because of the color of their skin is something that is discriminatory.”

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Jun 23 05:32

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Jun 23 05:24

Amazon now selling “blue lives murder” merchandise that kills for killing police

After banning “Vaxxed” and other content for spreading “misinformation,” monopolistic retail behemoth Amazon has decided to allow the sale of “Blue Lives Murder” merchandise that calls for the execution of police officers.

Jun 23 05:09

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Jun 23 01:30

Left-wing brainwashing of our youth is complete: College students seethe at the sight of the American flag, claiming it represents oppression and evil

After decades of infiltrating our nation’s primary education system, the American left, which has also taken over the [un]Democratic Party, has achieved its objective of brainwashing an entire generation of young Americans into hating the only country on the planet that guarantees them liberties and freedoms no other nation has ever done or will ever do.

Jun 23 01:26

Parents Protesting Critical Race Theory And Transgenderism Violently Arrested At School Board Meeting in Loudoun County, Virginia

Parents protesting against anti-white critical race theory and transgenderism being pushed on their children in Loudoun County, Virginia were violently arrested by police on Tuesday after a school board meeting was declared an "unlawful assembly."

Jun 22 23:41

IG Michael Horowitz Investigating Trump For Abuses After Exonerating Russiagate Plotters

Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz, who Trump supporters were led to believe was going to "bring down the deep state," instead chose to exonerate the deep state and is now working to bring down Donald Trump and his allies.

Jun 22 21:53

Mother of 2 Dies After Being Shot Execution-Style Along With Her Boyfriend by Thugs In Chicago

The mother of two filmed being dragged out of her car and executed in the streets along with her boyfriend in Chicago after Juneteenth celebrations overlapped with Puerto Rican Day celebrations has died.

Police on Monday confirmed the reports that the brutal execution took place over a fender-bender and revealed that there were two separate executioners.

Jun 22 19:28

Role and History of Lipid Shells in mRNA Vaccines

In my book cell altering mRNA contained within a lipid shell having the ability to enter human cells hijacking its' functioning- is a virus. Covid "vaccines" are simply man-made viruses. Form your own opinion.

Jun 22 19:11

Cricketer Ali leaves opponents in hysterics after he smashes a massive shot through his OWN car windscreen (VIDEO)

Unlucky cricket player Asif Ali experienced the full range of emotions when he smashed a sensational six - only to have his head in hands moments later after the ball smashed through his own car's windscreen.

Ali hit the spectacular shot while playing for club team Illingworth St Mary’s, but any joy he had quickly turned to misery after a loud smash was overheard, with the camera soon revealing that his ball had broken a car windscreen in a nearby carpark – and his anguish was compounded when he realized that the car was in fact his.

Oops :)

Jun 22 18:22

NEW: Pelosi Says She Will Create Select Committee to Investigate January 6 Riot After Effort to Establish Commission Fails in the Senate

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will create a select committee to investigate the January 6 Capitol riot, according to The Hill.

Jun 22 18:22

Kamala Harris Tells Activists to Knock on Doors and Harass People Who Haven’t Been Vaccinated in Desperate Push to Meet 4th of July Goal (VIDEO)

Kamala Harris told left-wing activists to knock on doors to pressure people to get vaccinated as Biden’s July 4th vaccine goal is likely to fall short.

Jun 22 18:04

Permanent “lethargy syndrome” and long-term loss of motor skills now common “side-effects” of Covid-19 vaccines

The Covid vaccines are very far from “safe and effective.” They’re outright dangerous and detrimental to health, including normal daily functioning. For example, motor skills are something most of us just take for granted on a daily basis, like standing, walking, climbing stairs, balancing, coordinating, reacting and so on. This would include gross motor skills and fine motor skills, but what if you suddenly lost many of these abilities, right after getting jabbed with these so-called “safe and effective” experimental concoctions?

Now, there’s a wave of victims of vaccine coming out and explaining how they’ve lost motor skills, some while experiencing relentless, excruciating pain for weeks or months on end. Some victims are saying these crippling “side effects” come on 3 or 4 days after inoculation, and are lasting for 3 to 4 months, including constant lethargy, excruciating shooting pains going up their spine and neck, blindness, deafness and depression.

Jun 22 15:58

WATCH: Tucker Carlson reveals Don Lemon lives 'in one of the whitest towns in America'

Following CNN's Don Lemon comments that "we're living in two different realities" as black and white people, Tucker Carlson revealed on Fox News Monday night that Lemon lives in $4.3 million home in an area of New York that is 80 percent white and just 3 percent African American.

Researchers for Carlson discovered that Lemon lives in a multi-million dollar home in Sag Harbor, New York, which is populated mostly by wealthy Caucasians and is only three percent African American.

Carlson said, "Just how oppressed is Don Lemon? What is the different reality he is forced to live in as a black man in America? We did a little bit of digging and here are the details: Don Lemon lives in a $4.3 million home in Sag Harbor, New York."

Carlson continued, "No, he does not live in Section 8 housing. He lives in one of the whitest towns in America, in fact, 80 percent. Sag Harbor is just three percent African-American."

Jun 22 14:30

AG Merrick Garland Declares War On The Open Internet: Seizes Domains Of Press TV And MidEast News Sites

Biden-appointed Attorney General Merrick Garland on Tuesday seized the domains of Iranian state media outlet Press TV as well as a bunch of other media outlets from throughout the Middle East.

The mass seizure of Middle East news websites comes just weeks after Israel decidedly lost the propaganda war in their latest bombing campaign in Gaza.

Jun 22 13:34

Forced vaccination in India now.

Jun 22 13:06

House Democrat Suggests Stripping Catholic Church Of Tax-Exempt Status If Biden Denied Communion

Huffman’s tweet was in response to a statement last week from 60 Catholic House Democrats warning the USCCB against what they described as

Jun 22 13:05

Portland Takes Out Ad In New York Times To Defend Itself: ‘We’ve Always Been Like This’

Amid all of the negative press that Portland, Oregon has received over the past few years due to the lawlessness of left-wing violence group Antifa, the city funded a full-page ad in The New York Times on Sunday that appears to take pride in the issues underpinning the city’s negative reputation.

Jun 22 13:03

Billie Eilish Apologizes For Surfaced Video Of Her Mouthing Asian Slur

Billie Eilish on Tuesday apologized for a resurfaced video that showed her mouthing along to a song that includes an anti-Asian slur.

Jun 22 13:03

Survey: Majority Of Liberal College Students Are Not Proud To Be American

new survey out of North Dakota State University (NDSU) discovered that the majority of liberal-minded college students are not proud to be American.

Jun 22 13:02

WaPo under fire for ‘pseudoreligious’ video urging whites to set up cult-like ‘white accountability groups’ to repent for being born white

The Washington Post is taking heat after it recently ran a video encouraging Americans to take part in "white accountability groups" and "force themselves into 'a period of deep shame' over their skin color,'" the Daily Mail reported Monday.

Jun 22 13:00

Dan Rather rips fellow leftist Jon Stewart's 'dangerous' assertion that COVID-19 came from Wuhan lab: 'Playing into the trope of the mad scientist'

Rather — the iconic network news anchor who's allowed his leftist colors to shine brightly in his retirement years — blasted fellow lefty Jon Stewart's viral assertion last week that the COVID-19 virus originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

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Jun 22 12:58

As NY DAs drop charges against rioters, NYPD watchdog concludes 39 officers deserve punishment for response to BLM riots last year

Following news that district attorneys in New York City have dropped the majority of charges against rioters in recent months, an oversight board for the city's police has recommended that 39 officers face disciplinary action for their conduct during last year's Black Lives Matter protests.

Jun 22 12:58

Elon Musk confirms the best kept secret of his Tesla cars

On Saturday, June 18, the Tesla car owners account (@teslaownersSV) revealed the best-kept secret of the American company's cars through a tweet. Minutes later, Elon Musk confirmed it through his official Twitter account with a single "yeah ."

Tesla electric cars are well known thanks to their design and technology, but the best thing about them is under the hood and it is the air filtration system that makes them different. Along with the reveal, the account attached a video where CEO Elon Musk describes the qualities of the High Efficiency Particle Arresting (HEPA) filter.

The high performance molecular air filter is characteristic of the new Tesla S, X and S Plaid models , it is 10 times longer than a common one. It has the ability to stop most bacteria, viruses, smog particles and allergens, which irritate the respiratory system.

Jun 22 12:28

US Navy conducts first of three blasts in carrier Gerald R. Ford shock trials

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Navy conducted the first of three in-water blasts near first-in-class aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford, kicking off the full-ship shock trials process on a nuclear-powered flattop for the first time in 34 years.

The Navy’s shock trial event, the first of its kind on any class of ship since 2016, aims to prove the new carrier can withstand a hit in combat. The ship will go through two more scheduled blasts in June and July, Lt. Cmdr. Desiree Frame. a Ford spokeswoman, told Defense News.

“In a shock trial, a ship undergoes three 40,000-pound explosive charge detonations which occur successively closer to the ship,” she said. Exact dates for each event are dependent on sea state, weather, marine mammal activity and other factors.