Pro-Antifa Attorney General Keith Ellison has charged a former Minneapolis police officer for allegedly assaulting a man who fired at police during the Black Lives Matter riots over George Floyd’s death.

Former officer Justin Stetson, 34, has been charged with one felony count of third-degree assault.

Far-left AG Ellison infamously shared a photo of himself holding the Antifa Anti-Fascist Handbook, claiming that it would “strike fear” into former President Donald Trump.

Stetson is accused of beating up BLM activist Jaleel Stallings on May 30, 2020.

On that evening, rioters had lit fires all over the city — including at a post office, gas stations, and other businesses near the police department.

Posted on: Dec 29 12:18
New York City Mayor Eric Adams defended himself Wednesday after facing criticism last week for fleeing the city as the Big Apple braced for a severe winter storm during the Christmas holiday.
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Posted on: Dec 29 12:18
Ryan Seacrest just said he agrees with the idea of CNN limiting hosts’ alcohol consumption during their New Year’s Eve broadcast.
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Posted on: Dec 29 12:17

The launch of Russia’s special military operation and the accession of the four new regions to the country ended 30 years of attempts by Moscow to build an equal partnership with the West, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

Summing up the country’s foreign policy course in 2022, the ministry said the recognition of the sovereignty of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR), the start of the special military operation, the holding of referendums in the two Donbass republics and in the liberated areas of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions followed by their accession to the Russian Federation were "tough but necessary steps." "At the same time, they ended a 30-year period of honest attempts by Russia to build an equal partnership with the collective West," the Russian diplomats said.

Posted on: Dec 29 12:17

Russia fired scores of missiles into Ukraine early on Thursday, targeting Kyiv and other cities including Lviv in the west and Odesa in the southwest, sending people rushing to shelters and knocking out power in one of Moscow's largest aerial assaults.


Posted on: Dec 29 12:16

Sam Bankman-Fried is expected to enter a plea deal next week in the FTX Ponzi scheme case.

Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried’s case was assigned to Bill Clinton-appointed District Judge Lewis Kaplan.

TGP reported that after allowing SBF to return home to his parents’ house before Christmas that the judge who set him free next recused herself from the case because of her husband’s conflicts.

This is good news for Sam Bankman-Fried.

Judge Kaplan is part of the Deep State Democrat gang.

Judge Kaplan has allowed E. Jean Carroll to sue President Trump for alleged rape. A Case President Trump has adamantly denied.

Posted on: Dec 29 12:06

 As residents struggle to survive the incredible storm, chaos reigns inside convenience and department stores, as well as independently-owned small businesses, where individuals and groups who lack a moral compass are using the misfortune of others to steal everything from a single can of soda to big-screen televisions.

Posted on: Dec 29 12:05

Formerly the border crossing numbers from last month were released near the beginning, or in the middle, of the month, often on a Friday,  the traditional day for burying bad news. During the Biden Border Rush, this has gotten closer and closer to the end of the month: in October, 2021, they were  released on October 22, the fourth Friday of a five-Friday month.

The  Center for Immigration Studies wrote in May of this year that

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has utilized this delay tactic throughout the Biden administration in an effort to hide the full extent of its border crisis from the American people.
Posted on: Dec 29 12:03

An 83-year-old North Carolina Home Depot worker has died — weeks after he was tossed to the ground trying to stop a “menace to society” shoplifter still on the loose.

Gary Rasor is seen on surveillance footage stepping up to confront a man wheeling three Ryobi power washers out of the Hillsborough store Oct. 18 — only to be shoved to the ground by the crook who then casually strolls away.

Rasor was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he celebrated his 83rd birthday and made hopeful plans to see his new grandchild for the first time, his wife told WNCN.

He died Thursday “due to complications from the injuries received,” Hillsborough cops announced the next day.

The North Carolina medical examiner has ruled the death a homicide, police said, adding the hunt continues for a suspect they previously branded a “menace to society.”

“It’s just beyond our comprehension that someone would do this for a couple of power washers,” Rasor’s son Jeff Rasor told WNCN.

“That is just mind-boggling,” he said.

Posted on: Dec 29 12:02
President Joe Biden faced scrutiny this week over his past attacks on former President Donald Trump regarding pandemic restrictions after the Biden administration announced it was reinstating testing requirements for travelers coming to the U.S. from China.
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Posted on: Dec 29 12:02
Local prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into U.S. Rep-elect George Santos (R-NY) after he was accused of, and subsequently admitted to, fabricating numerous claims about his background.
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Posted on: Dec 29 12:02
Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced Wednesday that the social media company’s new official policy will not penalize users for legitimately questioning scientific claims and narratives that are promoted in the media.
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President Joe Biden traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands this week for a vacation with his family as millions suffered from one of the worst winter storms to hit the country in years.
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Posted on: Dec 29 12:00

A new finding from MIT Technology Review may make you second guess getting dressed in front of your Roomba vacuum.

Investigative journalist Eileen Guo revealed images of a woman sitting on a toilet found their way on Facebook after being captured from a Roomba J7.

iRobot the company that produces the robotic vacuum in a statement revealed the Roomba J7 vacuums were  “special development robots with hardware and software modifications that are not and never were present on iRobot consumer products for purchase,”

The tech company would continue and say the J7 Roombas were  only given to “paid collectors and employees who signed written agreements acknowledging that they were sending data streams, including video, back to the company for training purposes.”

Posted on: Dec 29 11:59

Some people lost their jobs because their employers fired them for not obeying federal mandates.

And others were told that they had no rights during federal emergencies. The fallout from the liberals’ abuse of COVID-19 continues to hit home as those affected seek compensation through the judicial system.

Workers at NorthShore University Health System were subjected to communist rules when workers were denied exemptions because of their religious exemptions. Five hundred workers took the matter to court and found that the organization violated their rights.

U.S. District Judge John Kness found that the university had violated the workers’ rights. He awarded them $10.3 million in a settlement that sent a clear message around the country that stepping on people's rights is unacceptable.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:58

The Lithuanian Ministry of Defense has confirmed it will provide additional military training for Ukrainian troops amid the Russian invasion.

Approved by parliament, the aid will hone the skills of nearly 1,500 Ukrainian soldiers. Around 1,100 personnel will receive training in Lithuania.

As part of the program, 40 Lithuanian instructors will lead the training under the European Union Military Assistance Mission of Ukraine

Another 25 Lithuanian instructors will work under the British-led Operation Interflex training to be held in the UK.

The program will commence in 2023 and is expected to train approximately 15,000 Ukrainian warfighters.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:57

After a crash involving an F-35B on Dec. 15, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas, the F-35 Joint Program Office (JPO) has released a statement to Defense News confirming that it had issued guidance to ground a limited number of newer F-35s.

According to the JPO statement, “The F-35 Joint Program Office has issued a Time Compliance Technical Directive (TCTD) to restrict some aircraft, which have been evaluated to be of higher risk, from flight operations while the investigation into the mishap on December 15 continues and until procedures can be developed for their return to flight. The affected aircraft have been identified, and the JPO will work with the [U.S. military] services and [international] partners to ensure compliance with the TCTD.”

As already reported, the pilot involved in the F-35B incident that took place at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth, on Dec. 15, ejected safely. The plane had not yet been transferred to the US government.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:54

Outgoing Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz told a graduating class of Israeli Air Force Pilots that they might be bombing Iran in “two or three years” as Israel has been preparing for strikes on the country.

“Israel has significantly increased its preparedness in recent years and is preparing for the possibility of an attack on Iran,” Gantz said, according to The Times of Israel. “You may cross the sky to the east in two or three years and take part in an attack on nuclear sites in Iran, for which we are preparing.”

The speech was likely Gantz’s last as defense minister as the government of incoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to be sworn in on Thursday, but the threats against Iran will continue. Netanyahu has tapped a member of his Likud party and major Iran hawk, Tzachi Hanegbi, to lead Israel’s National Security Council.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:53

Pope Francis has announced that his predecessor, Pope (Emeritus) Benedict XVI is “very ill.”

The 95-year-old Benedict, who stepped down nearly 10 years ago, has been believed to be in poor health, but his successor’s call for prayers for him confirmed the gravity of his illness.

“I would like to ask all of you for a special prayer for Pope Emeritus Benedict who— in silence is sustaining the Church. Remember him, for he is very ill,” the pope said during his Wednesday General Audience. “Ask the Lord to comfort him and sustain him in this witness of love for the Church, until the end.”

Posted on: Dec 29 11:53

Conservative attorney Harmeet Dhillon is celebrating the House January 6 Committee withdrawing its subpoena against former President Donald Trump.

The victory for The Dhillon Law Group, which Trump hired after being subpoenaed in October for testimony and documents, comes as Dhillon is challenging Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to lead the Republican National Committee.

“After my firm filed suit on separation of powers grounds to block January 6 House Select Committee’s illegitimate subpoena to President Trump over his activities while president — the committee waved the white flag & withdrew subpoena,” Dhillon said in a tweet Wednesday.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:52

Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced on Tuesday that his state has bused nearly 16,000 migrants to sanctuary cities in 2022.

Abbott shared the update in a Twitter post with details on the number of migrants sent to each of the four included cities.

“Texas has bused over 15,900 migrants to sanctuary cities,” Abbott tweeted.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:51

Where is Kanye West?

Wild rumors are swirling that the artist now known as Ye is “missing” — as his ex-business manager tries to serve him with a $4.5 million lawsuit, the US Sun reports.

Thomas St. John, who is suing the erratic “Gold Digger” rapper and his company Yeezy over alleged unpaid fees, told a court he has also been unable to find a proper address for Ye.

The rumors about the 45-year-old mogul’s whereabouts began to spread after a tweet sent by Daily Loud, who wrote: “Kanye West has reportedly been missing and unable to find [sic] for weeks according to his ex-business manager.”

According to documents obtained by the news outlet, St. John on Dec. 19 sought an extension until the end of March to serve the lawsuit.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:46

We finally have at least some empirical evidence for the answers beyond the net population changes which we’ve already seen showing flight from blue states. It’s a national survey conducted by the Trafalgar Group last month indicating that America may be politically segregating at a much faster pace than is apparent from net population changes.

The national survey asked likely voters, “Have you moved in the last 3 years, or plan to move in the next year, to a region that aligns more closely with your political and/or personal beliefs?”

Over 4% of Republicans and independents said they had already moved, in the last three years, to a region more closely aligned with their political beliefs.

Far more importantly, over 10% of Republicans and over 9% of Independents say they plan to move in the next year to a region in which they are more politically aligned.

Just as significantly, those numbers are far smaller for Democrats. Results are summarized here:

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A report from Just the News notes that on Tuesday, Taiwan made it clear in an announcement that plans are in the works to extend its compulsory military service.

Men can expect the extension of military service to increase from four months to one year. The update is being made due to the increase in threats from China.

According to a statement by Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen at a press conference on Tuesday, “China’s expansion continues to impact the international order, threatens regional peace and stability, and affects cross-strait relations.”

Posted on: Dec 29 11:34

Six days after a powerful winter storm wreaked havoc on Christmas holiday travel across the US, most major carriers have normalized operations after a few days of widespread cancelations and delays. But at Southwest, it's a very different story. 

More than 2,300 flights, or 58% of its planned flights on Thursday, had been canceled, according to FlightAware. And the airline said Wednesday that it would only fly one-third of scheduled flights through the end of the week to normalize operations. 

Posted on: Dec 29 11:32

Ten human rights groups based in Israel are urging the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor to visit Palestine and move forward with the investigation opened by his predecessor last year after a years-long preliminary examination.

Karim Khan, the court’s chief prosecutor, said earlier this month that he aimed to visit Palestine in 2023.

His remark during the court’s assembly of state parties came amid criticism that his office has stalled the Palestine investigation despite the rapidly deteriorating human rights situation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

In a letter to Khan, the groups based in Israel state that crimes within the tribunal’s jurisdiction “have been and are being committed.”

The organizations – which include Adalah, a group that advocates for the rights of Palestinians in Israel, and B’Tselem, which has extensive documentation of Israeli violations – pledged to assist the investigation.

Posted on: Dec 29 11:32

Ukraine has been hit with a "massive" attack of over 120 missiles across the country Thursday, its military and presidency's office said. "December 29. Massive missiles attack... The enemy is attacking Ukraine from various directions with air and sea-based cruise missiles from strategic aircraft and ships," Ukraine's air force said in a public statement. 

It marks the largest barrage of missiles since there was weekend talk from both sides of mutual 'openness' in getting to the negotiating table. Ukrainian leadership floated the proposal of UN-brokered talks by the end of February, but its insistence on Russian officials facing a war crimes tribunal first was seen in Moscow as not serious and a non-starter.

Social media footage showing missile contrails over Kiev.

Regardless, at this point, Thursday's fresh aerial attack effectively slams the door shut on the possibility of talks. According to a blistering statement from Zelensky aide Mykhaylo Podolyak, the missiles were launched: the "evil Russian world" to destroy critical infrastructure & kill civilians en masse. We’re waiting for further proposals from "peacekeepers" about "peaceful settlement", "security guarantees for Russian Federation" & undesirability of provocations.

Thus with the obvious sarcasm Zelensky's office has clearly signaled talks at this point are all but an impossibility from its point of view.

The Ukrainian military said missiles reached as far West as Lviv, parts of which were left without electricity Thursday morning. "Ninety percent of the city is without electricity," Lviv's mayor said in a social media post. "We are waiting for more information from energy experts. Trams and trolleybuses are not running in the city."

Posted on: Dec 29 11:31
Investigative journalist Eileen Guo revealed images of a woman sitting on a toilet found their way on Facebook after being captured from a Roomba J7.
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Posted on: Dec 29 10:52
Orlando, Florida – Children Wednesday night attended a drag show where the drag queens sexually danced to a song dubbed ‘Screwdolph.’
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Posted on: Dec 29 10:51