Police said a male six-year-old student deliberately shot his adult female teacher in school Friday afternoon at Richneck Elementary in Newport News, Virginia. No one else was wounded. The alleged shooter is in custody. The teacher is hospitalized with a life-threatening wound but had shown signs of improvement.
Full credit to this disgrace goes to the spineless Republicans who caved to Democrats led by Massachusetts Senator and Fake Indian Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren (D-MA) in the wake of the George Floyd riots. Now the Regime will begin the process of erasing all references to Confederate heroes, undoubtedly replacing with them with figures sure to garner plaudits from the radical left.
The corrupt Deep State fears President Trump. The Biden, Obama, Clinton and Bush regimes hate him. China fears him. The American people love him. Many are now supporting the idea of a Trump Speakership.
A homeless woman has gone viral on Twitter for her rant about the root of the homelessness problem plaguing leftist-run cities across the country.
On Saturday, Kevin Dahlgren, who runs the Seattle-based charity We Heart Seattle, posted a video on Twitter of his interaction with a homeless woman named Wendy, who berated the leftists running the city for the way that they've handled homelessness.
According to her, the reason that the homelessness problem is not being solved by the left -- and is only getting worse -- is that the leftists are making it very easy to be homeless.
A new poll found that most CNN viewers who are watching the network less than they used to cite "its liberal/left-wing bias" as one reason why, The Washington Times reports.
Forbes reported last month that CNN's average prime-time audience dropped by 33% over the last year, down to 730,000 viewers on average for the network's lowest-rated year ever.
The survey, which was conducted by McLaughlin & Associates on behalf of the conservative Media Research Center, found just over half of those who watch CNN agreed with the statement: "One of the reasons I find myself watching CNN less often is because of its liberal/left-wing bias."
54% of CNN viewers watch the network less than they used to.
61% of those viewers said "liberal/left-wing bias" is one of the reasons why they watch CNN less.
Cancer rates have increased since the introduction of the COVID shots and is one of the top three leading causes of premature death among younger adults — a trend that in turn is driving down U.S. life expectancy.
In 2019, the average life span of Americans of all ethnicities was nearly 78.8 years.1 By the end of 2021, life expectancy had dropped to 76.42 — a loss of nearly three years, which is an astounding decline. The leading causes of death in 2021 were heart disease, cancer and COVID-19, all three of which were higher in 2021 than in 2020,3 and both heart disease and cancer are potential side effects of the COVID jabs.
COVID Boosters Are Triggering Metastatic Cancer
November 26, 2022, The Daily Sceptic published a letter4,5 to the editor of The BMJ, written by Dr. Angus Dalgleish, professor of oncology at St. George’s University of London, warning that COVID boosters may be causing aggressive metastatic cancers:
If our country had an honest and competent ‘mainstream’ media staffed with professionals who took to heart our founders’ intent of a free press to hold those in power to account, there would be an outcry for one of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies to be held responsible for the damage it did to countless millions of people via faulty COVID-19 vaccines.
As reported by Conservative Review‘s Daniel Horowitz, “Tolerance is a good thing in most aspects of life. But when it comes to the immune system, artificially juicing up the body to create antibodies with long-term tolerance to a pathogen is a recipe for disaster.”
He noted further:
Amid thousands of papers on COVID and the vaccines, a new German paper published in Science Immunology should be the headline story this week. Although the subject matter is very dense, the implication of it is that the Pfizer shots (and possibly other mRNA spike protein shots) caused the immune system to misfire, thereby creating an endless feedback loop of viral immune escape, perpetuating the pandemic in the macro, and creating immune suppression for the individuals who received them.
He went on to write that it is “vexing” as to why, today, the virus remains with us, questioning the fact that whereas so many countries in the Pacific Rim did well against COVID in 2020 and 2021 but now have a much bigger problem in 2022 with a less virulent strain. He asks further why it appears as though this pandemic won’t end and so many people continue to contract it more than once.
On September 26, underwater explosions destroyed three out of four lines of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines off the coast of Denmark. Oddly, no one in the West seems to be interested in investigating the largest environmental disaster in Europe and attack on European energy infrastructure in history.
There is still no full-scale investigation of the Nord Stream explosions, Russian President Vladimir Putin remarked over the holidays: “Nobody is investigating. We had an opportunity once to look at these sites of explosions; all that was in the press, no need to repeat. Surprisingly, the fact is that there is no full-scale investigation, nobody is performing it,” Putin said.
Swedish seismologists said that two explosions were recorded along the Nord Stream pipelines on September 26. On Oct. 5, Spiegel magazine reported German Federal Police acknowledged the Nord Stream attack was an act of “targeted sabotage” which could presumably not have been carried out without the involvement of “state players.” The German investigators admitted they did not know “who is behind the sabotage of the pipelines.”
On Nov. 18, the Swedish Prosecutor’s Office also acknowledged that the explosions were an act of sabotage. Remarkably, however, no one in the West seems remotely interested in finding out who is behind it.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has threatened to resign if the Republican party will negotiate with Democrats in voting to elect Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as speaker.
Matt Gaetz announced his intentions to resign from Congress in an interview on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday night if he and other GOP patriots continued to refuse to back Kevin McCarthy’s speakership campaign.
Regardless of whether you support Ukraine or not, most honest observers concede that Ukraine is rife with corruption and political figures eager to feed at the public trough. Ukraine commonly is described as the most corrupt nation in Europe.
Well, I have bad news for President Zelensky and his fellow Ukrainians — you can’t hold a candle to the political brothel that is Washington. When I moved to the Washington, DC area in 1979 (I started off in a small townhouse in Chevy Chase, Maryland) there were no Lamborghini, Ferrari, or Bentley car dealerships. The ironically named Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland was lily-white and made a practice of excluding blacks and Jews. Luxury stores like Saks Fifth Avenue were rare. That was then.
Today, the Washington, DC metropolitan area, which includes Montgomery and Prince Georges counties in Maryland and Alexandria and Arlington in Virginia, is populated with luxurious automobile dealerships and the kind of high-end retail stores normally seen on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California or 5th Avenue in New York City. What changed?
The business of selling influence in Washington, DC went nuclear. I am not suggesting that DC was a temple of morality and frugality prior to the 1980s. There always have been lobbyists lurking around the halls of Congress passing out money and buying favors. But it started growing like a cancer during the Clinton Administration and exploded when George W. Bush came to office. The wealthy discovered they could set up 501 c3 “charitable” corporations as a great tax dodge. “Think Tanks” began to pop up, again funded by corporate interests keen on having studies published that would advance their interests.
The revolving door twirled at light speed. What is the “revolving door?” It is a term describing how Congressional staffers get jobs in a new Presidential administration or at a prominent think tank like the Brookings Institute and then move on to jobs in the media or with lobbying firms. Then there are the “Beltway Bandits,” a term coined to describe the private and public companies that clamor for U.S. Government contracts and grants. A huge portion of these are defense contractors, but there are also firms catering to the pharmaceutical, tobacco, liquor, food and health industries.
At least 29 people, including 10 soldiers, have been killed in an operation to arrest the son of jailed Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, Mexico’s government says after a shootout with cartel members.
Ovidio Guzman, nicknamed “El Raton”, or “The Mouse”, was rounded up early on Thursday in the northern state of Sinaloa and flown to Mexico City on a military plane.
“Ten members of the military … unfortunately lost their lives in the line of duty,” Defence Secretary Luis Cresencio Sandoval told reporters on Friday, adding 19 “lawbreakers” were also killed in the operation. Another 35 soldiers sustained gunshot wounds.
Members of the Sinaloa Cartel and their associates went on a rampage after Ovidio Guzman’s arrest, fighting security forces, setting vehicles on fire and blocking roads across the Pacific coastal state.
The violence was concentrated in and around Culiacan, the capital of Sinaloa, home of the powerful drug cartel, which “El Chapo” headed before his capture in 2016 and extradition to the United States in 2017.
100 Percent Fed Up reports – Detectives in the brutal murder case of four University of Idaho college students used cell phone ping data to help find 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger, the suspected Idaho murderer.
According to a newly released probable cause affidavit released by police, the suspected killer stalked the victim’s home 12 times before he brutally stabbed them to death with a hunting knife.
Representatives from the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction leave the home of murdered Moscow students on behalf of Kohberger’s defense team.
According to the Daily Mail, the report reveals how Kohberger turned his phone off on the night of the murders in an attempt to cover his tracks before the murders – turning it off before getting too close to the property.
Officials have not revealed the exact dates that he canvassed the three-story property but confirmed that he was pulled over just two minutes after leaving the area covered by the cell phone tower closest to the home.
A Latah County Sheriff’s deputy pulled him over on August 21 at 11.37 pm as part of a traffic stop – in which he provided his number.
Germany has hinted that it may allow tanks or armoured vehicles to be sent to Ukraine a day after France said it would supply armoured vehicles to Kyiv in an attempt to create a breakthrough in the ten-month war.
Ministers and officials from Berlin indicated that a decision to supply Marder infantry fighting vehicles or Leopard 2 tanks for the first time could be taken at the next meeting of the “Ramstein” Ukraine Defence Contact Group – a series of regular talks between Ukraine and its allies – in mid-January.
The German position on delivering heavy weapons to Ukraine had never been “static”, said Robert Habeck, the economy minister and deputy to chancellor Olaf Scholz, on a visit to the Norwegian capital Oslo.
“The Allies have expanded their position at two points, namely France and the US being prepared to deliver lighter tanks,” Habeck said. “And that will certainly also influence the German position.”
On Thursday, in response to an appeal by Patriarch Kirill of the Russian Orthodox Church, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a ceasefire across the front in Ukraine starting at noon on Orthodox Christmas Eve and running through Christmas Day January 6-7.
Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar has slammed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky for rejecting Russia’s truce offering, and reiterated his position that continued US assistance to Ukraine is “immoral.”
“Unsurprisingly, Zelensky has rejected peace. It is immoral to fund this war,” Gosar tweeted.
Zelensky stated late Thursday that Ukrainian forces would not join their Russian counterparts in adhering to the 36-hour Orthodox Christmas ceasefire, and accused Moscow of seeking to use the truce as a “cover” to stop the Ukrainian military’s advance and to bring more troops and equipment to the Donbass.
Ukrainian presidential advisor Mikhail Podolyak dismissed Patriarch Kirill’s ceasefire request as a “cynical trap and a piece of propaganda,” and suggested the Russian Orthodox Church is “not an authority for global Orthodoxy.”
President Biden also dismissed the truce, accusing Russia’s Putin of “trying to find some oxygen” and charging him with war crimes.
Six weeks ago, Revolver News published a blockbuster investigative report on Ray Epps — a man who, more than any other individual, appears to be the key unlocking the question of active federal involvement in the so-called “Capitol Siege” of January 6th.
Out of all of the thousands of January 6’s protesters, and the thousands of hours of publicly available footage from that fateful day, Ray Epps has turned out to be perhaps the only person nailed dead to rights confessing on camera to plotting a pre-planned attack on the Capitol. On both January 5 and January 6, Epps announced multiple times, at multiple locations, his upcoming plot to breach the US Capitol. He then spent hours attempting to recruit hundreds of others to join him. On top of it all, Epps was seen leading key people and managing key aspects of the initial breach of the Capitol grounds himself.
New Jersey will soon require students of all ages to be taught research skills, critical thinking, and other methods that can help them spot misinformation online.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday signed a bill that requires the Department of Education to create guidelines on media and information literacy for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
“Our democracy remains under sustained attack through the proliferation of disinformation that is eroding the role of truth in our political and civic discourse,” the governor said in a statement. “It is our responsibility to ensure our nation’s future leaders are equipped with the tools necessary to identify fact from fiction.”
The bipartisan bill requires the state’s education commissioner to empanel a committee that includes library media specialists and educators to draft learning standards that must teach students how to differentiate fact and opinion, use library resources to find scholarly articles, and understand economic, social, and legal factors related to the use of information.
Rep. Matt Gaetz officially nominated former President Donald Trump for House Speaker on Thursday during the chamber's 11th round of voting to see who would lead Congress and it's Republican majority. Gaetz was the only member of Congress to give his support to Trump for Speaker, as Trump has made plain that he would like McCarthy to take the post.
The nomination comes after Kevin McCarthy failed to win the 218 votes needed to become Speaker, with 20 GOP hold outs refusing to vote for McCarthy. Gaetz is among those 20, and has since Monday voted for Andy Biggs, Byron Donalds, and on Thursday, Trump. Those hold outs are Andy Biggs, Dan Bishop, Lauren Boebert, Josh Brecheen, Michael Cloud, Andrew Clyde, Eli Crane, Byron Donalds, Matt Gaetz, Bob Good, Paul Gosar, Andy Harris, Anna Paulina Luna, Mary Miller, Ralph Norman, Andy Ogles, Scott Perry, Matt Rosendale, Chip Roy, and Keith Self.
"Simply put, given his experience, there is no acceptable excuse for his misconduct," Judge Barbara Bellis said in a court decision released Thursday.
Pattis is one of the state's most well-known defense attorneys. He said he plans to appeal the decision.
"We cannot expect our system of justice or our attorneys to be perfect but we can expect fundamental fairness and decency. There was no fairness or decency in the treatment of the plaintiffs' most sensitive and personal information, and no excuse for the respondent's misconduct," Bellis wrote.