Vaunce News

🔒
❌ About FreshRSS
There are new available articles, click to refresh the page.
Today — January 19th 2022Your RSS feeds

Raiders' Maxx Crosby caught off guard by Mike Mayock's firing, hoping Rich Bisccia stays on as head coach

It felt inevitable that the Raiders would move on from general manager Mike Mayock after the team’s season ended at the hands of the Bengals Saturday, but that doesn’t mean everyone was on board.

NY Times Rails: GOP Making It ‘Harder For People of Color to Vote’

New York Times reporter Chris Cameron’s story Tuesday, covering a Martin Luther King Day march in the nation’s capital that was suffused with politicking (“Marchers Honor King and Call on Senate to Pass Voting Rights Legislation”) favorably passed along left-wing pot-stirring rhetoric on “voting rights,” unfiltered by journalistic nuance. He even added his own racial component: Each year, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday is commemorated with marches, services and speeches. But the annual peace walk across the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge had an additional purpose on Monday: pushing the Senate to pass new voting rights legislation. (The congressional legislation would combine the Freedom to Vote Act – federalizing voting, establishing nationwide standards for ballot access, and universal voting by mail -- and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, which would restore parts of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.) Cameron led the cheers: The holiday came one day before the Senate returns to debate what is expected to be a doomed effort to pass the legislation. Despite the near certain defeat, voting rights activists, Democratic officials and relatives of Dr. King said they were not giving up. He rounded up left-wing spokespeople to criticize Biden for being slow to act, while he added a racial component: Speakers at a news conference after the march sharply criticized members of the Senate and President Biden for their failure to enact voting reforms as they focused on other Democratic priorities -- and as voters’ rights have eroded under Supreme Court rulings and laws passed by Republican state legislatures that make it harder for people of color to vote. Not even Democratic senators were exempt from being thrown in the pit of racial iniquity, lumped in with their truly racist Democratic counterparts from 50 years ago: Other speakers at the event had sharp words for two centrist Democrats, Senators Joe Manchin III of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, who say they support the legislation but have rejected an overhaul of the filibuster that would allow Democrats to pass the bill with votes from only their caucus. “History will not remember them kindly,” Mr. King said, recounting his father’s criticism of the “white moderate who is more devoted to order than to justice.” He added that Dr. King was “surrounded by people who told him to wait until a more convenient time and to use more agreeable methods.” Cameron let House Speaker Nancy Pelosi crow about Martin Luther King, in a cynical attempt to exert pressure on the two outcast senators: She added: “If you really, truly want to honor Dr. King, don’t dishonor him by using a congressional custom as an excuse for protecting our democracy.” Cameron concluded by blandly forwarding this dishonorable attempt to suggest Republican-led state voting reforms, if not rolled back, would end in mass violence against blacks: The King family and other activists and lawmakers recounted moments from the nation’s civil rights history to support their calls for reform and warn of what they said would be the consequences of failure: a regression of civil rights and a new generation of voters of color who will be less enfranchised than their parents. They even raised the specter of violence, like the brutality that occurred in Selma, Ala., on Bloody Sunday. “We are once again at that precipice,” said Representative Terri A. Sewell of Alabama, a Democrat whose district includes Selma. “This is our mountain moment,” she added. “Will we give up? Give out? Or will we keep pressing forward?”

YouTuber Says Platform BARRED Interview with Famous Cardiologist Before Publishing

YouTube appears to have censored an interview between a British YouTube channel and Dr. Peter McCullough before it was even published. Censors now appear to nix videos before they are even published. “YouTube have banned my podcast with @P_McCulloughMD before we’ve even made it live for everyone,” the account purportedly representing The British Entrepreneur YouTube channel host Jon Joseph Bourgerie tweeted Jan. 11. The account, however, appeared to express anxiety that the interview undermining the left’s COVID-19 narrative would face Big Tech backlash when it tweeted: “YouTube podcast with @P_McCulloughMD complete! Out Friday! This is a great one with a great human. Let’s hope it doesn’t get banned.” The Bourgerie account posted a purported screenshot of YouTube’s comments on the video’s removal. The Bourgerie Twitter account said it appealed the video’s removal, declaring: “Interview with @P_McCulloughMD appeal not approved for ‘medical misinformation’… this is insanity. Thanks @YouTube. Podcast will be out Friday on @Apple and @Spotify let me know if you find any medical misinformation. You won’t.”  The account also called out @TeamYouTube, explaining: “Hi @TeamYouTube I understand you have to manage millions of videos but everything in this YouTube video 2sQ9_Md4aK0 with @P_McCulloughMD has references to everything said. “I hope this is just an error and we can share this conversation, it’s important for us all.” TeamYouTube responded by sharing a link to a guide on “why videos are taken down” but did not provide details on how Bourgerie’s video specifically violated YouTube policy or spread medical “misinformation”: “We recommend checking out this guide to know why videos are taken down based on the error message you see when you try to view it: https://yt.be/help/k9jQ. More on how we enforce our Community Guidelines: https://yt.be/help/AeP5. Reach back out if needed.” YouTube has censored an interview with Dr. McCullough before. It did so when he appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast in December. McCullough had told host Joe Rogan there was a “suppression of early treatment” in order to “create acceptance for, and then promote, mass vaccination.” The unverified Twitter account purportedly representing McCullough posted a link to what appeared to be his entire interview with Rogan on YouTube. A tweet from the account remarked: “Alright, we'll see how long this lasts up, great chat with @JoeRogan on health & C19 #PeterMcCulloughMD.” Inevitably, YouTube censored the video linked in the tweet, adding a notification that reads: “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.” The “learn more” link routes viewers to a Community Guidelines overview, including a link to YouTube’s so-called “COVID-19 medical misinformation policy.” Conservatives are under attack. Contact YouTube at (650) 253-0000 and demand that Big Tech mirror the First Amendment while providing transparency, clarity on “hate speech” and equal footing for conservatives. If you have been censored, contact us at the Media Research Center contact form, and help us hold Big Tech accountable.

President Biden, You’re No Bill Clinton

A lot of Bill Clinton’s problems were self-inflicted. Joe Biden’s problem is that he’s always going to be Joe Biden.

Former resident Bill Clinton attends a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative Action Network in San Juan, Puerto Rico, February 18, 2020.

MRC Launches Broad Effort to Address Congressional Censorship

The Media Research Center today launched a new initiative to stop Big Tech’s election interference. The MRC sent a letter to congressional staff to collect a comprehensive report of lawmakers censored by Big Tech. MRC Free Speech America in October found that social media companies censored GOP congressional lawmakers at a rate of 54-1 compared to congressional Democrats. Big Tech censored 18 different members of Congress from July 17, 2020, through Jan. 3, 2022, when the most recent instances of congressional censorship were recorded by CensorTrack. Social media platforms censored 17 Republicans and one Democrat, according to CensorTrack data. Instances of censorship included YouTube’s removal of a video of a panel on vaccine mandates and injuries posted by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI); Twitter’s censorship of Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) for “misgendering” Health and Human Services Deputy Secretary Rachel Levine; and, YouTube’s censorship of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) after he posted a video protesting the platform’s suppression of alternative COVID-19 perspectives. “It's time to stop Big Tech from interfering in our elections!” MRC Founder and President Brent Bozell tweeted Jan. 19. “Starting today, we are launching a comprehensive effort to address the censorship of members of Congress, their key staff and campaigns. If you've been censored, tell us at CensorTrack.org.” Here is the letter MRC sent to congressional offices: Dear Senior Staffer:  The Media Research Center is working on a comprehensive analysis of social media censorship against members of Congress, their staffs and campaigns. And we need your help to hold Big Tech accountable to our democratic process and make them stop putting themselves between your congressperson and the voters. We need your help on the Free Speech America Congress project.  The MRC’s Free Speech America division is launching the project in conjunction with our CensorTrack.org effort to quantify Big Tech censorship for all of Congress. Whether your congressperson is a Democrat, Republican or Independent, we want to track ALL instances of Big Tech censorship.  Here’s what we are looking for:  Contact us at censor@mrc.org with screenshots if your congressperson or any of the following have experienced Big Tech censorship online                ○ Official campaign account                ○ Official government account                ○ Chief of staff                ○ Press secretary                ○ Spokesperson Be sure that you take advantage of the platform’s appeal process immediately. But still let us know either way. Big Tech platforms guilty of censorship may include, but are not limited to:               ○ Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and TikTok               ○ The Google or Apple app stores               ○ Content sites like Substack, MailChimp or Medium               ○ Web hosting services such as Amazon Web Services or BlueHost                   ○ Financial websites like Square, GoFundMe, PayPal, Patreon and individual banks               ○ Event hosting sites such as Eventbrite.  We will be putting out reports with our findings, and will be tracking every incident in our CensorTrack.org database. In addition, we will be able to share links with you on Twitter to everything that we publish about your incident.  We appreciate your time and attention. Please let us know if we can help, and please let us know if you’ve been censored. Big Tech should not be allowed to suppress your free speech online, and we are here to help.  We appreciate your help, Dan Gainor Vice President Free Speech America Conservatives are under attack. Contact your representatives and demand that Big Tech be held to account to mirror the First Amendment while providing transparency, clarity on “hate speech” and equal footing for conservatives. If you have been censored, contact us at the CensorTrack contact form, and help us hold Big Tech accountable.

Another Horror Story about the Long Waits for Health Care in Canada

For patients who have waited for more than a year for spine procedures, Manitoba is sending hundreds of patients to . . . North Dakota.

A hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, November 2, 2020

‘It is False’ – Justices Gorsuch, Sotomayor and Roberts Rebuke NPR’s Report About Masking Feud #MaskGate

Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch and Sonia Sotomayor disputed NPR’s reporting on a so-called masking feud.

“Reporting that Justice Sotomayor asked Justice Gorsuch to wear a mask surprised us. It is false. While we may sometimes disagree about the law, we are warm colleagues and friends,” Gorsuch and Sotomayor said in a joint statement to the media.

NEW: A statement from Justices Sotomayor and Gorsuch:

"Reporting that Justice Sotomayor asked Justice Gorsuch to wear a mask surprised us. It is false. While we may sometimes disagree about the law, we are warm colleagues and friends."

— Adam Liptak (@adamliptak) January 19, 2022

Chief Justice Roberts chimed in and said he never asked Gorsuch or any other justice to wear a mask on the bench.

MORE JUST IN on Maskgate, this time from the Chief Justice: “I did not request Justice Gorsuch or any other Justice to wear a mask on the bench.”

— Robert Barnes (@scotusreporter) January 19, 2022

On Tuesday NPR reported Justice Sonia Sotomayor is still working remotely because fellow justice Neil Gorsuch refuses to wear a face mask.

Triple vaxxed Sotomayor, 67, is overweight and has diabetes so she is at high risk for severe illness or death from Covid.

“It was pretty jarring earlier this month when the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court took the bench for the first time since the omicron surge over the holidays. All were now wearing masks. All, that is, except Justice Neil Gorsuch. What’s more, Justice Sonia Sotomayor was not there at all, choosing instead to participate through a microphone setup in her chambers.” NPR’s Nina Totenberg reported.

“Now, though, the situation had changed with the omicron surge, and according to court sources, Sotomayor did not feel safe in close proximity to people who were unmasked. Chief Justice John Roberts, understanding that, in some form asked the other justices to mask up.” Totenberg said.

The post ‘It is False’ – Justices Gorsuch, Sotomayor and Roberts Rebuke NPR’s Report About Masking Feud #MaskGate appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Kamala Harris Will Fly to Honduras to Address Illegal Immigration in the US and to Attend Leftist Castro Inauguration

Kamala Harris can’t seem to find her way to the Southern border where millions crossed illegally under her and Joe Biden’s first year in the White House.  But she somehow will make it to Honduras to address the border crisis.

Kamala Harris was given the directive to address the border issues months ago.  Her response is to travel to Honduras.  The Daily Mail reports:

Vice President Kamala Harris is traveling to Honduras for the inauguration of President-elect Xiomara Castro in an effort to ‘address the root causes’ of illegal immigration.

The trip is part of Harris’ effort to ‘deepen the partnership’ between the US and Honduras to combat corruption and migration, as well as advance economic growth, the White House announced Tuesday.

Harris, 57, was tasked by President Joe Biden last year to lead the nation’s border crisis response and has faced widespread criticisms over her efforts within the role.

Republicans have mockingly nicknamed her the ‘border czar’ while also accusing her of being uninterested in actually visiting the US-Mexico border.

Since being named as the point person on the migrant crisis in March, Harris has visited the southern border just once, last June, when she spent a few hours in El Paso, Texas, before jetting off to her $5million Los Angeles mansion.

Meanwhile, illegal crossings at the border have skyrocketed since Biden took office.  Customs and Border Protection data shows agents have encountered more than 1.75 million migrants illegally crossing or attempting to seek asylum in the US last year.

President-elect Castro, a leftist, reportedly won the country’s election and is to take over the head of state position in late January while Harris is there.  Castro is a former first lady whose husband was removed by a military coup.

What Harris is going to do there to help the Southern border crisis she and Biden created remains unknown. 

The post Kamala Harris Will Fly to Honduras to Address Illegal Immigration in the US and to Attend Leftist Castro Inauguration appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

This discounted wireless Bluetooth thermometer is simply a must-have for all homes - CNET

Save 30% off the Trucheck forehead Bluetooth thermometer that tracks your readings so you can stay updated on the health of you and your loved ones.

To Punish Poor People Creepy Bill Gates Proposes Carbon Taxes at World Economic Forum (VIDEO)

Is he really this evil?
Creepy Bill Gates pushed for carbon taxes today at the World Economic Forum.

He wants to punish the poor and middle class.

There may not be any humans dying from global warming but they’ll certainly freeze in the winter when they can’t afford to heat their homes.

Go away, Bill Gates.

Via Midnight Rider.

The post To Punish Poor People Creepy Bill Gates Proposes Carbon Taxes at World Economic Forum (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Texas synagogue attack: yet more evidence of FBI corruption

Texas synagogue attack: yet more evidence of FBI corruption
This is true. The FBI showed its true colors in the Garland attack, and then in the Russian collusion hoax. It should be disbanded. But no one would dare even try to do so. “Texas Synagogue Attack Smells Like More Evidence Of FBI Corruption,” by Madeline Osburn, The Federalist, January 18, 2022: After all hostages were […]

France's Macron Calls For Abortion To Be Added To EU's Fundamental Rights Charter

French President Emmanuel Macron is calling for abortion to be added to the European Union's charter of fundamental rights.

US FAA OKs 62 Percent of Commercial Air Fleet for Some Landings in 5G Zones

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said it has issued new approvals on Wednesday for Boeing and Airbus planes that allow an estimated 62% of U.S. commercial airplanes to perform low-visibility landings at airports where 5G C-band is deployed.

Florida Woman Sues Southwest Airlines After Removal From Flight Over Mask

A Florida woman is suing Southwest Airlines for $10 million after she was removed from one of the airline's flights for not complying with mask rules, The Independent reported.

Florida Woman Sues Southwest Airlines After Removal From Flight Over Mask

A Florida woman is suing Southwest Airlines for $10 million after she was removed from one of the airline's flights for not complying with mask rules, The Independent reported.

Omicron in retreat

(Paul Mirengoff)

The following report won’t surprise folks who follow the pandemic closely, whether on Power Line or other reliable outlets, but it may contain details of which we were unaware. David Leonhardt of the New York Times writes:

The latest Omicron developments continue to be encouraging. New Covid-19 cases are plummeting in a growing list of places. The percentage of cases causing severe illness is much lower than it was with the Delta variant. And vaccines — particularly after a booster shot — remain extremely effective in preventing hospitalization and death.

As to the number of cases:

Since early last week, new cases in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey and New York have fallen by more than 30 percent. They’re down by more than 10 percent in Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. In California, cases may have peaked. . . .

If anything, the official Covid numbers probably understate the actual declines, because test results are often a few days behind reality. . . .

Many hospitals are still coping with a crushing number of patients, because Covid hospitalization trends often trail case trends by about a week. But even the hospital data shows glimmers of good news: The number of people hospitalized with Covid has begun declining over the past few days in places where Omicron arrived first.

As to the health risk currently posed by the virus, Leonhardt cites results from a study by British researchers at Oxford:

A typical 65-year-old American woman — to take one example — is five foot three inches tall and weighs 166 pounds. If she had been vaccinated and did not have a major Covid risk factor, like an organ transplant, her chance of dying after contracting Covid would be 1 in 872, according to the calculator. For a typical 65-year-old man, the risk would be 1 in 434.

Among 75-year-olds, the risk would be 1 in 264 for a typical woman and 1 in 133 for a typical man.

Those are meaningful risks. But they are not larger than many other risks older people face. In the 2019-20 flu season, about 1 out of every 138 Americans 65 and older who had flu symptoms died from them, according to the C.D.C.

And Omicron probably presents less risk than the British calculator suggests, because it uses data through the first half of 2021, when the dominant version of Covid was more severe than Omicron appears to be. . . .

For now, the available evidence suggests that Omicron is less threatening to a vaccinated person than a normal flu.

Looking ahead, Leonhard concludes:

[T]he U.S. may be only a few weeks away from the most encouraging Covid situation since early last summer, before the Delta variant emerged.

If that happens — and there is no guarantee it will. . . — it will be time to ask how society can move back toward normalcy and reduce the harsh toll that pandemic isolation has inflicted, particularly on children and disproportionately on low-income children.

I believe it’s already past that time.

Judge Magnuson: Covid trumps

(Scott Johnson)

In my post this morning on the imminent federal trial of the three Minneapolis police officers charged in the case of George Floyd, I mentioned the media restrictions imposed by Judge Paul Magnuson. Ballard Spahr attorney Leita Walker sent a five-page letter on behalf of 18 media clients (the Star Tribune, the New York Times, the AP, CBS, Fox, et al.) objecting to the restrictions directly to Judge Magnuson.

In her letter Leita asked Judge Magnuson to provide “the media unfettered access to the trial and the evidence it involves” and urged “the Court adjust plans for the trial.” Because the letter was not posted on the court’s electronic filing system, I asked Leita if she would forward a copy. She not only did so, she also sent me a copy of Judge Magnuson’s letter — hot off the press — denying her request (below).

Forget it, Leita. It’s Minnesota. Covid trumps.

I thought some readers might find Judge Magnuson’s letter of interest. I have embedded it below, with thanks to Leita Walker.

Letter to L Walker 01192022 by Scott Johnson on Scribd

Hero of the Week

(Steven Hayward)

The latest fad in college campus virtue-signaling is an “indigenous land acknowledgment,” in which a speaker or writer will preface a statement (though typically after declaring their pronouns—got to have the priorities in the correct hierarchy) with “We acknowledge that this university sits on the un-ceded land of the [fill in the local Indian tribe name here].” It has gone beyond pro-forma public announcements in many places, with faculty encouraged to include an “indigenous land acknowledgement” statement in the signature line of their emails, and even, at some universities, on course syllibi.

If afforded the opportunity (maybe someday), I want to ask: “If the land the university sits on rightfully belongs to an Indian tribe, why don’t we give it back?” At the very least, justice demands that Indians be compensated for the wrongful expropriation of their land. Failing that, how about some back rent? Or current rent? We’re talking justice here. If nothing else, at least allow the local Indian tribe to open a casino in the middle of campus, and call it “ongoing reparations.”

Prof. Stuart Reges

Needless to say the “land acknowledgement” is the cheapest and most embarrassing example of campus virtue-signaling yet.

Which brings me to my Hero of the Week: Stuart Reges, who is a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Washington. UW encourages faculty there to include a land acknowledgement statement on their course syllibi, and Prof. Reges decided to do so, though with a twist: he decided to ground his “land acknowledgement” statement in Marxist economics with the following version:

“I acknowledge that by the labor theory of property the Coast Salish people can claim historical ownership of almost none of the land currently occupied by the University of Washington.”

To be sure, the labor theory of value originates with Locke, but Marx’s application of Locke’s idea held that the value of the land over time should justly accrue to the people who added value to it, and that for the owners of the land to claim that value was to expropriate that value unjustly from the laborers who improved the place—in this case the builders and faculty of the University of Washington over a century.

Well as the internet click-bait cliche goes, you’ll never guess what happened next! Actually of course you do: a campus uproar over Prof. Reges’s “offensive” and “hurtful” statement, which somehow makes his classroom less “inclusive.” The director of the school of UW’s computer science ordered Reges to remove the statement from his course syllabus, because “it is offensive and creates a toxic environment in your course.” Reges refused, whereupon the director of the school removed it online without Prof. Reges’s permission, violating the first principle of academic freedom in the classroom. Further, the university is now saying that professors who include a land acknowledgement statement must use a university-approved version. In other words, at UW the land acknowledgement has become yet another coerced Maoist confession of collective guilt.

“I decided to see whether it was acceptable to present an alternate viewpoint,” said Reges. “Obviously their version of diversity does not include conservative viewpoints.” Of course not. “Diversity” on campus now means that while people look different, they must think the same thing.

Tucker: Politicians are allowing an attack on civilization

"Tucker Carlson Tonight" welcomed guests Candace Owens, Clint Ehrlich, Lance Ulanoff, Eva Vlaardingerbroek, and Yvette Herrell.

DC council candidate carjacked in broad daylight on camera demands stronger community policing

A Democratic candidate for Washington D.C. City Council carjacked in broad daylight by masked men in the nation’s capital over the weekend is demanding better community policing to tackle the public safety crisis, exasperated by an increased trend in young offenders carrying violent crime.

Merkel turns down UN job offer...


Merkel turns down UN job offer...


(Third column, 4th story, link)


UPDATE: Supremes deny mask drama report...


UPDATE: Supremes deny mask drama report...


(Second column, 8th story, link)


Jaguars' Lerentee McCray jailed after speeding, flipping the bird

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Lerentee McCray was arrested in Florida early Sunday morning following a high-speed pursuit after police attempted to pull him over, jail records show.

Nuggets to get Bryn Forbes from Spurs in 3-team trade

The Denver Nuggets have agreed to acquire veteran wing player Bryn Forbes from San Antonio as part of a three-team deal that also includes Boston, a person with direct knowledge of the negotiations told The Associated Press.

Ticket price hike for World Cup final in Qatar reaches 46%

The cost of attending the World Cup final is up to 46% higher in Qatar than the previous tournament in Russia, fans discovered Wednesday as tickets went on sale.

Postponements farce sees EPL explore tightening of rules

When Arsenal this week sent Pablo Mari away on loan and released Sead Kolasinac, trimming the squad looked perplexing for a club already struggling to muster a team to play.

NPR reporter fumes over Supreme Court statement refuting outlet's story, implies Gorsuch and Sotomayor lied

An NPR reporter appeared to call Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch and Sonia Sotomayor liars on Wednesday after they issued a joint statement disputing a recent NPR report as "false."

Michelle Alyssa Go subway attack: NYC mayor announces plans for more mental health services

New York City Mayor Eric Adams said he plans to step up mental health assistance in subways in the wake of the killing of Michelle Alyssa Go, who was pushed in front of an oncoming subway train by a man with a reported mental health history.

Ex says Clinton, Epstein were 'like brothers'...


Ex says Clinton, Epstein were 'like brothers'...


(Third column, 9th story, link)


Doing laundry getting more expensive...


Doing laundry getting more expensive...


(Second column, 7th story, link)


Detroit mom of 4 missing since December found dismembered in bags in house

The body of 32-year-old Latima Warren was found dismembered in bags scattered inside her home in Detroit after she went missing last month, according to local reports.

Soros-Funded Group Gets $158M Government Contract to Help Illegal Immigrants Avoid Deportation

A leftist group funded by billionaire George Soros secured a massive government contract to help illegal immigrants avoid being deported. The Vera Institute of Justice (VIJ), which “views immigration enforcement agencies as a ‘threat’ to civil liberties, secured a $158 million taxpayer-funded contract to help unaccompanied minors avoid deportation,” according to records obtained by Fox News reporter Joe Schoffstall. VIJ President and Director Nicholas Turner exploited the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor in the organization’s 2020 annual report to assail America as harboring “structural racism.”  In addition, Turner attacked the American criminal justice system as having “roots established in slavery.” Soros’ Open Society Foundations gave the VIJ at least $10,774,679 between 2016 and 2018. Schoffstall broke down the details of the group’s new contract from President Joe Biden’s administration: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) awarded the Vera Institute of Justice, a left-wing nonprofit that backs defunding the police, the contract in 2021 to ‘provide immigration related legal services to unaccompanied minors,’ according to USASpending, a federal contract database.  A blog published on the VIJ website by former Vera Project Director for the Reshaping Prosecution Program Jamila Hodge, called for dismantling the police. Her blog was headlined, “How can we change a system set up to control Black people? By radically dismantling it.” Her demands were extreme: “We must defund a system that perpetuates harm and instead shift investment to community solutions that work.” Immigration Reform Law Institute Investigative Associate Jason Hopkins reportedly described the VIJ to Schoffstall as “a behemoth progressive nonprofit based out of New York City with well over a $140 million budget, which they use to fund a slate of progressive causes and initiatives across the country.” According to Schoffstall, “Hopkins said the institute gets around half of its funding from the federal government. In fact, between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020, nearly $137 million of the group's $174 million in revenue came from government grants, the institute's most recent tax forms show.” Hopkins’ group reportedly estimated that “taxpayers will locally dish out at least $5.6 million in some cities for a deportation legal defense initiative Vera is involved with.”  Conservatives are under attack. Contact ABC News (818) 460-7477, CBS News (212) 975-3247 and NBC News (212) 664-6192 and demand they report on the VIJ’s anti-American activities, its government funding and its connections to left-wing financier George Soros.

Supreme Court justices push back on report of Covid mask rift

Statements from the court came after a report said Justice Gorsuch refused to wear a mask, despite a request from Chief Justice Roberts to do so.

VIDEO: The Same Media Who Hate Manchin and Sinema, Loved GOP Mavericks

Remember back in 2017 when the media called the late Senator John McCain a traitor for voting against his party’s own American Healthcare Act? No? Yeah, us neither. TV journalists always seem eager to praise any Republican Senator who’s willing to break party lines and vote against his or her own caucus. Yet strangely, these same talking heads now have nothing but contempt for Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) for refusing to fall in line with their caucus and vote to nuke the filibuster. When a Republican breaks ranks, the media call that “voting his conscience.” When Democrats do it, the same media accuse them of acting in “bad faith.” Look at how differently the media handle Republican and Democratic Senators who vote against the rest of their party:     When Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) voted to convict President Trump during the February 2020 impeachment trial, CNN’s John Avlon heaped saccharine praise on Romney: That was a true profile in courage speech that we just heard. That was the sound of a man who’d wrestled with his conscience, who tried to think bigger than partisan politics… NBC Nightly News praised the Senator for “voting his conscience,” and political director Chuck Todd declared him “the president of the Republican resistance to Donald Trump.” Then-Senator Jeff Flake received similar adulation in 2018 for delaying the confirmation vote for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. “He talks a lot about the need to put conscience over party and principle over partisan loyalty,” gushed Atlantic writer McKay Coppins on CNN Newsroom. Now that the Senators breaking with the rest of their party are Democrats, the same establishment media can barely suppress their disdain. On the December 21, 2021 edition of MSNBC’s The ReidOut, host Joy Reid declared Senator Manchin the recipient of her esteemed “absolute worst” award, “for his bad faith, fake negotiating, and obstruction of a bill that would truly help his constituents.” A few weeks later on that same show, Mother Jones reporter Ari Berman whined: “Kyrsten Sinema didn’t just disrespect Joe Biden, she disrespected American Democracy.” But it was The View co-host Joy Behar who most succinctly summed up the press’s gripe with Manchin and Sinema: “Why do they call themselves Democrats when they refuse to do what the party leader wants them to do?” To the American media, anyone who dares hamper the Democratic agenda is a bad actor, while those who stymie Republicans’ legislative goals are brave and heroic. Sure, it’s a double standard, but at least they’re being consistent about what they want.

Biden administration announces plan to confront worsening wildfires

The plan quadruples the government's fuels and forest health treatments as wildfires grow more frequent and intense with climate change.

Disney taps Rebecca Campbell to head new content group as it gears up for international streaming push

Disney has formed a new international content group to expand its pipeline in local and regional markets and bolster its global subscriber numbers.

Starbucks Nixes Covid Vaccine Requirement After Supreme Court Strikes Down Biden OSHA Mandate

Starbucks on Tuesday announced it will no longer require employees to be vaccinated against Covid after the Supreme Court ruling.

The US Supreme Court last Thursday blocked Joe Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate for businesses with 100+ employees.

“Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly,” the court wrote in an unsigned opinion.

“Requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans, selected simply because they work for employers with more than 100 employees, certainly falls in the latter category,” the court wrote.

The American coffeehouse giant sent a memo to its employees late Tuesday announcing it will be reversing its vaccine mandate to comply with the Supreme Court ruling.

AP reported:

Starbucks is no longer requiring its U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, reversing a policy it announced earlier this month.

In a memo sent Tuesday to employees, the Seattle coffee giant said it was responding to last week’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. In a 6-3 vote, the court rejected the Biden administration’s plan to require vaccines or regular COVID testing at companies with more than 100 workers.

“We respect the court’s ruling and will comply,” Starbucks Chief Operating Officer John Culver wrote in the memo.

Starbucks’ reversal is among the most high-profile corporate actions in response to the Supreme Court ruling. Many other big companies, including Target, have been mum on their plans.

General Electric Co last Friday suspended its vaccine or test requirement for its 174,000 employees after the Supreme Court blocked Joe Biden’s OSHA mandate.

The post Starbucks Nixes Covid Vaccine Requirement After Supreme Court Strikes Down Biden OSHA Mandate appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Starbucks Decides Enforcing an Employee Vaccine Mandate Is Too Much Trouble

Starbucks decided to drop its planned employee Covid-19 vaccine mandate.

A Starbucks sign on one of the company stores in Los Angeles, Calif., October 19, 2018

Cramer says avoid 'clown companies' with no earnings, look for buys in tech drop

Investors should look to individual companies for potential buying opportunities a day after a big sell-off in the market, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.

Navalny: U.S. Reacting to Putin Like a ‘Frightened Schoolboy’

Alexei Navalny criticized the current U.S. approach to dealing with the Kremlin, which he says places too much of an emphasis on European security matters.

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny takes part in a rally in Moscow, Russia February 29, 2020.

Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Slips, Admits Democrats’ Federal Elections Takeover Bill is Inspired by Venezuelan Socialist Hugo Chavez (VIDEO)

That awkward moment when a Democrat tells the truth.

Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries on Wednesday slipped and admitted the Democrats’ federal elections takeover bill was inspired by Venezuelan Communist-Socialist dictator Hugo Chavez.

The Democrats’ ‘voting rights’ bill will eliminate voter ID, legalize ballot harvesting and force taxpayers to pay for campaigns.

The election bill will essentially eliminate chain of custody and make it easier for Democrats to steal elections.

Jeffries quickly corrected himself after he realized he let the truth slip.

“…Inspired by Hugo Chavez…Cesar Chavez — when inspired by all of these leaders…” Jeffries said.

VIDEO:

The post Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Slips, Admits Democrats’ Federal Elections Takeover Bill is Inspired by Venezuelan Socialist Hugo Chavez (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Stocks making the biggest moves midday: SoFi, Procter & Gamble, U.S. Bancorp and more

These are the stocks posting the largest moves in midday trading.

Big banks are slashing overdraft fees—here's how to avoid them altogether

More and more major banks are eliminating overdraft and non-sufficient fund fees for customers.

Best soft mattresses of 2022 - CNET

If you like your mattresses to feel like a cloud, these soft mattresses offer the ideal combination of sink and support.

Blackburn Muslim Community Backtracks on Hoping Texas Terrorist Goes to ‘Highest Ranks of Paradise’

Blackburn Muslim Community Backtracks on Hoping Texas Terrorist Goes to ‘Highest Ranks of Paradise’
1 The original message by the Blackburn Muslim Community on the Muslim terrorist who took a Reform Temple hostage in Texas read as follows. “Faisal Akram has sadly departed from this temporary world and returned to his Creator. He was the son of Mohammed Malik Akram and the brother of Gulbar, Malik, Nasar, Yassar and […]

Billionaires made $5 trillion in the past year—and their wealth is growing at an 'unprecedented' rate

Oxfam International's "Inequality Kills" report found that the richest people in the world saw their wealth increase by $5 trillion since March 2021.

Peacemaker's Danielle Brooks on superhero stories: 'No shade, but where's the humanity at?' - CNET

The former Orange Is the New Black star loved being a plus-sized Black woman at the heart of DC and HBO Max's outrageous superhero show.

4K streaming for less: Save 25% on Amazon's Fire TV Stick Max today - CNET

Snag the powerful streaming stick from Amazon for just $40 and bring new life into your home entertainment setup.

DOJ Plans to Give Jan. 6 House Panel 4 Pages of Trump Records

The House select committee investigating events surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol will receive four pages of Trump White House records Wednesday evening, the Department of Justice said.

Prince's Estate Valued at $156.4 Million

The final valuation of Prince's estate, which has been in legal turmoil since the music icon died in 2016 without leaving a will behind, has been reported at $156.4 million.

Alec Baldwin Sued After Accusing Woman of Taking Part in Capitol Riot

Actor Alec Baldwin faces a defamation lawsuit after he accused a woman of being an "insurrectionist" and claimed that she attended the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 last year, which she denies, the New York Post reports.

Browns' Malik McDowell Arrested for Public Exposure, Assaulting an Officer

Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Malik McDowell was arrested in Florida for exposing himself near a learning center for children then attacking a deputy, according to reports.

Supreme Court Denies Sotomayor, Gorsuch Mask Dispute

The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a statement denying that Justice Sonia Sotomayor had demanded that Justice Neil Gorsuch wear a mask during oral arguments.

Politico Poll: Majority Say Biden Not 'Capable of Leading the Country'

Many Americans give President Joe Biden a failing grade for his first year in office, according to a new Politico/Morning Consult poll that also found that 51% disagreed with the statement that "Biden is capable of leading the country."

Britain Ends All COVID Passports, Mask Mandates, Work Restrictions

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the end of COVID-19 measures introduced to curb the rapid spread of the omicron variant in England as he looks to live with the virus after a peak in cases.

NFL fines Bucs' Bruce Arians $50,000 for hitting Andrew Adams' helmet during wild-card game

The NFL has fined Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians $50,000 for hitting safety Andrew Adams on the helmet during Sunday’s wild-card game against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a report.

Earth's core cooling faster than previously thought, researchers say...


Earth's core cooling faster than previously thought, researchers say...


(Third column, 15th story, link)


Everytown for Gun Safety endorses Reps. McBath and Newman in primaries

Everytown for Gun Safety endorsed Democratic Reps. Lucy McBath and Marie Newman on Wednesday over the Democratic incumbents they're challenging in two pivotal primaries of the 2022 election cycle.

Biden administration in court to defend controversial Trump-era border policy

The Biden administration will be in court Wednesday defending the use of a controversial Trump-era policy that's resulted in more than 1 million expulsions of migrants arrested at the US-Mexico border.

Parents file lawsuit against Virginia governor over order ending school mask mandates

A group of parents of public school students in Chesapeake, Virginia, filed a lawsuit Tuesday asking Virginia's Supreme Court to block a new executive order issued by Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin that makes masks voluntary for children in the state's public schools.

Boris Johnson claps back against calls to resign amid 'partygate' scandal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson defied calls to resign in a feisty performance Wednesday in Parliament — but it may be too little to prevent a push by Conservative lawmakers to oust him.

3 police officers charged with manslaughter in fatal shooting of 8-year-old Fanta Bility

Three Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania, police officers were charged Tuesday in connection with the shooting death of 8-year-old Fanta Bility while she exited a high school football game on August 27, 2021, prosecutors said.

Texas wildfire forces residents to evacuate

A prescribed fire in Central Texas apparently "got out of its boundaries" Tuesday and swelled to hundreds of acres, forcing some residents to evacuate, local officials said.

Breitbart News Daily Podcast Ep. 54: Dem Infighting and Failure Presents the GOP an Opportunity; Guest: Rep. Michael Waltz

Our guest Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) discusses China’s Genocide Games and the opportunity the GOP has to win this year’s midterms as the left’s policies continue to fail and Democrat infighting escalates.

new_episode_960x540

Our guest Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) discusses China’s Genocide Games and the opportunity the GOP has to win this year’s midterms as the left’s policies continue to fail and Democrat infighting escalates.

Texas Army National Guardsman Fires Upon Smuggler’s Vehicle near Border

A Texas Army National Guardsman fired upon a human smuggler’s vehicle with his M-4 rifle after the suspect reportedly accelerated toward a fellow soldier. The Chrysler 300 was observed picking up six migrants south of Laredo on Tuesday.

Texas National Guard at Border in Los Ebanos, Texas

A Texas Army National Guardsman fired upon a human smuggler’s vehicle with his M-4 rifle after the suspect reportedly accelerated toward a fellow soldier. The Chrysler 300 was observed picking up six migrants south of Laredo on Tuesday.

Poll: GOP Leads Democrats by Double Digits on Economy, National Security, Jobs

The Republican Party leads Democrats by double-digits on the economy, national security, and jobs creation, a Wednesday Politico/Morning Consult poll revealed.

House Republicans Hold Press Conference On Biden Administration's Agenda

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 17: House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) speaks outside the U.S. Capitol November 17, 2021 in Washington, DC. McCarthy and other members of the Republican caucus spoke on U.S. President Joe Bidens domestic agenda as his Build Back Better initiative nears a vote in the House. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Democrat Mark Kelly Backs Breaking Filibuster to Pass Voting Rights Reform

Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) said in a statement on Wednesday that he would support changes to break the filibuster to pass two voting rights reform bills.

Mark Kelly

US Senator Mark Kelly, Democrat of Arizona, speaks during the Senate Finance Committee hearing on the nomination of Chris Magnus to be the next US Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, October 19, 2021. (Photo by Rod LAMKEY / POOL / AFP) (Photo by ROD LAMKEY/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Poll: Majority Believe Joe Biden Incapable of Leading the Country

A majority of respondents to a Wednesday Politico/Morning Consult poll said they believe President Joe Biden was incapable of leading the country.

biden-walking-away-building-a-better-america-getty

A majority of respondents to a Wednesday Politico/Morning Consult poll said they believe President Joe Biden was incapable of leading the country.

Oregon Officials Float Making Indoor Mask Mandate Permanent

Oregon's health officials are considering making the indoor mask mandate permanent, which requires everyone age five and older to wear a mask in indoor public spaces.

masks for all

A man in a face mask walks by a sign posted on a boarded up restaurant in San Francisco, California on April 1, 2020. - All 40 million residents of California were Thursday ordered to stay at home indefinitely in a bid to battle the coronavirus pandemic in the nation's most populous state. (Photo by Josh Edelson / AFP) (Photo by JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images)

Kari Lake: As Governor I'll Issue a 'Declaration of Invasion' and Close the Border

Breitbart News sat down with Arizona gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake during Turning Point USA's Americafest. She said she will issue a "Declaration of Invasion" on day one in office in order to begin closing the Arizona/Mexico border.

Trump Arizona

Arizona Republican candidate for governor Kari Lake gives an interview as she attends a Save America Rally prior to former President Donald Trump speaking at the rally Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022, in Florence, Ariz.

Biden Administration to Distribute 400 Million N95 Masks

The Biden administration plans to make 400 million N95 masks available to Americans for free, a White House official told CNN.

Nolte: Texas Rabbi's Account of Hostage Escape Contradicts FBI Spin

We were told the FBI saved three hostages in a Texas synagogue. That appears to be yet another FBI lie. 

FBI Special Agent In Charge Matthew DeSarno speaks at a news conference near the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue on January 15, 2022 in Colleyville, Texas. All four people who were held hostage at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue have been safely released after more than 10 hours of being held captive by a gunman. Earlier this morning, police responded to a hostage situation after reports of a man with a gun was holding people captive. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)

We were told the FBI saved three hostages in a Texas synagogue. That appears to be yet another FBI lie. 

VP Kamala Harris Claims Attending Honduran President Inauguration Will Deter Illegal Immigration

Vice President Kamala Harris and the left-wing media are promoting the idea that a trip to attend the inauguration of Honduras President-Elect Xiomara Castro is part of “efforts to deter migration.”

US-POLITICS-HARRIS

US Vice President Kamala Harris speaks in the South Court Auditorium of the White House in Washington, DC, on January 17, 2022. - Harris is delivering virtual remarks to the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church for their Martin Luther King, Jr. Beloved Community Commemorative Service. (Photo by Nicholas Kamm / AFP) (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images)

Republicans in Congress Praise ‘Parent Revolution’ Fighting Back Against School Mandates

Republican leaders and concerned parents spoke Tuesday about issues, such as remote learning and forced masking of children, that they believe are becoming increasingly detrimental to students’ academic development and mental health.

TOPSHOT-US-HEALTH-EDUCATION-VIRUS

TOPSHOT - Student wear facemasks as they attend their first day in school after summer vacation at the St. Lawrence Catholic School  in north of Miami, on August 18, 2021. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP) (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images)

Howard Stern: Hospitals Should Refuse to Treat Unvaccinated -- 'Go Home and Die'

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Radio personality Howard Stern said Wednesday on his Sirius XM show "The Howard Stern Show" that the unvaccinated who get infected with COVID-19 would be refused service from hospitals.

Nolte: Joe Biden's Job Approval Falls to Record Low in RCP Poll Average

His Frauduelency Joe Biden's job approval rating crashed to a record low Wednesday in the RealClearPolitics poll of polls.

polling returns for joe biden

US President Joe Biden speaks to the press after meeting with the Senate Democratic Caucus on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, January 13, 2022. - Biden met with Democratic lawmakers to discuss the passing of legislation to protect the constitutional right to vote and the integrity of elections. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

Establishment Reporters Say They Will Ask Joe Biden Serious Questions at Year-One Presser After Softball Campaign

The establishment media on Wednesday said it will ask President Biden serious questions about the failures of his administration at his year-one press conference.

Biden Press

FILE - President Joe Biden speaks during a news conference in the East Room of the White House, March 25, 2021, in Washington. As President Joe Biden wraps up his first year in the White House, he has held fewer news conferences than any of his five immediate predecessors at the same point in their presidencies, and has taken part in fewer media interviews than any of his recent predecessors. That's according to new research from Towson University professor emerita Martha Joynt Kumar.

Nolte: NPR Story About Neil Gorsuch Refusing to Wear Mask Debunked as Fake News

Fox News says NPR's story about Justice Sotomayor being forced to work from, home because Gorsuch won't wear a mask is fake news.

Neil Gorsuch

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Neil M. Gorsuch arrive to the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2021 in Washington, DC. During today's inauguration ceremony Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Poll: Joe Biden Approval Rating Hits Record Low as He Reaches One Year as President

President Joe Biden continues suffering record-low approval ratings as he marks one year as president.

polling numbers for biden

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 14: U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks about the work being done by his administration to implement the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building's South Court Auditorium on January 14, 2022 in Washington, DC. "There's a lot of talk about disappointments and things we haven't gotten done -- we're gonna get a lot of them done, I might add -- but this is something we did get done. And it's of enormous consequence to the country," Biden said. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

University of Michigan reaches $490M settlement after sex abuse allegations against doctor

The University of Michigan has reached a settlement agreement with attorneys for about 1,050 people who say they were abused by the late Dr. Robert Anderson, a former university physician, UM announced Wednesday.

UPDATE: NFL Prescott 'Deeply Regrets' Comments About Fans Throwing Trash at NFL Referees...


UPDATE: NFL Prescott 'Deeply Regrets' Comments About Fans Throwing Trash at NFL Referees...


(Third column, 12th story, link)


Texas teen charged with murder of girlfriend who was shot 22 times after learning of affair, police say

Frank Deleon Jr., 17, has been charged in connection to the murder of his 16-year-old girlfriend, Diamond Alvarez, who authorities say was shot 22 times last week after she learned of her boyfriend's affair.

Lily Tomlin to receive 'Movies for Grownups' award

Lily Tomlin is this year's recipient of AARP The Magazine Movies for Grownups Awards career achievement honor.

Bozell on Stories Media CENSORED During Biden’s Disastrous First Year

Appearing on Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co. Wednesday morning, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell hammered the leftist media for refusing to cover numerous bad news stories during President Biden’s disastrous first year in office. Bozell called out Biden for lying on multiple topics and wondered when anyone in the liberal press would call out the President’s dishonesty. “Brent, how did the media cover his first year, which was full of crises and failures?,” anchor Stuart Varney asked. Referring to Biden’s upcoming press conference marking the first year of his presidency, Bozell joked: “...he’s spending two days preparing, for what? He’s going to read a teleprompter, then he’s gonna turn his back and say. ‘My staff told me I’ve gotta leave now.’ There’s nothing this man needs to prepare for.”     He then listed all of the Biden administration failures that have been ignored by a complicit left-wing media: How the media cover him – you know, if the media were doing their job, they would be reporting today the list of deceitful statements he’s going to make. What are some of the things that the media have not covered all year? The one thing they’ve covered is Afghanistan and the debacle in Afghanistan. They had to, the entire world was watching, so they had to cover that. But look at the things that they’re not covering, the absolute dysfunction of the CDC that does not know what it’s doing it its policies are destroying a generation of young people. The absolute arrogance of unions, of teachers’ unions, who are not allowing children to be taught. The fact that the President lied when he said, looking right at the camera, that $3.5 billion in spending wasn't going to cost anything. The fact that he said only the super-rich were going to be taxed. Under his plans, everyone’s going to be taxed. The fact that his energy policies – his own energy policies – have caused those $4.50 and $5 a gallon prices that you’re seeing now. Bozell then singled out Biden’s wildly offensive rhetoric regarding radical voting legislation being pushed by Democrats: “...my most favorite one that they won’t cover is the voting rights debate. What voting rights do we need? Where am I going to see the very first story where someone’s gonna say there’s not one person in the United States of America whose voting rights were taken away? Not one, not one.” Varney then noted how Biden’s “Atlanta speech on voting rights was a disaster, but White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is again defending the President and that speech.” After playing a soundbite of Psaki laughably claiming the address – in which Biden compared opponents to George Wallace and Jefferson Davis – “was not a partisan speech,” Varney remarked: “Please, not partisan? He compared Republicans to segregationists.” Bozell slammed Biden’s incendiary tirade: “That was one of the ugliest speeches I’ve ever heard. He is trying to divide this country racially and calling people racist in order to do that....I think it’s deplorable.” Here is a full transcript of the January 19 segment: 11:20 AM ET STUART VARNEY: Now look who’s here, Brent Bozell. Our media guy of the morning. Brent, how did the media cover his first year, which was full of crises and failures? BRENT BOZELL: I think it’s very interesting how that last segment ended, that he’s spending two days preparing, for what? He’s going to read a teleprompter, then he’s gonna turn his back and say. “My staff told me I’ve gotta leave now.” There’s nothing this man needs to prepare for. How the media cover him – you know, if the media were doing their job, they would be reporting today the list of deceitful statements he’s going to make. What are some of the things that the media have not covered all year? The one thing they’ve covered is Afghanistan and the debacle in Afghanistan. They had to, the entire world was watching, so they had to cover that. But look at the things that they’re not covering, the absolute dysfunction of the CDC that does not know what it’s doing it its policies are destroying a generation of young people. The absolute arrogance of unions, of teachers’ unions, who are not allowing children to be taught. The fact that the President lied when he said, looking right at the camera, that $3.5 billion in spending wasn't going to cost anything. The fact that he said only the super-rich were going to be taxed. Under his plans, everyone’s going to be taxed. The fact that his energy policies – his own energy policies – have caused those $4.50 and $5 a gallon prices that you’re seeing now. And then, what I love so much, my most favorite one that they won’t cover is the voting rights debate. What voting rights do we need? Where am I going to see the very first story where someone’s gonna say there’s not one person in the United States of America whose voting rights were taken away? Not one, not one. VARNEY: You know exactly what they are gonna cover on a daily basis, and that’s January the 6th. They’ll never leave that alone because it’s the only thing they’ve got. BOZELL: Yes. “Donald Trump, Donald Trump, Donald Trump.” The legacy of Donald Trump is they can’t stop attacking Donald Trump. VARNEY: That’s his legacy. Look, I thought that the Atlanta speech on voting rights was a disaster, but White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is again defending the President and that speech. Just watch this please. JOE BIDEN: So I ask every elected official in America, how do you want to be remembered? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?! JEN PSAKI: It was not a partisan speech. It was intended to lay out for the public exactly what’s at stake and layout for elected officials what’s at stake. VARNEY: Please, not partisan? He compared Republicans to segregationists. Have at it, Brent. BOZELL: That was one of the ugliest speeches I’ve ever heard. VARNEY: Yes, agreed. BOZELL: He is trying to divide this country racially and calling people racist in order to do that. What’s happening here? His base, his black base, is starting to leave the Democratic Party. If more – if a very small percentage more leave, the Democratic Party is in ruins and they know it. So they’re desperately trying to keep that bleeding by calling whites racist and by calling Republicans racist. I think it’s deplorable – talk about deplorable. I don’t know that I’ve ever heard a President of the United States stoop so low with personal attacks. VARNEY: Agreed. Let’s see what comes up this afternoon. I’ll be watching, you’ll be watching, the world will be watching I suspect. Brent Bozell, thank you sir, see you soon. BOZELL: Thank you, Stuart. 

CensorTrack with TR: Big Tech PURGES Free Speech Backer, Dan Bongino

It’s Episode Twenty-One of MRC’s newest video series, CensorTrack with TR. This week we talked about how Big Tech silenced Fox News host Dan Bongino for voicing his thoughts. YouTube suspended Bongino from posting videos for one week following supposed “misinformation.” Bongino has 850,000 subscribers on YouTube whom, for the time being, he cannot reach on that platform.  Bongino backs an alternate social media platform, Rumble, which noted its solidarity with Bongino via Twitter. Rumble tweeted: “Dan Bongino, one of the most vocal supporters of free speech and the 1st amendment was just suspended on YouTube where their CEO says free speech is a ‘core value’. Freedom of expression is a human right, full stop. @dbongino & all creators, we have your back. #StandWithDan.” YouTube and Twitter have previously censored Bongino for various other posts. An online advertising group called Outbrain dissolved a contract agreement it had with Bongino for alleged “violation of the terms of our agreement,” according to a screenshot Bongino shared on his Twitter page.  The common theme amongst Bongino’s censorship is that Big Tech silences speech that contradicts leftist ideology. As Bongino is outwardly conservative, Big Tech takes every chance they get to silence the free speech-advocating and First Amendment-supporting man that Bongino is.  Watch below for the twenty-first episode of CensorTrack with TR! We encourage you to post it and share it across all social media. If you have been censored, contact us at www.CensorTrack.org, and use #FreeSpeech to point out more of Big Tech’s unacceptable bias.      Check out our recent episodes: Missed That! Twitter Got Its Medical Degree? YouTube Hides Youth Lecture Against Socialism Big Tech HATES CHRISTmas! Year of Anti-Trump, Anti-Life & Anti-Free Speech Big Tech Is NOT Smarter Than Scientists And more!  Conservatives are under attack. If you have been censored, contact us at the Media  Research Center contact form, and help us hold Big Tech accountable.

The Quest to Destroy Work

This week, after spending time vacationing in the disease-ridden hellscape known as Florida, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., came down with COVID-19. It was a tragic blow to the irrepressible Instagram star, who was forced to quarantine. But then, like an extraordinarily inaniloquent phoenix rising from the ashes of the dread omicron variant, she returned to her web audience with a message for the ages. “Welp, so it happened,” she wrote, in truly Tolstoyan fashion. “Got COVID, probably omicron. As of today I am thankfully recovered and wrapping up quarantine, but COVID was no joke. For a while I've noted the term 'mild' is misleading when the bar is hospitalization and death.” After dispensing with the preliminary medical advice, Ocasio-Cortez got down to business -- or rather, to the business of avoiding doing business. She explained, “The idea of forcing people to work just 5 days after symptoms start is sociopathic and 100% informed by a culture that accepts sacrificing human lives for profit margins as a fair trade.” Now, this is, to put it mildly, dumb as a box of rocks. No one is suggesting that people with significant COVID-19 symptoms ought to go back to work. And nobody is sacrificing human lives by encouraging those with waning or no symptoms to return to the office. Businesses cannot run without employees. Fortunately for us, the brilliant, “So Fresh, So Face” congresswoman has a solution: community. And by community, she means government. And by government, she means your money. “If you've noticed,” she writes, “much of the emphasis on media conversations on COVID are individualistic -- if there's one lesson I think we as a country are repeating until we learn, it's that community and collective good is our best shot through our greatest challenges -- way more than discorded acts of 'rugged individualism' and the bootstrap propaganda we've been spoon-fed since birth ... In a world of MEs, let's build team WE. (Blue heart emoji)” So, what exactly is the illustrious congresswoman proposing? Presumably, that businesses pay people to stay home if they are mildly symptomatic or asymptomatic; or that the government regulate businesses into such activity; or that taxpayers pay the freight. This accords with other proposals from Ocasio-Cortez, such as her Green New Deal idea to provide “economic security to all those who are unable or unwilling to work.” And Ocasio-Cortez's message is mirrored by even higher-level politicians like Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who once proposed that Americans be provided nationalized health care so that they could leave their jobs en masse, thereby freeing them to “be a photographer or a writer or a musician, whatever, an artist.” In the view of the far Left, work is a bad, foisted upon unwilling individuals by a cruel and arbitrary system. If only the system could be run properly, in top-down fashion by great minds like Ocasio-Cortez or Pelosi, Americans would be freed from the tyranny of everyday life. Of course, precisely the opposite is true. Someone, as it turns out, has to pay the bills. And what's more, Americans generally like working. They find work fulfilling. Depression rates are twice as high among the unemployed than the employed -- and more than three times as high for those unemployed for more than 27 weeks. Most Americans aren't eager to spend their days locked in their apartments waiting for government checks. And they're even less eager to spend more money at the store thanks to supply issues caused by lack of production due to labor shortages. But Ocasio-Cortez and Pelosi don't have to worry about all of that. Ocasio-Cortez can always Instagram Live from her apartment or Zoom into congressional conference calls. And she never has to worry about the profit margins she spends so much time deriding; she can undercut those for others at her leisure. Democrats used to pose as the party of labor. Now, they're increasingly the party of those who wish to avoid it at all costs. Ben Shapiro, 38, is a graduate of UCLA and Harvard Law School, host of “The Ben Shapiro Show,” and editor-in-chief of DailyWire.com. He is the author of the New York Times bestsellers “How To Destroy America In Three Easy Steps,” “The Right Side Of History,” and “Bullies.”

'Big Ben' Excited to Be Focused on Faith, Family After Career

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger likely concluded an illustrious 18-year career in the NFL after a 42-21 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Wild Card round of the playoffs on Sunday. While the end of a football career is daunting to some, “Big Ben” is incredibly optimistic about what the future holds and is satisfied with what he accomplished in his career. The two-time Super Bowl champion and six-time Pro Bowler said that his priorities are going to be being the best family leader possible and being more outspoken about his faith. “Didn’t end the way we wanted it to, but it’s a blessing to play this football game. How lucky are we that we get to play football for a living? We have to count our blessings … I am excited. Just because I get to go home tonight…being a husband and father, you never take a day off. You got to keep going. And so, as we move from one chapter to the next, it’s going to be different, but it’s going to be fun” Roethlisberger said. “I’m going to do everything I can to be the best husband and father I can be and try to expand God’s kingdom.” His full interview with the media after the defeat to the Chiefs is below: Ben Roethlisberger addresses the media: pic.twitter.com/l3eeMO4MQY — Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) January 17, 2022 Most guys would probably use the influence and money they’ve gained from the NFL to live the high life, buy fancy cars and pick up whatever number of women their heart desires. But it is encouraging that Roethlisberger has his mindset on things of lasting value after football and devoting himself to his faith and his family (something this country desperately needs more of). Hopefully, he will have as much success in those areas of his life as he did on the gridiron. The gunslinger will finish his career ranked in the top 10 in most of the major passing categories, easily vaulting him to being in the conversation for one of the top-10 quarterbacks of all time. He holds the record for most victories decided by six points or less in NFL history (a testament to his ability to close out tight games) and is the youngest quarterback to win a Super Bowl. Although he was often a polarizing figure, his impact on the last two decades of football cannot be underestimated and he will likely end up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Senate to vote on doomed voting rights bills, filibuster changes in final push for Democrats

Both voting rights legislation and a change to filibuster rules are expected to fail in Senate votes.

FTC Chair Lina Khan says agency won't back down in the face of intimidation from Big Tech

In a CNBC exclusive, the Federal Trade Commission chair sat down for her first on-camera interview.

We break down Morgan Stanley’s solid fourth-quarter earnings

At ~$96 a share (down ~9% over the past week), we believe shares to be presenting a buying opportunity despite the strong report.

Working With Biden on Build Back Better

Biden’s Build Back Better was originally promoted as a Keynesian effort to restore the economy after Covid-19; inflation has undercut that justification. The bill’s revenue provisions carefully forswear the imposition of carbon taxes or taxes on “carried equity,” an apparent attempt to fulfill a campaign promise not to tax persons with incomes of less than $400,000 per year. The tax provisions would provide a winning political formula if the Hamptons and Martha’s Vineyard were given a cumulative 350 electoral college votes.

Discussion of the bill has been confined to its price tag with no assessment of the merits of its programs. Consider here the bill’s largest component, which is intended to fight “climate change.” It is designed to move motor vehicles from gasoline to electricity power. Even Elon Musk, who has reaped his billions from electric-car subsidies, is dubious about the need for the expansion of such subsidies. Since 30 percent of the country still relies on coal as the marginal fuel for power plants, using electricity instead of gasoline to fuel millions of cars will scarcely aid the environment. The bill also does not explain why the natural gas technology used by the Germans during World War II and in bus fleets since is not more promising—if less pure, since it reduces rather than eliminates carbon emissions.

The people of Texas, like past residents of New York City, have learned that interruptions of the electrical grid, even for a few hours or days, results in chaos and lost productivity. The grid, unlike gas-fed automobiles, is subject to weather dislocations and an easy target for cyberwarfare. There are risks not only to society at large but individuals. Failing to fill a gas tank can be remedied within minutes, while failing to flip an electric switch to charge a car can produce a 12-hour delay.

The bill’s proposed investment in personal transportation is strange. Hitherto “progressive” economists like John Kenneth Galbraith have not been devotees of what Mrs. Thatcher called “the great automobile society.” Why would progressive invest in automobiles rather than, say, high school science teaching? It’s also hard to justify the bill’s preference for some renewables, like wind and solar, over others, like nuclear and hydroelectric power.

The entire “global warming” program is the product of a moral panic, not rational planning. One can believe that man-made warming is real without forgetting that its effects will be gradual and are likely to be mitigated by human innovation and adaptation—even in the absence of government action. Inhabitants of low-slung islands and flood plains will move elsewhere. Home-builders will improve insulation against heat. New crop strains and fabrics will be developed, new aquifers discovered, and new taxes imposed against wasteful uses. Diets will change.

Biden’s plan is one-dimensional, and as former Judge Jonathan Sumption of the British Supreme Court recently deplored in the context of the pandemic, one-dimensional thinking is bound to lead to blind spots. Biden’s climate proposals are not the product of national planning like Jean Monnet’s “indicative planning” in post-war France, Albert Gallatin’s Report on Public Roads, the Hoover administration’s study of “Recent Social Trends,” or the aborted work of Franklin Roosevelt’s National Resources Planning Board under Frederick Delano.

Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, Theodore Roosevelt, and even William Howard Taft were all futurists of a sort, looking to develop new resources: Jefferson through exploration, Adams through physical and social infrastructure, Roosevelt through conservation, and Taft through an abortive free trade agreement with Canada as a response to the closing of the American frontier. There is, by contrast, nothing creative or constructive in the Democrats’ program: no school improvements, no investments in oceanography, desert agriculture, or hydrology. It only gives favors to interest groups.

The global-warming program would be rational if it were directed only at true sore spots in American society. The so-called climate corps, a revived Civilian Conservation Corps, is one potentially useful program. While it is vaguely described in the bill, if it were properly directed—meaning military involvement in initial training and allotments of pay to enrollees’ families to develop pride, responsibility, and increase the take-up rate—it may end the illegal drug trade’s reign as the employer of first (or last) resort for youth in our inner cities and depressed rural areas.

The other provisions in the bill are a mixed bag. As to its childcare provisions, the family tax credit—originally a Republican initiative—reduces the demand and undermines the case for publicly provided day care. The socialization of pre-school, day care, and adult care is ultimately designed to drive unwilling women into the labor force and aggrandize already-too-powerful public-sector labor unions. The bill’s proposed extension of drug-treatment funds to the poorer states that opted out of the latest expansion of Medicaid, by contrast, is a defensible policy, as is its enhanced minimum wage provision, so long as it is accompanied and offset by the exclusion of young workers from payroll taxation. After all, it is alarming that the percentage of national income accounted for by wages declined from 52 percent in 1970 to 43 percent in 2019.

Reflexive opposition is not an adequate Republican program. Salvageable parts of Biden’s program should be enacted as free-standing bills with adequate revenue sources, so long as they move us toward becoming a property-owning democracy whose citizens depend on work rather than welfare. Biden’s crude industrial policy that would replace the motor fleet and its fuel infrastructure is no proper part of such a program.

George Liebmann is president of the Library Company of the Baltimore Bar and author of numerous works on law and history, most recently Vox Clamantis In Deserto: An Iconoclast Looks At Four Failed Administrations.

The post Working With Biden on Build Back Better appeared first on The American Conservative.

Nothing Adds Up – Terrorist Killed in Texas Told His Family He Was Going to Find a Mexican Bride

Ummm – this story just doesn’t add up.  

On Saturday we first heard of Malik Faisal Akram who entered a Jewish Synagogue in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area and took hostages at gunpoint.  On Saturday night the hostages were released and Akram was dead.

At first, Biden and the media claimed they didn’t know the jihadi’s motive in entering the synagogue and taking hostages.  This was quickly rebuffed.

Joe Biden on Muslim Hostage-Taker: I Don’t Think There is Sufficient Information to Know Why He Targeted That Synagogue (VIDEO)

Then the news came out that the FBI had saved the day and were responsible for the hostages being freed.  This too was debunked and found to be another lie.

MORE LIES: FBI Lied About Texas Hostage Standoff — It was the Rabbi Who Rescued the Hostages

We also know that there are questions regarding why the FBI brought in specialists from out of state and launch a SWAT assault after all hostages were freed.

Why Did the FBI Violate Protocol and Launch SWAT Assault After All Hostages Escaped?

Then we began hearing more about the jihadi hostage-taker from Blackburn, England.  His so-called friends claimed he was insane, but others were quick to note that this appears to be something that is nearly always said when a terrorist is involved in violence.

The Daily Mail reported a couple of days ago that it was reported that Akram flew to New York City.  Today the Daily Mail reports this as if it’s a fact.  However, to date, we have seen no evidence this is the case.   We also have no idea how this guy wasn’t tracked by US FBI or law enforcement since he was reported being tracked by MI5.

We also found out a couple of days ago that Akram stayed at a shelter in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area for a week or so before the attack.  This is particularly confusing since the man apparently had the funds to fly to the US in the first place.  How did he get past customs with his background and no funds to take care of himself?

Now today we find out that Akram told his family members that he wanted to find a Mexican bride, “Akram had told family members he wanted to get married and was going to go to Texas to find a Mexican bride.”  Why would he go to Texas to find a Mexican bride?

We really have no idea how Akram got to DFW, why he selected that synagogue, or why the FBI acted like they did after all hostages were freed.  What we do know is that his story just doesn’t add up.

The post Nothing Adds Up – Terrorist Killed in Texas Told His Family He Was Going to Find a Mexican Bride appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Snapchat expands efforts to protect teens from drug deals on its app - CNET

The popular app adds new partners to its Heads Up feature and plans to launch more parental tools.

NASA satellite spots giant planets on the edge of destruction - CNET

One of the worlds is closer to getting swallowed by its sun than any other.

Democrats on the Filibuster

Here’s a list of Democrats’ feelings concerning the filibuster.

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the grounds of Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga., January 11, 2022.

‘Significant Evidence of Fraud’ – Stalinist New York Attorney General Says Trump Misled Banks, Tax Officials

President Trump

New York Attorney General Letitia James late Tuesday night told a court its investigators uncovered ‘significant evidence of fraud’ as part of a civil fraud probe into whether the Trump Organization inflated values of some of its properties.

Letitia James’ investigators claimed in the filing it had “developed significant additional evidence indicating that the Trump Organization used fraudulent or misleading asset valuations to obtain a host of economic benefits, including loans, insurance coverage, and tax deductions.”

Recall, Letitia James was seen on video cursing and threatening President Trump after she won her election in November 2018.

“Oh, we’re definitely going to sue him [Trump]. We’re going to be a real pain in the ass. He’s going to know my name personally.” Letitia James told a reporter.

James has followed through with her threat and now she’s gunning for Don Jr. and Ivanka as well.

According to court documents filed earlier this month, Donald Trump’s two children were subpoenaed on December 1.

Letitia James used her findings to force Trump, Don Jr., and Ivanka to comply with her subpoena seeking testimony (perjury trap).

AP reported:

The New York attorney general’s office late Tuesday told a court its investigators have uncovered evidence that former President Donald Trump’s company used “fraudulent or misleading” asset valuations to get loans and tax benefits.

The court filing said state authorities haven’t yet decided whether to bring a lawsuit in connection with the allegations, but that investigators need to question Trump and his two eldest children as part of the probe.

In the court documents, Attorney General Letitia James’ office gave its most detailed accounting yet of a long-running investigation of allegations that Trump’s company exaggerated the value of assets to get favorable loan terms, or misstated what land was worth to slash its tax burden.

The Trump Organization, it said, had overstated the value of land donations made in New York and California on paperwork submitted to the IRS to justify several million dollars in tax deductions.

When giving estimates of Trump’s wealth, the company misreported the size of his Manhattan penthouse, saying it was nearly three times its actual size — a difference in value of about $200 million, James’ office said, citing deposition testimony from Trump’s longtime financial chief Allen Weisselberg, who was charged last year with tax fraud in a parallel criminal investigation.

“She defrauded New Yorkers by basing her entire candidacy on a promise to get Trump at all costs without having seen a shred of evidence and in violation of every conceivable ethical rule,” the Trump Organization wrote in a statement on Wednesday. “Three years later she is now faced with the stark reality that she has no case.”

The Trump Organization, which is currently under indictment in Manhattan, is also facing a criminal investigation by Mimi Rocah, the Trump-hating Democrat DA in Westchester County, New York.

The DA’s office is probing to see if the Trump Organization misled the town of Ossining about the golf course’s property value to pay less taxes.

Rochah, who has repeatedly attacked Trump publicly, is on a fishing expedition looking for a crime.

The post ‘Significant Evidence of Fraud’ – Stalinist New York Attorney General Says Trump Misled Banks, Tax Officials appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

The Fed’s Next Green Leap Forward (and More)?

It seems that mission creep at the Fed (although ‘creep’ is becoming too leisurely a word) may be on the edge of speeding up once more.

Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C.

56% of Americans can't cover a $1,000 emergency expense with savings

Most Americans are unable to cover an unexpected $1,000 bill with savings, according to a telephone survey conducted in early January by Bankrate.

What the Florida CRT Bill Actually Says

The bill nowhere protects any particular racial or ethnic group, but extends its protections equally.

You Will Not Want to Miss: Garland Favorito and VoterGA Announces Press Conference Thursday on Georgia Ballot Drop Box Investigation

Hold on tight.  The next 24 hours are going to be exciting.
Things are happening.
We spoke with Garland Favorito from VoterGA this morning.
Garland told us the presentation tomorrow will be riveting.  They will discuss the lack of chain of custody documentation on the state’s ballot drop-box implementation.
According to Garland at least 100,000 Georgia ballots lack the adequate chain of custody documents from the 2020 election.  The number is likely much larger than this.
Garland Favorito also told The Gateway Pundit his investigation corroborates the True the Vote ballot box fraud investigation in the state of Georgia.
And lastly, Garland told us they still have no idea how many ballots came from drop boxes in 202o.  That number has not been provided by the state.
This will be a must-see presentation.
We will post a link to the presentation as it becomes available.
* * * * * * * * * *
Media Advisory
 
VoterGA to Present Ballot Drop Box Chain of Custody Analysis
 
What:            VoterGA will present their statewide ballot drop box chain of custody analysis including examples of video surveillance. The presentation includes a litigation status update, overview of fatal flaws in drop box administration and details of an important newly completed study.
Why:    VoterGA seeks to ensure a safe, secure and honest 2022 election by identifying and correcting all problems that occurred in the 2020 election
When:            Thursday, January 20, 2022, 10:00 a.m. 
 
Where:           Roswell Office Suites
        760 old Roswell Rd. 
        Roswell, GA 30076
 
Who:             VoterGA is a non-partisan, 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization created by a coalition of citizens working to restore election integrity in Georgia. We advocate for independently verifiable, auditable, recount capable and transparent elections.
 
Media Contact:     Sheryl Sellaway                     
                         
                        sheryl@righteouspragency.com

The post You Will Not Want to Miss: Garland Favorito and VoterGA Announces Press Conference Thursday on Georgia Ballot Drop Box Investigation appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Three former SpaceX engineers are designing self-powered electric freight train cars

Parallel Systems hopes to make the freight train system more efficient while reducing carbon emissions.

Moon Knight actor Gaspard Ulliel dies at 37 following ski accident - CNET

The actor's career saw him play a young Hannibal Lecter and Yves Saint Laurent.

Biden: Only Putin Gets Pipelines

If President Biden is in the business of dictating how nations procure their energy, then why do Russia and Germany get a pass, but not Israel or Greece?

President Joe Biden makes remarks during a visit to the Flatirons Campus Laboratories and Offices of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Arvada, Colo., September 14, 2021.

What’s Missing from the Voter-Suppression Debate — Evidence of Voter Suppression

It’s amazing how pretty much the entire voting debate takes it for granted that voter suppression is happening.

All the best headphones for working at home in 2022 - CNET

Looking for a great pair to use during the day for telecommuting? These are CNET's current top picks for the best headphones for work.

Samsung Galaxy S22 rumors: New color options, February release date and more - CNET

All the buzz we've heard about Samsung's Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra.

Texas synagogue jihadi had been investigated by MI5, seen as posing ‘no credible threat’

Texas synagogue jihadi had been investigated by MI5, seen as posing ‘no credible threat’
This shows the abject inability of MI5 to spot jihadis, which is not surprising, since British officials, like American officials, are in complete denial about what they’re all about. “Texas synagogue siege: British man who took four hostage in Colleyville ‘had been investigated by MI5,'” by Deborah Haynes, Sky News, January 18, 2022: The British […]

Boris Johnson Scraps COVID Mandates in England: ‘We Will Trust The Judgment of the British People’

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is scrapping COVID mandates.

As of Thursday, students are no longer required to wear masks in classrooms.

On January 27, face masks will no longer be mandatory in any school or anywhere in England and vaccine passports will no longer be required to attend large events. The government will instead “recommend” face coverings in enclosed spaces but leave people with a choice on whether to wear them.

The government will also abandon its COVID pass requirement and no longer force people to present proof of vaccination to enter public venues.

“In the country at large, we will continue to suggest the use of face coverings in enclosed or crowded spaces, particularly when you come into contact with people you don’t normally meet, but we will trust the judgment of the British people and no longer criminalize anyone who chooses not to wear one,” Johnson announced Wednesday as parliament rejoiced.

The British prime minister also rescinded the government’s work-from-home requirement which has been in effect since December 13. England will begin treating Covid like the flu, Johnson explained.

“There will soon come a time when we can remove the legal requirement to self-isolate altogether, just as we don’t place legal obligations on people to isolate if they have flu,” Johnson said. “As Covid becomes endemic, we will need to replace legal requirements with advice and guidance, urging people with the virus to be careful and considerate of others.”

The British head of state maintains Covid restrictions are no longer mandatory because government scientists claim the surge of infections prompted by the omicron variant “has now peaked nationally” and more than 90 percent of those over 60 in the UK have received at least three doses of the Covid vaccine or booster shot.

The post Boris Johnson Scraps COVID Mandates in England: ‘We Will Trust The Judgment of the British People’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Stellantis CEO punches back at electrification mandates, policies - Roadshow

Carlos Tavares, which oversees the combined Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group automakers, seemed to undercut the idea EVs are the solution to reducing emissions.

Abortion Becomes Key Issue In Ohio Gov Race

Access to abortion has become a key issue in Ohio's race for governor — putting pressure on incumbent GOP Gov. Mike DeWine as he faces challengers who claim he's soft on the issue, the Columbus Dispatch reports.

Yvette Mimieux, Star of 'The Time Machine,' Dies at 80

Yvette Mimieux, best known for her roles in 1960s films "Where the Boys Are," "The Time Machine" and "Light in the Piazza," has died at 80.

Chicago Public Media Acquires Sun-Times Newspaper

National Public Radio's Chicago Public Media is acquiring the gritty Chicago Sun-Times newspaper, bringing two of Chicago's most prominent news organizations together.

Chicago Public Media Acquires Sun-Times Newspaper

National Public Radio's Chicago Public Media is acquiring the gritty Chicago Sun-Times newspaper, bringing two of Chicago's most prominent news organizations together.

Sen. Mark Kelly to Conditionally Support Filibuster Change

Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona said in a statement Wednesday he will conditionally support proposed changes to Senate filibuster rules.

Starbucks Nixes Vaccine Mandate After Supreme Court Ruling

Starbucks is no longer requiring its U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, reversing a policy it announced earlier this month.

Biden’s Record Of Failure – Lunch Alert!

This Dick Morris Lunch Alert! sponsored by Patriot Gold Group

Click Here to give me your thoughts and continue the discussion.

Please forward this email to any friends or family who may be interested in viewing my video.

Thanks for watching,

Dick

Get Your FREE, Gold And Silver Precious Metals Investment Material. No Fee For Life IRA Program Now Available — CLICK HERE NOW!

SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE DICK’S VIDEOS & COLUMNS FOR FREE — CLICK HERE!

View Dick’s most recent videos in case you missed them!

Dems Stuck In Vicious Downward Spiral – Dick Morris TV: Lunch Alert!

The Worst Presidents In History! (Part 2) – Dick Morris TV: History Video!

Churchill’s Obsession With India Almost Lost Asia To Japan – Dick Morris TV: Lunch Alert!

Why Is Biden Committing Political Suicide? – Dick Morris TV: Lunch Alert!

Inflation Will Cause Recession In ’22 – Dick Morris TV: Lunch Alert!

Former NBA player Sonny Weems targeted in China by angry fans shouting racial slurs, vulgarities

Former NBA player Sonny Weems appeared to be targeted by a group of angry fans who shouted racial slurs and told him to “get out of China” following his game with the Guangdong Southern Tigers last week, according to a video circulating on social media.

Republicans demand answers on how alleged Texas synagogue hostage-taker was allowed into US

Republican lawmakers are demanding answers from the Biden administration on how the alleged Texas synagogue hostage-taker was able to get into the United States, amid reports that he had a criminal record and a history of extremism.

McConnell: With filibuster vote, Schumer is 'trying to short-circuit a debate that he cannot win'

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., accused Democrats pushing to eliminate the filibuster for a voting rights bill of playing up "fake panic" in order to undermine the American political system.

Skier charged with manslaughter after killing 5-year-old in crash...


Skier charged with manslaughter after killing 5-year-old in crash...


(Third column, 3rd story, link)


VIDEO: Newborn Boy Found Dead in Bag Outside Chicago Fire Station

A newborn boy was found dead in a duffel bag at a Near North Chicago fire station early Saturday, the Chicago Police Department said.

Newborn baby concept

Newborn baby concept, Asian Baby boy

Missouri Highway Patrol mistakenly sends out Batman emergency alert for Joker's car

Missourians received an “Emergency Alert” on their phones Tuesday that made references to the superhero Batman after authorities say a test alert was inadvertently deployed statewide.

Sotomayor, Gorsuch dispute NPR report about masking feud in joint statement: ‘It is false’

Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch and Sonia Sotomayor issued a joint statement disputing a recent NPR report bout a supposed feud between the two over mask-wearing.

FASHION MEDIA PIONEER...


FASHION MEDIA PIONEER...


(Second column, 2nd story, link)


CBS’s Nate Burleson Ties Massive Volcano, Tsunami to Climate Change

CBS Mornings co-host and former NFL player Nate Burleson took the climate change narrative to a whole new level as, during Wednesday’s show, he cited the “harsh reality” of climate change and the need for all of us “to do our part” as it relates to the January 14 volcanic eruption and tsunami that hit the Pacific island nation of Tonga. To repeat, a network journalist — who made millions in the NFL — tied a volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami to climate change. Worse yet, he even claimed they’ll become “more frequent.” And, when called out, he denied having said something untrue and may have copy-pasted the first result from Google Images of “volcano climate change.”     But, first, what he said. Co-host and Democratic donor Gayle King opened the extended brief by showing two sets of before and after satellite images, adding “[t]elephone communication...is slowly starting to return” with the country “[c]overed in a thick coat of volcanic ash” while “[t]hree of its smaller islands suffered serious damage from tsunami waves that reached almost 50-feet high.” Remarking how “that is high,” co-host Tony Dokoupil explained that’s the height of “a five-story building” and, from there, Burleson unspooled his erroneous claim: “You know, we oftentimes talk about climate change quite a bit. These stories are a harsh reality of what we're going through and we have to do our part because these are more frequent.” King did nothing to push back, saying “yes” and then “yep” while he spoke. For his part, Dokoupil replied: “Yes. Yeah, and if you're on the west coast, the clock is ticking on the big one. People are worried.” After King said she “saw some stuff over the weekend that was very troubling” about that, the back-and-forth ended on a positive note as Burleson said: “We do know they need help to recover.” Just over an hour after the video of his false claim was tweeted, Burleson responded: That, of course, is also a lie. Between the recap we’ve provided, transcript below, and video above, you be the judge. But also, check out the Google Image search results for “volcano climate change” and how Burleson used the first image available without having read the accompanying U.S. Geological Survey article explaining how eruptions affect our climate, not the other way around. Later in the show, actor Bill Murphy and cellist Jan Vogler joined the crew to discuss their new documentary New World: The Cradle of Civilization and Murray took a dig at Burleson as a novice in the news profession compared to Dokoupil and King (click “expand”): BURLESON: Now, Bill, the rest of the quartet is in the green room. What was it like to work with such a talented trio?  MURRAY: Well, you know, kind of like you feel — you let them do all the heavy lifting and you sort of steam. BURLESON: That's right — how did you know, man?  MURRAY: You’re just laying behind them. BURLESON: Giving away my strategy, man.  MURRAY: That’s alright. I can see things. I know what's going on. Ouch. Burleson’s flub was made possible thanks to advertisers such as Chevy and Swiffer. Follow the links to see their contact information at the MRC’s Conservatives Fight Back page. To see the relevant CBS transcript from January 19, click “expand.” CBS Mornings January 19, 2022 7:16 a.m. Eastern GAYLE KING: Now, we're going to take you to Tonga which is devastated after a massive undersea volcanic eruption. The damage from that blast and tsunami over the weekend is starting to become a little clearer now. The eruption caused a huge explosion more than 500 times as powerful as the atomic bomb that the U.S. dropped on Hiroshima. The satellite image shows the neighborhood in Tonga as it looked last month and here's what the area looks like now.  [ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Images of Destruction; Pictures From Tonga Show Catastrophic Damage After Volcano and Tsunami] TONY DOKOUPIL: Wow. KING: Look at this. NATE BURLESON: Wow. KING: Covered in a thick coat of volcanic ash. This is a major port before the eruption, and now it is almost unrecognizable.  DOKOUPIL: Ooh.  KING: Telephone communication to Tonga is slowly starting to return since the eruption, but it could take weeks to restore the internet service. Three of its smaller islands suffered serious damage from tsunami waves that reached almost 50-feet high, guys, that is high.  DOKOUPIL: That’s a five-story building.  KING: Yes. Easily.  DOKOUPIL: Wow. KING: Those pictures — BURLESON: You know, we often times — KING: — tell the story.  BURLESON: —  talk about climate change —  KING: Yes. BURLESON: — quite a bit —  KING: Yep. BURLESON: These stories are a harsh reality of what we're going through and we have to do our part because these are more frequent.  DOKOUPIL: Yes. Yeah and if you're on the west coast, the clock is ticking on the big one.  KING: Yeah. DOKOUPIL: People are worried.  KING: We saw some stuff over the weekend that was very troubling.  DOKOUPIL: Yeah, indeed.  BURLESON: And we do know they need help to recover. KING: Yep. BURLESON: That’s for sure. KING: We will continue to tell the story.

Wallace Accuses SCOTUS of Culture Warring on Abortion, Vaccine Mandates

On Tuesday, Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace and former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance accused conservatives on the Supreme Court of waging a culture war on abortion and with their recent ruling striking down President Biden's vaccine mandate. However, as she tried to provide evidence for her claim, Vance revealed that it was they who where the ones looking for pre-determined results. Wallace found it "amazing" that conservatives on the Court do not seem to care about the opinion of MSNBC hosts: "What's amazing, Joyce, is that we know from their public utterances and the little reporting that there is on the Court, that they're acutely aware of their perception and, and I don't know they all view it as a problem."     Accusing the conservatives of waging a culture war, Wallace quoted The Atlantic and struggled with the concept of mandates versus personal choice: ...the conservative wing of the court wants to have it both ways on its vaccine mandate decision. Insisting they are not questioning the safety or efficacy of vaccination while issuing decisions that are entirely premised on the right's newfound and quasi-religious conception of them as traumatic and metaphysically significant—a necessity for the mandates to be seen as oppressive. This is little more than culture war dressed up in the language of constitutionalism. Wallace then asked Vance if that was a fair assessment. Vance agreed and alleged: "I think this is what drove Justice Sotomayor to make this very strident statement about the stench and whether or not the Court could recover from it in oral argument recently." Vance ignored Sotomayor's recent misinformation to claim that it is the conservatives who are taking a "results-oriented approach towards making decisions and of course when you contrast the decision making that's apparently going on, on abortion, we don't have a final decision on that Mississippi case yet, but there, there's a willingness to for instance force baby -- to force women to carry babies to term where the vaccination case takes an entirely different approach." Immediately undermining her own argument, Vance acknowledged: "Of course that’s more grounded in administrative law and as Brian points out, what Joe Biden has the authority to do under the law." Vance concluded her own hypocritical response by hoping and predicting Chief Justice John Roberts will take public opinion into account in the Court's upcoming rulings: "...increasingly, this sort of semi-hypocritical approach to rule making is going to diminish the Court's integrity in the eyes of the public and I think we'll see the chief justice step in and try to impose some order on the Court that will be named for him in the history books. The real question here is whether Chief Justice Roberts will take these stories that are now becoming public and use those to convince his colleagues that the time has come for the Court to do an about face." In reality, there was more hypocrisy coming from Wallace and Vance then there was coming out of conservative justices. This segment was sponsored by T-Mobile. Here is a transcript of the January 18 show: MSNBC Deadline: White House 4:35 PM ET NICOLLE WALLACE: What's amazing, Joyce, is that we know from their public utterances and the little reporting that there is on the Court, that they're acutely aware of their perception and, and I don't know they all view it as a problem. I mean, to Brian Fallon’s point, it's clear the chief justice does and that it’s clear the liberal justices do, but I want to read this, which builds on some of the points Brian's making. It's in The Atlantic today. Quote, “the conservative wing of the court wants to have it both ways on its vaccine mandate decision. Insisting they are not questioning the safety or efficacy of vaccination while issuing decisions that are entirely premised on the right's  newfound and quasi-religious conception of them as traumatic and metaphysically significant—a necessity for the mandates to be seen as oppressive. This is little more than culture war dressed up in the language of constitutionalism.” Is that fair? JOYCE VANCE: It's fair and it is a culture war. I think this is what drove Justice Sotomayor to make this very strident statement about the stench and whether or not the court Could recover from it in oral argument recently. Because increasingly on the right in this newly conservative Court, there appears to be a results oriented approach towards making decisions and of course when you contrast the decision making that's apparently going on, on abortion, we don't have a final decision on that Mississippi case yet, but there, there's a willingness to for instance force baby, to force women to carry babies to term where the vaccination case takes an entirely different approach. Of course that’s more grounded in administrative law and as Brian points out, what Joe Biden has the authority to do under the law, but increasingly, this sort of semi-hypocritical approach to rule making is going to diminish the Court's integrity in the eyes of the public and I think we'll see the chief justice step in and try to impose some order on the Court that will be named for him in the history books. The real question here is whether Chief Justice Roberts will take these stories that are now becoming public and use those to convince his colleagues that the time has come for the Court to do an about face. 

You can order at-home rapid Covid tests for free now — here's how accurate they are and when to use them

The Biden administration's free at-home Covid test website is live. Here's how effective the rapid antigen tests are, and when to use them, according to experts.

From Worthless to Quasi-Religious Icon to Worthless Again

It’s been a strange trip for cloth masks during this coronavirus pandemic.

The Bigger Dilemma for NATO

German voters will increasingly view NATO cooperation as a threat to their household budgets.

Editor’s Pick: Federalist on Toobin Pining for Justice Kamala Harris

On Tuesday, The Federalist’s Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway threw cold water on CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin’s absurd suggestion that Vice President Kamala Harris was on Joe Biden’s short list of potential Supreme Court nominees: “Toobin took a break from punishing his colleagues by toggling his joystick at work on a Zoom call to opine on who he thinks President Joe Biden might nominate to the Supreme Court in the event Associate Justice Stephen Breyer steps down at the end of the term.” After displaying a Monday tweet in which Toobin offered the wild speculation, Hemingway continued: “The media and other Democrat Party activists are re-upping the campaign they ran last Supreme Court term to bully Breyer into retiring.” She explained the reason: “Because the Democrat Party’s policy failures at home and abroad have become so disastrous that not even the corrupt corporate media can cover them up anymore, the Republican Party has a chance to re-take control not just of the U.S. House, but also the U.S. Senate, which handles all presidential judicial nominations.” Read the full article on The Federalist.

The Party of Plutocracy

What the mega-donors want, the mega-donors get.

Then Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) listens during a virtual meeting at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., December 15, 2020.

January 6 riot probe to get 4 pages of Trump White House documents while his lawyer threatens legal action

The January 6 Capitol riot is being probed by a House select committee that is seeking hundreds of pages of Trump White House records.

Arizona Senator Mark Kelly Sides with Schumer over Sinema on Filibuster

The senator’s apparent hope that maybe Democratic leadership would spare him from having to take a difficult vote was dashed last night.

Some states offer assistance to families unable to afford funeral costs

Many states and counties have funds to assist residents with the funeral and burial expenses of a loved one, but the information isn't always easy to locate.

Democrats take aim at targeted online advertising in new bill - CNET

The legislation would ban the kind of ads that Facebook and other tech companies depend on.

Best alarm clock of 2022 - CNET

Wake up feeling rested with a reliable alarm clock that will make your morning routine easier.

Save $200 on this HP Chromebook 2-in-1, keyboard and stylus today - CNET

This light and portable Chromebook has the flexible design you need to stay connected on the go.

Microsoft’s metaverse plans are getting clearer with its $68.7 billion Activision acquisition

Microsoft's planned $68.7 billion acquisition of gaming company Activision Blizzard is just the latest signal of how CEO Satya Nadella aims to dominate the metaverse.

WeCrashed trailer: Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway are the WeWork couple on Apple TV Plus - CNET

They were the charismatic couple at the center of the multibillion-dollar WeWork movement, until it all fell apart.

Netflix will roll out more than 25 Korean series this year - CNET

The streamer hopes to lure viewers in with an expanding slate of Korean entertainment.

EXCLUSIVE: The Fact that Arizona Attorney General Brnovich Has Done Nothing with Criminal Activities Identified in 2020 Election Audit is REPREHENSIBLE

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich was given a platter of fraudulent and criminal activities related to the results of the 2020 Election in Arizona.  The fact that he has done nothing with this to date is reprehensible. 

Arizona AG Mark Brnovich acts tough.  He is happy to show that he knows how to use nunchucks.  He thinks this makes him tough.  But the fact is that Brnovich was given a platter full of criminal acts and activities related to the 2020 Election and he has done nothing.  He’s proving that he’s the opposite of tough.

In September a group of individuals in Arizona identified thousands of issues related to voters who reportedly voted in the 2020 Election.  This group estimated that nearly 300,000 votes in Maricopa County in the 2020 Election were questionable and very possibly fraudulent.

Then later in the month, the results of the audit in Maricopa identified over 400,000 ballot issues.   These included in images of over 250,000 ballots that were lost, over 80,000 ballots related to voters who don’t appear to exist, over 17,000 duplicate absentee ballots, 9,000 ballot envelopes that were missing, and much more.  (Note that the audit excluded signature verification on absentee ballots per the original agreement for the audit which would have no doubt have identified tens of thousands of additional ballot issues.)

BREAKING: THE LIST – Nearly 700,000 Maricopa County Ballots Identified with Issues from the Audit and Separate Canvassing Work to Date

These numbers are horrific, but the really shocking results from the Maricopa Audit were those items identified by IT expert Ben Cotton and his team.  Included are items like routers and poll worker laptops that have not yet been provided to the audit workers despite being subpoenaed.  Why have people not been arrested for not providing these items?

Cotton’s team even caught individuals deleting data from devices.  These illegal acts were caught on video and were turned over to Arizona’s AG.  There is no reason for delaying arrests here.  Where is Brnovich and why have these people not been arrested?  If there is a reason then why has Brnovich not provided it?  This could have been done months ago.

THEY CAUGHT THEM AND THE CROWD CHEERED!! AZ Audit Team CAUGHT Maricopa County Officials DELETING COMPUTER ELECTION FILES — VIDEO

No matter what state you live in, contact Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to demand immediate action and arrests for the criminals identified in the long-ago reported audit and canvassing efforts in Maricopa County. 

The fact that individuals have not been arrested in Arizona related to their criminal acts during the 2020 Election is outrageous. 

Either we have laws or we don’t.   We need people of integrity and courage to address the criminals who stole our 2020 Election. 

The post EXCLUSIVE: The Fact that Arizona Attorney General Brnovich Has Done Nothing with Criminal Activities Identified in 2020 Election Audit is REPREHENSIBLE appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Uganda: Muslims murder Christian for converting Muslims to Christianity, beat his wife and daughter unconscious

Uganda: Muslims murder Christian for converting Muslims to Christianity, beat his wife and daughter unconscious
The attackers no doubt consider themselves righteous. The death penalty for apostasy is part of Islamic law. It’s based on the Qur’an: “They wish you would disbelieve as they disbelieved so you would be alike. So do not take from among them allies until they emigrate for the cause of Allah. But if they turn […]

Higher prices ahead for Tide detergent and other Procter & Gamble products as costs climb higher

Procter & Gamble is raising prices across more of its portfolio to protect its profit margins as commodity and freight costs climb higher.

Electric cars outsell diesels for first time in Europe, dethroning decades-long standard - Roadshow

Diesel-powered cars have long been the default choice in Europe, but last month that changed as EVs find favor on the Continent.

‘Standing for Life, from Roe to Now’

There’s not another major, non-specialty publication in America that has covered the life issue as passionately, unstintingly, and intelligently as NR.

TOMMY ROBINSON TRUTH BOMBS: On His Upcoming Movie “The Rape of Britain” Fathers and Sons Rape Girls Together

Leading British Islam critic Tommy Robinson is the most politically persecuted individual in Europe for his determination to defend young English rape victims and their families in the face of ignorance and obstruction from police, media and government. He spoke to OAN’s Kara McKinney on “Tipping Point” on Jan. 17.

“When I was producing this film, my fear wasn’t from the violent Pakistani rape gangs, who are heavily involved in drugs and violence,” Tommy Robinson told OAN. “My fear was from the British state. Now that’s a sad state of affairs for a journalist in 2022. I’m not worried about what the gangs are going to do, I’m worried about what the police and the British establishment are going to do to me.”

Since founding the English Defense League in Luton in 2009 to protest the desecration of British war memorials by radical Islamists, Tommy Robinson has been arrested and put in jail, often in solitary confinement, a total of five times, for a series of misdemeanors including traveling to the US on a false passport, providing inaccurate information on his brother-in-law’s mortgage, and reading from a newspaper outside a court building. Crimes no one would go to prison for, certainly not in maximum security solitary confinement, if their name weren’t Tommy Robinson.

His real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, “Tommy Robinson” was one of the aliases he used while leading the EDL, and it stuck. All these fairly harmless facts have been used by the woke media to turn Tommy Robinson into “He Who Cannot Be Named” in the UK. Mention his name, or use his likeness on Facebook or Twitter and you will automatically get shadowbanned or suspended. Even courageous British conservative firebrands like Nigel Farage shy away from being associated with Tommy Robinson due to the successful slander campaign conducted by the British media and government.

He has been completely de-platformed from YouTube and Social Media, where he used to have a million followers on Facebook, since radical Islamist Mohammed Shafiq accused him of wanting to “behead” Muslims – with no evidence. Now, the emergence of alternate media has given Tommy a voice again. On Jan. 29, he will premiere his sensational documentary “The Rape of Britain” in Telford and online.

“Since releasing the trailer, there’s been six firebombings, two people’s houses smashed up, a woman attacked with baseball bats outside one of our survivor’s houses, and the police response has been nothing. My car was firebombed outside the hotel I was staying in.”  (Gateway Pundit reported). British media reported on the rape gang’s firebombings as if they were spontaneous combustions.

The most shocking thing was “the number of men involved”, Robinson said. “Thousands of young girls were taken, groomed, (i.e.) raped, pimped, tortured, beaten, and the police’s reason for not arresting the perpetrators was they were scared of being called racist.”

2 percent of the British population are Pakistani, Robinson said, “but responsible for 90% of gang related ‘grooming’ – which should be labeled as rape jihad.” In the first town Robinson looked at, Telford, only 1.7% of the population were Muslim. In over a thousand rape cases, the police identified 200 men involved. “Over 20 percent of the Muslim men in that town were identified as raping young English girls.”

“The only two English towns we have the numbers for are Rotherham and Telford, because the numbers are hidden. Rotherham has a 3.7 % Muslim population, we have 1400 children raped by these gangs. Telford, 1.7% (Muslim population), we have 1000 victims… And we’ve had a hundred cities identified where these gangs are operating.”

In Telford, out of 200 identified rapists, only 11 were prosecuted. “The first victim we looked at one was impregnated, we have a 100% DNA match. She gets pregnant after being gang-raped, she has an abortion, she was 13 years old, the police arrest the man, they have a 100% DNA match, matching the foetus of the baby, and he got no further action, he didn’t get prosecuted.”

When Robinson confronted the Huddersfield rapists outside court in May 2018, he was arrested for “contempt of court” and put in solitary confinement without a lawyer. “As the rapists were coming into court – and I can call them rapists because they were all convicted – I simply asked them, ‘How do you feel about your verdict?” The judge sent me to prison, and let the rapists go home. One of those rapists has never been prosecuted because he went home, packed his suitcases and flew to Pakistan. I sat in solitary confinement for 5 months for asking him how he felt about his verdict.”

“In these gangs, fathers and sons rape girls together”, Robinson explained. “When you see the arrests, they’re brothers and cousins. They share young 12 or 13-year old white English girls with their family members. There’s some mindset that’s different from any other community”, Robinson said. “If we’re not going to understand it, we’re not going to stop it.”

When victims go to the police, Robinson said, they are ignored and then intimidated by the perpetrators. Over New Years Eve, “we had to bring 40 men and relocate the family” of one of his victims, Robinson explained (Gateway reported). “The police purposely leave people in harms’ way so the cases collapse.”

 

Tommy Robinson will premiere “The Rape of Britain” in Telford and online on GETTR Jan. 29.

Tommy Robinson speaks to Steve Bannon

Tommy Robinson speaks to Alex Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

The post TOMMY ROBINSON TRUTH BOMBS: On His Upcoming Movie “The Rape of Britain” Fathers and Sons Rape Girls Together appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

❌