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Benjamin Keough, Grandson of Elvis Presley, Has Died at Age 27

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Benjamin Keough, the son of Lisa Marie Presley has died. He was 27.

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FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2010, file photo, Priscilla Presley, second from left, her daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, second from right, and Lisa Marie's children, Riley Keough, left, and Benjamin Keough, right, take part in a ceremony in Memphis, Tenn., commemorating Elvis Presley's 75th birthday. Keough has died.
 Lisa Marie Presley’s representative Roger Widynowski said in a statement Sunday, July 12, 2020, to The Associated Press that she was “heartbroken” after learning about the death of her Keough. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File)

Mom Accused of Killing Five-Year-Old Daughter Tried to Blame Toddler Son

A woman in Knoxville, Tennessee, who gave conflicting stories about the September shooting death of her five-year-old daughter, was indicted last week on multiple charges including felony murder.

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Jim Bognet: Matt Cartwright 'Cheering' for Leftist Mob to Tear Down Statues

Pennsylvania eighth congressional district Republican candidate Jim Bognet told Breitbart News Saturday that not only has Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-PA) failed to denounce the left's movement to take down America's statues, he is also "cheering" the leftist mob.

Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-PA)

Rep. Matt Cartwright (D-PA) speaks at a hearing with the Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, on May 28th, 2020. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker / POOL / AFP) (Photo by ANNA MONEYMAKER/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Coronavirus: Compliance with social distancing during early stages linked to working memory, study finds

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences claims compliance in America with social distancing during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic is linked to working memory.

Court rules that the first federal execution in nearly two decades may proceed as scheduled on Monday

The ruling from the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturns a lower court order that had put the execution of 47-year-old Daniel Lewis Lee on hold.

Schiff Nervous After Lindsey Graham Announces He Will Be Calling Mueller in to Testify About Sham Trump-Russia Investigation (VIDEO)


Adam Schiff

House Intelligence Chairman and serial liar Adam Schiff on Sunday wasn’t too happy about Lindsey Graham’s move to call in Robert Mueller to testify about the sham Trump-Russia investigation.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Sunday announced he will be calling Robert Mueller to testify after the former special counsel blasted Roger Stone in a Washington Post op-ed.

“Apparently Mr. Mueller is willing – and also capable – of defending the Mueller investigation through an oped in the Washington Post.” – Lindsey Graham said.

“Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee have previously requested Mr. Mueller appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify about his investigation. That request will be granted.” he added.

Adam Schitt Schiff seemed nervous about the idea of Mueller testifying again now that the DOJ has declassified countless documents proving the special counsel’s Russian collusion investigation was a complete scam.

“I suspect that all Lindsey Graham wants to do is continue his counter-factual counter-narrative, that is that Donald Trump is somehow the victim when Donald Trump was the one inviting Russians to help him get elected in the first place,” Schiff said.

Schiff echoed Mueller’s lies and asserted Roger Stone was acting as an intermediary for the Trump campaign and communicating with Russian intel through their ‘cutout’ WikiLeaks.

This is a blatant lie and the fact that Roger Stone was never even charged with an underlying crime further proves Mueller (Weissmann) had NOTHING.

Roger Stone was charged with process crimes after countless hours of questioning by Mueller’s crooked team of Democrats because there was no hacking and Stone never broke the law.

WATCH:

Rep. Adam Schiff: “I suspect that all Lindsey Graham wants to do is continue his counter-factual counter-narrative, that is that Donald Trump is somehow the victim when Donald Trump was the one inviting Russians to help him get elected in the first place.” pic.twitter.com/Vk8PIo9Ghd

— The Hill (@thehill) July 13, 2020

Mueller’s op-ed (probably written by Weissmann) was full of Russian collusion lies.

For example, Mueller peddled the lie that “WikiLeaks released emails stolen by Russian military intelligence officers.”

By late 2016, the FBI had evidence that the Russians had signaled to a Trump campaign adviser that they could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information damaging to the Democratic candidate. And the FBI knew that the Russians had done just that: Beginning in July 2016, WikiLeaks released emails stolen by Russian military intelligence officers from the Clinton campaign. Other online personas using false names — fronts for Russian military intelligence — also released Clinton campaign emails. – Mueller wrote.

To this day, there is zero evidence to support Mueller’s claims of Russian hackers — the FBI never did forensic analysis of the DNC servers and just took CrowdStrike’s word that the servers were hacked by the Russians.

The post Schiff Nervous After Lindsey Graham Announces He Will Be Calling Mueller in to Testify About Sham Trump-Russia Investigation (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Ohio County Opens Hotline to Report People Not Wearing Mask

Ohio's Cuyahoga County has set up a hotline to report people who are violating Gov. Mike DeWine's order that face masks must be worn, The Hill reported on Sunday.

Defeat the radical St. Louis prosecutor, support Mary Pat Carl

(Paul Mirengoff)

Kimberly Gardner is the St. Louis prosecutor who caused a warrant to be served on the McCloskeys, the couple that brandished, but did not fire, guns when a mob broke into their property and threatened them. Gardner has threatened to prosecute the McCloskeys for violent assault.

Gardner’s record as St. Louis Circuit Attorney is abysmal. I’m told that her conviction rate is only around 20 percent in cases tried to verdict. That’s an astoundingly low success rate given all of the advantages prosecutors have.

But Gardner operates with a handicap. Competent prosecutors don’t want to work for her.

Her office has experienced a more than 100 percent turnover in staff since she took office in 2017. More than 65 attorneys with a combined experience of over 460 years in prosecutorial experience have departed during this three-and-half year period. Even some of the attorneys she hand picked have since quit.

Gardner seems eager to prosecute a white couple for displaying firearms to deter a mob that terrorized them. Unfortunately, her enthusiasm for prosecution did not extend to rioters who terrorized St. Louis. Reportedly, she had all 36 of those arrested during the recent St. Louis riots released.

Fortunately, Gardner faces a serious challenger in next month’s Democratic primary. That challenger is Mary Pat Carl.

Carl served in the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s office for 14 years. She was its lead prosecutor in homicide cases. She worked thousands of cases and, unlike Gardner, had a record of success.

Currently, Carl is a partner in a major St. Louis law firm. Mark Arnold, our friend and a longtime Power Line reader, is also a partner there. He strongly backs Carl in this race.

Carl does not share all of my views on criminal law. If she did, she would stand no chance of winning the Democratic primary, which, for St. Louis, is the only game in town. Instead, Carl is like the Northern Virginia Democratic competent and conscientious incumbent prosecutors we backed against Soros-funded radicals.

Like those prosecutors, Carl’s positions are sensible. She wants to mend fences with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. “I think you can hold the police accountable, without going to war with the police,” she says.

Carl also wants to build up the prosecutors’ office. Under Gardner, it is down to around 20 attorneys. She wants to return it to around 50.

Most importantly, Carl understands that the job of the St. Louis prosecutor is to promote community safety in St. Louis. Indeed, that’s the message at the top of her campaign website.

Kim Gardner isn’t promoting community safety, she is undermining it. Undermining it by releasing rioters, by losing a shocking percentage of her cases, and by persecuting the McCloskeys for scaring away those who threatened to harm them. On top of everything else, Gardner is crooked.

You can help defeat Kim Gardner and replace her with a solid, sensible prosecutor by donating to Mary Pat Carl’s campaign here. I just did.

A New Low In Trump Derangement?

(John Hinderaker)

I know, we reached absolute zero in TDS a long time ago. How can things possibly get worse? I don’t know, but USA Today is trying, via, perhaps, the dumbest “fact check” in history:

Clarification: The claim that Trump 2020 has put out a T-shirt with a symbol similar to a Nazi eagle and is being criticized for it is true. Worth noting, the eagle is a longtime US symbol, too.

— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) July 12, 2020


There’s an old saying, He whom the gods would destroy, they first make stupid. Isn’t that how it goes? If not, it should be. Apparently it had to be pointed out to people at USA Today that the eagle is an American symbol. Napoleonic, too, of course, but the American connection is the relevant one. USA Today’s stupidity might be equaled, but it never will be surpassed.

Weekend Caption Contest™ Winners Week of July 10, 2020

This week’s Weekend Caption Contest™ reminds us that the greatest spectator sport is still watching President Trump verbally dismember his foes. The assignment this week was to caption the following picture: Here are the winning entries: 1) (fustian24) – “Let’s do a press conference. Put Acosta right up front this time!” 2) (Yooper) – ““There I was, Hillary was on the mound. I called my shot over the right field wall. She threw the ball, and BAM!!!!!!! Home run, the greatest home run in history, until 2020.”” 3) (Brian Brandt) – “Cancel my cabinet meeting. I’m going to visit Ghislaine

Missouri: Cops Protect Protesters Painting Blue Line Over Black Lives Matter Street Grafitti

In Missouri.. Cops protect citizens painting a blue line over BLM.. I hope this goes viral.. pic.twitter.com/mq6hVTvzpx

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This was in Florissant, Missouri a suburb north of St. Louis City.

The protesters are painting over “Black Lives Matter” graffiti that was painted on the street in front of the Florissant police department.

Police in Florissant, Missouri, protecting people while they paint a blue line over a BLM street mural pic.twitter.com/EQtMeCKNoN

— David Parsons (@davidlparsons) June 20, 2020

The mob has been protesting in Florissant this week after the police drove over a man. The details are sketchy.

RT @replace_police: RT @replace_police: RT @PowellJohnW: Protests at Florissant Police Department tonight. #florissantpd #florissant #BlackLivesMattters #replacethepolice pic.twitter.com/AneORuNAPb

— replacethepolice (@replace_police) July 9, 2020

The post Missouri: Cops Protect Protesters Painting Blue Line Over Black Lives Matter Street Grafitti appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

James Carville: 'People Are Looking for Change'

Americans are looking for change and Joe Biden is the guy who will bring it, Democrat and political consultant James Carville said Sunday.

ESPN Suspends Reporter Who Wrote Profane Email to Josh Hawley

ESPN on Sunday suspended longtime reporter Adrian Wojnarowski after he replied to an email from Sen. Josh Hawley's press office questioning NBA commissioner Adam Silver and the league's relationship with China by writing, "F*** you."

ESPN Suspends Reporter Who Wrote Profane Email to Josh Hawley

ESPN on Sunday suspended longtime reporter Adrian Wojnarowski after he replied to an email from Sen. Josh Hawley's press office questioning NBA commissioner Adam Silver and the league's relationship with China by writing, "F*** you."

Appeals Court: First Federal Execution in 17 Years Can Proceed Monday

The first federal execution in 17 years is set to go ahead on Monday after a U.S. appeals court overturned a lower court injunction, saying a lawsuit by the victims' family that had put the execution on hold had no legal standing.Daniel Lewis Lee was convicted in the...

Appeals Court: First Federal Execution in 17 Years Can Proceed Monday

The first federal execution in 17 years is set to go ahead on Monday after a U.S. appeals court overturned a lower court injunction, saying a lawsuit by the victims' family that had put the execution on hold had no legal standing.Daniel Lewis Lee was convicted in the...

They Don’t Want You To Know: Reddit Mods Remove Viral GP Article About Woman Murdered for Saying ‘All Lives Matter’

Jessica Doty Whitaker

The moderators on Reddit’s “Unpopular Opinions” board have removed the viral Gateway Pundit article about the murder of Jessica Doty Whitaker, who her fiance says was shot in the head for saying “All Lives Matter.”

After the article gained over 15,000 upvotes, putting it in the running for the front page of Reddit, a moderator removed the well-sourced story for violating the rule against “trolling or satire.” There was nothing funny about what happened to her, nor did the post imply there was.

No trolling/satire

cc:@CassandraRules pic.twitter.com/3IVKzn27RY

— I,Hypocrite (@lporiginalg) July 12, 2020

Over $45,000 has been raised on GoFundMe for her funeral and three year old son since the article was published on Saturday evening.

Welp. @CassandraRules pic.twitter.com/uILiocNE46

— TheDonald.win (@thedonalddotwin) July 12, 2020

>15k upvotes
>reddit jannies start sweating

— AssWorldsman (@ButtWorldsMan) July 12, 2020

Doty Whitaker was walking by the canal in Indianapolis after a Fourth of July celebration with her fiance and two friends when they were approached by a group of people saying that “Black Lives Matter.”

Her family and fiance have said that when Whitaker responded that “All Lives Matter” the mob grew very aggressive and pulled a gun on them. Her fiance, Jose Ramirez, pulled one out defensively and the situation seemed to cool down. Unfortunately, he says that the group went and hid and waited for them to walk by them again. When they did, they ambushed the couple and shot Whitaker multiple times.

The Gateway Pundit spoke to the young mother’s sister and father for the original story and has maintained contact with them throughout the day.

“It’s heartwrenching to watch my mother explain to my three year old nephew that mommy is an angel in heaven,” Whitaker’s sister Jennifer told TGP, adding that he asks “when we can go get her and bring her back.”

The national media completely ignored the story. Local media downplayed the shooting as “the second in the canal in a week,” lumping her story in with a black teenager who was shot while attempting an armed robbery. They reported it as “according to the victim’s family, the shooting started with an argument over Black Lives Matter and language.” They never mentioned what that language was, the simple phrase that got her killed.

Her story was going largely untold until TGP contacted her family to find out what really happened during the confrontation.

Her father, Robert Doty, confirmed to the Gateway Pundit that neither CNN nor Fox News has reached out for information about the case, despite the murderer still being on the loose.

“Why isn’t anybody outraged about this?” Whitaker’s grandfather asked in a Facebook post. “Is it that BLM was involved or that it was white young adults that [were] the victims?”

Jennifer told TGP that her sister was a Certified Nursing Assistant doing home health care and getting ready to go back to school to become a registered nurse. She hoped to have more children and was always looking to help others.

“Her son was her world, she had the kindest heart and was in no way racist towards anyone,” Jennifer told TGP.

Police are still looking for suspects and have released a video from the area of the murder. Her fiance has provided descriptions of the monsters to law enforcement.

Anyone with information about the shootings is asked to call  the IMPD Homicide Office at 317.327.3475 or Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317.262.8477 or (TIPS).

The post They Don’t Want You To Know: Reddit Mods Remove Viral GP Article About Woman Murdered for Saying ‘All Lives Matter’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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St. Louis Police Shut Down Art Hill in Forest Park After Leftist Groups Threaten to Beat Catholics Again — Hundreds of Catholics Turn Out Anyway!

For the past two weeks Catholics have been meeting on Art Hill in Forest Park at the St. Louis statue to pray the rosary.  This is in response to radical leftists calling for the statue to be removed and for St. Louis City to be renamed.

Two weeks ago the Gateway Pundit called on local Christians to come together for a prayer rally at the statue of St. Louis in Forest Park.

When we arrived for a prayer rally at the St. Louis statue in Forest Park we were met by a very violent, raucous, disrespectful mob of Black Lives Matter activists and leftist radicals.

Local radical leftists smeared our prayer rally as a white nationalist event and KKK meeting knowing this would put our Christian group in mortal danger.

Let me just say this was one of the most frightening gatherings I’ve ever attended as a writer and conservative activist in 16 years.
We posted this video earlier following the rally and the violence that took place against Christians when we left the area.

After most of the Catholics and Christians left the area three Catholic men were viciously beaten by the far left group that remained at the statue.

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Devout Catholics have been praying every night at the St. Louis statue at 6:30 PM for over two weeks now.

St. Louis Catholics continue to say the rosary nightly at the St. Louis Statue in Forest Park. They end their prayers with a procession of Mary. pic.twitter.com/bH45yHwMiR

— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) July 12, 2020

On Sunday night the radical left called on supporters to come out and harass Christians at their daily prayer rally.

Earlier today the St. Louis Police blocked off the streets surrounding the area.

And police set up concrete barricade around the statue.

Bill Hennessey sent photos from Art Hill tonight.

Police have blocked off access to Sr. Louis statue tonight from local Catholics. Same far left protest mob, islamists, #blm promised to counter protest again tonight. Last time they beat three Catholic men and sent two to the hospital. pic.twitter.com/Tj20rO1PsE

— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) July 12, 2020

The Catholics marched to the St. Louis statue despite the threats and oppressive heat.

Via ⁦⁦@bill_hennessy⁩ – Streets were blocked off but Catholics marched all the way to the Statue of St. Louis to pray tonight… this despite threats by local leftists pic.twitter.com/JzPcQW0UlT

— Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) July 12, 2020

St. Vitus has live video from Art Hill.

Saint Louis Statue Rosary (possible counter protestors) https://t.co/6Ce2BORfR3

— St Vitus (@StVitus7) July 12, 2020

There was a massive turnout tonight… Several hundred turned out to say the rosary.

The post St. Louis Police Shut Down Art Hill in Forest Park After Leftist Groups Threaten to Beat Catholics Again — Hundreds of Catholics Turn Out Anyway! appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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ESPN’s Jay Williams slams NBA players for ‘tone-deaf’ bubble complaints

ESPN basketball analyst Jay Williams ripped players who are complaining about living conditions inside the NBA’s Disney World bubble, calling them “tone deaf” and challenging them to think about the “real everyday working Americans.”

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Rookie Cole Custer wins Kentucky NASCAR Cup Series race

Cole Custer became the first rookie winner in the NASCAR Cup Series in nearly four years, surging to the lead in a four-wide, final-lap scramble Sunday at Kentucky Speedway.

Gordon Chang: Biden Needs to Come Clean About Hunter's China Ties

The Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden needs to come clean with the American public about China's influence over him due to allegations that his son Hunter sat on the board of a Chinese state-backed private equity firm, Gordon Chang said.

Maryland Gov: GOP Needs 'Bigger Tent' After Trump

A Republican governor rumored to be eyeing a run for the White House in 2024 said Sunday that the GOP needs to be a "bigger tent party" after President Donald Trump leaves office.

Maryland Gov: GOP Needs 'Bigger Tent' After Trump

A Republican governor rumored to be eyeing a run for the White House in 2024 said Sunday that the GOP needs to be a "bigger tent party" after President Donald Trump leaves office.

Mass Held After Fire Damages Centuries-Old Church

Mass was celebrated Sunday on the grounds of a historic Catholic church in Southern California that had been heavily damaged by fire a day earlier.

Houston Officials Call for Return to Lockdown

Top officials in Houston are calling for the city to lock back down as area hospitals strain to accommodate the onslaught of patients sick with the new coronavirus.

JPMorgan: Liquidity Conditions Are Making Markets Vulnerable

Markets are still struggling to restore liquidity after the Covid-19 meltdown and that may leave them exposed to new shocks, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

UK-China Ties Freeze With Debate Over Huawei, Hong Kong

Only five years ago, then-British Prime Minister David Cameron was celebrating a "golden era" in U.K.-China relations, bonding with President Xi Jinping over a pint of beer at the pub and signing off on trade deals worth billions.Those friendly scenes now seem like a...

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NFL Referees Plan to Wear Masks on the Field

The National Football League's referees will be making every effort to minimize the risks to their health, when they return to the field.

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The National Football League's referees will be making every effort to minimize the risks to their health, when they return to the field.

Trump lawyer blasts 'irresponsible' Mueller op-ed defending Roger Stone conviction: 'Should have remained quiet'

Trump 2020 senior legal adviser Jenna Ellis defended President Trump’s decision to commute Roger Stone’s prison sentence over the weekend and fired back at former Special Counsel Robert Mueller for what she called an "absolutely irresponsible" op-ed defending the prosecution and conviction of the Trump associate.

Execution of Daniel Lee can proceed, federal appeals court rules

A federal appeals court on Sunday ruled that the first federal execution in nearly two decades can proceed as scheduled on Monday, overturning a lower court order that had delayed the execution over concerns of the coronavirus.

Florida Driver Allegedly Crashes into Occupied Church, Sets It on Fire

A man was arrested for allegedly driving through the front door of a church in Ocala, Florida, and setting it on fire with several people inside over the weekend. 

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Atlanta Rapper Lil Marlo Shot Dead

Rapper Lil Marlo was shot and killed in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday night in a targeted attack.

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VIDEO: NYPD Cop Placed in Headlock While Trying to Disperse Crowd

A pair of New York City Police Department officers were trying to disperse a crowd building at a Bronx street corner when a thug allegedly placed one of the cops into a headlock, according to a disturbing video.

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HAMPTON BAYS, NY - FEBRUARY 20: An NYPD officer arrives for the funeral service of fallen NYPD Detective Brian Simonsen at the Church of St. Rosalie, February 20, 2019 in Hampton Bays, New York. Thousands of area police officers and law enforcement personnel attended the funeral. Simonsen was killed by friendly fire while responding with fellow NYPD officers to a robbery at a store in Queens last week. Simonsen is survived by his wife and mother and will be interned at Jamesport Cemetery  in nearby Riverhead, New York. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Nick Freitas: Abigail Spanberger Abandoned Virginia's Police

Nick Freitas told Breitbart News Saturday that Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) abandoned Virginia's police amid the leftist movement to defund the police. 

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In this Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 photo, Virginia Del. Nick Freitas listens to an introduction during a town hall in Lake of Woods, Va. Freitas is running a write in campaign after a paperwork error left his off the November ballot. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

'Bill & Ted' Star Alex Winter's HBO Doc 'Showbiz Kids' Reveals Abuse of Former Child Stars

Former child stars are opening about sexual abuse and emotional trauma resulting from being a child actor in Bill & Ted star Alex Winter's new HBO documentary, Showbiz Kids.

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JK Rowling Handprints Vandalised After Opposing 'Hormones and Surgery' for Trans Kids

Handprints on the streets of Edinburgh honouring Harry Potter author Joanne 'JK' Rowling have been vandalised following her comments against the "medicalisation" of trans kids. 

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A tourist poses as they place their hand in one of Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling's hand prints, in a flagstone on a street in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 26, 2017. Rowling had her handprints preserved in honour of receiving the Edinburgh Award. Author J. K. Rowling on Monday marked the "wonderful" two decades since her Harry Potter creation first hit the shelves, starting a global literary phenomenon which has inspired a generation. / AFP PHOTO / NEIL HANNA (Photo credit should read NEIL HANNA/AFP via Getty Images)

NYC prepares to fend off potential second coronavirus surge as US sees spikes

New York’s early experience is a ready-made blueprint for states now finding themselves swamped by the coronavirus pandemic. It could also come in handy again at home, as the region readies for a potential second wave of infections that experts predict will likely come at some point.

Vandals Allegedly Target Statues of the Virgin Mary in Boston, Queens

Two statues of the Virgin Mary were reportedly vandalized over the weekend in Boston, Massachusetts, and Queens, New York.

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Virgil: Welcome to Year One—All Prior History Is Cancelled 

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The American people are going to have to stand up for their public monuments, their history, and quite possibly for their very lives against the excesses of the new Woke religion.

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The American people are going to have to stand up for their public monuments, their history, and quite possibly for their very lives against the excesses of the new Woke religion.

These doctors and nurses volunteered to battle Covid-19 in the Navajo Nation, and came back with a warning

"People are getting tired, but unfortunately the course of this pandemic won't be dictated by human preference," added Dr. Nathan Teismann, an emergency care physician at UC San Francisco, who spent a month with the Navajo Nation. "Instead, it will follow the biology of a contagious respiratory virus."

Latest Symbol Of Patriarchy? ARCHITECTURE! With Its Phallic Buildings That Thrust Upward

Dallas city skyline, Dallas, Texas, the Dallas part of the Dallas/FortWorth Metroplex

Can you imagine being a faux “oppressed” leftist in today’s world, desperately trying to find something, anything, to be oppressed by? It’s almost as if they are drawing  random cards out of a hat with topics to complain about. Today’s outrage is architecture! Yes, tall phallic buildings that THRUST upward into the sky, which are now symbols of sexism, “toxic masculinity,” and chauvinistic male oppression! They even equate skyscrapers to literally rape.

Or at least that’s according to Leslie Kern, who wrote an article titled “‘Upward-thrusting buildings ejaculating into the sky’ – do cities have to be so sexist?”  for the Guardian:

Toxic masculinity is built into the fabric of our urban spaces, writes Leslie Kern, author of new book Feminist City. And the results aren’t just divisive – they can be lethal.

Glass ceilings and phallic towers. Mean streets and dark alleys. Road names and statues of men. From the physical to the metaphorical, the city is filled with reminders of masculine power. And yet we rarely talk of the urban landscape as an active participant in gender inequality. A building, no matter how phallic, isn’t actually misogynist, is it? Surely a skyscraper isn’t responsible for sexual harassment, the wage gap, or even the glass ceiling, whether it has a literal one up top or not?

That said, our built environments can still reflect patterns of gender-based discrimination. To imagine the city and its structures as neutral places where complicated human social relations are staged is to ignore the simple fact that people built these places. As the feminist geographer Jane Darke has said: “Our cities are patriarchy written in stone, brick, glass and concrete.” In other words, cities reflect the norms of the societies that build them. And sexism is a deep-rooted norm.

As far back as 1977, an American poet and professor of architecture named Dolores Hayden wrote an article with the explosive headline “Skyscraper seduction, skyscraper rape”. Hayden tore into the male power fantasies embodied in this celebrated urban form. The office tower, she wrote, is one more addition “to the procession of phallic monuments in history – including poles, obelisks, spires, columns and watchtowers”, where architects un-ironically use the language of “base, shaft and tip” while drawing upward-thrusting buildings ejaculating light into the night sky.

If the disorder of cities was a threat to certain women, and the disorder of certain women a threat to cities, the suburbs could provide a solution. Early ads for the London tube depicted such areas as Golders Green as refuges where women would be safe and conveniently preoccupied with homemaking and child-rearing, while fathers could easily access the city via expanded underground routes.

In the mass suburbanisation of North America in the 1950s, this “fix” for gender norms that had become unstable during the war was quite explicit. “Developers,” says Hayden, “argued that a particular kind of house would help the veteran change from an aggressive air ace to a commuting salesman who mowed the lawn. That house would also help a woman change from Rosie the Riveter to a stay-at-home mom.”

She really starts going off the rails later in her article:

The consequences have proved deadly as Covid-19 rampages through our cities. Take the crisis in long-term care homes. Care for elderly and disabled people has been largely privatised in many countries, leaving homes dependent on a low-wage labour force, who must cobble together a living by working at multiple facilities, most likely taking crowded public buses and trains between them. This factor rapidly spread Covid-19, exposing the most vulnerable members of society to a frequently fatal illness. Because cities have failed to prioritise care as a public good, while perpetuating the notion that it is women’s work, employees have risked their lives for pennies, and the elderly have died because staff don’t earn a living wage.

Another deadly consequence is the global rise in domestic violence. If violence against women is ever given any attention in our cities, it is generally along the lines of women facing “stranger danger” in public: having to limit our movements, adjust our clothing, and travel in packs, avoiding dark alleys. Fear-mongering keeps women “in our place” and limits our access to the public realm. It also reinforces the idea that women should seek safety and protection in the nuclear family home – when nothing could be further from the truth.

The vast majority of violence, including fatal violence, against women and girls worldwide is perpetrated in the home, and lockdowns have exacerbated its every cause. These include stress, financial pressure, isolation, and a lack of interventions from family, friends and colleagues. Women are frightened to access shelter services and have little safe space or time to reach out for help. Not only is it almost impossible to move during the pandemic, loss of employment for many also means they can’t afford to leave anyway.

Yes, yes, in the minds of today’s modern deranged leftists, skyscrapers built decades ago by white males are responsible for rape, domestic violence, the coronavirus, and other crimes against humanity.

She continues:

City planners, architects and politicians can make a difference, if the will is there. In the Aspern district of Vienna, all of the streets and public spaces are named after women. In Tokyo, trains have carriages set aside at particular times for women, disabled people, children and carers. In Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, female street vendors have seen their safety and economic prospects improve with the building of secure, permanent mini-markets that include space for breastfeeding. In Stockholm, snowploughing schedules prioritise residential streets, school zones, public transport and bike lanes. These interventions say to women: “Your contribution matters. Your safety matters. Your mobility matters.”

The current situation offers an unprecedented opportunity for even bigger changes. One possibility comes via the anti-racism protests sweeping the globe: defund the police. Transfer that money to affordable housing, childcare and public transport, all of which would dramatically improve women’s lives in ways that increased policing never has. A second move: all those people suddenly deemed “essential workers” should be paid as if our lives depend on them, because they do. Third: reinvest in the public realm by creating accessible, barrier-free spaces and transport systems that would allow everyone full access to the benefits of city living.

Yes, that’s right, if we simply get rid of, or at least “re think” today’s architecture and city planning, all of the world’s problems would be solved.

But what would Art Vandelay have to say?

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Democrats Defend Fauci After White House Puts Out List of His (Deadly) Coronavirus Mistakes

The White House put out a statement to the Washington Post listing several mistakes by Dr. Anthony Fauci about the COVID-19 Chinese coronavirus pandemic. While the White House did not characterize Fauci’s mistakes as “deadly”, Fauci’s mistakes clearly cost American lives as the public and the government heeded his advice early on that downplayed the seriousness of the virus that has since killed nearly 140,000 Americans this year. Democrats rushed to defend Fauci.

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The Post article is about the deteriorating relationship between the career bureaucrat Fauci (who cannot be fired by the President) and the Trump administration. The article states Fauci has not spoken with President Trump since the first week of June and no longer briefs him. The Post also reported the administration is limiting Fauci’s TV interviews.

Washington Post excerpt:

For months, Anthony S. Fauci has played a lead role in America’s coronavirus pandemic, as a diminutive, Brooklyn-accented narrator who has assessed the risk and issued increasingly blunt warnings as the nation’s response has gone badly awry.

But as the Trump administration has strayed from the advice of many of its scientists and public health experts, the White House has moved to sideline Fauci, scuttled some of his planned TV appearances and largely kept him out of the Oval Office for more than a month even as coronavirus infections surge in large swaths of the country.

In recent days, the 79-year-old scientist and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has found himself directly in the president’s crosshairs. During a Fox News interview Thursday with Sean Hannity, Trump said Fauci “is a nice man, but he’s made a lot of mistakes.” And when Greta Van Susteren asked him last week about Fauci’s assessment that the country was not in a good place, Trump said flatly: “I disagree with him.”

Fauci no longer briefs Trump and is “never in the Oval [Office] anymore,” said a senior administration official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations. Fauci last spoke to the president during the first week of June, according to a person with knowledge of Trump’s calendar.

…A White House official released a statement saying that “several White House officials are concerned about the number of times Dr. Fauci has been wrong on things” and included a lengthy list of the scientist’s comments from early in the outbreak. Those included his early doubt that people with no symptoms could play a significant role in spreading the virus — a notion based on earlier outbreaks that the novel coronavirus would turn on its head. They also point to public reassurances Fauci made in late February, around the time of the first U.S. case of community transmission, that “at this moment, there is no need to change anything that you’re doing on a day-by-day basis.”

The Post did not publish the White House list of Fauci’s mistakes, but included a defense of Fauci:

Fauci’s supporters acknowledge those early mistakes, attributing them to the challenges posed by a new, largely unknown pathogen. They agree he downplayed the possibility of the virus spreading from person to person in January and early February even as it quietly seeded itself in communities on the East and West coasts. And, like several other public health officials, he initially said the public shouldn’t wear masks, but now strongly recommends it, especially when individuals can’t maintain distances of at least six feet from other people.

Fauci has said he was worried early in the outbreak about a shortage of masks and wanted to reserve them for health care workers. And he has said from the start that scientists’ knowledge of a brand new virus would evolve and recommendations could change based on new information.

NBC News reported on the White House list with a headline and sub-headline that defended Fauci. NBC News was given the list by the White House but like the Post did not publish the list.

White House seeks to discredit Fauci amid coronavirus surge–Many of the past statements the White House is criticizing Fauci for are ones that were based on the best available data at the time and were widely echoed by Trump and other officials.

The White House is seeking to discredit Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, as President Donald Trump works to marginalize him and his dire warnings about the shortcomings in the U.S. coronavirus response.

In a remarkable broadside by the Trump administration against one of its own, a White House official told NBC News on Sunday that “several White House officials are concerned about the number of times Dr. Fauci has been wrong on things.” To bolster the case, the official provided NBC News with a list of nearly a dozen past comments by Fauci earlier in the pandemic that the official said had ultimately proven erroneous.

Among them: Fauci’s comments in January that coronavirus was “not a major threat” and “not driven by asymptomatic carriers” and Fauci’s comment in March that “people should not be walking around with masks.”

…The list of past Fauci comments compiled by the White House, first reported by The Washington Post, includes Fauci saying in January— weeks before the first reported COVID-19 death in the U.S.— that the virus was “not a major threat for the people in the U.S.” A month later, it was Trump himself who told Americans that the virus would simply “disappear” like a “miracle.”

…Another member of the coronavirus task force, Admiral Brett Giroir, added to the Fauci pile-on today when he told NBC’s “Meet the Press” that Fauci has not always been correct.

“I respect Dr. Fauci a lot, but Dr. Fauci is not 100 percent right and he also doesn’t necessarily, he admits that, have the whole national interest in mind. He looks at it from a very narrow public health point of view,” Giroir said.

Democrats rushed to defend Fauci.

Davis Axelrod, “Tragic and utterly predictable. Fauci deserves great credit for hanging in there as long as he has despite fragging from WH. He is a true patriot.”

Tragic and utterly predictable.
Fauci deserves great credit for hanging in there as long as he has despite fragging from WH. He is a true patriot.https://t.co/1OpLveTJrh

— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) July 12, 2020

Claire McCaskill, “Trump has muzzled the most trusted doctor and scientist in the country. Now they are sending out oppo on him to try and make him look bad. Outrageous. No wonder we lead the world in Covid cases and deaths. And the virus rages on.”

Trump has muzzled the most trusted doctor and scientist in the country. Now they are sending out oppo on him to try and make him look bad. Outrageous. No wonder we lead the world in Covid cases and deaths. And the virus rages on. https://t.co/aHIpMs2VOI

— Claire McCaskill (@clairecmc) July 12, 2020

House Democrats, “You’d think they’d have more important things to do”

You'd think they'd have more important things to dohttps://t.co/z6O1l3cDq5

— House Homeland Security Committee (@HomelandDems) July 12, 2020

CNN’s Jim Sciutto, “Predictably, the knives are out for Dr. Fauci, a supremely qualified expert on outbreaks whose sin seems to be speaking truth to power and consistently outshining the president in trustworthiness.”

Predictably, the knives are out for Dr. Fauci, a supremely qualified expert on outbreaks whose sin seems to be speaking truth to power and consistently outshining the president in trustworthiness. https://t.co/wmXsOfrsUw

— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) July 12, 2020

Rosie O’Donnell, “free fauci from Donalds wrath”

free fauci from Donalds wrath https://t.co/LytvrlCUOD

— ROSIE (@Rosie) July 12, 2020

Former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau, “The White House orchestrating a hit job on one of the country’s most respected public health officials in the middle of a pandemic isn’t just dangerous and repugnant – it’s one of the politically stupider moves they’ve made in a long time…I’ve seen multiple focus groups now where swing voters will specifically mention Trump’s tendency to put his own ego over the advice of public health experts as a reason they’re not voting for him this time…Shivving someone as trusted and beloved by the public as Fauci will now serve as one of the more glaring, memorable examples of Trump’s catastrophic response to the pandemic, and it’s exactly the kind of ego-fueled move that’s turning voters away from Trump.”

The White House orchestrating a hit job on one of the country’s most respected public health officials in the middle of a pandemic isn’t just dangerous and repugnant – it’s one of the politically stupider moves they’ve made in a long time.

— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) July 12, 2020

Shivving someone as trusted and beloved by the public as Fauci will now serve as one of the more glaring, memorable examples of Trump’s catastrophic response to the pandemic, and it’s exactly the kind of ego-fueled move that’s turning voters away from Trump.

— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) July 12, 2020

This list of Fauci mistakes (including his approving of sex hookups with online strangers during the pandemic) compiled by TGP’s Jim Hoft and published in May is stunning to look back on as the nation nears 140,00 dead from the virus.

The Post article notes the 79-year-old Fauci has no plans to quit because he wants to help find a vaccine not just for the coronavirus but for AIDS. Fauci has been working without success for an AIDS vaccine since the 1980s when he assumed his current position as Director the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at NIH in 1984.

“Friends and allies say Fauci doesn’t quit because he loves his job and also feels a great sense of responsibility about helping to develop coronavirus vaccines and treatments — the biggest challenge of his career and the only way the country can truly begin to move past the pandemic. He has long said he does not want to retire before there is an AIDS vaccine.”

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Weissmann wrote this on Friday after President Trump commuted Roger Stone’s years in prison for lying to a congressional committee, something Democrats do with regularity.

Stone was a victim of the Mueller witch hunt, an investigation with no merit that Trump-hating prosecutors knew was fraudulent before they opened the investigation.

Law and Crime reported:

Former special counsel Robert Mueller’s onetime lead lieutenant Andrew Weissmann wants to see former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone hauled before a grand jury in New York State.

“Time to put Roger Stone in the grand jury to find out what he knows about Trump but would not tell,” the onetime prosecutor and current New York University law professor wrote on Friday evening. “Commutation can’t stop that.”

Several political, media and legal figures erupted after President Donald Trump announced that he was commuting the sentence of his longtime friend under the often controversial presidential prerogative afforded by America’s founding charter.

The U.S. Constitution, Article II, Section 2 reads, in relevant part:

[H]e shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment.

“Roger Stone is a victim of the Russia Hoax that the Left and its allies in the media perpetuated for years in an attempt to undermine the Trump Presidency,” the White House said in statement, which read like a Trump tweet, when announcing the commutation. “There was never any collusion between the Trump Campaign, or the Trump Administration, with Russia. Such collusion was never anything other than a fantasy of partisans unable to accept the result of the 2016 election.”

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Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Sunday announced he will be calling Robert Mueller to testify after the former special counsel blasted Roger Stone in a Washington Post op-ed.

“Apparently Mr. Mueller is willing – and also capable – of defending the Mueller investigation through an oped in the Washington Post.” – Lindsey Graham said.

“Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee have previously requested Mr. Mueller appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify about his investigation. That request will be granted.” he added.

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee have previously requested Mr. Mueller appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee to testify about his investigation.

That request will be granted.

— Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) July 12, 2020

Robert Mueller lashed out at Roger Stone after President Trump commuted the political operative’s sentence.

President Trump on Friday evening commuted Roger Stone’s sentence just days before the republican political operative was set to report to prison.

67-year-old Roger Stone was hunted down by Mueller’s crooked team of Democrat lawyers and charged with process crimes.

Mueller blasted Roger Stone in a WaPo op-ed on Saturday titled, “Roger Stone Remains a Convicted Felon, and Rightly So.”

Mueller’s op-ed was full of Russian collusion lies.

For example, Mueller peddled the lie that “WikiLeaks released emails stolen by Russian military intelligence officers.”

By late 2016, the FBI had evidence that the Russians had signaled to a Trump campaign adviser that they could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information damaging to the Democratic candidate. And the FBI knew that the Russians had done just that: Beginning in July 2016, WikiLeaks released emails stolen by Russian military intelligence officers from the Clinton campaign. Other online personas using false names — fronts for Russian military intelligence — also released Clinton campaign emails. – Mueller wrote.

To this day, there is zero evidence to support Mueller’s claims of Russian hackers — the FBI never did forensic analysis of the DNC servers and just took CrowdStrike’s word that the servers were hacked by the Russians.

Anyone who watched Mueller’s last testimony knows he didn’t write that WaPo op-ed (Weissmann probably wrote it).

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (Photo: AP)

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USA Today Sports Writer Tells GOP Senators to ‘Shut Up and Stick to Politics’

Sports writers who have completely sold out for social justice this weekend told two Republican U.S. senators to shut up and stick to sports. Nancy Armour, a social justice pitbull for the USA Today sports lite section, ridiculed Senators Kelly Loeffler of Georgia and Josh Hawley of Missouri for publicly opposing pro basketball's acquiescence to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Jason Reid, who writes for ESPN's black-themed blog The Undefeated, endorsed Armour's attack on the conservative politicians. Last week, Sen. Loeffler, a co-owner of the WNBA's Atlanta Dream, sent a letter to Commissioner Cathy Engelbert exposing the radical nature of BLM and asking the league to require every player's jersey include a U.S. flag. Sen. Hawley wrote to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver criticizing the gutless league for putting profits over offending China for its suppression of Hong Kong.  Media reaction to these infidels was swift and vicious. Fox Sports 1's Shannon Sharpe called for Sen. Loeffler to be removed as a WNBA owner. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski fired off an F-bomb at Sen. Hawley. Armour, who calls Wojnarowski's vulgar outburst a "boost" to the social justice movement, is shouting them down, too: "Josh Hawley and Kelly Loeffler’s displays of faux outrage are as unoriginal as they are distasteful. "Eager – or, in Loeffler’s case, desperate – to bolster their conservative credentials, the Republican senators didn’t just borrow a page from President Donald Trump’s race-baiting, base-riling playbook, they shamelessly plagiarized the entire thing. But in trying to 'own the libs,' all they’ve done is reveal themselves to be small-minded politicians who can neither think for themselves nor offer anything but hate and divisiveness." Neither senator has the moral high ground, Armour writes. Polls show support for Black Lives Matter and athlete protests, and there is growing recognition that liberty and justice is not available to all, she writes. "It is Trump, and those who parrot his bigotry, who are the outliers." To think the progressive WNBA and NBA will stand down instead of riding the surging tide of activism is disingenuous, Armour contends: "To suggest the NBA and WNBA stay silent while even NASCAR and the NFL use their platforms to call for badly needed change is nothing more than a blatant attempt to pander to Trump and his supporters." USA Today recounts how Renee Montgomery, a multi-millionaire who plays for Sen. Loeffler's Atlanta Dream team (and who was fired by a team for breach of contract in 2011), plans to sit out the 2020 season in order for focus on social justice issues, sent a snarky letter to the team's owner: "I know you have a tough upcoming election in November and must appeal to your base. I get it, I do. But to say sports shouldn’t mingle with politics denies our past. ... While you might very well be on the `right' side of this November’s elections, you are on the wrong side of history if you can’t see that Black Lives Matter." Armour complained about athletes being told that their opinions outside of sports are irrelevant and that they should just "shut up and play." "For Hawley and Loeffler, they really should shut up and stick to politics." Jason Reid re-posted Armour's hit piece on Twitter, along with the comment, "Yep, Armour brought it."

JUST IN: Loud Explosion Heard From Inferno Aboard Navy Ship in San Diego (VIDEOS)

A loud explosion was reported Sunday morning as firefighters worked to put out a blaze on the USS Bonhomme Richard at a Naval Base in San Diego, California.

The cause of the fire is unknown.

NBC San Diego reported:

An explosion erupted as a roaring blaze was reported on a military assault ship at Naval Base San Diego Sunday morning, according to authorities.

Plumes of smoke arose from USS Bonhomme Richard as firefighters battled the three-alarm blaze on the 3400 block on Senn St. The vessel is an amphibious assault ship homeported in San Diego, according to Krishna Jackson of Naval Base San Diego.

BREAKING! Loud explosion just heard from inferno aboard #Navy ship #USSBonhommeRichard pic.twitter.com/HuK12iC9BI

— Allison Ash (@AllisonAshNBC7) July 12, 2020

The San Diego Fire Department posted video of firefighters working to put out the blaze.

WATCH:

pic.twitter.com/xhPqcloXFh

— SDFD (@SDFD) July 12, 2020

SDFD said several sailors are being treated for a variety of injuries.

Several sailors are being treated for a variety of injuries. #shipfire pic.twitter.com/dNUzBEJbBZ

— SDFD (@SDFD) July 12, 2020

LIVE FEED:

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ESPN Suspends NBA Reporter Adrian Wojnarowski For Saying “F*ck You” to GOP Senator Josh Hawley

ESPN suspended NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski for sending a profane email to GOP Senator Josh Hawley.

According to reports, Wojnarowski was suspended without pay, however it is unclear how long the suspension is for.

NEWS: Woj has been suspended without by ESPN, The Post has learned.@sportsrapport first on suspension. The without pay part is new information.

— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) July 12, 2020

ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski wasn’t too happy that Senator Josh Halwey (R-MO) blasted the NBA for kowtowing to Beijing and refusing to support US military and law enforcement.

Hawley sent a letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver blasting the league’s decision to limit messages players can wear on their jerseys to a few BLM/social justice slogans while censoring support for police or criticism of the CCP.

NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski got triggered and said “F*ck you” to Hawley in an email.

Senator Hawley on Friday posted the screenshot of the email from Wojnarowski to his Twitter account.

Don’t criticize #China or express support for law enforcement to @espn. It makes them real mad ⁦@Outkickpic.twitter.com/WJDxrotUBD

— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) July 10, 2020

Woj ‘apologized’ early Friday afternoon after publicly getting called out by Hawley.

ESPN responded in a statement on Friday afternoon in coordination with Woj’s ‘apology.’

https://t.co/cHyqaxBLQC pic.twitter.com/b2gPBcNzS3

— ESPN PR (@ESPNPR) July 10, 2020

This is what liberal/Marxist privilege looks like.

If Adrian Wojnarowski was a Trump supporter he would have been fired rather than temporarily suspended without pay.

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Turkey: MP says “Decision to convert Hagia Sophia to mosque will make life more difficult for Christians here”

Turkey: MP says “Decision to convert Hagia Sophia to mosque will make life more difficult for Christians here”
Indeed it will, as it is a new indication that Erdogan intends to destroy Turkish secularism altogether and restore Islamic rule to Turkey, which will involve the subjugation of the country’s remaining Christians as dhimmis. “Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan formally makes Hagia Sophia a mosque,” by Suzan Fraser, Associated Press, July 10, 2020: …Turkey’s […]

Is Disunion In Our Future?

(John Hinderaker)

Until the last few months, the idea of disunion as anything but a historical relic had barely occurred to me. But lately, I have begun to wonder. Is there any basis on which we can share governance of America with people who hate our country and our traditions, institutions, culture and freedoms? Why, exactly, should we want to do so? Is there any set of shared assumptions and values that will allow normal Americans and leftists to work together as fellow citizens? One begins to wonder.

Last Friday, I filled in for Dan Proft on his late-night Salem network show. Dan has a great booker and producer who makes hosting easy. One of our guests was Frank Buckley, a professor at Scalia Law School and columnist for the New York Post.

We started out talking about Buckley’s column “America Held Hostage” in the Spectator, where he connects the current madness to November’s election. We then moved on to discuss Frank’s book American Secession: The Looming Threat of a National Breakup. With remarkable prescience, Buckley wrote the book last year, and it was published in January.

In the 21st Century, disunion wouldn’t mean civil war. It would be much like Brexit–difficult, but not impossible. Such questions as how to divide the national debt would have to be negotiated. Population exchanges might need to be arranged, as many blue state residents would want to move to Free America (as one might tentatively call the potential red state union) and a smaller number would want to move the other way. What to do with Washington, D.C.? Free America would probably be willing to cede it to Leftist America, but it is full of monuments to American history, which leftists hate. So maybe we would flip a coin.

It is easy to see which way most states would go. Leftist America would include California, Oregon, Washington, Illinois, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland. Free America would include Texas, the Rocky Mountain states, Florida and the Southeast, and the Midwest except for Illinois. In a few states, like Minnesota and Virginia, there might be bitterly fought plebiscites, but it would be nothing like Kansas in the 1850s. In some cases, states might be broken up. California from Orange County south, Illinois south of Cook County, upstate New York and eastern Washington and Oregon would want to join Free America, and maybe that could be negotiated.

What is the alternative to disunion? We can, of course, muddle along the way we are, but there is a serious risk of America’s irreconcilable minority of leftists dragging down the rest of us. Frank Buckley points out that one practical alternative could be a rebirth of federalism. If New York will give up on governing Nebraska, Nebraska never had any desire to govern New York in the first place. But that might be a pipe dream.

In any event, Buckley’s is a provocative hypothesis. And once you begin thinking about it, it doesn’t seem as outlandish as one might have assumed just a few months ago. Here is the audio of my two segments with Frank Buckley:

Unprecedented Evil: Mother Mary Statue Burned at Boston Parish – Mary Statue Vandalized in NY City

A Mary Statue was burned at St. Peter’s Parish in Boston on Saturday night.

Virgin Mary statue set on fire at Boston church, officials say https://t.co/UI2Ac2abDw

— Dian (@Dian5) July 12, 2020

Boston.com reported:

Boston police are conducting an arson investigation after someone reportedly set a Virgin Mary statue on fire at Saint Peter Parish in Dorchester.

Police were called to the area near 284 Bowdoin St. around 10 p.m. Saturday for a report of the statue being in flames.

When officers arrived at the church, the fire investigation unit for Boston Fire Department told police that someone had seemingly set the plastic flowers the statue was holding on fire, and the blaze burned the face and upper body of the statue.

Also this weekend a Mary statue was vandalized in Queens on Friday.

Virgin Mary statue vandalized with graffiti in NYC

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Suicide’s not painless

(Scott Johnson)

Former Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges took to the pages of the New York Times to explain the city’s current state of civic dissolution in the column “As Mayor of Minneapolis, I Saw How White Liberals Block Change.” Subhead: “But this revolutionary moment is inviting us to be a part of the solution.” The Star Tribune republished the Hodges column yesterday under the same headline. I would have preferred Suicide’s not painless. Hodges writes:

As the mayor of Minneapolis from 2014 to 2018, as a Minneapolis City Council member from 2006 until 2014 and as a white Democrat, I can say this: White liberals, despite believing we are saying and doing the right things, have resisted the systemic changes our cities have needed for decades. We have mostly settled for illusions of change, like testing pilot programs and funding volunteer opportunities.

These efforts make us feel better about racism, but fundamentally change little for the communities of color whose disadvantages often come from the hoarding of advantage by mostly white neighborhoods.

In Minneapolis, the white liberals I represented as a Council member and mayor were very supportive of summer jobs programs that benefited young people of color. I also saw them fight every proposal to fundamentally change how we provide education to those same young people. They applauded restoring funding for the rental assistance hotline. They also signed petitions and brought lawsuits against sweeping reform to zoning laws that would promote housing affordability and integration.

Nowhere is this dynamic of preserving white comfort at the expense of others more visible than in policing. Whether we know it or not, white liberal people in blue cities implicitly ask police officers to politely stand guard in predominantly white parts of town (where the downside of bad policing is usually inconvenience) and to aggressively patrol the parts of town where people of color live — where the consequences of bad policing are fear, violent abuse, mass incarceration and, far too often, death.

Underlying these requests are the flawed beliefs that aggressive patrolling of Black communities provides a wall of protection around white people and our property.

* * * * *

Whatever the result, a sustainable transformation of policing will require that white people of means disinvest in the comfort of our status quo.

We are in a left-wing asylum where the inmates require straitjackets to prevent harm both to themselves and to others. Hodges is a clinical example of the phenomenon.

We’re Police! We’re not trained to handle this kind of violence!

(Steven Hayward)

If you want to envision what the left has in mind for the future of urban policing after we defund the police and transform keeping order into a project for social workers, you can hardly do better than to check out this scene (which is totally racist) from the 1993 film Demolition Man. (Set in the distant future, this is the film where Sylvester Stallone is awaked from hibernation, and is appalled to see the “Arnold Schwarzenegger Presidential Library” as he is driven around town.) Even Hollywood got it—back then at least. I doubt this film would get green lit today.  Anyway, this scene is less than 2 minutes long:

Greyhound's Value Drops by $156M Due to Less Illegal Immigration to U.S.

The value of Greyhound Lines Inc., the intercity bus service company, has seen a drop in its value as a result of reductions to mass migration at the United States-Mexico border. 

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A Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol agent conducts a random immigration inspection on a Greyhound Bus. (File Photo: Bob Price/Breitbart Texas)

Four Migrant Rescue Ops in One Day in California Mountains near Border

El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents carried out four separate rescue operations during an 18-hour period last week. The operations resulted in the rescue of seven illegal aliens in distress in the Jacumba Wilderness Region in Southern California.

Aliens Rescued 1

BORSTAR EMT agents medically evaluated and
treated the four subjects, who were out of water (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/El Centro Sector)

Fate of historical site where 1st Alaska flag flew to be decided, city officials say

Officials in Seward, Alaska, will decide Monday whether to demolish a neglected historical boarding school where the state flag was first flown nearly a century ago and where its Alaska Native designer lived.

Schiff: 'Anyone Who Cares' About Rule of Law 'Nauseated' by Stone Commutation

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Sunday on ABC's "This Week," House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff called President Donald Trump commuting the sentence of Roger Stone "offensive" to the rule of law.

Adam Schiff Looking Upward

Sunday on ABC's "This Week," House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff called President Donald Trump commuting the sentence of Roger Stone "offensive" to the rule of law.

Pelosi: Trump, DeVos 'Messing with the Health of Our Children’

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said President Donald Trump and his Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's plan to reopen schools is "messing with the health of our children."

Nancy Pelosi

US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds a press conference after the House passed Resolution 755, Articles of Impeachment Against President Donald J. Trump, at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, on December 18, 2019. - The US House of Representatives voted 229-198 on Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump for obstruction of Congress. The House impeached Trump for abuse of power by a 230-197 vote. The 45th US president is just the third occupant of the White House in US history to be impeached. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

North Carolina Man Accused of Killing Infant Son Faces Murder Charge

A North Carolina man accused of killing his infant son is facing a charge of first-degree murder in connection with his death.

Robert Ahmaad Middleton Jr

Robert Ahmaad Middleton Jr

Sailors Injured in Blaze Aboard Ship at San Diego Naval Base

By: AP · AP
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Several sailors were injured after a fire broke out Sunday on board a ship at Naval Base San Diego.

SDFD was requested by Federal Fire at about 9am. #shipfire

SDFD was requested by Federal Fire at about 9am. #shipfire

5 people were shot during a dispute at a Michigan apartment complex

An altercation at a Michigan apartment complex ended with five people shot Sunday morning, Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green said.

Think 2020 Has Been Bad So Far? The Worst Is Yet to Come

If you think the news has been horrible so far, hold onto your hats, because the 2020 election is going to make things a whole lot worse.

Think 2020 Has Been Bad So Far? The Worst Is Yet to Come

Anarchy & Woke Tyranny Will Be Defeated on Nov. 3

Everything is what it is, and not another thing. That lapidary observation from the Sermons (1726) of Joseph, Bishop Butler, is one of the most profound philosophical observations I have ever encountered. One of the simplest, too. In nine short words, it introduces a principle of mental hygiene that Marxists, Freudians, Hegelians, astrologers, sociobiologists, and other lovers of mystification ignore at their-or, more to the point, at our-peril.

Anarchy & Woke Tyranny Will Be Defeated on Nov. 3

Goya Cares More About Money Than Its Latino Customers

A company connected by more than profit margins to the Latino community in America wouldn't be surprised by customers offended at the CEO's comments.

Goya Cares More About Money Than Its Latino Customers

The Vanity of Liberal Whites Making a Spectacle of Shame

Though the concept of 'white guilt' has been with us since the 1960s, it's seen a fashionable resurgence in the wake of the George Floyd protests last month

The Vanity of Liberal Whites Making a Spectacle of Shame

White America Has Much Work to Do to Dismantle Racism

All across America, people of color, like me and my kids, are perceiving that racial bias is increasing. Now a new study by the Pew Research Center delivers some numbers to back that up.

White America Has Much Work to Do to Dismantle Racism

'FU' Email Highlights Far-Left Wing Sports Media Hypocrisy

On Friday morning Missouri Senator Josh Hawley shared a letter he'd sent to NBA commissioner Adam Silver with the sports media. The letter addressed a glaring hypocrisy: NBA players are making pre-approved political statements on the backs of their jerseys, but none of those statements address the billions of dollars the NBA is pocketing from China, which presently has concentration camps for Muslims and just stripped away all democracy in Hong Kong.

'FU' Email Highlights Far-Left Wing Sports Media Hypocrisy

Demoralizing the Police Is a Big Mistake

As cops become objects of derision and scorn, violent crime soars in American cities.

Demoralizing the Police Is a Big Mistake

Cost of Cutbacks to Police in Minneapolis Comes Into View

Officials are considering scaling back or disbanding the procedural justice and community engagement units, as well as the Police Activities League program to preserve responding to 911 calls.

Cost of Cutbacks to Police in Minneapolis Comes Into View

The Left Is Remaking the World

The uprisings in response to the killing of George Floyd are far different from anything that has come before. Not just because they may be the largest in our history, or that seven weeks in, people are still in the streets (even if the news media has largely moved on). But also because, for the last few years, organizers have been thinking boldly.

The Left Is Remaking the World

The Absurd Boycott of Goya Foods

Democratic politicians and activists have launched a ridiculous boycott campaign against Goya Foods because its CEO is helping lead President Trump's Hispanic Prosperity Initiative.

The Absurd Boycott of Goya Foods

China as Economic Bogeyman

Many Western economists presume that governments are not very good at identifying industries that merit support, and that domestic consumers and taxpayers incur the bulk of the costs. By the same logic, if Chinese policymakers effectively targeted activities where social benefits exceed private benefits, then it is not clear why foreigners should complain.

China as Economic Bogeyman

STUNNING: Leading Democrats Including Hillary Clinton Caught Wearing ‘Nazi Pins’ on Their Jackets

USA Today wrote a BS article on how President Trump is selling Nazi T-Shirts at his campaign store.
The far left “fact checkers” at USA Today ruled the America First Eagle on the Trump T-Shirt is in fact a Nazi Symbol.

But then their fake news fell apart.

Matt Whitlock pointed out that Speaker Nancy Pelosi uses the same image on her website.

Let’s compare. pic.twitter.com/XlHETdxSFE

— The GOP Problem (@xnilxnil) July 12, 2020

And now several photos have surfaced of top Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, wearing the ‘Nazi pin.’

Nan Hayworth pointed out that several leading Democrats are wearing this vile Nazi pin out in public!

Hey, @USATODAY, now do the symbolism of the imagery in the pin worn by these four women, all proud Democrats: https://t.co/Kib2Kh902N pic.twitter.com/yRHZaUMllr

— Nan Hayworth, M.D. (@NanHayworth) July 12, 2020



For the record…
The eagle on a globe pins have been around for ages and were designed by DC jeweler Ann Hand, but were never linked to the Nazis.
It’s only when Trump has an eagle and globe that the fake news media links it to the Nazis!

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Biden Leads Trump by Five Points in Texas Poll

Democratic nominee Joe Biden has taken a five-point lead over President Donald Trump among voters in Texas following a surge in coronavirus cases and deaths there, according to new polling.A Dallas Morning News/University of Texas at Tyler poll released Sunday had Biden...

Biden Leads Trump by Five Points in Texas Poll

Democratic nominee Joe Biden has taken a five-point lead over President Donald Trump among voters in Texas following a surge in coronavirus cases and deaths there, according to new polling.A Dallas Morning News/University of Texas at Tyler poll released Sunday had Biden...

Firefighters Battle Blaze on Navy Ship at San Diego Base

Twenty-one people suffered minor injuries in an explosion and fire Sunday on board a ship at Naval Base San Diego, military officials said.

Firefighters Battle Blaze on Navy Ship at San Diego Base

Twenty-one people suffered minor injuries in an explosion and fire Sunday on board a ship at Naval Base San Diego, military officials said.

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