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ABSOLUTE HORROR! Leah Dee joined Stew Peters with horrific video and images of children being shocked, abused and tortured at the hands of psychopaths in Massachusetts.
The Major Cities Chiefs Association (MCCA) — a ‘professional organization of police executives representing the largest cities in the US’ — released LAST year a report on the 2020 protests.
But, because the left and the mainstream media want to hide the contents of this report, it’s just now making it’s way into the hands of those truly fearful for the safety of our nation.
So, Glenn dives into the report, revealing some of the shocking numbers inside it that destroy so many of the far-left’s narratives — like that there were nearly 3 THOUSAND felony charges made during the 2020 protests.
If you think the pandemic hasn’t taken a toll on the mental health of young people, ponder these two facts from a new review: one in four are suffering from depression, while one in five are struggling with anxiety.
“Being socially isolated, kept away from their friends, their school routines and extracurricular activities during the pandemic has proven to be difficult on youth,” said lead researcher Sheri Madigan. She is an assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University of Calgary, in Canada.
“An important consideration for keeping schools open should be the mental health and well-being of youth,” Madigan said.
Amazon Web Services recently won a secret government cloud computing contract worth about $10 billion from the National Security Agency, an agreement that’s being challenged by Microsoft, Nextgov reports.
The contract, which is codenamed “WildandStormy,” was not publicly announced, but Microsoft was informed of the deal in July, prompting the company to lodge a bid to protest with the Government Accountability Office.
These filings revealed the code name and show that the deal is the second major cloud computing agreement that the U.S. intelligence community has made in the last year, after the CIA split its C2E contract between five companies, including AWS and Microsoft, as well as Google, Oracle, and IBM.
Many companies are boosting salaries in order to recruit workers as businesses scramble to fill job openings in an attempt to catch up with booming demand, Axios reported on Tuesday.
This scenario has resulted in workers taking advantage of the strong demand for labor by quitting their old jobs in search of better opportunities.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey, 3.87 million workers quit their jobs in June, which is close to the record set this past April of 3.99 million.
The Colorado-based star had been recording in Nashville when she and a friend shared a Lyft home from a girls’ night out, with the pal dropped off first, Dunn said.
The driver then pulled over less than a mile from her house, she said.
“Before I could even get my shoes off or get my phone to try and call 911, he grabbed me by the collar, ripped me out of the backseat and slammed me face-first down into a ditch,” she told People.
“Somehow in the scuffle, I thought I called 911, but I didn’t even get the number right. But it was a miracle. They called me back.
Boakye is free on $1,000 bond. He has been charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly physically removing a female passenger
The shooting happened near 8th and Franklin streets at about 2 p.m. Saturday.
Video shows two armed men in hoodies trying to rob two women of their purses. That’s when two men tried to intervene and stop the suspects.
Within moments, shots rang out.One of the Good Samaritans was shot and wounded and crumpled to the ground.
Officers searched the area for suspects, but were unable to locate any.
The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Stephen Gandy Stephen.Gandy@portlandoregon.gov or Detective Jeffery Pontius Jeffery.Pontius@portlandoregon.gov or 503-823-0433.
The two dead Tuesday raises the total homicide count in Portland so far this year to 58, Fox News has learned. That compares to the 54 all last year.
Tuesday’s incident also makes 2021 the city’s deadliest year since 1994, when 55 people were killedIn the last six weeks alone, Portland’s Enhanced Community Safety Team recorded an average of 30 shooting incidents per week in the liberal city. As of Monday, there had been approximately 732 shooting incidents so far in 2021, with about 237 people injured by gunfire.
Kyle Clark, 35, was driving a black Volkswagen Jetta on Lake Shore Drive when he sideswiped another vehicle carrying the off-duty officer and his friend around 11:40 p.m., CWB Chicago reported, citing prosecutors.
The off-duty officer and his friend, both 38-year-old males, pulled up alongside Clark and ordered him to pull over so they could file a crash report, according to the outlet. The off-duty officer reportedly identified himself to Clark as a Chicago police officer.
After the three men exited their vehicles, Clark allegedly punched the off-duty officer twice in the face. When the friend tried to help, Clark attacked him and completely bit off his nipple, the report said.
Emonte Morgan, 21, is charged with first-degree murder in Saturday’s fatal shooting of 29-year-old officer Ella French, as well as attempted murder and other charges.
His brother, 22-year-old Eric Morgan, faces charges of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon by a felon and obstruction of justice.
Officers had stopped a vehicle Saturday with two men and a woman inside just after 9 p.m., when a male passenger opened fire, police said Sunday. Officers reportedly returned fire, striking the passenger who appeared to fire at them.
Earlier Monday, federal prosecutors charged a 29-year-old Indiana man, Jamel Danzy, with purchasing and then illegally supplying the semi-automatic handgun used in the shooting.
Danzy is accused of buying the weapon from a licensed gun dealer in Hammond, Ind. in March and providing it to an Illinois resident who Danzy knew could neither buy nor possess guns because of a felony conviction.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Tuesday alleged that President Joe Biden committed massive voter fraud even in the state of Texas — but apparently not enough fraud to defeat former President Donald Trump there.
Via Media Matters’ Bobby Lewis, Lindell showed the audience at his “Cyber Symposium” a series of slides showing what he claims are the “true” totals of the 2020 election.
In Texas, Lindell alleges, Trump actually received around 6.4 million votes, compared to 4.8 million for Biden.
This is a big discrepancy between the final tally in Texas, which showed that Trump received 5.9 million votes, compared to 5.3 million for Biden.
Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium 2021 will be LIVE on FrankSpeech.com. Starting August 10th, a non-stop, 72-hour event will be held with a 5 million dollar challenge! Exciting, right? But why such a huge prize, and what is this event all about?
Most people are aware that Mike Lindell has ruffled a few feathers. After all, actively questioning the 2020 election results is a serious point of contention. Now with a billion-dollar lawsuit with Dominion and millions lost from big name companies pulling his pillows, Mike Lindell has prepared for battle. Between the release of hot-button documentaries that expose the problems with the results and gathering information, Mike Lindell is ready to begin his showdown.
For opposing the results, the Democratic Party and other dissenters have mocked this effort. Most of all, they’re saying that this data does not exist. However, Mike Lindell is willing to put his money where his mouth is with this upcoming Cyber Symposium!
According to Senator Paul’s office, the video was removed by YouTube, with his account suspended from posting any new videos for seven days.
“Censorship by YouTube is very dangerous as it stifles debate and promotes groupthink where the ‘truth’ is defined by people with a political agenda,” Senator Paul stated in a video message which responded to YouTube’s alleged actions.
The video, titled “It Is Time For Unfiltered News,” was also removed by YouTube. “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines,” stated the Google-owned Big Tech giant.
During a press call earlier on Tuesday, Senator Paul condemned the apparent link between Big Tech corporations, such as YouTube, and the country’s legislature.
“Nobody will ever understand why Mitch McConnell allowed this non-infrastructure bill to be passed. He has given up all of his leverage for the big whopper of a bill that will follow,” Trump wrote in a statement.
“I have quietly said for years that Mitch McConnell is the most overrated man in politics—now I don’t have to be quiet anymore.”
“He is working so hard to give Biden a victory, now they’ll go for the big one, including the biggest tax increases in the history of our Country,” Trump added.
The Georgia Republican tweeted Monday night that the Food and Drug Administration “should not approve the covid vaccines.”
“There are too many reports of infection & spread of #COVID19 among vaccinated people,” Greene tweeted.
“These vaccines are failing & do not reduce the spread of the virus & neither do masks.
“Vaccine mandates & passports violate individual freedoms.”A Twitter spokesperson told CNN that Greene’s tweet “was labeled in line with our COVID-19 misleading information policy. The account will be in read-only mode for a week due to repeated violations of the Twitter Rules.”
“Certainly Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have a substantial amount of blame with this, they’re the ones who campaigned on this, but Mayorkas has not pushed back at all,” Biggs told Fox News in an interview. “So he is the guy who is responsible for the border security and national security and it is a disaster down there.”
“He has failed utterly in his duty,” he said.
The resolution introduces two articles of impeachment against Mayorkas. The first accuses him of having “engaged in a pattern of conduct that is incompatible with his duties as an Officer of the United States.”
The second article accuses Mayorkas of having “engaged in a pattern of conduct that has placed departmental personnel and American citizens at risk of exposure to and contracting COVID-19 by refusing to take necessary steps to prevent potentially contagious illegal aliens from entering the United States.”
The vote was 69-30, with 19 Republicans – including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – joining all Democrats to approve major investments to the nation’s roads, bridges, railways and more.
To mark the achievement, Vice President Kamala Harris came to the Capitol to preside over the Senate and announced the successful vote.
“Big news, folks,” Biden tweeted immediately after the victory. “The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal has officially passed the Senate. I hope Congress will send it to my desk as soon as possible so we can continue our work of building back better.”
But the rare showing of bipartisanship was short-lived Tuesday, as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., quickly pivoted to advancing a massive $3.5 trillion budget bill. Minutes after the infrastructure bill success, Schumer immediately called a procedural vote to begin debate on the Democrats’ budget plan, which passed along party lines: 50-49.
This partisan budget proposal will be the vehicle for Democrats to pass liberal priorities such as universal pre-kindergarten, expanded Medicare access, two free years of community college, subsidized child care, legalizing undocumented immigrants and green climate initiatives.
‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host discusses difference in media coverage between Obama’s birthday party and Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
1) Israeli President Isaac Herzog warns that the Jewish State is at a “critical point in terms of the threats against” it.
2) The Islamic Republic of Iran has warned the United Kingdom to pay attention – claiming it to be a source of insecurity in the Persian Gulf ; that after London accused Tehran of bearing responsibility for a deadly maritime attack.
3) Authorities in Jerusalem are seemingly stepping-up efforts to combat the spread of the Delta Variant of the Coronavirus – amid rising numbers of confirmed cases in recent weeks.
Protesters hurled petrol bombs at riot police in Bangkok on Tuesday after Thai authorities detained 11 leaders of the demonstration against the government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) workers rescued seven people early on Tuesday after they were stranded in flash floods in the Black Sea province of Rize.
As Taliban fighters tighten their grip on captured territory, the U.N. fears war crimes may have been committed. Louisa Naks has more.
The military exercises involving ground troops and combat aircraft are to continue through Friday in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region.
The region is located in northwestern China east of Xinjiang, where China has detained more than 1 million Uyghurs and members of other Muslim minorities in what it calls a campaign against terrorism and extremism.
Critics say the detentions violate the human rights of a minority group.
While stopping short of creating a formal alliance, Russia and China have increasingly coordinated their military and foreign policies to oppose what they describe as the perceived U.S. global domination.
The truth is controversial. Tell it anyway. This is a fascination discussion between Michael Knowles and Farah Jimenez on Thomas Sowell’s book, Race and Culture. Watch the full episode:
In this episode, I discuss the controversial edit in the Donald Trump interview on my Fox show.
I also address the outrageous weekend interviews by “public health” officials promoting coronavirus hysteria.
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