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EXCLUSIVE: Striking video shows pulsating orb drop down from the sky and cruise alongside two FedEx pilots flying over Mexico that experts believe is a UFO with a plasma forcefield to deflect radar
‘The incident began when the First Officer, looking across to the left side of the cockpit, saw a yellowish white light descend into view from above,’ the report said.
‘He first believed that it was a meteor and began to say so when it suddenly stopped near the same altitude as their aircraft. The UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon]/Light then projected an illuminating beam of bright, white, light on their aircraft, and appeared to take a collision heading.
‘At this moment the Captain also saw the beam of light projected onto their aircraft from the UAP/Light. Both crewmen, in the belief that an aircraft with its landing lights on had turned onto a collision heading with their aircraft, took a defensive attitude and prepared for evasive control inputs.’
Kyle Rittenhouse case: Prosecutors can’t call wounded men ‘victims’ during upcoming trial, judge rules
Rittenhouse, 18, of Antioch, Illinois, was among a number of people who traveled to the Wisconsin city that night, with the teen telling reporters on the ground there that he was in Kenosha to guard a business and to help if people got hurt.
On Monday, Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled that Rittenhouse’s defense team is permitted to describe the three wounded men as “rioters,” “looters” or arsonists, The Associated Press reported. In doing so, he was denying a request from Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger, and said those terms would be allowed if the defense can produce evidence showing that’s what they were.
Also in question was whether the defense team would be permitted to call a use-of-force expert, John Black, to testify that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense. Prosecutors had asked Schroeder to block Black’s testimony, arguing that jurors don’t need an expert to understand what happened that night.
A new warrant has been issued for the arrest of 22-year Davion Sandifer, who’s accused of another multi-thousand dollar scam.
“He’s just willing to do anything he can for his own objectives,” said Assistant District Attorney Keith Houston.
According to court documents, Sandifer committed fraud to get a convicted felon, who he met while behind bars, out of jail.
In a case from earlier this year, Sandifer is accused of hacking a woman’s social media accounts and asking her friends for money while posing as her. He also reportedly created an online dating profile using the woman’s name and photos.
Court documents said Sandifer used the woman’s social media accounts and was able to get men to send explicit photos.
PONTOON BEACH, Ill. — A police officer has died after being shot while investigating a stolen car at an Illinois gas station.
Illinois State Police confirmed with 5 On Your Side that Pontoon Beach Police Officer Tyler Timmins died from his injuries Tuesday morning.
Officer Timmons was investigating a possible stolen car at about 8 a.m. at the Speedway gas station along Illinois Route 111 near Interstate 270. While investigating the car, a man started shooting at him, ISP said, leaving him with life-threatening injuries at the scene. The suspect was taken into custody.
The BackStoppers said it will step in to assist Officer Timmins’ family. He left behind a wife, family friends and coworkers, the organization said.
“The officer was sitting in his patrol vehicle when he was approached by a man who shot a firearm at the officer, hitting the officer in the neck,” GBI spokesperson Nelly Miles said in a release Tuesday.
“During the incident, the officer shot his firearm, hitting the man. The man died at the scene.”
Sources told WSB-TV the officer and the man killed had gotten into a confrontation over a parking ticket.
“The preliminary investigation indicates there may have been some type of altercation between the two males that escalated to gunfire,” an Atlanta police spokesperson told the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
A third gunshot victim, a woman who appeared to suffer a graze wound, was also found at the scene and was taken to an area hospital, Atlanta police said.
As of Tuesday morning, the suspected shooter who was taken into custody after an exchange of gunfire with officers inside the Boise Towne Square shopping mall remains in critical condition, according to the Boise Police Department.
The police officer wounded in the gunfire was treated and released, it added.
Terrifying footage shared online shows people running for the exits while what sounds like gunshots can be heard firing off somewhere in the distance.
Miramar police said the suspects, two girls ages 17 and 16 and a 17-year-old boy, had been arrested for the killing of 18-year-old Dwight Grant. Grant, a senior at Miramar High School, was found dead last week at the apartment complex where he lived.
He was badly beaten and had multiple stab wounds, according to an arrest affidavit released Monday. Authorities said Grant was lured by the male teen’s current girlfriend, the 17-year-old girl, who he had arranged to meet to have sex.
The arrest affidavit said the boy was angry that Grant had sex with an ex-girlfriend. He later texted another suspect saying: “murder will definitely happen soon,” the affidavit states.
He told her that he was upset because he had an “emotional connection” to the girl. Authorities said Grant was lured by the jealous teen’s current girlfriend, who he had arranged to meet to have sex.
The latest tally came from Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Colin Kahl, after Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., pointed to what he believed were contradictory or at least “confusing” numbers that the administration has presented since the August 31 withdrawal.
“One of the many confusing things about this whole thing is that we really don’t know how many Americans are left in Afghanistan,” Inhofe said.
“The administration’s number of U.S. citizens left in Afghanistan keeps changing. We all understand that. It’s very confusing.”
As more Americans receive protection from natural immunity after Covid-19 infection, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has withheld the total number of infections from the public, even though it is undeniably information that belongs to the public.
For months, the CDC updated its website with information including estimates of Covid-19 infected people in the U.S.
However, prior to the Delta variant of Covid-19 spreading widely, the CDC abruptly stopped updating that information.
The last published update as of the time of this publication was May 29, almost five months ago.
An independent group of Israeli lawyers, researchers, scientists, and physicians have sent an urgent letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in advance of the Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021,
Called “Professional Ethics Front,” the nonprofit organization is deeply concerned with the integrity, quality, reliability, and legality of all Israel data associated with COVID-19 vaccination that is being used regarding the safety and efficacy of Pfizer’s “vaccine.”
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[NEWARK, N.J. – Oct. 25, 2021] Project Veritas Action Fund released a new video today exposing two Phil Murphy supporters directly tied to his re-election campaign. Murphy currently serves as New Jersey’s governor.
Wendy Martinez, who is a senior advisor in the Murphy campaign, was recorded admitting that the governor intends to implement a COVID vaccine mandate – but that the announcement would only be made after the November 2 election:
October 25 2021 – MANHATTAN, New York:12000 Municipal Workers and Protesters including FDNY, NYPD, EMS and SDNY marched across Brooklyn Bridge to protest vaccination mandates that require them to be vaccinated against COVID19 by October 29th.
Bombshell: Judge Makes Swift Ruling in Controversial Loudoun County School Bathroom Sexual Assault Case
“I found the facts sufficient to support the charges,” ruled Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Chief Judge Pamela Brooks after a two-hour hearing, according to WTOP-TV. The teen had been charged with one felony count of forcible sodomy and one felony count of forcible fellatio.
On May 28, the boy — then 14 — texted the victim, asking her to meet him in the girls’ bathroom. The Washington Post reported she told the court that when she got there, he threw her to the floor and forced himself upon her.
“He flipped me over,” the victim told the court, according to the Post. “I was on the ground and couldn’t move and he sexually assaulted me.”
The incident ignited a firestorm over transgender policy after the father of the girl who was assaulted,
National correspondent Bill Melugin has the latest from Spofford, Texas on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’.
ICE arrests in the interior plunged after President Biden took office and set new limits on immigration enforcement, including a 100-day “pause” on most deportations.
A federal judge quickly blocked that order. But while ICE’s arrests have increased in recent months, enforcement levels under Biden’s new priority system remain lower than in previous years.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas issued broad new directives to ICE in late September, telling officers the fact that someone is present in the United States illegally “should not alone be the basis” of a decision to detain and deport them.
Ernesto Lopez Morales, a 32-year-old illegal alien from Guatemala, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a crash involving death and drunk driving manslaughter, among other charges, after the Polk County Sheriff’s Office said he hit and killed a 5-year-old girl in a crash.
According to police, Morales was speeding with no headlights on in his 2005 black Chevrolet Suburban on October 23 when he drove into the back of a 2016 grey Hyundai Elantra. A woman and her 5-year-old daughter were in the vehicle.
When police located Morales, he said he had been drinking six 32-ounce beers before getting in his car to go get more beer. Morales, police said, also admitted to failing to turn his headlights on and fleeing the crash because he does not have a driver’s license.
At the same time, border crossers and illegal aliens arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border remain exempt from vaccine mandates and testing requirements. In thousands of cases, not only are illegal aliens exempt but they are released into the U.S. interior while carrying coronavirus.
Former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner Mark Morgan has said that “few to none” of the border crossers and illegal aliens apprehended at the southern border are vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Democrats in Washington, D.C. have likewise opposed any such vaccine mandates for legal immigrants to the U.S. while supporting restrictions on American citizens.
In September, every Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee blocked an amendment to a spending package that would have required the vaccine for foreign nationals in the U.S. who are seeking to adjust their immigration status to remain in the U.S.
Durham to call former FBI general counsel James Baker to testify in case of former Clinton campaign attorney
During a virtual status hearing Tuesday, government prosecutors on Durham’s team signaled their intention to call Baker to testify as part of the Sussmann case. Sussmann has pleaded not guilty to one count of making a false statement to a federal agent.
Durham’s indictment alleges that Sussmann told then-FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016 that he was not doing work “for any client” when he requested and held a meeting in which he presented data and evidence of a purported secret communications channel between then-candidate Donald Trump and Alfa Bank, which has ties to the Kremlin.
The indictment against Sussmann says he lied to Baker when he presented data linking the Trump Organization to a secret server that communicated with Alfa Bank.
The indictment indicates Durham may be expanding his investigation to bring separate charges again Sussmann or additional defendants.
The third strike for Sterling is that no other Georgia Counties ordered significant numbers of extra ballots.
In fact, Cobb County and Gwinnett County both confirmed that they only ordered the legally required number of “Emergency Ballots” (10% of active, registered voters in their county) to have on-hand for election day.
This is relevant because the legal/court issue Sterling presents as the reason for the Fulton County ballot order would not have just affected Fulton County but the entire state of Georgia.
The three reasons presented above remove any logic and all credibility from Gabriel Sterling’s assertions regarding the last-minute ballot order.
‘The Ingraham Angle’ host sounds off on Biden’s attack on the American dream.
American activists demand new “fair” policies, like banning “hate speech,” “reasonable gun rules,” and “adding balance to the Supreme Court.”
Those ideas sound nice, but those very things have already been tried in Venezuela. They failed.
Andrés Guilarte fled Venezuela, and now warns Americans: don’t do what we did.
For example, Venezuela passed a hate speech law to deal with “fascism” and “hate.”
In reality, a Reuters investigation found that the law has been used to jail critics of the government.
Rep. Tony Gonzales criticizes the Biden administration’s policies for ‘encouraging’ migrants to make the trip to the southern border.
Monday, FNC host Tucker Carlson opened his program questioning the Biden administration’s willingness to ignore federal immigration law, as it seemingly turns a blind eye to illegal immigrants streaming across the U.S.-Mexico border.
Carlson accused President Joe Biden of breaking federal law, which under previous circumstances would have been an impeachable offense.
Known as the Church of the Apostles, the basilica was noted by a Bavarian bishop who, in 724 A.D., placed it in the biblical city of Bethsaida.
In the New Testament, Bethsaida is where Jesus performed miracles and the birthplace for several apostles. Apostles Peter and Andrew, according to Bishop Willibald’s account, lived in a residence on top of which the church was built.
Last week, a team of Israeli and American archaeologists revealed additional pieces of the church’s mosaics – purportedly uncovered for the first time in 1,500 years.
“We identified a large apse in the east and uncovered two inscriptions,” said Prof. Mordechai Aviam of Kinneret College. “Only a small section of the first one survived, which mentions a deacon and a building project. The larger second one is a half medallion which mentions the bishop and the reconstruction of the building.”
1) Tehran once again threatens Jerusalem – advising its leaders to allocate funds to rehabilitate the devastating consequences of what the Islamic Republic has in store for the Jewish State.
2) Despite EU talks with Iran on efforts to revive nuclear talks with the P5+1 in Vienna – the United States stresses that only direct negotiations will provide the Islamic Republic with tangible answers.
3) A U.S. official confirms that Iran is linked to last week’s strike on the U.S. military outpost in Syria.
Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy says Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is “not just drunk on power” – he is “abusing it”.
Mr Guy discussed proposed laws which could strip the Victorian chief health officer of power in a pandemic and allow the Premier to have accountability for public health decisions.
The opposition leader said this would be giving “the most power-hungry politician in Australia licence to declare a pandemic” and ultimately giving him “the power to determine what he wants to do for an indefinite period of time”.
Accountability would rest not with “the cabinet, not his party room or caucus, not the Parliament but him,” Mr Guy said.
“Giving one person that amount of power doesn’t appear to be … anything that I can imagine to be democratic about it.”
Leaders across the Western world have been clamoring towards segregationist policies that would pit the jabbed against the jabbed-nots.
According to Amnesty International, Iran was the top executioner in the Middle East last year, accounting for more than half the region’s 493 executions, followed by Egypt, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Amnesty’s annual figures exclude China, where executions believed to number in the thousands are classified as a state secret, and omit executions from some countries marred by conflict like Syria.
Rehman said his latest report highlights serious concerns over the grounds Iran uses for imposing the death penalty, such as “vague national security charges.” Iran also has “deeply flawed judicial processes, where even the most basic safeguards are absent,” he said.
“These elements, and the heavy reliance by courts on forced confessions extracted under torture and other fair trial violations lead me to conclude that the imposition of the death penalty in the Islamic Republic of Iran constitutes arbitrary deprivation of life,” Rehman said.
Project Veritas strikes again! In this episode, I address the stunning hidden video in this prominent Governor’s race. I also address the growing rebellion against vaccine mandates and cancel culture.
- Biden tells the Amtrak lie for the fifth time.
- Here’s what the rich really pay in taxes.
- The CNN coffee boy strikes again.
- Are the vaccines making the problem worse?
- Biden releases a ridiculous “national gender strategy.”
- Remain in Mexico may be in trouble.
- Reuters runs another hilariously dumb “fact-check.”
Watch as Bill explains exactly why Dr. Anthony Fauci should be given his walking papers and why the corporate media absolutely worship the man.
In a world where Blue’s Clues is participating in a pride parade, drag queen story hour is increasingly popular, and we’re teaching boys they can be girls and girls they can be boys, one thing is for certain–we NEED to protect our children from the Left’s dangerous ideas.
Liz Wheeler breaks down 10 important reasons we must reject the transgender ideology.
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