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Maryland‘s biggest county pushed a CRT-based ‘psychoeducational lesson’ on students as young as five years old that taught them of a ‘dual pandemic of COVID-19 and systemic racism’ – and ordered teachers to buy a book written by anti-racist activist Ibram X. Kendi.
Montgomery County Public Schools Associate Superintendent Janet S. Wilson sent an email to principals announcing: ‘All schools will be required to implement a student psychoeducational lesson during one of the school’s mandatory Social-Emotional Learning block before September 18, 2020.
‘This lesson will provide students crisis facts about the dual pandemic (COVID-19 and systemic racism) that is occurring around the country and here in Montgomery County.’
The email sent on August 26, 2020 and other documents obtained by Fox News show the critical race theory-based lesson that was required for all elementary and secondary school students.
In a video, the instructor coaches teachers to say: ‘We are currently living through a dual pandemic with COVID-19 and the Systemic and Structural racism occurring worldwide.’
Thousands of comments, including comments from Center for Food Safety (CFS), opposing this release were submitted in early October on the last day of EPA’s public comment period amid growing concerns raised by scientists, public health experts and environmental groups.
If approved, the release would be the largest ever release of genetically engineered (GE) insects in the U.S., following an initial release earlier this year in Florida.
“EPA is not doing its job. Releasing billions of GE mosquitoes could affect our food chains and ecosystems.
If the female mosquitoes are released, GE hybrid mosquitoes could spread diseases more efficiently,” said Jaydee Hanson, policy director at the Center for Food Safety and the International Center for Technology Assessment.
“The GE mosquito is a Trojan horse for a pipeline of other GE insects to be used in agriculture.”
On Thursday, the U.S. Navy announced U.S. 7th Fleet commander Vice Adm. Karl Thomas reached the decision to relieve the USS Connecticut’s commanding officer Cmdr. Cameron Aljilani, executive officer Lt. Cmdr. Patrick Cashin and Chief of the Boat Cory Rodgers.
In announcing its decision to relieve the three senior leaders of the submarine, the Navy described a “loss of confidence” in the leaders.
“Thomas determined sound judgement, prudent decision-making, and adherence to required procedures in navigation planning, watch team execution and risk management could have prevented the incident,” the Navy statement read.
The judge presiding over the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse—accused of killing protesters during civil unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the police shooting of Jacob Blake last summer—removed a juror Thursday after he made a joke about why officers shot Blake seven times.
The murder trial for Kyle Rittenhouse has begun one year after he shot three people during the “Fiery but mostly peaceful” protests of Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Here is what you need to know about that night in 2020 as well as the active jury trial.
According to the Kenosha County Eye, Antaramain is rumored not to be seeking reelection due to backlash from his response to the Kenosha riots of last summer.
“John has a lot at stake in the Rittenhouse trial. He wants Kyle convicted. He wants Kyle to take the blame and distract us from his failures as our leader. Lucky for John, he has a lot of powerful family members in charge here in Kenosha,” they continued.
The lead detective in the Rittenhouse case reportedly is the mayor’s nephew, Benjamin Antaramian, who allegedly wants to connect Rittenhouse to the “Kenosha Guard” Facebook page despite proof from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg proving otherwise.
The Mmyor’s cousin is reportedly the Kenosha City Attorney Ed Antaramian. Mayor Antaramian’s nephew is Kenosha City Judge Michael Easton. Another nephew of his is State Representative Thaddeus McGuire. Another cousin of his is County Board Supervisor Laura Belsky, the Kenosha County Eye reported.
On Oct. 26, 27-year-old Luis Gabriel Ramos of Yonkers, New York, was arrested after allegedly setting a car on fire near the Taconic State Parkway, according to News 12 Westchester.
Though this was a charge of felony arson, no bail was set, and he was immediately released. One source told The Journal News that “felony third-degree arson charge is not bail eligible,” according to the New York Post.
Based on the evidence, authorities believe that the women had been killed sometime between Friday evening and Saturday morning. They also had reason to believe that Ramos knew them.
A detective spoke to a former girlfriend of Ramos, and she was able to give them information that led to his arrest. According to the Westchester Journal News, she told authorities that Ramos confessed the crime to her.
Lawyer Joseph McBride shares updates on his clients’ cases on ‘Tucker Carlson Originals.’
The arrest comes after Durham last month indicted Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann for making a false statement.
The indictment alleges 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 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.
Earlier this month, in a court filing dated Oct. 20, Durham and his team outlined its first production of discovery to the defense, which included the thousands of documents received “in response to grand jury subpoenas issued to fifteen separate individuals, entities and organizations–including, among others, political organizations, a university, university researchers, an investigative firm, and numerous companies.”
The OSHA rule requires employers with 100 or more employees to put vaccine requirements in place for all staff, or face fines of up to $14,000 per violation. The agency is allowed to put into place an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) when it determines workers are at “grave risk.”
Under the rule, workers who are not vaccinated are required to submit a weekly negative COVID test at no expense to their employer. Unvaccinated workers are also required to wear masks when on the job. Health care workers do not have the testing option.
The ETS requires employers to determine and keep record of the vaccination status of each employee and report all COVID deaths and hospitalizations to OSHA.
The White House is promising enough supply to protect the nation’s 28 million children in that age group.
Fox News contributor Lara Trump questions why children are being forced to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and reacts to a former Obama aide warning Democrats not to let the GOP become the ‘party of parents.’
Dr. Ben Carson, a former surgeon at the John Hopkins Children’s Center, is speaking out this week to warn that children should “absolute not” get the COVID-19 vaccine because Joe Biden’s effort to get them vaccinated is a “giant experiment.” Carson went on to warn that there is not sufficient data to determine the long-term risks posed by the shots.
“Do we want to put our children at risk, when we know that the risk of the disease to them is relatively small, but we don’t know what the future risks are? Why would we do a thing like that? It makes no sense whatsoever,” Carson told Fox News.
“You look at the Cleveland Clinic study, 1,300 of their health care workers who had been previously infected, none of them got reinfected,” he said. “So, I know the CDC is coming out with their recommendations and trying to spin things their way. But we ought to look at all of the data.”
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – CPD (Chicago Police Department) released body camera footage of police activity where police shot & killed Michael Craig after responding to his domestic disturbance call.
On October 04, 2021, Chicago police officers responded to a domestic disturbance call near 7700 S. Carpenter Street where a man told police his wife had a knife to his throat.
Once officers arrived and received additional details, one officer entered the apartment and engaged the two occupants before discharging his firearm, fatally striking the 61-year-old man.
A knife was recovered at the scene, but at that time it was unknown exactly who occurred prior to officers arrived.
Topic 1 concerns the U.S. House of Representatives passing three (3) public safety bills expanding peer counseling programs, benefits for disables first responders and penalties for those who harm federal law enforcement officers.
Topic 2 concerns police hiring woes from across the country. Pennsylvania, Portland and Baltimore are highlighted in this series.
On Fox News last night Durr said he didn’t even have any plans for when he gets to the state capital of Trenton.
‘I really don’t know,’ he said when asked about what he’ll do his first day.
‘That’s the key factor. I don’t know what I don’t know, but I will learn what I need to know, and I’m going to guarantee one thing – I will be the voice and people will hear me because if there is one thing people will learn about me, I got a big mouth and I don’t shut up when I want to be heard. I’m going to be heard.’
Durr, 58, is employed as a truck driver for furniture store Raymour & Flanigan. He grew up in South Jersey and has three children and six grandchildren.
Out of the $153, he spent $66.64 at Dunkin Donuts to buy food and drinks for his ‘staff’ and $86.67 for flyers and business cards.
The attorney generals of Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee announced they would take legal action against the White House over the rule and filed a lawsuit (pdf) in a bid to challenge President Joe Biden’s rule affecting federal contractors.
Despite the widespread pushback, Biden framed the issue as a choice between having more people getting vaccinated or prolonging the COVID-19 pandemic, although numerous studies—including some published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—have shown that vaccines don’t prevent transmission of the virus.
In addition to the three attorneys general, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said he would sue the administration over its mandate on private employers.
And Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who filed a lawsuit against Biden’s mandates after he announced them in early September, said he would sue the administration on Friday, according to a news release.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, a Republican, announced via a Twitter video that her administration would join a lawsuit against the mandate, which she described as unconstitutional.
At today’s Senate Health Committee hearing, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) had another clash with Dr. Anthony Fauci.
There’s a simple message today’s elite — in Washington, in the media, and in education — don’t seem to understand: they’re not masters over the American people.
In fact, their credibility has suffered SO much, Glenn says, it’s hard to believe anything they say. They work for US, and we’re NOT sheep.
Instead, we’re American bison and we’ll trample anyone who comes for our family or our freedoms, which is EXACTLY what just happened in Virginia…
The letter, led by House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), also raised the specter of migrants attempting to force their way into the US after they pushed past a highway checkpoint manned by approximately 400 Mexican officers in the southern part of that country late last month.
“In the past year alone, U.S. Border Patrol has recorded nearly 1.7 million migrant apprehensions at the southern border, which is the highest number of illegal crossings in history,” Cruz and Stefanik wrote. “If the Administration does not begin to appropriately respond to these caravans and the ongoing border crisis, these surges will surely continue.”
The caravan is estimated to contain between 3,000 and 4,000 migrants, most from Central America and the Caribbean. Some estimates say the group includes up to 1,000 children.
Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, says he thinks the new border wall construction is a ‘great idea’.
Senior political analyst Brit Hume argues there is a major political realignment underway in America on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’.
“Yesterday there was another provocation against Polish soldiers protecting the border,” the Polish Ministry of Defense (MOD) said.
“The Polish soldiers located a group of around 250 migrants near the fence,” it explained. “The Belarusian soldiers guarding them threatened to open fire at our soldiers.”
The MOD noted that Polish troops did not allow themselves to be provoked and as a result, the situation did not escalate further.
“The actions of the Belarusian soldiers looked like an attempt to escalate the situation, but they were also an attempt to hide the fact that a group of migrants had crossed into Polish territory,” it wrote.
A 36-year old man has faced Carnarvon Magistrate’s Court after he was charged with the abduction of four-year old Cleo Smith on Thursday.
Cleo disappeared on October 16 while camping in WA’s mid west, prompting a protracted search for the child.
After 18 days of searching, however, she was found alive in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
IRGC claims US incapable of supporting Israel; Iranian nuclear talks to resume TV7 Israel News 04.11
1) IRGC Commander in Chief Major General Hossein Salami claims that the collapse of the United States has started and therefore its ability to support Israel has come to an end.
2) Iran and the European Union announce that the resumption of nuclear negotiations in Vienna has been scheduled for November 29th.
3) EU Members of Parliament visiting Israel voice their shock over Iran hate-rooted determination against Israel.
Marc Dutroux is a monster, plain and simple. What he did is incomprehensible.
He kidnapped children and locked them in a dungeon. He raped and tortured them, then he killed them. Some were left to starve to death, others were buried alive.
Only two survived. Now Dutroux has finally been found guilty and sentenced to life for his crimes, but that still doesn’t answer these questions:
Why was the police investigation such a debacle and how many more people – important people – were involved in this evil plot?
Hundreds marched to Flemington Racecourse in protest of Premier Daniel Andrews’ proposed pandemic bill.
In an unusual scene, police facilitated the peaceful anti-Dan protest—even blocking roads for the protesters.
Chanting ‘kill the bill’, the group arrived at the Melbourne Cup entrance, where 10,000 punters were slowly allowed in after showing their vaccine passports.
Megyn Kelly is joined by two lawyers, Jonna Spilbor and Arthur Aidala, for a “Kelly’s Court” segment on the latest on the Kyle Rittenhouse case, whether it was self-defense, and more.
In this episode, Dinesh explores how a new case gives the Supreme Court a unique opportunity to affirm Second Amendment rights.
Dinesh reveals how “black supremacy”–a mirror image of “white supremacy”–is the cornerstone of Critical Race Theory.
Dinesh takes a first look at Kyle Rittenhouse’s claim of justified self-defense. Former Texas state senator Don Huffines joins
Dinesh to discuss what Texas needs to do to become the exemplar and leader of the Republican red states.