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Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) tried to stop the publication of a news story about Los Angeles’ homeless crisis this week, reportedly telling a Los Angeles Times scribe: “You’ll hurt yourself and the community trying to put this together.”
The Wednesday story by investigative reporter Connor Sheets detailed a March 25 incident in South Los Angeles, where hundreds of homeless people tried to obtain Section 8 housing vouchers after being misled by social media rumors.
The would-be applicants crashed an event held by nonprofit advocacy group Fathers and Mothers Who Care, which had been meant to help the unhoused obtain emergency shelter.
At one point, Waters told the crowd: “I want everybody to go home,” triggering an angry response.
The officer, Dominic Francis of the Bluffton police department, was struck around 2:30 a.m. while he was setting up stop sticks, which flatten tires, said Sgt. Brice Nihiser of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The chase had reached speeds up to 120 mph.
Three suspects inside the car drove away for a short distance before they jumped out and ran. One was found nearby while a second one was arrested in a stolen car in Elyria, about 100 miles northeast of Bluffton, Nihiser said.
Authorities were continuing to look for the third suspect.
Police released graphic video showing the victim, later identified as 26-year-old Peter Panthier, of Brooklyn, walking with another man. The unidentified man suddenly draws a firearm and fires a shot at Panthier’s head, the video shows.
Police said the suspect fired multiple shots at the victim, who suffered a gunshot wound to the left side of his neck and head.
Panthier is seen on video falling to the ground as the suspect flees the scene.
The Richland County Sherriff’s Office released new footage and the 911 call of the fatal shooting of a man who lunged at officers with a wooden stake.
34-year-old Irvin Moorer Charley died in the incident that took place on Heyward Brockington Road in north Columbia.
Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce and Outkick founder Clay Travis sound off on ‘Hannity’.
In a 288-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Mark Walker invalidated certain limits the law placed on ballot drop boxes, voter registration by third parties and the distributing of water to those waiting in line to vote, determining the restrictions violated the Voting Rights Act and constitutional protections.
“At some point, when the Florida Legislature passes law after law disproportionately burdening Black voters, this Court can no longer accept that the effect is incidental,” wrote Walker, an Obama appointee to the federal bench in Tallahassee.
“Based on the indisputable pattern set out above, this Court finds that, in the past 20 years, Florida has repeatedly sought to make voting tougher for Black voters because of their propensity to favor Democratic candidates.”
Rep. Scalise tells Laura Ingraham we have uncovered emails between the CDC director and the union president saying, ‘We don’t like this, we want new language that makes it easier to close schools.’
The Fox News contributor joined ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss the new law and Disney’s pushback on the legislation.
In this episode, Vince and Jason sit down with Ohio Republican Representative Jim Jordan to discuss invoking the 25th amendment on Joe Biden, Trump vs. Biden on the border and inflation crises’, and some extreme Hunter Biden drama.
Jim Jordan is a Republican American politician serving as the U.S. representative for Ohio’s 4th congressional district since 2007.
“Election integrity means counting every lawful vote and prohibiting any attempt to illegally cast a vote,” Gov. Dough Ducey said in a letter explaining his decision to sign the bill Wednesday.
The bill requires voters in presidential elections to show proof of citizenship, including by providing a driver’s license or tribal ID number, or a copy of a birth certificate, passport or naturalization documents.
The bill also requires newly registered voters to show proof of address that they are an Arizona resident.
Turkey is in the grip of nationwide protests by doctors over surging violence and worsening economic conditions.
The country is witnessing an unprecedented increase in doctors quitting to take jobs overseas, which as Dorian Jones reports from Istanbul, threatens one of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s major achievements.
Last week, North Korea launched its Hwasong-17 ICBM, marking its first full test of an ICBM in more than four years, with its largest missile to date.
The officials told CNN this week that North Korea recently resumed construction activities and began digging new tunnels, which could be used for such underground nuclear tests.
Commercially available satellite images obtained by CNN also indicated construction activity at the Punggye-ri nuclear test site near Pyongyang.
1) A fourth terror attack plagues Israel in less than 10 days – as Israel ratchets-up pressure on Islamist terrorists.
2) Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz proclaims “all tools are cosher” in war on terror.
3) Israeli President Isaac Herzog meets with Jordan’s King Abdullah the Second in Amman.
Laura Ingraham says Americans under the assumption that Disney still embraces the vision of its founder, Walt Disney, are sadly mistaken.
Global elites actually had the guts to title their first session at the World Government Summit ‘Are We Ready for A New World Order?’
Glenn plays clips from the SHOCKING event, in which some of the world’s most powerful leaders teased more supply chain disruptions, energy system difficulties, and a U.S. digital dollar similar to China’s (something even the New York Times now admits could be on the way soon…).
It’s time for Americans to STOP saying ‘that could never happen here,’ Glenn says, because this summit proves anything is possible…
Former Libertarian and Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul (R-Texas) shares with The New American the importance of following the Constitution when it comes to any potential U.S. involvement in Ukraine.
Paul also addresses Biden’s remarks about the “New World Order,” his entry into politics in the 1970s and working together with Congressman Larry McDonald (D-Ga.), and also why an Article V constitutional convention (or convention of states) would not work to stop unconstitutional federal overreach.