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Wyoming residents and young parents Jesus and Krista Montiel said Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends First” that to deal with rising costs, they are skipping meals so their daughter can eat.
Co-host Todd Piro said, “What sacrifices are you making right now?”
Jesus said, “At this time right now, because things are so tough, I’m doing anything and everything I can to be able to provide for my family. That includes driving an hour-and-a-half one way to and from work and working literally all day. I get to see my daughter twice a week.”
Piro said, “You are surviving on two cups of Ramen a day. You look like an adult male. You are sacrificing so your wife and daughter can eat.”
He asked, “Krista, how are you finding ways to save money?”
EXCLUSIVE: ‘You gotta get some help.’ Listen to Joe Biden’s tearful voicemail plea to Hunter revealing he knew his son was having a drug-fueled meltdown at the time he bought a gun – and lied about being a drug abuser on purchase form
Joe Biden knew about Hunter’s drug-fueled meltdown at the time his son bought a gun and lied about being a drug user on the sworn purchase form, a voicemail from the president to his son reveals.
Biden sounds close to tears in the voicemail left on Hunter’s abandoned laptop on October 15 – three days after Hunter bought the gun and lied about being a drug addict – begging him to get help.
‘It’s Dad. I called to tell you I love you. I love you more than the whole world pal,’ Joe said in the October 15 message. ‘You gotta get some help. I know you don’t know what to do, I don’t either.’
DeSantis over the weekend announced that residents of Fort Myers Beach — one of the areas hit hardest by the Category 4 storm — now have access to the area.
“Just 10 days after #HurricaneIan made landfall, residents now have access to return to Fort Myers Beach. Everyone needs to be able to return to their property,” DeSantis announced.
“Thank you to everyone involved with re-establishing access to this community, and we are working to get this area fully restored,” he added in a social media post:
Is Wells Fargo down 10/10/2022. Why Wells Fargo is not working today? Whats up with Wells Fargo now?
Wells Fargo is down today, October 10 2022. Wells Fargo is not working right now, let’s sort out what’s wrong with Wells Fargo and why it’s inaccessible 10/10/2022.
According to the graph provided by the Downdetector service we can see that 145 users are experiencing problems with Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo outages reported in the last 24 hours.
The most frequently reported problems with Wells Fargo today 2022/10/10
Most reported problems: Online Banking 66%, Mobile Banking 24%, Transfer & Pay 11%.
“He was designated as a dangerous offender at trial,” Danielle Tudor, who was attacked by the “jogger rapist” in 1979 at her Portland home, told the Oregonian. “I don’t understand how that puts him at a Level 1 sex offender.”
Richard Troy Gillmore will be released from prison on Dec. 16 after spending nearly 36 years behind bars. He admitted to raping nine young girls and women in Portland, Oregon, and its suburbs in the 1970s and 1980s. He became known as the “jogger rapist” because he cased out the homes of his victims by running past them, the Oregonian reported.
Gillmore, who will be 63 at the time of his release in December, will be classified as a Level 1 sex offender, a lower-level designation.
The classification does not require the county or state to notify residents of the area where he will eventually move to and live.
Report: Illegal Alien with Criminal Record Charged with Murdering Two Americans in Las Vegas Stabbing Spree
Late last week, 32-year-old Yoni Barrios, reportedly an illegal alien from Guatemala with a criminal record in the sanctuary state of California, allegedly went on a stabbing spree on the Las Vegas strip where he targeted eight random tourists and Americans while wielding a knife.
According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Barrios had recently arrived on the Las Vegas strip from California when he encountered DiGiovanni and other women with the “Best Showgirls in Vegas” group, who are hired for events and pose with tourists for photos.
Barrios walked up to the showgirls and asked for a photo, according to police, when he eventually pulled out a 12-inch knife — stabbing one of the women, and then stabbing DiGiovanni in the chest. While DiGiovanni was on the ground, one of the women applied pressure on top of her to help before paramedics arrived on the scene.
New York gubernatorial candidate Rep. Lee Zeldin says the ongoing crime crisis hits ‘extremely close to home’ after the Sunday night shooting that took place while his daughters were home alone.
Ladapo, who has frequently criticized the safety and effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines, cited data showing an increase in cardiac conditions for men under 40 who have received mRNA coronavirus shots.
In his post, Ladapo linked to new guidance from his office recommending against the shots for under-40s.
“Studying the safety and efficacy of any medications, including vaccines, is an important component of public health,” said the Florida Surgeon General in a statement accompanying the press release.
“Far less attention has been paid to safety and the concerns of many individuals have been dismissed – these are important findings that should be communicated to Floridians.”
Twitter promptly took the post down, alleging it violated its coronavirus misinformation policies, only to restore it on Sunday morning.
Florida’s Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo: “This body of tech and other forces that come in and silence people, they don’t think human beings have the right to have free access to information that they don’t want them to have access to.”
Video: Energy sector to do ‘a lot of the heavy lifting’ in this week’s earnings data: George Cipolloni
Penn Mutual Asset Management portfolio manager George Cipolloni looks ahead to the Q3 earnings and economic data that will be released this week.
Fox News host Mark Levin laid out what the Democratic Party and President Biden support and why the country is headed in the wrong direction in his monologue on ‘Life, Liberty & Levin.’
Martinez said in a statement Monday that, effective immediately, “I am resigning as President of the Los Angeles City Council.” The move reportedly means that she still retains her seat as a council member.
“I take responsibility for what I said and there are no excuses for those comments. I am so sorry,” Martinez said in a follow-up apology statement on Monday.
The Los Angeles Times first reported about the audio recording on Sunday of a conversation that happened in October 2021 between Martinez, council members Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León, and L.A. County Federation of Labor President Ron Herrera while discussing the redrawing of districts.
According to the Times, Martinez criticized another colleague, Councilor Mike Bonin, who is White, over the parenting of his Black son, who she said Bonin treated like an “accessory.”Martinez also called Bonin’s son “ese changuito,” Spanish for “that little monkey.”
Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb says that the fentanyl crisis can be laid at Joe Biden’s’ feet. One America’s Daniel Baldwin caught up with him at President Trump’s Save America rally in Arizona
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, discusses the ongoing investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings and how that is expected to impact the midterm elections on ‘Sunday Morning Futures.’
At least 11 people have been killed and 60 injured by Russian missile strikes across Ukraine.
At least 83 missiles were fired, hitting the capital Kyiv and other major Ukrainian cities.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has said the attacks are retaliation for the weekend’s strike on the Crimean Bridge.
Several inches of rain have already fallen across Venezuela and Columbia in South America, as well as in Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala in Central America.
And more is on the way as Julia, now a tropical depression, emerges off the coast and into the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
Deadly attack claims life of IDF soldier;US calls on Israel & PA for restraint TV7 Israel News 10.10
1) Deadly shooting attack claims the life of one IDF soldier – as tensions continue to simmer.
2) Despite mounting concerns of escalation between Lebanon and Israel – the U.S. continues to believe that “a lasting (maritime demarcation) agreement is possible and… within reach.”
3) Canada announces the black-listing of the IRGC – as the Islamic Republic persists with a brutal crackdown in a desperate attempt to dim glimmers of the Iranian people’s hope.
In this episode, I address the growing threat of a nuclear war and the latest attempt by PayPal to silence conservatives. I also discuss a new vaccine study which big tech is desperately trying to keep quiet.