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Passerby hears screaming from storm drain, discovers naked woman who’d been missing for several weeks. The story only gets weirder from there.
According to the Miami Herald, the woman, who is 43 years old, went swimming in a canal near her boyfriend’s home on March 3.
“While she was swimming, she came across a doorway near a shallow part of the canal. She stated she entered the doorway and noticed a tunnel,” an incident report read according to the outlet.
The report noted that the woman became curious when she saw the doorway, and began walking down the tunnel. That tunnel led to the next “and so on until she became lost,” the Herald noted.
“The woman claims she was walking in the tunnels, lost, for about three weeks until she ‘saw some light’ and decided to sit there because she saw people walking by,” the Herald added.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other social media leaders are set to present to Congress on Thursday their proposed revisions to federal regulations requiring them to to identify and remove unlawful content.
Zuckerberg, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Google’s Sundar Pichai will each present their respective proposal to the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Zuckerberg argues that social media companies shouldn’t receive immunity – as part of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996.
He thinks Congress should instead require companies to find and remove unlawful content.
“The government may regulate, and even prohibit, in public places — including government buildings, churches, schools, and markets — the open carrying of small arms capable of being concealed, whether they are carried concealed or openly,” Judge Jay Bybee, appointed by President George W. Bush, wrote for the majority.
He said a review of more than 700 years of American and English law showed that government has long had the power to regulate arms in public places.
“We have never assumed that individuals have an unfettered right to carry weapons in public spaces,” Bybee wrote. “Indeed, we can find no general right to carry arms into the public square for self defense.”
Bybee was joined by another Bush appointee and five Democratic appointees.
Top U.S. infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci on a recent public health panel signaled common ground with a renowned Chinese doctor and public health administrator on the matter of ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, with both Fauci and his Chinese counterpart suggesting that those restrictions could continue for many months or even years.
Fauci in early March appeared on the virtual panel, titled “The Future of Health,” hosted by the University of Edinburgh.
Also present in the meeting was Chinese pulmonologist Zhong Nanshan, who has been at the forefront of China’s response to the pandemic and who has been referred to by national spokeswoman Hua Chunying as “China’s Fauci.”
It’s been a rough week for the identitarian left whose viral claims over white supremacist shootings fell apart as quickly as they were promulgated.
I went on Sky News Australia on 24 March, 2021, to discuss the cynical race-baiting by journalists, politicians and celebrities.
The Pennsylvania woman who was drugged, raped and found dead in a Miami Beach hotel room over spring break was a “genuinely good person,” according to a close friend who ripped the “sick” suspects accused of targeting her.
Friends and co-workers of Englehardt are stunned that the North Carolina men would allegedly target such a “genuinely good person,” WPVI reported.
DiFrancesco said she was outraged by the details of the crime.
“To think what she went through, it’s sickening,” DiFrancesco continued. “It’s sick.”
DiFrancesco said her friend always “lit up the whole room” whenever she was around.
Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane discusses the growth of China’s military.
Mark Ibrahim discusses his experience at the rally and further legal action on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’
MISSOULA COUNTY, Mont. — A mountainous, 2,600-square-mile region with a population of approximately 119,600 does not seem like your prototypical setting for machine politics.
Yet a recent audit of mail-in ballots cast there found irregularities characteristic of larger urban centers — on a level that could have easily swung local elections in 2020, and statewide elections in cycles past.
The Biden administration, the Democrat-controlled Congress, and the Democratic National Committee are collectively pressing to both nationalize, and make permanent, many of the extraordinary pandemic-driven voting measures implemented during the 2020 election —particularly mass mail-in voting.
Political leaders and prominent media outlets have dismissed concerns raised by critics that such measures invite voter fraud. But could the election in small-county Missoula call all that into question?
In his own interview with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday, Rubio said, “We have to know what it is, or we have to try to know what it is.
That’s my view, without any preconceived notions.
Maybe there’s a logical explanation, maybe it’s something that can be explained away, maybe it’s a foreign adversary who’s made a technological leap, as you heard [John Ratcliffe], the former DNI, say. Whatever it is, we need to know the answer to it.”
The shooting killed Daisy Navarrete, 21, of Plano, and the conditions of the others ranged from good to critical Saturday.
Officers determined that an argument had broken out inside and that after a witness tried to intervene, someone pulled out a gun and began firing.
Rogers, who is Black, is described as 5-8 and 170 pounds. Police said he is considered armed and dangerous.
Police ask anyone with information on Rogers or other aspects of the case to contact Detective Boz Rojas at 214-681-1786 or firstname.lastname@example.org and refer to case No. 047116-2021.
Rogers has previously been arrested in multiple shootings in Louisiana, according to media reports.
President Biden announced Wednesday he had tapped Vice President Kamala Harris to lead the administration’s efforts to stem migration at the southern border.
Her role comes as border apprehensions have soared since Mr. Biden took office.
“Starting today the Northern Triangle nations and Mexico will know there is one senior official dedicated to this effort,” a senior official said on a call with reporters. “She [the vice president] is really going to look at two tracks.
She is going to work first on the goal of stemming the flow of irregular migrants to the US, but also at the same time, and as part of the broader context, her real goal is establishment of a strategic partnership with these countries that is based on respect and shared values.”
This Equal Pay Day, Carrie Lukas, president of Independent Women’s Forum, and Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) discuss bad government policies, like the so-called Equality Act and the Equal Rights Amendment, that are jeopardizing women’s progress.
This week the House Committee on Administration is taking up the challenge by Rita Hart to have Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks kicked out of Congress.
The Democratic candidate for a vacant seat in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District, Hart lost by six votes in November to Miller-Meeks, a Republican.
The election was properly certified in Iowa, but Hart’s attorney – the Democratic Party’s most powerful power lawyer, Marc Elias – claims to have found extra ballots for Hart.
He wants Congress to overrule state elections officials and seat Hart.
Rodney Davis, the ranking Republican member of the administration committee, blasts the effort, calling it an attempt to “steal a House seat.” He’s not alone is seeing hypocrisy in litigating to overturn an election after Democrats lambasted Donald Trump for doing much the same.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., argues ‘hypocrisy and incompetence’ are ‘on full display’ with the Biden administration.
President Joe Biden lit the fuse that led to the explosion of migrants trying to enter the United States illegally, according to Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
“Expectations were created that with the government of President Biden, there would be a better treatment of migrants,” López Obrador said in a Tuesday news conference, according to Fox News.
“And this has caused Central American migrants, and also from our country, wanting to cross the border thinking that it is easier to do so,” he added.
Cuellar criticized the Biden administration’s lack of information-sharing on the border during a Wednesday morning MSNBC appearance.
The Democrat—whose district includes the border town of Laredo—revealed that he gets a briefing on border activity “first from the Mexicans, because it’s hard to get information from our own government.”
“And I sit on the Homeland Appropriations [Subcommittee],” Cuellar said. “I get more information from across the river than I get from my own government, which is just amazing.”
Cuellar also detailed the massive profit raked in by Mexican drug cartels working to traffic illegal migrants into the United States.
President Joe Biden is being investigated by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to determine whether he broke the law by freezing billions of dollars allocated by Congress for the U.S.-Mexico border wall, Politico reported on Tuesday.
During his first day in office, Biden paused funding for the border wall, and doing so may have broken rules in place to safeguard Congress’ control of the federal budget.
Additionally, Congressional Republicans say Biden’s action has contributed to the worsening crisis at America’s southern border.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W. Va.), the committee’s closely watched swing vote, ended up siding with his party after weeks of advocacy campaigns by pro-Israel groups and West Virginia state legislators urging him to oppose the nomination.
Committee Republicans all voted against Kahl, who has faced controversy over his advocacy for the Iran nuclear deal, anti-Israel policies, and tweets insulting GOP lawmakers and defense hawks.
Now Kahl is expected to receive a full Senate vote, where he will come face to face with many of the same lawmakers he spent years disparaging on Twitter and in other public forums.
Democratic Senators Joe Manchin and Krysten Sinema have said under no circumstances will they vote to eliminate the filibuster. But both senators have left the door open for some kind of filibuster reform.
Any effort to “reform” the filibuster would kill the intent of the rule, which is as good as repealing it in the eyes of Democrats.
How long could the Republicans keep a nuclear war going?
If they can draw it out until the end of 2022, they may get a shot at flipping the Senate. It’s all they have left to protect themselves from the naked power grab being engineered by Washington Democrats.
DHS Secretary Mayorkas went on the Sunday Talks shows & lied to our faces!
Jason makes it painfully obvious & breaks it down in this episode of the Simple Truth.
Independent journalist calls out ‘glaring hypocrisy’ of Biden border policy on ‘Fox News Primetime.’
Colion Noir slams Democrats’ gun control moves as ‘disingenuous’ on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
The fatality is the first confirmed death in New South Wales since the catastrophic weather event began.
Authorities confirmed the Pakistani National was driving a hire car when he hit trouble and made several attempts to escape before his care experienced a possible electronic failure.
He spent almost an hour on the phone to triple zero before losing contact with emergency services who responded to reports at 6:30am on Wednesday.
Israel election-outcome spells uncertainty;Gaza rocket-fire draws IAF response-TV7 Israel News 24.03
1) With roughly 90 percent of votes counted – neither political bloc vying for Jerusalem’s seat of power manages to secure a legally required mandate-count for a viable coalition to emerge.
2) Palestinian Islamists launch a rocket toward Israel’s southern communities – drawing an Israeli Air Force bombardment against Hamas targets in Gaza.
3) The European Union warns of Lebanon’s imminent collapse.
A senior official at the Iran-backed Houthi militia confirmed Sunday the death of Zakaria Al-Shami, the fourth Houthi leader on the Arab Coalition’s wanted list.
The coalition has previously announced a $20 million reward to any one providing information leading to Al-Shami’s arrest or location.
The cause and date of his death remain unclear.
Earlier in the day, Arab Coalition forces carried out airstrikes at dawn Sunday targeting Houthi militia sites near the Yemeni capital Sanaa used by the group to manufacture missiles.
Glenn asks, “What has HAPPENED to this society?!”
We’ve experienced a DRASTIC erosion of trust, compounded by politicians in D.C. who use out and out LIES to restrict our 2nd Amendment — and other — rights.
The tragedy that happened in Boulder, Colorado is not an issue of weapons, Glenn explains, but rather it occurred due to a problem of PEOPLE. “There’s something rotten in the soul of America…”
A terrible shooting in Colorado raises bad faith debate, a breakfast company gaslights a man who found shrimp tails in his cereal, and a Democrat senator won’t vote for white nominees.
In the 5th part of this special series, we explore the right and wrongs of laws.
This comes as the good and evil is flipped upside down, and the so-called “morals” of social justice become higher than the constitution. This, as the Supreme Court fails to interpret the Constitution as written, fails to uphold election justice, fails to enact the proper measures to ensure society does not fall to the corruption of Communism.
The separation of power begins to merge as left socialist agendas become the driving force behind the communist push to end law and order.