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According to Variety, Cross found out Friday morning that her time at MSNBC had come to an end, with the network opting not to renew her contract.
Cross has repeatedly targeted conservatives and referred to numerous Republicans as “white supremacists.” She often said false statements, including at one point accusing a “white” NFL coach, who was actually biracial, of not caring about one of his “black” players; he turned out to be Samoan.
In a recent segment, he showcased a deluge of clips in which Cross and her guests make blanket statements about white people.
He slammed MSNBC’s parent company, Comcast, for allowing her to go on seemingly unchecked.
Is our push into #GreenEnergy riddled with hidden costs?
Joining us to help shed light on the topic are Silicon Valley author Ann Bridges; and Kelly Sloan, senior fellow in energy and environment at the Centennial Institute.
“We are beginning to see more job cut activity in the fourth quarter, historically when the bulk of cuts occur, as companies finalize budgets and plans.
Many companies are anticipating a downturn, and with a still-tight labor market and the Fed’s rate hikes, more cuts will be on the way as we enter 2023,” said Andrew Challenger, senior vice president of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, in a statement.
Meanwhile, private businesses added 239,000 new jobs in October, up from 192,000 in the previous month.
The reading also came in higher than economists’ expectations of 195,000. Most of the hiring occurred in the services-providing sector, led by leisure and hospitality (210,000) and trade and transportation (84,000).
Barrack, once the chairman of Trump’s inaugural committee, had vehemently denied the charges he secretly worked under orders by the UAE to manipulate U.S. foreign policy in its favor.
The 75-year-old told the Brooklyn court he had arranged meetings between Emirati and White House officials and made media comments praising the UAE government simply because he wanted to, and not at any other party’s direction.
AP reports the jury deliberated three days before delivering a verdict and finding Barrack not guilty.
Before being indicted, Barrack came to wider public attention by raising $107 million for Trump’s inaugural celebration following the 2016 election.
Barrack said after the decision he was thankful to the jury. “I’m so moved by them and the system,” he said.
Just like everything else that appears to go against the media’s ludicrous lie about Mr. Pelosi being the victim of a crazed Trump supporter (who lives in a hippie commune plastered with gay flags and Black Lives Matter banners), rest assure this report will soon be retracted, [UPDATE: As I predicted hours ago, NBC has retracted its reporting that violated The Approved Narrative] but for now, check it out:
Paul Pelosi never let on to responding officers that he was in distress just seconds before he walked back into his house where a man bludgeoned him with a hammer, new details have revealed.
The 82-year-old husband of the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi instead smiled at the officers who had responded to the high priority 911 call at his San Francisco home last week, according to court documents, and told them ‘everything’s good.’
Instead of telling officers he needed help, or trying to flee the home, Pelosi retreated back into the foyer where police saw the attacker strike him with a hammer, sources close to the investigation told NBC News.
NBC adds, “Why Pelosi didn’t try to flee or tell responding officers he was in distress is unclear.”
On top of all this hoo-hah, authorities are refusing to release any security or police body cam footage.
Well, if Mr. Pelosi told the cops “everything’s good” when he could have run out the door to safety… If Mr. Pelosi strolled back into the house after the police arrived instead of running to safety, I can see why the government would not want the public to see the footage. Same with the footage of Mr. Pelosi’s DUI arrest just a few months ago.
OWEN COUNTY, Ind. — Indiana State Police are investigating a rare homicide in Owen County after a homeowner was shot to death.
“There was an exchange of gunfire between the homeowners and a suspect and maybe a second suspect. That’s really all we have at this time,” said ISP first Sgt. Michael Wood. “I don’t want to speculate if it was a home invasion or a targeted event. It really could be anything.”
When sheriff’s deputies arrived they found the homeowner, Gilardo Garcia Salinas shot in the yard outside the home. Despite efforts to provide first aid, the 39-year-old died on the scene.
First Sgt. Wood says it’s believed that two suspects drove away in a gray or blue car. The make and model remain unknown.
It’s also not clear if the suspects were injured by the gunfire.
This woman in LA moved from “abortion should be legal up to 3 months,” to abortion should not be legal after watching our Abortion Procedure videos. When people know the truth, they change.
This week, in a horrifying lack of judgment, National Public Radio (NPR) broadcast the soundtrack to such deaths, as they inexplicably aired an audio recording of a woman getting a suction abortion in Michigan.
Far from normalizing the end of innocent life, the sounds of death, the tears of a mother saying she can’t do this, and the relentless voice of a woman whose business is death saying, “Yes, you can,” combine in a moment in which the listener knows something terribly permanent took place. And a mother now has a recording, broadcast nationwide, of the last moments of her child’s life. How incredibly painful and uniquely terrible.
This isn’t a “shout your abortion” story; it’s a callous abuse of pain and a tone-deaf misuse of an abortion that has clearly backfired as Americans around the country react in shock. But what the NPR broadcast unwittingly shows is a manipulative abortion team determined to keep a woman in place until a baby has died.
Consider this from my colleague Brenna Lewis at The Federalist: “Widespread abortion regret is supported by data, yet seldom reported. The physical and psychological risks of abortion are well known to those of us who support post-abortive women.
New studies have shown that women who have abortions are 81% more likely to experience subsequent mental health problems. This includes being 110% more likely to abuse alcohol and 115% more likely to develop suicidal behavior following abortion.
Editor’s warning: In this report you will hear the audio of a woman while she is getting a surgical abortion which some listeners may find disturbing.
“The Federal Bureau of Investigation, under the stewardship of Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, is broken,” the GOP report states. “The problem lies not with the majority of front-line agents who serve our country, but with the FBI’s politicized bureaucracy.”
Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee say this report is “the first comprehensive accounting of the FBI’s problems to date, which undermine the FBI’s fundamental law-enforcement mission.”
The report features testimony from whistleblowers who describe FBI leadership in Washington, D.C., as “rotted at its core.” They allege a “systemic culture of unaccountability” and say the bureau is beset by “rampant corruption, manipulation, and abuse.”
Broadly, the report alleges systemic political bias against conservatives.
Other allegations suggest that the FBI is actively seeking to “purge” employees with conservative views and those who dissent from “woke” diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
Ahead of the midterms, Republicans have a clear edge on the issues of crime and education. But will it be enough to turn New York red?
Jason Rantz weighs in on the Faulkner Focus. (November 4, 2022)
November 04, 2022 MANHATTAN, New York – Governor candidate Lee Zeldin held a press conference in Manhattan to address Governor Hochul’s claim that his crime concerns are a conspiracy and data denial after the rape and attack at Pier 45 of a female jogger on Thursday morning.
Press conference was verbally disrupted by a few protesters shouting “”If you are concerned about rape, talk to Donald Trump”, and “It’s important for people here to vote so you don’t become a governor of New York” as the Zeldin supporters chanted “We want Zeldin”.
Governor candidate Lee Zeldin spoke in an interview afterwards, “Over the course of the last 24 hours, once again, NYC is shocked, is rocked by what happened” – Gov Candidate Lee Zeldin addressed crime and most recently the rape at Pier 45 of a female jogger on Thursday morning.
There are so many issues and crises affecting Americans on President Joe Biden’s watch that will undoubtedly be top of mind on Election Day. The southern border, crime, inflation, and gas prices are just a few that will likely have a profound impact on how we ultimately vote.
But make no mistake: as bad as those issues are — and they’re really bad — there’s an imminent, potentially deadly crisis rapidly developing in the Northeast, especially if the winter of 2022-2023 shakes out to be as brutal as many predict it could be.
That crisis is the critically important question of how millions of Americans will heat their homes this winter. The developing issue is so scary and pressing that local TV outlets are polling residents to determine where the issue ranks heading into the November midterms.
The results were eye-popping and should serve as a wake-up call for Democrats because they created this mess.
And it’s not just home heating oil and diesel, which are both running in historically short supply and getting more expensive by the day, as I previously reported. For many, it’s also the fear of running out of, or not being able to afford, natural gas — one of the most common resources used for home heating.
Within moments of the horrendous hammer attack by a crazed homeless illegal alien on Paul Pelosi, Democrats sought to blame Republican rhetoric as inspiration for the attack.
Chief among them: failed California Governor Gavin Newsom who recklessly attempted to tie Fox News’ Jesse Watters to the crime.
Mark says that’s strange talk coming from the state whose woke, progressive ideas lead the nation in damage to society and law and order.
Now, Mark is calling out Newsom’s grotesque lies. Who thinks Newsom is a hypocrite of the highest magnitude?
TALLAHASSEE (FLV) – The DeSantis campaign released a new video ahead of the 2022 midterm election, themed around “God Made a Fighter.”
First Lady Casey DeSantis shared the video on Twitter saying “I love you, Ron. On behalf of millions of people, never stop fighting for freedom.”
The ad showed images of DeSantis with his family, Floridians, signing bills, among other notable moments throughout his term as governor.
The narrator ended with, “Never stop fighting for freedom.”
This week, the First Lady also announced 1.1 million ‘Mamas for DeSantis’ have been mobilized to help re-elect Gov. Ron DeSantis.
A top Democrat in Georgia has chosen to shun his party’s gubernatorial nominee, Stacey Abrams, and instead throw his support behind incumbent Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, Burt Jones.
Kwanza Hall, the former Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor who lost in a runoff to the current Democratic lieutenant governor nominee, Charlie Bailey, made his announcement Friday, citing Kemp’s ability to make “tough decisions” in “unprecedented circumstances,” and Jones’ plans to reduce crime and improve the state’s education system.
“While we don’t agree on every issue, it’s abundantly clear that Brian Kemp is a man of character, a strong leader, and someone who Georgians can trust to put them and their interests first,” Hall said in a statement.
New York City Democratic councilman Robert Holden joined ‘Your World’ to explain why he is endorsing GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin for governor over incumbent Kathy Hochul.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson reacts to claims from the left that democracy is at stake in the midterm elections on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’
Covid antibodies found in stored blood samples
Milan Institute for Tumour Diseases, Coronavirus antibodies, September, 2019
Unexpected detection of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the prepandemic period in Italy (October 2021)
‘…the biggest transfer of wealth the world has ever seen, criminal incompetence, suspect science, the covid adventure & witches…’
‘My god… what have you done to me?’ Horrifying moment father celebrating birth of his son in Italy is fatally shot with an arrow by neighbour fed up with the noise he was making
Javier Alfredo Miranda Romero, 41, was with a group of pals and had been walking home with them after wetting the newborn’s head at a nearby bar.
But as he stood and chatted outside his apartment, furious Evaristo Scalco, 63, grabbed a bow and arrow and shot him with the steel-tipped flight usually used to kill wild boars.
Graphic footage online shows Javier clutching his stomach with the arrow clearly sticking out from him as he staggers around in a pool of blood in an alleyway in the Italian port city of Genoa.
Witnesses say Scalco had hurled racist insults at Peruvian-born Javier before grabbing the bow and arrow and shooting him in the early hours of Wednesday.
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Michael Malice, Viva Frei, and Ron Coleman about Elon Musk taking over Twitter, his firing of Vijaya Gadde, and his smackdown of AOC’s complaints about the new blue checkmark policy;
the massive revelation by Lee Fang at The Intercept that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has been working with big tech social media companies to censor Americans on various platforms;
Karine Jean-Pierre being unable to give a coherent answer to questions about the DHS’ role in social media censorship; Joe Biden sounding like an election denier discussing MAGA republicans plans to steal the midterm elections;
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes appearing shocked by the authoritarianism predictions of historian Michael Beschloss who believes that democracy is under attack; and much more.
Did you know that many international institutions are claiming that King David—the Biblical king of Israel—is a myth?
Ze’ev Orenstein is a Director at City of David Foundation in Jerusalem.
He sits with PragerU CEO Marissa Streit to give historical evidence that King David—along with other figures in the Bible—actually did exist.
He also discusses who is behind the tremendous efforts to revise this history.