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Saturday, April 27, 2019

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Oliver North is forced to step down as NRA president

Retired U.S. Marine Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North on Saturday announced that he will step down as president of the National Rifle Association.

The former military officer who took over as NRA president in May of 2018 said he was being forced out of the role due to his allegations that NRA leaders engaged in financial improprieties.

In a letter read by an NRA board member during the gun rights group's annual meeting in Indianapolis, North, a conservative commentator best known for his central role in the 1980s Iran-Contra affair, said he had hoped to stand for re-election when his term ends on Monday.

'I am now informed that will not happen,' North said in the letter.


Suspect Opens Fire in Synogogue, Good Guy With Gun Shoots Back

A man opened fire inside a San Diego synagogue Saturday and a good guy with chased him out of the building and opened fire on this fleeing vehicle.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the gunman, entered the Chabad of Poway around 11:20 am. He opened fire shortly thereafter. Three individuals were injured and a fourth was killed.

NBC San Diego reports that “an off-duty U.S. Border Patrol agent who was in the synagogue at the time of the shooting opened fire on the suspect, missing the man but striking his vehicle.”


Byron York: When did Mueller know there was no collusion?

rump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed May 17, 2017. Twenty-two months later, on March 22, 2019, Mueller sent his report to the Justice Department.

Some special counsel investigations have taken longer; it is the nature of such probes to drag on and on. But why did Mueller need nearly two years to determine whether the Trump campaign and Russia conspired or coordinated to fix the 2016 election?

He didn't, it appears. In the wake of the release of Mueller's report, there are indications that special counsel prosecutors mostly knew by the end of 2017, and certainly by a few months later, that the evidence would not establish that conspiracy or coordination — or collusion, to use the popular term — had taken place. Mueller clearly spent a lot of time on the other half of his report — trying to establish that Trump obstructed justice — but on the most explosive and consequential allegation of the Trump-Russia affair, the conspiracy allegation, the Mueller investigation was essentially over long before it officially ended.


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Donald Trump to NRA: Concealed Carry Can Thwart Heinous Attacks

President Donald Trump dismissed Joe Biden's vow to 'battle for the soul' of the nation on Thursday, saying that the country was more divided during the Obama administration.

Trump's remarks came during a live phone interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, hours after Biden formally announced he would seek the Democrat nomination for the 2020 election.

'When you look at Joe, I've known Joe over the years,' Trump told Hannity when asked about the Democratic field. 'He's not the brightest light bulb in the group I don't think, but he has a name that they know.'


Trump Never Called Neo-Nazis ‘Fine People’ In Charlottesville

Republicans owe a debt of gratitude to Joe Biden for launching his presidential campaign on the oft-repeated lie that President Trump referred to neo-Nazis and white nationalists as “very fine people” in Charlottesville. “With those words,” Biden intoned, “the President of the United States drew a moral equivalence between those who were spreading hate and those with the courage to stand against it.”

Except he didn’t. On April 12, 2017, the very morning of the clash in Charlottesville, President Trump tweeted, “We ALL must be united & condemn all that hate stands for. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Lets [sic] come together as one!”

Later that afternoon, President Trump addressed the Charlottesville violence on camera. He insisted, “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides, many sides,” referring to weapon-wielding Antifa activists, who even the New York Timesadmits became violent in Charlottesville. “What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives,” Trump concluded. 


Beto O’Rourke Promises Not To Deport Immigrants Like Trump, Obama Have

On Wednesday, presidential hopeful Robert “Beto” O’Rourke told MSNBC’s Joy Reid that when he is elected president, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) won’t deport illegal aliens the way the Trump and Obama administrations have.

Reid asked O’Rourke if ICE will exist under his presidency, a pressing question for may far-left progressives as the absurd movement to #AbolishICE has picked up steam as of late.

Young radicals like AOC, from whom O’Rourke seems to take many cues, is one of the most famous proponents of this ludicrous notion that we can simply abolish our immigration enforcement agency.


China Furious as French Warship Sails Through Taiwan Strait

U.S. officials confirmed on Wednesday that the French frigate Vendemiaire sailed through the Strait of Taiwan on April 6 and Chinese military vessels shadowed it.

The operation does not appear to have been coordinated with the United States, which frequently enrages China with freedom of navigation operations through waters illegally claimed by Beijing. The French warship’s transit equally upset the Chinese, who retaliated by rescinding France’s invitation to participate in a naval parade.

“Colonel Patrik Steiger, the spokesman for France’s military chief of staff, declined to comment on an operational mission. The U.S. officials did not speculate on the purpose of the passage or whether it was designed to assert freedom of navigation,” Reuters reported on Wednesday.

The South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported on Thursday that Taiwan’s military was “well aware” of the French frigate’s presence.


College: An Overpriced Scam

“You don’t have to be rich or famous to believe that your kid is doomed to fail if they don’t get a four-year degree. There are millions of parents in the country right now … who genuinely feel that if they don’t do everything they can to get their kid into a good school, they will fail the kid.” —Mike Rowe

Rowe appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show to address the college-admissions scandal. Yet far better, he explained that college has become the most over-priced scam in the nation, saddling thousands of young Americans with decades of student-loan repayments. Repayments that have forced them to postpone activities like buying a house, getting married, or having children.

Postponements that are now impacting the entire U.S. economy.

“Where’s the outrage for the pressure that we’ve put on a 17-year-old to borrow $100,000?” Rowe asks. “So much of that pressure comes from their mom and dad. It’s well-intended, but it’s kinda tragic.”


Joe Biden Claims ‘World Leaders Begged’ Him to Run Against Donald Trump

Former Vice President Joe Biden says that he decided to launch his 2020 presidential campaign, in part, because international heads of state called him to “beg” him to run for president and “save the world.”

The Democrat hopeful made the claim in a call to supporters after he launched his campaign this week, according to the Daily Mail.

“I get calls from people all over the world. World leaders are calling me, and they’re almost begging me to do this, to save the country, save the world,” Biden reportedly said.

President Donald Trump has been a thorn in the side of globalist politicians placing entrenched corporate interests above the needs of their own citizens. On issues such as illegal immigration, NATO contributions, global warming, and Chinese aggression, Trump has bucked international leaders rather than go along to get along. In particular, Germany’s open-borders prime minister Angela Merkel has been repeatedly humiliated in confrontations with Trump.


Data Undermine Booker Claim of Newark Rebound

Presidential contender Cory Booker (D.) claimed in a Tuesday interview with the Carroll Times Herald that he can bring the same revitalization to rural America that he did to Newark, N.J.

But if Booker wants to do to rural America what he did to Newark, then rural America needs to watch out. Data show that the New Jersey metropolis where Booker was a city council member (1998-2002) and mayor (2006-2013) continued to struggle during and after his time in government.

Following a campaign stop in Carroll, Iowa, Booker told the Times Herald that his approach to reinvigorating Newark could "100%" revitalize rural America.


Thousands of Illegals from Terrorist Nations Live in U.S. after Being “Deported”

Months after Judicial Watch reported that migrants from terrorist nations try to enter the U.S. via Mexico at record rates, government figures show that more than 10,000 illegal aliens from countries that sponsor terrorism currently live here. It’s not clear how they entered the country but federal authorities know about them because they have either been deported or have final removal orders pending. Nevertheless, they are not in custody and roam freely in unsuspecting communities throughout America.

The distressing statistics were obtained from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) by a public interest group that favors secure borders and exposes the harms of mass migration. The Washington D.C. nonprofit filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and made the figures public this month. They show 10,340 non-detained illegal immigrants from Iran, Syria, Sudan and North Korea on ICE’s national docket as of June 2018. Iran tops the list with 6,331, followed by Syria (2,128), Sudan (1,860) and North Korea (21). All four countries have been designated as sponsors of terrorism by the State Department.The U.S. government has determined that Iran is the “foremost state sponsor of terrorism” because it provides a range of support, including financial, training and equipment, to groups worldwide, particularly Hezbollah. Syria is also a hotbed of Hezbollah militants and Al Qaeda-linked jihadists. A recent RAND Corporation study concluded that the most significant threat to the United States comes from terrorist groups operating in a handful of Middle Eastern countries that include Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

More from Judicial Watch here


The majority of historically black colleges’ graduates haven’t paid a single dollar of their student loan balance in the first several years of leaving school, federal data shows.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s college plan reserves $50 billion for minority-serving schools.

The majority of the 100 schools with the worst rate of three-year student loan repayment are historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), but only 5 percent of schools are HBCUs, The Wall Street Journal reported April 17.

Warren — a former Harvard Law School professor — proposed setting aside $50 billion for HBCUs and minority-serving institutions April 22. The HBCU proposal is part of Warren’s broader plan to have the government forgive existing student loans and pay for tuition moving forward.


Trump has put up 39 miles of wall on 2,000-mile border

Only a small fraction of the 2,000-mile wall President Trump vowed as a candidate to build on the U.S.-Mexico border has gone up since he took office more than two years ago, according to a document the defense agency overseeing construction provided to Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D.

Exactly 39.8 miles of wall — technically steel bollard fence — have been installed along the southern border since January 2017, for an average of 1.7 miles per month.

"The Corps has told our office that they have completed construction on 39.8 miles using FY17 appropriations funding, and that additional projects using FY18 funding are underway," a representative for Hoeven's office wrote in an email to Washington Examiner.

However, earlier this month, the Defense Department agency overseeing construction told Trump 82 miles had been completed by his administration.

“We have put in the ground over 82 miles that is up to date. And then, right now, by the end of this year, we’ll have another 97 miles that will go in," Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite told Trump during a visit to Calexico, Calif., April 5.

The Washington Examiner asked the Army Corps to clarify how many miles of wall it has put up over the past 23 months, but the corps said only Customs and Border Protection could provide the figure.


This Bridesmaid Says the Bride Suggested She Get an Abortion So Her Dress Fit Better

"About a year before the wedding, I found out I was pregnant," the woman explained.

"I was always told I couldn't have kids and so obviously my daughter was not planned but I was over the moon.

"So I told Kate, expecting excitement, right? Nope.

"She immediately told me that I was going to be so stressed trying to get my bridesmaid dress fitting on my own since I'd have to do it after everyone already had theirs (I was due in April, wedding was in June)."

"She reminded me that it was a kid free wedding, and then after thoroughly explaining how difficult her wedding would be for me, she said (verbatim) 'so don't you think it might be better for you to have an abortion?'" The woman continued.

"I had to read that one a few times.


Uber and Lyft drivers plan 24-hour strike to protest pay

Although Uber's planned initial public offering next month is likely to turn some current and former employees of the ridesharing service into instant millionaires and billionaires, the biggest IPO in years may do much less for one party -- the company's drivers. That's why thousands of Uber drivers in eight U.S. cities plan to turn off their app for 24 hours on May 8 to protest what they regard as the company's stingy wages.

In Los Angeles, some 4,200 members of Rideshare Drivers United will stop taking rides for both Uber and Lyft platforms and hold a rally at Los Angeles International Airport, according to organizers with the labor group. Uber's chief rival, Lyft made its high-profile debut on Wall Street last month.

"We provide an essential service, but Uber and Lyft investors are the only ones reaping the benefits," Karim Bayumi, a Lyft driver who usually works at the airport, said in a statement.


Five-Time-Deported Illegal Alien Charged with Kicking Baby to Death

A five-time deported illegal alien has been arrested and charged with kicking a four-month-old baby to death in Shelby County, Tennessee, after learning the child was not his.

Carlos Zuniga-Aviles, a 33-year-old illegal alien from Honduras, who has been using the alias “Jose Avila-Agurcia” while in the United States, was charged with murder this week after he allegedly kicked four-month-old Alexander Lizondro-Chacon to death on April 12.

According to police, Zuniga-Aviles became enraged with the baby’s mother, Mercy Lizondro-Chacon, after learning that he was not the child’s father. That’s when Zuniga-Aviles struck Alexander multiple times until he was unresponsive, police said.


US Government Spending On Colleges Is Already Higher Than In The Countries With "Free" College"

Presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have both come out in favor in "free" public colleges and universities. The scheme could be funded, as CNN describes it, by "drastic increase in federal spending on higher education."

Much of the rhetoric around swirling around this issue relies on the idea that government spending on higher education in the United States is significantly lower than most other wealthy countries.

The narrative goes like this:
"everyone knows that Americans are incredibly stingy when it comes to spending on government services. 'Public spending' on higher education is much lower here than in Europe and Japan, and because of this, people must spend much more on higher education."


Fired for a felony, again for perjury. Meet the new police chief.

AMSTERDAM, Ohio – In the days after they ousted their police chief, the leaders of this town realized that the real mess he’d made wasn’t the jumble of trash and misplaced evidence that cluttered his office. It was what was buried underneath.

There they found forms featuring the mayor’s apparently forged signature that David Cimperman used to add more than 30 officers to the town’s police roster – one for every 16 residents. Many never did any paid police work for the town, logging hours instead for a private security business that state investigators say Cimperman ran on the side. He tried to outfit them with high-end radios. The riot gear and other surplus military equipment he bought with taxpayer money are missing.

What they didn’t find was evidence that the police force built out of fear of being without help in an emergency did much actual police work.

Even now, the people who hired Cimperman don’t know the depth of what went wrong in the part-time police force of this small town in the hills of northeastern Ohio. The new chief says he’s consulted with state criminal investigators to help figure it out.

They could have prevented it all with a single phone call.

EPIC Alleges Google May Be Helping U.S. Government Conduct Warrantless Searches

One of the core underpinnings of U.S. society is that all individuals are protected from unlawful search and seize of their private property. This concept is enshrined in the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which specifically requires law enforcement officials to obtain a warrant from a court in order to conduct a search of any private property. For that reason, it’s especially troubling that Silicon Valley search giant Google may be involved in helping law enforcement officials evade this responsibility. In fact, according to the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), Google is actually helping the U.S. government conduct warrantless searches.

In an amicus brief filed with the United States Supreme Court, EPIC suggested that Google might be actively helping law enforcement officials bypass the Fourth Amendment in order to conduct warrantless searches. From a civil liberties perspective, Google’s involvement is worrisome because it means that the right to avoid a “digital search” of one’s property is being violated. One would never allow a “physical search” of one’s property without a warrant, so why should a digital search by Google be allowed?


Is She Serious? The Dan Bongino Show

Bongino just DESTROYED Lawn Chair Larry. The rant starts around 44:30. The rest is good too, BTW

Abby Huntsman: 'It gave me chills throughout my entire body'

The ladies of “The View” found themselves in tears and with chills Thursday morning after former Vice President Joe Biden entered the 2020 presidential election race.

There were across-the-board plaudits for Mr. Biden’s announcement video, which used the 2017 race protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, to cast President Trump as an existential threat to the nation.

“I had tears in my eyes,” co-host Sunny Hostin said. “It choked me up literally and I felt his message. When he said we at this moment in time are in a battle for the soul of our nation I felt those words in my soul. That’s what I see. I see that there’s so much hate and division and I believe that it comes from the top.”

“I’m so touched, I’m so moved by that video,” added Joy Behar.

More thrills-up-the-leg here

Baltimore transportation director resigns amid wide-ranging review of her leadership

Michelle Pourciau, the Baltimore transportation director who was appointed by Mayor Catherine Pugh less than two years ago, resigned Friday, a city councilman said, just days after The Baltimore Sun reported that the city's internal watchdog was conducting a wide-ranging review of her leadership and morale in the 1,200-employee department.

Lester Davis, a spokesman for Acting Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, and German Vigil, a transportation spokesman, said Pourciau no longer works for the city. Vigil said Frank Murphy is serving as acting director.

Councilman Ryan Dorsey said he had been briefed that Pourciau submitted her resignation late Friday afternoon.

The department, with a $207 million budget, is responsible for the planning, designing, building and maintaining thousands of miles of city roads, highways, sidewalks, alleys, street lights, bike lanes and traffic signals.


Republicans Cannot Win If ‘Ballot Harvesting’ Remains Legal

California Republicans are determined to take back the four congressional seats they lost in Orange County in 2018, among the seven the party lost statewide.

They have some political momentum, as Nancy Pelosi’s Democrats have proven incapable of doing anything except arguing about impeaching President Donald Trump.

Unfortunately, the tactic of “ballot harvesting,” introduced last November, has made it impossible for Republicans ever to win again.

“Ballot harvesting” involves using a third party, such as a well-trained political activist, to collect mail-in ballots on behalf of other voters and deliver them to the polls.

There is no vetting of ballot harvesters, and no limit to how many ballots they can deliver.

The tactic was legalized by then-Gov. Jerry Brown in 2016, over GOP objections. Hundreds of thousands of ballots were dropped off at polling places in 2018, making a difference in key races.


A Viewer Writes..........


Is it just me, or does anyone else use the Google 'search bar' to look for Fox News. When i type in "Fox News", i often get Splinter, LA Times, or some other liberal feed as the Top Story, many that are often critical to Fox News or to Trump, but just so happen to have Fox News mentioned in their article.

Thinking it was just coincidence as those sites had more recent hits, i tried using other news networks under the MSM umbrella: CNN, MSNBC, NBC news, etc.

Wouldn't you know it- their sites were listed FIRST, not further down the screen like Fox News. Don't believe me, try it for yourself. All of the other sites are 'top' hits.

Is this just another way for Google to promote liberal propaganda??? Or is just a coincidental anomaly in their search algorithm?

Editor's Note: I also had problems with Google. See below

Pence: Infiltration Attempt Allegation Must Be Taken Seriously

Vice President Mike Pence said Friday that allegations that FBI officials tried to infiltrate the Trump Administration should be investigated, Axios reports.

Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley, the chair of the Senate Finance Committee, and Ron Johnson, chair of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr on Thursday quoting text messages between two former FBI officials, former Special Agent Peter Strzok and former FBI Attorney Lisa Page, to help him took into the "genesis and conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign during 2016."

“I was deeply offended to learn that two disgraced FBI agents considered infiltrating our transition team by sending a counter intelligence agent to one of my very first intelligence briefings only 9 days after the election," Pence told Axios in a statement. "This is an outrage and only underscores why we need to get to the bottom of how this investigation started in the first place."


Arizona governor slams secular group for demanding he remove Easter message on Facebook

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey rejected demands from a secular group to remove posts on social media where he sent Easter greetings and cited a Bible verse, offering to provide copies of the Constitution to his critics.

Ducey, who’s a practicing Catholic, has been bombarded with calls from Secular Communities for Arizona to remove the post, which included a cross, a Bible verse, and the phrase, “He is risen.”

he group argued the posts crossed a line into government sponsorship of religious messages and was unconstitutional.

The governor fired back at the group, saying in a tweet that he will never remove the posts or other religious ones.


Jurors see officer's body camera video in Harris murder trial

TOWSON, Md. —Jurors in the Dawnta Harris murder trial saw the fallen officer's body-worn camera video Friday.

The state played a three-hour video in court from more than a dozen sources, starting with Harris' taped interview and finishing with video from Officer Amy Caprio's body-worn camera.

The officer's video includes her radio transmissions as she headed to the scene in May 2018. The video shows her draw her service weapon and shout to the driver of the black Jeep Wrangler to get out.

Prosecutors claim Harris, now 17, hit Caprio with a stolen Jeep Wrangler on purpose and killed her. The defense said Harris was a scared kid who panicked when he saw a gun.


Trump Makes Post-Mueller Vow To Release "Devastating" FISA Docs

President Trump on Thursday renewed his vow to declassify a wide swath of "devastating" documents related to the Russia probe "and much more" - adding that he's glad he waited until the Mueller investigation was complete.

In a Thursday night phone interview on Fox News, host Sean Hannity asked "will you declassify the FISA applications, gang of 8 material, those 302s - what we call on this program 'the bucket of five'?"

To which Trump replied: "Yes, everything is going to be declassified - and more, much more than what you just mentioned. It will all be declassified, and I'm glad I waited because i thought that maybe they would obstruct if I did it early - and I think I was right. So I'm glad I waited, and now the Attorney General can take a look - a very strong look at whatever it is, but it will be declassified and more than what you just mentioned."


Boy thrown from Mall of America balcony is out of critical condition, family says

The family of a 5-year-old boy who was thrown by a stranger off a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota this month says he's alert and conscious and no longer in critical condition. They said the recovery for the boy would be long, but they expect him to be home by sometime in June, CBS Minnesota reports.

The family said they're now turning their focus on the additional surgeries the boy will undergo in the healing process.

The family issued a statement Friday saying Jesus has "saved our son's life and is healing him in the most miraculous ways."

Prosecutors have charged 24-year-old Emmanuel Aranda with attempted premeditated first-degree murder for the April 12 attack. The boy plunged about 40 feet and suffered head trauma and multiple broken bones.


Pentagon Prepares to Increase Military Involvement at Border

The Pentagon is set to waive a longstanding policy that prohibits military personnel from having contact with migrants as part of a move to increase the military’s involvement at the Southwest border, The Washington Post reports.

Senior officials at the Department of Defense have asked acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan to authorize waivers for over 300 troops following a Department of Homeland Security request for military lawyers, cooks and drivers along the southern border. The Pentagon previously approved a similar request that​ provides emergency medical care for migrants if necessary.

Last month, the DHS processed over 103,000 migrants after a surge in immigration, which the Post notes is the highest one-month total in over 10 years. Border Patrol officials report that they’ve become too busy with migrant families to conduct their law enforcement duties, and have particularly felt the need for more drivers and agents to bring migrants to hospitals.


UMMS CEO Robert Chrencik resigns

BALTIMORE —University of Maryland Medical System President and CEO Robert A. Chrencik, who had been on a leave of absence since March 25, has resigned.

John W. Ashworth continue leading UMMS as interim president and CEO.

"Today, the Board of Directors and I received and accepted Mr. Chrencik's resignation from UMMS, effective immediately," Ashworth said in a statement. "This action is an important step in moving the Health System forward during this critical time and we remain focused on delivering exceptional, safe, quality health care across Maryland. We thank Mr. Chrencik for his leadership, service and commitment during his 35 years of executive employment at UMMS."

Chrencik's resignation comes a day after the system received a federal subpoena related to an investigation into Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh.


"I Will Dispose Of It": Trump Pulls Out Of UN Arms Trade Treaty Over 2nd Amendment Concerns

President Trump announced Friday that the United States will withdraw its signature from the UN Arms Trade Treaty after concerns were raised by 2nd Amendment activists that it might infringe on Americans' right to bear arms.

"Under my administration we will never surrender American sovereignty to anyone, we will never allow foreign bureaucrats to trample on your Second Amendment freedom and that is why my administration will never ratify the U.N. trade treaty," Trump said during the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Indianapolis, according to Fox News.

"I am officially announcing today that the United States will be revoking the effect of America's signature from this badly misguided treaty, we’re taking our signature back," Trump added.

The treaty, signed in 2013 by former President Barack Obama, seeks to regulate international trade in conventional firearms to "prevent and eradicate the illicit trade in conventional arms and prevent their diversion." 


Man seen jumping on pelican given jail time

RIVA, Md. —The man seen on video jumping on a pelican in Florida and then posting it to his Facebook page has been sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Officials in Monroe County, Florida, which comprises the Florida Keys, say a judge sentenced William Hardesty, 31, of Riva, to 90 days in jail for two counts of violating the Migratory Bird Act and two counts of animal cruelty. Hardesty was also fined $1,000 and was given one year of probation.

Hardesty was credited with 40 days time served since his arrest in March in Ocean City.

A video posted on Hardesty's Facebook account shows him luring and thenjumping on top of a pelican in the water. Florida authorities investigated and obtained an arrest warrant.


Question Of The Day. Which Two would you pick?

50 Eagles
10 Crocodiles
3 Bears
7 Bulls
1 Hunter
15 Wolves
1.000 Rats
5 Gorillas

4 Lions

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