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Transgender activist with male genitalia — brutally mocked by Ricky Gervais over gynecology rejection — vows to block comedian's live show

After transgender activist with male genitalia Jessica Yaniv complained of being turned away by a gynecologist a month ago, comedian Ricky Gervais brutally mocked Yaniv on Twitter about it.

"It's disgusting that a qualified gynaecologist can refuse to check a lady's c**k for ovarian cancer. What if her bollocks are pregnant? She could lose the baby. I'm outraged," Gervais tweeted.

Yaniv seemed mum about the slight — but now it appears the trans activist is fighting back.


Batman's Burt Ward, 74, claims he was prescribed medication to SHRINK his manhood as Robin because he was 'too well-endowed' for TV

He famously played Robin in the 1960s television series of Batman which ran on ABC from 1966-1968.

But Burt Ward, who received his star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame last Thursday, has said he was prescribed medication to shrink his manhood as he was considered to be too well-endowed for television.

The 74-year-old told Page Six that his snug outfits didn't go down very well with the Catholic League of Decency.


Prosecutor Outside Of DC Ready To Bring Pain, Patriots Set The Timetable - Episode 2068b

ICE lodges detainer against Guyanese national arrested for the murder of a 92-year-old New York City woman

NEW YORK — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) deportation officers assigned to the Criminal Alien Program lodged a detainer with the New York Police Department (NYPD), following their arrest of a suspect in the murder of a 92-year-old resident of Richmond Hill, New York.
Reeaz Khan, 21, an unlawfully present Guyanese national, was arrested Jan. 10 by the NYPD and charged with murder, sexual abuse, contact by forcible compulsion, and sexual abuse against a person incapable of consent. Khan was previously released from local law enforcement custody in November 2019 with an active detainer, due to New York City’s sanctuary policies.
“It is made clear that New York City’s stance against honoring detainers is dangerously flawed. It was a deadly choice to release a man on an active ICE detainer back onto the streets after his first arrest included assault and weapon charges, and he now faces new charges, including murder,” said Thomas R. Decker, field office director for ERO New York. “New York City’s sanctuary policies continue to threaten the safety of all residents of the five boroughs, as they repeatedly protect criminal aliens who show little regard for the laws of this nation. In New York City alone, hundreds of arrestees are released each month with pending charges and/or convictions to return back into the communities where they committed their crimes, instead of being transferred into the custody of ICE. Clearly the politicians care more about criminal illegal aliens than the citizens they are elected to serve and protect.”
On Nov. 27, Khan was arrested by the NYPD for the charges of assault, and criminal possession of a weapon. On that same date, ERO deportation officers lodged a detainer with the NYPD. The detainer was not honored, and Khan was released following arraignment.
ICE removed or returned 267,000 aliens in fiscal year 2019. ERO arrested 143,000 aliens, more than 86 percent of whom had criminal convictions, pending criminal charges.

Cory Booker Moved To Tears During Participation Trophy Acceptance Speech

NEWARK, NJ—After accepting his resignation from the 2020 presidential race, the Democratic National Committee awarded its coveted Participation Trophy to Senator Cory Booker for all of his fine work on his brief campaign.

"This is a big deal," said DNC chairperson Tom Perez. "Not every candidate gets one of these. Well, actually they do, but not all at the same time, so that makes it special."

At the award ceremony, Booker made no effort to hide his emotions during his two-hour acceptance speech. "I just wish there was some way to share this with all of you who took your hard-earned money and backed a candidate with no real chance of getting the nomination," said a tearful Booker. "But, alas, there isn't. So if any of you want to stop by my office and look at it, you're certainly welcome."

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How George Soros Corrupted Philadelphia's Justice System

Philadelphia is one of the least safe big cities in the US. How did it get that way?

Social Justice Warriors

Thanks to George Soros, Larry Krasner was elected District Attorney in Philadelphia.

Krasner is Self-Proclaimed Social Justice Warrior. Consider the case of Michael White, a 22-year-old black college student who admitted killing Sean Schellenger, white. Numerous witnesses and a cellphone video confirmed what happened.

Krasner initially charged White with first-degree murder and denied his request for bail. But under pressure from leaders in Philadelphia’s African-American community, Mr. Krasner downgraded the charge to third-degree murder. Then, days before the trial, Mr. Krasner dropped the murder charge entirely.

White was then acquitted. How's that for justice?


McCabe Pushed Trump ‘Golden Shower’ Rumor in Public Russia Report — and Comey Approved

An email proves disgraced ex-FBI Director James Comey personally approved an FBI effort to have the wild and unsubstantiated “golden showers” claim about President Trump included in material to be considered for publication in the U.S. Intelligence Community’s official report on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

The Comey email, which has not received media attention until now, was revealed inside the Justice Department’s recently released 476-page Inspector General report on the FBI’s Russia collusion investigation.

The IG report further discloses a separate email in which Andrew McCabe, who served under Comey as the FBI’s deputy director, specifically wanted dossier author Christopher Steele’s unverified “pee” charges against Trump to be included in the body of the January 6, 2017 U.S. Intelligence Community report, known as the ICA, assessing alleged Russian interference efforts.

The IG report relates that the CIA did not want Steele’s claims to be included at all, downgrading Steele’s charges to “internet rumor.” Still, Comey and McCabe pushed for the wild anti-Trump claims to be part of the ICA assessment, which was ultimately made public.


Unfinished, Abandoned Nuclear Plant Cost $3 Billion

Less than an hour north of Louisville and a stone’s throw from the Ohio River sprawls the skeleton of a $2.8 billion nuclear dream.

Before continuing, please picture $2.8 billion. That’s 50,000 fully-loaded Cadillacs. Or seven million iPads. Or roughly 10% of Indiana’s entire yearly budget for 2018. $2.8 billion would pay the average electric and natural gas bill for one million Hoosiers…for an entire year.

Coupled with that startling statistic is the original purpose of the decayed structure in Jefferson County: it was supposed to be Indiana’s first nuclear power plant, the Marble Hill Nuclear Power Plant (blandly named after a nearby hill from which miners once gathered marble).

In 1973, engineers and architects worked with Indiana power concerns and earmarked a thousand acres along the Ohio River for a $700 million investment: two pressurized water reactors that would produce 2,360 megawatts of power for Indiana and Kentucky. In 1973, the public still considered nuclear power a relatively safe alternative to fossil fuels.

At that point in US history, the few nuclear accidents in the United States had been relatively small (the Sodium Reactor Experiment meltdown in 1959, the SL-1 reactor explosion in 1961 and 1966’s breeder reactor meltdown in Michigan). Fatalities had been minimal and the cost, marginal.


Bottom line: We eat what we want, healthy or not

They are a common and quick place to shop, but some cities are concerned about dollar stores contributing to residents' poor diets.

"The idea that most of these areas lack shopping opportunities for fresh food is actually no longer true," says Steven Malanga, senior editor of City Journal, a quarterly magazine of urban affairs published by the Manhattan Institute.

"There actually have been hundreds of supermarkets around America that have been opened in poor areas as part of a program to expand health choices over the years," he continues. "[Economists say] it hasn't really made a big difference in the health outcomes because essentially people buy the food that they want to eat – not the food that the government is telling them they have to eat."

Still, cities such as Oklahoma City, Fort Worth, and Birmingham have passed restrictions on dollar stores. reports Birmingham even changed its zoning to increase access to fresh food.

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Pakistan's High Court annuls 'unconstitutional' death sentence handed to former military ruler Pervez Musharraf

The death sentence of former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf has been annulled.

A Pakistan court ruled today that the special court which had found him guilty of treason last year was unconstitutional.

Musharraf was sentenced to death in absentia by a special court in December last year on treason charges stemming from his imposition of a state of emergency in 2007.


Anti-2nd Amendment Bill Hearings

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Eye-opening rape report exposes stomach-twisting stats

In the last two years, 7,500 men - at a minimum - were victims of sexual assault, a number 38% higher than just two years ago.

Homosexuals have been allowed to serve openly in the U.S. military since the disastrously misguided repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in late 2010. President Obama was able to ram the repeal through just under the wire because the Democrats temporarily held both houses of Congress, a situation that would change with the election in the fall of 2010. Elections have consequences, and open homosexuality in the military was one of the unfortunate consequences of naïve voters placing regressives in office.

One of the complaints many of us had at the time, and one of our reasons for opposing open homosexual service, had to do with the numerous pathologies associated with homosexuality. One of them is rampant promiscuity. Psychology Today (note: not a part of the vast right-wing conspiracy) said in 2010 that one of the features of homosexuality is “the quantity of homosexual men’s preferences, as compared to those of homosexual women. Homosexual men are famously promiscuous, a fact that became well-known with the onset of AIDs, when studies of gay men who were HIV positive revealed average numbers of partners in the hundreds.”

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Elijah Cummings Healing City Act one vote away from becoming law in Baltimore

BALTIMORE —The Elijah Cummings Healing City Act is one step closer to becoming a law as the Baltimore City Council voted unanimously for the bill, on second reader.

According to Baltimore Councilman Zeke Cohen, who is the bill's sponsor, if trauma goes unaddressed the likelihood that a young person will become a perpetrator or victim of violence increases.

That's why he said this legislation is so important.

"Trauma is not something to be ashamed of," Frederick Douglass High School senior Damani Thomas said.


Pensacola terrorist attack leads to expulsion of Saudi students

The United States is removing nearly two dozen Saudi military students from a training program and sending them back to Saudi Arabia following after an investigation into a deadly shooting by a Saudi aviation student at a Florida navy base last month, Attorney General William Barr said Monday.

Many of the 21 cadets had contact with child pornography and possessed jihadist or anti-American material, Barr said. None is accused of having advanced knowledge of the shooting, which Barr said was motivated by “jihadist ideology” and has been classified as an act of terrorism.

The 21-year-old Saudi Air Force officer, 2nd Lt. Mohammed Alshamrani, opened fire at the base in Pensacola, killing three U.S. sailors and injuring eight other people. The Justice Department has been investigating the incident as an act of terrorism.

Officials have said Alshamrani hosted a party before the shooting, where he and others watched videos of mass shootings. The gunman had also apparently taken to Twitter before the shooting to criticize U.S. support of Israel and accuse America of being anti-Muslim, another U.S. official told the AP last month.

Alshamrani, who was killed by a sheriff’s deputy during the rampage at a classroom building, was undergoing flight training at Pensacola, where foreign military members routinely receive instruction.

The December shooting raised questions about how well international military students are screened before they attend training at American bases.

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WICKED WOMAN! Democrat Leader Nancy Pelosi WILL NOT Support Iranian Freedom Protesters – PURE EVIL

More Iranians who were brutally murdered by the Khomeinist regime during the November protests are being identified.

In November 1,500 democracy protesters were slaughtered in the streets of Iran by the brutal and wicked Khamenei regime.

This weekend, after the regime finally admitted to shooting down the Ukrainian passenger plane earlier this week, thousands of brave Iranians took to the streets to protest the regime. These brave protesters take to the streets knowing they may face death for standing against Khamenei.

There was an AMAZING display at Besheshti University– Protesters REFUSED to step on the US and Israeli flags!


Late-term abortions growing more common

A report reveals some disturbing trends in the abortion business.

There are approximately 710 abortion facilities in the United States and 245 of them dispense the chemical abortion RU486, the take-home abortion method that has killed at least 24 women and sent 4,000-plus to hospital emergency rooms with serious problems, in some cases,

“Medication abortion clinics are on the rise,” says Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue, “and I think we do need to do more to put restrictions on the distribution of abortion drugs.”


Accident on 13 In Salisbury

Salisbury units operating on N. Salisbury Blvd. and Pine Way on an MVC with power lines and pole damaged. The vehicle cut off a pole and collided into 5 new Jeeps. Power will be out for a period of time while crews replace the pole.

'People are afraid': MSNBC's Joy Reid says 'Nazis walking around' because of Trump

MSNBC political pundit Joy Reid said racists and white supremacists can express themselves more freely in America with Donald Trump as president.

"People are afraid of, not just what he can do, but what he is doing to people, what he is bringing out in people," Reid said during her Sunday show, later continuing, "You have swatting happening, and Nazis walking around. It is a scary time."

Reid, an outspoken critic of Trump, often spends hours of airtime on her weekend show highlighting racially-charged incidents of violence against minorities and often draws connections between violent ideological outbursts and Trump's rhetoric.


Virginia SB 16 Pulled from Consideration

Majority of Latin nations oppose Trump border wall: Study

A total of 90% of Mexican nationals disapprove of President Trump's push to build a wall along the southwestern American border, according to a new study released by the Pew Research Center.

Respondents in more than 6 out of 10 countries in a worldwide poll said they opposed the construction of a wall, with the majority of respondents of Latin American nations saying they are against it.

"Across the 33 nations polled, a median of six-in-ten disapprove of building a wall on the border of the U.S. and Mexico, one of Trump’s well-known campaign promises," the study said.


Gutfeld on the Iran protests over the jetliner

Trump officials claim $11B in annual savings from rollback of Obama 'joint employer' labor rule

Trump officials justified a new effort to roll back the Obama administration's pro-union "joint employer" rule by arguing that it would have hurt not only businesses but also workers. The Trump administration said the controversial rule would have reduced real income by $11 billion a year.

The Labor Department announced Sunday that it was formally replacing the Obama rule, which said that businesses could be held liable for workplaces at another business if they had "indirect control" over the latter. The administration restored the pre-Obama standard, which said liability only applied in cases of direct control, and added further clarification.

"When we lift the heavy hand of government and allow businesses to create jobs, enter new markets, and compete at lower prices, every American wins," wrote Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia and acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney in a Wall Street Journal op-ed. Citing the White House Council of Economic Advisers, they stated that the Obama-era rules imposed annual net costs of $5 billion and reduced incomes by $11 billion.


What the global warming advocates really have in mind

There is a credibility crisis for Western governments. For too many years, their incompetence and deceit have forced ordinary citizens to question whether they produce more harm than good. On both sides of the Atlantic, the governing elite play by a set of rules that separates them from those they govern. They ignore popular discontent while placing themselves above the law. It is in this volatile climate that they push the greatest con game ever concocted: man-made global warming. This is the hubris that brings empires crashing down.

Like any confidence scheme, global warming rests entirely on misdirection and bad faith. While Western governments create hundred-trillion-dollar programs for fighting the weather, they have (1) never scientifically established that man's use of hydrocarbon energy causally leads to temperature change of any kind, (2) never articulated some baseline climate ideal for the planet, and (3) never produced a cost-benefit analysis detailing the loss in human life and standard of living required in order to impose upon the world the type of global command-and-control economy necessary to restructure all industry and commerce. These three pillars are so fundamental that a normal person could be forgiven for assuming they've long ago been calculated. That's part of the con.

The science isn't settled. Nobody has decided whether to green the Sahara or bury Scandinavia in more snow, whether we're pursuing the Roman Warm Period of two thousand years ago or the Little Ice Age that ended in the nineteenth century. No government has admitted that the Green Dream will destroy populations and make modern conveniences future luxuries for only the wealthiest survivors. How do you convince your citizens you have their best interests at heart when nothing could be farther from the truth? You prey on their weaknesses with a three-tailed hustle on a global scale.


Wisc. Judge Orders Up to 209K Voter Names Deleted

A Wisconsin judge on Monday found the state's bipartisan elections commission to be in contempt and ordered it to immediately begin removing up to 209,000 names from the state's voter rolls or face fines for each day it doesn't.

Judge Paul Malloy said in his ruling that “time is of the essence in this case" and cannot wait for an Appeals Court or the state Supreme Court to decide the case. He also seemed peeved that commissioners hadn't already begun purging the voter names.

"I cannot be clearer on this. They need to follow the order,” Malloy said.

The state Justice Department asked Malloy to stay his order of contempt pending an appeal of his ruling, but the judge denied the request.


'Inequality in a nutshell': AOC mourns Dow surge

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Sunday that a Wall Street where profits increase, but everyday wages do not is a perfect example of an unfair economic system she often speaks against.

"The Dow soars, wages don’t," the New York Democrat tweeted. "Inequality in a nutshell."

The freshman lawmaker was reacting to news that the Dow had soared past 29,000 for the first time.


Sheep At The White House

Selection bias and abortion propaganda from CNN

There aren’t many life events a woman is less likely to discuss with a stranger than abortion.

There aren’t many issues where the major media’s bias is stronger and more uniform than abortion.

Add those two factors together, and you get a factually misleading, seemingly agenda-driven piece from CNN asserting that almost no women feel regret five years after having an abortion.

“The top emotion all the groups of women in the study said they felt at the end of the survey was relief,” CNN reported. “Researchers came to this conclusion after surveying nearly 1,000 women and following up with them 11 times over a period of five years.”


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'I was sooo concerned': Trump mocks Cory Booker after he drops presidential bid

President Trump took to Twitter to mock Cory Booker after he dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary race.

“Really Big Breaking News (Kidding): Booker, who was in zero polling territory, just dropped out of the Democrat Presidential Primary Race,” Trump said. “Now I can rest easy tonight. I was sooo concerned that I would someday have to go head to head with him!”

Booker, 50, announced his decision to drop out of the race on Monday in a video posted to social media. The New Jersey senator had struggled to gain traction in the contest, and most polls never registered him at more than 2% to 3% support.


Deafening Cheers Break Out For Trump At National Championship Game

President Donald Trump was greeted with thunderous applause and cheers on Monday when he arrived at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, to attend the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship game between No. 1 LSU and No. 3 Clemson.

As Trump and first lady Melania Trump walked onto the field they were greeted with overwhelming cheers and chants of “USA” broke out among the fans in attendance.


"This Should Be Disqualifying For Biden": More Damning Footage Resurfaces

Yet another video of Democratic primary front runner Joe Biden passionately defending the 2003 Iraq invasion and occupation has resurfaced and is going viral. In it he even sings George W. Bush's praises at a moment which came a mere few months after the now infamous "Mission Accomplished" stunt aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln.

This comes in a campaign where he's lied repeatedly about his leading role in pushing the war authorization through the Senate five months before the March 2003 invasion, seeking to distance himself and methodically conceal the facts now that public opinion has long shifted. It also has resurfaced at a moment John Kerry is currently making the rounds on major networks defending Biden against Bernie Sanders’ criticism of Biden's clear pro-war record.

At a crucial moment Biden's speech, delivered at the Hawkish DC Brookings Institution in July 2003 actually slammed anti-war Democrats and simultaneously upheld Bush and his disastrous war as "bold and popular" and promised further support to the neocon administration.


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