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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Hateful Black Lives Matter Mob Blocks Tulsa Intersection After Trump Rally – Threaten to Beat Elderly Couple Leaving BOK Center (VIDEO)

The National Guard marched into Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday morning.

They were sent in to keep the peace during President Trump’s rally on Saturday.

The Trump supporters cheered them as they marched into Tulsa.

This was a stark contrast from the treatment our National Guard and police receive in Democrat-led cities.

In Washington DC they were abused, harassed and attacked by the liberal mob and Democrat leaders for several days earlier this month.

The Black Lives Matter mob harassed and verbally abused Trump supporter leaving the rally to get to their cars.

This is becoming more and more common from the violent left.

At one point Black Lives Matter mob blocked an intersection so the thousands of Trump supporters were stopped from moving.


Trump returns to White House after claiming 'thugs' stopped thousands from attending his Tulsa comeback rally, praises 'warriors' in the arena who braved the virus and calls Joe Biden's career 'four decades of calamity'

President Donald Trump looked fatigued as he returned to the White House early Sunday following his first campaign rally in nearly four months, where he claimed 'thugs' blocked his supporters from filling the noticeably vacant seats at his speech.

Trump was seen stepping off Marine One onto the South Lawn of the White House early in the morning with his red tie undone - a rare sight for the president - and a red 'Make America Great Again' cap clutched in his hand.

He shared a small wave upon returning from the rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where cameras showed scores of empty blue seats available in the 19,000-seat BOK Center.


Chilling moment a gunman calmly walks up to a 35-year-old man washing his car and fatally shoots him in the neck in Brooklyn

Police in Brooklyn are investigating the shooting death of a man who was washing his car before a gunman calmly walked up and shot him in the neck.

Terrifying footage of the moment the killer approaches shows him walking toward a man kneeling on the ground by a car before he appears to shoot him twice within seconds.

The shooting happened on 334 Milford Street at around 11am Saturday morning in the 75th precinct.

The NYPD confirmed that the shooting was fatal and that a homicide investigation is now ongoing.

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Cuomo takes a bow after his deadly nursing home decision: Goodwin

There is an old saying that if you don’t blow your own horn, there won’t be any music. Gov. Andrew Cuomo obviously is a believer, having ended his streak of 111 daily coronavirus briefings with another blast of praise for himself.

From March 2 until Friday, he held forth in marathon appearances that boosted his political ratings. Early on he hit an incredible 87 percent approval in the state and an April poll found that 56 percent of national Democrats wanted to dump Joe Biden and make Cuomo the presidential nominee.

That support reflected how skillfully the governor performed in front of the camera. He appeared to have command of the facts and used big graphics to demonstrate the flow of cases, hospitalizations and deaths. He repeated the federal mantra of “flatten the curve” to justify his historic shutdown of New York.

As time wore on, Cuomo got personal and used his mother, three daughters, CNN-anchor brother, late father and others as props. The off-topic detours, which included his method for cooking meatballs, grew weirdly indulgent, but still endeared him to viewers dubbed “Cuomosexuals.”


Bayer Pays $10BN To Settle Thousands Of Monsanto Glyphosate Lawsuits

After decades of widespread use as company scientists played down research showing a definitive link between the product and growing rates of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Monsanto parent company Bayer has agreed to pay up to $10 billion to settle claims that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, causes cancer.

Citing people familiar with the matter, German newspaper Handelsblatt reported that the company has agreed to settle tens of thousands of glyphosate-related lawsuits in the US for between $8 billion to $10 billion.


Trump Threatens Anyone Caught Vandalizing Federal Statues With Ten Years In Prison

Continuing the tough talk on protesters and vandals whom he has accused of sowing unrest across the US while actively working to "destroy" our collective history, US President Donald Trump vowed on Tuesday to arrest anyone caught trying to tear down monuments or statues, and threatening to throw them in jail for up to ten years.

Trump added that the new order applies "retroactively", meaning the numerous clips of mobs of hysterical leftists toppling statutes and spraypainting derogatory messages can be used as evidence against potential defendants.

"I have authorized the Federal Government to arrest anyone who vandalizes or destroys any monument, statue or other such Federal property in the US with up to 10 years in prison, per the Veteran’s Memorial Preservation Act," the president said in a tweet on Tuesday.


Whistleblower Claims Chinese Communists Pay Vatican $2 Billion in Bribes

ROME — Exiled Chinese dissident Guo Wengui alleged this weekend the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “allocates $2 billion a year” to pay off the Vatican for its silence concerning Chinese atrocities.

In a June 20th interview on The War Room, Mr. Guo said the CCP earmarks massive sums each year to win the allegiance of foreign countries including the Vatican, Italy, and Australia. Among them, the Vatican receives up to 2 billion dollars from the Chinese Communist Party every year, he said.


Carlson Warns of Inaction Against ‘Totalitarian’ BLM — ‘Don’t Be Surprised When They Come for Your Church’

Monday, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson voiced his disappointment in President Donald Trump for not taking action to deal with the civil unrest around the country.

After laying out the threats posed by the actor ginning up the unrest, which includes the so-called Black Lives Matter movement, Carlson warned against inaction.

He also said given the remarks on social media from BLM activist Shaun King, religious institutions were threatened by the BLM.


Victor Davis Hanson: Taking Down Statues Is About ‘Humiliation And Power’

Professor Victor Davis Hanson said Monday that the wave of statue removal in the United States is “about humiliation and power.”

“They always have a minority of a population that’s not about the icon on the statue, it’s about humiliation and power,” Hanson told “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“So if you’re going to take down Teddy Roosevelt at the National Museum, why don’t you go to Mount Rushmore and blow Teddy Roosevelt up? You don’t want to do that because the people in that area of the Dakotas might resist.”

Hanson suggested that if people really want to get rid of “Robert E. Lee’s head in Washington” they would also head to Stone Mountain, Georgia and deface a bas relief monument with Lee’s image on it. “They won’t do that because they know a few people will stand up and say, ‘you’re not going to do that.’”


Britain’s Highest Honor Under Attack For Depiction Of St. Michael Standing On Satan’s Neck

The highest honor in Britain, personally bestowed on recipients by the Queen of England, has come under fire over accusations of racism and resemblance to the killing of George Floyd.

The Queen of England traditionally bestows the Order of St. Michael and St. George on ambassadors, diplomats, or senior foreign officials, The Guardian reports. The award’s badge has a traditional Christian image of the angel St. Michael victoriously standing on Satan with the motto: Auspicium melioris ævi, which is Latin for “Omen of a better age.”


NYC Homeless Man Attacked With Explosive In Horrifying Video

As violent attacks continue nationwide amid protests over the death of George Floyd, a viral video has emerged showing a manthrowing a firecracker at a 66-year-old homeless man in Harlem, which explodes as the attacker trots off smiling.

The incident happened on MalcomX Blvd. at approximately 4 a.m. No arrests have been made as of Tuesday, while an investigation is reportedly underway. The victim was hospitalized with minor burns, according to the NY Post.

The incident is the latest in a spate of firecracker attacks, which New York Times' Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, Nikole Hannah-Jones promoted a theory that "government forces" are setting off fireworks to disrupt the Black Lives Matter movement.


Black is the New Black in Color Revolutions

The U.S. is in a Civil War. It began four years ago after Donald Trump’s election and has finally boiled over into open warfare here in 2020.

From the moment the protests against the killing of George Floyd were hijacked into looting and rioting I worried about this turning into something far greater, something with a far higher purpose.

Within a couple of days it was obvious the U.S. was now the subject of a color revolution of the same type and build up that occurred in places like Ukraine, Georgia, Egypt, Serbia and others.

And it’s pretty clear the color for our revolution isn’t orange or brown or violet, it’s black.

The questions I have are why this is happening now? The obvious answer is the full court press to deny Trump a second term. That’s a practically stated goal at this point.



No Respect

Project Veritas Video Shows Facebook Content Moderators Discussing Censoring Conservatives, Reveals ‘Exception’ Given To Don Lemon For Hate Speech

Facebook content moderators discussed using their positions to censor Republicans and conservatives in an undercover video released by activist group Project Veritas on Tuesday.

The video shows individual Facebook content moderators working for a third party contractor, Cognizant, expressing their eagerness to censor supporters of President Donald Trump. The footage also shows that CNN host Don Lemon was granted an “exception” by a Facebook for speech that would have otherwise violated Facebook’s rules against hate speech.


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The Candace Owens Show: What Does Black America Want?

This week, Candace Owens discusses the hot-button issues of the day: reactions to her viral video on Black Lives Matter, Rayshard Brooks, defunding the police, and the state of Black America. You don’t want to miss this.

Ocean Downs Casino, Put Your Mask On!

I ran into a friend yesterday who told me they had gone outside to smoke, had a beer and sat on the benches in the smoking area when security came up to them and said they had seen on their security camera that they were sitting out there without a mask on. My friend said, I just finished my cigarette and I'm drinking a beer. The security guard told them they had to wear the mask in-between taking sips, OUTSIDE. Enough is enough!

AG Bill Barr Blows a Hole in the Black Lives Matter Narrative with Current Facts and Figures (VIDEO)

Attorney General Bill Barr joined Maria Bartiromo this morning on Sunday Morning Futures.

The two discussed the recent police killings and resulting violent Black Lives Matter protests.

AG Barr weighed in on the rioting and looting across the country in recent weeks.

AG Bill Barr: It’s the job of the Department of Justice to mete out justice fairly and evenhandedly in that particular case and not be influenced by the mob… Protests and demonstrations are fine but when they become mob violence we need to restore public order. We can’t be ruled by mobs. A lot of these demonstrations have been hijacked by anarchistic groups and professional agitators who are in it just for the violence and the confrontation… I understand an event like Minneapolis and how it struck a chord… For the past few decades we’ve been reforming our institutions to make sure they reflect our values. And police have been engaged in that… Instances in the shooting of black unarmed males has been dropping. It was 38 five years ago, last year it was ten. Ten in the nation and six of those were involved in attacking the police officer. So while any death is too many. The fact is that in proportion it’s relatively small. I mean there were roughly 8,000 homicides of African Americans in our country every year. 8,000! Ten last year were shooting (by police) a black male.


Charges dropped against armed citizen who shot protester

Group had gathered to remove historic statue

(BREITBART) Charges against Steven Ray Baca in the Monday shooting of Albuquerque protester Scott Williams have been dropped.

Breitbart News reported Baca (pictured) shot Williams as protesters were gathered to remove a statue of Spanish conqueror Juan de Oñate.

The Washington Post reported that Baca opened fire after Williams allegedly swung “a board…[at] Baca’s upper body and head.”

Video from KOB4’s Megan Abundis captured the moment shots were fired:

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Former NFL star warns against the dangers of signing Colin Kaepernick: 'Affirmative action for a Marxist'

Former NFL player Burgess Owens says that the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell should not be strong-armed into signing former NFL player-turned-Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick to a team.

What are the details?

Owens, who is running for Congress in Utah, told Sports Illustratedthat hiring Kaepernick would be "affirmative action for a Marxist."

"If it was a meritocracy, he would be out there anyway," he said. "He would work hard; he would prove himself. He wouldn't be taking someone else's position. We're looking at affirmative action for a Marxist. We're approving their ideology."

Owens said that if Kaepernick comes back, so should former NFL star — and outspoken Christian — Tim Tebow.

"If we're going that route, we should also ask Tim Tebow to come back," he said. "It doesn't matter how long he's been out of the game. It doesn't matter his talent. He was a Christian who kneeled in prayer and was a positive on his team. The reason why Tim Tebow — as talented as he was with the Denver Broncos — the NFL didn't like his essence. They thought he was too distracting ... too distracting to his team and his organization."


Commissioners opt out of face mask requirement

Although the Worcester County Commissioners all wore masks during their in-person meeting two weeks ago, most did not on Tuesday.

The commissioners had ceased in-person meetings after March 17 to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. They conducted meetings via Zoom until returning to in-person meetings on June 2.

Commissioner Joseph Mitrecic addressed this early on in the meeting, stating that since the commissioners were seated six feet apart, they did not need to wear masks, per guidance from the Worcester County Health Department and Weston Young, assistant chief administrative officer.

“The commissioners feel that due to the fact that there’s discussion going on up here that we feel more comfortable without. But due to the covid-19 pandemic, all occupants in the meeting room are required to wear a face covering,” Mitrecic said. “Disposable face coverings have been provided at the entrance to the meeting room and should be worn at all times.”


OC Council To Resume In-Person Meetings

OCEAN CITY — After three months of virtual meetings, the Mayor and Council will meet in person at City Hall next week in a work session with a hybrid format.

For nearly three months, the Mayor and Council have been holding regular public meetings and work sessions, along with a myriad of special sessions, in a virtual format via Zoom. With Maryland now in stage two of its COVID-19 recovery plan and more public and private entities reopening, the Mayor and Council will resume meeting in person, in public at City Hall for next Tuesday’s work session in a hybrid format to accommodate at least one member.

Last week, Councilman Tony DeLuca made a motion to return to open public meetings in council chambers at City Hall with many of the key COVID-19 numbers in Maryland declining and more and more restrictions being relaxed. However, after Councilman Dennis Dare expressed he remained uncomfortable returning to quickly to the open, in-person public meeting format, that measure was put on the back-burner to allow staff to come up with a hybrid format to allow Dare to continue to participate remotely.


Florida Keys now requiring Face Mask until June 2021

Visitors to the Florida Keys will need to bring along face masks or face a $500 civil fine.

In a Wednesday vote, the Monroe County Commission shifted from an earlier stance on face coverings, and now requires everyone including employees and customers to wear face coverings in any establishment.

The city of Key West already had this stricter ruling in place, but unincorporated parts of the Keys had relaxed such requirements, following the guidelines set forth by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ statewide Phase 2 of his reopening plan that began on June 5.

The ordinance also allows other city governments in the Keys to opt out of the ordinance.


Statues toppled throughout US in protest against racism.... umm no

Ulysses S. Grant, Francis Scott Key toppled in San Francisco; Albert Pike hit in D.C.

Protesters in San Francisco tore down a bust of Ulysses Grant and statues of Spanish missionary Junipero Serra and “Star Spangled Banner” writer Francis Scott Key in a scene that was repeated across the U.S.

The San Francisco protesters arrived at Golden Gate Park Friday night, defacing the statues with red paint and writing “slave owner” on pedestals before using ropes to topple them and dragged them down grassy slopes amid cheers and applause.

In Seattle, authorities were investigating what led to the shooting in the area known as CHOP, which stands for “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest” zone. It has been harshly criticized by President Donald Trump, who has tweeted about sending the military into Seattle to exert control, even as police in Seattle insisted they are protecting the area as needed, with the mayor saying the city would work with the community and achieve a resolution.


Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Press Release (KKK and Anti-government literature)

On Thursday, June 18, 2020, the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Seaside Village neighborhood in West Ocean City for a report of suspicious packages left in resident’s driveways.

When deputies arrived they located approximately 20 residences where sandwich sized plastic bags filled with bird seed and Ku Klux Klan and anti-government related literature were recovered. The bags were placed in every driveway, not targeting any specific residence.

Later that day similar bags were located along Dinges Road and Germantown Road in Berlin and in the Pennington Place neighborhood outside of Ocean Pines.

An investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office at 410-632-1111.

As always, please report any suspicious activity to your local law enforcement agency immediately.

Baltimore County police release bodycam video in May shooting

DUNDALK, Md. — Baltimore County police released bodycam video in a fatal police-involved shooting on Skipjack Court in Essex on May 16.

County police and state's attorney officials gathered Wednesday morning at the Police Training Academy at the Community College of Baltimore County-Dundalk campus to release the video and update the investigation.

Baltimore County police Col. Robert McCullough updated the investigation to say that an anonymous 911 caller reported a nuisance call on May 16 for a crowd of young men who were drinking in the neighborhood.

A suspect vehicle was seen driving erratically by a man later identified as Robert Johnson Jr., 29, of Garrison.

Officer First Class Knight requested backup and got out of his car to make contact with the driver of the car. The driver, Johnson, got out, dropping what appeared to be a handgun and picked it up, McCullough said.


Gov. Cuomo mulls quarantining People from Florida

Andrew Cuomo, the governor of the state hit worst by the coronavirus, is considering quarantining people who travel to his state from Florida, one of the states that imported nearly all of their cases from New York.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Thursday that he’s considering imposing a quarantine on travelers arriving to New York from states like Florida where coronavirus cases have spiked.

“I haven’t made a decision yet, but I have had experts advise me of that. It is a real concern,” Cuomo said when asked about whether he’d consider imposing some sort of quarantine measure or taking health precautions at airports where travel has increased.


AMC will require guest to wear masks at it Theaters

AMC reversed course on a controversial policy on Friday, saying it will now require all patrons at its movie theaters to wear face masks in an effort to quell the spread of the coronavirus.

Initially, AMC had decided that masks would be optional, saying the decision not to require masks was made in an effort to avoid politics.

"We did not want to be drawn into a political controversy," Adam Aron, CEO of AMC, told Variety Thursday. "We thought it might be counterproductive if we forced mask wearing on those people who believe strongly that it is not necessary. We think that the vast majority of AMC guests will be wearing masks. When I go to an AMC feature, I will certainly be wearing a mask and leading by example."

Aron's statement caused a stir on social media.


4M Unique Viewers watch President Trump's Tulsa Rally

That’s more than the population of Oklahoma.

More than four million people across the country and the world watched President Donald Trump’s ‘MAGA’ rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, a considerable audience for the President’s first major political rally in the aftermath of the coronavirus epidemic.

Tim Murtaugh, Trump 2020 communications direction, shared the campaign’s estimate of digital viewing of the rally in a press release. The campaign’s viewing statistics don’t even include audiences that watched the rally on television.

“President Trump’s rally in Tulsa attracted over 4 million unique viewers across all of the campaign’s digital media channels. The live-streamed pre-rally shows drew an audience of more than 2.5 million unique viewers by themselves. These numbers don’t even include television viewers. The news media, which encouraged protestors and bombarded Americans for more than a week with dire warnings against attending a Trump rally, are still unable to prevent President Trump from reaching the people. These numbers represent unmatched enthusiasm behind the President’s re-election and a massive audience that Joe Biden can only dream of.”


Trump: 'We will be doing another Stimulus Package'

During a portion of an interview with Scripps Networks released on Monday, President Trump committed that there will be a second round of economic stimulus, which he said is likely to be announced “over the next couple of weeks,” the president did not say how much the stimulus would be, but said he thinks the second round of stimulus will “be bipartisan.”

Scripps National Political Editor and Washington Correspondent Joe St. George asked, “I have a lot of viewers in Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan who are still struggling economically, sir. They spent all of that first stimulus check. Are you going to get them a second stimulus check?”


Coronavirus has significantly weakened, could disappear w/o Vaccine

'It was like an aggressive tiger in March and April but now it's like a wild cat'

The coronavirus has significantly weakened and could even disappear on its own, according to a top Italian doctor.

Dr. Matteo Bassetti, the head of the infectious diseases clinic at the San Martino hospital, said in an interview Sunday that COVID-19 patients who would have died two or three months ago are now recovering.

"The clinical impression I have is that the virus is changing in severity," Bassetti told the Telegraph UK.

"In March and early April the patterns were completely different. People were coming to the emergency department with a very difficult to manage illness and they needed oxygen and ventilation, some developed pneumonia," he explained. "Now, in the past four weeks, the picture has completely changed in terms of patterns."



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Trump says Obama may have committed treason by investigating campaign

Donald Trump on Monday said that he believes Barack Obama was guilty of 'treason' for 'spying' on his 2016 election campaign.

In an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, the president was asked what 'crime' he thought the investigation into the campaign's contacts with Russiawould be.

He is asked by David Brody, chief political analyst for the network, what crime he thinks Obama 'would potentially have committed'.


Meghan McCain says tearing down statues and memorials has gone too far

Meghan McCain said that America is 'one week away from blowing up Mount Rushmore' as she complained about offensive statues and monuments coming down around the country as part of efforts toward achieving racial equality.

McCain spoke out during a segment on The View Monday morning, discussing how the American Museum of Natural History asked the City of New York for permission to take down a statue of Theodore Roosevelt which 'depicts Black and Indigenous people as subjugated and racially inferior'.

The Republican daughter of late Senator John McCain reiterated the sentiment later on Twitter, posting: 'We're like one week removed from entire cable news panels debating whether or not we should blow up Mount Rushmore.'


Rayshard Brooks was a menace to society

In a rush for Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard to distract from the investigation of his own wrongdoings regarding a missing $140,000, Howard quickly charged former police officer Garrett Rolfe with eleven felonies before an investigation could be properly done into a police shooting. Not only is Howard under investigation, but he is in a hotly contested primary in August. Howard did not take the case to the Grand Jury and, in an apparent political move, immediately charged Rolfe.

On June 12, 2020, Rayshard Brooks, 27, fought with two police officers and grabbed one of their taser guns. As he ran away, he turned to try to shoot Rolfe, and Rolfe shot him in self-defense. Brooks had, among other things, four previous charges of obstructing a police officer, cruelty to children, and domestic violence.

It made no sense why Brooks would fight the police until you look at his criminal history. The following are interactions he had with law enforcement.

On 08/22/2016, he was sentenced to twelve months in jail and to three years' probation on each of the five felony counts, which were to be served concurrently. On 12/20/2018, an arrest warrant was issued for him regarding his last arrest.

The police were called when Brooks was drunk and fell asleep in his car, blocking traffic at a drive-through restaurant. Being drunk would have been another probation violation. If he had been arrested, he could have been sent back to jail. The following are all recorded in Georgia courts.