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Illegal Alien Murder Victim Spotlight:
Two-Year-Old Maryland Boy Shot Dead
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Posted by ladydawgfan 2/28/2024 9:11:10 PM Post Reply
In what is becoming a grim pattern in a nation suffering under the Biden Administration's mass migration policies, another innocent young person has lost his life at the hands of illegal aliens. On the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 8., Jeremy Poou-Caceres, who had just celebrated his second birthday, was walking with his mother in the 1400 block of Kanawha Street in Langley Park, Md. Suddenly, a shootout broke out, and the pair were caught in the crossfire. When the smoke cleared, Rose Carceras was hospitalized with a non-life-threatening wound to her leg. Her toddler son was taken to Children's National Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
SCOTUS Justice Jackson Just Said the Dumbest
Thing About Guns and I Can't Stop Laughing
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Posted by ladydawgfan 2/28/2024 8:44:29 PM Post Reply
Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson must have fallen asleep last night watching a vintage '80s Chuck Norris movie as part of her preparation to hear oral arguments today in the Garland v. Cargill bumpstock ban lawsuit because her understanding of firearms is even less realistic than your typical Cannon Films production. While I don't have the transcript yet for you — arguments are going on as I write this column — the Firearms Policy Coalition has been doing the good work of posting highlights to Twitter/X. (Don't miss the update below from the official transcript.) When it was time for the Biden Department of Justice to present its side to the Court,
How Corrupt Is Gavin Newsom? So Corrupt
That It’s Positively Staggering.
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Posted by ladydawgfan 2/28/2024 8:38:56 PM Post Reply
If President Dementia finally falters for good and Vice President Cackler is somehow persuaded to allow herself to be eased into a comfortable and lucrative retirement, and if the persistent rumors about a Michelle Obama presidential campaign prove to be just that — rumors — the Commissar of the California Soviet Socialist Republic, Gavin Newsom, is waiting in the wings. In 2028, he won’t have so many people ahead of him in the Democrat food chain, and he could conceivably turn out to be the occupant of the Oval Office someday. But some of his recent dealings in the tarnished Golden State may end up derailing his ambitions
Republicans Who Backed McConnell’s Ukraine
Boondoggle Don’t Deserve To Replace Him
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Posted by earlybird 2/28/2024 8:37:27 PM Post Reply
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is stepping down as party leader at the end of this year, which means the bid to replace America’s least popular politician is off to the races.(snip)“One of life’s most underappreciated talents is to know when it’s time to move on to life’s next chapter,” McConnell said, after having spent nearly 40 years in Congress getting rich from American taxpayers.
Bud Light's Super Bowl Hail Mary Was a
Massive Flop, New Data Shows
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 8:32:05 PM Post Reply
As anyone even halfway aware of Bud Light’s financial woes since putting Dylan Mulvaney on one their cans predicted, their attempt to reclaim their domination of the beer market via funny Super Bowl ads did not have the intended result. If anything, it was a waste of a $7 million plus brand rehabilitation effort. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that, despite the astronomical amounts of money Anheuser-Busch expended on the prime ad space of the Super Bowl, the company’s attempt to boost their flagging sales “barely moved the needle.”
Congressional leaders strike partial budget
deal, avert weekend government shutdown
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 8:11:27 PM Post Reply
Top congressional leaders on Capitol Hill struck a partial budget deal to temporarily avert a government shutdown on Wednesday. Leaders including House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., secured an agreement for six funding bills, four of which were to expire Friday. Those bills and their corresponding agencies, which included agriculture, veterans affairs and housing, will now remain funded through March 8. The rest of the government's funding will be extended to March 22. "We are in agreement that Congress must work in a bipartisan manner to fund our government,"
Illinois judge rules Trump should be removed
from Republican primary ballot over Jan.
6 riot
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 8:04:39 PM Post Reply
An Illinois judge ruled Wednesday that former President Donald Trump should be taken off of the state's ballot for the primary election, citing the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The decision came from the Circuit Court of Cook County, and the judge put the order on pause in anticipation of an appeal. The ruling said that "based on engaging in insurrection on January 6, 2021...his name should be removed from the ballot." NBC News has reached out to the Trump campaign for comment. The Illinois GOP primary takes place March 19. The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments regarding a similar Colorado ruling that said Trump should be removed
Biden’s doctor says there are no new
concerns with the president’s health
and he remains fit to serve
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 7:34:56 PM Post Reply
Washington — President Joe Biden is fit for duty, his doctor reported Wednesday following the president’s annual physical, in what is expected to be the last update on Biden’s health before November’s election. Dr. Kevin O’Connor said in a memo there are “no new concerns” with the president’s health revealed by this year’s physical. The White House said earlier Wednesday that no cognitive test was administered as O’Connor did not find it necessary. “The President feels well and this year’s physical identified no new concerns. He continues to be fit for duty and fully executes all of his responsibilities without any exemptions or accommodations,” O’Connor wrote.
Breaking: O’Keefe Media Group Confronts
Total Creep New York Judge Arthur Engoron
After Sources Tell Him Engoron Frequently
Goes to Gym and is “Creeping Girls Out”
– Engoron Wears Revealing Sweatpants
and No Underwear? (Video)
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 7:27:03 PM Post Reply
James O’Keefe on Wednesday released footage from an encounter with creepy New York Judge Arthur Engoron, who recently hit President Donald Trump with a massive $355 million judgment for his honest business practices and job creation in the state of New York. O’Keefe received tips from others who had seen Engoron at the Equinox Gym in Long Island and decided to follow up. One source sent him a video of Engoron checking a woman out and appearing to flirt with her. The message says he’s often “creeping girls out” and “does this every visit.” In the video below, one woman is seen putting her hand up to gesture “back off.”
Supreme Court will decide if Trump is
immune from prosecution: Justices agree
to take up case and delay Jack Smith's
election interference trial
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 7:04:12 PM Post Reply
The Supreme Court announced Wednesday that it will decide if Donald Trump is immune from prosecution his federal election interference case – on a timetable that keeps his trial on hold for months. The high court announced in a brief ruling that it would hear oral arguments in the case during the week of April 22, and keep Trump's January 6 case being tried in Washington, DC paused until then. It is hearing the case in an expedited fashion, setting up back-and-forth legal briefs between Trump's lawyers and the government this month. But just by agreeing to take the case the court pushed back Trump's case at least until the summer.
Illegal Alien Charged with Child Rape,
Violent Armed Robbery in Louisiana
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 6:59:29 PM Post Reply
An illegal alien is accused of raping a 14-year-old girl before carrying out a violent armed robbery in Kenner, Louisiana. Angel Matias Castellanos-Orellana, a 19-year-old illegal alien from Honduras, was arrested on February 25 by the Kenner Police Department after he allegedly committed an armed robbery and stabbed the victim, who is recovering at a nearby hospital. Along with armed robbery and aggravated battery, Castellanos-Orellana has been charged with first-degree rape and aggravated assault after police allege he raped and assaulted a 14-year-old girl in the area.
‘Abuse of Public Power’: AOC Defends
Hunter Biden Against Probe
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 3:47:58 PM Post Reply
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) defended Hunter Biden while he was behind closed doors testifying before the House impeachment inquiry on Wednesday. Ocasio-Cortez’s defense of Hunter highlights her change in political disposition from a once lefty populist turned establishment protectorate of the Bidens. “What we just witnessed over the last hour was, I think, a deep sea fishing expedition,” the Democrat congresswoman alleged. “The Republican case has completely fallen apart over the last several weeks.” Hunter is a material witness in the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, who denied involvement in the Biden business at least nine times.
US issues 'increased caution' warning
for people traveling to Mexico during
Spring Break - as partygoers heading to
Cancun and Tulum are warned about 'unregulated
drinks and synthetic drugs' in country
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 3:38:22 PM Post Reply
The US has issued a warning for spring breakers who plan to travel to Mexico to exercise 'increased caution.' As partygoers head to Cancun and Tulum, the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Mexico have warned people about 'unregulated drinks and synthetic drugs' in the county. The message, posted on Monday said: 'Travel Smart – Be Informed: Each year, thousands of U.S. citizens visit Mexico during spring break.' It added that 'while the vast majority travel safely,' tourists should still consider the list of specific advisories including, crime, drugs, pharmaceuticals, drownings, and more.
A California federal court bars feds from
prosecuting white supremacists while ignoring Antifa.
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Posted by Beardo 2/28/2024 3:35:28 PM Post Reply
In 2017, Antifa and its anarcho-Marxist allies and a few small white supremacist groups engaged in violent activity at political rallies. However, the Department of Justice prosecuted only the white supremacists under the Anti-Riot Act of 1968. A federal court has finally called foul on this unconstitutional government bias. The decision, by Judge Cormac J. Carney (a George W. Bush nominee), is in United States of America v. Rundo et al. The defendants, both self-avowed white supremacists, moved to dismiss the charges against them under the Anti-Riot Act because the government violated the equal protection clause when it failed to prosecute anarcho-Marxists for identical activity.
‘CSI: NY’ star Gary Sinise ‘has
been so strong’ after son’s death
as celebs reach out
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 3:11:51 PM Post Reply
Gary Sinise is receiving support from fellow stars following the death of his son, McCanna Anthony Sinise, who died from cancer at the age of 33. The actor made the news public on Tuesday with a post on his Gary Sinise Foundation website, noting that Mac passed away Jan. 5 and was laid to rest Jan. 23. “Like any family experiencing such a loss, we are heartbroken and have been managing as best we can,” the 68-year-old wrote under a photo of Mac, captioned: “In Honor & Memory McCanna Anthony ‘Mac’ Sinise, 1990-2024.”
Group of Illegal Aliens Asked Whether
They Prefer Biden or Trump in Charge of
the Border — Any Guesses?
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 1:59:34 PM Post Reply
"Fox & Friends Weekend" co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy recently ventured to an Indian reservation on the Arizona-Mexico border, which she described as a "soft shelter" and the first stop for illegal aliens supposedly heading to processing centers, to get a sense of why they came to the country — and who they prefer as president of the United States. "Who is best for illegal immigration? Donald Trump or Joe Biden?" Campos-Duffy asked a group of five adult male illegals. Every one of them answered, without hesitation: "Joe Biden." Of course, they prefer Biden in charge of the border, as in "Well, duh!"
Denver Government May Furlough American
Staff To Put Illegals On Its Payroll
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 1:57:01 PM Post Reply
As Denver faces a budget crisis due to 40,000 illegal immigrants arriving in the last year, the city is warning hourly workers that they may be furloughed, while also considering hiring illegal immigrants to work for the city, The Daily Wire has learned. A spokeswoman for Denver mayor Mike Johnston told The Daily Wire that the budget crisis was caused by illegal immigrants being unable to work, causing them to be a drain on taxpayer dollars. The idea was to solve that by having them work directly for the city, she said. She said that a full-time salary funded by taxpayers was “not necessarily” more costly than social services.
Dem. mayor of Athens, Georgia, is shouted
down after Laken Riley UGA campus murder:
'You have blood on your hands'
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 1:50:54 PM Post Reply
Furious residents of Athens heckled their Democratic mayor after the brutal murder of Laken Riley on the University of George campus. Mayor Kelly Girtz was interrupted on Wednesday morning as he held a briefing to discuss public safety in Athens after the nursing student was allegedly beaten to death by undocumented migrant Jose Antonio Ibarra, 26. As he tried to deny that Athens is a sanctuary city for undocumented immigrants, the crowd started shouting at the mayor. A man in the crowd repeatedly shouted: 'You're a liar.' He added: 'You're the one who is guilty and got blood on your hands for this murder, sir!'
Whole Lotta Lyin’ Goin’ On replies
Posted by Garnet 2/28/2024 1:45:10 PM Post Reply
Attorney Terrence Bradley testified yesterday in the hearing on the possible disqualification of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Special Counsel Nathan Wade in the “conspiracy so immense” charges against President Trump et al. pending in Georgia state court. Bradley is Wade’s former law partner and lawyer in his divorce proceeding. He knows when the Willis/Wade romance began because Wade told him. Indeed, as Techno Fog notes, Bradley has previously stated in text messages to Ashleigh Merchant (attorney for defendant Michael Roman) that: (1) the relationship between Willis and Wade started before he was appointed special prosecutor,
Mitch McConnell, 82, to STEP DOWN as Republican
Senate leader after serving for almost
20 years
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Posted by Imright 2/28/2024 1:44:17 PM Post Reply
A tearful Mitch McConnell has announced he will be stepping down as the longest-serving Senate leader in history and admitted 'father time remains undefeated.' The Republican senator, who turned 82 last week, choked up on the Senate floor as he revealed he will leave the position he's served in for almost 18 years in November after a 'painful time' that included the death of his sister-in-law. McConnell has battled constant calls to step down in recent months over his support for sending more aid to Ukraine and is the last member of the Republican leadership not to have endorsed Donald Trump's 2024 presidential bid.
Body Language Experts Think Fani Willis
Wearing Her Dress Backwards Was the Least
of Her Problems
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Posted by Garnet 2/28/2024 1:34:50 PM Post Reply
Fani Willis wearing her dress backwards was the least of her worries while on the stand answering to ethics complaints in Fulton County, Ga., last week. Body language experts say the Fulton County top prosecutor has much bigger issues than simply storming the hearing, sashaying down the aisle, and demanding her surprised underlings let her testify. Willis' dress punctuated the absurdity of the story the sashaying DA tried to peddle. She spun yarns to explain why she did nothing wrong because she paid in cash. If you saw this slow-motion train crash, you know Willis didn't help her cause as she tried to prove that she wasn't misusing her office
Trump lawyers say he’s prepared to post
$100 million bond while appealing staggering
fraud penalty
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Posted by Dreadnought 2/28/2024 1:13:34 PM Post Reply
NEW YORK — Donald Trump’s lawyers asked a New York appellate court Wednesday to halt collection of the former president’s $454 million civil fraud judgment while he appeals. Trump’s lawyers said in a court filing that he is prepared to post a $100 million appeal bond rather than a bond covering the full amount, which would have automatically paused enforcement. They said a provision in Judge Arthur Engoron’s Feb. 16 ruling that bans Trump, his company, and co-defendants from obtaining loans from New York banks for three years would make it impossible for him to obtain a bond covering the full judgment.
Biden Announces Unannounced Hospital Visit
Because He's Fine and Nothing Makes Sense Anymore
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Posted by Hazymac 2/28/2024 12:45:13 PM Post Reply
It's officially unofficial that Presidentish Joe Biden will make an unannounced visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center now that the announcement has been made by the White House. Literally every lead sentence I write at the top of a story about Biden is more absurd than the previous one — and we still have at least 10 more months of this nonsense to go. Some — such as yours truly and the not-awful members of the White House Press Corpse [sic] (and I'm looking at you, Peter Doocy) — are more concerned with the alleged president's cognitive health than we are about his physical health.
McConnell will step down as the Senate
Republican leader
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Posted by plomke 2/28/2024 12:36:25 PM Post Reply
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitch McConnell, the longest-serving Senate leader in history who maintained his power in the face of dramatic convulsions in the Republican Party for almost two decades, will step down from that position in November. McConnell, who turned 82 last week, was set to announce his decision Wednesday in the well of the Senate, a place where he looked in awe from its back benches in 1985 when he arrived and where he grew increasingly comfortable in the front row seat afforded the party lea
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