New Zealand Prime Minister Calls for a Global Censorship System

New Zealand Prime Minister Calls for a Global Censorship System By Jonathan Turley | 25 Sept 2022 | New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is the latest liberal leader to call for an international alliance to censor speech. Unsatisfied with the unprecedented corporate censorship of social media companies, leaders like Hillary Clinton have turned from private censorship to good old-fashioned state censorship. Speech regulation has become an article of faith on the left. Ardern used her speech this week to the United Nations General Assembly to call for censorship on a global scale. Ardern lashed out at "disinformation" and called for a global coalition to control speech... She defended the need for such global censorship on having to combat those who question climate change and the need to stop "hateful and dangerous rhetoric and ideology."

DeSantis mobilizes national guard ahead of likely hurricane

DeSantis mobilizes national guard ahead of likely hurricane | 25 Sept 2022 | Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis on Sunday said the state is mobilizing resources as Tropical Storm Ian bears down on the state, including activating 2,500 national guard troops and preparing more than 2 million meals for residents. DeSantis, speaking to reporters during a news conference inside the state Emergency Operations Center, said the latest forecast shows that Ian will make landfall in Taylor County in northern Florida by mid-week. While the storm may weaken or change its current path, the governor urged people to begin preparing for a major weather event that could leave many Floridians without power for days.

Houses washed away after storm Fiona as Canada sends in military for cleanup

Houses washed away after storm Fiona as Canada sends in military for cleanup | 25 Sept 2022 | Canadian troops are being sent to assist the recovery from the devastation of storm Fiona, which swept away houses, stripped off roofs and knocked out power across the country's Atlantic provinces. After surging north from the Caribbean as a hurricane, Fiona came ashore before dawn on Saturday as a post-tropical cyclone, battering Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Quebec with hurricane-strength winds, heavy rains and huge waves. The defense minister, Anita Anand, said on Saturday that troops would help remove fallen trees and other debris, restore transportation links and do whatever else was required for as long as it took. She didn’t specify how many troops would be deployed.

Gov. Ron DeSantis Declares State of Emergency for All 67 Florida Counties

Gov. Ron DeSantis Declares State of Emergency for All 67 Florida Counties | 24 Sept 2022 | A state of emergency has been extended in Florida as Tropical Storm Ian is expected to strengthen before reaching the state next week. Governor Ron DeSantis initially declared a state of emergency in 24 counties on Friday and decided to expand the order to the entire state on Saturday, citing "foregoing conditions, which are projected to constitute a major disaster." "The Florida Division of Emergency Management, working together with the National Hurricane Center to evaluate weather predictions, has determined there is a continuing risk of dangerous storm surge, heavy rainfall, flash flooding, strong winds, hazardous seas, and isolated tornadic activity for Florida's Peninsula and portions of the Florida Big Bend, North Florida, and Northeast Florida," the order states.

Italy holds snap election amid crisis over energy and inflation

Italy holds snap election amid crisis over energy and inflation --Right-wing candidates are expected to win the most votes | 25 Sept 2022 | Italians are going to the polls to cast their ballots for members of parliament in a snap election on Sunday, with conservative parties favored to make the biggest gains. The election was called when Prime Minister Mario Draghi resigned in July after three right-wing parties -- the League, Five Star Movement (M5S), and Forza Italia (Forward Italy) -- withdrew their support for his unity government. According to polls released before the pre-election ban on September 10, the right-wing Brothers of Italy (FI) party, a former outsider, is now poised to come in first with 24%, which could be the biggest victory since its founding ten years ago. In a message to voters on Friday, FI leader Giorgia Meloni said the party "has never betrayed its word and has always put Italians first." European Commission head [Great Reset scum-bag] Ursula von der Leyen rattled some conservatives on Thursday by saying Brussels has "tools" to respond if the political situation in Italy goes in a "difficult direction" after Sunday's vote. She was apparently referring to the EU's ability to withhold funding to member states that violate the bloc's laws. Salvini, nevertheless, warned von der Leyen against meddling in Italy's domestic affairs. "It's an attack on democracy, and, above all, blackmail," he said.

Vaccine Mandate Ruled 'Invalid' for Police Association Members in New York

Vaccine Mandate Ruled 'Invalid' for Police Association Members in New York | 25 Sept 2022 | New York police officers have scored a big win in their fight against the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate that cost some their jobs, with a Manhattan Supreme Court judge ruling that the mandate--as it applies to members of the Police Benevolent Association (PBA)--is "invalid" and that fired cops must be given back their jobs. Judge Lyle Frank said in the Sept. 23 ruling that PBA members who lost their jobs for refusing the jab must be "reinstated to the status they were as of the date of the wrongful action." While it's unclear how many PBA members lost their jobs due to the mandate, a City Hall spokesperson told CBS News that more than 1,750 city employees have been fired for refusing to get the shot.

850 more unvaxxed NYC teachers, aides fired for not complying with mandate

850 more unvaxxed NYC teachers, aides fired for not complying with mandate | 19 Sept 2022 | The city Department of Education has axed another 850 teachers and classroom aides -- bringing the total to nearly 2,000 school employees fired for failure to comply with a vaccine mandate increasingly struck down in court. About 1,300 DOE employees who took a year's unpaid leave -- with benefits -- agreed to show proof of COVID vaccination by Sept. 5 or be "deemed to have voluntarily resigned." ...The 850 let go makes roughly 1,950 DOE staffers terminated since the vaccine mandate took effect on Oct. 29, 2021.

U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Case Against COVID Vaccine Mandate for New York City Employees

U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Case Against COVID Vaccine Mandate for New York City Employees | 22 Sept 202 | The U.S. Supreme Court on Oct. 7 will consider a New York Police Department detective's challenge to the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal employees. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas granted the request by the detective, Anthony Marciano, after Justice Sonia Sotomayor initially rejected it, Politico confirmed Tuesday. Marciano's challenge seeks to strike down the mandate for the Emergency Use Authorized COVID-19 vaccine for all city workers -- including firefighters, police and teachers. According to data from the mayor’s office, as of Aug. 30, 1,761 city workers have been fired for not getting the vaccine, Daily News reported Wednesday. That number now is likely higher after the New York City Department of Education this month fired another 850 teachers and other staff, bringing the total to nearly 2,000 school employees fired for failure to comply with the mandate, according to the New York Post.

Darling of NYC bail-reform advocates sought for attempted murder outside St. Pat's

Darling of NYC bail-reform advocates sought for attempted murder outside St. Pat's | 25 Sept 2022 | An accused career criminal who was once the darling of bail-reform advocates is now being sought by cops for attempted murder outside St. Patrick's Cathedral, law-enforcement sources say. Pedro Hernandez -- who still has three other open gun cases against him -- is wanted in the Aug. 28 Midtown shooting that stemmed from a game of three-card monte, sources said. Hernandez, 22, is suspected of firing into an occupied red Mercedes Benz after losing cash and a gold chain in the notoriously rigged sidewalk hustle.

'She was 12, I was 30': Biden leaves viewers stunned in teachers speech

'She was 12, I was 30': Biden leaves viewers stunned in teachers speech | 24 Sept 2022 | Joe Biden shocked viewers of his Friday speech to teachers when he recognized an audience member and told the crowd, "She was 12, I was 30." Biden lit up social media with the confounding and seemingly inappropriate aside. He did not say what he did when he was 30 and the woman was a preteen. "You gotta say hi to me," Biden said mid-speech at the National Education Association headquarters in DC. "We go back a long way. She was 12, I was 30. But anyway, this woman helped me get an awful lot done." The audience of teachers and union members laughed and cheered at the bawdy sick remark.

Pfizer CEO gets Covid for second time in six weeks

Pfizer CEO gets Covid for second time in six weeks --Albert Bourla is quadruple vaccinated with his own company's jab | 25 Sept 2022 | Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has tested positive for Covid-19 for the second time in six weeks, despite being vaccinated four times. Bourla previously claimed that his company's vaccine was "100% effective" in preventing coronavirus infection. Bourla announced his diagnosis in a Twitter post on Saturday, stating that he was "feeling well and symptom free." The pharma chief has received four doses - an initial two shots and two boosters – of his company’s mRNA vaccine, and said that he has not yet had Pfizer's new bivalent booster shot, as he tested positive for Covid-19 already in August. "While we've made great progress, the virus is still with us," he added. [Yes, the virus being Pfizer and the CDC.]

Hundreds of foreign fighters killed in Ukraine - Russia

Hundreds of foreign fighters killed in Ukraine - Russia --The mercenaries were eliminated in a missile attack on a deployment center, Moscow announced | 24 Sept 2022 | Up to 300 foreigners fighting for Kiev against Moscow have been killed in Nikolayev Region in southern Ukraine, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed on Saturday. "Up to 300 militants were eliminated by a missile attack on the point of temporary deployment of foreign mercenaries in the area of the village of Kalinovka, Nikolayev Region," the ministry's spokesman, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, announced during his daily briefing. A large number of foreign combatants have reportedly lost their lives fighting for Ukraine. Earlier this week, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu claimed that Russian forces and the militias of the Donbass republics had eliminated more than 2,000 foreign mercenaries. As of September 21, 1,000 foreigners remained in the ranks of the Ukrainian military, according to the minister, whereas in April the number was estimated at 3,000. Saturday's strike would leave only 700, by those calculations.

Facebook shuts down 100,000-member group for using carrot emoji to refer to covid vaccines, because no discussion of vaccine injuries shall be allowed

Facebook shuts down 100,000-member group for using carrot emoji to refer to covid vaccines, because no discussion of vaccine injuries shall be allowed | 23 Sept 2022 | BBC News (United Kingdom) is on a crusade to stamp out all online references to covid "vaccines" that are negative - including those that use a carrot emoji to bypass social media censors. BBC is responsible for the removal of a more than 100,000-member Facebook group that routinely showed posts referencing Fauci Flu shots with the carrot emoji since Facebook does not allow the jabs to be mentioned by name. We are told that BBC flagged the group for review, prompting Facebook to pull it. Now, the group's 100,000-plus members will have to find a new home to discuss injuries and deaths caused by the COVID injections.

Rand Corporation Confidential Policy Document - Executive Summary - January 25, 2022

Rand Corporation Confidential Policy Document - Executive Summary - January 25, 2022 --Commentary by CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. | 23 Sept 2022 | The following is a[n alleged] research report from the Rand Corporation, the nonprofit think tank with a tremendous impact on U.S. policy. Dated January 25, 2022, the document recommends escalating tensions with Russia to provoke them into attacking Ukraine. The aim of the operation is not merely to weaken Russia but to destroy Germany! If this is legitimate, it shows what unbelievably sick people are dictating US (and gobal) policy. Note, when this gets out, Rand and the state department will no doubt claim that it is fake. But everything about it looks quite "legitimate," other than what it recommends.

Here are the first several paragraphs:

"Weakening Germany, strengthening the U.S.
The present state of the U.S. economy does not suggest that it can function without financial and material support from external sources. The quantitative easing policy, which the Fed has resorted to regularly in recent years, as well as the uncontrolled issue of cash during the 2020 and 2021 Covid Iockdowns, have led to a sharp increase in the external debt and an increase in the dollar supply.
 
"The continuing deterioration of the economic situation is highly likely to lead to a loss in the position of the Democratic Party in Congress and the Senate in the forthcoming elections to be held in November 2022. The impeachment of the President cannot be ruled out under these circumstances, which must be avoided at all costs.
 
"There is an urgent need for resources to flow into the national economy, especially the banking system. Only European countries bound by EU and NATO commitments will be able to provide them without significant military and political costs for us.
 
"The major obstacle to it is growing independence of Germany. Although it still is a country with limited sovereignty, for decades it has been consistently moving toward lifting these limitations and becoming a fully independent state. This movement is slow and cautious, but steady. Extrapolation shows that the ultimate goal can be reached only in several decades.
 
"However, if social and economic problems in the United States escalate, the pace could accelerate significantly.
An additional factor contributing to Germany's economic independence is Brexit. With the withdrawal of the UK from the EU structures, we have lost a meaningful opportunity to influence the negotiation of crossgoverrunental decisions.
 
"It is fear of our negative response which by and large determines the relatively slow speed of those changes. If one day we abandon Europe, there will be a good chance for Germany and France to get to a full political consensus. Then, Italy and other Old Europe countries - primarily the fonner ECSC members - may join it on certain conditions. Britain, which is currently outside the European Union, will not be able to resist the pressure of the Franco-German duo alone. If implemented, this scenario will eventually turn Europe into not only an economic, but also a political competitor to the United States.
 
"Besides, if the U.S. is for a certain period is engulfed by domestic problems, the Old Europe will be able to more effectively resist the influence of the U.S.-oriented Eastern European countries."

California bans sale of natural gas heaters by 2030

Just in time for UN Agenda 2030: California bans sale of natural gas heaters by 2030 | 23 Sept 2022 | The California Air Resources Board voted to end the sale of gas furnaces and gas water heaters by the year 2030. he major announcement falls on the heels of California also ending the sale of gas power cars by the year 2035. The two steps are the most aggressive climate actions ever taken by a state in the U.S. "Together furnaces and water heaters typically that run on gas account for 90% of gas use in the average California household. So just eliminating these two sources of pollution is going to be a big win for our air quality and our health as well as for addressing climate change," said Leah Louis Prescott, an environmental advocate. California has been leading the country in the push to end the use of fossil fuels, and the latest move to electrification is signaling a sea change in ending the use of natural gas.

Governor Ron DeSantis Declares State of Emergency for 24 Counties, Urges Floridians to Prepare for Impacts from Tropical Depression 9

Governor Ron DeSantis Declares State of Emergency for 24 Counties, Urges Floridians to Prepare for Impacts from Tropical Depression 9 --Governor DeSantis has also requested a federal pre-landfall Emergency Declaration | 23 Sept 2022 | Today, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 22-218, declaring a State of Emergency for 24 counties in the potential path of Tropical Depression 9. Additionally, Governor DeSantis has requested a federal pre-landfall Emergency Declaration in anticipation of impacts from the storm. This declaration will make available important resources and support, as well as free up funding sources for emergency protective measures. Under this this emergency order, members of the Florida National Guard will be activated and on standby awaiting orders. "Today, I signed an Executive Order issuing a State of Emergency due to the threat of Tropical Depression 9," said Governor Ron DeSantis. "This storm has the potential to strengthen into a major hurricane and we encourage all Floridians to make their preparations. We are coordinating with all state and local government partners to track potential impacts of this storm."

$45.6 Billion in US Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Was Stolen By Fraud, Says Labor Dept. IG

$45.6 Billion in US Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Was Stolen By Fraud, Says Labor Dept. IG | 23 Sept 2022 | Criminals have fraudulently stolen $45.6 billion in unemployment benefits from U.S. government programs meant to assist Americans who lost their jobs during the pandemic. The federal government started an unemployment aid program in March 2020 during the early days of the pandemic. The hundreds of billions in pandemic aid immediately attracted criminals, who exploited the federal assistance program. The scammers applied common tactics, such as the illegal use of Social Security numbers of those not eligible for unemployment insurance, between March 2020 and April 2022, according to a report released on Sept. 22 by the Department of Labor's Office of the Inspector General (OIG). These actions resulted in "historic levels of fraud and other improper payments," reported Larry Turner, the Labor Department's inspector general.

Israeli Investigators Find COVID-19 Vaccines Cause Side Effects - Leaked Video

Israeli Investigators Find COVID-19 Vaccines Cause Side Effects - Leaked Video | 23 Sept 2022 | Israeli researchers found some side effects that occurred after COVID-19 vaccination were caused by Pfizer's vaccine, according to a leaked video. The Israeli Ministry of Health (MoH) commissioned researchers to analyze adverse event reports submitted by Israelis and the researchers presented findings from the new surveillance system in an internal June 2022 meeting, video of which was obtained by an Israeli journalist. Researchers said that the phenomenon of rechallenge--when adverse events reoccur or worsen following additional vaccine doses--proved that some of the events were caused by the vaccine... Rechallenge changes a causal link "from possible to definitive," Dr. Mati Berkovitch, head of the research team and a pediatric specialist, said at the meeting.

DOD announces creation of diversity and inclusion committee

DOD announces creation of diversity and inclusion committee | 23 Sept 2022 | The Department of Defense has formed the Defense Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (DACODAI) and on Friday announced the appointment of its inaugural slate of members. General (Ret.) Lester Lyles will chair the committee. Lyles, the DOD stated, is "devoted to community service, particularly in diversity and inclusion matters which he believes is a mission imperative to national security." Under the Biden administration, the Department of Defense has taken flak for its prioritization of social issues and progressive projects, especially amid major military failures such as the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Here We Go: Ebola Outbreak in Uganda Has Doctors Scrambling

Here We Go: Ebola Outbreak in Uganda Has Doctors Scrambling | 23 Sept 2022 | An outbreak of Ebola is being reported in Uganda where doctors are scrambling to contain it. There are reports out of Africa of an outbreak of some form of ebola that doctors are trying to address: "Ebola has spread almost 50 miles through rural communities in Uganda -- with cases clustered near a busy road leading from the capital Kampala to the Democratic Republic of Congo, health officials revealed on Thursday. Doctors are scrambling to mount a response to a relatively rare form of the highly contagious deadly hemorrhagic fever, which leaves people vomiting blood and has no approved vaccine." This news out of Africa comes as the COVID crisis was proclaimed "over" by Joe Biden, which was quickly rebutted by others in the government. Also, the 2022 mid-terms are coming up. COVID was used as a reason for unconstitutional actions before the 2020 election, such as the installation of illegal drop boxes across the country. Will this happen again?

Depression forms, forecast to turn into Hurricane Hermine. South Florida in the cone

Depression forms, forecast to turn into Hurricane Hermine. South Florida in the cone | 23 Sept 2022 | A tropical depression formed Friday morning in the hot waters of the Caribbean, a system that the National Hurricane Center expects to significantly strengthen and make landfall somewhere in Florida around Wednesday -- potentially as a Category 3 hurricane. Exactly where is the big question and concern, with nearly the entire peninsula potentially at risk... The National Hurricane Center, in an 11 a.m. update, forecast that Tropical Depression No. 9 to strengthen into a tropical storm sometime Friday. If it beats out other brewing systems in the Atlantic, it would be named Hermine.

Dow enters bear market territory, falling 20% from record high in January

Dow enters bear market territory, falling 20% from record high in January --Dow breaks key 30,000 level | 23 Sept 2022 | U.S. stocks experienced another sharp selloff across the board with the Dow Jones Industrial Average touching an intraday bear market before ending slightly above that level with a 485 point loss as recession fears grow. In commodities, oil fell over 7% for the week ending at $78.74 per barrel... Investors moved more than $30 billion to cash this week as anxiety grows about the performance of stocks, bonds and other asserts. Bond outflows totaled almost $7 billion. Bank of America says investor sentiment is "unquestionably" the worst it's been since the 2008 global financial crisis as fears of a recession grow.

Donbass republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson Regions kick off vote on joining Russia

Donbass republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson Regions kick off vote on joining Russia --Voters have five days to have their say | 23 Sept 2022 | Referendums on officially becoming Russian territories have begun in the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk and the Russian-controlled parts of southern Ukraine. The votes will take place from today until Tuesday next week. Preliminary results are expected to be released by Wednesday. The Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR) broke away from Ukraine shortly after the 2014 coup in Kiev. They are predominantly Russian-speaking and share a border with Russia. Moscow recognized them as independent states in February. Russia currently controls Ukraine's Kherson Region, as well as large parts of Zaporozhye Region, which were seized after Moscow launched its military operation in the neighboring country on February 24.

Moscow clarifies Putin's nuclear warning

Moscow clarifies Putin's nuclear warning | 23 Sept 2022 | Moscow is not making nuclear threats against anyone, but urges the West to refrain from interfering in Russia's military offensive in Ukraine, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Friday. In a video address at a conference marking the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis, Ryabkov said Moscow had noticed "Washington's painful reaction" to Russia placing its nuclear arsenal on high combat alert in February. "We explain that we do not threaten anyone with nuclear weapons," Ryabkov said, referring to Russia's military doctrine, which provides for the use of the nuclear arsenal in self-defense when there is an existential threat to the state. At the same time, Ryabkov said, Russia was warning the West that there are "risks" to its interference in Ukraine and it "strongly urges" the US "to avoid a situation that could lead to a direct military clash with Russia."

Multiple deaths in Ukrainian shelling of Donetsk market

Multiple deaths in Ukrainian shelling of Donetsk market | 22 Sept 2022 | Artillery shells fired at Donetsk by Ukrainian forces on Thursday landed in the vicinity of the main city market, Mayor Alexey Kulemzin has reported. At least six people were killed in the attack and six others injured, the city chief said. The Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) defense force released footage of what they said was the aftermath of the Ukrainian attack... Earlier in the day, the head of the administration of Melitopol, a Russian-controlled city in Ukraine's Zaporozhye Region, reported a blast at the city market. The explosion injured six people but didn’t claim any lives, the official said.

Nuclear war is possible - U.S. commander

Nuclear war is possible - U.S. commander | 22 Sept 2022 | Navy Admiral Charles Richard, commander of U.S. Strategic Command, declared on Wednesday that for the first time since the end of the Cold War, the US faces the possibility of nuclear war with a peer-level opponent. Speaking at an Air Force-organized conference in Maryland, Richard claimed that the U.S. would have to prepare to escalate quickly against possible opponents, and to protect its homeland. "All of us in this room are back in the business of contemplating...direct armed conflict with a nuclear-capable peer," he said, according to a Pentagon summary of his comments. "We have not had to do that in over 30 years."

Illegal Alien Accused of Killing Sheriff's Deputy Alexis Hein-Nutz One Week Before Her 25th Birthday

Illegal Alien Accused of Killing Sheriff's Deputy Alexis Hein-Nutz One Week Before Her 25th Birthday | 20 Sept 2022 | An illegal alien is accused of killing 24-year-old Sheriff’s Deputy Alexis Hein-Nutz in Weld County, Colorado, just one week before her 25th birthday. Norberto Garcia-Gonzales, a 36-year-old illegal alien, was arrested this week for allegedly causing a hit-and-run crash that killed Hein-Nutz on September 18 while she was on her way to work. According to Weld County investigators, Hein-Nutz was riding her motorcycle on her way to work when a drunk Garcia-Gonzales stuck her motorcycle -- killing her in the process. Hein-Nutz was just one week away from her 25th birthday and had joined the Weld County Sheriff's Office as a detentions deputy at the county jail in 2018.

Russian gas burning live stream shut down

Russian gas burning live stream shut down --Twitch blocks a channel streaming a gas stove burning on full blast, around the clock | 21 Sept 2022 | A Russian live streamer had his Twitch channel blocked without explanation on Wednesday after he launched a round-the-clock broadcast of a burning gas stove. The feed was accompanied by Russian music in an apparent attempt to troll the users from countries where gas prices have skyrocketed in recent months. The first stream was launched on September 17 by a user named russiangas1 and showed a kitchen where four gas burners were running on full blast for hours on end. A thermometer could be seen in front of the stove showing audiences how hot it was in the room and a clock in the background showed that the stream was not on a loop. Russiangas1 added a caption to the video reading: "From Russia with Love!" and stated that he pays just €1.44 ($1.43) a month for all the gas he is burning... At the time of writing, the russiangas1 channel is inaccessible on Twitch.

Trump attacks 'racist' New York AG Letitia James for her $250 million 'witch hunt' lawsuit, claims SHE is the fraud and wouldn't have sued him if it wasn't for her 'really bad' poll numbers in her reelection campaign

Trump attacks 'racist' New York AG Letitia James for her $250 million 'witch hunt' lawsuit, claims SHE is the fraud and wouldn't have sued him if it wasn't for her 'really bad' poll numbers in her reelection campaign --'I never thought this case would be brought - until I saw her really bad poll numbers. She is a fraud who campaigned on a "get Trump" platform," Trump said "James is spending all of her time fighting for very powerful and well represented banks and insurance companies...instead of fighting murder and violent crime" | 21 Sept 202 | Former President Trump launched a fresh attack on New York attorney general Letitia James after she sued him for $250 million on accusations that he lied about his property values. He called James, who is black, "racist" and accused her of bringing forward the case to help her "really bad poll numbers." "Another Witch Hunt by a racist Attorney General, Letitia James, who failed in her run for Governor, getting almost zero support from the public, and now is doing poorly against Law & Order A.G. candidate, highly respected Michael Henry," Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social. "I never thought this case would be brought - until I saw her really bad poll numbers. She is a fraud who campaigned on a 'get Trump' platform, despite the fact that the city is one of the crime and murder disasters of the world under her watch!"

North Dakota man free after admitting he mowed down 'Republican' teen over politics, records show

North Dakota man free after admitting he mowed down 'Republican' teen over politics, records show | 21 Sept 2022 | The North Dakota man who allegedly admitted to fatally striking a teenage pedestrian with his car because the pair had "a political argument" was released from jail on Tuesday after posting $50,000 bond, records show. Shannon Brandt, 41, spent just days in a Stutsman County Jail on criminal charges related to the death of 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson before he posted his $50,000 bond and was released, according to county jail records. Brandt, a Glenfield resident, was arrested in the early morning hours of Sunday after he told the state first responders' radio "he struck the pedestrian because the pedestrian was threatening him," according to a probable-cause affidavit provided to Fox News Digital on Wednesday morning. "Brandt stated that the pedestrian called some people and Brandt was afraid they were coming to get him," the document continues. "Brandt admitted to State Radio that he hit the pedestrian and that the pedestrian was part of a Republican extremist group."

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