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VIDEO: Women twerk atop Chicago police SUV while it’s moving. Cops say they’re investigating; observers say it’s disgusting.

Chicago police said they’re investigating a viral video showing a trio of women twerking on top of a department SUV as it’s making a right-hand turn, WBBM-TV reported.

What are the details?

Information on the incident is scant. It’s not clear where or on what date the nighttime clip was recorded. What is clear is that the vehicle’s number is 8289, three women are on its hood and roof, and a crowd of excited onlookers follow the moving vehicle on foot while recording cellphone video of the incident.

“The Chicago Police Department is aware of a video that surfaced on social media showing several females riding on a marked squad car,” Deputy Director Tom Ahern said in a statement, WFLD-TV reported.

What did observers have to say?

Reactions to the clip on Twitter seemed mixed. While the women’s behavior clearly is unacceptable to some observers, others have no problem with it — and even chided detractors:

  • “Until white people start treating them like human beings instead of animals..until you start respecting them and seeing their dignity and worth…you will continue to get the results you’re getting,” one commenter said.
  • Another user replied similarly: “1. Was the vehicle stolen? 2. Did anyone get arrested or hurt? 3. NOTHING to see here[;] the weather was nice and everyone had a great time.”
  • “Yeah, how f***ing embarrassing that after literal centuries of police brutality & oppression, black people were allowed to dance in front of [police] and even delay their patrol by a few seconds,” another commenter observed sarcastically. “It was much less embarrassing when police just shot them in the face every day.”

Others disagreed, saying such behavior is indicative of the brazen mistreatment of and disrespect for police some people have demonstrated of late:

  • “If you don’t see anything wrong with this video, it shows just how sick our society has become,” one commenter wrote. “The person in the squad car needs to disciplined. This shows very little and poor respect for everyone involved.”
  • “Some of us consider normalizing the decline of society to be a problem,” another user said.
  • “To the Chicago PD HQ, why in the name of God are you allowing this to happen???” another commenter asked.

A trend afoot?

Just a little over a week ago, St. Louis officials and residents were left disgusted by videos showing a group of late-night revelers jumping on top of a police car with an officer inside.

Videos show people dancing on top of St. Louis police car on Washington Avenue

It appears police across America have been facing a growing level of abuse as citizens doling it out are getting bolder and bolder about it.

Who can forget the viral clip of people dumping buckets of water on New York City police officers — and cops having little choice but to simply walk away as they’re doused over and over?

Cuomo And NYPD’s War Of Words Over Water Bucket Incidents

And, of course, there was the April clip of an anti-cop protester recording himself walking along a row of Portland officers, flipping off each one of them as he bellowed, “F*** you! Quit your f***in’ job!”

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Pentagon Uses “World’s Largest Secret Army” To Brainwash the Masses

The United States government has to be one of the shadiest of them all as they lie and tell the slaves they are free while they brainwash them with a secret army.  The Pentagon is using the world’s largest “secret army” to brainwash domestic civilians and effect changes “abroad.”

NOTE: If you are still stuck in the left vs. right paradigm lie, this article is going to trigger you.

 Newsweek has reported that this secret government force has also been manipulating social media as mind control and brainwashing technique. After a two-year investigation, the outlet reported that the undercover army consists of around 60,000 people, many of whom use fake identities to carry out their “assignments”. The Pentagon’s agents operate in real life and online, with some even embedded in private businesses and well-known companies.

Newsweek’s exclusive report on this secret world is the result of a two-year investigation involving the examination of over 600 resumes and 1,000 job postings, dozens of Freedom of Information Act requests, and scores of interviews with participants and defense decision-makers. What emerges is a window into not just a little-known sector of the American military, but also a completely unregulated practice. No one knows the program’s total size, and the explosion of signature reduction has never been examined for its impact on military policies and culture. Congress has never held a hearing on the subject. And yet the military developing this gigantic clandestine force challenges U.S. laws, the Geneva Conventions, the code of military conduct, and basic accountability. -Newsweek

However, the fastest-growing group within the Pentagon’s clandestine force operates exclusively online. These “cyber fighters” assume fake identities to gather intelligence and search for “publicly accessible information” on the internet. They even reportedly take part in “campaigns to influence and manipulate social media.” Hundreds of these shadowy keyboard warriors are employees of the National Security Agency, Newsweek reported.

We are being played. If you still cannot see that government is slavery, at this point, it may not be possible to awaken you to this system of lies, control, manipulation, and corruption. In the “land of the free” where people are increasingly realizing how enslaved they truly are, this should outrage the masses. But it probably won’t.  Some will likely even defend this simply because it’s the Pentagon doing it and they were taught to worship the military regardless of the action committed.

We had better wake up.  Time is ticking.

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Black Lives Matter co-founder — a ‘trained Marxist’ who reportedly purchased four homes for $3.2M — says her money is for her ‘family members’

Amid scrutiny and controversy over the co-founder of Black Lives Matter reportedly having purchased four homes for $3.2 million — including a $1.4 million property in overwhelmingly white Topanga Canyon, California — “trained Marxist” Patrisse Khan-Cullors said in an interview that she’s investing her money in her “family members.”

What are the details?

Commentator and activist Marc Lamont Hill interviewed Khan-Cullors for “Black News Tonight” and asked about the problematic optics, specifically from the perspective of “the left.”

“If you are a trained Marxist, if we’re talking about a certain kind of radical politic, that extravagant homes of any sort, or multiple properties of any sort, is itself contradictory to the ideology that you hold,” Hill said. “And so it’s not about having money per se … or about property per se, but it’s about being a potential contradiction between your expressed politics and your lived practice.”

Khan-Cullors called such a critique “wanting” and asserted that “the way that I live my life is a direct support of black people, including my black family members, first and foremost.”

She added that many black people who can “invest” choose to do so with their families, “and that’s what I have chosen to do. I have a child, I have a brother that has severe mental illness that I take care of, I support my mother, and I support many other family members of mine. And so I see my money as not my own; I see it as my family’s money as well.”

Activist Patrisse Cullors Talks Criticisms Surrounding Black Lives Matter Network Foundation: Pt. 1

She also noted in the interview the homes she’s purchased are specifically for family members.

Khan-Cullors also dismissed accusations that she’s taken money from BLM for such purchases, and the BNC News video description indicated she said “her money comes from other various sources but believes that activists should get paid a living wage for their work.” Yet the Marxist also asserted that capitalism is harmful to the black community.

Black Lives Matter — which raked in more than $90 million in 2020 alone — has come to Khan-Cullors’ defense, saying earlier this week that recent criticism of her is a “right-wing offensive” that “continues a tradition of terror by white supremacists.” BLM added that she’s a “volunteer” and does not take a salary, having earned only $120,000 through her work there “for duties such as serving as spokesperson and engaging in political education work.”

How did folks react to the interview?

Some Twitter observers responding to the segment during which Khan-Cullors said her money is for her family members weren’t terribly sympathetic.

“I gotta hand it to Patrisse Cullors, ‘my aim is to help Black people, and I am Black, so I decided the person I’d focus on helping is myself’ is an impressive defense of being a Marxist while getting rich off of BLM,” Noam Blum of Tablet declared.

Others echoed the sentiment:

  • “It’s important to invest in the black community…buys house in majority white neighborhood, OK Patrisse,” one user quipped.
  • I have to admire the honesty at least,” one commenter noted. “I think it speaks to how much control this organization has over it’s pawns that they aren’t afraid in the slightest to say things like that.”
  • “Marxists are just temporary under the radar elitists,” another user said. “Seriously. They’re all obsessed with power because they resent not having it all. It’s really that simple.”
  • “The irony is that self-interest is exactly in-line with Marxist reality,” another commenter observed.

Anything else?

On the heels of the Khan-Cullors controversy, Hawk Newsome — leader of Black Lives Matter Greater New York City — said there should be an “independent investigation” into Black Lives Matter and its finances.

And conservative black journalist Jason Whitlock said he was suspended from Twitter after criticizing Khan-Cullors and her most recent real estate purchase.

“Black Lives Matter founder buys $1.4 million home in Topanga, which has a black population of 1.4 percent,” Whitlock tweeted last Friday. “She’s with her people!”

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House Ethics Committee launches investigation into Matt Gaetz as he hires legal team amid DOJ probe

The House Committee on Ethics announced Friday it has launched an investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) over claims stemming from the Department of Justice’s purported sexual misconduct probe of the lawmaker.

The same day, the office of the GOP firebrand confirmed that he has assembled a legal team to fight the “unfounded allegations” he is facing.

What are the details?

The Ethics Committee issued a statement saying, in part:

The Committee is aware of public allegations that Representative Matt Gaetz may have engaged in sexual misconduct and/or illicit drug use, shared inappropriate images or videos on the House floor, misused state identification records, converted campaign funds to person use, and/or accepted a bribe, improper gratuity, or impermissible gift, in violation of House Rules, laws, or other standards of conduct.

The statement added that “the Committee notes that the mere fact that it is investigating these allegations, and publicly disclosing its review, does not itself indicate that any violation has occurred, or reflect any judgment on behalf of the Committee.”

Gaetz has acknowledged that the DOJ is investigating him, but claims the probe was launched out of a criminal extortion plot led by a former DOJ official who sought $25 million from the congressman’s father.

The Florida Republican also wrote an op-ed earlier this week defending himself, saying that while he is “not a monk” he is “certainly not a criminal.” Gaetz did not mention the alleged extortion scheme in the piece.

After the DOJ probe made the news, further allegations against Gaetz surfaced, including a report from CNN claiming that he showed House colleagues nude photos and videos of females while bragging that he had slept with the women.

The New York Times also published a report claiming that the DOJ is focusing on Gaetz and indicted former Florida tax collector Joel Greenberg’s “involvement with multiple women who were recruited online for sex and received cash payments” from the men in exchange for drug-fueled hotel romps.

Greenberg, an ally of Gaetz’s, currently faces several felony charges including sex trafficking of a minor.

According to The Daily Beast, Venmo records show that Gaetz paid Greenberg a total of $900 one night in May of 2018, funds that were then passed along to three women — including an 18-year-old.

Gaetz has lost his legislative director and his communications director amid the scandal, but his office put out a statement Thursday from unnamed female aides in his office which read that “at no time has any one of us experienced or witnessed anything less than the utmost professionalism and respect,” adding that they “uniformly reject” the allegations against him “as false.”

The congressman’s office told Fox News on Friday that Gaetz had secured a legal team led by attorneys Marc Mukasey and Isabelle Kishner, who “will take the fight to those trying to smear his name with falsehoods.”

“Matt has always been a fighter,” the spokesperson told the outlet. “A fighter for his constituents, a fighter for the country, and a fighter for the Constitution. He’s going to fight back against the unfounded allegations against him.”

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That Baltimore HS where a student made it to senior year passing three classes with 0.13 GPA? The district has been investigating the school since 2019.

Readers of TheBlaze no doubt recall the story earlier this month about a Baltimore high school student who made it to his senior year passing only three courses with a 0.13 grade point average — and yet was ranked near the top half of his class at Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts.

Then he got sent back to the 9th grade — and more than that, his mother said she never knew.

Well, the plot has been thickening.

What now?

Turns out Baltimore City Schools launched an investigation into “irregularities” at Augusta Fells in the summer 2019 and placed the principal and assistant principal on administrative leave, WBFF-TV reported, citing a statement from the district.

But the station said the statement doesn’t say that the principal and assistant principal remained on the payroll, to the tune of $365,000 so far.

More from WBFF:

According to online records, former principal Tracy Hicks retired in January 2021. That’s 17 months after North Avenue launched the investigation into her school, which still is not complete. Based off her 2018 salary, in those 17 months, Hicks earned nearly $190,000. The assistant principal, Joy Kwesiga, still works for City Schools and is on administrative leave. Since the investigation began, she’s earned $175,000. Combined, taxpayers have paid about $365,000 to the administrators of Augusta Fells, as their school has been under investigation.

What did the school district have to say?

The station said Baltimore City Schools issued the following statement:

As part of City Schools’ proactive steps upon discovering the issues at Augusta Fells, the principal and one assistant principal were placed on administrative leave pending an investigation and a new principal was brought in. As required by both U.S. Constitutional Law and Maryland Law, when individuals are placed on administrative leave, they are still active employees who are entitled to their pay. This is a step that supports an employee’s due process. The former principal has since left the district and is no longer on payroll. The assistant principal remains on administrative leave pending the conclusion of the investigation and disciplinary process, which is expected to be concluded in the coming weeks.

WBFF’s Project Baltimore investigative unit said it attempted to contact former Principal Hicks through multiple emails and phone numbers but didn’t hear back. Same deal after it mailed her a letter. So a station reporter went to her last known address in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and knocked on the door — and no one answered, WBFF said.

A neighbor told the reporter Hicks moved but offered her cell phone number — and again, the station said it hadn’t heard back.

WBFF also said it didn’t heard back from assistant principal Kwesiga.

‘They do what they’re told to do’

Back in September 2019 after Hicks was placed on leave, Jimmy Gittings — president of the principals’ union — talked about Hicks, who was also a union officer, WBFF reported.

“Let me be very careful about this. That’s why our principals might be doing things that upper management, the public might question,” Gittings told the station at the time. “They have no other choice. Either they do what they’re told to do, and either be punished for it, or don’t do it and get punished.”

Gittings also told WBFF that principals are under pressure to improve school data, such as graduation rates and attendance, but aren’t always provided the resources to do it — so they have to find other ways.

“You will not get me to publicly or privately say that our principals are doing something that is not right, let’s put it that way. Our principals are doing everything possible to ensure that our students are receiving the best education possible. And if they go about it in their way to make sure that a student receives the best education possible, it shouldn’t be questioned,” he added to the station. “They should not be chastised or punished for it.”

Gittings declined to speak to WBFF this time around due to family issues, the station said.

(H/T: Hot Air)

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AstraZeneca Slides As Denmark Suspends Vaccinations On Blood-Clot Fears

This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge.

Europe’s much-criticized vaccination rollout has just hit another snag, as Danish health authorities are increasingly concerned about harmful side-effects believed to be associated with the AstraZeneca-Oxford jab, the cheap COVID remedy that was supposed to help Europe catch up with the US, UK, and Israel.

Danish authorities on Thursday temporarily suspended AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 shot following reports of cases of dangerous blood clots forming inside patients, including one such incident that took place in Denmark. Authorities didn’t specify exactly how many reports of blood clots there had been, but Reuters reports that Austria has also stopped using a batch of AstraZeneca shots while investigating a death attributed to coagulation disorders, along with an illness attributed to a pulmonary embolism, a condition where one or more of the lung’s arteries becomes blocked by a blood clot. Six other European countries have also reportedly halted the distribution of the COVID jab.

“Both we and the Danish Medicines Agency have to respond to reports of possible serious side-effects, both from Denmark and other European countries,” the director of the Danish Health Authority, Soren Brostrom, said in a statement.

The Danish Medicines Agency said the suspension would last for 14 days as authorities launch an investigation into the blood clots, with assistance from other EU member states.

They did not say how many reports of blood clots there had been, but Austria has stopped using a batch of AstraZeneca shots while investigating a death from coagulation disorders and an illness from a pulmonary embolism.

AstraZeneca claims its vaccine is subject to strict and rigorous quality controls and that there have been “no confirmed serious adverse events associated with the vaccine.” It said it was in contact with Austrian authorities and would fully support their investigation.

“Both we and the Danish Medicines Agency have to respond to reports of possible serious side-effects, both from Denmark and other European countries,” the director of the Danish Health Authority, Soren Brostrom, said. “It is important to emphasize that we have not opted out of using the AstraZeneca vaccine, but that we are putting it on hold.”

The European Medicines Agency said Wednesday there is no evidence linking AstraZeneca to the two cases of blood clots in Austria. The company said the number of (thromboembolic events” (blood clots forming) in people who have received the AstraZeneca vaccine is no higher than that seen in the general population, with 22 cases of such events being reported among the 3MM people who have received it as of March 9.

And at least one investor claimed Denmark’s suspension of AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine on blood clot concerns shows “the detection systems that look for potential safety issues are working,” and that most of these “safety events” would ultimately be linked to natural processes, not the jab.

“It’s good to see the safety signal detection systems working and it’s important that any safety signal is followed-up using the correct protocols,” Shore analyst Adam Barker told Bloomberg. Data from the vaccine’s phase three trials suggests that “you would expect that most safety signals won’t ultimately be linked to the vaccine,” he said.

However, “it’s hard to make judgments on the impact on shareholder value,” he added, given there are “a lot of moving parts.” But ultimately, a risk-reward trade-off with any therapy; “you can only confidently make judgments on that decision when all the data is finalized and clear”

Nevertheless, shares of AZ tumbled on Thursday on signs that the European vaccine rollout is facing fresh skepticism and obstacles. Shares were down more than 2% in London’s mid-morning trade.

Whether Austria and other EU states will follow suit remains to be seen, though at least one other national health authority is reportedly considering a halt: the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and the Medicines Agency are meeting to discuss Denmark’s decision to halt vaccinations using doses of the vaccine, according to reports from state broadcaster NRK.

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Retired Army general tapped by Nancy Pelosi to review Capitol siege flagged over attacks on Republicans

Retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré has been leading a review of security measures at the U.S. Capitol at the direction of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) following the Jan. 6 attack on the building by a mob of Trump supporters.

But recent inflammatory comments made by the 74-year-old retired Army general against Republicans are raising questions about whether he was the right pick for the job.

What are the details?

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson alerted his viewers Wednesday night to a tweet Honoré made on Jan. 11, days after the siege, when he said of Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), “This little peace of s**t with his @Yale law degree should be run out of DC and Disbarred ASAP,” tagging Hawley and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), whom he dubbed “aaa hats,” and adding, “these @Yale and @Harvard law grads is high order white privilege.”

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Hawley and Cruz led high-profile efforts on Jan. 6 to reject some Electoral College votes cast in favor of President Joe Biden, the same day Trump hosted a rally in Washington, D.C., in protest of the election results before the mob of activists stormed the Capitol.

Carlson also pointed out unfounded speculations Honoré made in the media in the days following the attack, such as his assumption that those in charge of security at the Capitol — including a high percentage of Capitol Police officers could have been “complicit” in the attack and whom he dubbed “Trumpers.”

You may view Carlson’s segment in its entirety below. His coverage of Honoré begins around the 16:30 mark:

Tucker Carlson Tonight 2/17/21 FULL | FOX BREAKING NEWS Feb 17 ,21

Anything else?

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) also slammed the Honoré appointment Wednesday night, tweeting, “General Honoré is an extreme partisan and should be the LAST person to head up an investigation of what happened at the Capitol on Jan 6th.”

Johnson pointed to a Fox News article from last July when Honoré told MSNBC that then-acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf needs “to be run out of Washington” due to what he called “bulls***” tactics used by federal agents to contain mobs in Portland, Oregon, amid unrest in the city.

Honoré also tried to get his Twitter followers to “stop buying” what he called the “s*** stocks” of companies that advertise with Sean Hannity, saying the Fox News host “speaks #Russian iNFO OPERATIONS TO SUCK UP TO #45.”

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VIDEO: Teacher tells black student the N-word only means ‘ignorant.’ Now teacher is under investigation.

A Florida high school teacher is under fire after he told a black student the N-word merely means “ignorant” and that slaves weren’t whipped,
WFLA-TV reported.

What are the details?

The incident at Island Coast High School in Cape Coral was recorded on video and went viral on TikTok, with more than 2 million views, the station said.

Three videos were recorded, the News-Press reported, adding that the teacher can be heard describing the class as an advanced placement course, which provides college-level work and an opportunity for students to earn college credit after completion. Based on what the student wrote in video descriptions, the class in question is AP Government, the News-Press said.

Because the clips are shot in selfie mode, only the black student in question can be seen, although other voices in the classroom are audible. WFLA reported that the student is known only as Hector.

In one video, another student mentions slaves being whipped — but the teacher chimes in, “They wouldn’t do that to the slaves.” With that, the black student in question jumps in: “How do you know that? Were you there?” He begins laughing and adds, “Like, how do you know?”

The teacher threatens to kick him out of class for laughing because the teacher wanted the class “to have an honest conversation about it. …That’s what I want. That’s what we’re here in AP for,” the News-Press said.

In a second video, the teacher asks, “If I call somebody the N-word, what am I calling them?”

After a student is heard replying “ignorant,” the teacher agrees, the paper said: “The N-word just means ignorant. It doesn’t have any other meaning in any other vocabulary other than ‘you are a stupid person; you are ignorant. You are not well read. You are not well educated.’ That’s what it means.”

The News-Press detailed what a third video shows:

The final video in the series, called “yes…theres (sic) more,” includes other students talking about the definition of hate speech with the teacher.

One student references how someone said women don’t belong in the workplace because they belong “in the household cooking and cleaning” and calls it hate speech because it “attacks women.”

“To you, that’s hate speech,” the teacher responds.

Another student says, “But that could be hate speech to a lot of other women because that would have offended me. That would have offended a lot of the other girls in the room.”

Then the student who is shown in the videos asks the teacher “to apply it to the N-word, too, because that might be hate speech to me but it won’t be hate speech to you…”

“That’s a good point,” the teacher says in the background before the video cuts off.

What happened next?

WFLA said the unnamed teacher is now off the job and under investigation. However, the News-Press said when a district spokesperson was asked if the teacher was removed from the classroom, the spokesperson replied that he wasn’t authorized to explain more.

Lee County school board member Gwynetta Gittens told the News-Press she doesn’t know the teacher or student or when the incident took place — but based on the videos she saw, the district “has a lot of work to do.”

“We are very short of teachers,” she told the papers. “I understand that, but we need to vet the few that we have to make sure that they’re doing what it is that needs to be done.”

Gittens, a former teacher, added to the News-Press that she’s concerned the teacher didn’t rely on facts: “I’m not there to teach you how I personally, Gwyn Gittens, feel and what I believe. I’m there to give you facts and teach you how to dissect and pick it apart and look at it and define it and use it going forward in your future to make our world better.”

She also told the paper that students may have left the classroom “more divided than [when] they came in, and that’s where we have to look at what is our responsibility as adults in this situation and what lesson has been left in these kids.”

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Nancy Pelosi announces plans for ‘independent 9/11-type commission’ to investigate Capitol siege

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced plans Monday to form an “independent 9/11-type commission” to investigate the circumstances surrounding the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol building, including the security breakdowns that led to the complex being overrun.

Meanwhile, House Republicans are asking Pelosi to answer questions about her own “responsibility for the security” of the U.S. Capitol.

What are the details?

In a letter to House Democrats, the speaker reminded her caucus that retired General Russel Honoré has worked at Pelosi’s direction over the past few weeks on “assessing our security needs by reviewing what happened on January 6 and how we must ensure that it does not happen again.”

The speaker wrote:

It is clear from his findings and from the impeachment trial that we must get to the truth of how this happened. To protect our security…our next step will be to establish an outside independent 9/11-type Commission to ‘investigate and report on the facts and causes relating to the January 6, 2021 domestic terrorist attack upon the United States Capitol Complex…and relating to the interference with the peaceful transfer of power, including facts and causes relating to the preparedness and response of the United States Capitol Police and other Federal, State, and local law enforcement in the National Capitol Region.”

Fox News reported that the same day as Pelosi’s announcement, the speaker received a letter from four Republican ranking members on House committees who are demanding answers from the speaker about her “responsibility for the security” of the Capitol on Jan. 6.

GOP Reps. Rodney Davis (Ill.), Jim Jordan (Ohio), James Comer (Ky.), and Devin Nunes (Calif.) wrote to Pelosi that “many important questions” regarding her role in security measures “remain unanswered” such as why then-Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund’s Jan. 4 request for National Guard assistance ahead of a planned Jan. 6 Trump rally was denied.

The outlet reported that “Pelosi’s office fired back at the Republicans on Monday, claiming the security of the Capitol and democracy are ‘not the priorities of these ranking members,’ while saying ‘the Committees of Jurisdiction were briefed in advance of January 6 about security preparedness.'”

Anything else?

Reuters noted:

More than 200 people have been charged with federal crimes in the bloody assault on Congress, which led to [former President Donald] Trump’s impeachment trial on a charge of inciting insurrection. Trump was acquitted on Saturday on a vote of 57-43, as seven Republican senators joined Democrats in favor of conviction, though short of the required majority.

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Army chaplain suggests transgender soldiers could be ‘mentally unfit.’ Now he’s under investigation because of the remarks.

An Army chaplain is under investigation after he reportedly said that transgender soldiers are “mentally unfit” and “unqualified to serve” in the U.S. military.

On Monday, President Joe Biden issued an executive order reversing former President Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the military.

What are the details?

According to a Friday report from the Daily Mail, Army chaplain Maj. Andrew Calvert is facing an investigation after he made the remarks on an article that appeared on his Facebook feed. He reportedly made the remarks the same day Biden overturned Trump’s previous ban.

“How is rejecting reality (biology) not evidence that a person is mentally unfit (ill), and thus making that person unqualified to serve?” he wrote, as reported by the Daily Mail. “There is little difference in this than over those who believe and argue for a ‘flat earth,’ despite the overwhelming evidence to the contrary. The motivation is different, but the argument is the same.”

The outlet reported that Calvert’s Facebook page has “now seemingly been disabled” and revealed that the Security Force Assistant Command says it has launched an investigation into Calvert’s remarks.

A portion of the statement on the investigation states, “Always remember to ‘Think, Type, Post’ when it comes to engaging in conversation on social media platforms. We are soldiers 24/7 and that means always treating people with dignity and respect. We are aware of the recent comments posted to the Army Times Facebook in regard to the ban being removed on transgender service members. This incident is under investigation.”

The statement continued, “The Security Force Assistant Command Enterprise fully supports the Commander in Chief, Secretary of Defense, and all DoD policies. The United States Army has a strict standard against any form of discrimination based on gender identity.”

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Gym holds maskless Christmas party in private home — and now city officials are investigating

Officials in Durham, North Carolina, are investigating after learning a fitness studio held a Christmas party in a private residence last weekend during which at least two dozen people gathered without masks, which violates state and local COVID-19 restrictions, WRAL-TV reported.

What are the details?

Triangle Krav Maga posted photos of the party on Facebook, the station said, adding that it featured movies, pizza, “quality booze,” a white elephant exchange and other games, and a sleepover for kids.

“Sure beats sitting at home in a mask, doesn’t it?” a Facebook post noted about the event, which WRAL said was deleted Tuesday morning after the station began asking questions about the party.

TKM owners Molotov Mitchell and his wife, Dr. Greer Gunther, didn’t return multiple requests for comment, the station reported.

But Mitchell posted the following on his Facebook page late Tuesday afternoon:

What did city officials have to say?

Durham officials are investigating the party after receiving at least two complaints about it, city spokeswoman Amy Blalock told the station, adding that the city attorney’s office was preparing a letter to send out Tuesday afternoon notifying Mitchell and Gunther of the complaints and reminding them of existing restrictions.

North Carolina currently limits indoor gatherings to 10 people in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, WRAL said, and people are required to wear masks whenever they’re with those not in their household.

More from the station:

Krav Maga, which means “contact combat” in Hebrew, is a self-defense and fighting system developed for the Israeli Defense Forces that emphasizes aggression and simultaneous defensive and offensive maneuvers.

The gym, at 4911 S. Alston Ave., also has kickboxing and firearms classes and provides stuntman training, according to its website.

Mitchell’s online bio states that he has taught hand-to-hand combat and weapons training. He also is a former columnist for the far-right news site WorldNetDaily, and he ran for state Senate in 2014 against Democrat Josh Stein, now North Carolina’s attorney general.

WRAL added that Gunther is in the second year of a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Duke University School of Medicine, and that Duke officials didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

But the News & Observer reported that some social media posts noted a Duke University psychiatrist at the party and encouraged people to contact the university — and with that Duke health officials issued the following statement Tuesday to the paper:

“At Duke Health, we are steadfast in our support of state public health mandates to fight COVID-19. We expect all of our health care providers to comply with these orders and to live our Duke values, specifically our commitment to caring for our patients and each other. While we do not comment on specific personnel matters, we take employee conduct very seriously and potential transgressions are managed according to our institutional policies and procedures.”

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Florida AG calls for criminal probes into Bloomberg-backed effort to pay felons’ fines so they can vote

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody (R) has called for state and federal law enforcement to investigate the legality of an effort backed by billionaire Democrat Michael Bloomberg that has raised millions to pay off the debts of felons in the state so that they can vote ahead of the November 3 election.

What are the details?

Bloomberg — who has pledged to spend $100 million to help Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden win the White House — announced Tuesday that he helped raise more than $16 million toward a fund launched by the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition that has thus far
paid off the court fines of over 31,000 former prisoners in order to restore the felons’ voting rights.

Following the news of Bloomberg’s initiative, Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (R) tweeted, ”
I just spoke to @AGAshleyMoody, she is all over the @MikeBloomberg-connected activities in Florida.”

“There may even be a criminal investigation already underway,” the congressman continued, adding, “Law enforcement all over the country should be looking for the cheating Democrats are going to try in this election.”

In a statement obtained by NBS News on Wednesday, Moody announced, “Today, I sent a letter to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation into potential violations of election laws, and I have instructed the Statewide Prosecutor to work with law enforcement and any Statewide Grand Jury that the Governor may call.”

Moody added that Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) had asked her to look into the “recent allegations” reported by The Washington Post regarding Bloomberg’s efforts in boosting the plan for restoring voting rights to felons.

WEAR-TV reported:

Moody’s letter references Florida’s statute against paying for votes, referencing a Florida Department of State finding that said “even an otherwise innocuous offering of an incentive simply to vote can run afoul” of state election law.

By offering to help pay felons’ fines to regain their right to vote, Moody claims Bloomberg could be guilty of violating a Florida Statute, which makes it illegal to “directly or indirectly give or promise anything of value to another in casting his or her vote.”

What’s the background?

In 2018, Florida voters passed a constitutional amendment allowing some felons the right to vote after their time had been served, but the state’s Republican-controlled legislature later passed a law requiring the former prisoners to pay all outstanding court fees prior to having their voting rights restored.

The issue has been batted around in the courts, but for now, the state law requiring that felons pay their fees stands leading Bloomberg and his allies to raise funds to pay off the fines in an effort to boost Democratic turnout.

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Massive bags of mail mysteriously dumped in Southern California — and one dump was caught on camera

An investigation was launched last week after massive bags of unopened United States Postal Service mail and packages were discovered at two separate locations in Southern California.

What happened?

In the first incident last Thursday morning, police received a phone call alerting them that “possible stolen mail or whatever was dumped in an alleyway,” Glendale Police Sgt. Christian Hauptmann told the Los Angeles Times. Several hours later, police received a second phone call about more dumped mail.

Fortunately, the second incident was captured on surveillance cameras.

The footage, shared with KTLA-TV, shows a rental truck backing into the parking lot of a medical salon. A man then exits the truck and tosses large bags of mail and packages from inside the truck onto the ground.

“It happened early in the morning, 5:40, and it was a Budget rental — big truck — that backed up to the parking lot. And they’re like, slowly, one by one, they’re dropping the packages,” Lilia Serobian, one of the medical salon’s owners, told KTLA.

She said the truck left a “huge pile” of mail and that the truck was not connected to the USPS.

According to the Times, the second mail drop happened less than one mile from the first.

What did the USPS say?

USPS spokesperson Evelina Ramirez told the Times:

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is the law enforcement, crime prevention and security arm of the Postal Service. In order to preserve the integrity of their investigations and to prevent fundamental unfairness to the subjects of those investigations, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service does not comment on any ongoing investigations.

What’s the background?

The mysterious mail drops come as the USPS has taken center stage in the national dialogue ahead of the November election.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Democrats have pushed for widespread mail-in voting. They have in turn made shoring up the security of the postal service a top priority, even going so far as to spread a conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump was actively dismantling the postal service to manipulate the election.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra actually joined a lawsuit last week to stop routine operational changes at the USPS, furthering the conspiracy.

“The U.S. Postal Service is an American institution. For many, it’s a lifeline — their Social Security or paychecks, their medicine, their connection to loved ones. And for a vast, growing number, it’s their franchise to democracy,” Becerra said in a statement. “President Trump’s sabotage of the USPS is un-American. It’s an attack on free and fair elections and our right to vote. No matter who you support, your right to vote is sacred.”

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Liberty University orders investigation ‘into all facets’ of operations during Falwell’s tenure as president

Liberty University announced Monday that it has hired a top firm to conduct a “forensic” investigation “into all facets” of its operations during the tenure of its former president, Jerry Falwell Jr., who agreed to step down last week amid a sex scandal involving his wife and former business partner.

What are the details?

Falwell resigned after Reuters published an interview with a former pool boy and business partner, Giancarlo Granda, came forward claiming he had an affair with Falwell’s wife, Becki, and that Falwell would watch the two have sex. Both Falwells acknowledged Becki’s relationship with Granda but denied Jerry had any involvement.

Falwell was already on leave from his leadership duties at the institution he had run for nearly 13 years following an uproar over a picture he posted to social media showing him with his arm around another woman while both their pants were undone.

In a statement posted to Liberty University’s website, the evangelical institution wrote of Falwell:

Some may say that all the signs were there for a long time before last week. It’s certainly fair to say that there were questionable comments made, worrying behavior, and inappropriate social media posts, but all the signs were not there until the start of last week. While we still didn’t know the full scope of the matter, we have learned enough about the past to know that we had no choice but to take the leadership of Liberty University in a new direction.

The school then announced:

We are also committed to learning the consequences that have flowed from a lack of spiritual stewardship by our former president. One of the leading forensic firms in the world has been retained by Liberty University’s Board of Trustees to conduct a thorough investigation into all facets of Liberty University operations during Jerry Falwell, Jr.’s tenure as President, including but not limited to financial, real estate, and legal matters.

Liberty’s statement did not mention Mrs. Falwell, who was also accused last week of performing a sex act on a former student in 2008 when she was an employee of the university.

The Associated Press noted that “A number of Falwell’s family members have worked for the school, including his son Trey Falwell, who on Monday was still listed on Liberty’s website as the vice president of university support services.”

In a statement on Sunday, the Falwells told the outlet they “welcome any inquiry as we have nothing to hide.”

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Videos show man in Colin Kaepernick jersey attacked by military working dogs in fundraiser demonstration — and the Navy is investigating

Naval Special Warfare Command is investigating a video showing a man dressed in a Colin Kaepernick jersey being attacked by military working dogs in a demonstration last year at the Navy SEAL Museum, according to
Task & Purpose, a military and veteran-focused outlet.

The Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida, is a nonprofit “dedicated solely to preserving the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs and their predecessors,” its website says, according to Task & Purpose, adding that the museum’s board of directors includes seven retired SEALs.

The museum is an independent operation, NPR reported.

What are the details?

The first of two videos show four dogs attacking the man with a red and white Kaepernick jersey in the style of the San Francisco 49ers as an audience watches and an MC narrates the action over a loudspeaker.

In the second video, the same man is lying on the ground while one dog attacks him and apparently “SEALs” dressed in fatigues and holding rifles command the man to “turn over on your belly.” The man replies, “Oh, man, I will stand,” and rolls over as the crowd laughs.

Navy Seals investigate video of ‘dog attack’ on man in Colin Kaepernick shirt

Kaepernick is a former 49ers quarterback who began kneeling during the national anthem during the 2016 season to protest racial inequality and police brutality; he hasn’t played since that season ended. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has apologized for not listening earlier to players’ concerns about social injustice, and he has encouraged teams to consider signing Kaepernick, ESPN said.

Kaepernick has stayed in the headlines, particularly now that taking a knee appears to be standard operating procedure for most professional athletes in the wake of George Floyd’s death in May and nationwide protests and rioting in support of Black Lives Matter that followed.

Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Filmmaker Billy Corben circulated the videos online Sunday noting that the 2019 event in question was a fundraiser. For the second video showing the man with the Kaepernick jersey lying the ground, Corben wrote, “Navy SEALs and Navy SEAL dogs take down Colin Kaepernick for not standing during National Anthem” as if that’s how the video was originally titled.

ESPN said the videos were posted on Instagram last year, but the Instagram links provided by Corben were inactive Monday afternoon.

What did the Navy and the museum have to say?

Naval Special Warfare Command said in a statement Sunday afternoon that officials learned of the videos Sunday.

“The inherent message of this video is completely inconsistent with the values and ethos of Naval Special Warfare and the U.S. Navy,” the statement said. “We are investigating the matter fully, and initial indications are that there were no active duty Navy personnel or equipment involved with this independent organization’s event.”

The museum did not immediately respond to questions about the event, NPR reported.

Anything else?

NPR said the museum — which is on
former naval training grounds — has a history of dramatic demonstrations involving dogs, weapons, and helicopters. The outlet said during a 2019 fundraiser a crowd watched as women were taken hostage by three men wearing black-and-white checkered scarves.

NPR, citing ABC News, said video from a 2018 event shows people in military gear in a standoff with a vehicle that says “Take a Knee.”

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After calling tire mark on rainbow pride crosswalk a ‘gesture of hate,’ cops change tune after interviewing driver

Police in West Vancouver, British Columbia, last week called a tire mark found on a rainbow pride crosswalk a ”
gesture of hate” — but after interviewing the driver who left the mark and reviewing evidence, police are changing their tune.

“It does not appear that this incident was motivated by hate,” Const. Kevin Goodmurphy said in an emailed statement, CTV News reported Monday.

While two charges were laid under the Motor Vehicle Act, the network said police aren’t considering criminal charges.

What’s the background?

The rainbow pride crosswalk at the intersection of 16th Street and Esquimalt Avenue was unveiled June 30:

But a week later — around 4 p.m. last Tuesday — staff inside the West Vancouver Police station heard a loud, sustained squealing sound, City News said.

A tire mark was found on the crosswalk — and police had a theory as to who was responsible for leaving it:

Surveillance video shows the same car from the latter tweet at the intersection and taking a right turn:

Two people appeared to be in the vehicle, the outlet reported.

“This is very upsetting,” Goodmurphy said in a release, according to City News. “For whatever reason, this person has chosen to leave a gesture of hate on a crosswalk that stands for the exact opposite.”

Police tweeted Thursday that they identified the driver they believe is responsible for leaving the tire mark and included a thank you to “those who have come forward with information.”

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City officials apologize for traffic message that read, ‘The Safety of All Lives Matter’

The mayor and police chief of a Massachusetts city are apologizing to residents for a phrase seen on an electronic traffic sign.

What was on it, you ask? Profanity? Sexual innuendo? Anti-Semitism?

Nope. The offending message read, “The Safety of All Lives Matter,” WCVB-TV reported.

What are the details?

Melrose Police Chief Michael Lyle told the station a traffic officer was ordered to change the sign’s wording from a reminder that fireworks are illegal to a more general traffic safety message.

A Melrose resident parked near the sign told a WCVB photographer that the new message read, “The speed limit is 25 mph. Please drive safely. The safety of all lives matter.”

Lyle said Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur told him about the “unfortunate and improper wording” on the traffic sign, the station said.

“I am aware that the phrase ‘all lives matter’ is commonly used as a misguided counter to the Black Lives Matter movement,” Lyle told the station. “The sign was immediately changed and, at the request of the mayor, I launched an investigation, which is ongoing.”

The chief added to WCVB that the traffic officer who posted the message said he didn’t do so with “malicious or political intent” and didn’t realize the totality or impact of what he wrote. Lyle added to the station that the findings of the investigation will be made public.

Lyle also told WCVB he’ll address the matter with all of his officers and, effective immediately, will require all messages on roadways and electronic signs to be approved by his office before going live.

“On behalf of the Melrose Police Department, I sincerely apologize to our residents and anyone who drove past the sign today,” the chief noted to the station in a statement.

‘A trigger’

Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur shared a photo of the traffic sign on his Facebook page Wednesday, WCVB said, adding that Brodeur wrote in his post: “I have ordered that it be taken down immediately and am taking steps to find out how this happened. I apologize to the residents of Melrose.”

Image source: WCVB-TV video screenshot

The traffic sign is still up in the area of 236 Main St. but no longer displays the message, the station said.

“The phrase ‘All Lives Matter’ is a trigger,” Brodeur told WCVB. “It does not lead to an atmosphere where we can make progress, [where] we can have uncomfortable conversations and try to move it forward.”

The resident who disclosed the full wording of the sign said the “all lives matter” wording had been up for a couple of days, the station reported.

“I would prefer that it said anything else but ‘All Lives Matter’ for right now with everything that’s going on,” the resident added to WCVB. “I don’t think that it was, probably, appropriate to have in our city.”

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Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Madame’ Has Been Arrested: Will She Face A Similar Fate?

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We all know Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy high-profile pedophile that flew politicians and celebrities to his disturbing island on the Lolita Express, didn’t kill himself.  Now that his madame has been arrested, perhaps she will not kill herself too while in custody.

Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested Thursday morning in Bradford New Hampshire where she has been staying in a million-dollar estate. Considering how long she has been on the run, her arrest timing is already suspicious. Washington Free Beacon senior investigative reporter Alana Goodman told “Tucker Carlson Tonight Thursday that the circumstances of the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend, and alleged madam, were “very bizarre.”

“There were rumors of all different places that she was supposedly at,” said Goodman, co-author of A Convenient Death: The Mysterious Demise of Jeffrey Epstein. “I mean, some people claimed maybe [Maxwell was in] Paris. I mean, people had spotted her in Paris. There were claims about London. There were claims about, like, the Israeli embassy and things like that,” Goodman added. “There’s been some pretty wild speculation, but I think generally the idea was people assumed she was out of the country.”

What’s strange is that because Maxwell holds citizenship in France, the country of her birth, she likely would not have been extradited from the European nation had she gone there.  It begs the question, why was she just waiting in the U.S. to be arrested? “So it was very surprising that she is hiding out, really under everyone’s noses in the United States, within driving distance of the U.S. attorney’s office that is prosecuting her right now,” Goodman said.

“I think that a lot of the friends of Jeffrey Epstein who were very relieved after he died are probably pretty terrified at this moment,” Goodman told Carlson, “because I think that Ghislaine Maxwell has every incentive to talk in this situation. And if she even pretends that she might open up, she will likely face the same fate as Epstein.

“Epstein is dead … she doesn’t really have to worry about protecting him or anything else at this point. And I think that [the Department of Justice] also has more leeway to potentially kind of deal with her than it did with Epstein because … he was accused of being the kingpin in this situation.”

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Al Sharpton: Did ‘someone know’ about ‘noose’ when Bubba Wallace was ‘belatedly’ assigned to stall?

Al Sharpton wondered Wednesday if there’s more left to uncover after the FBI concluded that the “noose” found on Sunday in the stall of black NASCAR racer Bubba Wallace at Talladega Superspeedway had been there since last October at least and that “no federal crime had been committed.”

“Nobody could have known Mr. Wallace would be assigned to garage number 4 last week,” the FBI added. NASCAR characterized it as a “garage door pull rope.”

But Sharpton isn’t convinced it was all just a big misunderstanding.

What are the details?

“The FBI identified it as a noose, and NASCAR said it was a noose or went along with the FBI’s characterization,” he said on MSNBC. “It was a noose. So the question is, even if they did not know that Bubba Wallace was going to use that stall, why was a noose in the stall? It’s clear what a noose represents … did someone know that it was in the stall when they did belatedly assign Bubba there? So, I don’t think this answers a lot of questions, and … I do not think that we’ve seen closure in this particular inquiry.”

What else?

Wallace was angry during his interview with CNN’s Don Lemon on Tuesday after some condemned Wallace’s initial words in the face of the FBI’s conclusions.

“I’m pissed!” he told Lemon. “I’m mad because people are trying to test my character and the person that I am and my integrity.”

Wallace added that he’s “been racing all of my life, we’ve raced out of hundreds of garages that never had garage pulls like that, so people that wanna call it a garage pull and put out old videos and photos of knots, being in, as their evidence, go ahead! But from the evidence that … I have, it’s a straight-up noose.”

“I can confirm that I actually got evidence of what was hanging in my garage over my car around my picker, guys, to confirm that it was a noose, and never seen anything like it,” he added.

Bubba Wallace responds after FBI hate crime investigation

Many NASCAR drivers and employees joined in show of solidarity with Wallace before Monday’s race after it was reported that someone had left a noose as a racial threat against him.

Wallace had previously demanded that NASCAR ban the Confederate flag from its events in order to make them more comfortable for attendees who don’t view the flag positively. Soon after NASCAR banned the flag.

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Principal accused of posting image calling Black Lives Matter a ‘leftist lie’ — and district opens probe

A Pennsylvania public school district has opened a probe after a principal was accused of posting an image calling Black Lives Matter a “leftist lie,” the York Dispatch reported.

Twitter account We See What You’re Doing claimed that Scott D’Orazio — principal of Shallow Brook Intermediate School in Manchester — shared the image on his personal Facebook page. We See What You’re Doing also asked D’Orazio, “Why not here? Why not tweet it from your school? Do Black Lives Matter in your school?”

D’Orazio’s Facebook page is private and cannot be viewed by those not on his friends list, the Dispatch reported.

What did the school district have to say?

William J. Zee, solicitor of Northeastern School District, told the paper he’s opened a probe and is “looking into” the allegation and declined further comment.

Margie Walker, president of Northeastern’s school board, declined comment and said the matter has been turned over to “legal counsel,” the Dispatch reported.

Other district board members did not respond or denied requests for comment, the paper said, adding that Superintendent Stacey Sidle did not return calls.

Repeated attempts to reach D’Orazio seeking comment have been unsuccessful, the Dispatch said.

What is the origin of the image?

The image allegedly posted by D’Orazio appears to be from a video titled “Black Lives Matter Is a Leftist Lie” from conservative comedians the Hodgetwins.

Content warning: Profanity:

In the video, the Hodgetwins traded commentary against Black Lives Matter amid frequent laughter.

“All lives matter,” one of them said, before the other noted that they are “black men, black Americans. I’m not African-American, I’m a black American. I was never born in Africa.”

One of the twins said the reason he can’t support Black Lives Matter is because the organization’s “whole narrative that police officers are hunting down black men on the daily … was built on a lie.”

The Hodgetwins also referred to the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” mantra stemming from the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri — which a black opinion writer from the Washington Post later conceded was “built on a lie.”

“You got to realize what the media’s doing to you,” one said. “That Black Lives Matter organization is just to keep black folks upset because the Democrats want you to vote for the Democrats.”

“Yeah, that’s the whole point of this organization is to keep black people pissed off so they can keep you enslaved mentally like you need them because they’re supposed to be y’all’s saviors,” the other added.

“They’re gonna give you reparations, they’re gonna make your life better,” the first said mockingly. “Ain’t nobody gonna make your life better except you.”

Anything else?

Principal D’Orazio — hired by the district in 2017 — came under fire in 2019 when a member of the school’s nursing staff filed a complaint against him in U.S. District Court accusing him of verbal harassment and a hostile work environment that made her feel anxious and unsafe, the Dispatch reported.

The allegations were not related to race, the paper said, adding that district officials denied several of the claims, including one that they never investigated the issues. The case was settled out of court, the Dispatch said.

(H/T: EAG News)

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Sen. Marco Rubio tapped to head intel committee amid FBI investigation of former chair

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has been named Acting Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, after former head Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) stepped aside pending an FBI investigation into questionable stock trades he made ahead of the coronavirus market plunge.

What are the details?

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced Monday that Rubio had accepted the appointment as intel chairman on an interim basis, saying the senior senator from Florida “was the natural choice for this temporary assignment on the basis of accumulated committee service.”

Rubio responded with a brief statement of his own, saying, “I am grateful to Leader McConnell for his confidence in me to lead the Senate Intelligence Committee during Senator Burr’s absence from the Chairmanship.”

Burr remains a senator, but surrendered his chairmanship of the intel committee last week after the FBI served him a warrant amid an ongoing insider trading investigation regarding his actions following briefings on COVID-19 and ahead of a significant hit to the stock market in the early days of the outbreak.

Burr denies any wrongdoing, and plans to return as chairman once the investigation is concluded despite calls for his resignation from both sides of the political aisle. Prior to the investigation, he had already announced he would not seek reelection.

The Washington Post noted that Rubio had already been expected to head the committee upon Burr’s retirement, but his earlier-than-expected appointment presents a unique situation during the coronavirus crisis.

The paper reported:

Under normal circumstances, Rubio would have to give up his gavel at the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee, usually a sleepy panel with little profile that has been transformed into the leading overseer of the $650 billion Paycheck Protection Program created in the wake of the pandemic.

Because of his appointment to run the Intelligence Committee is technically only temporary, Rubio may seek a waiver from GOP rules and ask to retain his chairmanship of the Small Business Committee. Normally, the odds of such a waiver would be very slim, but the seniority ladder would put Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), a libertarian, in line to replace Rubio at a critical point in the committee’s history. Some Republicans may be reluctant to put Paul in that position.

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DC police: Sexual assault investigation into Biden now ‘an inactive case’

The Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department’s investigation into a sexual assault allegation against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is “now an inactive case,’ a department spokesperson told Fox News on Wednesday.

The MPD provided no explanation for the change in status of the criminal complaint filed by accuser Tara Reade, which the department described as “an active, ongoing investigation” as of one week ago.

What are the details?

Reade claims Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993 when she was an aide in his Senate office. She says that she filed an internal personnel complaint against Biden during the time she worked for him, and that her initial complaint was ignored.

Reade’s sexual assault complaint was reported in late March when she came forward to two separate left-leaning outlets, saying that Biden put his hands under her clothes and digitally penetrated her without her consent. As her story began to gain steam, she filed the criminal complaint with the D.C. police on April 9, knowing, she said, that the statute of limitations had run.

On April 22, MPD public affairs officer Kristen Metzger told Fox News of Reade’s complaint against Biden, “This is an active, ongoing investigation that is part of our regular review process.”

But on Wednesday, MPD spokeswoman Brianna Jordon told the outlet, “This is an inactive case and there are no additional details to provide.”

In reaction to the news that the status of the investigation had changed, Reade told Fox News, “I’ve made a police report for safety reasons only. I am outside the criminal statue of limitation. However, by making that police report, it allows a mechanism for me to safety plan and work with a victim advocate. I am willing to cooperate with any law enforcement if there is any inquiry or investigation in the future.”

Biden’s campaign has adamantly denied the allegations against the candidate, but Biden has yet to respond personally to the accusations from Reade at all. Despite numerous televised interviews since Reade came forward, not one reporter has asked Biden about Reade’s claims.

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Tables turn on the Soros-backed Democratic prosecutor who forced Missouri’s GOP governor to resign

St. Louis circuit attorney Kimberly Gardner is facing heat following a seven-count felony indictment against her chief investigator for his actions in a failed prosecution against former Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens.

Gardner, who was funded heavily by liberal megadonor George Soros during her election, made waves in 2018 when her office led the arrest of then-Gov. Greitens on felony invasion of privacy charges.

Greitens was accused of tying up his mistress, blindfolding her, taking a picture without her permission, and then threatening to release the picture if she ever went public about the affair. Later in the investigation, Gardner’s office charged Greitens with computer tampering as it related to his campaign’s alleged procurement of donor lists.

The governor later resigned after mounting pressure from his colleagues.

But now, many months later, the picture has never been found and both sets of charges have been dropped — and the investigation is coming back on Gardner.

According to a Just the News report, investigators now allege that the Greitens prosecution, which led to the governor’s resignation, was built on false testimony and evidence tampering.

Most significantly, testimony transcripts and court records obtained by Just the News show the woman Gardner built her case around, beautician Katrina Sneed, testified she was asked unsolicited by Gardner’s office to come forward as a witness and that she was actually reluctant to accuse Greitens because the entire story of a photo on his mobile phone may have been a dream.

“And at any point where you were in the basement with E.G. (Eric Greitens) at his home, did you see what you believed to be a phone?” Sneed was asked during an April 6, 2018 pretrial deposition with defense lawyers.

Sneed answered: “So not that’s like a very vivid memory which is the reason why I haven’t talked about it because I don’t know if it’s because I’m remembering it through a dream or I — I’m not sure, but yes, I feel like I saw it after that happened, but I haven’t spoken about it because of that.”

Ahead of the 2018 prosecution, Gardner had hired an out-of-state investigator, William Tisaby, to build the case against Greitens. Tisaby reportedly met with Gardner in early January to gather gather background material ahead of a meeting with the governor’s paramour, Katrina Sneed. Sneed had not contacted authorities with a complaint prior to the meeting.

Gardner would eventually make the allegation that Greitens took a compromising picture of Sneed to use as blackmail, but no photo was ever found.

Last summer, Tisaby was indicted for six counts of felony perjury and one count of evidence tampering stemming from the Greitens prosecution. According to Just the News, Gardner has been ordered to appear before the grand jury in Tisaby’s criminal trial. She can be seen listed as a key witness for the upcoming trial in a copy of the indictment obtained by the news outlet.

The report goes on to indicate that the indictment against Tisaby may implicate his former boss, as well.

Facts disclosed in the Tisaby indictment suggest Gardner herself was complicit in his wrongdoing by staying silent while Tisaby allegedly lied. For instance, the special prosecutors alleged that when Tisaby falsely denied during a March 2018 pretrial deposition in the Greitens case that there was a functioning videotape of the Sneed interview, Gardner did not correct him even as she questioned him.

“There is no recording of this interview?,” Tisaby was asked by Gardner. “None whatsoever,” he answered.

Tisaby’s indictment declared that Gardner’s office had videotaped the sessions and she “failed to disclose the fact for several months.”

Prosecutors say a functioning videotape was found in Gardner’s office, and the camera had not malfunctioned as had been claimed, according to the Tisaby indictment.

Tisaby’s criminal trial is set to begin later this month.

In advance of the trial, for which she is set to appear, Gardner sued the city of St. Louis under a law passed in the 1800s to help fight the Ku Klux Klan, arguing there are “white supremacists” in the police force.

In the lawsuit, she accused city officials, police, and a special prosecutor of a “racially motivated conspiracy to deny the civil rights of racial minorities” interfering with her efforts to crack down on corruption within law enforcement.

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GOP Senate chairman readies first congressional subpoena for Biden-Burisma probe

Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is gearing up to issue the panel’s first subpoena in its efforts to investigate corruption questions surrounding Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company that formerly employed Hunter Biden as a board member.

In a letter to his colleagues Sunday, Johnson said he planned to hold a committee meeting to issue a subpoena to Andrii Telizhenko, a former Ukrainian diplomat who also used to work for the public firm, Blue Star Strategies, as a consultant. Johnson noted that committee ranking member Gary Peters (D-Mich.) disapproved of issuing the subpoena.

“Blue Star, a U.S.-based government and public affairs firm founded by Karen Tramontano (former deputy chief of staff to President Clinton) and Sally Painter (a former senior adviser for the Clinton administration), was a U.S. representative for a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma Holdings,” the letter explained. “As part of the Committee’s ongoing investigation, it has received U.S. government records indicating that Blue Star sought to leverage Hunter Biden’s role as a board member of Burisma to gain access to, and potentially influence matters at, the State Department.”

Blaze Media obtained a copy of the letter, which was first reported by CBS on Monday.

In November, Johnson — along with GOP Senate Finance Chairman Chuck Grassley (Iowa) — sent a letter to the State Department requesting records in an effort to “better understand what actions, if any, the Obama administration took to ensure that policy decisions relating to Ukraine and Burisma were not improperly influenced by the employment and financial interests of family members.” That letter pointed to a news report that Tramontano tried to set up a meeting with an Obama State Department official in March 2016.

While the joint November letter says it was “unclear” if the 2016 meeting ever happened, the senators added that “later that month Tramontano and other members of Burisma’s legal team reportedly met with Ukrainian prosecutors.”

In his Sunday letter, Johnson said that the committee has received some records from Blue Star and from Telizhenko, but that the supplied information is not enough.

“Although Mr. Telizhenko expressed his willingness to ‘cooperate fully’ with our investigation, he identified a limited subset of relevant records from his work with Blue Star that are responsive, but subject to a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) in his employment contract,” Johnson’s letter said. “In other words, he cannot provide this responsive information unless he is compelled to do so by subpoena.”

Johnson also told his colleagues that Blue Star has not provided the relevant information and has told the committee “that they will not be producing any more documents,” despite being informed that the committee considers their response incomplete.

“In fact, although the Committee asked Blue Star twice to identify its employees and contractors who worked on the Burisma matter, it never identified Mr. Telizhenko,” the letter continued. “Because Mr. Telizhenko’s records and information would be responsive to the Committee’s requests, and Blue Star has refused to produce them, a subpoena to Mr. Telizhenko for these records is appropriate at this time.”

It isn’t clear precisely what kind of work Telizhenko did for Blue Star or what he would have known about the company’s efforts on behalf of Burisma. However, his name has also come up in other Ukraine-related stories. He helped President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani with efforts to look into the Bidens and Burisma; he also told Politico in 2017 that — while working at the Ukrianian Embassy during the 2016 campaign — he was instructed to assist then-DNC contractor Alexandra Chalupa with efforts to dig up dirt on the Trump campaign.

In order to issue the subpoena, Johnson would need the support of a simple majority from the Republican-controlled committee. He is one of a trio of Senate committee chairman who have been looking into questions surrounding Hunter Biden’s Ukrainian Business dealings since last year. The other two include Grassley and Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).