Georgia state trooper tells protesters in viral video: ‘I only kneel for … God’

A law enforcement officer in Georgia is going viral after he said he “has much respect” for Black Lives Matter protesters after the death of George Floyd — but he only kneels “for one person.” Georgia State Trooper O’Neal Saddler was allegedly asked to kneel during a demonstration in Hartwell while a bystander was recording. “If I didn’t have any respect, I wouldn’t [be…

What Minneapolis City Council President Wants to Do With Police Shocks Even CNN Anchor

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota gave Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender a chance to clarify her stance on the police, after the council signaled their intentions to abolish their police force. She wasn’t really saying that she wanted to “dismantle” the police was she? That she foresaw a “police-free future?” Oh yes, she was. “Yeah, and…

Did Rod Rosenstein Just Commit Perjury Today? Going by How the DOJ Treated Michael Flynn–Yes.

Well, it’s former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s day to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the Russian collusion fiasco. And it’s not going very well. Well, for starters, Rosenstein doesn’t feel that disgraced ex-Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe lied to him. McCabe was fired because he lied. He, like Robert Mueller, also appeared…

Drew Brees finds support amid backlash over stance on kneeling during national anthem

Drew Brees created an uproar Wednesday when he defended his stance against players kneeling during the national anthem, but found at least two people with New Orleans Saints tied in his corner. While Brees was getting hammered from the likes of LeBron James, Aaron Rodgers, former wide receiver Joe Horn told The Athletic that people like the Los Angeles Lakers superstar should get…

Four Cops Were Shot During a George Floyd Protest in St. Louis, But They’re Not The Only Victims

Look, if it weren’t for the rioting, I would be forcefully supporting the peaceful and nonviolent protests calling for justice after the horrific death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police. Floyd was unarmed. He allegedly committed a nonviolent crime by using a fake $20 at an establishment. When police found him, they…

Hope: Top Italian Doctors Say COVID-19 is Losing Viral Potency, Becoming Less Deadly

We’re in serious need of some positive news, and it looks like it may be arriving in the somewhat unlikely form of an update on the global coronavirus pandemic. As infection rates and hospitalizations fall across the United States, including in states that began reopening approximately a month ago, new findings from hard-hit Italy suggest that the…

What’s Being Left in Protest Cities That Has Many Wondering Who’s Organizing Riots

In cities across the U.S. where demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in police custody are taking place, mysterious pallets of bricks are reportedly showing up in parking lots and on street corners, even in areas where there is no constructions take place. Social media users are asking where they came from and who…

Why Twitter Censored President Trump’s Tweet About The Minneapolis Riots

As we all were last night, President Trump was watching Minneapolis descend into total anarchy. Our own Julio Rosas is there documenting the insanity. The looting has not subsided. The violence intensified. And it culminated in the police headquarters in the city’s third precinct being evacuated, overrun by rioters, and then set ablaze. Police and firefighters were reportedly…

Yes, a White House Reporter Really Asked McEnany How Many Deaths Voters Should ‘Tolerate’

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany is fairly new to her role, but she’s already used to fielding nonsense questions from the press. The dumb questions kept rolling on Tuesday. McEnany called on a reporter in the back (although his face was covered by a mask, social media correctly identified him as CNN political analyst…

Cuomo granted immunity to nursing home executives, after big-money campaign donation: report

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who signed legislation granting hospital and nursing home executives immunity from lawsuits related to the novel coronavirus last month, previously received a big-money boost from a powerful health care industry group, according to a new report. The Guardian reports that the New York State Democratic Committee, then backing Cuomo’s primary run…

Kayleigh McEnany Gives Reporters a List of Questions They Should Be Asking About Obamagate

During the White House press briefing Friday afternoon, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany ripped reporters for a lack of “journalistic curiosity” and failing to ask Obama administration officials about the unmasking of General Michael Flynn. “Number one. Why did the Obama administration use opposition research funded by a political organization and filled with foreign dirt to…

Trump blasts Michigan AG for ‘viciously threatening’ Ford for letting him tour plant without mask

President Trump blasted the attorney general of Michigan late Thursday after she said she was going to have a “very serious conversation” with Ford Motor Co. for allowing the president to go without a mask during part of a tour of the company’s Rawsonville Components Plant in Ypsilanti. “The Wacky Do Nothing Attorney General of Michigan, Dana Nessel, is viciously threatening Ford Motor…

WSJ Editorial Board: ‘Team Obama Spied on Trump Officials and Tried to Conceal It’

The Wall Street Journal editorial board didn’t mince words in its takeaway on Obamagate, writing Thursday that if President Trump’s team had done anything similar, “folks would be calling to bring back the guillotine.” “The larger truth here is now undeniable: The Obama Administration spied on the political competition, it continued that spying even after…

Declassified Susan Rice email shows Comey suggested ‘sensitive’ info on Russia not be shared with Flynn

Former FBI Director James Comey suggested to then-President Barack Obama in a January 2017 meeting that the National Security Council [NSC] might not want to pass “sensitive information related to Russia” to then-incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, according to a newly declassified email that Flynn’s predecessor sent herself on Inauguration Day. The note from Susan Rice was declassified by Acting…

Trump Shuts Down Coronavirus Press Conference After Reporters Start Asking ‘Nasty’ Questions

President Trump was in no mood for gotcha questions during Monday’s press conference in the Rose Garden. Trump was first asked by CBS White House correspondent Weijia Jiang why he views the ability to test people for the Wuhan coronavirus as a “global competition” as people in America are “still losing their lives” every day.…

Grenell declassifies names of Obama officials who ‘unmasked’ Flynn

Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has decided to declassify information about Obama administration officials who were behind the “unmasking” of Michael Flynn — whose calls with the former Russian ambassador during the presidential transition were picked up in surveillance and later leaked — and their names could soon be made public, a source confirmed.…

Trump increases attack against Obama with ‘Obamagate’ tweet

President Trump on Sunday intensified his criticism of former President Obama by tying him to the Michael Flynn investigation and blasting his predecessor’s recent criticism aimed at his administration’s coronavirus response. Last week, Attorney General William Barr’s Justice Department dismissed the case against Flynn, Trump’s first national  security adviser, who was seen as the key prosecution witness from Robert Mueller’s investigation into…

Alleged Ballot Harvesting in Harris County Prompts Investigation Request by Secretary of State

The Texas Secretary of State has referred an official complaint alleging ballot harvesting in Harris County to the state’s Office of the Attorney General for investigation. In referring the complaint to the OAG, Texas Director of Elections Keith Ingram notes allegations that “people with prior forgery convictions picked up large batches of ballot by mail…

Texas Supreme Court orders Dallas salon owner released as Abbott bans jailing citizens for lockdown violations

The Texas Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the release of salon owner Shelley Luther, who was jailed for opening in violation of the state’s rules, as Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order retroactively eliminating jail time as a consequence for violating the state’s coronavirus restrictions. Shortly after Abbott’s announcement, the Supreme Court of Texas ordered Luther’s release. An attorney for Luther,…