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    BRIAN Landrie's parents have been slammed for immediately calling 911 on Dog the Bounty Hunter after he knocked on their door - but waiting days to report their wanted son missing to the FBI. Chris and Roberta Laundrie, of North Point, Florida, have been dubbed the "the most hated parents in America" on social media as their son Brian, 23, remains missing. 5Brian's parents have been dubbed 'the most hated parents in America' 5They called the police on Dog the Bounty Hunter the other day after he knocked on their doorCredit: Splash Brian Laundrie was the fiance of 22-year-old vlogger Gabby Petito, whose remains were found by investigators at a Wyoming campsite on September 19. He is not currently considered a suspect in her murder but has been cited as a person of interest. He is also wanted on a warrant for alleged bank fraud after running up $1,000 in charges on a debit card that's believed to have belonged to Gabby. The couple was around two months into their planned four-month cross-country road trip touring the US' national...
    Donald Trump continued escalating his criticism of 'weak' Bill Barr on Tuesday, claiming he 'lost confidence' in his attorney general even before he shed doubt on his voter fraud claims following the 2020 election. 'Jonathan Karl's story on Slow Moving Bill Barr is made-up beyond any level imaginable,' Trump wrote in a statement sent out Monday. 'It is, in other words, Fake News!' 'I lost confidence in Bill Barr long before the 2020 Presidential Election Scam,' he continued from his Save America political action committee email. 'He, and other RINOs (you see it all the time!), always fold,' Trump wrote. 'If he becomes 'less' for President Trump, maybe they will leave him alone. It takes a very strong and special person to go against the 'mob'. Bill Barr was not that person.' The term 'RINO', or Republican in name only, has been dubbed an insult to those on the right who identify as Republicans but pro-Trumpers feel are not Republican enough. This is the third day in a row that Trump released a statement railing against Barr. The comments following...
    Washington Post has promoted Karen Attiah to write a regular column, a year after she stirred controversy by saying white women were 'lucky' that black people are 'just calling them Karens and not calling for revenge'. Attiah, 35, will be writing on 'race, international affairs, culture, and human rights' for the Post's new Voices Across America initiative, the newspaper said in a statement on Thursday. The journalist, who had been the Post’s founding Global Opinions editor, tweeted that the regular columnist job was 'a dream I have had for a long time.' It comes nearly a year after Attiah drew backlash over her fiery tweet last June 28, saying: 'White women are lucky that we are just calling them Karens. And not calling for revenge.'   It has since been deleted.   Later, in her comments section, she doubled down on the remark, saying: 'I'm just saying. Be happy we are calling for equality. And not actual revenge.'  Karen Attiah, 35, will be writing on 'race, international affairs, culture, and human rights' for the Post's new Voices Across America initiative Washington Post opinions...
    Prince Harry 'addressed Prince Charles directly' and showed gestures of 'mimed aggression' when discussing how 'history was repeating itself' with his wife Meghan Markle during his new docuseries, a body language expert has claimed.  During The Me You Can't See, the Apple TV+ show he co-produced with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex, 36, claimed Prince Charles made him 'suffer' as a child - something royal commentators have claimed will 'hurt' the Prince of Wales deeply. He also accused the Royal Family of 'total silence' and 'total neglect' when Meghan was suicidal, adding: 'Before the Oprah interview had aired, because of their headlines and that combined effort of The Firm and the media to smear her, I was woken up in the middle of the night to her [Meghan] crying in her pillow - because she doesn't want to wake me up because I'm already carrying too much.'  Harry admitted he wished he had 'called out the racism' when he first started dating Meghan, but said he would no longer accept it after fearing 'losing another woman' in his life....
    The student who was caught up in a heated exchange with his college professor over his support for the police has called for Americans to 'fight back against liberal ideology'. Braden Ellis, 19, got into the heated exchange with his communications professor at Cypress College after he gave a Zoom presentation about 'cancel culture' in the United States. Ellis said police should be viewed as 'heroes, while the female professor, who wasn't immediately identified, kept insisting that police were bad. In an interview with the New York Post, Ellis said he was standing up against university staff who had a 'hatred towards our country'. 'Liberal ideology is bad right now and people need to expose it and fight back — with gentleness and respect,' he told The Post.  He said if he and people like him don't 'fight back', liberal ideology in colleges will be even worse in 10 years.  'It would be pure hatred,' Ellis said.  Ellis said there were other university staff who were equally as 'bad' as the professor he argued with in the tape.  'These teachers...
    Singer Ted Nugent has revealed he has tested positive for COVID-19, just months after he called the virus a 'leftist scam' and 'not a real pandemic'. The 72-year-old musician announced his diagnosis in a Facebook Live video Monday telling fans 'I got the Chinese sh*t' and 'thought I was dying'. Nugent has repeatedly dismissed the virus that has so far killed more than 567,000 Americans, branding it a 'leftist scam' and 'not a real pandemic' while pushing right-wing anti-vaccine conspiracy theories online. He has also faced numerous accusations of racism, most recently calling George Floyd a 'thug punk criminal' and defending the cops standing trial for his death.  Singer Ted Nugent has revealed he has tested positive for COVID-19, just months after he called the virus a 'leftist scam' and 'not a real pandemic' 'You probably can't tell because my positive spirit and my positive attitude plows through the negative but I have an announcement to make,' he said to the camera. 'Everybody told me I should not announce this, but can you hear it, I have had flu symptoms...
    A participant in the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol building was turned in to the FBI by his ex-girlfriend after allegedly calling her a “moron” for not supporting his participation in the riot, The Washington Post reported. Richard Michetti allegedly texted his girlfriend from the Capitol steps, sending her photos and videos of the incident. “We stormed the building they held us back with spray and teargas and paintballs,” Michetti texted his ex-girlfriend, according to court documents. “If you can’t see the election was stolen, you’re a moron…[T]he vote was fraud and trump won but they won’t audit the votes.” Pro-Trump supporters storm the U.S. Capitol following a rally with President Donald Trump on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images) The Pennsylvania man’s former girlfriend showed text messages and videos that Michetti had sent her to the FBI. She also pointed him out in photos showing him inside Capitol, Business Insider reported. Capitol security camera footage showed the man in different parts of the building, including the Rotunda, The Washington Post reported. (RELATED:...
    Even though Donald Trump was acquitted in his second impeachment trial, ABC’s Jon Karl said the former president’s legacy will be forever tethered to the invasion his supporters launched against the U.S. Capitol. Karl joined George Stephanopoulos on This Week to address the historical and political ramifications of Trump’s impeachment. While the Senate failed to reach the 67 votes necessary to convict Trump, the trial ended with 57 guilty votes to 43 non-guilty votes, and 7 Republicans broke party ranks to declare Trump guilty of inciting an insurrection. As Karl was asked to break this all down, he summarized that “Donald Trump is acquitted, but he’s not vindicated, not by a long shot.” “The evidence was laid out for the world to see, and for history, leading to the most bipartisan guilty vote ever,” Karl continued. “History will also make its judgment on those 43 Senate Republicans voted not to acquit.” Karl went on by noting that Mitch McConnell (R-KY) voted to acquit Trump on procedural grounds, but then the Senate Minority Leader gave a speech on Saturday pronouncing...
    Eva Longoria is explaining herself. The 45-year-old actress recently appeared for an interview on MSNBC to discuss Joe Biden's projected victories in the 2020 presidential election. During the interview, Longoria, who campaigned for the former Vice President this year, spoke on the election results in the state of Georgia, which has not been officially called for one candidate or the other but leans slightly in Biden's favor. "The women of color showed up in big ways," said the actress. "Of course, you saw in Georgia, what Black women have done, but Latina women were the real heroines here, beating men in turnout in every state and voting for Biden-Harris at an average rate close to three-to-one." EVA LONGORIA, 45, STRIKES FLEXIBLE YOGA POSE IN A SWIMSUIT AT THE BEACH: 'ZEN STATE OF MIND' The comments drew ire as they seemed to gloss over the voting achievements of Black women in the state, which is largely considered to have turned blue thanks to work done by Stacey Abrams and other Black woman activists in Georgia to register non-White voters. To clear the air, the "Desperate...
    Fox News was the first major outlet on election night that called Arizona for Joe Biden, setting off some fury among Team Trump, which as of this posting has been saying the call was premature. Even the governor of Arizona argued it’s too early to make a call. Chris Stirewalt appeared on the network to defend Arizona amid the great skepticism — a skepticism that was echoed by Fox’s own Tucker Carlson minutes later. Bret Baier noted the Team Trump pushback and said his phone is “lighting up” with Republicans saying it’s too early a call. “There has been a great deal of pushback from the president, his staff, the governor of Arizona,” Carlson said. “I’m not privy to the math, I’m not certain how that — even after the explanation from Chris Stirewalt — how that decision was made, so I’m sure there’s a reason for it. I don’t know what it is. I know that people are very concerned about the media in general. I think our viewers trust us, but people are concerned.” He also pushed back on the...
    Several local TV interviewers gave former Vice President Joe Biden a chance to apologize for calling President Donald Trump things like “racist” and “clown” and “liar” and “Putin’s puppy” to his face at Tuesday night’s debate. On Wednesday, Biden gave a whopping eight interviews to local TV stations in Pennsylvania and Ohio, and in three of those eight, he was asked about some of his testier responses to Trump — and each of them offered him the chance to apologize. KDKA political editor Jon Delano of Pittsburgh told Biden “As you know he interrupted you more than 70 times. But you did call the president a quote fool, liar, clown, racist, Putin’s puppy, and the worst president America has ever had, and you told him to shut up.” “Do you regret any of that?” Delano asked. “No,” Biden replied, without hesitation. “Why not?” Delano pressed. “Because everything I said was true,” Biden replied, and that was the end of the subject. In an interview with WPXI, Biden said, of the debate, “I felt good about the results and kind of embarrassed...
    Donald Trump has unveiled a new campaign video paying tribute to the U.S. military, in what he insisted were his 'real words' - unlike, he has insisted, quotes disparaging the troops reported in the Atlantic. The new video, tweeted by the president on Wednesday evening, features a montage of scenes showing Trump thanking and commemorating military figures. Entitled 'Valor', the video scrolls through clips of Trump paying his respects at a military ceremony and presenting medals to elderly veterans. Active duty troops are filmed in soft-focus, while families embrace their military relative.  All is accompanied by a stirring soundtrack, and Trump's words praising the armed forces. Donald Trump has revealed a new campaign video, in a rebuttal to the Atlantic's article Trump tweeted the new 2 minute 30 second campaign video on Wednesday night 'The dignity, daring and devotion of the American military is unrivaled anywhere in the world,' he says. He praised 'the eternal bonds of loyalty to our fallen heroes', which he says Americans are reminded of every time they sing the National Anthem.  RELATED ARTICLES...
    Veteran police officer Rob Harris said on Friday that he understands the LAPD officers' frustration as speculation persists that most of them called in sick over the violent holiday weekend. “I don’t know that I would classify it as blue flu. I think our officers are frustrated, I think they’re tired, I think many of them are suffering from some fatigue given all that is expected of them, but I think they have demonstrated time and time again why they are the most professional police organization in the country,” Harris told “America’s Newsroom.” Harris, the director of the union Los Angeles Police Protective League, said that even though there were officers who called in sick over the weekend, there has not been any disruption of service. “I think they heeded our calls not to participate in an organized sick callout,” Harris said. FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND MARKED BY VIOLENCE AS GIRL, 7, AMONG DEAD IN CHICAGO, CITIES SEE DEADLY SHOOTINGS As many as 300 officers from the Los Angeles Police Department were out sick over the violent holiday weekend, days after city leaders voted to slash the police...
    The White House released a statement claiming Donald Trump asserts he did not cheat on his SATs like his niece claimed in her upcoming book. 'The absurd SAT allegation is completely false,' Deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Matthews told DailyMail.com in a statement. 'The President describes the relationship he had with his father as warm and said his father was very good to him,' she continued. 'He said his father was loving and not at all hard on him as a child.' Mary Trump insists, among several other claims, that her uncle paid someone to take his SATs for him so he could get into the famous Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She also detailed in her book that the president suffered 'child abuse' at the hands of his father. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters Tuesday that Mar's new book about her uncle is filled with lies – even though the White House Press Secretary revealed she has not yet read the book. 'It's a book of falsehoods and that's about it,'...
    The Washington Post's opinions editor has been accused of inciting violence for tweeting that white women are 'lucky' black people are 'just calling them Karen's and not calling for revenge'.  Karen Attiah posted the tweet on Sunday, saying: 'The lies and tears of white women hath wrought; the 1921 Tulsa massacre, murder of Emmett Till, exclusion of black women from feminist movements, 53% of white women voting for Trump.  'White women are lucky that we are just calling them Karens. And not calling for revenge.'   Later, in her comments section, she doubled down on the remark, saying: 'I'm just saying. Be happy we are calling for equality. And not actual revenge.'  Washington Post opinions editor Karen Attiah tweeted on Sunday that white women were 'lucky' black people were calling them 'Karen's and not calling for revenge'  The tweets attracted criticism from other users who accused her of inciting violence and called for her to be fired.  Attiah has now deleted them. In others, that are still online, she said: 'A Karen "meme" is NOWHERE on the same level...
    Buffalo Police are being criticized for their handling of an incident at 7-Eleven. A woman identified as Ruweyda Salim recorded a video of the encounter. The video shows one of the cops calling Salim a “f*cking c*nt.” The officer is also in close distance with her and is not wearing a mask. Wheeew child, the Buffalo PD are a bunch of scum. Watch this officer call me a Cunt
    CONSERVATIVE rocker Ted Nugent has spoken out about presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, dubbing the former Vice President "painfully deranged in a mental capacity" and the "poster child for hypocrisy." Nugent was speaking on "Real News Insights," a campaign series for President Donald Trump hosted by the president's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump. 5 Conservative rocker Ted Nugent has hit out at presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenCredit: AP:Associated Press 5 Nugent said that Biden is 'painfully deranged in a mental capacity'Credit: AP:Associated Press Nugent was asked his thoughts on how Biden's "embrace of radical socialism would impact our freedom if, God forbid, he became president." Nugent, 71, responded: "Well, let me also share the pulse of my fellow good Americans.... I'm gonna do a benefit concert and try and buy Joe Biden a syllable. "This guy is not only painfully deranged in a mental capacity but much more egregious and dangerous than that, we believe that he's deranged on a spiritual level." Nugent, who gained fame as the lead guitarist of the Amboy Dukes, went on to call Biden a...
    A break up judicial conduct panel on Thursday really useful to not start disciplinary proceedings towards a New Jersey choose who referred to the alleged sexual assault of a 12-year-old lady as “not an particularly heinous or merciless offense.” Some public officers had referred to as for state Superior Court docket Choose Marcia Silva to be faraway from the bench after her feedback have been revealed final yr. Silva wrote them in a sealed 2018 opinion denying prosecutors’ movement to have the 16-year-old suspect tried as an grownup. The panel wrote Thursday that Silva’s language was inappropriate however it famous she was legally required to elucidate if “the hurt suffered by the sufferer was above, past and along with the inherent hurt related to the act itself” to find out if the case needs to be waived to grownup court docket. Slightly than utilizing “delicate and conciliatory language,” Silva as an alternative used “a extra scientific, unemotional, maybe even stoic authorized analysis,” the bulk wrote. 4 members of the 10-member panel dissented and wrote that an appeals court docket’s...
    A split judicial conduct panel on Thursday recommended not to begin disciplinary proceedings against a New Jersey judge who referred to the alleged sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl as “not an especially heinous or cruel offense.” Some public officials had called for state Superior Court Judge Marcia Silva to be removed from the bench after her comments were published last year. Silva wrote them in a sealed 2018 opinion denying prosecutors’ motion to have the 16-year-old suspect tried as an adult. The panel wrote Thursday that Silva’s language was inappropriate but it noted she was legally required to explain if “the harm suffered by the victim was above, beyond and in addition to the inherent harm associated with the act itself” to determine if the case should be waived to adult court. Rather than using “sensitive and conciliatory language,” Silva instead used “a more clinical, unemotional, perhaps even stoic legal evaluation,” the majority wrote. Four members of the 10-member panel dissented and wrote that an appeals court’s reversal of Silva’s decision raised questions that should be addressed. “In our...
    A Minneapolis neighborhood has been overrun by a homeless encampment that’s grown to as many as 300 people — amid an agreement among progressive white residents to not call the police, according to a new report. The tent city has popped up in a park in Powderhorn Park — a diverse community of about 9,000 that’s blocks away from where George Floyd was killed last month. In light of Floyd’s police-involved death, residents there have vowed to avoid calling the cops, feeling that doing so could put people of color in danger. But now with hundreds of outsiders flooding the park — drawing in more car traffic, including drug dealers, and resulting in at least two overdoses — the neighbors are facing a moral dilemma. “I am afraid,” one of the residents, Shari Albers, told the New York Times. “I know my neighbors are around, but I’m not feeling grounded in my city at all. Anything could happen.” Mom Carrie Nightshade was among a group of white women who promised to ignore any property damage, including to their own homes,...
    Residents of a Minneapolis neighborhood described by the New York Times as "a haven to leftist activists and bohemian artists" vowed not to call the police to protest racial injustice — and now their tree-lined neighborhood is a haven for crime and hundreds of homeless people. What are the details?It was in Powderhorn Park where the Minneapolis City Council officially launched its "defund the police" initiative following the death of George Floyd on May 25. The council dreamed of a "transformative new model" of public safety where community social workers — not armed police officers — enforced the law. Neighborhood residents happily obliged. But since then, according to the Times, the park has reportedly been taken over by hundreds of new homeless residents displaced amid the unrest in the city, and residents are finding it difficult to stand by their pledge. One resident, Shari Albers, a former block club leader who organized "her mostly white neighbors to bring in playgrounds and help tackle longstanding issues with crime," is now kept awake at night by the "Powderhorn Park Sanctuary." ...
    Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender claimed Monday that calling the police for help in an emergency “comes from a place of privilege.” Bender appeared on CNN’s “New Day” after being part of her city council’s decision to disband the Minneapolis Police Department in the wake of George Floyd’s death two weeks earlier. Floyd died after former police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for several minutes after he lost consciousness. (RELATED: ‘Veto-Proof Majority’ — Minneapolis City Council Pledges To ‘Dismantle’ Police Department) WATCH: Host Alisyn Camerota began the segment by clarifying that the council’s intent was to “dismantle” the police department rather than simply implement reforms. “I mean, activists who support this are calling this a police-free future,” she said. Bender responded by saying that issues like housing and health care would be a better investment than continuing to fund the police department. “I know the statement was bold and I stand by that bold statement, but the work ahead of us will be long, it will include every member of our community. It has to,” she...
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