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    On Wednesday, CNN legal analyst Areva Martin panned Kyle Rittenhouse’s testimony as “rehearsed.” Rittenhouse who was 17 years old when he shot three victims, killing two, while responding against rioters in Kenosha, Wis., last year – took the stand on Wednesday. He faces six charges. The riots occurred in the aftermath of a police officer excessively shooting Jacob Blake, a Black man, in self-defense as Blake was charging with a knife at the officer as officers were trying to arrest Blake over a warrant on sexual assault charges. Following the defense and prosecution questioning Rittenhouse, Martin and CNN legal analyst Laura Coates gave their reactions as the trial paused for a lunch break. “The defense had Rittenhouse, right, go through the sequence of events that night. And he had the opportunity then to detail threats he says he heard from two of those that he shot and killed,” said CNN Newsroom anchor Ana Cabrera. “But, Areva, obviously this isn’t going to be his word against theirs. They’re dead. What kind of impact does that have?” “Very impactful. And one thing I’ll say to what Laura just said, yes, on cross-examination what we saw was, I thought, a very rehearsed Kyle...
    We need to give you your daily dose today Personality testIn particular, it has had a huge impact and caused a great stir on social networks like Facebook. We say that the winner of the jackpot is the one with this note. What is it about? Well, in this psychological test you can find out if you are a maniac. Take this exam Viral Psychology! What do you see first in the picture? This is the question you need to answer to join this exam. Yes, it is the same. MDZ Online He said on his website that what you say will help you learn more about who you are. It is important that you respond honestly. There are only two options in the description: a dog and a bottle. Nothing else. Also, keep in mind that each alternative has a different meaning in this psychological test. Viral test image This explanation will help you to know that you are a sympathetic person. Tell us what you see first. Dog or bottle? (Photo: MDZ Online) Virus test answers If the...
    Joe Sargent/Getty Images Head coach Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers calls out to head linesman Mark Hittner during a game against the Seattle Seahawks at Heinz Field on October 17, 2021. The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 23-20 on Sunday Night Football. But they might not have needed overtime to earn their hard-fought victory, except for an officiating blunder at the tail end of regulation, one that got Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin very visibly upset. Coach Tomlin not happy. #Steelers pic.twitter.com/kJBH0sZxby — Chad Tyson (@chadtyson) October 18, 2021 Setting the Scene at Heinz Field …The play that had Tomlin apoplectic—on the field and after the game—occurred with just seconds left in the fourth quarter, when Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith completed a pass to D.K. Metcalf at Pittsburgh’s 26-yard line. Metcalf promptly fumbled on a hit by second-year Steelers cornerback James Pierre, and the fumble was recovered by Seattle wide receiver Freddie Swain with 11 seconds remaining. But because the clock was running and the Seahawks were out of timeouts, Seattle’s offense had a mere...
    Reporter and activist Laura Windsor has been doing a very good job of getting Republican operatives and elected officials to admit the truth on camera. She has used her The Under Current show to expose how cynical and counterproductive to democracy the GOP is at this point in time. On Tuesday, Windsor released some video of Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin admitting there was no election fraud going on in Wisconsin during the 2020 elections. This is quite the admission from one of the biggest promoters of Donald Trump’s Big Lie that the 2020 election results came out of some kind of massive voter fraud campaign run by Democratic operatives. At first, Windsor presents herself as someone who does not believe President Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in Wisconsin. Johnson asks her if she even knows what the vote totals in Wisconsin were. She says she does not know what they were. Johnson then chastises her, saying she can’t even “state that opinion” if she doesn’t even have the basic information. Coming from Johnson, that’s pretty rich. Just consider the level of misinformation that Johnson has promoted to the nation in all aspects of the...
    Officials have announced a record-breaking drug bust that took place in southern California. Border agents were able to seize three tons of meth and fentanyl from smugglers. Former Drug Enforcement Administration special agent Derek Maltz joined "America’s Newsroom," Thursday, and said the U.S. needs "to target" Mexican cartels, whose enterprise is "killing our kids."  BORDER PROTECTION IN CALIFORNIA SEIZES NEARLY $13M WORTH OF METH, FENTANYL: ‘ENOUGH TO RUIN COUNTLESS LIVES’ DEREK MALTZ: "Well, you have to attack it all at the same time, you have to have a unity of effort across the government with our professionals in the medical field as well. But what you need to do is first, target the threat. The target right now is the Mexican cartels. And nobody's telling the public the truth. They're the ones that are killing our kids at record levels.  They're the ones that are making billions of dollars, not only from the drug smuggling but the migrant smuggling. If you look at the progression of the cartel's operations, it's very apparent to me and you don't have to be...
    Last December, the Mail published a landmark four-part investigation into Victoria Roberts Giuffre’s allegations against Prince Andrew. During months of painstaking work we obtained testimony from new witnesses, gained access to sensitive documents and the contents of diaries and interviewed high-level sources. Our inquiries took us from London to New York, Boston, Florida, the US Virgin Islands, South Africa and Australia and resulted in stunning revelations – a number of which undermined Miss Roberts’ allegations while others cast doubts on some of the Duke’s claims of innocence. Here we assess the strengths and weaknesses of her case against the Queen’s second son. Last December, the Mail published a landmark four-part investigation into Victoria Roberts Giuffre’s allegations against Prince Andrew A ‘DAMNING’ PHOTOGRAPH AND SEX IN THE BATH Her Complaint, Paragraphs 37-38: ‘On one occasion Prince Andrew sexually abused Plaintiff in London at Maxwell’s home. During this encounter Epstein, Maxwell and Prince Andrew forced Plaintiff, a child, to have sexual intercourse with Prince Andrew against her will. The photograph depicts Prince Andrew and Maxwell at Maxwell’s home prior to Prince...
    Sarah Ferguson has said she is convinced that her former husband Prince Andrew is telling the truth about his part in the scandal surrounding convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The Duchess of York said she was ‘100 per cent’ certain that her ex-husband was being honest when he denied seeing anything untoward during the time he spent with the financier. She told the Financial Times: ‘I want him [Andrew] to come through this. I want him to win.’ The Duchess of York said she was ‘100 per cent’ certain that her ex-husband was being honest when he denied seeing anything untoward during the time he spent with Jeffrey Epstein When asked why she was sure of his probity, she replied: ‘No question. I know everything about him. I think he is an extraordinary person.’  The Duchess said she and Andrew, who split in 1997, were ‘the happiest divorced couple in the world’, living under the same roof at Royal Lodge, Windsor, but with their own rooms. ‘We support each other like pillars of strengths,’ she added.  Now Virginia Roberts could...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci talked on Friday about the criticism he has faced, remarking that “loyalists” of former President Donald Trump got “annoyed” with him for telling the truth. Neil Cavuto spoke with Fauci and asked him about reactions to his fiery exchange with Senator Rand Paul over whether the National Institutes of Health funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, including a critical piece from Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin. One comment Cavuto brought up was Congressman Madison Cawthorn accusing Fauci of being a “pawn for the Chinese Communist Party” and saying “we want to prosecute this guy to the full ability of the law.” “Think about what you got involved with with President Trump in the beginning when all of this started,” Cavuto said. “Have you ever gotten to the point where you just want to say, ‘The hell with it? I don’t need this?'” “No,” Fauci responded. “I’m a scientist and my job… is to be a scientist and a public health official. I certainly don’t like how all of this has turned out to be...
    Republican Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy said Thursday that President Joe Biden is lying about the Democratic Party not being anti-police and supporting the movement to defund police forces. “President Biden is not telling the truth,” Kennedy told Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.” “Maybe George Washington could not tell a lie, but just about every politician since has mastered the skill,” Kennedy continued. “I don’t mean to be ugly, but President Biden has a Ph.D. in it. Now some politicians lie because it’s useful. Other politicians lie because they forget.” Kennedy said Biden was not being truthful about his support for “cutting police spending.” “If you look at the Democratic Party platform, which he wrote, it talks extensively about reimagining the police. Among President Biden’s most ardent supporters are the Democratic mayors of most large cities. New York, Chicago, L.A., San Francisco, Seattle, Portland. They’ve all cut police spending,” Kennedy continued. (RELATED: ‘Maybe He Needs To Buy An Emotional Support P0ny’: Sen. Kennedy Says Tony Fauci ‘Needs To Cut The Crap’) Biden declared emphatically during a Wednesday night town hall that...
    Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., hit back at President Biden, Thursday, for his claim that Republicans are "lying" when they say Democrats want to defund the police, telling "America's Newsroom" that the president is the one who is "not telling the truth" about his role in the party's "reimagining" of law enforcement. BIDEN CLAIMS GOP IS 'LYING' ABOUT DEMOCRATS WANTING TO DEFUND POLICE, SAYS HE'S NEVER SUPPORTED IT Sen. John Kennedy:  President Biden is not telling the truth. Maybe George Washington could not tell a lie, but just about every politician since has mastered the skill. And I don't mean to be ugly, but President Biden has a Ph.D. in it. … If you look at the Democratic Party platform, which he wrote, it talks extensively about reimagining the police. Among President Biden's most ardent supporters are the Democratic mayors of most large cities, New York, Chicago, L.A., San Francisco, Seattle, Portland. They've all cut police spending. They've all talked about doing it. President Biden has appeared with them many times and said what a great job he's -- they're doing....
    On Friday’s broadcast of C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal,” Rep. Al Green (D-TX) said that Critical Race Theory “is just about telling the truth about how there is still systemic racism in this country today and that we have to deal with it and how it impacts the lives of people.” Green stated, “Critical Race is about the side of history that we’ve not made known to the public, that we don’t teach in our schools. Slaves were not happy people. We should not in any way glamorize slavery. We shouldn’t sanitize it. We have to tell the truth about what happened in 1619 and thereafter. That’s what it’s all about. It’s the rest of the story and it’s all about history. And history can be very unpleasant. I don’t enjoy knowing that some of my ancestors in Africa sold people into slavery, but they did it. And they will live in infamy for it. But it’s the truth. So, the truth can set you free, but it can only set you free if you allow it to. You have to be...
    Fox News’ Maria BartiromoMaria Sara BartiromoCourt sets Smartmatic dismissal date on Giuliani, Bartiromo, others The US can solve the border crisis by decoupling from China Democrats control the language of politics and culture — but for how long? MORE on Sunday defended her reporting on a number of topics, telling critics “keep trashing me, I’ll keep telling the truth.” Bartiromo, during an interview with Sen. Ron JohnsonRonald (Ron) Harold JohnsonCentrists gain foothold in infrastructure talks; cyber attacks at center of Biden-Putin meeting GOP increasingly balks at calling Jan. 6 an insurrection 14 Republicans vote against making Juneteenth a federal holiday MORE (R-Wis.) on “Sunday Morning Futures,” presented a list of what she called “the biggest lies of all” by Democrats, which included the “Russia hoax based on a made-up dossier to try to take down Trump” and the impeachment of former President TrumpDonald TrumpHead of firms that pushed 'Italygate' theory falsely claimed VA mansion was her home: report Centrists gain foothold in infrastructure talks; cyber attacks at center of Biden-Putin meeting VA moving to cover gender affirmation surgery through department...
    Fox News host Maria Bartiromo promised on Sunday to “keep telling the truth” in an interview that featured her agreeing with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) that the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol was not actually an armed insurrection. Bartiromo’s diatribe against the “biggest lies” began after discussing the efficacy of vaccines at controlling the Covid-19 pandemic. “I was looking at a research report from Morgan Stanley, and they’re estimating that Pfizer could earn $100 billion from vaccines. Okay? In the next five years, $100 billion from vaccines,” she said. “Now, I just have to point out had we had other treatments early on in the pandemic, that would have negated the opportunity to use emergency use authorization.” Bartiromo then turned her attention to Johnson, and began listing what she views as lies mainstream media has pushed. “Senator, this is just one of many lies. Let’s take a look at the biggest lie of all since the Democrats came up with this ridiculous, big lie about election integrity,” she said. “These are actually the biggest lies: the Russia hoax based...
    A black Florida mom, whose passionate speech at a local school board meeting against teaching 'racist' critical race theory made national headlines, was applauded by Fox host Tucker Carlson 'for telling the truth.' Carlson opened the segment with a video clip of a snippet of Keisha King's speech to the Duvall County school board on Thursday. One of her children is a student in the district.  'If this continues, we will look back and be responsible for the dismantling of the greatest nation in the world by reverting to teaching hate and that race is a determining factor on where your destiny lies,' King said.  'Good for her. She's telling the truth; too few are,' Carlson said during his Friday night episode.  He added that that The 1776 Project PAC and its founder Ryan Girdusky are supporting parents and educators who don't want critical race theory taught in the classroom. Keisha King, who has a child in the Duvall County school district in Florida, made an impassioned speech against critical race theory Thursday night that made national headlines ...
    Rick Santorum is standing by the comments about Native Americans that recently got him fired from CNN. 'You get savaged for telling the truth,' Santorum told Fox News host Sean Hannity in an interview on Monday, defending his remarks last month to a conservative youth group. 'We birthed a nation from nothing. I mean, there was nothing here,' Santorum told the group on April 23, before being fired last weekend. 'I mean, yes, we have Native Americans, but candidly, there isn't much Native American culture in American culture.'  Santorum on Monday said that he 'misspoke' but defended the intent of his remarks, saying that he was referring to the founding of the United States government and blaming 'cancel culture' at CNN for his firing. In the wake of his firing, CNN has been accused of double-standards for failing to take action against primetime star Chris Cuomo, who last week admitted advising his brother, New York governor Andrew Cuomo, on how to handle media attention during his sexual harassment scandal.  Rick Santorum is standing by the comments about Native Americans that...
    Former Republican senator and TV analyst Rick Santorum addressed his departure from CNN on "Hannity" Monday, after the left-leaning network fired him over past comments about Native American culture. "You get savaged for telling the truth," Santorum said in his first public interview since he ousted from the network. The Republican political commentator was given the boot after an April 23 speech resurfaced where he told a young conservative crowd that immigrants had created a nation "from nothing" based on Judeo-Christian values. CNN WALKS BACK CORONAVIRUS WUHAN LAB LEAK THEORY COVERAGE "We birthed a nation from nothing," he said. "Yes, there were Native Americans, but there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture." Santorum later clarified on CNN's "Cuomo Prime Time"  that he "misspoke" and argued that he was speaking in the context of the founding of the United States government. Native Americans "had a huge impact, particularly in the west and many of the areas of our country where they have had a huge impact on American culture," he said at the time. On "Hannity" Monday night, Santorum appeared to stand by...
    Rick Santorum appeared on Fox News Monday night in his first TV appearance since being let go by CNN. To recap: Santorum came under fire several weeks ago for the following comments he made about Native Americans: You know, if you think of other countries like Italy and Greece and China and Turkey and places like that, they’ve all sort of changed over time. I mean, they’ve been there for millennia in many cases. And their culture has sort of evolved over time, but not us. We came here and created a blank slate. We birthed a nation from nothing. I mean, there was nothing here. I mean, yes, we have Native Americans, but candidly that — there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture. It was born of the people who came here, pursuing religious liberty to practice their faith. Santorum was widely condemned for those remarks, and Native American organizations called for his firing. A few days later Chris Cuomo confronted Santorum on air over it, and Santorum said that he “misspoke.” Santorum started Monday night by...
    Sean Hannity slammed the mainstream media on "Hannity" Tuesday, saying "their narrative is always more important to the left than actually telling the American people the truth" about Joe Biden.  SEAN HANNITY: The media mob, Democratic Party, Big Tech, they have zero fidelity to something called the truth. From the Russia hoax to Justice Cavanaugh, the dirty dossier, last summer's violent riots, that they wouldn’t call riots. You know, their narrative is always more important to the left than actually telling the American people truth.  Case and point, you can turn on fake news CNN or MSDNC, you're likely not going to hear anything negative about Joe Biden’s horrendous presidency, the fact that he’s weak, frail, and struggling cognitively. They don’t show you those tapes. We now have inflation is through the roof, every American is paying more for everything. Our dollar is losing value every day. New home construction just saw a massive, huge, frankly frightening drop because the price of lumber and everything else needed to build a home, it’s now at a record high. Manufacturing costs, they’re...
    Nearly two-thirds of all Americans now believe that extraterrestrial life exists and that the U.S. government isn't telling the public the full truth, according to a newly published CBS News survey. The findings of the poll are a sharp increase from the last time the news outlet asked the same question in 2017. At that time, just 56 percent of respondents believed there was intelligent life on other planets compared to 66 percent who believe today. In 2010, less than half of respondents thought extraterrestrial life existed, showcasing how popular sentiment on the once taboo topic has changed drastically in recent years. CBS surveyed 1,009 adults via telephone across the country between March 23 and 28. 'I'm pleased at these new poll results, but not surprised,' Nick Pope, a former employee and UFO investigator for Britain's Ministry of Defense, told MailOnline.com via email.  'They reflect the newfound respectability that the UFO subject is enjoying. The topic has come out of the fringe and into the mainstream, due to a stunning series of revelations in the last three years.'  A whopping...
    White House press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiBlinken speaks with Israeli counterpart amid escalating conflict Hillicon Valley: Feds eye more oversight of pipelines after Colonial attack | White House monitoring fuel shortages | Democrats urge Facebook to reverse WhatsApp update | Biden announces deal with Uber, Lyft for free vaccine rides Biden sent letter to Palestinian president over 'current situations' MORE on Wednesday called it "disturbing" to see House Republicans force Rep. Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyKinzinger, Gaetz get in back-and-forth on Twitter over Cheney vote READ: Liz Cheney's speech on the House floor Cheney in defiant floor speech: Trump on 'crusade to undermine our democracy' MORE (Wyo.) from her leadership position for criticizing former President TrumpDonald TrumpKinzinger, Gaetz get in back-and-forth on Twitter over Cheney vote READ: Liz Cheney's speech on the House floor Cheney in defiant floor speech: Trump on 'crusade to undermine our democracy' MORE's falsehoods about the 2020 election. "It’s disturbing to see any leader, regardless of party, being attacked for simply speaking the truth. As the president said last week, it’s hard to understand," Psaki said at a briefing with reporters. "But...
    Melina Mara/ZUMA Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.House Republicans on Wednesday officially voted to oust Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) from her leadership position after she continued to openly condemn both Donald Trump’s lie that he won the 2020 election and his actions leading up to the January 6 Capitol insurrection. Cheney’s removal as GOP conference chair, a position that made her the No. 3 Republican in the House, comes as a pivotal moment for the party, as it further cements Trump’s grip despite losing to Joe Biden by 7 million popular votes. The voice vote on Wednesday is the second effort to strip Cheney of her leadership post after she voted to impeach Trump on charges that he directly incited the violence that took place at the Capitol. Cheney, who was among just 10 House Republicans to support impeachment, ultimately survived that first secret ballot vote in February. But months later, with the GOP abandoning much of its initial denunciations of...
    Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images The Wall Street Journal editorial board came to the defense of Liz Cheney, with her expulsion from House GOP leadership expected next week. Cheney has been one of the most outspoken Republicans calling out former President Donald Trump’s big lie about the 2020 election. Intra-party friction has spilled into the public, with House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy’s comments about dissatisfaction with Cheney in the conference (not to mention his hot mic comments going after Cheney himself). The Journal editorial board writes that McCarthy clearly knows Cheney is right and that the election wasn’t stolen. “Yet Mr. Trump wants an endorsement of his stolen claim to be a litmus test for every Republican candidate. He’s the one who wants to refight his losing campaign,” it reads. The editorial says Cheney “may be ousted because she is daring to tell the truth to GOP voters—and at personal political risk,” and “purging” her for that would just “diminish the party.” The piece warns Republicans about looking “foolish” if they keep re-litigating the 2020 election based on Trump’s nonsense....
    Canadian clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson examines the deeper meaning of life and how to live it in a new episode of Fox Nation’s "Tucker Carlson Today." In his new book "Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life," Peterson breaks down some of these rules for living to the fullest and pressed that making the decision to be honest is an essential practice. "Whatever happens as a consequence of telling the truth is the best thing that can happen," he said. "It doesn’t really matter how it looks to you at the moment, or maybe even across the years. It’s an article of faith, in some sense." CANADIAN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST TELLS TUCKER WHY HE BELIEVES AMERICANS ARE RESILIENT Peterson posed the question: Is reality better constituted as a consequence of truth or falsity? If it is a consequence of truth, he explained, then being honest really is the best decision. Video"This is what happened because I said what I had to say as clearly as I could say it," he said. "And that’s as good as it could be… It’s good compared to all possible,...
    Multiple reports say GOP lawmakers may take another swing at ousting Cheney from House Republican leadership. House Republicans are growing more and more frustrated with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for speaking out against Donald Trump and may once again be plotting to remove her from her leadership role, according to multiple reports. The latest Cheney comment that drew ire from Republicans came Monday, when she responded to a Trump statement in which he declared, "The Fraudulent Presidential Election of 2020 will be, from this day forth, known as THE BIG LIE!" Cheney responded to Trump's comment with a dig, tweeting: "The 2020 presidential election was not stolen. Anyone who claims it was is spreading THE BIG LIE, turning their back on the rule of law, and poisoning our democratic system." Cheney's honest assessment that claims of voter fraud are false drew ire from Republicans. "Liz Cheney, once again back in the news, sounding like an MSNBC pundit. At this point, she's literally daring Kevin McCarthy to do something about it,"...
    Jake Tapper lashed out at Republicans during Sunday’s “State of the Union,” saying that the party doesn’t appear to be “fact-based.” Tapper mentioned several stories that had circulated among Republicans before they were proven to be inaccurate — namely reports that Vice President Kamala Harris’ book had been given to children at the U.S.-Mexico border and that President Biden planned to place restrictions on red meat consumption — and argued that a number had continued to push those narratives even after learning they were untrue. (RELATED: ‘Nice Try, Jake’: Susan Collins Refuses To Tell Jake Tapper Who Got Her 2020 Vote) WATCH: “Lie after lie after lie,” Tapper said. “Look, I’m not talking about opinions. If people want to rail against Biden’s border policies or his $6 trillion worth of proposals or whatever, have at it. That is not what I’m talking about. I’m talking about made up convoluted crap and it’s having an impact.” Tapper went on to argue that Republican voters were saying in increasing numbers that they don’t plan to get the coronavirus vaccine, suggesting...
    An Australian man who believes he is the love child of Prince Charles and Camilla has shared a photo of his son to prove they are related to the Royal Family. Simon Dorante-Day, a British-born engineer who settled in Australia after being adopted, appeared on Sunrise claiming his son is the spitting image of a young Queen Elizabeth. 'I think the evidence speaks for itself,' Mr Dorante-Day told hosts David Koch and Natalie Barr on Tuesday morning. Mr Dorante-Day, who resides in Queensland, snapped a photo with his son Liam, 14, last week while on a fishing trip at Bribie Island. Simon Dorante-Day, who believes he is the love child of Prince Charles and Camilla, shared an image comparing his 14-year-old son to a young Queen Elizabeth Mr Dorante-Day, a British-born engineer who settled in Australia after being adopted, appeared on Sunrise on Tuesday morning Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles leave the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden in 1975 He then shared the image to his Facebook page, where he often posts about his alleged blood relation to the royals....
    Michael Jackson's body language 'tips the scales in favour of him telling the truth' when refuting the child abuse allegations made against him, behaviour experts have claimed.   In shocking new documentary, Michael Jackson: A Faking It Special, which can be streamed on discovery+, experts in body language, speech and psychology examine video footage of the 'King of pop.' They analyse in detail a 2003 documentary, fronted by Martin Bashir, where the singer allowed cameras unprecedented access into his Neverland ranch to film Living With Michael Jackson.  Among the topics discussed in the film was Jackson's relationship with children. Sitting down and holding the hand of a then 12-year-old Gavin Arvizo, Jackson reveals to Bashir that not only does he invite disadvantaged children to his ranch, but he also lets them sleep in his bed while he sleeps on the floor in a sleeping bag.  And according to the experts, Michael Jackson's 'natural' body language - including spontaneous corrections and consistency of his behaviour, vocal tone and choice of words - are all reliable indicators he is telling the truth when refuting the child abuse allegations made...
    Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) said during ABC’s “This Week” roundtable that President Joe Biden was “not telling the truth about the infrastructure package.” Christie said, “I want us to look closely at the package. You can not call a $400 billion plan to force unionizing states to say that taking care of increasing Medicare payments in states is infrastructure. Now language does matter. We learned that in the last four years, how you use it and what you say.” “I said last week that the president’s not telling the truth, and he’s not telling the truth about the infrastructure package,” he added. “This is the care economy. This is care infrastructure. It’s baloney.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – President Joe Biden spoke out about Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s legal troubles as a leaked tape indicates the state Assembly postponed an impeachment vote to make sure all the women pointing fingers at the chief executive are telling the truth. As CBS2’s political reporter Marcia Kramer reports, it was all about the optics. Cuomo is touring a mass vaccination site Wednesday at a Baptist church in Harlem with a gaggle of heavyweight community leaders who still support him. The apparent message is that he still intends to fight the burgeoning sexual harassment scandal. READ MORE: Cuomo’s Political Problems Mount As St. Sen. Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins Says She Thinks Impeachment Trial Would Result In Conviction Meanwhile the state Assembly hired top law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell to handle its impeachment probe. TIMELINE: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Under Investigation For Nursing Home Deaths, Sexual Harassment Allegations A leaked tape indicated Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie was able to put off Democrats demanding immediate impeachment by arguing it was important to make sure the seven women who have accused the governor...
    During a portion of an interview with ABC News released on Tuesday, President Joe Biden stated that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) should resign and would “probably” be prosecuted if the investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against him confirms the claims. Biden also stated that women who make accusations of sexual misconduct “should be presumed to be telling the truth,” and “there should be an investigation to determine whether what she says is true.” ABC host George Stephanopoulos asked, “If the investigation confirms the claims of the women, should he resign?” Biden responded, “Yes. I think he’d probably end up being prosecuted too.” He added, “A woman should be presumed to be telling the truth, and should not be scapegoated and become victimized by her coming forward, number one. But there should be an investigation to determine whether what she says is true. That’s what’s going on now.” Biden further stated, “It takes a lot of courage to come forward, so the presumption is, it should be taken seriously and it should be investigated, and that’s what’s underway...
    Joe Saunders, The Western Journal February 18, 2021 0 Comments Former President Donald Trump built a political career out of forcing liberals to face reality — and a post-presidential interview on Wednesday showed he hasn’t changed. In a telephone interview with Newsmax TV host Greg Kelly, Trump, who’s been largely out of the public eye since Inauguration Day, took on current President Joe Biden’s appearance during a CNN town hall Tuesday and Biden’s claim that there was no coronavirus vaccine when he took office. His description was dead-on, and it won’t make liberals happy at all. “I saw that he said there was no vaccine when he came into office, and yet he got a shot before he came into office,” Trump told the host of “Greg Kelly Reports,” a program that’s rapidly growing in popularity with Trump’s political base. “It was already in early November that we announced it, but we actually had it substantially before that. We were giving millions of shots and millions of doses. “So he’s either not telling a truth, or he’s mentally gone....
    Former President Donald Trump lashed out at President Joe Biden during a Wednesday interview on Newsmax. Trump argued that Biden was “either not telling the truth or mentally gone” after the president appeared to claim during a CNN town hall that the coronavirus vaccine was not available before he took office in January. (RELATED: ‘We Don’t Know For Certain’—Biden Doesn’t Want To ‘Overpromise’ But Hopes The Pandemic ‘Is Going To Be Done’ In A Year) WATCH: Newsmax host Greg Kelly asked Trump whether he had heard any of Biden’s Tuesday night town hall on CNN, and the former president immediately pounced on the question. “Well I saw that he said that there was no vaccine when he came into office,” Trump began, going on to note that Biden himself had been vaccinated prior to taking office and that there had been at least one successful vaccine announced in November. “So he was either not telling the truth or he’s mentally gone, one or the other and he’s getting —  actually Joe Biden is being killed on that whole...
    In the wake of radio pioneer Rush Limbaugh's death, Fox News "Outnumbered" host Harris Faulkner shared an experience they had together that stuck with her ever since she was a young journalist. Limbaugh, the monumentally influential media icon who transformed talk radio and politics in his decades behind the microphone, helping shape the modern-day Republican Party, died Wednesday morning at the age of 70 after a battle with lung cancer. "He was the beginning of the non-acceptance of council culture, he was really a believer and First Amendment over anything that might be canceled as long as it was true," Faulkner said. Faulkner recalled her experience of first meeting Limbaugh at a Kansas City Chiefs football game. Limbaugh and Harris are both from Missouri. "We were in a tent, a tailgate tent together. And I sat between Rush Limbaugh and baseball legend George Brett, Kansas City Royals," she said. RUSH LIMBAUGH, CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO PIONEER, DEAD AT 70 VideoCLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Faulkner noticed in that experience they shared that Limbaugh was devoted to "truth-telling." "And as I sat there, we talked about a lot...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Two brothers who came forward revealing what they say was years of sexual abuse at the hands of Father Michael Pfleger are now being accused of lying about Pfleger for financial gain. But they say their main motivation for coming forward is not money but telling the truth. The brothers first told their stunning stories exclusively to CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov. “My first time telling someone is when I called my attorney,” said the younger brother. “That was New Year’s Day.” The 61-year-old said that’s when he shared a troubling secret he carried for more than 40 years — that Father Michael Pfleger sexually abused him. “I would question myself. ‘Is this okay?’ But still it was the trust in a man with a collar,” he said. He is not sharing his identity to protect family still in Chicago from any backlash. He said the abuse began when he was a 13-year choir boy and Pfleger a seminarian at Precious Blood Church on Chicago’s West Side in the 1970’s. But he said the abuse did not stop there....
    A Philippines police chief has been sacked for claiming an air stewardess was gang-raped and murdered, but her family insist he was telling the truth.  Christine Dacera was found dead in a bathtub at the Garden City Grand Hotel in Makati, Philippines on New Year's Day.  Eleven men were provisionally charged with rape and murder of the 23-year-old PAL Express crew member after police investigations found injuries to her arms and legs and traces of sperm on her body. But the charges were slapped down by prosecutors who said further investigations including a post-mortem revealed Dacera died from a brain aneurysm.  Now, an order has been made to remove Makati Police Chief Colonel Harold Depositar in light of massive criticism for the handling of the high profile case, the BBC reported.  Her mother has rejected the autopsy result, insisting that her daughter was raped and murdered, and that her killers must be held to account.  An order has been made to remove Makati Police Chief Colonel Harold Depositar in light of massive criticism for the handling of the high profile case of Christine Dacera...
    Alex Wong/Getty Images Be careful what you wish for. Sen. Ron Johnson learned that lesson on Tuesday when the Milwaukee newspaper that granted his request to publish an op-ed rebuttal to its call for his resignation had his piece brutally debunked — with annotated footnotes. The 14-paragraph Milwauke Journal-Sentinel op-ed that went live online on Tuesday includes a long Editor’s Note preceding it and is chock full of 19 detailed footnotes explaining how his claims are misleading, untruthful and distort the Constitution. Editor’s note: After the Editorial Board called on Sen. Ron Johnson to either resign or be expelled from office for his role in spreading disinformation about the presidential election, the senator asked for space to respond. We are providing him that courtesy today. We also are taking the rare step of footnoting Johnson’s commentary to provide additional context so that readers have a fuller understanding of the senator’s actions. Johnson’s column was a response to the newspaper editorial board, who published a call for his immediate resignation a day after the violent Capitol siege, citing his “deceitful alliance” with the Trump conspiracies that fueled...
    Saved by the Bell Star Dustin Diamond Diagnosed With Cancer Here’s How Much Restaurants Mark Up Your Food Shaq ripped James Harden for not telling the truth and for failing in Houston The “NBA on TNT” crew was back on the air Thursday night, which gave them the chance to react to Wednesday’s blockbuster trade that saw the Rockets send James Harden to the Nets for a few players and a ton of picks. © Provided by For The Win Shaquille O’Neal immediately went in on Harden, saying that the guard didn’t tell the truth when he said he gave the city of Houston all he had. Shaq then broke down all the things the organization did for Harden to try to give him a championship team and then Shaq broke down the bad games Harden had when seasons were on the line. And he finished all of that by saying that Harden and the Nets have to win a championship this season or the year will be a bust: Here’s the video: “He got his superteam. He...
    A citizen journalist reporting on the truth of the COVID-19 pandemic from China has been sentenced to four years in prison. 
    Twitter continues to label Donald Trump's tweets for containing misleading and false information. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) took to Twitter Thursday to express his frustration that social media outlets had, as he called it, "censored" Donald Trump far more frequently than they did President-elect Joe Biden. But he failed to acknowledge that the outlets flag Trump for his near-constant spread of disinformation. Cruz retweeted a link to a report by far-right outlet Newsbusters, a site that's rated "mixed" on factual reporting credibility by the website Media Bias/Fact Check. Cruz retweeted a line from Newsbusters' report: "Before the election, Twitter and Facebook had censored [Trump] 65 times but left former Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, unscathed."
    The Delaware computer engineer who found himself at the center of a media storm after he fixed Hunter Biden's laptop has insisted he is not a hacker or a Russian agent, in a bid to salvage his professional reputation. John Paul Mac Isaac, 44, said that being caught up in the saga has had 'an irreversible impact on my business and my character'. Hunter left three damaged Apple laptops at Mac Isaac's shop in April 2019 but never returned or paid the $85 bill for recovering the data from them. He handed over the laptops to both Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump's lawyer, and to the FBI, and their contents began to be revealed by the New York Post after being given to the newspaper by Giuliani. John Paul Mac Isaac posted a video on YouTube on December 5 entitled: 'The Truth' Mac Isaac said his world had been turned upside down since Hunter Biden (left) arrived How it got there: MacIsaac offers data recovery services at his store in Wilmington, DE, and Hunter Biden simply walked in...
    Speaking on Snapchat's Good Luck America show, Barack Obama (above) called on progressives to ditch such inflammatory phrases which only serve to drive people away from supporting them President Barack Obama's out promoting his new book, A Promised Land, which is already the fastest-selling autobiography in history. It's an interesting read, though entirely typical of his eight-year presidency: very long (751 pages and that only takes us to the killing of Bin Laden in 2011!), extremely verbose though undeniably eloquent, massively self-promoting and sometimes ludicrously overly-defensive and deluded about his numerous failures. I've never bought into the 'Saint Barack' nonsense. Obama is a very intelligent and charismatic man who talked a great game, as he does in his book, and there's no denying he was a very impressive public speaker and figurehead. BUT... The guy deported three million immigrants in his tenure, more than any president in history. Indeed, his nickname in Mexico was 'Deporter-in-Chief.' His drone strike programme – he ordered more in his first year than George W. Bush in his entire presidency - was shameful. The...
    The Wisconsin Republican knows Joe Biden won the election, but won't admit it publicly. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) told a former local Republican Party chair in his home state that he knows Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election, but won't say so publicly because doing so would be "political suicide." Mark Becker, the former chair of the Brown County Republican Party in Wisconsin, said Johnson told him as much in a phone conversation on Nov. 14 — a full week after media organizations had called the race for Biden. "Senator Johnson knows that Joe Biden won a free and fair election. He is refusing to admit it publicly and stoking conspiracies that undermine our democracy solely because it would be 'political suicide' to oppose Trump," Becker wrote in a piece published by the Bulwark, a conservative outlet that opposes Donald Trump. "I find this unconscionable."
    (CNN)Republicans in Congress have been divided in their response to President Donald Trump's assertions of a "stolen election." While some have quietly acknowledged Joe Biden's win, others are obstinately touting the President's absurd and baseless claims, despite the failure of numerous legal challenges to the results staring them square in the face. SE CuppVan JonesBut it should be noted that over the past few months, state and local officials -- both Democratic AND Republican -- have actually done a heck of a job running a presidential election under extraordinary circumstances. In the midst of a Covid-19 "100-year storm," election workers needed to recruit hundreds of thousands of poll workers, make polling and canvassing locations safer, get more funding, and then go on and process and count an unprecedented number of mail-in ballots. Every election sees some number of errors or irregularities that don't affect the outcome. And remarkably, with record turnout, experts say that the 2020 election was run smoothly. At the invitation of the Trump administration, the Organization of American States sent observers to monitor the election and found...
    A North Korean man who defected to the South by reportedly leaping over the border fence has claimed to be a former gymnast. On November 3, the man in his 20s entered the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea shortly after 7pm local time. He was captured by South Korean border guards 14 hours later and his motivations for crossing have been under investigation ever since.  The military is making efforts to ascertain how the man could have crossed the three-metre fence without triggering an alarm.  Citing a 'Seoul official familiar with the matter', the Korea Herald reported that the man told authorities he had been able to jump the fence because of gymnastics training. Officials then reportedly made the man - who was small in stature and light in weight - jump twice to prove his claim.  South Korean soldiers patrol along barbed wired fences in the DMZ in April. This month, a North Korean man has been arrested for crossing one such fence without triggering an alarm. The man claims to be a former gymnast and...
    Dear Amy: Three years ago, I was diagnosed with bone cancer. I went through 2½ years of chemotherapy and six months of stem cell treatment. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  I am now deemed to be cancer-free, and I feel great compared to how I felt in those three years. During that time, I was with a woman (for eight years). We did everything together: movies, dinners, road trips. Never had an argument. Never raised our voices at each other. My family and friends all loved her, as did I. She treated me lovingly when I was sick, but of course when I was ill, I couldn’t do the things we used to do. I hated that. My sex drive was gone. But I got better. I started feeling like my old self. Then I was hit with a bombshell. She left me two months after I got well. Related Articles Ask Amy: This woman is suddenly nice to me again, and the timing is suspicious Ask Amy: One teenage mistake has hung over our...
    (CNN)President Donald Trump's election endgame argument, far from bristling with new solutions to a pandemic that has killed 220,000 Americans, on Monday devolved into a campaign of insults against Dr. Anthony Fauci -- for telling the truth about the disease.Trump ridiculed Fauci as a "disaster" and an "idiot" who has been around for "500 years" -- trashing one of the nation's best hopes of easing the pandemic along with his recommendations to quell an alarming Covid-19 surge.His personal warfare against Fauci on a frenzied day on the campaign trail, while indecent and questionable from a strategic political perspective, revealed how the US government effort to beat the pandemic has been suppressed in the service of Trump's reelection."Tony Fauci has been the most clear, consistent proponent of the measures the United States needs to protect itself from a deadly disease," William Haseltine, a renowned public health expert and former professor at Harvard Medical School, told CNN's Erin Burnett on Monday."What Donald Trump is doing is attacking the fire department when the house in burning down. This is a very serious time."Read...
    Getty Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris (left) and Vice President Mike Pence (right). Kamala Harris told Vice President Mike Pence that telling the truth is essential to respect in a statement that quickly went viral on Twitter during the Vice Presidential debate. “You respect the American people when you tell them the truth,” Harris said during a segment about the coronavirus. Harris criticized Trump for not publicizing knowledge about the coronavirus in January, weeks before sweeping mandates to stop the spread of COVID-19. Questions about the coronavirus were the subject of the first segment of the Vice Presidential debate. Harris was asked how a Biden administration would deal with the pandemic in January, and Pence was asked about the spread of COVID-19 through the White House. The Vice Presidential debate held at 9 p.m. Eastern time on October 7 is the only one of its kind scheduled for the general election. It is being held at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, and moderated by Susan Page of USA Today. The debate will end at...
    (CNN)On Saturday, White House physician Sean Conley said this when asked about President Donald Trump's health and treatment:"This morning the President is doing very well. ... He is not on oxygen right now. He has not needed any today at all."Later in the day -- like less than an hour after Conley's statement -- came a contradictory statement from a "source familiar with the President's health" that said "the President's vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care."Asked about the discrepancy between the two statements on Sunday, Conley said this:"I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude that the team, the President in his course of illness has had. I didn't want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and in doing so it came off that we're trying to hide something."Read MoreWhat?Like, WHAT!Conley is a doctor. Not a press person. Not a campaign consultant. A doctor. THE POINT -- NOW ON YOUTUBE! In each episode...
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