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Sudanese Immigrant Breaks into Nashville Church in Clown Mask – Shoots Up Church, 7 Injured, One Dead
He murdered one woman in the parking lot and then went in the church and shot seven others.
Actress Rose McGowan Exposes Amazon/Washington Post Owner Jeff Bezos For “Funding Rapists, Alleged Pedos, And Sexual Harassers” – Hours Later An Amazon Executive Is Accused Of Sexual Misconduct
The entire Weinstein scandal is now seemingly moving forward against other high-profile players within Hollywood and the liberal machine, including Amazon and the Washington Post by extension.
It was the Daily Mail that reported that drag queens were being brought into taxpayer-funded nursery schools in the U.K., “so that children as young as two can learn about transgender issues” and be taught “LGBT tolerance.”
A federal jury will decide whether two psychologists who designed the CIA’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” will have to pay back some or all of the more than $80 million the U.S. government paid them to victims of the torture program.
The man, a former Marine who called himself Rick, says he was Paddock’s neighbor between December 2015 and June 2016 in Mesquite, Nevada.
“What happened?” the MSNBC reporter shouts as the agents on horseback move in to stop the border jumpers. “The people are crossing!”
California has 11 Counties With More Registered Voters Than Voting-Age Citizens: Registered Voters 144% of Eligible
The Election Integrity Project California, Inc. has joined Judicial Watch, Inc., a non-partisan organization in Washington, D.C., in sending a National Voter Registration Act (“NVRA”) Section 8 notice of violation letter to California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla.
A group of high school girls visiting the District of Columbia were kicked off the campus of Howard University for wearing a Trump hat, which the school said was making students feel unsafe.
There was a break-in at Stephen Paddock’s Reno home on Sunday. Local police say they were called to the home by a neighbor who says they saw the lights on.
“For such treatment, the IRS expresses its sincere apology,” the agency said in a proposed consent order to resolve a number of lawsuits against the government brought by the injured organizations.