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Police: 4 people killed, left in cornfield died in St. Paul
Last Wednesday, Saint Paul police officers arrested Darren McWright, 56, who also goes by the last name Osborne, in connection to the deaths. He’s currently being held in the Ramsey County Jail on four counts of hiding a corpse.
Two days later, Antoine Suggs, 38, turned himself in to Gilbert, Arizona, police after investigators announced he was wanted for questioning. He remains jailed in Arizona, awaiting extradition.
Authorities said in court documents that Suggs was seen at a St. Paul bar with victim Nitosha Flug-Presley and two of her friends hours before they were found dead along with a fourth victim in Wisconsin.
‘Justice for J6’ Activist Rips Media for Fearmongering: ‘Do I Look Like a White Supremacist to You?’
“Justice for J6” activist Cara Castronuova slammed the establishment media for fearmongering, proclaiming, “Do I look like a white supremacist to you?” as she said she voted for former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton before voting for former President Donald Trump, twice.
“Many who have called me and messaged me begging and pleading for me to stay home, because they fear for my life and my freedom,” Castronuova added. “What kind of America has this become, where people are afraid to come out and protest?”
Castronuova went on to call out the establishment press for claiming that Saturday’s rally would be a “white supremacist” event.
Sidelined? Hundreds of Navy SEALS told they won’t be deployed if they refuse COVID vaccine
The number involved in the dispute with the Pentagon amounts to as many as a quarter or more of all active duty SEALs, a loss that could impact military readiness since SEAL teams play an outsized role in modern military operations, their advocates told Just the News.
“My clients include several Navy SEALs who are a small part of a large group of SEALs and other military members who are being asked to choose between their faith and their ability to serve our nation,”
“They have been told that if they seek a religious accommodation, they likely will no longer be able to serve our country as Navy SEALs and been given an arbitrary deadline to comply with the vaccine mandate.
Judge in case of anti-Trump mudslinger is married to attorney for ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page
Republicans and Trump allies are optimistic about the latest development in John Durham’s investigation but are still concerned that Attorney General Merrick Garland might halt the investigation to protect allies and even the president himself.
FBI notes appear to suggest that as vice president, Joe Biden played a role in the Democratic Party project to smear Trump as a Russian asset by raising the obscure,
Current and former officials say that federal District Court Judge Christopher Cooper’s professional and personal relationships with top Democrats and figures behind the FBI’s Trump investigation should force his recusal.
Cooper’s wife, for instance, represents disgraced FBI lawyer Lisa Page, who oversaw the FBI’s Trump probe.
Resistance emerges: Brave hospital defies Biden, ends COVID-vaccine requirement for staff
“President Biden issued an executive order Sept. 9 indicating that federal rules and regulations will be issued in the coming weeks that will require COVID vaccines for workers at health care facilities that receive Medicare or Medicaid dollars.
“Because UAB Health System must follow federal law, UAB Health System will remove its vaccine policy at this time. UAB Health System will wait for the detailed federal guidance to develop a replacement vaccine policy in order to ensure full compliance with federal law.”
The statement noted that a voluntary incentive that rewards employees who get vaccinated with $400 remains in place.
MSNBC’s Ruhle: Where Is VP Kamala Harris on Border Crisis? — ‘She Was Supposed to Be in Charge’
MSNBC “Stephanie Ruhle Reports” host Stephanie Ruhle on Monday wondered where Vice President Kamala Harris has been regarding the ongoing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Ruhle, who was reacting to the Biden administration stopping the group of 15,000 Haitian immigrants camping under a bridge at the border, noted that Harris was put in charge of the border.
“How about the message from our vice president? Where is she?” Ruhle asked. “She was supposed to be in charge of all of these migration issues,
TOMMY BRUCE: Thousands Of HAITIAN Migrants Arrive At Border
Fox News Reporter Tommy Bruce Discuss About Thousands Of Haitian Migrants Arrive At Texas Border.
26 governors demand Biden meeting over border crisis
The governors said border apprehensions are up almost 500% compared to last year, and that approximately 9,700 illegal apprehensions have prior criminal convictions.
They said more fentanyl has been seized this fiscal year than the last three years combined and that cartels and human traffickers are making millions by smuggling people and drugs across the border.
“While governors are doing what we can, our Constitution requires that the president must faithfully execute the immigration laws passed by Congress,” the governors wrote. “Not only has the federal government created a crisis, it has left our states to deal with challenges that only the federal government has a duty to solve.
Steve Hilton: The Biden regime is falling apart in every direction
‘The Next Revolution’ host warns the things America stands for are collapsing at an ‘astonishing’ rate because of Joe Biden’s inability to do his job.
LEVIN: Charge Hillary Clinton!
Mark Levin wants John Durham to charge Hillary Clinton.
Levin: The Democratic Party is the enemy of the Declaration of Independence
Joe Concha slams Washington Post for withholding Milley bombshell
Joe Concha discusses the national security implications of Bob Woodward and Robert Costa’s bombshell story on General Mark Milley.
The AP Interview: UN chief warns China, US to avoid Cold War
Guterres said the world’s two major economic powers should be cooperating on climate and negotiating more robustly on trade and technology even given persisting political fissures about human rights, economics, online security and sovereignty in the South China Sea.
“We need to re-establish a functional relationship between the two powers,” he said, calling that “essential to address the problems of vaccination, the problems of climate change and many other global challenges that cannot be solved without constructive relations within the international community and mainly among the superpowers.”
Two years ago, Guterres warned global leaders of the risk of the world splitting in two, with the United States and China creating rival internets, currency, trade, financial rules “and their own zero-sum geopolitical and military strategies.”
Armed Police Deployed In Northern Kosovo As Ethnic Serbs Protest New Border Regulations
Armed police were deployed in northern Kosovo, close to the Jarinje border crossing with Serbia, after ethnic Serb protesters blocked two roads with trucks and other vehicles.
The September 20 protest was in response to new regulations banning the entry into Kosovo of vehicles bearing Serbian license plates, which must now be replaced with temporary plates valid for 60 days.
The same rule has been in force in Serbia, with regard to vehicles arriving from Kosovo, since the former Serbian province declared independence in 2008.
Poland Claims Mounting Evidence Minsk, Moscow Orchestrating Migrant Flow Across Border
“We’re dealing with a mass organized, well-directed action from Minsk and Moscow,” he added, noting that as many as 7,000 migrants — mostly from the Middle East– had been spotted on the border since early August.
Earlier this month, Poland imposed a 30-day state of emergency banning nonresidents including media from the border area, the first time the country has used such a measure since the fall of communism in 1989.
It has also sent thousands of soldiers to the border and started building a barbed-wire fence.
War-like scenes in Leipzig, Germany on Saturday as riot police respond to the violent, mass antifa gathering.
A huge group of antifa marched in Leipzig, Germany on Saturday & rioted. They smashed up businesses & cars along the way, & started fires in the streets.
Scenes of violence as antifa rioted in Leipzig, Germany on Saturday in support of a comrade on trial for masterminding & carrying out assault with deadly weapons on several victims at a restaurant.
Volcano erupts for 1st time in 50 years, thousands flee
The molten rock continues to make its way towards the Atlantic, threatening to create a cloud of toxic gases as it cools, according to The Canaries Volcanology Institute, Reuters reported. Contact between the sea and the lava could also create explosions, a spokesperson for Spain’s military emergency unit told state television network TVE.
Maritime authorities closed down shipping on Monday with the expectation of reduced visibility, Reuters reported.
Officials said they hoped there would be no need to evacuate anyone else, but advised the populace to remain cautious.
Australia’s submarine deal exit should be of ‘no surprise’ to France
Liberal MP Nicolle Flint says Australia’s decision to exit the $90 billion submarine deal with France should be of “no surprise”.
“I’m sure it actually isn’t,” she told Sky News host Paul Murray.
“We have a French presidential election in April 2022, and so I think we should just wonder whether there might be a bit of French nationalism and national interest behind the very strong reaction that they’ve made to the submarines.”
Israel concludes manhunt for six PIJ terrorists; U.S. open for talks with Iran TV7 Israel News 20.09
1) After more than two-weeks of operational activity by Israeli security forces, the inter-organizational manhunt for six terrorists that escaped a high-security prisoner, has successfully come to an end.
2) Israeli President Isaac Herzog asserts that “He who watches over Israel will neither slumber nor sleep.”
3) U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield asserts that while the Biden Administration did not make any decision regarding Iran –it does not rule-out having discussions with the Iranians on the sidelines of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly.
Two ‘Uncle Joes’
New York Times reporter Turner Catledge recalled a March 1944 interview he had with Roosevelt. “He was sitting there with a vague, glassy-eyed expression and his mouth hanging open,” Catledge wrote years later in a 1971 memoir.
“He would start talking about something, then in mid-sentence he would stop and his mouth would drop open. . . and he sat staring at me in silence.”
It was at Yalta that FDR dubbed Stalin “Uncle Joe.”
Today’s Uncle Joe sits in the White House. Like his hero, Joe Biden is severely diminished and declining.
Biden was never the grand strategist or foreign policy genius he pretended to be as a senator and later as Barack Obama’s running mate and vice president. Now, Biden’s worst instincts have metastasized as his appointees run the show.
Xi Jinping ‘The Most Powerful Man in the World,’ says Clyde Prestowitz | CLIP
Clyde Prestowitz explains the nature of Communist China and the misconceptions about the Communist Party that many Americans have, and describes Xi Jinping as the most powerful leader in the world because of the way he can exert pressures US businesses which even the President of the United States can’t match.
Prestowitz uses the case of Apple fighting the US government in court while rolling over to the pressures of the CCP as a prime example.