News and Headlines: 2/24/2022.

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Actress dragged over ABSURD ode to Vladimir Putin: ‘Forget Ukraine. Send ground troops to Hollywood’

Image source: Video screenshot
Image source: Video screenshot

AnnaLynne McCord‘s cringeworthy poem apologizing to Russian President Vladimir Putin for not being his mother — because if he had been lovingly raised by a Hollywood celeb he would never have invaded Ukraine, of course — is not getting quite the response the “90210” actress was probably expecting.

There’s really no describing the awfulness of this video, so you’ll just have to try to watch for yourself:

Sorry about that, but it was the only way to explain the wrath of those who tweeted in response to McCord‘s utterly absurd performance:

US Trucker Convoy Begins Journey to Washington

Now that the Canadian truckers’ protest has drawn to a close, American truckers are planning to keep it going.

Several U.S. convoys are scheduled to go to Washington ahead of President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address. NTD was in Southern California, where “The People’s Convoy” kicked off Wednesday.

Day 2 of The People’s Convoy: Kingman, Ariz. to Lupton, Ariz.

On day two of The People’s Convoy, truckers and supporters will travel across Arizona. One America’s Stefan Kleinhenz caught up with some truckers and got their reactions to recent comments made by a Democrat representative.

US Plans to Rename Hundreds of Locations

Hundreds of locations—rivers, canyons, mountains, and a lot more—could be renamed because their historical names include a word that some Native Americans find offensive.

Twenty-Five Year CNN Operations Manager Joins Project Veritas as Executive Producer

• Patrick Davis, who worked at CNN for over two decades in the network’s Washington bureau and retired as Field Operations Manager has joined Project Veritas in an Executive Producer role.

• Davis was previously recorded by Project Veritas’ CNN insider Cary Poarch in a 2019 video where he said the network wasn’t “what is used to be.” Davis also said journalism has become “infotainment.”

• One of the reasons Davis decided to join Project Veritas full-time was because of the raid executed at the homes of journalists from the non-profit including its founder James O’Keefe who Davis sat down with for an interview.

Mother With Children Assaulted at Drive-Through

A mother was at a McDonald’s drive-through with her two young sons, when a lady started yelling and throwing objects at their car—accusing them of cutting in line.

The attack that followed was all caught on camera.

Bodycam Footage Captures Wild Police Shootout With a Suspect in Houston, Texas

Officers spotted the vehicle and attempted a traffic stop. The suspect fled in the vehicle and crashed at 2500 Hutchins Street. Officers pulled up behind the suspect to conduct a felony traffic stop.

The suspect immediately got out of his vehicle and fired several shots at the officers, who returned fire and possibly struck the suspect in the neck area.

Three officers were struck by the suspect’s gunfire, while the suspect fled on foot. He then carjacked a female citizen nearby and fled in her vehicle.

This Family’s Decades-Long Military Service Ended Due To The COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Hayden Robichaux was booted from the United States Marine Corps this month because he would not get the COVID-19 vaccine.

He, his brother, Hunter, and their dad, Chad, who are all Marines, joined the Daily Caller News Foundation to discuss their family’s service to the country for over 80 years, their thoughts on the vaccine mandate for the military, and more.

Military branches are not legally permitted to dismiss service members who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine with a less than honorable discharge.

Mark Levin – Unmasking Tyrannical School Boards


Ben Domenech: Biden Will Double Down On The Same Mistakes Of His Entire Career

Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech criticized President Joe Biden’s approach to foreign policy after a lifetime career of blunders.

John Kerry fears Russia-Ukraine war will distract from climate change

 (REUTERS/Yves Herman)
 (REUTERS/Yves Herman)

Kerry, who has faced criticism for his own impact on climate change, made similar comments Sunday when he told GZERO Media’s Ian Bremmer that a Russian invasion of Ukraine will have a “monumental impact on the ability and willingness of people to do what’s necessary” to curb emissions, and it will be “very tough for the climate agenda, there’s no question about it.”

Kerry’s made the comments days before Russian forces invaded Ukraine on Thursday by land, air and sea in the largest military attack of one state against another on the European continent since World War II. 

AOC PAC makes pledge to slash police, defense spending a litmus test for candidates seeking support

(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Ocasio-Cortez’s far-left Courage to Change PAC recently released its “national questionnaire” for candidates seeking political office from local to national levels.

Buried deep in the questionnaire for prospective endorsees is an apparent litmus test, requiring anyone seeking the AOC-backed PAC’s blessing to vow to defund the police.

“If running for a legislative position, do you pledge to vote for the following; alternatively, if running for an executive position or a position that does not vote on such matters, do you pledge to publicly support and work towards the following,” the questionnaire reads.

More sanctions won’t stop Putin in Ukraine: McFarland

The former deputy national security adviser joined ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss Russian sanctions and why she believes they may not be effective in deterring Putin.

Tucker: These are the realities that actually matter

‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ examines the response from both sides over the Ukraine-Russia conflict.

World News:

Bombings in Ukraine leave dozens dead

The attacks have left dozens of people dead across the country. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s forces have claimed Chernobyl, and destroyed more than 70 military ground facilities, including airfields.

Homes and hospitals are under attack as tens of thousands of Ukrainians flee.

Canada’s Banks Lifting Freeze on Accounts & Government’s Getting Sued

 (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
 (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

As many as 210 accounts holding nearly $8 million collectively were frozen under authorization from the nation’s Emergencies Act, which was invoked in an effort to quell protests against COVID-19 restrictions, Canadian Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance Isabelle Jacques told a parliamentary committee, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) reported.

The director of the criminal justice program at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) on Monday told Hill.TV that Trudeau overstepped his authority by invoking the Emergencies Act to bring an end to the protests.

The CCLA is suing over the move, attorney Abby Deshman said.

Israel condemns Russian attack on Ukraine; IAF allegedly strikes Damascus TV7 Israel News 24.02.22

1) Israel condemns the “Russian attack on Ukraine” and asserts that it stands at the ready to provide humanitarian assistance to the citizens of Ukraine.

2) U.N. Special Envoy for Syria Geir Peterson voices concern regarding the possibility that the Russia-Ukraine conflict could negatively impact the conflict in Syria.

3) Unidentified aircraft launch a deadly strike on Damascus – in what Syria claims to be an Israeli attack.

At least 40 Ukranians and 50 Russian ‘Mercenaries’ Dead as Fighting Continues

Ukrainian servicemen get ready to repel an attack in Ukraine’s Lugansk region on February 24, 2022. – (Photo by ANATOLII STEPANOV/AFP via Getty Images)
Ukrainian servicemen get ready to repel an attack in Ukraine’s Lugansk region on February 24, 2022. – (Photo by ANATOLII STEPANOV/AFP via Getty Images)

A hospital was also allegedly shelled by “Russian-occupation forces” in Vuhledar in the Donbas region of Donetsk, killing four civilians and wounding another ten, six of whom were doctors, the Head of the Donetsk Military-Civil Regional Administration Pavlo Kyrylenko reported.

In the Mariupol, situated in southeastern Ukraine on the north coast of the Sea of Azov, three civilians were killed and a further seven were injured after Russian forces fired rocket launchers at residential areas and the airport of the city, Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boichenko claimed.

According to Ukrainian state media, Ukrinform, two servicemen were killed and a further 25 were injured during the shelling of an arms depot in the town of Kalynivka, in the central region of Vinnytsia region.

Russian Mi-8 Helicopters Dodge Ukrainian Anti Air Missiles

Footage that appears to be filmed over the Kyiv Reservoir shows a group of Russian Mi-8 troops transport helicopters flying low to avoid radar detection.

They pop countermeasure flares as suspected MANPADS rockets are fired at them. Small arms fire can also be heard throughout the clip.

Reports have indicated that a number of Russian helicopters have been shot down by Ukraine. While no helicopter can be seen getting hit in this video, a witness photo circulating online appears to show the result of one being shot down into the reservoir.

Russian KA-52 Alligator Shot Down By Ukraine

The Ukrainian military has shot down a Russian KA-52 attack helicopter, and the event may be the first ever combat loss of a KA-52.

Based on the visible damage, there aircraft appears to have been hit with a MANPADS type weapon which explodes just before making impact and pelts the target with crippling shrapnel.

Russian Tank Column Crosses Bridge Under Heavy Ukrainian Fire

Footage out of Ukraine reportedly shows a column of Russian tanks crossing a bridge into Kherson while under heavy fire from Ukrainian forces.

Machine gun fire can be heard and various explosion erupt around the armored vehicles.

Kherson is a city in the south of Ukraine. It is the administrative center of Kherson Oblast and an economic center.

Kherson is an important port on the Black Sea and on the Dnieper River, and the home of a major ship-building industry.

Traffic jam in Kyiv as Ukrainians try to flee amid Russian attack


8 ways YOU can prepare for possible Russia, Ukraine outcomes

Russia’s invasion into Ukraine definitely is not the only way this world could come apart, Glenn says.

In fact, it’s not only Americans who feel a ‘new season’ is approaching. People all around the world feel it too.

Times ARE changing, and our freedoms continue to be at stake. So, with Putin’s latest move into Ukraine, what changes potentially could you see in your life?

Glenn answers this question, plus he gives 8 ways you can prepare for potential outcomes TODAY.

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