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PICTURED: Boy, 13, who killed himself on first day back at school after being targeted again by relentless bullies –

The young boy who took his own life as he started school in North Carolina on Tuesday has been identified, as his heartbroken mother revealed he had been bullied for years and urged her fellow parents to teach their children to be kind.

Austin Pendergrass, 13, took his own life in a bathroom at Wendell Middle School on Tuesday on his first day of eighth-grade.

He was found dead by two students, prompting school officials to send everyone home, claiming there was a ‘medical crisis.’

Pendergrass’ family has now confirmed he died of suicide after years of bullying.

‘It was so bad last year with kids just taunting him, hurting him,’ family friend Jalia Harris said in a video taken at a vigil Wednesday night.

He was able to enjoy the summer, his mom told WRAL, but as soon as he went back to school on Tuesday, the bullying started again. 

Oberlin College pays out FULL $36.5m it owes to bakery

Oberlin College had tried to appeal the case to the Ohio Supreme Court, which announced on August 30 it would not take up the issue.

Finally, in a statement on Thursday, the college announced it ‘has initiated payment in full of the $36.59 million judgment in the Gibson’s Bakery case and is awaiting payment information from the plaintiffs.

‘This amount represents awarded damages and accumulated interest, and therefore no further payments are required.’

The statement continued to say that while school officials are ‘disappointed by the Court’s decision… We hope that the end of the litigation will begin the healing of our entire community.’ 

As monkeypox remains high among gay men, White House argues virus is ‘not linked to an identity’

Health authorities have noted that, where data are available, the overwhelming majority of cases of monkeypox have arisen among gay men and the slightly larger overall demographic of “men who have sex with men.”

The most recent California Department of Public Health data, for instance, indicates that 97% of cases are made up of men, and 94% of those are either gay or bisexual men.

Data out of Los Angeles County, meanwhile, lists 98% of cases there as being among men, with just 4% of cases identifying as heterosexual. 

Daskalakis conceded that public health messaging should give some weight to the prevalence of the virus within the gay male community. 

Boy Scouts to exit bankruptcy after $2.46bn sex abuse settlement approved

A statue stands outside the Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas. Photograph: LM Otero/AP
A statue stands outside the Boy Scouts of America headquarters in Irving, Texas. Photograph: LM Otero/AP

The biggest change in the amended plan was the removal of a $250m settlement payment from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which Silverstein refused to approve.

Silverstein said that part of that settlement proposal went too far in attempting to protect the Mormon church from abuse claims that were only loosely connected to scouting activities.

The Irving, Texas-based organization, has said the reorganization will allow it to continue its scouting mission free from the threat of costly litigation.

Concealed-carry hero takes out shooter who seriously wounded him, killed two at party: ‘If I didn’t have my gun, everyone in the house would have died’

Image source: YouTube screenshot
Image source: YouTube screenshot

A bullet tore through Raul Mendez’s left eye amid a deadly rampage at a Fourth of July party in Arizona this summer, covering his face with blood and rendering him unconscious.

But Mendez told Fox News that with God’s help, he soon opened his eyes amid screaming from other partygoers — and then he got up, pulled out his concealed handgun, and fatally shot the suspect before he could kill or wound any more people.

“If I didn’t have my gun, everyone in the house would have died,” Mendez said in a National Rifle Association video about the incident. “The news vans would’ve been front and center. But because I did, you never even heard about it.”

Second Saskatchewan stabbing spree suspect had ‘medical distress’ and died in police custody, was previously released by parole board despite 59 criminal convictions

LARS HAGBERG/AFP via Getty Images
LARS HAGBERG/AFP via Getty Images

Myles and his brother Damien Sanderson are accused of one of the bloodiest attacks in Canadian history. In and around an indigenous community in Saskatchewan, 10 people were stabbed to death on Sunday.

The victims’ ages ranged from 23 to 78 years old, according to the Saskatchewan Coroner’s Service.

There were 18 people injured in the stabbing attack. There are still 10 victims who remain in the hospital – two patients are in critical condition and eight are in stable condition, the Saskatchewan Health Authority confirmed.

There were 18 people injured in the stabbing attack. There are still 10 victims who remain in the hospital – two patients are in critical condition and eight are in stable condition, the Saskatchewan Health Authority confirmed.

BlackRock Scrambles To Clarify Stance On Climate-Focused Investing

(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

The Republican attorneys generals expressed skepticism concerning McCombe’s claims that BlackRock remains neutral on the use of fossil fuels and assurances that BlackRock does not place its climate agenda over its duties to its clients. The attorneys general asserted that McCombe’s guarantees are in conflict with BlackRock’s commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.

“Every company and every industry will be transformed by the transition to a net zero world,” BlackRock CEO Larry Fink stated in a 2022 letter to CEOs. “The question is, will you lead, or will you be led?”

BlackRock’s move to clarify its investment strategies and climate agenda comes amid a recent crackdown on ESG investing in Republican-run states. Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida banned state fund managers from considering ESG standards when managing state funds on Aug. 23.

Texas also declared in August that BlackRock boycotts the fossil fuel industry and moved to remove state pension funds, worth billions of dollars, from the company’s management, according to The Financial Times.

CBP arrests 7 gang members, intercepts 825 lbs. of fentanyl, meth at border

Video released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection acting Director of Field Operations for San Diego Field Office showed methamphetamine seized at the border in San Diego. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)
Video released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection acting Director of Field Operations for San Diego Field Office showed methamphetamine seized at the border in San Diego. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Over the course of one week, Customs and Border Protection officers at the Calexico and Andrade ports of entry in San Diego stopped seven different drug trafficking attempts. 

The total worth of the intercepted substances is approximately $3 million. 

Separately, Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol captured seven gang members and two sex offenders in the Rio Grande Valley Sector, and apprehended a migrant previously convicted of assaulting a minor.

The massive haul of narcotics, mostly methamphetamine and fentanyl, weighed a combined 825 pounds.

From Aug. 20 to 27, CBP agents seized 656 packages of meth and fentanyl. Authorities caught attempted drug traffickers via visual inspections, canine screening and the ports’ imaging systems.

Texas deputies arrest 2 in $43K drug bust, including active gang member: authorities

Jody Martinez, 46, pictured left, and Sahara Martin, 28, both face multiple felony drug charges. (Bexar County Sheriff's Office)
Jody Martinez, 46, pictured left, and Sahara Martin, 28, both face multiple felony drug charges. (Bexar County Sheriff’s Office)

The drug bust happened on Aug. 19 in San Antonio after an organized crime task force executed a search warrant in the 5000 block of Beryl Cove, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said.

During the raid, the sheriff’s office said that deputies spotted a woman, later identified as 28-year-old Sahara Martin, fleeing from the back of the residence and throwing two large bags over the fence.

Inside the residence, authorities said they located 45-year-old Jody Martinez, whom they described as an active gang member, along with large quantities of drugs, two handguns and a stolen motorcycle.

FBI says New York migrant gang MS-13 trying to ‘rebuild’ after indictment update for string of machete murders

(Kathy Kmonicek/Newsday RM via Getty Images)
(Kathy Kmonicek/Newsday RM via Getty Images)

In federal court in Central Islip, a 29-count superseding indictment was unsealed charging eight members and associates of the violent transnational criminal organization Mara Salvatrucha, known as the “MS-13,” with multiple racketeering offenses, including predicate racketeering acts involving murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder and related narcotics and firearms offenses.

The murders included the shooting of a 27-year-old suspected rival Bloods gang member Marcus Bohannon on a street in Central Islip in 2016. 

The superseding indictment cites brutal separate 2016 machete hacking deaths of suspected rival 18th Street gang members Kerin Pineda and Javier Castillo allegedly each lured into the woods or isolated marsh areas before being fatally slashed by a group of MS-13 members lying in wait who then buried the bodies in holes. 

Deputy Shoots Suspect Charging Toward Him With a Screwdriver

Officer Patton’s body camera footage shows the male with a screwdriver in his right hand advancing towards Officer Patton in a threatening manner.

Officer Patton then drew his Taser and the male fled away from him across the street. Deputies McCabe and Harvey with the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office arrived at that time.

The Officer and Deputies gave several commands for the man to drop the screwdriver.

Biden admin announces $2.6 billion in additional military funding for Ukraine, Europe

Ukrainian soldiers fire at Russian positions from a U.S.-supplied M777 howitzer in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region June 18, 2022. U.S. officials will send another $450 million in military aid to Ukraine. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky, File)
Ukrainian soldiers fire at Russian positions from a U.S.-supplied M777 howitzer in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region June 18, 2022. U.S. officials will send another $450 million in military aid to Ukraine. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky, File)

The U.S. will provide a total of $2 billion in additional military funding for Ukraine and 18 other European countries deemed to face threats from Russia, President Biden’s administration announced Thursday.

The package will focus on long-term military support rather than the ammunition and equipment included in past aid packages, the administration says. Secretary of State Antony Blinken made the announcement Thursday morning, just minutes after Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced a separate $675 million package of military equipment for Ukraine.

Austin is in Germany meeting with the Ukraine Defense Contact Group throughout Thursday. That package includes more traditional military aid, including artillery munitions, Humvees and armored ambulances, among other things. 

TX AG Ken Paxton on the rising death count under Biden’s open border policies

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on the state of border security and the rising death count under President Biden’s open border policies: “This is not humanitarian.

This is about a policy designed to accomplish a mission, which is get more immigrants here to vote.”

Democratic Las Vegas official arrested in murder of journalist Jeff German: report

Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, right, talks to Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German in his Las Vegas office on May 11, 2022. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)
Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, right, talks to Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German in his Las Vegas office on May 11, 2022. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)

Police arrested Telles, 45, a day after releasing photos of the suspect and the suspect’s vehicle, as the Las Vegas Review-Journal, where German worked since 2010, first reported.

LVMPD said Wednesday evening that they had taken the suspect into custody but did not release the suspect’s identity or respond to inquiries from Fox News Digital.

German had recently written about allegations of a hostile work environment in Telles’ office. The public administrator had lost his bid for reelection in June after German published his findings, the outlet reported.

Memphis police arrest suspect accused of deadly shooting spree

Officials arrested 19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly, who allegedly livestreamed his shooting spree on Facebook.

Memphis reporter breaks down while covering shooting spree: City ‘is tired right now’

Action News 5’s Joyce Peterson let out a sigh before making the remark prior to the arrest of suspect Ezekiel Kelly, a 19-year-old who is also accused of two armed carjackings that happened as he attempted to flee from police

“Memphis is tired right now. Yeah, I’m good. I’m with you all,” an emotional Peterson said on-air. “Memphis is tired right now, the Eliza Fletcher kidnapping, and abduction and murder. The other crimes we have had this year leading up to this, it’s difficult right now, bear with me, it’s a very nerve-wracking night…” 

In the Eliza Fletcher case, the Tennessee mother was abducted while jogging in Memphis on Sept. 2. Her body later was found Tuesday. 

Anti-Defamation League launches review of education content after Fox News Digital investigation

Jonathan Greenblatt, Anti-Defamation League CEO and national director, (Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Jonathan Greenblatt, Anti-Defamation League CEO and national director, (Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

A Fox News Digital investigation found that the ADL — which was originally founded more than 100 years ago to combat the anti-Semitic defamation of American Jews — included concepts from critical race theory (CRT) as well as far-left ideas within its education wing.

In a statement to Fox News Digital, an ADL spokesperson stated that they don’t teach critical race theory but admitted how some of their curriculum materials are “misaligned” with their values:

The reach of the ADL’s education wing is expansive. According to the ADL’s website, in 2021, more than 46,000 educators participated in its anti-bias training and 4.8 million K-12 students were reached through its education tools and programs.

Districts around the country pay the ADL’s World of a Difference Institute Training Program tens of thousands of dollars for its anti-bias training.The information from this article was found in the ADL Education’s lesson plans, which are available online for teachers to voluntarily use. 

Education Discrimination Exposed By Project Veritas

When it comes to indoctrinating our nation’s youth, the Progressive Left is evil and relentless. Need proof?

Join Mark as he takes you inside Project Veritas’ latest blockbuster undercover video, exposing an Assistant Principal’s efforts to defy parents, brazenly discriminate against conservatives and Catholics, and politically seduce our nation’s youth.

It’s a secret agenda that will make you shudder.

California high school teacher boasts ‘queer library’ with material on orgies and BDSM/kink

Teacher named 'Flint' brags about a 'Queer Library on TikTok. (Screenshot/TikTok)
Teacher named ‘Flint’ brags about a ‘Queer Library on TikTok. (Screenshot/TikTok)

 A California teacher in the Capistrano school district posted about a “queer library” in her classroom that was filled with over 100 books – some of which contained sex imagery, information on orgies, sex parties and BDSM.

The teacher at San Juan Hills High School, identified on the shool’s website as Danielle Serio, is known as “Flint.” Flint posted repeatedly on TikTok about books in the “queer library” and said it was available to students and has been active for five years. 

One of the books, “Juliet Takes a Breath” by Gabby Rivera, contains extremely graphic imagery of sex between women. 

“Everything you Ever Wanted to Know About Being Trans…” discusses BDSM, fetishes and a kink social media networking site. 

LGBTQ month canceled in Miami-Dade schools, board will ‘follow the law,” enacted by GOP Gov DeSantis

The Miami-Dade County Public Schools board has voted against a proposal to observe October as LGBTQ History Month, following the state’s recently enacted Parental Rights in Education law that prohibiting K through third-grade teachers giving lessons on “sexual orientation” or “gender identity.”

The measure – which critics and others frequently refer to as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill – was signed into law in March by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis.

The board voted 8-1 on Wednesday to have schools not observe the history month. The only vote in support of the proposal came from sponsor Lucia Baez-Geller, NBC Miami reported. 

School hosts LGBT club for 4-year-olds

Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) kicked off its first “Rainbow Club” meeting of the year on Wednesday, a club targeting LGBTQ elementary school students, according to the school’s website.

The club, aimed at students as young as transitional kindergarten and their “loved ones,” is offered district wide with a virtual option available.

The club meets each week for an hour over a 10-week period, the website stated. For 15 minutes before each meeting, parents and “other interested adults” are allowed to come ask questions about the group.

Out Safe Schools, a group that works to train “administrators and school staff to be visible LGBTQIA+ allies,” is promoted on the poster for the event.

Kari Lake Masterfully SCHOOLS Another Reporter in One Minute

Hunter Biden said he would be ‘happy’ to introduce business associates to top CCP official

Hunter Biden said in a 2014 email that he would be "happy" to introduce his business associates to a top Chinese Communist Party official to discuss potential investments. (Photo by Teresa Kroeger/Getty Images)
Hunter Biden said in a 2014 email that he would be “happy” to introduce his business associates to a top Chinese Communist Party official to discuss potential investments. (Photo by Teresa Kroeger/Getty Images)

The emails underscore the extent to which Hunter was willing to use his political connections to aid his business associates in their pursuit of business in China. 

James Bulger, the namesake nephew of Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger, asked Hunter in an email on July 22, 2014, to introduce his business partners to Tung Chee-hwa, a billionaire and first chief executive of Hong Kong who was serving as the vice-chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in 2014.

The CPPCC is the “key mechanism for multi-party cooperation and political consultation” under the leadership of the CCP, according to the CPPCC website.

“It is my understanding that during the trip to Beijing that you made with your father, President Xi hosted a welcome dinner,” Bulger wrote. “[A]t that dinner, you were seated right next to Mr Tung, therefore J and Andy believe it would be very helpful if you could please send a brief email to Mr Tung laying out that you are a partner and Board Member of BHR and that You would be grateful to Mr Tung if he could meet your local partners to discuss the Fund.”

“Please let me know if you can introduce these two to Mr Tung by email it is very important to our BHR intiative [sic] at this moment,” Bulger stressed.

Lara Trump: Biden could be compromised by Hunter’s business dealings

Fox News contributor Lara Trump weighs in on the latest report on Hunter Biden’s ties to China.


Why Hasn’t Mitch McConnell Put America’s Security Interests Ahead Of Ukraine’s?


Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell thinks Democrats should stop splurging Americans’ tax dollars on policies that don’t help with problems such as the U.S.-Mexico border, but it is McConnell who needs to stop pretending he’s powerless to curb the southern border crisis while funneling billions to Ukraine.

McConnell is not ignorant about the unmitigated calamity that is the U.S.-Mexico border, nor is he unaware of how that is affecting the entire nation.

He even mentioned in his speech that it’s President Joe Biden’s “failed border policies” that “have Customs and Border Protection encountering 200 percent more fentanyl and apprehending the most illegal immigrants they’ve seen in more than 20 years.”

As the GOP leader put it in his recent speech, “Americans may want their leaders to cut inflation, fight crime and drugs, and secure the border, but Democrats just spent hundreds of billions of dollars of the people’s money doing precisely none of that.”

You know who else is wasting billions of dollars of the people’s money on causes other than securing America’s borders?

McConnell and his fellow swamp creatures who seem to have no qualms with sending endless funds, some of which are designated for U.S. weaponry that will likely end up on the Eastern European black market, to Ukraine.

‘Do You Disagree With That Statement?’: John Kennedy Presses Biden Judicial Nominee On Old Quote

‘Did You Say That?’: John Kennedy Questions Biden Nominee About Past Statements On Policing

Sep 7, 2022: At today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) questioned Kelley Brisbon Hodge, nominee to be United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, about her past statements on policing.

Hillary Clinton: Best Thing For US Is For Every GOP Candidate At Every Must Lose

Hillary Clinton tells “Forbes Newsroom” that every GOP candidate for office must lose to end Trumpism in their party.

Tucker Carlson: They’re telling us to shut up about this

‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host on AOC’s statements that America hates women and his upcoming Fox Nation special, ‘Transgressive.’

Biden admin finalizes rule to ignore immigrants’ use of SNAP, Medicaid when considering green card requests

 ((Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images))
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas  ((Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images))

The rule, which will go into effect in December, will codify guidance put in place during the Clinton administration and would depart significantly from a now-reversed Trump-era rule issued in 2019 that significantly expanded the forms of welfare that would mark an immigrant as a “public charge.”

The Biden rule would mean that green card applicants would only be considered a public charge “if they are likely at any time to become primarily dependent on the government” for help. Reliance on Supplemental Security Income (SSI), cash assistance under Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and state, tribal and local cash assistance for income maintenance would still be considered when making that assessment.

However, immigrants would be able to receive benefits that were ruled out by the Trump-era rule, including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or food stamps, housing vouchers and Medicaid benefits. The Trump rule, which is no longer in effect, defined “public charge” as an immigrant who receives one or more designated public benefits for more than 12 months within a 36-month period.

Tucker Carlson: This is shocking

Fox News host Tucker Carlson rips Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s policies on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

World News:

MUST SEE: A Double Rainbow Is Seen Over Buckingham Palace Following The Death Of Queen Elizabeth II

Jerusalem rejects Washington’s input into IDF directives; Uptick in WB terror -TV7 Israel News 08.09

1) Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz holds a series of situation assessments amid an uptick in Palestinian acts of terror throughout the West Bank regions of Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley.

2) Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid highlights Jerusalem unequivocal backing to IDF’s freedom of operational considerations – amid U.S. calls for a review of the Israeli military’s rules of engagement.

3) The Pentagon cannot confirm whether Iran stole cameras which went missing from U.S. Naval sail-drones which the IRGC attempted to steal before U.S. Navy Destroyers intervened.

Rockets From Israel vs Rockets From Hamas

Who is really responsible for the suffering of those who live in Gaza? While Israel uses rockets in defense of its people, terrorist group Hamas hides behind civilians. Why does the media try so hard to twist this reality?

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, dies aged 96

Queen Elizabeth II in her robes on the occasion of her coronation in June 1953. Photograph: Cecil Beaton/Camera Press
Queen Elizabeth II in her robes on the occasion of her coronation in June 1953. Photograph: Cecil Beaton/Camera Press

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch in British history, has died at the age of 96.

Prince Charles, 73, heir to the throne since the age of three, is now king, and will be officially proclaimed so at St James’s Palace in London as soon as practicably possible.

In a statement, Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and the Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”

Flags on landmark buildings in Britainwere being lowered to as a period of official mourning was announced.

We’ve Seen This One Before! — EU: We Must “Flatten the Curve” on Peak Electricity Use

President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen announced Wednesday that the commission would be setting goals of cutting peak electricity use of member states to combat the crisis of increasing electric costs — a crisis that she blamed, in part, on Russia.

World is not going through an energy crisis but a ‘crisis of common sense’

NSW could have ‘blackouts on the cards’ in 2025: Latham

NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham says after 2025, New South Wales will have “blackouts on the cards” with an electricity supply shortfall. “This is a product of the delays in the Snowy 2.0,” he told Sky News host Paul Murray.

65M in 33 Chinese Cities Under Lockdown; US Test Launches Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

An Air Force general is warning the United States would make a #ChineseInvasion of Taiwan Beijing’s most difficult battle.

A $30 million #Donation is given, all for Taiwan’s civilian defense programs. The Taiwanese businessman making the donation is giving up his foreign citizenship in favor of the island.

China is fearing for its economy. But there’s still no end in sight for the country’s “zero-COVID-19” policy.

Because of the strategy, 65 million are under full or semi-lockdown.

Reports from western China’s recent #Earthquake are in. Dozens were found dead, with more still missing. Survivors say they were stopped from fleeing to safety when they tried to leave their buildings.


Expert gives SCARY predictions for if ENERGY CRISIS WORSENS

If our energy crisis continues to worsen, what will life be like in 2, or even 4 years?

Energy expert Alex Epstein, author of ‘Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas—Not Less,’ tells Glenn there are two possible scenarios — one that could result in economies crashing throughout the world, and another that could result in increased power for China and Russia.

He explains it all in this clip, plus Epstein explains why fossil fuels actually have HUGE benefits, despite what the far-left may claim…

Interview with an Apostate – Annie Cyrus

In a properly functioning civilization, there are public institutions that are supposed to educate us and protect us from our enemies. But we live in a decayed civilization where these institutions don’t function.

So, we have fear of the violence from jihad. It is this fear that makes us flee from learning about and dealing with the foundations of Political Islam.

There are a few brave and hardworking fighters that face this fear and continue to speak out and educate us. One of these heroes is an apostate, Annie Cyrus. Here is my interview with her.

Neil Oliver – ‘…no leader and their government is above the law…’ – Podcast episode 33

In this episode Neil unfolds a profound document that helped shape rights, freedoms & history around the world.

Could Pelosi look to an Italian ambassadorship?: Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld and guests discuss the possibility of Nancy Pelosi seeking Italian ambassadorship if GOP regains control of the House on ‘Gutfeld!

Climate Catastrophe Headlines – a ‘slow read’ of CLINTEL – Things are Getting Better

In the wake of some media controversy over The Daily Skeptic’s publication of a story about CLINTEL, titled: “1,200 Scientists and Professionals say there’s No Climate Emergency”, we produced a short video focusing on one of Clintel’s statements that “Global warming has not increased natural disasters.”