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Sep 25 06:16

Sins of the sex-obsessed Jesus of Siberia: He's the ex-traffic cop who declared himself the Son of God and mesmerised 50,000 followers. But after his arrest this week, it turned out he's not the Messiah - just a very naughty boy

SergeI Torop got a rude awakening this week when the Russian secret police mounted a dawn raid on his home in a remote part of Siberia.

Sep 25 06:15

Thailand's King and Queen attend national celebrations as monarch who reinstated his concubine just weeks ago returns to the country amid protests over his rule after he spent months with 'sex soldiers' in Germany

Thailand's king and queen have attended celebrations at a hospital as crop-top-wearing protesters mocked his clothing and called for his power to be reduced.

Sep 25 06:13

Hacked Software Provider Won't Say if Ransomware Involved

A day after informing customers that it had been hacked by an unknown intruder, a major U.S. provider of software services to state and local governments said the impact appeared limited.

Brett Callow, an analyst with the cybersecurity firm Emsisoft, said Tyler may have been hit with the same ransomware that struck the Texas Department of Transportation, based on an encrypted file uploaded to the Google-owned malware identification service VirusTotal in June that included “tylertech" in the file name.

Sep 25 06:12

Trump Accuses Biden Of Launching An 'Anti-Police Crusade' And Surrendering To 'Flag Burners And Rioters' As He Slams Democrat After Two Cops Were Shot During BLM Unrest In Louisville

President Donald Trump went full 'law and order' at his rally Thursday night in Jacksonville, Florida accusing his rival Democratic Joe Biden of going on an 'anti-police crusade' and calling law enforcement the 'enemy.'

Sep 25 06:10

Kentucky lawmaker who proposed 'Breonna's law' to stop 'no-knock' warrants is arrested for rioting as Louisville is rocked by a second night of unrest and BLM mob occupies a church for sanctuary after curfew

A Kentucky Democrat who proposed 'Breonna's law' legislation that would ban the use of no-knock warrants across the state was arrested while protesting in Louisville on Thursday night and charged with rioting.

Sep 25 06:10

EXCLUSIVE - Hazmat-suited officials detain BA cabin crew in Hong Kong forcing them into coronavirus quarantine camp after one of them tests positive... but the pilots are allowed to jet home

British Airways cabin crew have been detained by hazmat-suited officials in Hong Kong after one of them tested positive for coronavirus.

Sep 25 06:08

NYC threatens to SHUT non-essential businesses in neighborhoods where COVID-19 cases are on the rise

The New York City Health Department has threatened to crack down on six neighborhoods where COVID-19 cases are on the rise.

Sep 25 06:06

Kentucky lawmaker who proposed 'Breonna's law' to stop 'no-knock' warrants is arrested for rioting as Louisville is rocked by a second night of unrest and BLM mob occupies a church for sanctuary after curfew

A Kentucky Democrat who proposed 'Breonna's law' legislation that would ban the use of no-knock warrants across the state was arrested while protesting in Louisville on Thursday night and charged with rioting.

Sep 25 06:06

Sounds familiar! 1918 newspapers reveal dating advice given during the Spanish flu pandemic - with experts warning people to wear masks during sex and kiss through handkerchiefs

The coronavirus pandemic has meant a lot of changes for singletons who are actively dating, with health experts warning everyone to limit their physical contact with people they don't live with.

Sep 25 06:05

The FBI is to investigate the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy as he reversed a vehicle out his family's garage in the US state of Kansas. A police officer fired 13 shots, killing John Albers, 17, on 20 January 2018 in a Kansas City suburb. Police

The FBI is to investigate the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy as he reversed a vehicle out his family's garage in the US state of Kansas.

A police officer fired 13 shots, killing John Albers, 17, on 20 January 2018 in a Kansas City suburb.

Police had been called to check on the boy, who had ADHD, after his online posts prompted fears for his safety.
The boy's mother, Sheila Albers, sued Overland Park for violating her son's constitutional rights, and the city last year settled the wrongful death lawsuit for $2.3m.
Mrs Albers told KCUR in Kansas City last year: "We left the house at about 5:10 and John was dead by 5:50.

"If you were there to prevent a suicide, why would you draw your gun?"

Sep 25 06:03

Violent clashes break out in Seattle, crowds occupy St Louis freeway and NYC demonstrators demand to defund the police as BLM supporters take to the streets across the nation for a second night of Breonna Taylor protests

Protesters fought running battles with police on bicycles and blocked off intersections by setting dumpsters ablaze in Seattle last night as nationwide protests continued for a second night.

Sep 25 06:03

'I was taught in the schools and churches of Kentucky': George Clooney fires back at Kentucky AG who criticized celebs for commenting on Breonna Taylor case having never lived in the state

Celebrities reacted with outrage to a Kentucky grand jury's decision to indict only one of the police officers being investigated for their roles in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

Sep 25 05:59

PICTURED: Two Louisville cops shot by gunman as suspect is charged with 'wanton endangerment' - the same charge issued against Breonna Taylor cop - and not attempted murder despite 'intentionally firing' at them

The two Louisville cops shot during protests over the Kentucky grand jury's decision not to bring murder charges against the officers involved in Breonna's Taylor's death have been identified, as the suspected gunman faces charges for wanton endangerment.

Sep 25 05:58

The sky-high cost of tour that tore Royal Family apart: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's African trip cost £245,000 making it the most expensive jaunt by The Firm last year, as total travel bill hits £5.3m

Harry and Meghan's last official tour as members of the Royal Family cost British taxpayers almost a quarter of a million pounds, official accounts reveal today.

Sep 25 05:58

Plug-in hybrids are a 'wolf in sheep's clothing'

Carbon dioxide emissions from plug-in hybrid cars are as much as two-and-a-half times higher than official tests suggest, according to new research.

Plug-in hybrid vehicles are powered by an electric motor using a battery that is recharged by being plugged in or via an on-board petrol or diesel engine.

They account for 3% of new car sales.

But analysis from pressure groups Transport and Environment and Greenpeace suggest they emit an average of 120g of CO2 per km.

That compares with the 44g per km in official "lab" tests

Sep 25 05:55

'Sex-for-roles' actress Charlotte Kirk files lawsuit against three Hollywood movie moguls to lift gag order over 2013 incident where she claims 'she was forced into having non-consensual sex with Warner Bros. CEO to seal $450M financing deal'

British actress Charlotte Kirk has filed a secret lawsuit against three Hollywood producers in an attempt to lift a gag order relating to a 2013 incident in which she claims she was forced into having non-consensual sex to secure a film financing deal.

Sep 25 05:55

Woman, 24, sues Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin after she was left with brain injuries when she was hit by a chair that flew off the 12th-story balcony of his Manhattan penthouse

A woman has sued a Philadelphia 76ers co-owner after she was left with brain injuries when she was hit by a chair that flew off his penthouse balcony in Manhattan earlier this year.

Sep 25 05:53

'Send me a text!' Barack Obama gives out his 'phone number' to the American public asking them to sound off on the 2020 election - and promises to write back

President Barack Obama gave out his 'phone number' to the American people, asking that they send him a text.

Sep 25 05:52

Amish brothers, 22 and 18, who admitted they and their two younger siblings had sex with their 13-year-old sister and got her pregnant AVOID jail time because prosecutors feared they would 'be eaten alive' behind bars

Two Amish brothers who admitted to having sex with their 13-year-old sister have avoided jail time after prosecutors raised concerns that they would 'be eaten alive' if they were behind bars.

Sep 25 05:51

California plans 2035 ban on the sale of new gasoline powered passenger cars and trucks

California plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035 as the top U.S. auto market shifts to electric vehicles to reduce climate-warming emissions, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Wednesday.

The move is the most significant yet by a U.S. state aimed at ending the use of fossil fuel-burning internal combustion engines, and clashes with the pro-fossil fuel policies of President Donald Trump’s White House.

Sep 25 05:50

'Tucker Carlson Tonight' airs never-before-seen footage from deadly Kenosha shooting

Newly released video footage from the night Illinois teenager Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed two people during unrest in Kenosha, Wis. last month could support the claim that the 17-year-old was being attacked by demonstrators and acted in self-defense.

The footage, provided by a nonprofit organization affiliated with Rittenhouse's defense attorney, was shown on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday and raises questions about the events that led up to the Aug. 28 shooting.

Sep 25 05:49

Russia Calls Upon OPCW To Release Data On Navalny ‘Poisoning’ As Germany Provides ZERO Credible Evidence

Russia’s mission to the OPCW asked Germany to provide all data related to the alleged poisoning of Alexey Navalny and to make it public. After Berlin refused to share any data related to the Navalny affair with Moscow, sending it to the OPCW instead, Russia has reached out to Germany through the organization, the permanent envoy to the chemical weapons watchdog, Aleksandr Shulgin, told RT.

Sep 25 05:49

World's Coolest Cop? Masked BLM Agitators Hurl Insults And Threaten Life Of Black LAPD Officer During Breonna Taylor Protest

A black police officer at a Black Lives Matter rally maintained his composure as demonstrators hurled profanities and taunts at the cop.

Sep 25 05:48

Facebook Is Set To Launch Its Oversight Board Ahead Of The US Presidential Election That Will Overrule Decisions About Content On The Platform

Facebook announced its Oversight Board, which will rule over what is allowed or removed from the platform, is launching in October.

Sep 25 05:46

Russian spy who was accused of murdering Alexander Litvinenko is tasked with heading up the probe into Alexei Navalny's poisoning

The Russian spy who was accused of killing Alexander Litvinenko has been given a major role in the investigation into Alexei Navalny's poisoning.

Sep 25 05:46

Google services including Gmail and Youtube crash for more than 20 MINUTES across the US sparking tens of thousands of complaints

Google platforms including Gmail and YouTube temporarily went down across the United States on Thursday evening, sparking tens of thousands of complaints.

Sep 25 05:45

Fox News won a court case by 'persuasively' arguing that no 'reasonable viewer' takes Tucker Carlson seriously

The judge agreed with Fox's premise, adding that the network "persuasively argues ... that given Mr. Carlson's reputation, any reasonable viewer 'arrive[s] with an appropriate amount of skepticism' about the statements he makes

Sep 25 05:44

Killed by LICORICE: Construction worker, 54, died after eating a bag and a half of the black candy every day for weeks causing his heart to stop, report reveals

A construction worker died after eating too much licorice which caused his heart to stop, doctors say.

The Massachusetts man died aged 54 after eating a bag and a half of licorice every day for several weeks, throwing his nutrients out of balance.

Sep 25 05:44

Shocking moment woman is tased and arrested for not wearing a face mask at a middle school football game in Ohio

An Ohio woman at a middle school football game was tasered and arrested by a police officer for not wearing a face mask in the bleachers.

Sep 25 05:42

Law school grad Tiffany Trump wears an all-black outfit and face mask as she pays her respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court - after calling the late justice a 'trailblazer for women in the legal field'

Tiffany Trump paid her respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday after calling her a 'trailblazer for women in the legal field' in a social media tribute.

Sep 25 05:42

'We're getting fat, and we're getting sicker': Whole Foods CEO says COVID deaths are higher in the US because Americans are piling on the pounds

The CEO of Whole Foods Market says the US is experiencing more COVID-19-related deaths because Americans are fatter and unhealthier than the rest of the world.

Sep 25 05:40

Two dead and 50 infected with COVID-19 after superspreader karaoke night in Florida

Two people are dead and at least 50 Floridians are infected with COVID-19 after a social club hosted a series of 'superspreader' events in August.

Sep 25 05:39

Move it or lose it! Seattle cop wheels a bike over the HEAD of a protester lying in the middle of road during Breonna Taylor demo

A Seattle cop was caught on cellphone footage violently pushing a bike over the head of a protester Wednesday night, as demonstrations erupted nationwide in the wake of the grand jury decision to not bring murder charges against officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.

Sep 25 05:39

First coronavirus vaccine will not be a 'silver bullet', is unlikely to stop people catching the disease and may only reduce symptoms, scientists warn government

Experts advising the government say that it may only reduce people's symptoms
They said it may be partially effective and stressed caution when it is rolled out
Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has set the bar at 40 to 60 per cent efficiency

Sep 25 05:38

The sky-high cost of tour that tore Royal Family apart: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's African trip cost £245,000 making it the most expensive jaunt by The Firm last year, as total travel bill hits £5.3m

The trip to South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi had been billed as one of showpiece events of the year
But couple left months of work by staff and diplomats in tatters after they launched a rebuke against the press

Sep 25 05:37

That's definitely worse than a hangover! People reveal their biggest drunken regrets - from 'washing' sheets in the toilet to setting a passport on FIRE

People from around the world revealed their biggest regrets from getting drunk
Posting on Whisper, many said they've tried to make a romantic move on a friend
One person wet the bed and mistook the toilet for being the washing machine

Sep 25 05:37

Julian Assange binge-watched footage of war criminal killing himself in court after losing his case, extradition hearing is told

Julian Assange 'binge-watched' footage of a war criminal killing himself in court after losing his case, a witness has said.

Sep 25 05:32

Hollywood EXPOSED! Every name that visited Epstien Island under fire!? Celebrities on the run?!

Sep 25 05:32

Judge Jeanine: The American people see through Democrats' lies

Sep 25 05:31

Jeanine Pirro On What's Happening In The Streets Of America

Sep 25 05:31

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China's New York consulate is a spy hub and warns more arrests could be made after Tibetan-born NYPD cop was charged with being a Chinese 'intelligence asset'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China's New York consulate is a major spy hub after a New York City police officer was charged this week with spying for the Chinese government.

Sep 25 05:31

Mom dresses her two boys in RBG's signature collar to pay respects to the women's rights icon at the Supreme Court

A mother dressed her kids up in a makeshift version of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's signature collar to pay their respects to the late judge outside the Supreme Court.

Sep 25 05:28

China's vast network of 're-education camps' and prisons where hundreds of thousands of Uyghur Muslims are detained is growing, new Australian mapping project reveals

The largest and most extensive database of China's brutal 're-education camps' has been mapped by a team of Australian researchers.

Sep 25 05:28

Grandmother, 78, holds man up with a SHOTGUN after she catches him trying to break into her house in the middle of the night

A Washington state grandmother has been hailed a hero for holding a man at gunpoint after he tried to burglarize her house.

Sep 25 05:15

US President Donald Trump offers help on India-China border tensions — again

His new comments come on the heels of India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar, calling the five-month-long stand-off at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) between India and China “unprecedented.”

Speaking at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Development Impact Summit, Jaishankar said the border tensions were only one part of a much bigger picture.

Sep 25 03:48

Policewoman, 32, and married officer, 35, are sacked over secret sex flings while they were meant to be on duty – after top brass used GPS to track their squad cars to her home address

Zoe Phillips and Andrew Perry resigned from Gwent Police as affair came to light
Pair barred from force after panel ruled actions amounted to gross misconduct
The officers' trysts were snared after an anonymous tip-off made to the force

Sep 25 00:28

A voting advocacy group recorded over 40,000 new voter registrations in the 2 days after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“I do think that the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has galvanized eligible voters, in particular, who understand the role of the Supreme Court and are concerned about the future of civil rights,” Carolyn DeWitt, president of Rock the Vote, told CNBC on Tuesday.

Sep 24 22:59

Pelosi not considering another Trump impeachment: ‘I don’t think he’s worth the trouble at this point

Comments came on one-year anniversary of Pelosi announcing the first impeachment inquiry

Sep 24 22:09

Democrats Pivot To In-Person Voting, Fear Mail-In Could Lead To Problems

Democratic politicians and groups are beginning to push voters to vote in person or hand deliver their absentee ballots as concerns grow over what a flood of mail-in ballots may mean for the election.

Sep 24 22:09

‘It’s Good For Business’: Berkeley To Ban Junk Food From Grocery Store Check-Out Line Shelves

The Berkeley City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to ban grocery stores from displaying junk food, sugary drinks, and other processed foods in store check-out lines, where shoppers are tempted to make final impulse purchases before paying.

Sep 24 22:08

Charles Barkley blasts movement to defund police: 'Who are black people supposed to call? Ghostbusters?'

NBA legend Charles Barkley says he is not a fan of the political movement pushing for the defunding of police departments, arguing Thursday that pulling officers off the streets would hurt lower income black communities the most while asking, "Who are black people supposed to call? Ghostbusters?"

Sep 24 22:02

Investigation Launched After Absentee Ballots Found Along Road In Swing State, Report Says

The U.S. Postal Service has reportedly launched an investigation after mail—including absentee ballots—were discovered this week along a road in the swing state of Wisconsin.

Sep 24 22:01

Pelosi on prospect of another Trump impeachment: 'I don't think he's worth the trouble at this point'

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) signaled Thursday that Democrats would not pursue impeaching President Donald Trump again with Election Day so close on the horizon, telling reporters, "I don't think he's worth the trouble at this point."

Sep 24 21:59

Louisville church offers safe haven to protesters from police after curfew begins; white people told to get 'the f*** out!'

A church in Louisville, Kentucky, opened its doors and offered safe haven to protesters who would otherwise be arrested after a police curfew began.

Sep 24 21:19

Larynzo D. Johnson Charged in Shooting of Two Louisville Officers During Black Lives Matter Riot

Larynzo Johnson, 26, was arrested and charged with two counts of assault on a police officer and 14 counts of wanton endangerment for allegedly shooting two cops during a Black Lives Matter riot on Wednesday night in Louisville.

Sep 24 20:29

'Get Your Booty to The Polls': Dems Use Twerking Strippers In Bid To 'Get Black People to Vote'

Left-wing activists released a PSA on Tuesday featuring twerking Atlanta strippers telling Black people to "get your booty to the polls" and vote in the upcoming election.

Sep 24 19:24

Support For BLM 'Protests' Plummets: 44% Oppose Versus 39% Who Approve in New AP-NORC Poll

More Americans now disapprove of "protests against police violence" than approve after a dramatic 15 point swing over the last three months, a new AP-NORC poll found.

Sep 24 15:41

US Funded Wuhan Lab’s Virus Research (May 3, 2020)

Dr Mikovits, Dr Buttar, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Del Bigtree and many other notable people have pointed this out in their interviews and videos.

Sep 24 14:43

Do We Still Have a Constitution?

Today, we are governed by dangerous men and women. For they have taken away our ability to make personal choices, and they have used force to compel compliance. In doing that, they have not only violated their oaths to uphold the Bill of Rights, they also have committed the criminal acts of nullifying our rights. By using the powers of state governments to do this, they have made themselves candidates for federal criminal prosecutions when saner days return.

Sep 24 14:30

The City of Portland Houses #RoseCityAntifa (#TrumpetMan) - Portland's #CHAZ/#CHOP??

Sep 24 13:25

Pennsylvania: FBI Finds Military Mail-In Ballots Discarded - All Were Cast For Trump

The Department of Justice US Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced Thursday that a group of military mail-in ballots were found discarded -- and all of them were cast for President Donald Trump.

Sep 24 12:29

Double Standard: Portland Did This, Showing Just How Undemocratic City Is

The far-right group called “Proud Boys” wanted to hold a protest in North Portland’s Delta Park on Saturday, but Portland Parks Commissioner Amanda Fritz on Wednesday denied their request because of COVID-19 social distancing restrictions.

In a letter sent to the group by Fritz, she wrote: "Portland Parks & Recreation in partnership with myself as Parks Commissioner and Mayor Wheeler as Mayor and Police Commissioner denied a permit application submitted by event organizers planning a gathering in Delta Park this Saturday…The described event is not compliant with Oregon Health Authority guidelines about the number of people allowed in gatherings and cannot be conducted in a manner consistent with physical distancing guidance from public health officials. We must all do our part to fight the spread of COVID-19 in our community and keep ourselves and each other safe. Events like this

are not welcome and not allowed."

Sep 24 11:49

The War on Populism Is Building Toward an Exciting Climax: Color Revolution

So, it appears the War on Populism is building toward an exciting climax. All the proper pieces are in place for a Class-A GloboCap color revolution, and maybe even civil war. You got your unauthorized Putin-Nazi president, your imaginary apocalyptic pandemic, your violent identitarian civil unrest, your heavily-armed politically-polarized populace, your ominous rumblings from military quarters … you couldn’t really ask for much more.

OK, the plot is pretty obvious by now (as it is in all big-budget action spectacles, which is essentially what color revolutions are), but that won’t spoil our viewing experience. The fun isn’t in guessing what is going to happen. Everybody knows what’s going to happen. The fun is in watching Bruce, or Sigourney, or “the moderate rebels,” or the GloboCap “Resistance,” take down the monster, or the terrorists, or Hitler, and save the world, or democracy, or whatever.

Sep 24 11:45

Poll Panic at ABC News

Sep 24 11:13

Suspected arson levels Trump supporter's garage, vehicles. Graffiti at the scene reads 'Biden 2020,' 'BLM.'

A Trump supporter's garage was set ablaze in what authorities are saying could be an act of arson.

What are the details ?
According to WCCO-TV, Minnesota officials are investigating a fire that demolished a family's garage and three of their vehicles.

Sep 24 11:12

Progressives kill Brooklyn project that would’ve created 20,000 jobs over gentrification concerns — and even the NYT pans them

A host of progressive politicians and community groups in Brooklyn recently killed a major business project that would have created as many as 20,000 jobs in the city at a time when it is struggling to regain its footing amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Sep 24 11:11

Tiny surf dude! Boy aged FOUR wows crowds with his skills as he rides the waves off Devon

Surfing prodigy, Nate Clark, from Devon has been wowing crowds with his ability - at the age of just four.
The young boy has been riding on his father Lee's board since he was two but started surfing on his own a year ago.

Sep 24 11:09

Washington Post ‘Fact Checker’ Claims Senate Timeline For Confirming Trump SCOTUS Nominee ‘Unprecedented.’ That’s Demonstrably False.

The Washington Post has published an article claiming Senate Republicans’ schedule for confirming a new Supreme Court justice nominated by President Donald Trump is “unprecedented in modern history.”

Sep 24 11:09

WATCH: Officer Stands Stoically As Protesters Yell ‘Slurs’ At Him, Curse Him Out

In a viral video captured by an independent journalist, anti-police protesters berate a Los Angeles police officer, launching “slurs” at the man and cursing him out as the officer stands stoically.

Sep 24 11:08

School Officer Tases, Handcuffs Woman For Not Wearing Mask At Eighth-Grade Football Game

An Ohio woman was tased and handcuffed on Wednesday for not wearing a mask at an outdoor eighth-grade football game, according to reports.

Sep 24 10:56

Flashback: Pfizer Vice President Blows The Whistle & Tells The Truth About The Pharmaceutical Industry

“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine.” – Dr. Marcia Angell, a physician and longtime editor-in-chief of the New England Medical Journal (NEMJ) (source)

“The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue. Afflicted by studies with small sample sizes, tiny effects, invalid exploratory analyses, and flagrant conflicts of interest, together with an obsession for pursuing fashionable trends of dubious importance, science has taken a turn towards darkness.” – Dr. Richard Horton, the current editor-in-chief of the Lancet – considered to be one of the most well respected peer-reviewed medical journals in the world. (source)

Sep 24 10:50

Send drink!': Students issue cries for help using post-it notes after hundreds are forced to isolate in their rooms due to Covid outbreaks on campuses – as Matt Hancock warns they could be stuck there OVER CHRISTMAS

Students are using post-it notes to spell out cries of help from their university accommodation after a major Covid-19 outbreak at Glasgow University.
The cheeky students posted the messages in their windows, with one writing 'Send drink' and another lamenting the fact they could not smoke while in isolation.

Sep 24 10:48

Woman’s death certificate lists COVID-19, but family says she was never tested

The death certificate of a 79-year-old South Carolina woman reportedly says COVID-19 complications contributed to her July death — but the decedent’s family claims she was never tested or infected with the virus.

Joan Hill died July 31 while receiving in-home hospice care at her daughter’s Richland County, Hill’s granddaughter, Kimberly Klosterman told WIS News.

Klosterman — who said Hill had for years suffered from dementia — told the station the family received Hill’s death certificate a week later, which listed Alzheimer’s disease and COVID-19 complications as the cause of death.

“That was wrong,” Klosterman said. “She had never been tested before or after death, so I wasn’t sure how that could even be listed on her death certificate.”

Sep 24 10:45

Reuters: Louisville Protests Were 'Mostly Peaceful' Until Shots 'Rang Out' Amidst 'Skirmish' Between 'Protesters' And 'Heavily Armed Police'

Reuters responded to news of cops being shot in Louisville on Wednesday night by claiming the Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots were "mostly peaceful" protests until gunshots "rang out" in the midst of a "skirmish" between "protesters" and "heavily armed police."

Sep 24 10:41

Shocking moment police officers drag passenger off busy London train for refusing to wear face mask

Officer is seen speaking to a young man on London Overground train yesterday
Passenger put on a mask after repeatedly being asked to by transport police
The officer then followed the passenger down the train as an argument ensued

Sep 24 10:00

EXCLUSIVE: In the week Boris told a battered Britain it was in for another six months of Covid winter misery, his partner Carrie Symonds enjoys five-star Italian holiday at £600-a-night Lake Como hotel with son Wilfred and three friends

Carrie, 32, was seen strolling along a waterside promenade carrying four-month-old Wilfred in a baby sling
She was staying at the £600-a-night Grand Hotel Tremezzo which is popular with super-rich US tourists

Sep 24 09:59

Horowitz: Are positive COVID tests in children wrongly picking up common colds — which can provide some level of immunity?

Is our society turning the blessing of de facto childhood immunity to COVID-19, along with the very elements that can help make them immune to severe symptoms, into a curse?

Sep 24 09:59

Democrats Say Hunter Biden’s Massive Scandal Is Nowhere Near As Bad As That Time Trump Did Nothing Wrong [Satire]

The media and other Democrats say reports of Hunter Biden’s massive corruption are nowhere near as bad as that time Donald Trump did nothing wrong.

Sep 24 09:57

Breonna Taylor investigation reveals sequence of events that led to her death: Cops DID knock on the door, her boyfriend shot first and she died in a hail of bullets next to him in the hallway and NOT in bed as repeatedly claimed

A state investigation into the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor has laid bare the final moments of her life, revealing the 26-year-old EMT was killed while standing next to her boyfriend after she was shot by cops six times.

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