‘What’s Going On?’ – BBC Wakes Up to Sweden Bombing Epidemic Years After Breitbart

The publicly-funded British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has woken up to Sweden’s bombing epidemic years after Breitbart News. In an analysis article titled ‘Sweden’s 100 explosions this year: What’s going on?’, the BBC acknowledged the epidemic of gang crime, gun crime, and criminal use of explosives which Breitbart London has been reporting for years — while … Continue reading ‘What’s Going On?’ – BBC Wakes Up to Sweden Bombing Epidemic Years After Breitbart

EXCLUSIVE: Border County’s Facilities Overwhelmed with Dead Migrants

LAREDO, Texas  — A border county medical examiner’s office is now packed beyond capacity with the remains of migrants who died while or shortly after crossing from Mexico. Webb County Medical Examiner Dr. Corinne Stern told Breitbart News Tonight that her storage facilities are now packed beyond capacity following the deaths of at least 155 migrants in … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Border County’s Facilities Overwhelmed with Dead Migrants

Daniel Goldman: Impeachment Lawyer, Russia Hoaxster, Former MSNBC Pundit

Daniel Goldman is the counsel for Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee who took over questioning late in the second hour of the first public hearing of the “impeachment inquiry” on Wednesday. He is a former prosecutor — and also a former MSNBC legal analyst who eagerly embraced the “Russia collusion” conspiracy theory. As The … Continue reading Daniel Goldman: Impeachment Lawyer, Russia Hoaxster, Former MSNBC Pundit

Hong Kong Police Turn University Campus into War Zone

The campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) became the focal point of the protest movement on Tuesday, degenerating into a veritable war zone as police battled protesters, flooded the grounds with tear gas, fired rubber bullets, and rolled in a water cannon truck that splattered demonstrators with blue dye. Police officials said they … Continue reading Hong Kong Police Turn University Campus into War Zone

First Hour Fail: Democrats’ ‘Blockbuster’ Opening Hour Fizzles

Democrats opened public impeachment hearings on Wednesday promising to dramatically detail the case for the president’s impeachment, but there was little excitement in the first 93 minutes. House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff began the proceedings with a solemn statement recounting the events that sparked the impeachment inquiry. Ambassador Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary George … Continue reading First Hour Fail: Democrats’ ‘Blockbuster’ Opening Hour Fizzles

‘Here We Go, Civil War’: Socialist ‘Horde’ Floods Bolivia’s Economic Hub

Thousands of residents of socialist stronghold El Alto, Bolivia, marched into the nation’s economic hub and executive government seat, La Paz, chanting “here we go, civil war” on Tuesday. The Bolivian newspaper El Deber reported that locals in La Paz expressed concerns about the “hordes” of outsiders flooding the city and demanding war following the resignation of … Continue reading ‘Here We Go, Civil War’: Socialist ‘Horde’ Floods Bolivia’s Economic Hub

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Misses Supreme Court Arguments Due to ‘Stomach Bug’

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was absent Wednesday from oral arguments at the Supreme Court due to a “stomach bug,” according to a statement from Chief Justice John Roberts. Ginsburg is “indisposed due to illness,” Roberts said at the start of the day’s hearings. The health of the 86-year-old liberal justice, known to her fans as … Continue reading Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Misses Supreme Court Arguments Due to ‘Stomach Bug’

One-Third of Young Prostitutes in Paris No-Go Suburbs Under 15-Years-Old

Around one-third of young prostitutes in the Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis are under 15, with some as young as just six, according to a local NGO. The Observatory of violence against women in Seine-Saint-Denis published a study on underage prostitutes Tuesday, looking into 19 court cases in the juvenile court of Bobigny and around forty … Continue reading One-Third of Young Prostitutes in Paris No-Go Suburbs Under 15-Years-Old

Nunes Blasts Schiff for Fake Trump Conversation During Impeachment Hearing

House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-CA) called out Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) for fabricating a phone call between President Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky during Wednesday’s impeachment hearing. Nunes delivered a fiery opening statement bringing Schiff’s history of deception throughout the process to the forefront and highlighting his completely fabricated … Continue reading Nunes Blasts Schiff for Fake Trump Conversation During Impeachment Hearing

Nunes: Impeachment Inquiry Is the ‘Low-Rent Ukrainian Sequel’ to Russia Hoax

House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-CA) slammed Democrats for an obvious reprise of the Trump-Russia hoax during his opening statement in the first public impeachment hearing Wednesday morning. “After the spectacular implosion of their Russia hoax on July 24, in which they spent years denouncing any Republican who ever shook hands with a … Continue reading Nunes: Impeachment Inquiry Is the ‘Low-Rent Ukrainian Sequel’ to Russia Hoax

Schiff Forced to Address Plans to Snuff out GOP Lawmakers During Impeachment Hearing

Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) forced House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) to address his plan to minimize the voice of Republican lawmakers during Wednesday’s impeachment hearing – by monopolizing the time – forcing the chairman to address it prior to his opening statement. Ratcliffe forced a visibly irritated Schiff to outline his plan under … Continue reading Schiff Forced to Address Plans to Snuff out GOP Lawmakers During Impeachment Hearing

Devin Nunes: Democrats Redacted Name of DNC Operative Alexandra Chalupa in Impeachment Transcripts

Rep. Devin Nunes (D-CA) said Democrats inexplicably redacted the name of former Democratic National Committee (DNC) contractor Alexandra Chalupa in the transcripts of their private impeachment hearings during his opening statement in the House Intelligence Committee’s first public impeachment hearing Wednesday. “Violating their own guidelines, the Democrats repeatedly redacted from the transcripts the name of Alexandra … Continue reading Devin Nunes: Democrats Redacted Name of DNC Operative Alexandra Chalupa in Impeachment Transcripts

Nolte: As Impeachment Founders, CNN Lashes Robert Mueller for Failing to Get Trump

Far-left CNN is now lashing out against Special Counsel Robert Mueller for — get this — taking it too easy on President Trump. Three years, tens of millions of dollars, countless partisan investigators, and ten phony accusations of obstruction of justice in his final report, and CNN is still unpersoning Mueller for failing in his … Continue reading Nolte: As Impeachment Founders, CNN Lashes Robert Mueller for Failing to Get Trump

Pollak: Adam Schiff’s Weak Opening Statement in Impeachment Inquiry

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is a former prosecutor, but it would be difficult to tell from his opening statement at the first public hearing in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. Schiff began by talking about foreign policy — the area in which the president has the most constitutional latitude, and which is not … Continue reading Pollak: Adam Schiff’s Weak Opening Statement in Impeachment Inquiry

Adam Schiff Claims He Does Not Know Identity of Anti-Trump ‘Whistleblower’

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) said Wednesday he does not know the identity of the intelligence officer “whistleblower” who set off Democrats’ impeachment inquiry by mischaracterizing a phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) asked Schiff during the House’s first public impeachment hearing Wednesday about … Continue reading Adam Schiff Claims He Does Not Know Identity of Anti-Trump ‘Whistleblower’

Scarborough on Impeachment Hearings: ‘It Matters Because History Is Watching’

Wednesday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough stressed the importance of the impeachment hearings over President Donald Trump’s alleged quid pro quo with the president of Ukraine. Scarborough compared it to former President Richard Nixon’s impeachment, saying “history is watching.” “[J]ust a word of warning for the cynical who say none of this that matter, … Continue reading Scarborough on Impeachment Hearings: ‘It Matters Because History Is Watching’

CNN’s Campbell: Mueller Treated Trump with ‘Kid Gloves’, ‘Emboldened’ Him to Demand Quid Pro Quo with Ukraine

CNN analyst Josh Campbell on Wednesday’s “New Day” weighed in on President Donald Trump and former FBI special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation amid House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry. Campbell said Mueller treated Trump with “kid gloves” during his investigation, which “emboldened” the president to then demand a quid pro quo in a phone call with … Continue reading CNN’s Campbell: Mueller Treated Trump with ‘Kid Gloves’, ‘Emboldened’ Him to Demand Quid Pro Quo with Ukraine

Katie Hill Resurfaces on Eve of Impeachment Hearings, Says She ‘Might Be a Little Bit More Unfiltered’

Former Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA), who resigned from Congress amid mounting allegations of inappropriate sexual relationships with congressional staffers, announced on the eve of the public impeachment hearings she is “starting to resurface” and “might be a little more unfiltered” now she is no longer a congresswoman. Hill previewed the Wednesday’s public impeachment hearings in … Continue reading Katie Hill Resurfaces on Eve of Impeachment Hearings, Says She ‘Might Be a Little Bit More Unfiltered’

Joe Biden Celebrates Sandy Hook Lawsuit Against AR-15 Maker

On Tuesday Joe Biden celebrated the Supreme Court of the United States’ (SCOTUS) actions opening the door for the continuation of a lawsuit brought against Remington Arms by Sandy Hook families. Remington is the parent company of Bushmaster, maker of the AR-15 that was stolen and used in the December 14, 2012, Sandy Hook Elementary … Continue reading Joe Biden Celebrates Sandy Hook Lawsuit Against AR-15 Maker

Pollak: The Case Against Impeaching President Donald J. Trump

Introduction President Donald Trump has not committed any of the offenses listed by Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution as grounds for impeachment — “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” The impeachment effort is the culmination of a political scheme — an attempted “coup,” in the words of one of its leaders — that … Continue reading Pollak: The Case Against Impeaching President Donald J. Trump

Pelosi: ‘Sad’ That Trump Doesn’t Understand He Isn’t ‘Above the Law’

While speaking on Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stated that she is “sad” that President Trump “doesn’t understand that Article II does not say that he can do whatever he wants, that he is not above the law, and that he will be held accountable.” Pelosi said, “We are defenders of our democracy. So, … Continue reading Pelosi: ‘Sad’ That Trump Doesn’t Understand He Isn’t ‘Above the Law’

Large Group of Guatemalans in Camouflage Caught After Sneaking into Texas

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Big Bend Sector in Texas tracked and eventually came into contact with a group of 31 individuals dressed in camouflage on Tuesday, November 5. The individuals were later identified as Guatemalan nationals with no lawful presence in the country. Last week, Sanderson Station agents were conducting routine patrol … Continue reading Large Group of Guatemalans in Camouflage Caught After Sneaking into Texas

Watch Live: Impeachment Inquiry Holds First Public Hearing

House Democrats are moving into the public phase of their impeachment inquiry on Wednesday, beginning with the testimonies of the acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary in the European and Eurasian Bureau George Kent. The hearing begins at 10 a.m. ET. After House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA), House Intelligence … Continue reading Watch Live: Impeachment Inquiry Holds First Public Hearing

***LIVE UPDATES*** William Taylor, George Kent Testify in First Public Impeachment Hearing

The House Intelligence Committee is holding its inaugural public hearing of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Wednesday. Congressional investigators will hear testimony from Acting Ambassador William Taylor, Chargé d’affairs at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine, and George Kent, Deputy Assistant Secretary in the European and Eurasian Bureau at the State Department. **Follow live updates on … Continue reading ***LIVE UPDATES*** William Taylor, George Kent Testify in First Public Impeachment Hearing

Haley: Tillerson Strongly Lobbied Against Jerusalem Embassy Move

The Times of Israel reports: WASHINGTON — The early years of the Trump administration were troubled by intense internal divisions on US-Israel policy, former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley writes in her new book. Many of US President Donald Trump’s major decisions on the region — moving the US embassy to Jerusalem, pulling … Continue reading Haley: Tillerson Strongly Lobbied Against Jerusalem Embassy Move

People Magazine Names John Legend 2019 Sexiest Man Alive

The Grammy-winning singer known for his silky-smooth vocals was revealed as this year’s winner Tuesday night on NBC’s “The Voice.” He serves as a coach on the singing competition series with Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson and Blake Shelton. Shelton, who was named Sexiest Man Alive in 2017, announced Legend’s honor on “The Voice.” The country … Continue reading People Magazine Names John Legend 2019 Sexiest Man Alive

Giant Bible in Hand, Conservative Senator Becomes President of Bolivia

The deputy speaker of the Senate, Jeanine Áñez Chávez, became president of Bolivia late Tuesday following the resignation of socialist President Evo Morales and everyone else above Áñez in the line of succession. Unlike those who resigned, who were socialists like Morales, Áñez is a staunch conservative and entered the presidential estate, the Burned Palace, … Continue reading Giant Bible in Hand, Conservative Senator Becomes President of Bolivia