June 24, 2021 | by Newsweek

Texas Police Officer Fired For Attending Capitol Riots, Posting Selfies

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office of Texas has fired Lieutenant Roxanne Mathai after she made Facebook posts touting her participation in the January 6 Capitol insurrection. She has not been criminally charged.”……And we are going in……in the crowd at the stairs…not inside the capitol like the others,” Mathai wrote in one of her posts. She included a selfie of her wearing a red, white and blue mask and draped in a flag declaring support for President Donald Trump.”THIS IS TRUMP NATION” another photo post of hers declared, alongside red, white and blue hearts. “Not gonna lie…..aside from my kids, this…

June 24, 2021 | by https://citizenfreepress.com

12-story residential building collapses in Miami…

"Authorities are responding to Champlain Towers following a collapse of the 12-floor residential complex. There are reports of people screaming under the rubble. More to follow!"

June 24, 2021 | by breitbart

Ratings for Game 2 of the NBA Western Conference Finals Crash 33% from 2019

Bob Costas once said that the NBA’s social justice messaging was alienating its fans, and Bob Costas is a very smart man. Ratings numbers for the NBA’s Western Conference Finals are coming in and though they’re way up from last yea…

June 23, 2021 | by breitbart

Woke to Broke: MLB Sunday Night Baseball Ratings Crash 49%

Major League Baseball (MLB) chose the wokes over their fans when they relocated the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver. And, it appears, the fans are letting their feelings be known. The television ratings for Sunday Night Baseball, MLB’s flag…

June 23, 2021 | by californiaglobe.com

BOMBSHELL: California Has 1.8M More Registered Voters Than it Should

Election Integrity Project reports 100,000 of them had their birth states changed from other states or countries to CaliforniaCalifornia’s November 3, 2020 election was marred by significant voting and registration irregularities, says the Elect…

June 23, 2021 | by UK Daily Mail

California Gov. Gavin Newsom WILL face recall this year after 1.7million signatures calling for his ouster are confirmed in only second such election in state's history

California Gov. Gavin Newsom will officially face a recall election this year. The announcement came Wednesday from Secretary of State Shirley Weber, who confirmed that petitioners had collected enough signatures, which the office has now verified, to trigger the recall election. It’s yet to be determined when the recall election will take place this year.

June 23, 2021 | by UK Daily Mail

Biden officially nominates Cindy McCain to an ambassador post as representative to UN Agencies for Food and Agriculture

President Joe Biden on Wednesday nominated Cindy McCain as his ambassador to the UN food agency in Rome. ‘I am deeply honored and look forward to the work ahead,’ she wrote on Twitter in response. The position must be confirmed by the Senate. McCain was part of a slate of 17 nominations Biden announced, including Claire Cronin as his ambassador to Ireland. Cronin serves as a state representative in the Massachusetts state house.

June 23, 2021 | by dailymail.co.uk

Western US is a tinderbox waiting to explode after record heat and the worst drought in potentially 1,200 YEARS could spell disaster with threats of wildfires, water shortages and blackouts

The dual threats of heat and drought could spell disaster for communities along the US west coast, as the region faces the potential for record temperatures this weekend and more in store for the summer. With a heat wave gripping much of the region for…

June 23, 2021 | by The Federalist

New Video Shows University Of Oklahoma Faculty Teaching How To Silence And Punish ‘Problematic’ Conservatives

‘In the classroom, free speech does not apply,’ a workshop spokeswoman said. ‘As instructors, we can tell our students no, you do not have the right to say that, stop talking right now.’ According to newly released video footage, University of Oklahoma instructors want to punish students who defy campus orthodoxy. Their plan is to “avoid ‘a rhetoric of dysfunctional silence’ that closes ears to marginalized voices,” by — you guessed it — silencing marginalized voices. On Tuesday, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), a nonprofit focused on protecting campus free speech, publicized video footage of an April…

June 23, 2021 | by nbcnews.com

Michigan Republicans eviscerate Trump voter fraud claims in scathing report

In a highly anticipated report released Wednesday, the Republican-led Michigan Senate Oversight Committee rebutted former President Donald Trump’s voter fraud claims, debunking allegations of malfeasance in the state’s election last fall and affirming that Joe Biden was victorious. The report is the product of an eight-month inquiry and concludes there was no basis or evidence to support the Trump campaign’s repeated claims that the election results failed to reflect the will of the voters.

June 23, 2021 | by GATEWAYPUNDIT

Boris Epshteyn: A Nuclear Explosion of Evidence in Arizona is Coming Out (VIDEO)

Boris Epshteyn: From what I’m hearing the information coming out is that the amount of ballots missing continues to be overwhelming. Let’s put it that way. We’re not going into numbers. That’s not our role. That’s goi…

June 23, 2021 | by Livescience.com

Scientist recovers coronavirus gene sequences secretly deleted last year in Wuhan

Finding the origin story for SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus responsible for nearly 3.9 million deaths worldwide, has been largely hampered by lack of access to information from China where cases first popped up. Now, a researcher in Seattle has dug up deleted files from Google Cloud that reveal 13 partial genetic sequences for some of the earliest cases of COVID-19 in Wuhan, Carl Zimmer reported for The New York Times. The sequences don’t tip the scales toward or away from one of the many theories about how SARS-CoV-2 came to be — they do not suggest the virus leaked from a…

June 23, 2021 | by Reuters via MSN

UN irks Australia by recommending that Great Barrier Reef be listed 'in danger'

CANBERRA (Reuters) -The Great Barrier Reef should be added to a list of World Heritage Sites that are “in danger”, a United Nations panel said on Tuesday, drawing an angry response from Australia, which called the recommendation politically motivated. …Defending Australia’s efforts to protect the reef, Environment Minister Sussan Ley said Canberra would challenge the recommendation, saying some hidden agenda had influenced its findings. …China chairs the UNESCO committee, but when queried in parliament, Ley declined to say if she was pointing the finger at Beijing. Speaking on condition of anonymity, a government official told Reuters that China had been…

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