in Democrat-Controlled Philly 3 replies
At least 30 people were shot, seven fatally, over the weekend in Democrat-controlled Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. NBC Philadelphia reports there were 25 shootings that left behind more than 30 victims, fatal and non-fatal combined. Twenty-five people were wounded in the shootings while another seven were killed. The weekend violence included gunfire at a block party around 11:30 p.m. Saturday. Breitbart News reported five people were injured in that shooting, and police were already on scene when it occurred, having been tipped off about the block party by social media posts.
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A 14-year-old boy was shot in the head and a 13-year-old boy was shot in the chest Monday night in separate shootings within two hours of each other, according to Chicago police.Both of the boys are in hospitals in critical condition, police said. The first shooting occurred at 7:20 p.m. in the 500 block of East 42nd Street in the Bronzeville neighborhood on the South Side.The 14-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl were standing on a sidewalk when a vehicle approached them and someone inside fired shots, police said.The boy was taken to Comer Children’s Hospital in critical condition,
Signature Feature During Convention Address 4 replies
Michelle Obama, a prominent spouse who summers on Martha’s Vineyard, addressed the Democratic Party’s virtual convention on Monday, but neglected to show off her signature assets.When the Obama patriarch, Barack H., left office in disgrace in 2017, the U.S. media mourned the loss of Michelle’s “guns,” a popular slang term for arms. Vogue magazine captured the despair many journalists felt in its cleverly titled piece, “A Farewell to Michelle Obama’s Flawless Arms,” which allowed readers to relive the former First Lady’s “7 Best Arm Moments.”
Speech, Labels Obama Administration The
‘Most Corrupt In History’ 2 replies
President Donald Trump responded Tuesday morning to former first lady Michelle Obama’s 2020 Democratic National Convention (DNC) speech Monday night.
“Somebody please explain to @MichelleObama that Donald J. Trump would not be here, in the beautiful White House, if it weren’t for the job done by your husband, Barack Obama,” he tweeted. “Biden was merely an afterthought, a good reason for that very late & unenthusiastic endorsement.” (Photo) The president claimed that his administration built the “greatest economy in history, of any country, turned it off, saved millions of lives.”“And now am building an even greater economy than it was before,”
Anthony on Centennial of 19th Amendment,
Giving Women the Right to Vote 3 replies
President Trump teased reporters on the flight back to Washington last night that he will be making a major announcement today and pardoning someone big. He said it won’t be General Flynn or Eric Snowden. CBS reporter Weijia Jiang shared last night:(Tweet) FOX News reported: President Trump said on Monday that he plans to pardon someone “very, very important” on Tuesday, but would not go into details about who it is. (Snip) On Tuesday morning President Trump announced he was pardoning Susan B. Anthony, a leader of the women’s suffrage movement.Anthony was arrested in 1872 for voting in an election.At the time only men were allowed to vote.
and the ‘kids in cages’ 4 replies
Michelle Obama assailed President Donald Trump on Monday for ripping migrant children from their parents and throwing them into cages, picking up on a frequent and distorted point made widely by Democrats.She’s right that Trump’s now-suspended policy at the U.S.-Mexico border separated thousands of children from their families in ways that had not been done before. But what she did not say is that the very same “cages” were built and used in her husband’s administration, for the same purpose of holding migrant kids temporarily.
scathing Democratic National Convention
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President Trump blasted former first lady Michelle Obama after she delivered a scathing criticism of him at the Democratic National Convention.On Monday night, Obama warned that the United States “can” and “will” get worse if Trump is reelected. But the president fired back on Tuesday, saying he wouldn’t have been elected if her husband, former President Barack Obama, did his job correctly.”Somebody please explain to @MichelleObama that Donald J. Trump would not be here, in the beautiful White House, if it weren’t for the job done by your husband, Barack Obama. Biden was merely an afterthought, a good reason for that very late & unenthusiastic endorsement,” Trump tweeted.
Kasich After ABC Tries to Play Up
‘Republican’ Biden Endorsements 7 replies
Last night was one of those nights I was glad to have other commitments. The “virtual” DNC occurred last night, and if the highlights are any indication, it was an absolutely cluster of awkwardness. In the same hour you had John Kasich proclaim that Joe Biden wouldn’t govern as a left-winger, Bernie Sanders took the stage and presented Biden as a puppet for his revolution. There was no congruent message except the orange man being bad, which culminated in a dark, fear packed speech by Michelle Obama, or at least that’s what it would be called if Trump gave a similar presentation.Going back to John Kasich though, he meandered
Few Years Ago Are Now Mainstream 9 replies
Addressing the virtual Democratic National Convention on Monday night in support of Joe Biden’s presidential candidacy, Sen. Bernie Sanders said that his own now-suspended campaign had “moved this country in a bold new direction,” adding that that many ideas considered radical just a few years have become mainstream. “Our campaign ended several months ago, but our movement continues and is getting stronger every day,” he said. “Many of the ideas we fought for, that just a few years ago were considered ‘radical,’ are now mainstream.” “But, let us be clear,” Sanders continued, “if Donald Trump is re-elected, all the progress we have made will be in jeopardy.”
Dying Of COVID-19 — That He Caught
At Karaoke Bar 13 replies
A speaker at Monday night’s Democratic National Convention blamed President Trump for her father catching COVID-19 after he partied with friends at a karaoke bar in Arizona.“I’m one of the many who has lost a loved one to COVID. My dad, Mark Anthony Urquiza, should be here today, but he isn’t,” said Kristin Urquiza, who lives in San Francisco. “My dad was a healthy 65-year-old. His only preexisting condition was trusting Donald Trump, and for that, he paid with his life.”Urquiza spoke for three minutes during the prime-time coverage
BLM protesters outside their home will
appear at next week’s Republican National
Convention to show their support for Trump 13 replies
The St. Louis couple who threatened Black Lives Matter protesters with firearms will appear at next week’s Republican National Convention to show their support for Donald Trump. A Trump adviser on Monday confirmed the participation of Patricia and Mark McCloskey at the week-long virtual event where the president hopes to secure more votes for the White House race.The McCloskeys face felony charges of unlawful use of a weapon after confronting protesters in their upscale Missouri neighborhood with weapons back on June 28.The president has previously come out in defense of the gun-toting couple, blasting the prosecutor who charged them ‘absurd’
The ‘Defund The Police’ Movement 11 replies
Dozens of corporations from around the world have collectively donated millions of dollars to left-wing organizations that advocate for defunding America’s police departments, a Daily Caller News Foundation review found. Companies including Microsoft, Intel and Airbnb have donated to Black Lives Matter Global Network and Color of Change, both of which want to defund police departments across the country. Color of Change is leading a national petition campaign demanding elected officials “defund the police, and invest in communities now!”