Rand Paul calls for Gov. Cuomo to be impeached over his handling of COVID-19

Rand Paul calls for Gov. Cuomo to be impeached over his handling of COVID-19 1 reply

Posted by FlyRight 9/3/2020 8:33:27 PM Post Reply

Sen. Rand Paul called for the impeachment of Gov. Andrew Cuomo over the number of deaths among New York nursing home patients during the coronavirus outbreak this spring. “I think Gov. Cuomo should be impeached for what he did, for the disastrous decision he made to send patients with coronavirus back to nursing homes,” Paul (R-Ky.) said on Fox News’ “Rundown” podcast on Wednesday. “And virtually half his people who died were in nursing homes.” Paul was criticizing the lockdowns and other measures that were taken to stem the spread of the virus when he made the comments about Cuomo, a Democrat.

Rand Paul calls for Gov. Cuomo to be impeached over his handling of COVID-19 1 reply

Posted by FlyRight 9/3/2020 8:33:25 PM Post Reply

Sen. Rand Paul called for the impeachment of Gov. Andrew Cuomo over the number of deaths among New York nursing home patients during the coronavirus outbreak this spring. “I think Gov. Cuomo should be impeached for what he did, for the disastrous decision he made to send patients with coronavirus back to nursing homes,” Paul (R-Ky.) said on Fox News’ “Rundown” podcast on Wednesday. “And virtually half his people who died were in nursing homes.” Paul was criticizing the lockdowns and other measures that were taken to stem the spread of the virus when he made the comments about Cuomo, a Democrat.

Gov. Cuomo says: Trump ‘better have an army’
to protect him if he comes to NYC 73 replies

Posted by FlyRight 9/2/2020 9:04:21 PM Post Reply

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday all but threatened President Trump’s safety if he returns to New York City in a rant responding to an exclusive story by The Post that Trump is looking to pull federal funds from “lawless” cities including New York. Cuomo called an emergency press briefing within a half hour on Wednesday night to tear into Trump for the order, which cites New York’s rising murder rate and defunding of the NYPD. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him

Pressure mounts on Barr DOJ to identify funders, organizers of violent riots 14 replies

Posted by FlyRight 9/1/2020 2:41:36 PM Post Reply

Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., and Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, made weekend appeals for DOJ to take action to cut off funding and logistical support for the groups of rioters that have terrorized and destroyed American cities for months. “Law enforcement needs to look at the funding of violent criminal activity like this. And national Democrats need to confront it. It’s organized. It’s paid for. It’s violent. It’s not about Black lives or any lives; it’s about anarchy and destruction,” Paul wrote in a Fox News op-ed on Saturday.

De Blasio’s descent: How New York City’s mayor became so unpopular across the political spectrum 11 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/26/2020 8:02:50 PM Post Reply

While New York City may have flattened the coronavirus curve, swaths of the once vibrant and bustling Big Apple remain boarded up. Crime is running rampant. A mass exodus of both people and businesses has left buildings dark, and the uncertain future of what used to be the seeming center of the world has both the left and right pointing fingers at Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Yes, This Is a Revolution 11 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/23/2020 9:01:04 PM Post Reply

The battle for the survival of the United States of America is upon us. It has not come in the form of traditional civil war. There are no uniformed armies, competing flags, or alternate constitutions. The great showdown is not being fought within the physical limits of a battlefield. It is instead happening all around us and directly to us. It defines our culture, sustains our media, and gives new shape to our public and private institutions. In this fight, there is no distinction between what was once known as the culture war and politics rightly understood.

Breaking: 4Chan Identifies One of the Portland Rioters Who Attempted to Kill Driver as ‘Keese Love’ 17 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/18/2020 9:46:42 AM Post Reply

The anonymous message board 4Chan has once again proven to be one of the nations best intelligence services, as they have seemingly identified the man who dealt the final kick to a man who was savagely beaten by rioters in Portland on Sunday evening.
The rioters appeared to be attempting to murder the man after beating a white woman who may or may not have been with him. As Gateway Pundit previously reported, the terrorist mob gathers round the man’s limp body as he bleeds from his head. Voices are heard saying “call 911. Another says a “medic” is there.

The Fiasco of ‘Go Ahead, Break Our
Windows’ Policing 1 reply

Posted by FlyRight 8/14/2020 1:22:33 PM Post Reply

After looters struck downtown Chicago on Sunday night, officials literally raised the bridges to prevent rioting hordes from roaming so easily. They also blocked road access and stopped public transit. So, we have come to this: a major American city is replicating the strategy of medieval castles: flood the moats and raise the drawbridges. All that is missing are crenelated battlements and Welsh longbowmen. In Portland, officials aren’t even raising the drawbridges. After more than 70 nights of rioting, Mayor Ted Wheeler’s strategy seems to be, “If you insist on doing this, we might write a strong letter.”

The Mainstream Media Is at the Point of No Return 38 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/11/2020 5:05:42 AM Post Reply

A recent landmark poll of 20,000 citizens undertaken by the Knight Foundation and Gallup found that Americans’ hope for and trust in an objective media is all but lost. They see not only an ever-growing partisanship in news reporting but a determination by the mainstream media to push a political agenda instead of honestly disseminating the news. While generic faith in the media has been gradually declining over recent decades, the precipitous drop in trust and questions about what motivates the mainstream media can be traced to June 2015 and Donald Trump’s entry into the presidential sweepstakes.

Hundreds of new homeless turn UWS into a spectacle of drugs and harassment: residents 10 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/7/2020 12:37:18 PM Post Reply

Upper West Side residents say three hotels that are housing hundreds of homeless men during the coronavirus pandemic have turned the area into a spectacle of public urination, catcalling and open drug use. Among those staying at the luxury Belleclaire on Broadway and the Lucerne on West 79th Street, and the more down-market Belnord on West 87th Street, are people who are mentally ill, recovering from drug addictions, and registered sex offenders. Ten sex offenders are staying in a single hotel — the Belleclaire, which is just one block from the playground of PS 87. “It doesn’t feel safe anymore,” nanny Michele McDowall, 39, told The Post.

Quarantine ‘checkpoint’ opens at New York City’s Penn Station to enforce travel rules 9 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/6/2020 11:57:07 PM Post Reply

NEW YORK, Aug 6 (Reuters) – A few dozen travelers got off a train from Miami at New York City’s Penn Station on Thursday and were greeted by a team of public health workers and mayoral office staff who handed them informational fliers about the state’s new COVID-19 quarantine rules. The team, comprised of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s public engagement unit and the city’s COVID-19 Test & Trace Corps, were running a “checkpoint” starting at Penn Station on Thursday to ensure that visitors from any of the 35 states on New York’s travel advisory were aware of the 14-day quarantine mandate

Biden walks back African American ‘diversity’ remarks, says he did not mean to suggest community is a ‘monolith’ 15 replies

Posted by FlyRight 8/6/2020 9:44:48 PM Post Reply

On two separate occasions on Thursday, the presumptive Democratic nominee praised the Latino community for being “incredibly diverse”, “unlike the African American community.” Biden took to Twitter on Thursday evening to clarify his remarks. “Earlier today, I made some comments about diversity in the African American and Latino communities that I want to clarify,” Biden wrote. “In no way did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith—not by identity, not on issues, not at all.” He continued, “Throughout my career I’ve witnessed the diversity of thought, background, and sentiment within the African American community. It’s this diversity that makes our workplaces, communities

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