The hosts of “Fox & Friends” on Monday apologized for showing a graphic saying Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dead, blaming a control room error.
“We need to apologize. … A technical error in the control room triggered a graphic of RBG with a date on it,” co-host Steve Doocy said later in the program. “We don’t want to make it seem anything other than that was a mistake. That was an accident.”
Martin Luther King III, the oldest son of the iconic civil rights leader and a co-chairmen of the Drum Major Institute, met with Trump two years ago on MLK Day. During that meeting, the then-president-elect endorsed the idea of a national photo ID. This year, the group is calling on Trump to follow through.
“We want to make sure that no voter is left behind because of the inability to get a photo ID,” Wachtel told The Hill. “Most people spend their time fighting over who’s trying to keep people from not voting as opposed to finding solutions to make it possible for everyone to vote. That’s why Dr. King fought so hard for the Voting Rights Act.”
Global wealth inequality widened last year as billionaires increased their fortunes by $2.5 billion per day.
While the poorest half of humanity saw their wealth dwindle by 11%, billionaires’ riches increased by 12%. The mega-wealthy have also become a more concentrated bunch. Last year, the top 26 wealthiest people owned $1.4 trillion, or as much as the 3.8 billion poorest people. The year before, it was the top 43 people.
The flight had originally left New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport for Hong Kong but was forced to make an emergency landing at Goose Bay Airport in Newfoundland due to a medical emergency.
Upon landing, emergency personnel arrived to transport the passenger to a local hospital, but one of the plane’s emergency doors reportedly malfunctioned due to below-freezing temperatures and could not be fixed, according to WCBS.
Furthermore, passengers were instructed that they could not leave the aircraft as there were no customs officials on duty at the time of the plane’s landing.
President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Monday made a previously unannounced visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C., as the country commemorates the civil rights leader’s birthday.
Trump had no public events on his official White House schedule. However, the president departed the White House just after 11 a.m. for the memorial, where he laid a wreath.
Know the enemy. The arguments used by people driving the anti-vaccination movement have not changed in about a century. These arguments are effective because they are intuitively appealing — but they are also easily refutable. Instead of ignoring these arguments, an effective pro-vaccine campaign would confront them directly, over and over, for as long as it takes. Yes, there are chemicals in vaccines, but they are not toxic. No, vaccines can’t overwhelm your immune system, which already confronts countless pathogens every day.
The delusion and outright lies from the fake news media is outstanding. We'll do an analysis on this in the future to help expose this as the fake news media is getting way out of hand here. In the meantime, these fake news journalists should just make sure to get their own vaccinations to inoculate against the 'anti-vaxxers' themselves. Let's see how long they last. Maybe they'll end up like Martin Gore, 67, a pioneer cancer expert that suffered total organ failure soon after having a jab. Maybe then they'll get redpilled on a few things such as when Robert F. Kennedy, Jr said that Congress granted Big Pharma “blanket legal immunity” when it comes to vaccines. "Big Pharma became a law unto themselves. They can put toxic ingredients in your vaccines, they can seriously injure your child – but you cannot sue them. What you have to understand is that the vaccine regimen changed dramatically around 1989."