Folsom Lake College notified the local police after finding a poster of a cartoon frog, stating that “hate has no home on our campus.”
An FLC faculty member found the sheet featuring Pepe the frog on their office door earlier in February. The school informed the Los Rios, California Police Department about the incident so it would “be on heightened alert for any signs that this may be part of a larger trend or pattern,” according to an email sent to the school community and obtained by Campus Reform.
Felony criminal charges have been approved by @CookCountySAO against Jussie Smollett for Disorderly Conduct / Filing a False Police Report. Detectives will make contact with his legal team to negotiate a reasonable surrender for his arrest. pic.twitter.com/LvBSYE2kVj
ANON sent in a really good comment:
"Smolett is a left wing extremist. What he did was a hate crime. His hatred of white people and the Trump community motivated him to perpetrate the vile act of staging his attack. It appears his skin color and sexual orientation lend him a sense of entitlement to engage in such behavior with impunity (he and his community reject the idea that their bigoted actions can be construed as a hate crime). He should be a disgrace and embarrassment to the black and gay communities. The left's refusal to vociferously reject Smolett and his actions is troubling. It reveals they embrace a glaring double standard on the issue of "hate"."
President Donald Trump was accused of racism in an op-ed in Out Magazine on Tuesday after the administration announced a campaign to decriminalize homosexuality worldwide, after which the publication got a heap of criticism itself.
The US Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Wednesday that the Excessive Fines Clause in the 8th Amendment applies to state and local governments.
Announced in an opinion written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on her second day back on the bench following a December cancer surgery, the ruling limits states' abilities to seize property and impose fines deemed excessive on citizens who break the law.
The Instagram users have reported multiple issues on the platform. These include having their accounts automatically unfollow President Trump and Donald Trump Jr. without their knowledge or consent, and being prevented from liking posts from President Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and other conservative accounts.
We have had multiple followers telling us they are unable to like our photos or haven't seen any of our posts on their feed for months. See our latest Qanon analysis to see why this is happening.
Walt Disney Co. is said to have pulled its advertising spending from YouTube, joining other companies including Nestle SA, after a blogger detailed how comments on Google’s video site were being used to facilitate a “soft-core pedophilia ring.” Some of the videos involved ran next to ads placed by Disney and Nestle.
On Sunday, Matt Watson, a video blogger, posted a 20-minute clip detailing how comments on YouTube were used to identify certain videos in which young girls were in activities that could be construed as sexually suggestive, such as posing in front of a mirror and doing gymnastics. Watson’s video demonstrated how, if users clicked on one of the videos, YouTube’s algorithms recommended similar ones. By Wednesday, Watson’s video had been viewed more than 1.7 million times.
Here is the Video from Matt Watson that was being posted around all social media a couple of days ago:
Benton set up his stand at a local strip mall Saturday, selling cups of cocoa for $2 each, plus 50 cents for large marshmallows dedicated to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. He placed a large sign in front of the stand with the words "Proceeds help Trump build the wall."
He made $231 in about an hour of sales before closing down after complaints to the owner of the store where Benton set up shop, even though his stand wasn't on store property, his parents said.
“I guess some liberals – or whatever you want to call them – they were griping at the owner (of the store) and going in and yelling at him and slamming him on Facebook,” Jennifer said.
Venezuela on Tuesday shut the maritime border with nearby Dutch Caribbean islands ahead of an opposition effort to bring in humanitarian aid from foreign territories including neighboring Curacao despite the protests of President Nicolas Maduro.
Maduro has rejected offers of foreign aid, denying there are widespread shortages and insisting that the country’s economic problems are the result of sanctions by Washington.
Attorney General William Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a summary of Mueller's confidential report.@evanperez@LauraAJarrett
“Clearly, the industry is getting pressure to be more transparent, which is a great thing for consumers,” Karbowicz told Healthline.
Part of that pressure is from the Trump administration, which last May unveiled “American Patients First,” its blueprint aimed at lowering drug costs and out-of-pocket expenses for consumers.
“One of my greatest priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs. In many other countries, these drugs cost far less than what we pay in the United States,” President Trump is quoted in the introduction to the report.
Sunday, U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Laredo Sector were fired upon by unidentified individuals while on patrol near the Rio Grande river bank. While patrolling the river bank, agents observed a group of individuals across the river on the banks of Mexico, and were able to determine that one of them was carrying what appeared to be a long firearm.
Shortly after, the agents were fired upon and took cover. None of the agents were injured.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release on the incident, describing it as a home invasion and burglary” which occurred shortly after noon. The 79-year-old woman “heard someone trying to get in a window and went to her back door to look out, at which time a black male was standing there.” She warned the would-be intruder not to come into her home.
She called 911 to report that the intruder was trying to get in her home. The 911 call recorded the woman saying, “Come on up in here, I got something for you.”
“Case Update: Jussie Smollett is now officially classified as a suspect in a criminal investigation by #ChicagoPolice for filing a false police report (Class 4 felony). Detectives are currently presenting evidence before a Cook County Grand Jury.”
The woman who claims to have left Alabama to join ISIS and now wants to return to the United States is not an American citizen and therefore cannot return to the nation, according to a statement from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The mainstream media has been attempting to paint a “heartbreaking” and sympathetic portrait of Hoda Muthana, despite the fact that she married four ISIS fighters in Syria.
“‘ISIS bride’ Hoda Muthana, who has been asking to return to the United States, is not an American citizen,” Pompeo said on Wednesday.
Who would have thought that, this deep into the Russia collusion probe, we'd be learning about yet another dossier connected to Hillary Clinton? And, as it turns out, it was sort of a family secret.
No matter what the IG investigation finds, it is clearer today than ever before that Ohr played an essential role in feeding a Clinton-financed political opposition-research project to the FBI.
Why? Because the Nest Guard alarm/motion sensor/keypad never listed a built-in microphone.
Now, Google has admitted it mistakenly did not list a microphone as part of the product's tech specifications. Its updated product page now mentions one.
Google's admission, first reported by Business Insider, comes as consumers increasingly find their privacy being encroached upon by technology.