Residents of Tijuana Mexico shout GET OUT at migrant horde heading towards America but seem to have stalled out. Sounds a lot like Mexicans, who often walk across the American border, don't seem to appreciate others come across theirs.
A conservative rally being held in Philadelphia on Saturday is drawing counter-protesters amid fears that more extreme right-wing groups such as the Proud Boys could make an appearance. The "We the People" rally was scheduled to start late morning and take place at Philadelphia's Independence Mall through the early afternoon.
The event's Facebook page describes it as a rally for the "silent majority," comprised of "Patriots, Militia, 3%, constitution loving Americans, pro good cop, pro ICE, pro law and order, pro life, pro American value, pro gun and anti illegal immigration." The event description adds, "ITS [sic] TIME TO SHOW PHILLY WHAT PATRIOTISM REALLY IS!!"
See if you can spot how many mental illnesses pop up during this clip. Leave it to Fake News CNN to defend the indefensible and to separate all of us by race and gender, keeping us at each other's throats.
Mass panic erupts on a schoolbus in Kansas after its driver tells the unruly group of schoolchildren aboard that they won't be going home.
The kids run around inside screaming as parents reassure their children and one shouts, "get my son off the bus now." One child hangs out of the window yelling for her .
The children were elementary school level, according to the filmer, who said that after the students became loud, the driver yelled at them, "telling them they are not going home and that they are going to stay in the bus all night."
The incident happened in Wichita, Sedgwick County on November 9.
This is a video of a vintage fighter jet crashing in Sheboygan Falls shortly after taking off from the Sheboygan County airport. The pilot was killed and two farm workers were injured. 40-50 cows were also killed in the crash.
A paedophile caught out by online vigilantes when on to sexually attack two teenagers just hours after he was let out of jail.
Married father, Neil Skelton, had been remanded in custody before a judge made the decision to release him on bail.
Skelton was arrested in a park in Leyland, Lancashire, on May 1 after going to meet what he thought was a 13-year-old girl.
But when he got there just before 8.20pm his vehicle was "blocked" by members of the Facebook group Catching Online Predators, who called police and detained him until they arrived, reports Hull Live .
Claire Holmes, prosecuting in Hull Crown Court on Friday, said the sting happened after Skelton, 32, sent a Facebook "friend request" to someone he thought was a 13-year-old girl on April 25.
Tucker Carlson and liberal radio host Chris Hahn got into a very heated debate about the intersection between religion, policy and politics during Carlson’s show Friday night.
Prior to the fight, Carlson aired a clip of Senators Kamala Harris and Sherrod Brown to prove they’re “self-righteous.” Harris received criticism after suggesting people view ICE and the KKK in similar ways. He aired a clip of Brown invoking Jesus to support his policies. (RELATED: Geraldo: ‘Shame On’ Kamala Harris For Asking Trump Nominee About Perceived Parallels Between ICE And KKK)
Earlier this week, Brown said, “When Jesus said when I was hungry, you fed me. When I was thirsty, you gave me drink. When I was a stranger, you welcomed me. What you did for those who seemed less important, you did for me. Not the least of these. It’s just society may act like they’re less important, but we don’t because we understand the value of people, we understand the dignity of work, we understand the values this country stands for.”
Pull your pants up, it's science time. A scientist was filming a cell division when a tardigrade swooped in and ate it up. Tardigrades aka "water bears" are microscopic animals capable of surviving the most extreme environments. Scientists have mapped out their genome and found it to contain more foreign DNA than any other animal.
The morning of September 22, 2017, Cristopher Precopia went to work at a lumber yard in Georgetown. By the end of the day, he was in jail facing 99 years in prison. But he didn't know why. Why had police come to his work and arrested him? Why was he being accused of these horrible crimes? Who was accusing him? She said he broke into her home in Temple. She said he sliced an "X" into her chest with a box cutter. She said it happened on Sept. 20, 2017 around 7:20 p.m.
Democrat Senator Kamala Harris compares ICE to the KKK during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing to consider the nomination of Ronald Vitello to be the director of ICE
50-year-old woman refused a bottle of wine on board a plane launched into a racist tirade against staff and claimed she was an "international criminal lawyer" who would take them to court.
In the video, uploaded to Twitter by a fellow passenger, the woman, who appears to be from either Britain or Ireland, is seen shouting expletive-laden threats at Air India staff.
The blonde, bare-footed woman yelled that she would "p--- all over" the flight attendants in court, and called a female staff member a "Indian f---ing money-grabbing b------", who she threatened to "turn inside out".
The passenger, who appeared to be flying in business class, also claimed to be a "leader of the f---ing boycott movement" and said she would arrange a boycott of Air India because they refused her a "wee bottle of wine".
Will the fake news media protect the pastor because he is a black man and represents black people in his church? Or does being a Christian and being against men dressing as women in his church nullify his blackness? This story is breaking now and will get interesting. I expect the fake news media will throw him under the bus with many protests to come.
More than two-years after Hillary Clinton refused to answer some of Judicial Watch's questions about her email server, a judge is stepping in to make her comply. One America's Kara McKinney has the latest on the lawsuit.
The Washington County sheriff's office has released dash-cam that show a shootout with a gunman Sunday. The agency said on Facebook that Sheriff Tim Helder chose to release the footage because bystander has already been posted online and "because of the great public interest it has generated." The , viewable above, also includes 911 audio and shots of the bullet holes in Washington County Cpl. Brett Thompson's vehicle. "We are so thankful Corporal Thompson, all other officers who were involved, as well as citizens who were in the areas of the incident, were unharmed," the statement on Facebook noted. Police identified the gunman as Luis Cobos-Cenobio, 29. He faces four charges of attempted capital murder and one charge each of fleeing, terroristic act, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement placed a hold on Cobos-Cenobio. Calls to the immigration office in Fort Smith were not answered Monday. He shot at law enforcement officers during a car chase that started in Tontitown and ended in Springdale, according to a news release from the Police Department. No officers were injured, but they did return fire. Cobos-Cenobio had an injury to his shoulder when he was arrested at the intersection of South Thompson Street and Don Tyson Parkway, according to the news release.
The incident started at 12:43 p.m. after Thompson attempted to pull over a green Saturn driving north on South Barrington Road near Steele Road in Tontitown for a traffic violation, according to a Washington County sheriff's office news release. The area is south of U.S. 412 and west of Interstate 49. Cobos-Cenobio eventually stopped the car on Steele Road. When Thompson got out of his patrol vehicle, Cobos-Cenobio opened his car door and began shooting, at which point Thompson returned fire, according to a news release from the sheriff's office. Cobos-Cenobio fled, then stopped a short distance later and let a female passenger out of the car before taking off again. A Springdale police officer spotted the car at 1:11 p.m. north of Lake Fayetteville. Cobos-Cenobio again shot at officers, according to the Springdale release. The Fayetteville Police Department and Arkansas State Police joined the chase that went into Fayetteville and back to Springdale. Cobos-Cenobio stopped the car and surrendered to police. He was treated at Northwest Medical Center and taken to the Washington County jail.