Via the man's friend who filmed the Democrats illegal activity:
THIS IS ELECTION TAMPERING. I was sent this video by a friend who wishes to remain anonymous, I have blurred the reflections to obscure their identity. The attendant told this person "Don't go making a fool of yourself", after they complained…
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Democrats should be prepared to “throw a punch” in the political arena, while discussing the midterm election with podcaster Jonathan Van Ness at the Bentzen Ball in Washington D.C. last month.
It’s the kind of goof that the folks who scream about “fake news” likely will scream about. MSNBC this evening briefly put a graphic onscreen that showed “vote counts” for the Florida gubernatorial race — you know, the one being held tomorrow.
Election Day got off to a rocky start when voters in one town outside Phoenix showed up to vote only to find their polling place had been foreclosed upon the day before.
Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes said the landlord of the building, which appears to be a strip mall, locked it overnight after workers had already set up the polling place. There are ballots inside the building, he said.
Fontes said his staff is working with the sheriff’s office to see whether they can forcibly enter the property to collect the ballots and equipment. In the meantime, he said poll workers set up a temporary polling place in the parking lot.
Gabriel Rego, 38, got into a heated exchange with the off-duty cop as he felt he cut him off. The biker kicks out before speeding off only to slump to the floor moments later with a bullet in the back. The victim screams 'I'm going to die' and was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. He may never walk again.
Video footage opens with two fishermen Jarrad Edwards and his friend Casey Mitchell in a small boat just off the coast of St Kilda, Victoria. In the video, Mr Edwards, 35, is eyeing off a squid lurking just beside the boat but is struggling to catch the animal.
WARNING - DISTRESSING VIDEO: Bystanders vainly attempted to save 56-year-old Mario Melo by repeatedly smacking the former athlete on the back
This is the harrowing moment horrified onlookers try to save the life of a former champion boxer who collapsed and died during a croissant-eating competition.
Several men surround Argentinian Mario Melo and attempt to dislodge food stuck in his throat after he suffered complications during a croissant eating contest .
Footage taken from the crowd show the men smacking 1990 WBA light-heavyweight world title challenger Mario, 56, on the back to free his airwaves.
Tragically, he died as he choked on his third croissant during Sunday’s competition in the Atlantic coastal resort of Pinamar near the city of Mar del Plata.
An autopsy on Monday confirmed the southpaw, a South American light-heavyweight and heavyweight champion in the eighties and nineties, had choked to death after his windpipe became blocked with dough.
ix prisoners and 2 deputies escaped an inferno after the vehicle transporting them was hit in a collision and burst into flames.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office confirmed the incident happened Monday morning at the cross-section of Jackson Street and Commerce Street in downtown Houston when a pickup truck reportedly ran a red light.
All 8 criminal passengers from the prison van went to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Meanwhile the man who caused the incident was not injured and may have been running late to an appointment.
Google Translate. According to IRIB, Farrakhan delivered remarks to students at the University of Tehran:
Pointing to women’s freedoms in the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Muslim Muslim leader said: “In the Islamic Revolution of Iran, men are alongside women and women are free to reach the ultimate level of their talent.”
He said that the United States and Israel are one of the most feared countries in the Islamic Republic of Iran, and if we do not resist them, we will leave nothing but death and destruction for our children.
The Muslim leader of the United States, in the end, stressed: Make a promise of self-striving to strengthen the interest of Muslims.
He then spoke the phrase “Death to America” in Farsi, and a number of students also accompanied him.
This the moment a driver was caught on camera throwing a full water bottle at a cyclist in Maryland, USA.
Two female cyclists were training for an ironman contest last year in the Blackwater Refuge near Cambridge, Maryland and were travelling down a road at about 18 miles per hour when suddenly the driver of a pick-up truck going in the opposite direction hurled the bottle at one of the women, hitting her on the hand.
The cyclists estimated that the driver was travelling at about 60 miles per hour.
The which was captured by a camera mounted on one of the bikes was handed over to police who later charged the driver, according to one of the cyclists.
Although the incident was recorded in September 2017, the has only just come to light.
Royole beat Samsung and Huawei to the punch by releasing the first-ever commercially available smartphone-tablet hybrid on Nov. 1.
California-based start-up Royole may not be so little-known for much longer. The world has been on the edge of its seat waiting for Samsung or Huawei to unveil the world’s first foldable smartphone-tablet, but Royole has beaten to them to it by unveiling its own FlexPai.
Similar to what Samsung has been teasing about its model, this next-generation smartphone can be used either folded or unfolded, “giving it the portability of a smartphone plus the screen size of a high-definition tablet.”
Certainly, Samsung’s thunder has been stolen. Though Royole has a much smaller development team, the device has an impressive array of features to help it compete with mobile giants across the globe.
The 7.8-inch AMOLED screen supports split screens and multi-tasking; you can even drag and drop just like on your computer. The screen automatically adjusts the display size to adapt to your movie or video game.
When the FlexPai is folded, both screens on the front and back can work together or independently, depending on what you’re doing. The side edge where the hinge is can display notifications much like a typical smartphone notification bar, as well as manage calls, messages and “other notices that may disturb the primary and secondary screen usage.”
That hinge is sturdy. It can reportedly withstand 200,000 folds and even twists. The device can be folded at different angles, which the operating system, Royole’s own Water OS, will conform to.