Megan Barth

Donald Trump says he will put down ‘INSURRECTION’ if he is declared winner and there are riots on election night

President Donald Trump is vowing to crush any ‘riots’ that occur among opposition should he be declared the winner on Election night – saying he would ‘put it down within minutes.’

Trump was asked about the hypothetical scenario by Fox News host Jeanine Pirro – who mentioned ‘threats’ of riots without providing specifics.

‘Let’s say there are threats. They say that they are going to threaten riots if they lose on election night, assuming we get a winner on election night. What are you going to do?’ the host asked him.

Mueller’s team members ‘accidentally’ wiped phones clean of data

Justice Department records obtained and published by Judicial Watch on Friday show that senior members of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team repeatedly and “accidentally” wiped data off phones assigned to them, according to the conservative watchdog group.

Twitter’s new rules will flag it if Trump claims early victory

Twitter said Thursday it will label or remove posts that prematurely declare victory in the upcoming U.S. election, making it the latest social media company to set out a plan for a prolonged vote count and a president who appears primed to dispute results if he does not win.

Woke Twitter desperately tries to defend pro-pedophile movie ‘Cuties’

Netflix has created a massive controversy for itself with their new film ‘Cuties’, which critics are lambasting as “pedophilic.” Even IMDB has classified the film as having scenes which are “lawfully defined as pedophilia.” The movie depicts a cast of preteen girls who join a dance team, and the entire film is populated by explicit shots of the girl’s bodies, references to child molestation, and dance numbers that have made viewers incredibly uncomfortable. Many on Twitter are referring to the movie as unabashed child pornography.

Oscars diversity criteria is preaching from a cult that clapped a paedophile and lauded Harvey Weinstein

Hollywood, you’re swinging so far left you’re bumping into your own a**!’ When it comes to summing up Tinseltown’s latest attempt to promote absurd wokery, I can’t put it any better than actress Kirstie Alley, long-standing star of the much-loved TV sitcom Cheers.

Remember Cheers? An international staple of the 1980s, it was made in a time when movies were designed to be Saturday night entertainment rather than Sunday morning sermons.

NFL rating sacked as season opener fails to draw viewers

Last weekend, we noted that primetime ratings for ‘woke’ Major League Baseball dropped over 30% – which joined the ‘woke’ NBA in a ratings disaster.

Now, the NFL appears to be suffering as well – with this year’s socially distanced season opener between the Kansas City Chiefs – the reigning Super Bowl champs, stomping the Houston Texans 34-20 with dismal ratings as well.

American Airiknes allows flight attendants to wear Black Lives Matter pins

American Airlines crews will be allowed to wear Black Lives Matter pins on their uniforms while on duty, the company announced Sunday.

“In addition, the company is also working to design its own pin that will show its symbolic support of a diverse and inclusive work environment,” according to Fox News.

Prestigous medical journal publishes letter showing success of Hydroxychloroquine as COVID-19 treatment

JAMA published a research letter titled, “SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Community Health Workers in India Before and After Use of Face Shields,” on Aug. 17. The author, Dr. M. Emmanuel Bhaskar, performed the research about face shields but made an interesting discovery about hydroxychloroquine along the way.

Sweden has just 13 coronavirus patients in intensive care and has suffered an average of just one death per day in the last 10 despite avoiding lockdown

Sweden has just 13 patients in intensive care and has suffered an average of a single death per day for the last 10 despite avoiding lockdown.

Stockholm’s strategy of ‘herd immunity’ – once backed by Downing Street – to allow the disease to spread through the population, was criticised as reckless but the data increasingly vindicates the decision.

Sweden (population 10 million) has 13 patients in intensive care, by comparison the United Kingdom (population 66 million) has 843 patients in hospital, 80 of them on ventilators.