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    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott unveiled a brainless—and unbelievably cruel—scheme on Wednesday: to bus asylum seekers from Texas to Washington, D.C., where they will be dumped on the Capitol steps. The announcement came in response to the Biden administration ending Title 42, a pandemic-era emergency order implemented by Donald Trump that allowed migrants to be sent back to Mexico at the border, even if they were seeking asylum. The order was intended to stem the flow of COVID into the U.S., but many migrant advocates and political observers believed it was just a pretext for Trump’s hardline immigration policies. While it is not illegal to seek asylum in the U.S., the number of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border has swelled since President Joe Biden took office. Abbott fumed on Wednesday that the federal government was releasing large numbers of migrants into Texas. “To help local officials whose communities are being overwhelmed by hordes of illegal immigrants who are being dropped off by the Biden administration, Texas is providing charter buses to send these illegal immigrants who have been dropped...
    Regardless of who the Dallas Cowboys face in the Wild Card Round, Dak Prescott will be ready to ball out. Dak Prescott’s confidence is through the roof right now. Not only did the Dallas Cowboys take down the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday night, but Prescott put on a show and tossed for five touchdowns, breaking Tony Romo’s single-season TD record with the team. Now, the Cowboys will have to wait and see who they’ll take on next weekend in the NFC Wild Card Round of the playoffs. Regardless of which defense lines up to try and stop Prescott, the star signal-caller made it clear he’ll be ready to face the challenge head on. Dak Prescott on the Cowboys’ playoff opponent: “It doesn’t matter. Line em up. … Whoever it is, wherever it is, we’re ready for this run.” pic.twitter.com/mTGnQGNHvz — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 9, 2022 Dak Prescott doesn’t care who the Cowboys take on in the postseason That’s the kind of mindset that Dallas supporters surely love seeing. While the Cowboys offense has looked rough in recent games, Prescott...
    Atlanta Hawks star Trae Young explained why he shimmied before hitting a 3-pointer against the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Atlanta Hawks are now three wins away from reaching the NBA Finals after they defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 116-113 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday. This game will forever be known as “The Trae Young Show,” as the guard dropped 48 points on the Bucks for the victory. But everyone remembers one shot that resulted in three of those 48 points. In the second half, Young had plenty of time standing behind the 3-point line and decided to shimmy before letting go of his shot, which hit nothing but net. Following the win, Young was asked why he did the cold-blooded shimmy before hitting the 3-pointer. The star responded by saying he “had a lot of time.” You can hear Young’s full comments in the tweet below, via Ben Golliver of The Washington Post. Trae Young on shimmying before his three: "I had a lot of time," he said, smiling. —...
    One fact no one disputes in the sensational murder trial playing out this week at a small courthouse in Chalon-sur-Saone, rural Burgundy, is that the middle-aged woman who stands in the dock is a killer. Valerie Bacot, a 40-year-old mother-of-four, has used a series of interviews, witness statements and a bestselling memoir to tell how she shot her husband (and former stepfather) Daniel Polette in the back of the neck as he turned the key in the ignition of their Peugeot 806 people carrier on the night of Sunday, March 13, 2016. ‘There was a loud noise, the flash, the smell,’ she has recalled, explaining in vivid detail how she rested a loaded pistol on the headrest of the driver’s seat to ensure that she wouldn’t miss, before closing her eyes and pulling its trigger. ‘I didn’t really understand. I got out of the car and he fell out.’ Later that night, Bacot enlisted two of her sons, plus her daughter’s boyfriend, to help bury Polette’s corpse face down in woods not far from their home in the small village...
    Ronell Watson, 33, was sentenced at a federal courthouse in Brooklyn Tuesday  A suspected Crips gang member has been sentenced to 31 years in jail for the 'cold-blooded' attempted murder of an FBI special agent who he shot in the back during an unrelated undercover assignment. Ronell Watson, 33, was sentenced at a federal courthouse in Brooklyn on Tuesday to 382 months in federal prison, almost two years after a jury convicted him of the attempted murder and assault of Special Agent Christopher Harper. Harper was sitting in his parked car carrying out surveillance for an unrelated case on the afternoon of December 8 2018. Watson cornered the agent in his vehicle, before getting out and opening fire. Harper was shot in the back but managed to drive away, before returning fire and shooting Watson in the hand.   Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York Mark Lesko announced the sentencing Tuesday as he said 'justice has been served.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Moment 28 inmates attempt to escape Ecuador prison...
    MEGHAN McCain has blasted Derek Chauvin as a “cold-blooded murderer who should rot in hell” as she and The View hosts said on Tuesday they fear riots if he is found not-guilty.  McCain said she believed that George Floyd was “murdered in cold blood in front of a group of people” when the ex-Minneapolis cops knelt on his neck for more than nine minutes as he was being arrested over an alleged fake $20 on May 25.  ???? Read our George Floyd trial live blog for the latest updates 9Meghan McCain blasted Derek Chauvin as a 'cold-blooded murderer'Credit: ABC 9Chauvin is pictured during closing statements on MondayCredit: AP She called the now infamous bystander video of 46-year-old Floyd’s death a “huge wake up call for so many people” as she said she hopes Chauvin is convicted.  The View host added that she hadn’t watched the full murder trial which she described as “emotional and jarring.” “I don’t need to see it because I’ve seen the George Floyd video and I don't know how you’d find any individual anywhere who doesn’t...
    THE club was lined with women at small tables drinking strawberry daiquiris ferried to them by handsome male waiters. As the tension in the room built to a climax, an MC appeared, struggling to be heard over the all-female audience. 9At its height in the '80s, Chippendales was 'the ultimate fantasy land for women'Credit: Getty “Ladies, fasten your seat belts!” he exclaimed as the main attraction bounded on stage. The audience went wild at the sight of the muscled, baby-oil-slicked male dancers, wearing collars, cuffs, black Spandex pants and little else. The Chippendales were in the house. Backstage, however, a very different type of screaming was coming from the office, as Chippendales founder Somen “Steve” Banerjee and choreographer Nick De Noia fought over who was responsible for the infamous act’s outrageous success. With Steve stopping at nothing to stay one pelvic thrust ahead of the competition, this vicious power struggle would end in a murder that would rock America on April 7, 1987. Now, the seedy saga is set to be retold by Hollywood in an upcoming film...
    Amanda Marcotte October 23, 2020 5:12PM (UTC) The word on the media reviews for Thursday night's second — and blessedly last — debate of the presidential campaign is that it was civil. "It was civil, calm, sedate, substantive (at times) and, almost, even normal," Shane Goldmacher at the New York Times writes.  : "It came down to muting the president," Robin Givhan of the Washington Post writes. "That's what it took to stage a reasonably civil debate between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden." Deirdre Walsh at NPR declared the Nashville debate " a much different — and far more civil — night than the last encounter." I don't know what debate these analysts were watching. Because the one I saw was between a normal politician, Joe Biden, and a man whose utter lack of empathy for any other human being is only matched by his baseless self-regard. The mute button only allowed Trump to speak at greater length, showcasing for all of America to see a textbook illustration of what sociopathy looks like. Afterwards, I wondered if Christian Bale had been watching, and if so,...
    A man was fatally shot execution-style in the head and neck just steps away from a Bronx school after getting into a heated argument with his attacker on Thursday afternoon.  The grisly incident took place at around 4.30pm outside a bodega on East 141st Street at Cypress Avenue in the Mott Haven neighborhood, directly across the street from an elementary school.  According to police and an eyewitness, 33-year-old Felix Medina had gotten into a verbal dispute with another man. A baseball cap is seen resting in a pool of blood following an execution-style shooting of 33-year-old Felix Medina in The Bronx on Thursday  Medina was arguing with another man outside the La Victoria deli on East 141st Street at 4pm on Thursday when the dispute took a violent turn  A witness said a suspect pulled a gun from his bag and opened fire, shooting Medina in the head and neck in broad daylight  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next NYC murder rate soars by 27% and gang violence rises 52% in... Gunman,...
    On the first Sunday of September, a work crew showed up alongside the Cattaraugus Tunnel, a highway underpass in Los Angeles, and stacked 66 large boulders along its walls. The rocks appeared in the tunnel, which connects the L.A. neighborhoods of Reynier Village and the Culver City Arts District, without notice or forewarning, leaving residents to discover them on their own. The next day, a local organizer snapped a picture of the scene, writing: “What the absolute fuck is this shit?”  The answer was “hostile architecture,” or urban design features ostensibly deployed to deter crime, but which often serve only to limit where unhoused people can sleep. Before the boulders arrived, the tunnel had been home to at least three homeless residents. The space allowed some privacy and—more importantly, during a weekend that reached the highest temperature in Los Angeles County history—shade. Now, there was no room to sit down by the wall, much less pitch a tent.  As news of the rocks spread on social media, activists searched for the responsible party. Organizers with Street Watch LA, a coalition...
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