SEPTEMBER 12, 2020

BLM Folks May Suffer Some Consequences After All for Incident Involving the McCloskeys

Turns out there might be some consequences for some of the BLM people who trespassed on private property during the incident in which the McCloskeys defended themselves and their property by displaying guns.

Nine of the BLM members have now been issues summons for trespassing on the private street on which the McCloskeys lived. The city counselor’s office is still debating charges, according to ABC.

BLM members entered the street and some broke the wrought iron gate separating the public and private streets. A photographer covering the group reported that some of the BLM did in fact did break the gate after others had already trespassed onto the street. According to the McCloskeys, some then went on their lawn and threatened them, which is why they pulled their guns, they said.

Soros-supported Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner created a further firestorm when she chose to charge the couple unlawful use of a weapon for displaying the guns on their own property during the incident after they had been allegedly threatened.

Trump nominated for second Nobel Peace Prize following Serbia-Kosovo deal

President Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for a second time this week — this time for brokering a historic peace deal between Serbia and breakaway republic Kosovo.

In a Friday morning tweet, Magnus Jacobsson, a member of the Swedish Parliament, announced he was nominating the Trump administration and the two European nations for their “joint work for peace and economic development, through the cooperation agreement signed in the White House.”

“Trade and communications are important building blocks for peace,” Jacobsson wrote, sharing his letter to the Nobel Committee.

Hiring kicks off to fill hundreds of thousands of roles for the holiday shopping season

A handful of retailers, e-commerce sites and delivery giants are announcing their plans to hire hundreds of thousands of workers to prepare for a holiday shopping season unlike any other.

Americans spent more than $730 billion on holiday shopping in 2019, according to the National Retail Federation. Online and other non-store sales, which have steadily increased over the years, made up roughly $167.8 billion of the total spending in 2019.

Trump threatens to send in military troops if riots occur following an election victory

Any rioters who spread violence should President Trump win a second term in November could be met with military force, Trump warned.

In an interview with Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, Trump said any threat of rioting will be stopped immediately, citing the Insurrection Act.

"We'll put them down very quickly if they do that," Trump said, according to Politico, which obtained a preview of the interview. "We have the right to do that. We have the power to do that if we want."

He continued, "Look, it's called insurrection. We just send in, and we do it very easy. I mean, it's very easy. I'd rather not do that because there's no reason for it, but if we had to, we'd do that and put it down within minutes."


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