“You know, 11 million people live in the shadows. I believe they’re already American citizens,” Biden said at a Washington gathering of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Zamora’s wife and daughter found his body in the alley. His son looked out of the house in time to see a man who resembled his neighbor, Pedrote, leaving the scene, prosecutors said.
Detectives were interviewing Zamora’s wife at her home on Friday evening when they saw Pedrote walk out of a neighboring home with a gun in his waistband, prosecutors said. Cops stopped him, but not before Pedrote allegedly injured three of the officers by resisting.
According to prosecutors, cops found Pedrote’s passport, a phone, two duffle bags of clothing and toiletries, and a half-ounce of cocaine in his car.
Dr. Anthony Fauci wants Americans — particularly Rep. Jim Jordan — to know that the “liberty thing” does not concern him during discussions on the COVID-19 pandemic.
“When is the time?” the Ohio Republican asked about a return to normalcy. “When do Americans get their freedom back? … What outcome do we have to reach before Americans get their liberty and freedoms back?”
“Staying at home doesn’t mean making a daily stop at the grocery store because you need to get out of the house. Staying at home means you must stay at home.” – The unelected Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine … Continue reading →
Five states had an increased jump in cases. In all but Florida–New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey–the states remain in some form of lockdown. Together, they had “more than 196,400 of the country’s 453,360 cases reported in the last week,” CNN reported. Cases are increasing where lockdowns remain and decreasing where lockdowns are loosened or eradicated.
At this point, it’s worth observing that in places where states have reopened faster, cases seem to go down as a general whole. Whether this is because fresh air is helpful or herd immunity is being reached faster because people are out and about remains to be seen. But at the very least, it’s absurd to suggest strict lockdowns should remain anywhere.
Often referred to as the “Battles of Lexington, and Concord,” the fighting on April 19, 1775 raged over 16 miles along the Bay Road from Boston to Concord, and included some 1,700 British regulars and over 4,000 Colonial militia. British Casualties totaled 273; 73 Killed, 174 wounded, 26 missing.
Oct 11, 2019 – Pew’s study also found of those who rely on social media for their news, industry giant Facebook is now where about half (52%) of American adults get the news, while YouTube came in second at 28%…