19 Oct 2019

Riots Stun Chile
Residents of Chile’s capital awoke Saturday to a ravaged city as burned-out buses, bikes and garbage littered the streets after a day of violent protests that prompted the government to declare a state of emergency and call out soldiers to maintain order for the first time in decades.

Twitter War Breaks Out Between “Russian Asset” Tulsi Gabbard And “Warmongering Queen” Hillary Clinton
“From the day I announced my candidacy, there has been a concerted campaign to destroy my reputation. We wondered who was behind it and why. Now we know — it was always you.”

France Foils “Sept. 11-Style” Terrorist Attack
French intelligence must be particularly vigilant since their city encompasses many of Europe’s most recognizable monuments and statues…

Post-tropical storm Nestor batters Florida with storm surge, tornadoes
Post-tropical storm Nestor is expected to make landfall in Florida Saturday as it brings heavy rain, gusty winds, storm surge, and possible tornadoes to parts of the Southeast U.S.

Louisiana could become the first state without abortion access as soon as next year
Louisiana could become the first state not to have legal abortion access since the procedure was legalized in 1973. Depending on the outcome of an upcoming Supreme Court case next spring, the state could see abortion access effectively eliminated, even though Roe v. Wade — the case that legalized the procedure — would stay intact.

The Late Great State Of California
It’s not that California anymore. We are overregulated and overtaxed and people aren’t so optimistic. People want to leave…

Florida Set to Require Schools to Teach Human Trafficking Prevention
In a bold move earlier this month, Florida’s State Board of Education voted unanimously to require schools to teach human trafficking prevention in all K-12 schools.

At least 28 killed, 286 homes destroyed as severe flooding hits Upper East Region, Ghana
Eight days of unusually heavy rain caused severe floods in parts of northeastern Ghana, leaving at least 28 people dead.

‘Start Your Day With Maximum Gay:’ Kellogg’s Launches LGBT Cereal
Have you ever eaten Froot Loops and thought, “This cereal isn’t gay enough?” Do you seek a safe space to eat your Rice Krispies? Are you concerned that your Corn Flakes aren’t sufficiently woke? Well, now Kellogg’s has the solution!

Dangerous storm surge and tropical-storm-force winds expected along portions of Gulf Coast
Dangerous storm surge and tropical-storm-force winds expected along portions of the northern Gulf Coast later today, October 18 and tonight (CDT) as a dangerous weather system, currently designated Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen, heads toward northern Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and the Carolinas.

Thousands of Occultists Plan Halloween ‘Spell’ Ritual to ‘Stop Trump’
Thousands of ‘occult’ opponents of President Donald Trump are reportedly planning to gather in order to cast a ritualist spell to prevent the administration from ‘harming the country.’

China Bans Exports Of Black Clothing To Hong Kong Amid Escalating Social Unrest
Bulk items of masks, riot gear, umbrellas, helmets, and sticks, were also on the export ban list.

At least 8 killed in mayhem surrounding Mexico’s failed effort to capture El Chapo’s son
Mexican security forces aborted an attempt to capture a son of imprisoned drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman after finding themselves outgunned in a ferocious shootout with cartel henchmen that left at least eight people dead and more than 20 wounded, authorities said Friday.

SHOCK: President bound, abused in Times Square ad
President Trump — held against his will and abused — is the focus of a new ad campaign by the athletic apparel company Dhvani.