Political News & Social Views

Month: May 2021

Radar Footage of Nine UFOs Swarming US Navy Ship Confirmed True by Pentagon

A video showing at least nine UFOs swarming a U.S. warship has been confirmed to be true by the Pentagon after the footage was made public by a UFO expert.

“I can confirm that the video you sent was taken by Navy personnel, and that the UAPTF (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force) included it in their ongoing examinations,” a Pentagon spokesperson told an NBC correspondent.

Illinois OKs bill banning police deception to young suspects

Springfield, Ill. (AP) — Illinois became the first state Sunday to pass a bill that will ban police from lying to youth during interrogations — a practice that adds significantly to the risk of false confessions and wrongful convictions. It is expected to be signed into law by the governor in coming weeks.

Rep. McCaul Calls CCP Virus Origin ‘Worst Cover-Up In Human History’

Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), the lead Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, on Sunday said it was “more likely than not” that COVID-19 originated from a lab accident, calling it the “worst cover-up in human history.”

“I do think it’s more likely than not it emerged out of the lab, most likely accidentally,” McCaul said during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Veterans Rip Kamala Harris for Tone Deaf Memorial Day Weekend Tweet

Veterans ripped Vice President Kamala Harris for her Memorial Day weekend tweet that made no mention of the purpose of Memorial Day, which is to honor those who died fighting for the nation.

“Enjoy the long weekend,” Harris tweeted from her official account, along with a close-up photo of herself.

Veterans lambasted the tweet immediately.

Texas Senate Passes Major GOP-Backed Election Reform Bill

The Texas state Senate passed a sweeping election overhaul bill on May 30 that has been criticized by high-profile Democrats over provisions that they say expands restrictions and penalties.

The legislation was approved largely along party lines after an overnight debate stretched into the morning of May 30, according to local media. The House had a deadline of midnight on May 30 to approve the proposal.