A Bangladesh-born Muslim man, Akayed Ullah, was arrested for trying to bomb the New York Port Authority building, but the device strapped to his body exploded prematurely and only injured him. There was panic in the tunnel, and three other people were injured. Ullah told authorities “They’ve been bombing in my country, and I wanted to do damage here.” Ullah entered the US in 2011 as a foreign relative in the chain-migration program. Chain migration allows new immigrants to the U.S. to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives with them.
Democrat Senator, Kirsten Gillibrand, has called for President Trump to resign over the provably false ‘sexual misconduct’ allegations against him. In his Tweet, Trump responded: “Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer, and someone who would come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump.” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders shut down a reporter who tried to make accusations of sexism against Trump based on the phrase “would do anything”. Sanders suggested that people should get their minds out of the gutter.
Alabama elected Democrat, Doug Jones, in a tight race against Judge Roy Moore who was the target of a smear campaign by Democrats, the media, late-night comics, and George Soros. The Senate is now composed of 51 Republicans and 49 Democrats. [That is not as important as it may seem, because there is no conflict between the two parties on most important issues, such as US sovereignty, the Federal Reserve. and privacy. The leaders of both parties support global government, fiat money, and the surveillance state.]
650 people were arrested in the UK in 2017 for posting something to the Internet that was deemed by the government to be ‘offensive’. Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange visited the UK and asked people on the street for their opinions on free speech and censorship. Luke met Vernon Mussington who recently was arrested for the ‘hate crime’ of misgendering a trans-gender person by calling that person a “Geezer”, which is a common British word for a mature male. Mussington fought the case and, fortunately, was acquitted, but he had to defend himself in court.
InfoWars reporter, Owen Shroyer, filed a police report against Antifa masked members with guns who blocked him from attending a protest. He intends to press charges against Antifa for preventing his free speech, preventing his right to assemble, brandishing firearms, illegal detention, and intimidation with firearms. He also hopes to file a civil-rights charge with federal officials. His video shows that the Austin Police Department was on the scene but did nothing to help him.