If the FBI clears Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct allegations this week, 60 percent of Americans want him confirmed to the Supreme Court.
— Read on www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/10/02/poll-60-want-kavanaugh-confirmed-if-fbi-dismisses-allegations/
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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Finally selecting James Comey’s replacement as head of the department, President Donald Trump named McGruff the Crime Dog as FBI Director Wednesday morning.
— Read on babylonbee.com/news/trump-selects-mcgruff-crime-dog-fbi-director
WASHINGTON, D.C.—In the midst of Judge Kavanaugh’s ongoing confirmation process, Bill Clinton offered a few words in order to discourage the Senate from confirming the man to the Supreme Court, claiming that “allegations of sexual misconduct should disqualify a man from public office.”
— Read on babylonbee.com/news/bill-clinton-allegations-of-sexual-misconduct-should-disqualify-a-man-from-public-office
German police in the state of Hesse arrested a teenager in September for plotting an Islamic terror attack on a gay club and church in the city of Frankfurt.
— Read on m.jpost.com/International/Turkish-teenager-who-plotted-to-blow-up-gay-club-in-Frankfurt-arrested-567201
Former Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that the Obama administration knew that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad kept some of his chemical weapons despite an international agreement brokered to remove the entire stockpile by mid-2014.
“We said we got a hundred percent of the declared weapons out, which is what the Organization for the [Prohibition] of Chemical Weapons was able to track,” Kerry said on Fox News. “We knew that Assad had kept some, and we tried to go to the [United Nations] Security Council, and, unfortunately, Russia played games and we didn’t get there.”
— Read on freebeacon.com/national-security/kerry-we-knew-assad-kept-some-chemical-weapons/
A book highly critical of Islam is the number one bestselling non-fiction book in Germany selling well over 100,000 copies.
— Read on www.breitbart.com/london/2018/09/13/controversial-anti-islam-book-shoots-to-top-of-german-best-seller-list/