Lonely D-Day Anniversary in Normandy Amid Coronavirus Restrictions

The ongoing unrest, turmoil and riots in our nation over the last several days, have also taken the thoughts and minds away from this solemn anniversary.

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from Breitbart News:

SAINT-LAURENT-SUR-MER, France (AP) – At least the dead will always be there.

All too many have been, for 76 years since that fateful June 6th on France’s Normandy beaches, when Allied troops in 1944 turned the course of World War II and went on to defeat fascism in Europe in one of the most remarkable feats in military history.

Forgotten they will never be. Revered, yes. But Saturday’s anniversary will be one of the loneliest remembrances ever, as the coronavirus pandemic is keeping almost everyone away — from government leaders to frail veterans who might not get another chance for a final farewell to their unlucky comrades.

Rain and wind are also forecast, after weeks of warm, sunny weather.

“I miss the others,” said Charles Shay, who as a U.S. Army medic was in the first wave of soldiers to wade ashore at Omaha Beach under relentless fire on D-Day.

 
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Tucker: Liberal Activists Now Want to ‘Defund the Police’

If this seems like another episode of the silly and fleeting hysteria that sometimes grips our culture, you should know that it’s not. It’s real and the people pushing it are deadly serious.

Related: Mayor Slashes LAPD Budget As Calls To ‘Defund Police’ Slowly Pick Up Steam.

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All Rioters, Arsonists, Looters in St. Louis Freed from Jail Without Charges

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by John Binder

All rioters, arsonists, and looters have been released from jail in St. Louis, Missouri, without facing charges thus far by city prosecutors.

Throughout riots in St. Louis this week, only 36 individuals were arrested for rioting, looting, and committing arson. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch confirmed that all of those arrested, though, have been released from jail without charges against them.

“In a stunning development, our office has learned that every single one of the St. Louis looters and rioters arrested were released back onto the streets by local prosecutor Kim Gardner,” Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said in a statement posted online. Read the rest HERE.

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Mark Levin: ‘Sadly, Bush 43 Sounds Like an Idiot.’

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Media Falsely Claims Tear Gas Used Against Rioters

by Mollie Hemingway

The entire narrative the media glommed onto in lockstep was that Trump was a monster who tear-gassed peaceful protesters to do something meaningless. None of that was true.

Following days of violent riots and looting in cities across the country, Washington, D.C., announced a 7 p.m. curfew on Monday night. About the same time, President Donald Trump addressed the nation from the Rose Garden. Afterward, he walked through Lafayette Park to St. John’s Episcopal Church, which rioters had set on fire the night before. Standing before the church sign, which reads “All are welcome,” President Trump, who previously said he’d be paying his respects to a very special place, held up a Bible.

The speech announcing the country would return to rule of law and protection of civil liberties, the walk through a park that the night before had been given over to rioters, and the visit to the vandalized historic church where every president has worshiped since James Madison, were reassuring to many in the country.

For the media, however, these actions were further proof that Orange Man Bad is literally the worst, restoring rule of law is criminal, and standing in front of a church holding a Bible is an assault on the American conscience. They focused on how the Park Police had cleared the area ahead of the city-wide curfew declared by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser.

Facts were no barrier to their narrative. They spun a tale of violent, jack-booted cops running rampant through the streets over innocent docile protesters, using tear gas to clear the area. It turns out none of that was true.

Every single major media outlet falsely reported that Park Police were unprovoked when they used “tear gas” to clear the area. If any of that were true, it might mark the first time in history that cops without gas masks launched tear gas in an area that the president of the United States easily walked through minutes later. Read the rest HERE.

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Michelle Malkin ♦ ‘Get Up Off Your Knees’

by Michelle Malkin

Dear law-abiding Americans: You have done nothing wrong.

Being white is not a crime. Being a Trump voter is not a crime. Being a police officer sworn to “protect and serve” every day is not a crime. Being a non-white police officer proud to uphold and enforce law and order is not a crime. Being a black or brown or yellow American who rejects excusing criminal behavior is not a crime.

Rejecting collective guilt is not a crime. Refusing to acknowledge “white privilege” when you were born poor, or in a broken home, or with physical or psychological challenges, is not a crime. Embracing the historic American nation, instead of erasing it, is not a crime.

Enforcing your private property rights is not a crime. Teaching your wife and children to use a gun in self-defense is not a crime. Owning an AR-15 or two is not a crime.

Do not let the media, Hollywood, academics or politicians gaslight you. Stop internalizing lies. Who are the criminals? Who are the heroes? Who are the makers and keepers of peace? Who are the sowers and reapers of hate? Read the rest HERE.

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James Woods Decimates Democrats and Their Snoozed COVID Alarm Now That It’s Riot Time

Perhaps the one healing component of all the violence, theft, and arson as of late is that we appear to have been cured of the coronavirus.

We must’ve been — some media and government officials which constantly told us to stay home or else threaten the health of all of America are now promoting public rioting and looting — an endeavor not practiced in six-foot intervals.

Many have noticed the about-face of justice-minded germs, and one of those is Oscar-nominated actor James Woods.

James took to Twitter to point it out:


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Tucker Carlson Gave the Most Important, Riveting Monologue of His Career and It’s a Must Watch

Tucker Carlson went live last night after a weekend of violent rioting and looting across many of America’s major cities. He took no prisoners in what was easily the most important monologue of his career. It’s a moment in media history that will still be talked about a decade from now. That’s how powerful it was, whether you agree with every conclusion or not. Read the rest HERE.

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Over 400 NYC Looters to Be Freed from Jail Thanks to ‘Bail Reform’ Policy

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JUNE 1: A looter grabs merchandise during a night of protests and vandalism over the death of George Floyd on June 1, 2020 in New York City.

by John Binder

More than 400 looters arrested in New York City, New York, riots this week will be immediately freed from jail thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D-NY) “bail reform” policy that eliminated bail for many nonviolent and violent crimes.

As riots rage on in New York City — and Mayor Bill de Blasio has refused to deploy the U.S. National Guard — hundreds of looters arrested for burglarizing shops and stores are set to be immediately freed back onto the streets.

The New York Times noted that more than 400 people in New York City have been arrested for looting commercial businesses. Almost all of them will likely be released from jail immediately after their arraignments in court. Read the rest HERE.

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Liberty University, Once Accused of Being Reckless for Reopening During Pandemic, Finishes Semester — With ZERO coronavirus Cases

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by Sarah Taylor

Liberty University, once criticized for choosing to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, finished its spring semester without a single confirmed case, The College Fix reported Tuesday.

In March, the Christian university came under heavy fire for its decision to resume classes.

What are the details?

In the early days of the pandemic, college President Jerry Falwell Jr. announced that the school would reopen for students with a necessity to remain in campus housing.

In a year-end note to students, Falwell wrote, “We are thankful to God that nobody who lived in a campus residence hall or who worked in a campus office tested positive for the virus. No positive COVID-19 test anywhere in our region was linked to Liberty students who returned to their dorms after Spring Break.”

Falwell pointed out that the only COVID-19 cases that the university community saw were as a result of employees working from home. Read the rest HERE.

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