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Violent Protesters Storm Into Columbus Police HQ & Pepper Spray Officer In the Face

They are getting more and more violent!!

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Riots. Looting. Race-baiting. All part of the new liberal agenda. In other words, these socialists will ball their eyes out until they get want they want.

And what they want is no more cops. Or conservatives.

And the MSM will continue to egg these radicals on.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — People protesting the deaths of people by law enforcement officers were able to briefly get inside Columbus Division of Police Headquarters Tuesday night.

Members of the group were at Mayme Moore Park earlier in the evening for a vigil and balloon release.

Then, a crowd of about 50 demonstrators gathered outside police headquarters and marched around the immediate area.

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Police asked the demonstrators to leave and Fuqua said they pepper-sprayed at least one officer.

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Journalist Pulls Out Phone, Calls Number Listed as Prince Andrew’s Phone in Epstein’s ‘Little Black Book’

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Ahead of an ITV documentary set to air on Tuesday night called “Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile,” the network’s Ranvir Singh, the political editor for British talk show Good Morning Britain, joined the program’s co-hosts, Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid, on Tuesday morning.

The documentary will cover what is known about Prince Andrew’s relationship with recently convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and her late boyfriend, disgraced pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein.

The Daily Mail published a clip from the forthcoming show in which Singh calls a mobile telephone number she’s found in Jeffrey Epstein’s “little black book.”


Looking at the list of Epstein’s contact, Ranvir says: “The names and numbers in here are vast. It’s not exactly a little black book by any means.”

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“The one that really catches your attention is the one up here and this is for the Duke of York. Duke of York, Buckingham Palace, London, his address, it says here, and there are numbers for Sunning Hill, Wood Farm, his Equerry, Balmoral with what looks like a mobile phone number on here for him, I’m going to give it a go.”

She dials the number and the call goes straight to a message which sounds very much like Prince Andrew.

The message says: “I’m afraid I’ve not been quick enough to get to the phone before it went off to take your message. If you do have a message, please leave it and I will get back to you as soon as I can,” as the UK Express also reported.

At the tone Singh leaves a message: “Hello, I think this might be Prince Andrew. This is Ranvir Singh from ITV and we found your number on the little black book and we’d like to have a chat with you if you could get back to us, thank you.”

According to The Mail, the little black book is allegedly a 92-page list of Maxwell and Epstein’s contacts.

The report says “a version of the book was leaked in 2015, and reportedly includes names and phone numbers of more than 1,000 celebrities, politicians and titans of business.”

The Mail reports it was originally leaked by US blog Gawker which claimed they had obtained it from court documents.

“At least two hard copies of the directory existed, with staff at Epstein’s Palm Beach mansions reportedly told to make sure one was kept on each side of Epstein and Maxwell’s bed,” according to The Mail.

The directory was used as “evidence” in Maxwell’s trial.

Maxwell’s conviction, as well as the decision of a U.S. federal judge last week, has paved the way for victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s civil case against the Duke of York. Giuffre alleges “she was forced to have sex with the Duke three times in 2001 at Epstein’s multiple homes,” according to the Mail.

Unless Prince Andrew is able to settle outside of court with Giuffre ahead of time, he faces a civil trial in New York which could start as soon as September.

Already banished from performing his royal duties when these charges became known in 2019, Buckingham Palace announced last Thursday that the royal was forced to “relinquish his military titles and royal charities,” including use of the title “His Royal Highness,” The New York Times reported.

All of this has obviously turned up the heat on Prince Andrew and is certain to get even hotter before it cools down.

Last week, media lawyer Mark Stephens told the Mail, “Prince Andrew has nowhere to go. He’s effectively a dead man walking as far as the royal family is concerned.”

I imagine most of England will be tuning in to ITV’s documentary tonight.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

Ahead of an ITV documentary set to air on Tuesday night called “Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile,” the network’s Ranvir Singh, the political editor for British talk show Good Morning Britain, joined the program’s co-hosts, Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid, on Tuesday morning. The documentary will cover what is known about Prince Andrew’s relationship with recently convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and her late boyfriend, disgraced pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. The Daily Mail published a clip from the forthcoming show in which Singh calls a mobile telephone number she’s found in Jeffrey Epstein’s “little black book.” Looking at the list of Epstein’s contact, Ranvir says: “The names and numbers in here are vast. It’s not exactly a little black book by any means.” “The one that really catches your attention is the one up here and this is for the Duke of York. Duke of York, Buckingham Palace, London, his address, it says here, and there are numbers for Sunning Hill, Wood Farm, his Equerry, Balmoral with what looks like a mobile phone number on here for him, I’m going to give it a go.” She dials the number and the call goes straight to a message which sounds very much like Prince Andrew. The message says: “I’m afraid I’ve not been quick enough to get to the phone before it went off to take your message. If you do have a message, please leave it and I will get back to you as soon as I can,” as the UK Express also reported. At the tone Singh leaves a message: “Hello, I think this might be Prince Andrew. This is Ranvir Singh from ITV and we found your number on the little black book and we’d like to have a chat with you if you could get back to us, thank you.”…

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Truck Drivers Become Biden & Trudeau’s Worst Nightmare, Disrupt US-Canada Border to Protest Mandate

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Truckers caused serious disruptions at crossing points between the United States and Canada on Monday to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates that threaten their livelihoods — and that experts warn could have major ramifications for trade between our two countries.

Dozens of big rigs slow-rolled along Highway 75 near the U.S.-Canada border, clogging access to the border checkpoint and causing delays, to protest mandates that could leave thousands out of work and exasperate problems for an already precarious supply chain in North America.

Starting Saturday, Canada’s federal government ordered that all unvaccinated Canadian truckers returning from the U.S. must quarantine for two weeks and foreign drivers who are unvaccinated no longer can cross into Canada, according to CBC.

Meanwhile, Beginning on Tuesday, the Biden administration will require all foreign drivers to show proof of vaccination to enter the U.S., Reuters reported.

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Truckers say these mandates could have “detrimental” impacts on their industry.

“We need to end all of these totalitarian mandates that our government has imposed on us for the last two years,” Rick Wall, president of a trucking firm and the organizer of Monday’s protest, told CBC.

“This is put on by truckers, but we are calling to end all mandates for every single human being in this country, not just for us,” he said. “It’s extremely frustrating.”

Displaying signs opposing the vaccine requirement with slogans such as “Stop Mandates,” “Stop Fascists” and “Freedom to Choose,” truckers and some other vehicles moved in a slow loop between the Emerson, Manitoba, port of entry and the weigh scales.

The slow-roll protest did not block any lanes but slowed traffic considerably in the area, according to CBC.

“We basically all stand in unity,” Wall explained. “When the trucking community unite and stand together, we can create change with the support of others and that’s what we’re trying to accomplish out here.”

Joe Janzen, who owns Smoke’n Transport, told CBC that the vaccine requirement for truckers is just needlessly “messing with people’s lives.”

Rob Penner, CEO of Winnipeg-based Bison Transport, said that while his company is “on board” with the requirement, some of his drivers are now in “limbo” as those who have not been vaccinated are stuck doing domestic routes.

All the while, he told CBC, cross-border truckers have very little contact with others to begin with and had the lowest number of COVID-19 cases in the transport business.

Penner also noted that it’s the consumer who is going to get hit with increased costs thanks to the stringent Canadian and American vaccine requirements.

Industry insiders share his concerns.

Bloomberg’s Jen Skerritt noted last week that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is playing a “dangerous game” by blocking unvaccinated American truckers from entering his country as this makes thousands of drivers ineligible to transport goods into Canada.

Will vaccine mandates for truckers worsen the supply chain crisis?

That is causing issues for an already strained supply chain as the $45 billion worth of goods that travel between the U.S. and Canada each month rely on steady open travel over the border.

“The new rules could cause a bigger disruption to cross-border shipments than the outbreak of the virus did in March 2020,” Skerritt wrote.

“At the time, Trudeau’s government and the Trump administration agreed to close the land border to non-essential travelers, but trucks were allowed to keep moving,” she said. “The deal helped quell some of the panic in Canada from consumers who rely on food imported from the U.S. and Mexico, especially in the winter.”

Now, however, Canadians are likely to see even more empty shelves at the grocery store. Sylvain Charlebois, a professor and Canadian food supply chain expert, told Skerritt that as the omicron variant slows down the food industry, the vaccine mandate “could add fuel to the fire.”

A separate Bloomberg report noted that the cost of importing produce from Arizona and California to Canada just jumped 25 percent, and some industry insiders say they’re hearing rumors companies are looking to stop shipping perishable goods altogether. Much of Canada’s produce is transported from the U.S, where it is either grown or received from South America at American ports and then driven north.

Trudeau and Biden’s mandates for truckers target an industry that transports 70 percent of goods between their two countries, and as the Biden federal mandate for private employers was halted by the Supreme Court last week, an industry with already low vaccination rates is unlikely to increase the roughly 50-60 percent of truckers who have gotten the jab.

It’s not as if North America was experiencing a shortage of supply chain crises and massive hits to the working and middle classes.

How many workers will be affected by disruptions caused by these mandates? It’s not just the truckers, it’s the workers in all the other industries that rely upon transport to do their business, as well as the consumers.

We’re talking about potentially millions of people whose livelihoods and economic stability are going to be threatened because Trudeau and Biden want to require truckers to get vaccinated — the same truckers who made sure that goods were transported at the peak of the pandemic when no one was vaccinated.

It’s no wonder they’re frustrated.

The delays they caused on Monday are just a drop in the bucket compared with what these far-reaching mandates will do to their industry — and to the rest of us.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

Truckers caused serious disruptions at crossing points between the United States and Canada on Monday to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates that threaten their livelihoods — and that experts warn could have major ramifications for trade between our two countries. Dozens of big rigs slow-rolled along Highway 75 near the U.S.-Canada border, clogging access to the border checkpoint and causing delays, to protest mandates that could leave thousands out of work and exasperate problems for an already precarious supply chain in North America. Starting Saturday, Canada’s federal government ordered that all unvaccinated Canadian truckers returning from the U.S. must quarantine for two weeks and foreign drivers who are unvaccinated no longer can cross into Canada, according to CBC. Meanwhile, Beginning on Tuesday, the Biden administration will require all foreign drivers to show proof of vaccination to enter the U.S., Reuters reported. Truckers say these mandates could have “detrimental” impacts on their industry. “We need to end all of these totalitarian mandates that our government has imposed on us for the last two years,” Rick Wall, president of a trucking firm and the organizer of Monday’s protest, told CBC. “This is put on by truckers, but we are calling to end all mandates for every single human being in this country, not just for us,” he said. “It’s extremely frustrating.” Displaying signs opposing the vaccine requirement with slogans such as “Stop Mandates,” “Stop Fascists” and “Freedom to Choose,” truckers and some other vehicles moved in a slow loop between the Emerson, Manitoba, port of entry and the weigh scales. The slow-roll protest did not block any lanes but slowed traffic considerably in the area, according to CBC. Truckers Stage Protest Against Mandates At The U.S.-Canada Border at Emerson Manitoba pic.twitter.com/iBwZHHlTJC — BasedUK (@Based__UK) January 18, 2022 WATCH: Canadian truckers against Covid mandates BLOCK…

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