OOPS: Media Warned of ‘Jim Crow 2.0,’ Now Black Turnout Is Soaring

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When Georgia passed its voter ID law in March 2021, Democrats and the media went ballistic. They dubbed it “Jim Crow 2.0” and launched an economic boycott that led to the MLB pulling the All-Star Game from the state.

But as Georgians went to the polls last week, a funny thing happened. Early voter participation rose more than 150 percent across the board, and early voting among black voters is higher than ever before.

So much for the “new Jim Crow.”

 

 

 

President Biden and other elected Democrats said the law was worse than Jim Crow:

 

 

 

Sen. Cory Booker

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‘The City is Not Safe’: Suspect in NYC Subway Shooting Had 19 Prior Arrests

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The main suspect in a New York City subway shooting on Sunday has 19 prior arrests, including for assault, robbery, and criminal possession of a weapon, according to the New York Post.

Law enforcement sources told the Post Andrew Abdullah is wanted for questioning in connection with the killing of Daniel Enriquez. Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell on Monday morning tweeted pictures of the suspect, who is still at large, asking New Yorkers for “help identifying & locating” the shooter.

As part of a progressive criminal justice reform effort, New York abolished cash bail in 2019 for most misdemeanor

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Youngkin Succeeds Where McAuliffe Failed: Washington Commanders Make Major Move Toward Virginia Stadium

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Just four months into Republican governor Glenn Youngkin’s (R.) tenure, the Washington Commanders bought land in Virginia for a possible stadium move—a development that Youngkin’s Democratic predecessors failed to accomplish in eight years.

According to ESPN, the Commanders paid roughly $100 million for a potential stadium site in Northern Virginia’s Prince William County. The move comes shortly after Youngkin met with owner Dan Snyder to discuss moving the NFL franchise to the Old Dominion. “Virginia should be the best place in America to live and raise a family, and maybe it’s the best place in America to have a

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Activist Who Renounced US Citizenship Knocked Out of French Open in First Round

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Naomi Osaka, the leftwing activist and former tennis champion who renounced her American citizenship to represent Japan at the Tokyo Olympics, suffered an embarrassing loss in the first round of the French Open on Monday.

New Jersey native Amanda Anisimova, 20, defeated the four-time Grand Slam winner 7-5, 6-4 at Roland Garros. Osaka, 23, said following the match that she didn’t know if she would be “motivated” enough to take part in next month’s Wimbledon tournament. “I’m not 100 percent sure if I’m going to go [to Wimbledon],” Osaka said. “I would love to go just to get some

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NIH To Spend $2 Million in Taxpayer Funds on ‘Unnecessary’ Puppy Experiments

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The National Institutes of Health division led by Dr. Anthony Fauci is slated to spend nearly $2 million to force feed puppies with experimental allergy drugs, according to a government watchdog group.

NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is helmed by Fauci, allocated $1,836,453 in taxpayer dollars for a contractor to test an experimental hay fever drug on mice, rats, and dogs, including puppies, according to the funding documents, which were obtained by the White Coat Waste Project and provided to the Washington Free Beacon. The most severe symptoms of hay fever, also

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ALERT: Journalist Gets COVID Despite Never Taking Mask Off Around People

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A journalist lauded by Time magazine for having one of “The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2011” has tested positive for COVID-19 despite never taking her mask off around people except for a few brief moments whilst sipping tea.

After announcing on Twitter that “Miss Rona is here to visit me for the first time,” journalist Heidi Moore wrote that her predicament was “really funny/dark because I’ve never taken my mask off around people except to sip a few sips of tea for less than 30 minutes.”

In an effort to explain how these precautionary measures had failed to

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Stacey Abrams Wants To Govern the ‘Worst State in the Country’

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Stacey Abrams—the only Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Georgia in 2022—called the Peach State “the worst state in the country to live” at a campaign event this weekend.

“I am tired of hearing about how we’re the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live,” Abrams said at a fundraiser, adding that Republicans would attack her for the statement.

Abrams, who has still not conceded she lost the Georgia governor’s race in 2018, is reportedly worth more than $3 million—a 3,000 percent increase since her first run

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Dire Straits: White House Walks Back Biden’s Taiwan Gaffe

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The White House on Monday walked back President Joe Biden’s comments declaring the United States would defend Taiwan against a Chinese invasion, the latest instance of the president’s own administration repudiating his foreign policy statements.

At a news conference in Tokyo after Biden met with Japanese prime minister Fumio Kishida, a reporter asked the president whether the United States would “get involved militarily to defend Taiwan.”

“Yes,” Biden replied. “That’s the commitment we made.”

The declaration would have represented a departure from U.S. foreign policy, which has been ambiguous as to whether the United States would defend Taiwan from

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Gunman Shoots Passenger Dead on New York City Subway

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By Dan Whitcomb

(Reuters)—A 48-year-old man was fatally shot in the chest while riding on a New York City subway car on Sunday in the latest in a series of random attacks in the city’s transit system.

The unidentified gunman fled when the train pulled into the next station, in Manhattan, and remained at large on Sunday night, Kenneth Corey, NYPD’s chief of department, said at a news briefing.

“Preliminary investigation reveals the suspect was walking back and forth in the same train car and, without provocation, pulled out a gun and fired it at the victim at close

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Senators Demand Biden Pull Taxpayer Funding for Anti-Israel Initiative

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Senate Republican foreign policy leaders are demanding the Biden administration pull nearly $1 million in taxpayer funding for groups to investigate alleged human rights abuses in Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip—an effort that the senators say is fueling a “new anti-Semitism.”

The State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) announced in March it will pay nonprofit groups up to $987,654 to “strengthen accountability and human rights in Israel and the West Bank and Gaza,” according to a grant notice first posted online in February. Groups angling for the grant money are instructed to

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