September 16, 2021

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Republican lawmakers raised concerns about the vetting process of Afghan evacuees. They say the system already failed to screen one Afghan man who’d been convicted of a crime and previously deported. President Biden touted his massive spending plan as he recognized labor unions after the holiday. That’s while he plans to take a tougher stance…

New York Times Has Not Updated Biden’s Dismal Poll Numbers in Months

The New York Times has not updated its official presidential approval rating page since May, Fox News reported Wednesday. The Media Research Center first drew attention to the publication’s shortcoming last week, noting that the “live” page titled “President Biden’s Approval Rating and the Latest Poll Numbers: Updates” has not been refreshed since May 10, 2021. The stale story still…

At Least 8 Deaths as Ida Smashes New York City: State of Emergency Declared

At least eight people have died in New York after the city was smashed by Storm Ida over Wednesday night into Thursday morning, causing mass flooding, flight cancellations and state of emergency declarations. At one stage 3.15 inches of rain fell in the space of an hour across Central Park as the deluge enveloped the city…

Tropical Storm Henri Careens Toward New York with Hurricane-Strength Winds

The Tropical Storm dubbed Henri is moving toward New York with hurricane-strength winds and possible storm surges. The weather has closed local beaches and caused officials to issue severe weather warnings for Eastern Long Island, the New York Post reported Friday: Henri is expected to hit the Hamptons as a category one hurricane around 7…

New York City to Mandate Vaccine Passports to Enter Restaurants, Gyms

NYC Mayor’s Office / YouTube New York City will mandate patrons show proof of vaccination prior to entering indoor establishments, including restaurants and gyms, Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is expected to announce Tuesday. The announcement comes one day after Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) begged private business owners to discriminate against unvaccinated patrons by denying…

White House Denies Knowledge Of New York Times Gag Order

The White House is denying knowledge of a Department of Justice (DOJ) gag order targeting the New York Times. “As appropriate given the independence of the Justice Department in specific criminal cases, no one at the White House was aware of the gag order until Friday night,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in…

FACT CHECK: Did The New York Post Call Anthony Fauci ‘The Man Who Gave Us AIDS’?

An image shared on Facebook purportedly shows the cover of the New York Post from 1987 featuring an image of White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci. Facebook/Screenshot Verdict: False The image has been altered to include Fauci. The actual front page included a photo of a couple who were the subject of another story…

Chuck Schumer Slammed for Silence on Antisemitic Attacks in New York

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is being criticized for his silence about antisemitic violence on the streets of New York that took place this week as pro-Palestinian demonstrators attacked pro-Israel counter-protesters and Jews nearby. As Breitbart News reported Thursday, pro-Palestinian demonstrators scuffled with pro-Israel demonstrators in Times Square, and drove down heavily-Jewish 47th Street…

City & State New York Names Sean Patrick Maloney this Week’s Biggest Loser

A New York political magazine this week named Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY), chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), one of its “biggest losers” of the week on Thursday after financial disclosures revealed the congressman had spent thousands in campaign funds on travel expenses while telling his constituents to stay home. City & State,…

New York City Will Fully Reopen July 1, De Blasio Announces

April 29, 2021 9:02 AM ET Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday morning the city would likely reopen July 1. “Our plan is to fully reopen New York City on July 1,” De Blasio said while on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “We are ready for stores to open, for businesses to open,…

New York Rep. Lee Zeldin Launches Gubernatorial Campaign Against Scandal-Plagued Cuomo

New York Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin launched a gubernatorial bid Thursday morning, pledging to “bring New York back from the brink and return it to glory.” Zeldin, whose district includes the eastern half of Long Island and the Hamptons, had reportedly been considering entering the race for some time. He is a close ally to…

Andrew Cuomo’s New York: Illegal Aliens to Get $1.1B More in Taxpayer-Funded Aid Than Small Businesses

Nearly 200,000 illegal aliens living in New York will soon receive $2.1 billion in taxpayer-funded stimulus checks and unemployment benefits thanks to a budget agreed upon by Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D). While more than a million jobs have been lost in New York and an estimated 80,000 New York businesses may not make it to the end of the Chinese…

Police: Man Dies After Jumping from Ferry into New York Harbor

A man died after he reportedly jumped from the Staten Island Ferry into New York Harbor on Saturday, according to law enforcement. New York Police Department (NYPD) harbor launch officers got the 53-year-old out of the water when they responded to reports of a person jumping near the Whitehall Ferry Terminal in Manhattan at 2:00…

Exclusive–Kobach: A Tale of Two States: New York Legislators Propose Vaccine Mandates While Arizona Legislators Push Back

The next phase of COVID coercion is rapidly coming down the pike.  Indeed, it’s already spreading throughout Europe.  It is a regime of vaccine “passports”—permitting citizens access to vital services and travel only if they have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Denmark and Sweden recently announced the rollout of a passport system that would allow only…

Top New York Lawmakers Call On Cuomo To Step Down After He Dismissed Resignation Calls As ‘Anti-Democratic’

New York State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, both Democrats, called on Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign Sunday over mounting sexual misconduct allegations. “We need to govern without daily distractions. For the good of the state, Governor Cuomo must resign,” Stewart-Cousins said in a statement. NEW: Bombshell. ⁦@AndreaSCousins⁩ calls…

‘The Time Has Come’: First New York Congressional Democrat Calls For Cuomo To Resign After Third Allegation

March 01, 2021 10:34 PM ET The first New York Congressional Democrat has called on the state’s Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign amid another allegation of unwanted advances from a third woman. Anna Ruch, 33, told The New York Times in an interview published Monday that Cuomo asked to kiss her during a wedding…

New York City School Asks Parents to Rank Their ‘Whiteness’

The principal of a public school in New York City has sent out literature that asked parents to “reflect” on their “whiteness” with a ranked list of “White Identities,” the New York Post confirmed Tuesday. Parents whose children attend the East Side Community School reportedly viewed a ranked list of “The 8 White Identities,” ranging from…

Former New York State Democratic Party Leader Receives Vaccine in Florida: ‘I Probably Wouldn’t Have Gotten It by Now in New York’

Former New York State Democratic Party leader John Sullivan, who worked as the upstate coordinator for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) 2014 reelection campaign, received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) Florida, admitting he “probably wouldn’t have gotten it by now in New York.” Sullivan, 73, is a resident of…

Andrew Yang Gets Endorsement From Martin Luther King Jr’s Son For New York City Mayoral Run

January 18, 2021 9:18 PM ET Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang received an endorsement Monday for his New York City mayoral run from the son of Martin Luther King Jr. The endorsement from Martin Luther King III came on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday that celebrates and life and achievements of…

Andrew Yang Announces Candidacy For New York City Mayor

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced his candidacy for the mayor of New York City Wednesday. “I moved to New York City 25 years ago,” Yang tweeted. “I came of age, fell in love, and became a father here. Seeing our City in so much pain breaks my heart.” I moved to New York…

New York Gov. Cuomo Sending State National Guard To DC

January 06, 2021 10:54 PM ET Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday night that he is sending 1,000 members of the New York National Guard to Washington, D.C., to assist with the presidential transition following a deadly riot. “At the request of the United States National Guard officials, I am deploying 1,000 members…

New York Assembly Bill Would Allow State To Detain People If Deemed A Threat To Public Health

A bill being introduced in the New York State Assembly would allow the governor and other health officials to detain anyone suspected of being a “carrier” of a contagious disease, like the coronavirus. The legislation is sponsored by Assemblyman N. Nick Perry and was previously introduced in 2015 due to Ebola virus, but never passed.…

Anti-Eviction Activists Urge ‘Rent Strike’ in New York During COVID-19 Pandemic

An anti-eviction activist group is promoting a “rent strike” in New York state during the COVID-19 pandemic. The group claims the strikers will “cancel rent” in the state because they “cannot pay,” or are “in solidarity with those who cannot pay.” The group, Truthout.org, reports there are 57 properties in New York City where tenants…

Andrew Yang Reportedly Weighing Bid For New York City Mayor

Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is weighing a potential bid for New York City mayor by calling elected officials to measure support for his run, Politico reported Tuesday. Yang is also reportedly talking with Tusk Strategies, the firm that worked with former Mayor Mike Bloomberg during his successful 2009 mayoral campaign, according to Politico.…

New York Pastor: We Can Do Services with Distancing and Masks, No More ‘Hypocrisy’ Like Attending Rallies and Preaching Social Distance

On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Father Gerald Murray of New York City’s Holy Family Church praised the Supreme Court striking down New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D) capacity restrictions on houses of worship and called for an end to double standards, like New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio…

Trump Lawyer Warns New York Times of Tax Story ‘Defamation,’ ‘Substantial Liability’

The lawyer who won a multi-million dollar libel settlement for Melania Trump is now warning The New York Times about a story suggesting her husband, President Donald Trump, may have committed tax fraud. On Tuesday, the Times published a story, “Trump Engaged in Suspect Tax Schemes as He Reaped Riches from His Father,” in which […]

In New York, Trump will expose UN pretenses while putting America first.

It has been obligatory for American presidents to give lip service to the “value” of the United Nations as an organization vital for world peace.  U.N. diplomats love to hear that kind of stuff because they think it justifies their massive expense accounts and other perks that come with living high on the hog in New […]

President Trump LASHES OUT At New York Times For Report On White House Counsel’s Mueller Connections.

Trump likened the Mueller probe to “McCarthyism.” President Donald Trump lashed out at The New York Times for a Saturday report indicating that White House Counsel Don McGahn has cooperated “extensively” with Special Counsel Robert Mueller‘s investigation, calling the scoop a “fake story,” and claiming that members of the media have called the president’s office […]

Six things that the New York Times probably didn’t think about when hiring and defending Sarah Jeong.

I haven’t been able to find any indication of what Sarah Jeong’s middle name is, or even if she has one. But it is clear that as far as the New York Times is concerned, it ought to be Pandora. As Clarice Feldman pointed out, the best thing about her is that the New York Times […]

New York Times defends double standard in hiring writer with a history of explicit, hateful racism directed at whites.

See also: Let’s all thank Sarah Jeong for showing us what liberals think of white people The New York Times has provoked a firestorm with its hiring of Sarah Jeong as a member of its editorial board, despite apparently having checked her social media history and found explicitly hateful anti-white tweets in abundance.  Following criticism of […]

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