President Trump signs executive order, aims to fight ‘unchecked power’

President Donald Trump sent a strong message to social media companies as he signed an executive order that could limit their liability protections and federal funding. The president took aim at Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter in the executive order he signed Thursday, calling for a review of the legal immunities which shield the companies from content posted on their sites as he noted the “unchecked power” of the online platforms. President @realDonaldTrump just took executive action to fight online censorship by tech corporations, including social media platforms. pic.twitter.com/W4r7vLw958 — The White House (@WhiteHouse) May 28, 2020 “We’Read More

Kayleigh McEnany delivers Twitter a scathing beatdown, cites long list

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany torched Twitter for hypocrisy and how the platform is blatantly biased against conservatives. McEnany called out the social media company during remarks at a press briefing Thursday, citing examples of how Twitter does not apply its so-called standards in a balanced way. (Source: Twitter) “I wanted to address what has been going on on Twitter and with social media. I believe it is time to ‘get the facts’ about Twitter and other social media platforms, targeting their bias against President Trump and conservatives online, McEnany began. “If we were to judge the bias of Read More

Bystander who outed unmasked MSNBC cameraman tells why hypocritical crew

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. The man who “unmasked” MSNBC’s hypocrisy over protective face coverings on live television said they deserved to be exposed. Andy Olson told Fox News how he called out MSNBC’s Cal Perry and his crew for “not practicing the same rules” they were preaching in a viral video that showed the encounter in Wisconsin’s Lake Geneva over Memorial Day weekend. (Source: Fox News) “I had a sense that maybe this guy is, you know, out there to get a story: ‘Look at all these Read More

Fla Dems use ‘health emergency’ to skip work and vote

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. Democrats are quickly proving that Republicans were right all along in sounding the alarm over their outrageous rule change allowing proxy voting. No sooner had the House of Representatives passed the historic measure, along party lines of course, than the true nature of the Democrat scheme became apparent. Two Florida congressmen assigned colleagues to vote in their place on Wednesday, citing the “the ongoing health emergency” for their inability to personally be in the chamber. (Image: YouTube screenshot)But the coronavirus pandemic that supposedly affected their Read More

‘What?!’ Donna Brazile leaves co-hosts speechless when she argues ‘there’s

The following article, ‘What?!’ Donna Brazile leaves co-hosts speechless when she argues ‘there’s no First Amd. right to lie’, was first published on Conservative News Today. Fox News contributor Donna Brazile sent co-hosts of “The Five” into a fit of laughter over her take on the First Amendment. The former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman left the panel momentarily speechless after she declared that “there’s no First Amendment right to lie” during a discussion on the battle between President Trump and Twitter. (Source: Fox […] Continue reading ‘What?!’ Donna Brazile leaves co-hosts speechless when she argues ‘there’s no First Read More

De Blasio warns ‘billions upon billions’ in losses amid lockdown,

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is begging for financial help from Washington, D.C. and his own state in the wake of a multibillion-dollar deficit. The Democrat announced the emergency on Wednesday, revealing the city’s shortfall amid the coronavirus pandemic, warning that assistance was needed in order to keep the city functioning and suggesting he may have to borrow the money to get out of the hole. (Image: NBC News screenshot)“We are now $9 billion in the hole between the current fiscal year and the one that begins July 1,” de Blasio said during his daily coronavirus briefing Read More

‘You can see flames for a mile’: Unreal scenes as

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. As Minneapolis protests continued over the death of George Floyd, multiple videos captured the chaotic scene as some decided the best way to react was to vandalize local stores. Many videos were shared on social media Wednesday as a Minneapolis Target store was looted, with televisions, clothes and groceries being hauled out and no police around to stop the lawbreakers, many actually wearing face masks due to the coronavirus pandemic. **LANGUAGE WARNING: Raw Video** (Source: WCCO-CBS) The Minneapolis Police Department was nowhere to be seen as Read More

New Epstein book reveals details about Bill Clinton’s alleged affair

A new book about the late Jeffrey Epstein reveals details about an alleged affair between British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and former President Bill Clinton. Maxwell, who allegedly helped recruit young girls for Epstein, the convicted pedophile who died while awaiting trial in a New York prison last year, was often seen with Clinton, according to the forthcoming book. In “A Convenient Death: The Mysterious Demise of Jeffrey Epstein,” investigative reporters Alana Goodman and Daniel Halper relay details of Epstein’s life and death and reveal that Clinton would allegedly have sex with Maxwell on overseas trips aboard Epstein’s private Read More

Tulsi Gabbard caves, drops defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton

The following article, Tulsi Gabbard caves, drops defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, was first published on Conservative News Today. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard relented in her defamation case against Hillary Clinton, dropping the lawsuit because she thought there were more important issues to focus on. The former 2020 Democratic presidential contender filed papers in a New York federal court on Wednesday, formally dropping the lawsuit which she brought against the former secretary of state in […] Continue reading Tulsi Gabbard caves, drops defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton ...Read More

Shouting CNBC host explodes on colleague: ‘100k people died and

The following article, Shouting CNBC host explodes on colleague: ‘100k people died and all you did was try to help your friend the president!’, was first published on Conservative News Today. A CNBC segment quickly erupted into a fiery debate between hosts who battled over the rally of the stock market and support of President Donald Trump. The hosts of CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Joe Kernen and Andrew Ross Sorkin, locked horns Wednesday as they sparred over the spike in the stock market in an apparent reaction […] Continue reading Shouting CNBC host explodes on colleague: ‘100k people died and all Read More