A world gone mad: Mexican cop set ablaze amid protesters

Screengrab TwitterWith the American left setting the tone, demonizing law enforcement has taken on a world-wide flare — though police do not always help their cause. An example of this was seen in Mexico when a police officer was set on fire — no pun intended. A terrifying video is making the rounds of a protester coming up behind a motorcycle cop blocking the roadway and pouring a liquid on him, before setting him ablaze. The officer jumps off his motorcycle, desperately trying to extinguish the flames while other officers jump in to help — stunningly, a few protesters appear to attack the Read More

DC mayor paints huge ‘Black Lives Matter’ on road leading

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. In what amounts to a stunning display of political hubris — at taxpayer expense? — the mayor of Washington DC has painted a giant “Black Lives Matter” banner on one of the streets leading to the White House. Because she can. Giant yellow letters span two entire blocks of 16th Street, leading to Lafayette Square, which is across from the White House — protesters/rioters have all but destroyed the park with graffiti and other means of ruination. 16th Street leading to White House is painted with giant yellow Read More

‘Stupendous!’ Even CNBC raves over shocking jobs report as US

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. President Donald Trump has repeatedly predicted that the U.S. economy will bounce back quickly from the lockdown imposed by the virus imported from Wuhan, China, but even he may be surprised by the latest job numbers. As reported on Friday, there was a job increase of 2.5 million in May, the biggest jobs increase ever as the country starts the recovery effort from coronavirus. Take it from CNBC’s Jim Cramer, who heralded May jobs report as “superb.” “It’s a stupendous number. It’s superb,” Read More

Biden repeats himself three times in under a minute, and

Screengrab YouTubeFree from his basement, former Vice President Joe Biden is doing his best to exploit the turmoil seen on American streets for electoral gain, though he continues to have real struggles getting out of the gate. Participating in a virtual town hall moderated by the actor Don Cheadle, Biden was commenting on the protests taking place over the past week, but the 77-year-old presumptive Democratic presidential nominee repeated himself three times in a little over 30 seconds. “The act of protesting should never be allowed to overshadow the reason for the protest,” Biden said. “The act of protesting should never Read More

New York Times internal turmoil over Tom Cotton’s op-ed continues,

(Photo by Gary Hershorn/Corbis via Getty Images)Liberals, to include many inside the newspaper, are up in arms over the New York Times allowing a Republican voice to be heard amid the din over the patently untrue media narrative about racially-driven police brutality — recent data simply does not support the politically driven claim. Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., wrote an op-ed run by the Times in support of President Donald Trump saying that if necessary, he will send in the U.S. military to quell the violent rioting seen from “peaceful protesters,” as the media like to describe rioters, who Read More

Trump tears into Sen. Murkowski after RINO praises Mattis’ criticism

Screengrab YouTubeWith all that he has on his plate these days, President Donald Trump isn’t in the mood to be dealing with cheap shots from liberal Republicans such as Alaska’s U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski. The senator told reporters Thursday at the Capitol criticism of Trump from former Defense Secretary James Mattis was “true, honest and necessary and overdue,” and admitted that she’s “struggling” with whether she can will support the president in the November election — for what it’s worth Murkowski didn’t back Trump in 2016. Taking to Twitter, Trump fired back promising to campaign for Read More

Fiery Sen Ted Cruz says Nixon pales in comparison to

Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday and faced an intense grilling from Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, over his role in the Russia collusion investigation. Cruz opened by comparing the abuse of power under the Obama administration to what was seen from former President Richard Nixon, presenting a damning layout of what took place under former President Barack Obama. “By any measure what the Obama-Biden administration did in 2016-2017 makes everything Richard Nixon even contemplated pale in comparison, Cruz charged. “And Richard Nixon rightfully faced impeachment and ultimately resigned as a consequence of Read More

Civil rights veteran: ‘Guilty white people and angry, rich, entitled

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. Civil rights activist Bob Woodson, founder of the Woodson Institute, appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to say race is being used as a ruse. Host Tucker Carlson noted how the violent rioting seen on the streets of American in the past week is being pushed as justifiable by the Democratic Party and their media enablers, who see the destruction as “heroic… the modern manifestation of the civil rights movement.” Woodson, who took part in the original civil rights movement blasted the current state of Read More

Grassley confronts Rosenstein over Flynn: You misled me, Congress and

The following article, Grassley confronts Rosenstein over Flynn: You misled me, Congress and the American people, was first published on Conservative News Today. Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, facing questions about his handling of the Russia collusion investigation. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, former chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, went directly to the questionable circumstance involving President  Trump’s former national security advisor Mike Flynn. The senator pointed to records […] Continue reading Grassley confronts Rosenstein over Flynn: You misled me, Congress and the American people ...Read More

Left loves Tiffany Trump’s ‘blackout,’ loses collective minds over Katie

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE. Katie Hopkins, a British media personality and columnist offered a ready response to Blackout Tuesday, a day set aside to mourn online for George Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer was captured on video pinning Floyd down with his knee on his neck. Not to be confused with an apologist, Hopkins countered by suggesting “White-Out Wednesday.” “Today is #whiteoutwednesday. I will shortly be posting a picture of my arse. Thank you,” she tweeted. Today is #whiteoutwednesday I will shortly be posting a picture of Read More