Topic: New York
The driver conducted an unprovoked beating on the elderly man, simply because he was Jewish.
They are robbing food delivery workers traveling on e-bikes.
Upset with the current commander in chief, the plaintiffs claimed that Presidential Alerts violate the first and fourteenth amendment.
On his first day with the Supreme Court, the court declined to hear an appeal brought forward concerning a case that Brett Kavanaugh himself decided.
The Free Beacon reported they found “audio of Kate Linker, president of Greater NYC for Change, telling a group of volunteers on a bus sponsored by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D., N.Y.) that the Delgado campaign is concerned about the optics of them visiting, saying that they should not post on social media that they are from New York City.” She said, “One thing that I wanted to say that is important, if you post on social media, please do not mention that you are from New York City. The reason is, much though they love us, the Faso campaign on September 15th posted that the Delgado campaign was bussing in bus loads of New York City democratic socialists, bringing outsiders in to try to sway the campaign. And the [Delgado] campaign is understandably concerned about this."
The company that owned the limo received 22 violations in the past 2 years.
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