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Trump Tweet: 32 Mass Shootings during Obama’s reign But Nobody Blamed Obama

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Trump Tweet: 32 Mass Shootings during Obama's reign But Nobody Blamed Obama

No one calls out liberal hypocrisy higher than President Trump.

The president responded to criticism he’s been receiving from liberals within the wake of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, over the weekend by stating that former President Barack Obama had 32 mass shootings throughout his presidency, however, no person blamed him for the bloodshed.

On Monday, Obama launched a prolonged assertion calling for stricter gun management whereas condemning “language popping out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feed local weather of concern and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments.” The assertion was interpreted as a dig on the 45th president, who has been blamed by liberal media for “inspiring” the Walmart shooter.

President Trump fired again straightaway.

“‘Did George Bush ever condemn President Obama after Sandy Hook,’” Trump tweeted, quoting Fox host Brian Kilmeade. “‘President Obama had 32 mass shootings throughout his reign. Not many individuals mentioned Obama is out of Management. Mass shootings had been occurring earlier than the President even thought of working for Pres.’”

‘It’s a political season and the election is across the nook,’” the president continued, this time quoting Ainsley Earhardt. “‘They need to proceed to push that racist narrative.’”

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After the quotes, Trump added a message from himself: “And I’m the least racist individual.”

Per Yahoo: On Saturday morning, a gunman killed 22 individuals and injured greater than two dozen others at a Walmart in El Paso. Simply 13 hours later, one other gunman killed 9 individuals and wounded dozens extra in downtown Dayton. Whereas officers haven’t conclusively decided the motives behind the assaults, the El Paso capturing is being investigated as a doable hate crime.

In his first formal assertion on the killings, Trump condemned “racism, bigotry and white supremacy” whereas blaming the web, video video games and “psychological sickness” for the massacres. He is additionally is known as for the nation to place apart partisan bickering.

He didn’t, nonetheless, point out gun management in his remarks, which had been delivered through teleprompter from the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White Home, 33 hours after the shootings in Dayton.

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Massachusetts COVID Daily Report: 23 new deaths, 1,885 new cases

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Massachusetts COVID Daily Report: 23 new deaths, 1,885 new cases

BOSTON (WWLP) — State public health officials reported 23 new confirmed deaths and 1,885 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts.

Total COVID cases by age

  • 0-4 years: 1,224
  • 5-9 years: 1,753
  • 10-14 years: 1,632
  • 15-19 years: 1,932
  • 20-29 years: 4,999
  • 30-39 years: 3,616
  • 40-49 years: 2,560
  • 50-59 years: 2,347
  • 60-69 years: 1,665
  • 70-79 years: 963
  • 80+ years: 521

Testing

According to the Department of Public Health, 109,695 new tests were performed with an overall of 28,055,548 molecular tests administered. Antigen Tests: A total of 10,656 new individuals have tested positive with 1,941,886 total tests reported.

The 7-day average of percent positivity is 2.11%

Hospitalizations

There are 606 patients are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 with 165 patients that are in intensive care units and 96 patients intubated. There are 209 patients of the 606 patients that are reportedly fully vaccinated.

Confirmed COVID cases

  • New Cases: 1,885
  • Total Cases: 747,656
  • New Deaths: 23
  • Total Deaths: 18,141

Probable COVID cases

  • New Cases: 119
  • Total Cases: 53,253
  • New Deaths: 0
  • Total Deaths: 386

Berkshire County

  • New Confirmed Cases: 34
  • Total Confirmed Cases: 7,971
  • New Deaths: 0
  • Total Confirmed and Probable Deaths: 312

Hampden County

  • New Confirmed Cases: 190
  • Total Confirmed Cases: 61,541
  • New Deaths: 5
  • Total Confirmed and Probable Deaths: 1,606

Hampshire County

  • New Confirmed Cases: 49
  • Total Confirmed Cases: 10,991
  • New Deaths: 0
  • Total Confirmed and Probable Deaths: 313

Franklin County

  • New Confirmed Cases: 14
  • Total Confirmed Cases: 3,150
  • New Deaths: 1
  • Total Confirmed and Probable Deaths: 11

Higher education

There are 2,231 new cases in the last week with a total of 22,528 confirmed COVID-19 cases in higher education institutions. In the last week there were 583,922 new tests reported with a total of 9,651,458.

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Machete attack in NJ Walmart: Man slashed in head, police say

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Machete attack in NJ Walmart: Man slashed in head, police say

KEARNY, N.J. – A man was attacked with a machete in a New Jersey Walmart during an argument with another shopper Friday morning, according to authorities.

Officers responded around 10:30 a.m. to a 911 call for the attack at the Kearny store, on Harrison Avenue, local police said.

Responding officers found the man inside the store with a deep wound to the back of his head, police said.

Preliminary information indicated the victim was involved in a verbal argument with another man who then struck him in the head with a machete, according to authorities.

Cops said the alleged attacker fled the store before police arrived on the scene.

The victim was rushed by EMS to a local hospital. His condition was not immediately known.

According to one Walmart employee, who did not wish to be identified, managers told workers to leave the store and wait in the parking lot.

Employees remained in the store parking lot over two hours later Friday afternoon as detectives and officers continued their investigation inside.

Markell Wilson of Newark, who came for a quick grocery run, was stunned by the news of the apparent machete attack.

“Oh my God! A machete!?” he told PIX11 News. “Never heard of anything like that happening in my life, it’s actually very scary.”

No arrests had been made as of 12:45 p.m., however police do not believe there is a threat to the community at large.

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Mechanicville man charged with multiple drug, firearm offenses

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PHOENIX (AP) — A Republican-backed review of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona’s largest county ended Friday without producing proof to support former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election.

After six months of searching for evidence of fraud, the firm hired by Republican lawmakers issued a report that experts described as riddled with errors, bias and flawed methodology. Still, even that partisan review came up with a vote tally that would not have altered the outcome, finding that Biden won by 360 more votes than the official results certified last year.

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Glenville announcing public safety agreement with police, schools

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PHOENIX (AP) — A Republican-backed review of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona’s largest county ended Friday without producing proof to support former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election.

After six months of searching for evidence of fraud, the firm hired by Republican lawmakers issued a report that experts described as riddled with errors, bias and flawed methodology. Still, even that partisan review came up with a vote tally that would not have altered the outcome, finding that Biden won by 360 more votes than the official results certified last year.

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‘The View’ hosts test COVID-positive minutes before Harris interview

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Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin were instructed to leave the set by an off-camera crew member during Friday’s show. (Getty)

NEW YORK (KRON) — Two hosts of “The View” discovered they tested positive for COVID just minutes before Vice President Kamala Harris was set to come out for a live interview. The incident unfolded in front of the cameras during Friday morning’s live show.

During the broadcast, co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were instructed to leave the set by an off-camera crew member. “We’re going to bring you back later,” the crew member says, indicating that “more information” would be provided to the audience soon.

Co-host Joy Behar then asks if she should introduce Harris, but is instructed not to do so.

After a break, Behar and Sara Haines were seated in the center of the desk, where Behar explained that Hostin and Navarro had tested positive for COVID. “No matter how hard we try, these things happen,” Behar explained. “They probably have a breakthrough case and they’ll probably be OK because they’re both vaccinated up the wazoo.”

Harris’ interview was set to be her first live, in-studio appearance since she became VP, according to a promo tweeted by “The View.” The vice president instead conducted her interview from a separate location in the building, while Behar and Haines remained on the set.

“I hope that you’re in a safe spot right now,” Behar told Harris during the interview, which was conducted remotely. “We did everything we could to make sure you were safe because we value you so much.”

Harris thanked the producers, but said the incident speaks to the effectiveness of vaccination. “Sunny and Ana are strong women and I know they’re fine, but it really also does speak to the fact that they’re vaccinated and vaccines really make all the difference. Because otherwise, we would be concerned about hospitalization and worse.”

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Troy man found guilty of beating and robbing local business owners

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TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On Thursday, after a week-long trial by jury found Mark Scott, 57, of Troy guilty of preying upon a business owner for protection money.

On September 10, Scott approached a Lansingburgh business owner and insisted he be paid $150 per week to protect the owners business, Police said, which the owner refused

Scott returned on September 11 and demanded payment, when the store owner again refused Police said
he then robbed the store and beat the owner and his wife.

Scott was found guilty, charged with:

  • Second-Degree Robbery ( Class C Felony)
  • Two-Counts of Third-Degree Assualt ( Class A Misdemeanour)

“This was a senseless act of violence,” District Attorney Mary Donnelly said. “We have no tolerance for those that prey upon the hard-working individuals in our community.

Scott faces a minimum of 5 and 15 years when he is sentenced on November 4.

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Be patient when ordering Colorado’s free at-home COVID tests, state health department says

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Because of high demand, Coloradans who order free at-home COVID-19 testing kits through the state might have to wait up to two weeks for confirmation they’re in the program, the state health department said Friday.

On Tuesday, Gov. Jared Polis announced the state will give away 2 million at-home testing kits to any residents who sign up. The rapid tests are designed for regular screening, not as a substitute for lab-based testing if you have symptoms.

Some people who tried to order the tests have taken to social media to complain about delays. A spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment confirmed it can take anywhere from seven to 14 days for people to receive a confirmation email after signing up. The confirmation email includes a link to order the kits, and attempting to order without it will produce an “error” message, she said.

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Denver DA won’t charge Tay Anderson, records show school board spent $190,000 on investigation

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Denver’s district attorney this week declined to file criminal charges against Tay Anderson as documents show Denver Public Schools spent more than $190,000 on its investigation that did not substantiate sexual assault allegations against the school board member.

The Denver Police Department brought a sexual assault case against Anderson to the district attorney’s office, but after reviewing the facts, prosecutors decided Thursday they would be unable to prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt to a jury, said Carolyn Tyler, a spokeswoman for District Attorney Beth McCann.

“Today, DPD Detective Curtis Johnson confirmed to me that their investigations into Director Anderson have been presented to the Denver DA’s office, who has declined to file any charges,” Christopher Decker, Anderson’s attorney, said in an email.

Anderson, 23, repeatedly has denied all sexual assault allegations.

Meanwhile, the DPS Board of Directors spent $192,004 on its investigation, which was launched in April, according to documents obtained by The Denver Post through a Colorado Open Records Act request.

The largest amount was paid to Investigations Law Group, the outside firm hired in April to investigate sexual assault and harassment allegations against Anderson. But the board also used a public relations firm and another law firm to help it navigate the crisis, invoices from the three firms show.

The invoices show:

  • Investigations Law Group received $160,365 for its work, which lasted from early April through mid-September
  • Rockford Gray, the PR firm, was paid $25,758, with the largest bill coming in April when the crisis started. That month’s invoice was $13,737.
  • Caplan and Earnest, a Boulder law firm that advises educational institutions, received $5,880

The investigative report, which was released Sept. 15, found that all sexual assault allegations against Anderson were unsubstituted, including claims by a woman who testified before the state legislature that a predator in the school district had preyed on dozens of students. The school board later said she was referring to Anderson, and the investigators concluded the woman was not credible. No victims ever came forward.

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Northern Colorado football: Prediction for UNC vs Northern Arizona

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The University of Northern Colorado (1-2) returns to Nottingham Field on Saturday to play Northern Arizona (1-2) in its Big Sky opener.

Both teams would like to start the conference slate with a win, but it could go either way. The Bears are looking for redemption after lackluster play against Lamar last week, while the Lumberjacks are coming off a win and want to maintain momentum.

Northern Colorado 18 – Northern Arizona 21

The Bears’ conference opener will likely be a close one that could swing either way, but UNC’s limited personnel may impact the team’s ability to grab the win.

Northern Colorado expects to be down about 25% of its players and several coaches due to COVID-19 protocols. The university believes these were false positives, but the affected players and coaches still have to quarantine and will not be available this week.

Graduate quarterback Dylan McCaffrey will be back, though. He was cleared this week after he was removed in the second half of the Houston Baptist game. Having McCaffrey and junior Conner Martin ready to go — as opposed to relying only on Martin — could give the offense some variety.

On paper, the teams look similar. Their average total offense hovers around 300 yards, the defenses log about 66 tackles per game and they both average more than 55 yards in penalties across the first three contests. They also struggle on fourth down.

UNC is stronger on its return game, sacks (10) and field goals. The NAU offense, however, is better when converting on third down, moving the chains 41% of the time.

Ultimately, the defenses should put together similar performances, so the result will likely come down to a little bit of luck, whichever offense gets into a rhythm, and the team that plays the hardest.

“I’m more concerned with us, the mistakes that we made previously, correcting those and just making sure we don’t make the same mistakes again,” UNC coach Ed McCaffrey said Wednesday during his weekly news conference. “I think the effort will be there. I think our guys have a good attitude, good mindset … but it also takes execution of the plays that we’re calling offensively. It takes making plays on defense in crucial moments when we need them.”


Predictions for games around the Big Sky

Sacramento State 18 – Idaho State 21Cal Poly 18 – Montana 32Montana State 38 – Portland State 24UC Davis 35 – Weber State 30Eastern Washington 45 – Southern Utah 28

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Another death reported in Warren County COVID update for Sept. 24

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WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Another death stemming from COVID-19 infection was confirmed and reported by Warren County Health Services on Friday.

The resident was in their 50s, lived at home and died while hospitalized. They had been vaccinated.

“We know it may feel frustrating to hear about cases increasing again, and sadly hearing about a rising number of hospitalizations and news like today’s as we lose people we care about,” said Rachel Seeber, Chairwoman of the Warren County Board of Supervisors. “We are asking our community to do what you do best  – keep working together, keep encouraging each other to get vaccinated, wear your masks, maintain social distance and keep sharing factual information.” 

The county confirmed 20 new cases and 32 recoveries on Friday, adding up to a case total of 199 active cases.

Eight of those were hospitalized as of Friday, down by two from Thursday.

Another death reported in Warren County COVID update for Sept

All of Friday’s cases involved community spread, four coming from school districts. Those included the communities of Queensbury, Lake George North Warren and Glens Falls school districts.

Meanwhile, the county also mentioned having seen two hospitalizations of Warren County coronavirus patients under the age of 40 just in the last week.

“Seeking treatment quickly is extremely important to avoid serious, life-threatening illness with COVID-19,” said Warren County Health Services Director Ginelle Jones. “We have been seeing more and more younger people hospitalized with serious COVID-19 illness, including two in their 30s this week, and consultation with a physician or medical expert is necessary no matter your age, vaccination status or health history.”

Eleven of Friday’s new cases were among those who had been fully vaccinated for coronavirus.

To date, 405 of Warren County’s 43,148 fully vaccinated residents have tested positive for coronavirus after vaccination.

Upcoming coronavirus vaccine clinics include one on Friday, Sept. 24 from 2-3:30 p.m. and Monday, Sept. 27 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at SUNY Adirondack’s student center building, only for SUNY Adirondack students and staff; and the next two Tuesdays, Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Warren County Municipal Center.

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