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In Wenatchee, Washington, a high school has placed band students inside suffocating cocoons where they can’t see each other or socialize, but they still have to play their band instruments. This torture is being hailed as an amazing breakthrough by the principal of the school, who thinks children belong in cages … something Dems relentlessly accused Trump of doing, but now they do it themselves while celebrating it.
(Natural News)Radical Left-wing and Communist groups are fueling the ongoing riots and protests across the United States, according to reports. This theory, pushed forth by authorities handling the current spate of violence, stems from the organized and well-coordinated nature of the riots.
“We have evidence that Antifa and other similar extremist groups, as well as actors of a variety of different political persuasions, have been involved in instigating and participating in the violent activity,” Attorney General William Barr said during a press conference at Justice Department headquarters Thursday. →
(Natural News) Following attacks on five Republican political offices, Antifa members have ramped up their extremism and rhetoric by placing severed pig’s heads at a number of polling places and campaign offices in Austin, Texas, Far Left Watch reported this week. The heads were placed along with placards that were critical of both U.S. Senate candidates, Democratic…..Read more & podcast with Mike Adams
(Natural News) Professional journalism took a major hit this past year as one establishment media outlet after another became afflicted with Trump Derangement Syndrome and spent the better part of the past 12 months manufacturing one story after another. Normal confirmation of information through multiple, independent sources was one of the biggest casualties of the…Read more