Devil Shoes, The Biden Migrant Crisis, The Suez Canal Penis and More Maga First News

Written by on April 3, 2021

Devil Shoes, The Biden Migrant Crisis, The Suez Canal Penis and

More Maga First News

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed the Republican-backed “Election Integrity Act of 2021” into law as Democratic lawmakers protested the bill. The legislation will tighten up elections and reduce fraud by enforcing conformity across the state, amping up voter ID, restricting drop boxes, and expanding in-person voting, among additional election-related overhauls. [Daily Wire]

A theater in Minnesota says they have canceled their production of Cinderella that had been slated for later this year, letting the staff go because “it was 98% white.” [The Blaze]

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with a coalition of gun advocacy groups by ruling that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) cannot classify bump stocks as machine guns for the purpose of federal firearm regulations. [Law & Crime]

Trials are underway for participants in the Capitol riot of Jan. 6, and it turns out that the charges against them are not as serious as the public was initially led to believe, as the DOJ admits evidence was ‘less damning’ than expected. None of the 400 on trial are facing sedition charges for inciting insurrection. Instead, the most serious charge brought against any of the defendants has been an assault. [Post Millennial]

A program to give $500 monthly checks to low-income families of color in Oakland, California, has been criticized for explicitly excluding the 10,000 white residents living in poverty in the city. [Daily Mail]

The Secret Service intervened in an investigation into a 2018 incident involving Hunter Biden and his girlfriend at the time — his former sister-in-law, Hallie — in which she took his gun and tossed it into the trash, thinking he was going to kill himself with it. [Read the full story from the NY Post]

DHS expects 500k – 800k illegal immigrant family groups during 2021

Fauci takes credit for Trump’s covid vaccine: ‘Best decision I’ve ever made’

57% of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of the border crisis, 41% approve

LA is adding $36 million police funding amid crime surges

Trump plans to visit the border in coming weeks, invited by ICE & CBP

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, allegedly laughed and chuckled to himself as he went on a rampage through a King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colo., killing 10 people. [Fox local affiliate]

Engineers partly freed a wedged ship blocking the Suez Canal and tug boats were working to straighten its course, an effort that could soon reopen the vital trade route and end days of global supply disruptions. [WSJ]

The former director of the CDC, Robert Redfield, says he believes COVID-19 ‘escaped’ from the Wuhan lab in China and may have been circling as early as September 2019. [Daily Mail]

The Heritage Foundation, one of the oldest and most respected conservative think tanks in Washington, D.C., rejected six-figure donations from Big Tech companies Google and Facebook, taking a principled stand against Big Tech censorship of conservatives. [The Blaze]

The New York City Council moved to end qualified immunity for police officers, making it the first big city in the nation to do so. The legal doctrine has for decades protected officers from lawsuits alleging misconduct against those they’re arresting unless the officer had violated a clearly established constitutional right. [Fox News]

Republican Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill into law requiring that transgender athletes only compete in school sports competitions that align with their biological sex. Tennessee becomes the third state to implement such a law. [Daily Caller]

The Biden administration is reportedly working on developing coronavirus vaccine passports that would allow Americans to prove that they have been vaccinated since some businesses have indicated that they will require proof of vaccination for people to enter their businesses. [Daily Wire]

35% of Americans watch fewer sports because leagues push politics

Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) revealed he has prostate cancer, will have surgery soon

China burned 53% of the world’s coal power in 2020, up 9% from 2015

Nike on filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against New York-based company MSCHF over its controversial “Satan shoes” collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. The shoes are unofficial designs of Nike’s trademark Air Max 97 design, though the shoe company has said it is not involved with the creation or sale of the shoes.

U.S. prosecutors on Monday expanded their criminal case against Ghislaine Maxwell, saying the British socialite helped procure a fourth underage girl for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse. [Reuters]

The University of Oxford has taken the Black Lives Matter movement to heart, and as such is considering a plan to scrap sheet music, notation, and the classical music that was scored upon it. Sheet music is now considered “too colonial,” while Beethoven and Mozart, and music curriculums in general, are believed to have “complicity in white supremacy.” [Post Millennial]

Young teenage boys at a school in Victoria, Australia, were forced to stand up during an assembly and apologize to girls at the school on behalf of their gender. [Daily Wire]

The CDC extended its moratorium on evictions through June, but smaller landlords are being hit especially hard by the decision. While unable to collect rent, some are having to dip into savings or take out loans to make payments on mortgages and maintenance. [CNBC/Daily Wire]

64% of Americans say cancel culture is a threat to freedom

80% of people hospitalized for Covid were overweight or obese

Kayleigh McEnany will co-host Outnumbered on Fox News

Major 2A victory: Democrats’ gun control background check bill, which was viewed as having the best chance at passing, has already been declared “dead on arrival” in the Senate. [Hot Air]

A 12-year-old Colorado boy was tragically left brain dead after using a shoelace to choke himself until he lost consciousness. His family believes he may have been using the shoelace to take part in the challenge which has been circulating on TikTok over the last year called the “Blackout challenge.” [Daily Mail]

China has sharply reduced the number of directly elected seats in Hong Kong’s legislature in a setback for the territory’s already beleaguered democracy movement. The legislature will be expanded to 90 seats, and only 20 will be elected by the public. [AP]

The Supreme Court announced it would consider the case Cameron v. EMW Women’s Surgical Center, which centers on Kentucky’s ban on dismemberment abortions, also known as dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortions. [PJ Media]

A pregnant Catholic woman in Texas says that she was escorted by officers from a Dallas church for not wearing a mask. “I mean, you’re going to arrest a 28-year-old nursing mom who’s already socially distanced? I mean it proves that it’s not really about health. It’s just about control.” [Washington Examiner]

Trump is “moving forward” with a plan to launch a social media platform

Illegal border crossings jump to 150,000 in March

Andrew Cuomo legalizes recreational marijuana in New York

Facebook has censored a video of Lara Trump interviewing her father-in-law, Donald Trump, after it warned the family that any content “in the voice of” former President Trump would be erased. [Breitbart]

US Border Patrol rescued a 6-month-old baby from the Rio Grande River after human traffickers threw the baby into the water from their raft. This after having assaulted the little girl’s mother and broken her leg along the journey. The mother reportedly paid $3,500 to traffickers to get her and her baby across the border. [Post Millennial]

For the past three months, Nancy Pelosi has been trying to steal a GOP House seat from Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, who won by a razor-thin 6 vote margin. But yesterday the challenger, Rita Hart finally withdraw. [The Gateway Pundit]

The Biden administration has reversed the order by former President Donald Trump that largely banned transgender people from serving in the military and ordered new protections for transgender people wanting to enlist. [The Blaze]

Harvard University has apologized for telling their Asian students who have experienced racism that they might wish they “weren’t Asian” on their anti-Asian racism resources page. [Fox News]

A mafia fugitive was arrested in the Dominican Republic after Italian police discovered his YouTube cooking show. The Italian gangster had concealed his face from the camera’s view while appearing on the YouTube cooking show with his wife, but had failed to hide his tattoos, which made him identifiable to police. [Breitbart]

That’s all the news today from Clown World… there is always tomorrow….

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