- Extremely American
April 2, 2021 - Headlines
Evidently, according to the alleged suspect’s Facebook profile, which has now unsearchable, Noah Green was a supporter of American religious leader and political activist who heads the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan.
Noah Green was named as the knife-wielding, now-deceased suspect who tried to ram a car into a U.S. Capitol barricade, exiting with a knife, and killing a Capitol police officer and injuring another. The suspect was first named by MSNBC’s Pete Williams and other NBC journalists, who said he was 25 years old and from Indiana. Authorities have not yet confirmed the name. Earlier in the afternoon, the acting Capitol police chief delivered grim news: That one of the officers, who has not been named, died in the attack. It’s not clear whether he was injured by Green’s car or his knife; police said the suspect used both as weapons against the law enforcement officers. The Capitol police chief Yogananda Pittman said in a news conference, “It is with heavy heart that I come here this afternoon to shed some light on the incident that occurred at the U.S. Capitol.” The suspect entered the “north barricade” of the Capitol. “It is with a very heavy heart that I announce that one of our officers has succumbed to his injured,” she said. A heartbreaking procession for the slain officer unfolded through the Washington D.C. streets. The Populist Press
Fool, Pete Buttigieg asks his armored SUV to drop him off one mile away from his office so, that he can been seen riding his bicycle in an effort to show everyone that he is environmentally responsible. This display of insecurity and dishonestly should disqualify this human from running for office. Watch this pathetic video.
Whether or not people should have to prove their vaccination status via a passport-like document has been a controversial issue. Florida governor Ron DeSantis has taken a firm stand, issuing an executive order banning the production, use, and requirement of vaccine passports and other similar documents throughout the state. The order is effective immediately.