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March 23, 2021 - Headlines

Ahmad Al-Issa has been named by multiple sources as the suspect in the shooting that killed 10 in Boulder, Colorado yesterday. A motive hasn’t been identified yet, but we’ll update this story as we get information. Ahmad Al-Issa’s purported Facebook page, which has now been removed, included a lot of anti-Trump messaging, as well as pro-Islam messages. He also appeared to be a reader of PBS, The Intercept, and The Washington Post.

Like clockwork, the narrative is already shifting to “mental illness,” with Al-Issa’s brother calling him “very anti-social” and paranoid, adding that, in high school, he would describe “being chased, someone is behind him, someone is looking for him.” By the Populist Press

A leaked email from a federal government agency reveals that the White House is seemingly playing word games to downplay Joe Biden’s occupation of the White House.

Instead of using distinguished titles such as President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, now they are trying to merge the two and call it the “Biden-Harris Administration” on official White House documents. By Conservative Brief

Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) regrets locking down the state during the pandemic “for even one day,” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said, according to Politico. Gaetz reportedly told Politico’s Michael Kruse the Florida governor expressed one regret in retrospect, and that is embracing lockdown measures, even if they were brief and temporary.

“He told me that his biggest regret as governor is that we ever locked down for even one day,” Gaetz said, according to the outlet. By Brietbart

Barack Obama blamed the ISIS-inspired Boulder shooting on “disaffection, racism and misogyny,” and called for more gun control.

“It is long past time for those with the power to fight this epidemic of gun violence to do so,” Obama said in a statement. “It will take time to root out the disaffection, racism and misogyny that fuels so many of these senseless acts of violence.” - - “It’s time for leaders everywhere to listen to the American people when they say enough is enough – because this is a normal we can no longer afford,”

After admitting he ‘doesn’t know all the details,’ Biden still blamed guns for the shooting and called on Congress to “ban assault weapons” and “high-capacity magazines.” After calling for gun control, Joe Biden walked away from the lectern and ignored reporters shouting questions.


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