Tag: Crime

Pelosi’s Husband Gets Jailtime for DUI

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s husband pleaded guilty to DUI causing injury in Napa County on Tuesday morning. Paul Pelosi was sentenced by Napa County Superior Court Judge Joseph Solga to serve five days in jail, pay more than $6,000 in fines, and enroll in a 3-month-long DUI class. Paul Pelosi did not appear

Former Democrat Congressman Arrested on Dozens of Fraud Charges

Former Representative TJ Cox was charged with “15 counts of wire fraud, 11 counts of money laundering, one count of financial institution fraud, and one count of campaign contribution fraud.” According to Politico: The FBI arrested former one-term Democratic Rep. T.J. Cox on dozens of charges related to financial fraud, according to public records with the Fresno County

FBI Director Calls Allegations About Hunter Biden Coverup ‘Troubling’

FBI Director Christopher Wray said accusations against an FBI agent alleging a partisan effort to suppress information in the investigation into Hunter Biden’s business activities are “deeply troubling.” Wray was speaking at a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing when he condemned the reported actions of Timothy Thibault. Thibault, it was noted, was recently put on leave after

Pelosi’s Husband Buys Millions in Tech Stocks Before Subsidy Vote

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, who has a history of suspiciously timed stock moves, has given critics one more to scrutinize. Just ahead of a vote next week to deliver billions in subsidies to boost chip manufacturing, Paul Pelosi bought 20,000 shares of Nvidia. Pelosi purchased the shares for roughly $5 million dollars less than

Epstein Partner Ghislaine Maxwell Receives 20 Years in Prison

Maxwell was convicted of helping Jeffrey Epstein recruit, groom, and abuse underage girls. The sentence is shorter than the government recommended, but it still ensures she will spend most of the rest of her life in jail. Judge Alison Nathan also imposed the maximum $750,000 fine under the law, according to the New York Times. Preparing

Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces New Ban Aimed to Protect Children

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that unaccompanied minors will not be allowed to visit the city’s Millennium Park after dark due to a spike in crime. On Saturday, 16-year-old Seandell Holliday was shot and killed in Millineum Park around 7:30 p.m. promoting Mayor Lightfoot to enact the ban. “Earlier this evening, a 16-year-old was tragically

Senator Has Harsh Words for AG Garland on Crime

Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) criticized the Justice Department’s handle on crime as violence escalates in major cities across the country. According to Fox News: “I think the Justice Department is losing,” Kennedy told Garland, who was testifying before the Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday in regard to the DOJ’s budget request for Fiscal Year 2023.

Florida Sheriff Clears Up Homeowner Rights Question

After authorities arrested a suspect in a series of break-ins on the same night, Santa Rosa County Sheriff Bob Johnson made quite the statement during a press conference. Police responded to a call around 4:30am saying a suspicious person was jumping fences and breaking into homes. Shortly after, another call came in that shots had

Arrest Made in Brooklyn Attack as Bizarre Motive Uncovered

The recently arrested suspect in the shooting attack on a New York City subway regularly uploaded racist rants to both YouTube and Facebook. The topics ranged from race relations in the United States, the policies of New York Mayor Eric Adams, and his own often racist and misogynistic thoughts on various ethnicities, according to videos