Tuesday, May 24, 2022

WTF Is she doing?!? Chaotic Scene At Gas Station Doesn’t End Up Well…

(WXYZ) — “My baby in that car,” a mother’s heart-wrenching plea for mercy falls on deaf ears as a woman on a tirade smashes into not one but two cars at a Belleville gas station, with a 7-month old infant in the backseat.

Surveillance video shows the car stop and the woman is finally able to get her child out of the car and into her arms for safety, but the attack isn’t over.

A woman who police have now identified as 26-year-old Ariyah Bennet grabs a bat out of the trunk of her car and smashes a car’s driver-side windshield.

The chaotic scene unfolds at a Shell gas station on Belleville Road and I-94. But what led up to the attack?

Van Buren police confirm the two women from neighboring towns were meeting up for a children’s clothes exchange. The woman in the Black SUV confronts Bennet and allegedly calls her a ‘burnt piece of toast’ and the two got into a physical fight, but it wasn’t long before fists weren’t enough.

Bennet allegedly hit Lulow’s car with a bat too, but Lulow says she is thankful no one was seriously hurt and the irate woman reached for a bat and not a gun.

Van Buren police quickly arrived on scene and Bennet was arrested and faces a slew of charges and fines including two counts of assault with a deadly weapon. The other woman involved in the altercation has not been charged but police confirm the 7-month-old child was not injured during the crashes.

In total Bennet faces six charges including three felonies and up to 14 years behind bars.


DHS Secretary Mayorkas on CNN: Biden’s new “disinformation” czar is “eminently qualified, a renowned expert” (VIDEO)

Nina Jankowicz, 33, has been appointed executive director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board, a team whose mission in theory will be to stop online ‘misinformation’. She tweeted in 2016 that she thought a Donald Trump presidency would embolden ISIS, even though it fell under his administration. In one video, she sings about misinformation, and in another she praises Sen. Elizabeth Warren. WATCH VIDEO »

VIDEO: Australian political candidate holds “F**k Xi Jinping” sign at Asian market in Sydney. Residents lose their minds

A political activist, who is running for the senate in Queensland, has provoked a bitter reaction from a crowd after holding up an obscene sign that said ‘F**k Xi Jinping’ at an Asian market in Sydney. Drew Pavlou sparked an angry reaction from bystanders who called him a “motherf**ker” and “son of a b**ch” for displaying the sign aimed at Chinese President Xi Jinping in Eastwood in Sydney’s north west. WATCH VIDEO »

The U.N. confirms that an operation to evacuate people from a steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol is underway

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Popular country destination for Hippies looking to legalize marijuana again

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The Phoenix Ghost, a secretive ‘suicide drone’ headed to Ukraine

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Prosecutor Durham unmasks alliance between media, Democrat dirt diggers that triggered false Russia story

Just The News: Just days after Hillary Clinton emissaries Christopher Steele and Michael Sussmann approached the FBI in September 2016 with dirt that would infuse the Russia collusion probe, the campaign’s opposition research firm sent some of the same information to New York Times journalists. READ MORE »

VIDEO: Ukraine hunts down traitors posting online in support of Russia


VIDEO: Crypto entrepreneurs getting energy in the most original ways

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India seizes $725 million China’s Xiaomi over remittances

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Michigan deputy arrested after torturing service dog to death

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Fort Worth becomes first U.S. city to mine bitcoin…

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Teacher in the U.S. under fire after using cotton and cuffs to explain slavery to kids…

The Hill: Rochester school officials are investigating allegations that a white teacher told his class of mostly Black students to pick seeds out of cotton and put on handcuffs during lessons on slavery in a seventh-grade social studies class. “It made me feel bad to be a Black person,” student Jahmiere O’Neal told news outlets. READ MORE »

Fatbergs: The Growing Menace Under Our Streets

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Angelina Jolie meets children, volunteers in Lviv on April 30 (Photos)

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VIDEO: Inhabitants of liberated Kutuzivka, Kharkiv Region meet Ukrainian soldiers


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Chicago sees most violent weekend of all year, 7 killed and 37 hurt…

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‘Kissing’ in the Metaverse now possible with tech that sends sensations to mouth, lips…

The Sun: As if the metaverse wasn’t bad enough with seedy strip clubs and naked avatars, experts want to take the realism a step further. Scientists have created a device that brings a feeling sensation to the mouth, lips, and tongue. They pulled it off by adding a load of special ultrasonic transducers to a VR headset. At the moment, the metaverse and VR are largely focused on 360 visuals, sound, and hand controls. READ MORE »

VIDEO: Lost dog reunited with owners after 11 long years

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U.S. Senator Rand Paul wants to investigate origins of Covid…

Newsmax: U.S. Sen. Rand Paul promised Saturday to wage a vigorous review into the origins of the coronavirus if Republicans retake the Senate and he lands a committee chairmanship. Speaking to supporters at a campaign rally, the libertarian-leaning Kentucky Republican denounced what he sees as government overreach in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE »

Finland prepares to live without Russian gas…

RT: The Finnish government and companies across the country are preparing for the end of Russian natural gas supplies, which could happen in less than three weeks, Helsingin Sanomat (HS) reported on Saturday. According to the outlet’s sources, Russian energy giant Gazprom has set a deadline of May 20 for Helsinki to come up with a final response on whether the country will pay for gas in rubles. READ MORE »

Country music star Naomi Judd dies by suicide…

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More than 100,000 Germans signed a petition against the supply of weapons to Kyiv

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un warns of ‘preemptive’ use of nuclear force

France 24: Kim told top military officers that to “maintain the absolute superiority” of North Korea’s armed forces, the country should be able to “preemptively and thoroughly contain and frustrate all dangerous attempts and threatening moves… if necessary,” the official KCNA news agency reported. READ MORE »

Leonardo DiCaprio’s beef with Brazilian President Bolsonaro over Amazonas rainforest comments…

Deadline: Leonardo DiCaprio and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have engaged in a war of words on social media, after the Oscar winner used the platform to urge the South American country’s young people to vote in the forthcoming elections. “Brazil is home to the Amazon and other ecosystems critical to climate change. What happens there matters to us all and youth voting is key in driving change for a healthy planet,” DiCaprio stated on his Twitter account. READ MORE »

Elon heading to Supreme Court after Twitter purchase…

The Daily Mail: Just days after taking over control of Twitter, Elon Musk has now set his sights on going after federal regulators the SEC. The Tesla founder has quietly signed onto an amicus brief filed last week that could prevent the Securities and Exchange Commission from issuing gag orders which prevent people who settle with the SEC without admitting fault from discussing their cases. READ MORE »

Apple employees claim it’s RACIST to force them to return to a physical office

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VIDEO: Drone footage of Ukrainian attack on a Russian ammo depot in Irmino, Luhansk Region!


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CDC Reports First Human Case Of Avian Influenza

Zero Hedge: A Colorado man has tested positive for an H5 bird flu virus, the first such case in the U.S., health officials said on April 28. The Colorado health department said the man, who is younger than 40, had been working on a commercial farm with poultry that, according to the CDC, was presumably infected with H5N1. He reported fatigue as his only symptom and is now in isolation and being treated with the flu antiviral drug oseltamivir. READ MORE »

1 in 300 Canadians identifies as transgender or nonbinary…

The Washington Examiner: Roughly 1 in 300 Canadians identifies as transgender or nonbinary, according to the country’s 2021 census data released on Wednesday. The dataset reported on over 30.5 million Canadian citizens aged 15 years old and up, according to a report. Of that number, 100,815 reported that they identify as transgender or nonbinary, equating to roughly 0.33%, or 1 in every 300 Canadians. READ MORE »

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BIDEN: I’m really excited to be here with the only group of Americans with a lower approval rating than I have

President Biden poked fun at his own low approval rating and called the Trump administration a ‘horrible plague’ as he cracked jokes and roasted the press at the annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner. WATCH VIDEO »

VIDEO: U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi meets Zelensky on unannounced visit To Kyiv – Officials

Channels Television: “We believe that we are visiting you to say thank you for your fight for freedom… Our commitment is to be there for you until the fight is done,” Pelosi told Zelensky, according to a video released by the Ukrainian presidency. WATCH VIDEO »

VIDEO: Joe Biden calls Trump admin “a horrible plague”

Joe Biden celebrated the return of a flashy annual gathering of Washington’s political and media elites on Saturday with some humorous jabs at Donald Trump – and himself. The US president, sporting a tuxedo and slightly askew bow tie, spoke at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, which was canceled in 2020 and 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. It was another tentative step towards Washington norms after Trump repeatedly snubbed the gala, which allegedly champions the freedom of the press. WATCH VIDEO »

Warren Buffet: “I wouldn’t buy all of the bitcoin in the world for $25”

Bitcoin has steadily been gaining acceptance from the traditional finance and investment world in recent years but Warren Buffett is sticking to his skeptical stance on bitcoin. He said at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholder meeting Saturday that it’s not a productive asset and it doesn’t produce anything tangible. Despite a shift in public perception about the cryptocurrency, Buffett still wouldn’t buy it. WATCH VIDEO »

Trump blasts marxist lunatic chosen to lead Joe Biden’s “Ministry of Truth”

The Gateway Pundit: President Trump on Saturday blasted the far-left lunatic and serial liar chosen to lead the Department of Homeland Security’s “Disinformation Governance Board.” Nina Jankowicz, the Marxist chosen to oversee the new board, called Hunter Biden’s laptop ‘Russian disinformation.’ U.S. Press Secretary Jen Psaki defended Nina Jankowicz and said she’s a person with “extensive qualifications.” READ MORE »

Trump grand jury ending in N.Y. with no charges against ex-president

The Washington Post: A six-month grand jury that was convened late last year to hear evidence against Donald Trump was set to expire this week, closing a chapter in a lengthy criminal investigation that appears to be fizzling out without charges against the former president, people familiar with the matter said. The grand jury was convened in November with a mandate to hear evidence against the former president. READ MORE »

Man Who Married Hologram of a 16-Year-Old Runs Into Big Problem…

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McDonald’s loses millions in Ukraine and Russia

The Washington Examiner: Temporary restaurant closures in Russia and Ukraine have cost McDonald’s millions of dollars. The fast-food giant is facing a loss of $100 million worth of spoiled inventory as over 950 stores remain closed while Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine drags on, McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski said Thursday. READ MORE »