Texas man arrested after making 'terrorist threat' toward Supreme Court

Texas man arrested after making 'terrorist threat' toward Supreme Court --The Texas man was released from jail on June 25 on a $25,000 surety bond | 1 July 2022 | A man in Texas was arrested after he allegedly made a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court following the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Mikeal Archambault, 20, was arrested on June 25 by The Colony Police Department in Texas after allegedly making a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court online on Twitter. A spokesperson for the police department told Fox News Digital that they were contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations following the treat that Archambault allegedly made on Twitter. After an investigation by the department's criminal investigative division, police obtained "probable cause for an arrest warrant."

29,162 Reports of Deaths After COVID Vaccines, as FDA Tells Vaccine Makers to Make New Boosters Targeting Omicron

29,162 Reports of Deaths After COVID Vaccines, as FDA Tells Vaccine Makers to Make New Boosters Targeting Omicron | 1 July 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,307,928 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and June 24, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 6,666 adverse events over the previous week. The data included a total of 29,162 reports of deaths -- an increase of 131 over the previous week -- and 241,226 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 1,004 compared with the previous week.

New J6 Narrative About Trump and Secret Service Collapses Hours After Tuesday Hearing

New J6 Narrative About Trump and Secret Service Collapses Hours After Tuesday Hearing --Blockbuster testimony from former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson collapsed hours after Tuesday's show trial hearing. | 29 June 2022 | On Tuesday, the nine-member Jan. 6 panel brought forward a key aide to former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Cassidy Hutchinson, who supposedly possessed intimate knowledge of the administration's conduct on Jan. 6... Moments after Hutchinson's testimony, NBC's Chief White House Correspondent Peter Alexander reported "a source close to the Secret Service tells me both Bobby Engel, the lead agent, and the presidential limousine/SUV driver are prepared to testify under oath that neither man was assaulted and that Mr. Trump never lunged for the steering wheel." CBS News followed up with "confirmation" of the agency's categorical denial, likely from the same sources. Hours later, another pillar of Hutchinson's testimony fell apart when a spokesman for Former White House lawyer Eric Herschmann told ABC News a handwritten note for which Hutchinson claimed authorship was actually written by Herschmann.

Jim Banks Demands White House Surveillance Logs to Vet Contested J6 Testimony

Jim Banks Demands White House Surveillance Logs to Vet Contested J6 Testimony --Days after a centerpiece of Hutchinson's testimony fell apart, more claims are beginning to fail the credibility test under closer scrutiny. | 1 July 2022 | Indiana Republican Congressman Jim Banks is demanding the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) disclose White House surveillance records to lawmakers in their investigation of blockbuster claims by the Jan. 6 Committee's latest star witness. On Tuesday, a top aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Cassidy Hutchinson, offered sensational revelations in public testimony before the nine-member House panel depicting a president in rage as supporters ransacked congressional chambers... Hours later, Hutchinson's sources disputed the graphic events in question and told news outlets they were prepared to offer on-the-record denials under oath. Days after a centerpiece of Hutchinson's uncorroborated testimony fell apart, more claims are beginning to fail the credibility test under closer scrutiny.

Drug Cartel: Biden Admin agrees to pay Pfizer 56% more for their COVID shots

Drug Cartel: Biden Admin agrees to pay Pfizer 56% more for their COVID shots --The pharma giant is already shattering profit records, and is expected to generate well over $100 billion in 2022 revenue. By Jordan Schachtel | 30 June 2022 | Pfizer is already swimming in record profits, but that hasn't stopped the drug company from gouging the American taxpayer for every last dollar. On Wednesday, the Biden Administration signed off on a new vaccine supply deal with Pfizer for $3.2 billion for 105 million COVID injections, but that's only for the first batch of mRNA shots. The contract will generate well over $9 billion for Pfizer, as this latest purchase agreement tops off at 300 million doses. Compared to previous settlements with Pfizer, this public-private no-bid arrangement will come at a much higher cost to the U.S. taxpayer. The Biden Administration has justified the deal by claiming that it needs to restock supply to prepare for seasonal spikes. The data does not support such a claim. According to the CDC, almost 100 million taxpayer-funded Pfizer shots (and 169 million total shots) have gone unused, resulting in billions of dollars in waste.

How Did a Zuckerberg Stooge Win a GOP Primary in Colorado?

How Did a Zuckerberg Stooge Win a GOP Primary in Colorado? | 1 July 2022 | The story of the GOP primary race for Secretary of State in Colorado gets more interesting the more you investigate the results... Tina Peters got 61% of the delegates at Colorado's Republican Assembly in April... Pam Anderson did not even attend the Republican assembly. She was so unpopular in the Colorado GOP that she was a write-in candidate who only qualified in April. She had to collect 1,000 valid signatures from registered Republicans in each of the state's eight congressional districts just to get on the ballot. In the 5th Congressional District, Anderson managed only 1,282 valid signatures. Apparently, more than 5,000 of the 17,904 signatures submitted by Anderson were not valid... So how did Pam Anderson suddenly pull off a miraculous 35 point swing on Primary Day two months later with no money and no endorsements? The only advantage that Pam Anderson had in this race: she's on the Board of Directors for Mark Zuckerberg's private election mafia, the "Center For Tech And Civic Life." One more thing: Colorado uses Dominion Voting Machines.

'First-Year Law Student' Could Have Discredited Hutchinson - Megyn Kelly

'First-Year Law Student' Could Have Discredited Hutchinson - Megyn Kelly | 30 June 2022 | Legal experts have rejected the House Jan. 6 Select Committee hearings for lacking balance or cross-examination, but Megyn Kelly took it to another level in her rebuke, saying even a "first-year law student" could have discredited Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony. "A first-year law student could have driven a truck through the holes in that testimonial," Kelly, who has a Juris Doctorate legal degree, said Thursday on The Megyn Kelly Show. "Unfortunately, none was present [Tuesday], never mind a full-fledged lawyer presenting Donald Trump's defense or even just pressing the witness on certain problems with her testimony." Kelly punched holes in Hutchinson's Tuesday hearing claims, noting she was presenting hearsay of what she "overheard" and being "in the vicinity of a conversation," repeatedly saying to the committee she heard "something to the effect of." "Her memory appeared to be rather shaky," Kelly continued.

East Tennessee food processing plant closing, 200 jobs lost

East Tennessee food processing plant closing, 200 jobs lost | 23 June 2022 | Officials with a food processing plant, George's Prepared Foods, announced they were closing their Caryville location, leaving nearly 200 people jobless. Campbell County Mayor E.L. Morton told WVLT News that he was trying to keep the plant open. "I have contacted the Tennessee Economic and Community Development staff to request assistance in keeping the plant open or facilitating a sale to another operator," Morton said. "I have requested Governor Lee's assistance as well. My primary concern is for the welfare of the dedicated workers who have been the backbone of this operation. Our prayers go out to them as well as our very best efforts to keep them employed in Campbell County."

Sen. Blackburn to Introduce Legislation Backing National Guard Members Set to Be Fired Over COVID Vaccine Refusal

Sen. Blackburn to Introduce Legislation Backing National Guard Members Set to Be Fired Over COVID Vaccine Refusal | 30 June 2022 | Republican Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn will introduce legislation Thursday that would ban federal funds from being used to implement any requirement that a National Guard member must receive a COVID-19 vaccine. The legislation, first obtained by the Daily Caller, comes as up to 40,000 U.S. Army National Guard members are set to be fired Thursday for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Blackburn said she is introducing the legislation to protect the 40,000 guardsmen and said firing them would be a threat to U.S. national security.

'1937 moment' - UK Army Chief Calls for Mobilisation of Military, Compares Russian 'Invasion' to World War II Lead-Up

'1937 moment' - UK Army Chief Calls for Mobilisation of Military, Compares Russian 'Invasion' to World War II Lead-Up --"It is dangerous to assume that Ukraine is a limited conflict," General Sanders said. | 28 June 2022 | The United Kingdom and its allies are facing a "1937 moment" in light of Russia's most recent invasion de-Nazification of Ukraine, and therefore must "mobilise" its armed forces to "meet today’s threat and thereby prevent war in Europe,” the head of the British Army said on Tuesday. Speaking before an annual army conference in London, General Sir Patrick Sanders, who became the head of the Chief of the General Staff earlier this month, warned that while the UK is not officially at war with Russia it must "act rapidly so that we aren’t drawn into one through a failure to contain territorial expansion."

Biden hits new low in polls

Biden hits new low in polls | 29 June 2022 | Joe Biden dropped to a new low in terms of poll numbers. The RealClearPolitics average of polls on Wednesday showed Biden's job approval rating plummeting to 38% for the first time since he became president a little more than 17 months ago. Those who disapprove account for 57.5%, making for a 19.5-point split. "Biden approval at new low in RCP Average, disapproval at new high," RealClearPolitics co-founder and President Tom Bevan shared on Twitter.

Cornell University Removes Lincoln Bust From Library After Complaint

Cornell University Removes Lincoln Bust From Library After Complaint --A bronze plaque of the Gettysburg Address was also removed | 29 June 2022 | Cornell University has removed a bust of Abraham Lincoln and a plaque commemorating the Gettysburg Address from its library. The bust was removed after someone complained, according to The College Fix. "Someone complained, and it was gone," Cornell biology professor Randy Wayne told the College Fix. The Lincoln bust had been a fixture at Cornell's Kroch Library since 2013, longer than Wayne's tenure at the university. It was displayed in front of a bronze plaque that displayed the Gettysburg Address, which was also removed.

Texas migrant deaths: four arrested, charged in human trafficking operation that left 53 dead

Texas migrant deaths: four arrested, charged in human trafficking operation that left 53 dead | 29 June 2022 | Four men have been arrested after 53 migrants died when they were abandoned in a tractor trailer on a desolate road in San Antonio on Monday, the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas announced. The alleged driver of the truck, 45-year-old Homero Zamorano Jr., is facing one count of alien smuggling resulting in death and faces life in prison or the death penalty if he is convicted. He was found hiding in the brush near the truck on Monday evening after trying to get away from authorities, the U.S. Attorney said. Border Patrol agents later provided surveillance footage of a man who matched Zamorano's description driving the truck through a Laredo Sector checkpoint.

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years --Maxwell was convicted in December on sex trafficking charges. | 28 June 2022 | Ghislaine Maxwell, the associate of Jeffrey Epstein who lured underage girls into the disgraced financier's lurid world, was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in federal prison and a $750,000 fine following her December conviction on five criminal counts, including sex trafficking. Maxwell addressed the court for five minutes and said she empathized with the victims, but she didn't take responsibility for causing their suffering. To the victims, Maxwell said, "I am sorry for the pain that you experienced," adding, "I hope my conviction and harsh incarceration" brings some closure... Maxwell, who maintains her innocence, accused the government of treating her "as if she were a proxy" for Epstein and asked the judge to impose a sentence well below the maximum 55 years.

Voicemail indicates Joe Biden knew of Hunter deals with 'spy chief of China'

Voicemail indicates Joe Biden knew of Hunter deals with 'spy chief of China' | 27 June 2022 | Joe Biden called his son Hunter in late 2018 to discuss a New York Times article detailing the younger Biden's dealings with a Chinese oil tycoon accused of economic crimes -- telling him, "I think you're clear," according to a report Monday. The voicemail, discovered on a cellphone backup contained on Hunter Biden's infamous discarded laptop, would appear to contradict President [sic] Biden's continued denial that he ever talked with his disgraced 52-year-old son about his overseas business transactions -- and was aware they could be improper. "Hey pal, it's Dad," Joe Biden said, the Daily Mail reported. "It's 8:15 on Wednesday night. If you get a chance, just give me a call..." Biden then made his intentions clear. "I thought the article released online, it's going to be printed tomorrow in the Times, was good,' Biden continued. "I think you're clear. And anyway if you get a chance, give me a call, I love you."

Special counsel rules Biden's energy secretary violated Hatch Act

Special counsel rules Biden's energy secretary violated Hatch Act --Granholm remarked that it was 'good news' Democrats had taken majority control of Congress during an interview in her official capacity | 28 June 2022 | The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) determined that Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm violated the Hatch Act during a late 2021 interview. The OSC said Granholm explicitly endorsed Democratic Party candidates during an Oct. 6 interview in her official capacity with media outlet Marie Clare, according to a response letter sent to the Foundation for Accountability & Civic Trust (FACT) on June 9. FACT requested that the OSC investigate the matter shortly after the interview was published. During the interview, Granholm remarked that it was "good news" voters gave Democrats majority control of the House and Senate in 2020.

Second Pfizer Jab Taken After Shorter Interval May Have Higher Myocarditis, Pericarditis Risk, Doctor Says

Second Pfizer Jab Taken After Shorter Interval May Have Higher Myocarditis, Pericarditis Risk, Doctor Says | 22 June 2022 | An 11-year-old Hong Kong girl vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine had symptoms of myocarditis. Since then, the Hong Kong Centre for Health Protection extended the interval between the first and second doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine from three to eight weeks for people between 18 and 59. Dr. Edmund Lam Wing-wo, a member of the Scientific Committee on Vaccine Preventable Diseases, responded on a radio program on June 20, 2022, that the World Health Organisation announced in January 2022 their recommendation for an 8-week interval between the first two doses. Studies have also shown that the risk of myocarditis or pericarditis caused by a longer interval could be lower. But due to the severe pandemic situation in Hong Kong during January, when all citizens were in urgent need of injections [well, to be completely fair and honest, no one "needs" a useless and possibly deadly injection], they decided not to follow the WHO guidelines.

At Least 50 People Found Dead in a Truck Carrying Suspected Migrants in San Antonio

At Least 50 People Found Dead in a Truck Carrying Suspected Migrants in San Antonio | 28 June 2022 | At least 50 people were found dead in an 18-wheeler truck carrying suspected illegal immigrants on a remote back road in southwest San Antonio, according to officials. William McManus, the city's police chief, said that a city worker was alerted to the situation by a cry for help shortly before 6 p.m. on Monday. Officers arrived at the site of the tractor-trailer rig near the intersection of Cassin Drive and Quintana Road and found a body on the ground outside the vehicle, which had a door that was partially opened. Another 16 people, four of whom were children, were taken to hospitals with heat-related illnesses, Fire Chief Charles Hood said, adding that they were hot to the touch and dehydrated. He also noted that no water was found in the truck. [Note: Updated death toll is 51.]

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of High School Football Coach Fired for Post-Game Prayers

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of High School Football Coach Fired for Post-Game Prayers --Decision overturns the oft-reversed 9th Circuit Court of Appeals | 28 June 2022 | The Supreme Court ruled 6–3 on June 27 that a school district in Washington state violated First Amendment religious freedom protections when it fired high school football coach Joseph Kennedy for leading personal prayers at the 50-yard line after games. The decision is regarded as a victory for religious freedom. In the case, the high court held that the free exercise and free speech clauses of the First Amendment protect an individual engaging in a personal religious observance from government reprisal. The court found that the U.S. Constitution neither requires nor allows governments to suppress such religious expression.

Federal Vaccine Mandate Blocked Again as Appeals Court Dissolves Earlier Ruling

Federal Vaccine Mandate Blocked Again as Appeals Court Dissolves Earlier Ruling | 29 June 2022 | The vaccine mandate for federal employees will remain blocked at least until a September court hearing. A Texas appeals court is dissolving a previous decision that upheld the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for federal employees. On Monday, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to request a full court to rehear Feds for Medical Freedom v. Biden, effectively dissolving the court's April decision. This means that Joe Biden's vaccine mandate, which he introduced via Executive Order 14043 in September 2021, will remain blocked as long as the court does not issue a decision otherwise. The court has tentatively calendared the en banc oral arguments for the week of Sept. 12.

Baby Formula Stock Rates Not Improving, May Take Months to Change - Report

Baby Formula Stock Rates Not Improving, May Take Months to Change - Report | 28 June 2022 | International flights carrying much-needed baby formula have touched down in the United States, but stock rates have yet to improve as supply chain woes continue hurting citizens, according to a report. Although White House officials committed to bring in enough formula for approximately 40 million 8 ounce bottles, the stock rates for formula kept sinking, per data from Information Resources Incorporated (IRI), CNN reported Tuesday. CNN noted: More than 21% of formula products -- powder, ready-to-drink and liquid -- were out of stock during the week ending June 19... Stock rates for powder formula, specifically, are even worse. More than 27% of powder formula products were out of stock during the week ending June 19, up from 25% the prior week and 23% the week before that, IRI data shows.

Pediatrician Banned from Work for Refusing COVID Shots Sues Hospital Employer

Pediatrician Banned from Work for Refusing COVID Shots Sues Hospital Employer | 28 June 2022 | Pediatrician Paul Halczenko, MD, awaits a decision in an appeal he filed against Ascension Health, his employer for the last ten years. Dr. Halczenko and four other health care workers, were put on leave from their job at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital at Ascension St. Vincent Hospital after refusing to be vaccinated for COVID-19 for religious reasons when it was mandated as a condition of employment for 14,700 employees in Indiana. Dr. Halczenko is one of only three pediatric intensive care unit doctors in Indiana. He and four other health care workers sued Ascension and St. Vincent Hospital for violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act... The four other health care workers who filed suit along with the doctor were allowed to return to work when Ascension repealed the vaccine mandate in December 2021. However, Dr. Halczenko, who works in critical care for pediatric patients, was told that he was not allowed to return to work.

Twitter dismisses Clarence Thomas threat but censors peer-reviewed study on COVID vax and fertility

CLG in the news: Twitter dismisses Clarence Thomas threat but censors peer-reviewed study on COVID vax and fertility --Yahoo allegedly throttling ex-NYU professor's conservative email newsletter By Greg Piper | 28 June 2022 | Sharing a peer-reviewed study on temporary [male fertility] reduction from Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine violates Twitter policies. The social media company isn't as sure about pledging to assassinate the Supreme Court's lone black conservative, however... The Center Square collected several threats against Thomas and related tweets that arguably violate Twitter rules, including calls by verified users to burn down the Supreme Court building, while noting "several" had been taken down and "some have not." ...Retired New York University professor Michael Rectenwald said Facebook suspended him for "clearly criticizing" a screenshot of a threat against Justice Thomas that he posted. Rectenwald's Citizens for Legitimate Government notified email newsletter subscribers Wednesday that they must now visit its website for links to its news sources. CLG's web host determined that "certain Yahoo sub-domains" were "permanently" delaying delivery due to some of those linked sources in its news summaries. Editor-in-chief Lori Price shared her messages with tech support with Just the News.

Latest survey shows the COVID vaccines are a disaster: approx. 750,000 dead in U.S.

Latest survey shows the COVID vaccines are a disaster: approx. 750,000 dead in U.S. --In US, ~5M people who got the vaccine are now unable to work and ~750,000 are dead. The rate of heart issues is 6.6%, far more than they claimed. By Steve Kirsch | 25 June 2022 | Our latest poll is devastating for the official narrative:

  1. a 6.6% rate of heart injury (>10M Americans)
  2. 2.7% are unable to work after being vaccinated (>5M Americans) 
  3. 6.3% had to be hospitalized (>10M Americans)
  4. you were more likely to die from COVID if you’ve taken the vaccine.
  5. Almost as many (77.4%) households lost someone from the vaccines as from COVID. If you believe that 1M people in the US have died from COVID, then this survey indicates that ~750,000 people died from the vaccine (10.18/13.15*1M) with a 95% confidence of at least 600,000 deaths.

The error bar computation on each question is here.

We will be re-running this with a 5,000 sample size soon which will have smaller error bars. But the key point is that even if we choose the most conservative data points, the survey results are inconsistent with the "safe and effective" narrative. For example, the CDC hasn't found anyone who has died from the mRNA vaccines and our survey shows at least 600,000 people have died.

Army Guard troops risk dismissal as vaccine deadline looms

Army Guard troops risk dismissal as vaccine deadline looms | 27 June 2022 | Up to 40,000 Army National Guard soldiers across the country -- or about 13% of the force -- have not yet gotten the mandated COVID-19 vaccine, and as the deadline for shots looms, at least 14,000 of them have flatly refused and could be forced out of the service. Guard soldiers have until Thursday to get the vaccine. According to data obtained by The Associated Press, between 20% to 30% of the Guard soldiers in six states are not vaccinated, and more than 10% in 43 other states still haven't received shots. At least seven governors formally asked Austin to reconsider or not enforce the vaccine mandate for National Guard members, and some filed or signed on to lawsuits. In letters to the governors, Austin declined.

NATO Announces Increase in 'High-Readiness Troops' From 40,000 to 300,000

NATO Announces Increase in 'High-Readiness Troops' From 40,000 to 300,000 --The U.S. Air Force has also deployed F-35 Stealth Fighter jets to the region. | 27 June 2022 | The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has announced that they are increasing the number of troops on "High Readiness" from 40,000 to 300,000 given the situation in Ukraine. NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg made the announcement Monday morning in Brussels, adding "Extensive dialogue between NATO and Russia is no longer possible." Units deployed across eight eastern and southeastern NATO countries to deter Russia hostilities will rise in size from 1,000-strong battlegroups to brigades, which comprise around 3,000-5,000 troops with more war-fighting equipment in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. "We will transform the NATO Response Force and increase the number of our high readiness forces to well over 300,000," the NATO chief said.

Texas-Mexico border chaos: At least 46 migrants found dead in San Antonio inside 18-wheeler, reports say

Texas-Mexico border chaos: At least 46 migrants found dead in San Antonio inside 18-wheeler, reports say --Arrests and deportations of migrants have plummeted under the Biden administration as it faces pressure from states like Texas over immigration policy | 27 June 2022 | At least 46 undocumented migrants were found dead in a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas and more than a dozen were hospitalized, authorities said. Crews were at the 9600 block of Quintana Road where an 18-wheeler containing up to 100 migrants inside was found abandoned, Fox San Antonio reported. The discovery is part of what is believed to be a human smuggling operation. "This is nothing short of a horrific human tragedy," San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Monday night near where the location where the tractor-trailer was found.

Judge blocks Louisiana abortion 'trigger law' from taking effect

Judge blocks Louisiana abortion 'trigger law' from taking effect --The temporary block on the abortion law comes after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade | 27 June 2022 | A judge in Louisiana temporarily blocked three state laws that would ban virtually all abortions on Monday. The abortion bans were set to take effect if the Supreme Court ever overturned Roe v. Wade, which it did on Friday. Several states across the country have enacted similar laws, known as "trigger laws." Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Robin Giarrusso issued the temporary block shortly after abortion providers in the state filed a lawsuit, according to the order.

New York Supreme Court Strikes Down NYC Voting Rights for Foreign Nationals

New York Supreme Court Strikes Down NYC Voting Rights for Foreign Nationals | 27 June 2022 | The New York Supreme Court has struck down a New York City law, passed by Democrats late last year, that sought to give municipal voting rights to nearly a million foreign nationals. As Breitbart News has chronicled, Democrats on the 51-member New York City Council approved a plan last month that allows more than 800,000 foreign nationals with green cards, visas, and work permits the opportunity to vote in citywide elections so long as they have resided in the city for at least 30 consecutive days. Subsequently, black Americans in New York City, along with naturalized American citizens, the New York State Republican Party, the Republican National Committee (RNC), and Democratic officials...sued Mayor Eric Adams (D) and the city's Board of Elections. The lawsuit noted that the New York State Constitution expressly states that voting rights are a privilege reserved for American "citizens."

'Death to SCOTUS': Rioters smash windows, graffiti threats on private property during violent protests

'Death to SCOTUS': Rioters smash windows, graffiti threats on private property during violent protests | 26 June 2022 | A large group of rioters was seen in downtown Portland, Oregon, smashing windows and vandalizing several buildings Saturday night. The group also graffitied messages targeting the U.S. Supreme Court. The group, made of about 100 people, were yelling and chanting as they marched down the streets and would periodically stop to destroy and graffiti objects. "Death to SCOTUS," one black spray-painted message said. Members of the group smashed several windows of a Starbucks Coffee building and others were seen destroying a Tesla car.

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