'I have a right to my self-determination!' MAGA rioter starts 'screaming' after judge sends her to jail
Alleged MAGA rioter Pauline Bauer reportedly had a full-on public meltdown on Friday when a judge ordered that she be sent back to prison ahead of her trial.
NBC 4 Washington's Scott MacFarlane reports that Bauer, who has echoed the rhetoric of so-called "sovereign citizens" in previous court filings, had her pre-trial release revoked after federal prosecutors documented how she has refused to follow court orders during her release.
During the hearing, writes MacFarlane, Bauer regularly challenged the court's authority to hold her in any kind of custody, even though she denied being part of the sovereign citizen movement.
"I have a right to my self-determination!" she told the judge at one point.
Bauer also told the judge that she is not subject to the court's supervision and twice said that the court was trying to put her "in the water" even though she's chosen to be "on the land."
According to MacFarlane, the judge overhearing her case was not impressed with her arguments and ordered her sent to prison ahead of her trial.
"The problem is she's not going to do what I direct her to do," the judge explained. "Ms. Bauer is now going to be incarcerated."
MacFarlane writes that Bauer started "screaming" as soon as the judge asked U.S. Marshalls to take her into custody.
An Oregon doctor who continuously defied COVID-19 guidelines and spread false information about face masks has had his license revoked, Newsweek reports.
Steven Arthur LaTulippe was issued an order from the Oregon Medical Board earlier this month for "dishonorable or unprofessional conduct; repeated negligence in the practice of medicine; and gross negligence in the practice of medicine." He was also fined $10,000.
This is LaTulippe's second suspension.
The first one, which occurred this past December, came after the board found that his family practice, Southview Medical Arts in Dallas, operated in such a way that it constituted an "immediate danger" to the public and presented a "serious danger" to public health and safety. He also told his patients that masks are a source of carbon dioxide.
"[LaTulippe] had trained his receptionist 'to look at [the patient] and just take a look at them and see if they look sick,' and, if the patient was 'smiling and happy,' the receptionist was instructed to ask how the patient was feeling," medical board documents said, adding that he had patients exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms to remove their masks.
At least 95 percent of his patients did not wear masks at his clinic between March and December 2020, he told board officials. The Board also found that in at least eight cases, LaTulippe prescribed opioids to patients who may not have have needed them in the first place.
General Kenneth Franklin McKenzie Jr., the current commander of the United States Central Command, now admits that a drone strike launched on August 29th in Kabul did not kill any ISIS-K fighters.
According to Fox News' Lucas Tomlinson, McKenzie acknowledged that the only people who died in the strike were "10 civilians killed, including 7 children," despite the fact that the U.S. military had justified the strike as needed to foil an ISIS-K terror plot.
McKenzie said that the U.S. had good intelligence about an ISIS-K operative using a vehicle near the Kabul airport to carry out a terrorist attack, but that the drone strike targeted the incorrect vehicle.
No disciplinary action will be taken against those who carried out the strike, McKenzie said.
Additionally, McKenzie praised the officials who carried out the strike for what he said was a carefully planned decision that simply happened to go wrong.
Nonetheless, McKenzie expressed regret for the strike's end result and offered condolences to family members of the people who died as a result.
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