TOMS RIVER -- A former Brick Township councilman who is running for office again was arrested on child sexual assault allegations, authorities said Tuesday. Daniel Toth, 38, was charged with criminal sexual contact and child endangerment after the alleged victim, a 15-year-old boy, reported the allegations to Jackson police on Monday, said Al Della Fave, spokesman…
Newsmax host Grant Stinchfield on Thursday questioned why Jewish Americans continued to support Democratic politicians when Democrats supposedly don't fully back their "home country" of Israel.
While talking about the latest violence that's erupting in the Middle East, Stinchfield claimed that America under President Joe Biden had grown "weak" and said that none of the bloodshed in the Holy Land would have ever happened if former President Donald Trump were still in charge.
He then questioned why American Jews continued to support Democrats.
"If you are Jewish and you are a Democrat and you are living in America today, how do you support an administration that turns its back on your home country?" he asked. "I do not understand!"
Stinchfield's rant about Jews voting for Democrats echoes a similar rant by Trump, who infamously declared in 2019 that Jews who didn't support him were displaying "great disloyalty" toward Israel
An estimated 76 percent of American Jewish voters backed Biden in the 2020 presidential election, whereas just 22 percent backed Trump.
Watch the video below.
Newsmax host: "If you are Jewish and you are a Democrat and you are living in America today, how do you support an… https://t.co/cEJqQVxS7y— Jason Campbell (@Jason Campbell) 1620913194.0
Mugger gets cornered by Good Samaritans after violently attacking 77-year-old Asian woman in San Francisco
Two witnesses chased down and cornered a suspect who assaulted an elderly Asian woman near San Francisco's Japantown this Tuesday, KPIX reports.
"An elderly Asian woman came up to me and made it clear that she had just been robbed by him, and a few other bystanders came by and let me know that the incident happened and she got thrown to the ground and robbed," said 23-year-old security guard Evan, who declined to give his full name. "I just followed him about three blocks down."
Another man who also heard screaming stepped up to help.
"I went and looked out the balcony and I saw a man beating on an elderly Asian woman and fortunately, as I was watching a construction worker ran over and knocked the man off of her, and the assailant grabbed her bag," said Michael, who did not want his last name to be published.
According to police, the victim is 77-years-old. The suspect has been identified by police as 28-year-old Luis Jorrin. He has been arrested for robbery, elder abuse, parole violation and committing a crime while out on bail, according to SFPD.
According to KPIX, court records show Jorrin has been arrested at least ten times in the last 5 years for robbery, attempted robbery, and assault with a deadly weapon. He has also violated parole in 2019 and 2020.
Watch KPIX's report on the story below:
On Wednesday, Fox News published an article purporting to link a shortage of Chick-fil-A's signature sauce on "Joe Biden's America." The evidence? A number of tongue-in-cheek remarks by politicians on Twitter.
"Following multiple reports of the popular fast food restaurant limiting how many Chick-fil-A sauce packets each customer is allowed, social media users took to Twitter to express their outrage – not at the restaurant – but at President Joe Biden," noted the article, quoting facetious remarks by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CA).
The Fox News article does not explain how any of Biden's actions as president have impacted Chick-Fil-A's supply chain.
Chick-fil-A sauce shortage blamed on 'Joe Biden's America' https://t.co/vF0ixZjmwu— Fox News (@Fox News) 1620857349.0
As Fox soon discovered though, social media is a two-way street — and their article linking Biden to sauce shortages at a Christian fast food restaurant was met with widespread mockery.
@FoxNews This page is getting more pathetic by the day lmao. Imagine blaming a sauce shortage on Biden with a strai… https://t.co/DnZQYWwQZ5— hurb Dontana (@hurb Dontana) 1620869404.0
I will *always* take "Joe Biden's America" — where apparently a Chick-fil-A sauce shortage is considered a national… https://t.co/6aYamlRVfF— Dean Wallace 🗳🗽 (@Dean Wallace 🗳🗽) 1620875967.0
This is the dumbest headline ever. I literally cannot believe that this is not an Onion article. An editor approved… https://t.co/6DG2XiJInN— Breonna Taylor was murdered by Louisville Police (@Breonna Taylor was murdered by Louisville Police) 1620878057.0
@FoxNews If things are going so well that the worst thing we have to complain about is a sauce shortage then we’re doing great.— John (@John) 1620857440.0
This has to be parody, right? https://t.co/R8uQwAjtGG— justjess (@justjess) 1620877415.0
@FoxNews I would rather be blamed for a sauce shortage then the death of 600,000 Americans. But I guess to Fox News… https://t.co/Pccji4PfB2— Ray (@Ray) 1620861705.0
What even is news anymore https://t.co/62mjnC6sf6— Jackson Porter (@Jackson Porter) 1620861688.0
@FoxNews Someone hacked Fox’s Twitter account and is just randomly putting words together as news articles, aren’t they?— Guy_at_the_Bar (@Guy_at_the_Bar) 1620857477.0
They gonna blame the McDonald’s ice cream machine being broken on him too, just watch. https://t.co/icCtdWPZhV— Steph of House Moderna (@Steph of House Moderna) 1620859432.0
@FoxNews Fox with the scoop. I see a Pulitzer coming.— David Burnette (@David Burnette) 1620863795.0
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