HOLLDAND TWP. — Wanted on an aggravated assault charge, Holland Township Police are looking for Nazi dad Isidore Heath Campbell, 42, according to a report by FOX 5 NY. Campbell is the father of at least nine children, none of whom he has custody of, including Adolf Hitler Campbell. He drew national media attention in December…
Trump campaign’s Pennsylvania appeal humiliatingly shot down by one of his own appointees
President Donald Trump's campaign suffered yet another humiliating loss in its efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election -- and this time it came at the hands of one of the president's own appointees.
In a ruling released on Friday, United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Judge Stephanos Bibas shot down the campaign's appeal of its Pennsylvania lawsuit seeking to nullify the state's entire election results.
In his ruling, Bibas chastised the Trump campaign not only for failing to present evidence, but for failing to even make specific allegations of voter fraud.
WATCH: Neo-Nazi begs man to stop filming after he gets caught putting up swastika stickers
A man from the San Francisco area confronted an individual for placing swastika stickers around town and captured the confrontation in a video that has since gone viral, SFGate reports.
Noah Mohan was walking his dog when he noticed the man placing the stickers featuring the swastika with the phrase, "We are everywhere." That's when he took out his cellphone and began recording, asking the man to show his face. When the man refused, Mohan told him that he shouldn't have a problem showing his face if he truly stood by his ideology.
‘Terrified’ retail workers face brutal Black Friday choice: Risk catching COVID-19 from ‘entitled Karens’ or get fired
Black Friday is a yearly nightmare for retail workers, but the consumer free-for-all becomes especially scary during a pandemic.
Workers dread the long hours facing sometimes combative day-after-Thanksgiving shoppers in a normal year, but coronavirus pandemic forces them to choose between their lives and livelihoods, reported The Daily Beast.
“When it comes to the holidays in general, customers suck,” said one grocery worker from Iowa. "Large crowds of last-minute shoppers, entitled Karens, and nonstop stress. I pray to God that this year a majority of customers will use our online shopping service and stay home.”