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New York couple reveals injuries from Border Patrol agent’s attack: ‘He was just out of control’

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A New York state couple has come forward to give their account of what they described as an unprovoked attack by a US Border Patrol agent earlier this month.

“He was really out of control,” 65-year-old Carol LaDue told WWNY-TV. “The next thing you know, I put my hands up, he popped me in the head and knocked me unconscious.”

LaDue and her husband, 66-year-old Richard LaDue, were hospitalized after their Dec. 4 encounter with 34-year-old Bryan C. McDonald. They also obtained orders of protection against the officer, who has been charged with second-degree assault. He was off-duty at the time of the incident.

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The couple said that the incident began when Carol LaDue was flagged down while driving home, at which point she saw the body of McDonald’s wife, 33-year-old Ashley McDonald, lying on the road. North County Now reported that, according to LaDue’s statement to police, the officer yelled at her before hitting her in the face. LaDue reportedly suffered a concussion and a broken hand, among other injuries.

Richard LaDue arrived at the scene in a separate car, only to also be attacked by Bryan McDonald, suffering a broken nose.

“I think he would have beat [Carol] to death, I really do,” Richard LaDue said. “There was no stopping the man. He was just out of control and very, very aggressive.”

According to the Watertown Daily Times, Ashley McDonald’s cause of death was listed as multiple severe traumatic blunt force and compressive injuries after being hit by a vehicle driven by 32-year-old Megan M. Phelix. No charges have been filed against Phelix as of Tuesday evening.

McDonald has been placed on administrative leave. He is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 12..

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Watch WWNY’s report, as aired on Monday, below.

[h/t The Free Thought Project]

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MSNBC’s Chris Matthews suggests four more years of Trump might be better for Democratic Party

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As Sen. Bernie Sanders appeared headed for a decisive victory Saturday in the Nevada caucuses, MSNBC host Chris Matthews pondered whether President Donald Trump's re-election might be better for the Democratic establishment than the Vermont senator's multiracial, multigenerational movement taking over the party.

"I'm wondering if Democratic moderates want Bernie Sanders to be President?" said Matthews. "Maybe that's too exciting a question to raise. Do they want Bernie to take over the Democratic Party in perpetuity? Maybe they'd rather wait 4 years and put in a Democrat that they like."

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‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ co-host says Democrats and the media are ‘the agents of Russia’ — not Trump

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"Fox & Friends Weekend" co-host Pete Hegseth falsely claimed Friday that the media and Democrats are agents of Russia, because they are allegedly attempting to delegitimize President Donald Trump.

"Every single media member in that clip, every single Democrat that parrots what they are saying — they're working together. They are the agents of Russia," Hegseth told "Fox & Friends."

His comments came after the president's favorite morning show aired a montage of media outlets and Democrats discussing a recent report that Russia was trying to help Trump get re-elected.

"This is what Russia wants," Hegseth said. "They want to sow discord, and misinformation and delegitimize our republic — destabilize it — because they are not our friends. And they know that when we're strong, they are in a worse position."

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Here is why Gov Roy Cooper is offering ‘honorary’ citizenship for a Canadian Zamboni driver

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North Carolina's Democratic governor offered honorary citizenship for a Canadian on Saturday evening in a heartwarming display of sportsmanship.

Gov. Roy Cooper made the offer after a unique situation arose.

The Toronto Maple Leafs were scheduled to play Carolina Hurricanes in hockey, but both of the Marlies' goalies were out with injuries.

So 42-year-old Zamboni drive David Ayres suited up, becoming the second-oldest player to ever make their NHL debut.

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