'I'm sure these officers are scared': Infowars 'editor' arrested for role in the Capitol riot

Samuel Christopher Montoya of Texas was arrested today by the FBI on charges of unlawful entry and disorderly and disruptive conduct in connection with the January 6 Capitol riot.

The FBI complaint identifies Montoya as a narrator and video editor at and quotes a witness as saying he worked there. Here's what the complaint states was found at

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Over 25 years, world's wealthiest 5 percent behind over one-third of global emissions growth: study

As world leaders prepare for this November's United Nations Climate Conference in Scotland, a new report from the Cambridge Sustainability Commission reveals that the world's wealthiest 5% were responsible for well over a third of all global emissions growth between 1990 and 2015.

"Rich people who fly a lot may think they can offset their emissions by tree-planting schemes or projects to capture carbon from the air. But these schemes are highly contentious and they're not proven over time."
—Peter Newell,
Sussex University

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Black teen issues a surprising statement after racist hazing video goes viral

After racist video filmed by Moline High School football players in Illinois went viral, the Black teen who was the subject of the video released a statement that showed a remarkable tone of forgiveness, the Quad City Times reports.

In the video, which surfaced on Friday, team members can be heard cheering when the teen is told to sit in a locker that has bananas hanging in it.

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'I'm sick of you all': Angry residents shout down 'corrupt' cops at Minnesota press conference

Brooklyn Center Mayor Mike Elliott and city law enforcement officials faced angry questions from residents at a press conference on Tuesday after Daunte Wright was shot and killed by a police officer.

Elliott began the press conference by explaining that 48-year-old Kim Potter, the officer who shot Wright, had resigned. He said that Police Chief Tim Gannon also resigned.

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Christian author renounces his faith in emotional video: 'I love myself for the first time'

A prominent Christian blogger has renounced his faith -- and says he's never felt happier.

Desiring God contributor Paul Maxwell, an author and former philosophy professor at Moody Bible Institute, tearfully told his Instagram followers that he's "not a Christian anymore" and looking forward to reconnecting with the people around him, reported FaithIt.

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HLN correspondent: George Floyd was a 'ticking time bomb' and it was 'just a matter of time'

HLN legal correspondent Jean Casarez on Tuesday argued that the defense for former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin is trying to show that George Floyd was a "ticking time bomb" before he was killed.

"I've been trying to figure out the defense," Casarez explained during a break in the defense's case. "My frame of mind is that this is the defense case so I want to look at it as what is the defense trying to extract from this?"

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‘Shot my child in his head’: Mother of 11-year-old boy fatally shot by 9 year old at Dallas Walmart speaks out

Tragic details are emerging from Sunday's fatal shooting of an 11-year old boy by a 9-year old boy while the children and another 11-year old friend were left in a car at a Dallas Walmart. The mother of the other 11-year old, who is not the victim, reportedly left the three children in the car to go into the store.

The 9-year old, according to reports, found a gun and shot one of the 11-year olds. KDFW reports the victim was Dazmon Ray Brown Jr. (photo).

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Trump-loving Oklahoma man indicted for Parler threats to waterboard lawmakers -- then kill them and their families

According to a report from local news outlet KFOR, a Monroe, Oklahoma, man whose Facebook account is littered with conspiracy theories about the 2020 election and attacks on COVID-19 restrictions, has been indicted for making online death threats against lawmakers -- both Republican and Democrat -- along with their families.

In one notable post on the social media website Parler, Michael Brandon "Brad" Houck wrote during the Jan. 6th attack on the Capitol, "They've only got two choices we can shoot them or the government can hang them. Oh wait there's a third choice, you can send them to my house and I will Waterboard them for the next five years, then kill them," adding, "All of these criminals must be taken out by the people and we should start with their families. Start with what is most important to them…"

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Mike Lindell's 'free speech' social media site bans swearing, porn and taking God's name in vain

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced this week that so-called "free speech" on his new social media site will not include swearing, porn or taking God's name in vain.

In a video posted on what appeared to be a placeholder page for the new site, Lindell explained some of the membership rules for

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Trump-loving Huntington Beach official blames ‘White Lives Matter’ rally on Democrats after being accused of 'empowering' the KKK

Former MMA fighter and current mayor pro tem of Huntington Beach in California, Tito Ortiz, uploaded an Instagram video prior to an expected "White Lives Matter" rally that took place this past Sunday. In the video, he suggested that the rally was organized by Democrats.

"I'm Tito Ortiz of Huntington Beach, California. I've lived here 46 years and the last couple of days I've been hearing some news about the KKK coming to Huntington Beach," Ortiz said in the video.

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'This wasn't a mistake -- it was murder': Retired cop slams Brooklyn Center police for Daunte Wright shooting

A retired cop on Tuesday slammed the Brooklyn Center Police Department for claiming that one of its officers killed Daunte Wright by accident.

While appearing on CNN, retired Los Angeles Police Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey reacted with incredulity to the notion that a veteran police officer mistook her hand gun for a taser before fatally shooting Wright.

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Body camera footage released in police shooting death of Daunte Wright

On Sunday, Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in the small Minneapolis town of Brooklyn Center, over air fresheners hanging from his rearview mirror, according to what Wright told his mother, Katie Wright, on the phone before perishing at the scene of the shooting.

"All he did was have air fresheners in the car, and they told him to get out of the car," Wright told The Star Tribune on Sunday. "During the call, she said she heard scuffling and then someone saying 'Daunte, don't run' before the phone call ended. When she called back, her son's girlfriend answered and said Daunte had been shot," The Tribune further reported.

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Exclusive: Huntington Beach neo-Nazi who punched Asian man has a history of racist violence

Two men who were involved in a 2005 hate crime were among the dozen people arrested at a "White Lives Matter" rally held at the Huntington Beach Pier in southern California on Sunday.

A much larger group of counter-protesters gathered in Huntington Beach in response to the rally, which was organized on the social media app Telegram. Far-right activists showed up alone or in small groups over the course of the afternoon, and were almost immediately surrounded by counter-protesters.

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