'You're a coward!' Accused Buffalo shooter faces heckling in court

Payton Gendron, 18, was heckled on Thursday after he was indicted for a racist mass shooting that occurred at a Buffalo supermarket.

The suspect appeared in New York court briefly after a grand jury indicted him for murder.

“Payton, you’re a coward!” someone could be heard shouting as Gendron was led out of the courtroom.

Ten people died and three others were injured during the Buffalo shooting that authorities are investigating as a hate crime.

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Jenna Ellis says women's rights are limited by God: 'That's what it means to be a Judeo-Christian nation'

Former Trump attorney Jenna Ellis argued on Thursday that the United States is a "Judeo-Christian nation" and should abide by the "limits" God puts on women by banning federal abortion rights.

During an interview with Newsmax, Ellis downplayed the impact on women if the Supreme Court follows through with a leaked decision that would overturn the federal right to abortion.

"This keeps coming up and is going to be debated in the states when the Supreme Court returns the issue back to the states because that's where it belongs," Ellis opined. "This is no different than contemplating end-of-life issues or prohibiting, for example, physician-assisted suicide."

"We understand as a country that life is sacred, life comes from God and that's what it means to be a Judeo-Christian nation, that we understand that God gives life," she added, "and that there are limits on the power of government if legislate concerning these issues."

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Marjorie Taylor Greene says 'real racists' are 'trying to blame Republicans for white replacement theory'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Wednesday said that "real racists" in media are "trying to blame Republicans for white replacement theory" after Black people were targeted by a shooter in Buffalo.

During an appearance on Real America's Voice, Greene claimed that D.C. Jail Deputy Warden Kathleen Landerkin "hates white people" like the Jan. 6 defendants.

"She specifically mentioned white men," the lawmaker told host David Brody. "So while the national media is losing their mind over white supremacy, trying to blame Republicans for white replacement theory, trying to link us to this mentally-ill deranged teenager that killed people in Buffalo, you know they ignore things like shootings here in Washington, D.C. under Mayor Muriel Bowser's purview."

"They completely ignore people like Kathleen Landerkin that is so racist herself and that she hates the people that she has in her jail," Greene continued. "You know the mainstream media should take a look at race a little more clearly and see that they're, the leftists in the media are the real racists."

Replacement theory -- sometimes called "white replacement theory" -- argues that immigrants are replacing white American citizens. It has been repeatedly cited as a concern by Republican officials and conservative media figures.

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Doctor clashes with GOPer over definition of woman: 'I think it's important we educate people like you'

Dr. Yashica Robinson, an Alabama abortion provider, clashed with Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC) after he asked her for the definition of a woman.

A House Judiciary Committee hearing convened on Wednesday to address a leaked Supreme Court decision that could overturn federal abortion rights.

But Bishop used his time to ask Robinson for the definition of a woman. Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) recently popularized the trick question at a Supreme Court nomination hearing.

The congressman noted that Robinson had revealed that she preferred "she/her" pronouns at the start of her testimony.

"What is a woman?" Bishop asked.

"I think it's important for you to understand why I used she/her pronouns," Robinson said.

"I would just like it if you could answer the question," Bishop interrupted. "What's a woman?"

"I think it's important that we educate people like you," Robinson shot back, "about why we're doing the things that we do. And so the reason I use she and her pronouns is because I understand that there are people who become pregnant that may not identify that way and I think it is discriminatory to speak to people or to call them in such a way as they desire not to be called."

"Are you going to answer my question?" Bishop pressed. "Can you answer the question? What's a woman?"

"I'm a woman," Robinson stated.

"So, you've given me an example of a woman," Bishop asserted. "You are a woman. Can you tell me -- otherwise, can you tell me what a woman is?"

"Yes, I'm telling you I'm a woman," Robinson repeated.

"Is that as comprehensive of a definition as you can give me?" Bishop asked.

"That's as comprehensive of a definition as I will give you today because I think that it's important that we focus on what we're here for and it's to talk about access to abortion," Robinson observed.

Watch the video below from the House Judiciary Committee.

Louie Gohmert asks abortion hearing witness if mothers 'should have the right to drown a child'

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) on Wednesday linked abortion rights to the possible legalization of child drownings.

Gohmert made the remarks at a House Judiciary Committee hearing about the expected impact of a leaked Supreme Court decision that would overturn federal abortion rights for women.

The congressman began his questioning by using the "it's my body, it's my choice" slogan to call for an end to Covid-19 vaccine mandates.

"The same people that seem to think when it comes to a vaccination, it's not your body and it's not your choice," he said.

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Gohmert then turned to one of the witnesses, anti-abortion activist Catherine Foster, to ask if she believed in personal autonomy.

"Do you believe that people have the right to choose what happens to their own bodies?" he wondered.

"I believe in protecting every human being," Foster replied. "Whatever you call that is what I'm for. And that absolutely includes human beings in the womb."

The Texas congressman pressed Foster about legalized child drownings.

"We've heard testimony about the mental duress of carrying a child," Gohmert pointed out. "And of course, I'm sure you're aware of what's called postpartum depression. Some have it very severely and I'm wondering if a mother is suffering severe depression as a result of having a child that she's not mentally a physically able to take care of, do you believe that a mother should have the right, like, to drown a child, to get rid of the child because of the mental stress and duress and problems that the mother is having?"

"That would be horrifying," Foster remarked. "And that's why we have safe haven laws to provide support and resources and an outlet for women in difficult situations."

Watch the video below from the House Judiciary Committee.

Black students in Marjorie Taylor Greene's district sue schools for allowing Confederate flags but not BLM

A group of Black students have filed a lawsuit in Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's (R-GA) district alleging that the local school system discriminated against them while allowing white students to wear Confederate symbols.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that the lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Rome on Tuesday against Floyd County Schools.

The Black students said that they were suspended for organizing a protest over the killing of George Floyd. And the school allegedly forced them to wear their shirts inside out because of Black Lives Matter slogans or George Floyd images.

Meanwhile, white students were allegedly allowed to re-enact Floyd's killing at Coosa High. The white students were also allowed to wear Confederate flag symbols on shirts and belt buckles, the lawsuit said.

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Floyd County Schools did not offer a response to the Journal-Constitution.

The plaintiffs said that more information would be available at a press conference on Tuesday.

Trump attorney caught off-guard after Dr. Oz won't call election stolen: 'He was honest about it'

Christina Bobb, an attorney for former President Donald Trump, struggled to explain this week why her boss would endorse Mehmet Oz for Senate if the candidate would not falsely say the 2020 presidential election was stolen.

In an interview with Bobb, Real America's Voice host Ed Henry explained that host David Brody had asked Oz why he had refused to call the election "rigged" or "stolen."

"I want to be careful," Oz replied.

Henry seemed shocked by the answer.

"As you know, Oz was a very controversial endorsement by your boss, Donald Trump," the anchor told Bobb. "And now you add to it, when asked by David Brody -- again, not in a gotcha way -- do you think the last election was stolen? He basically wouldn't answer."

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Henry also noted that Oz had admitted that he has not seen an election conspiracy theory movie titled 2000 Mules.

"That's a tough response," Bobb replied. "I mean, he put it out there. He was honest about it. I'll give him that. He was honest. So, it's going to be up to the voters what they want to do. Interesting for Oz. He's in a tough spot on that because his closest challenger, Kathy Barnette, is very, very MAGA. She's been very outspoken on this issue."

"So, ah, President Trump has endorsed Oz. He believes that he is the most likely to win," she continued. "But I do think this is a situation where President Trump can't really lose because Dr. Oz is his chosen candidate, which I support the president on that. But if Kathy Barnette ends up taking it, in a way, it's only more MAGA."

She added: "Basically the people of Pennsylvania saying, 'We hear what the president is doing, we support the America first agenda. In fact, we support it so much that we have more faith in that agenda than the president's candidate.'"

Henry wondered why Trump didn't endorse Barnette "if she's more MAGA."

"Well, that I don't know," Bobb admitted. "Oz has good things. Obviously, the election issue is concerning for people that really care about election integrity."

Watch the video below from Real America's Voice.

Matt Gaetz insists his promotion of 'replacement theory' was 'race-neutral' after Buffalo shooting

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Monday defended his promotion of a racist theory that was reportedly included in a manifesto written by suspected Buffalo gunman Payton Gendron.

Gaetz admitted that he promoted the so-called "replacement theory" in a tweet agreeing with Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

The theory suggests that white Americans are being replaced by immigrants. But Gaetz attempted to define the theory as "race-neutral."

"I've never spoken of replacement theory in terms of race. I was speaking in race-neutral political terms about how Democrats in many urban cities have failed their voters of all color and kind," Gaetz told Newsweek. "Thus, I charge that Democrats seek unchecked immigration to replace the people who have relied on them most to their detriment."

'We are ascendant!' Steve Bannon addresses 'replacement theory' after Buffalo shooting

Conservative podcaster Steve Bannon on Monday vowed not to back down in promoting a racist conspiracy theory that was allegedly cited by suspected Buffalo gunman Payton Gendron.

On his daily War Room: Pandemic podcast, Bannon insisted reports about the "replacement theory" were meant to distract the public.

"Of course, all of the morning shows are all over Tucker Carlson and a few others about the replacement theory," Bannon complained. "They seem to miss the point. And here's what we're not going to back off on. For people who have followed this show from day one, we are inclusive nationalists. Right?"

"OK? So, this is not about race," he continued. "This is about American citizenship! This is about the value of your citizens."

Bannon said that he was "not backing off one inch" despite the shooting.

"This is why we're going to take over every elections board in the nation," he remarked. "This is why we're going to take over every medical board in this nation. This is why we're going to take over state legislatures and D.A.s and attorney generals [sic] and secretaries of state and governors. And we're not going to stop. We are ascendant!"

Bannon has previously cited the 1973 French book "The Camp of the Saints," according to the Huffington Post, which described the novel as a "stunningly racist novel" about migrants who overthrow white Western society.

"Bannon has recommended the book as a dystopian warning," The Daily Beast reported last year.

Larry Rosenthal, the chair and lead researcher of the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, told ABC News this week that the French novel helped to popularize “replacement theory."

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'Completely unfair': Marjorie Taylor Greene complains about reputation for being 'unintelligent'

Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) blamed the media this week because she said people believe that she is "angry or crazy or unintelligent."

"They create me as someone to not be liked," Greene told conservative podcast host Lisa Boothe. "They make me out as if I'm angry or crazy or basically just unintelligent, which, you know, is completely unfair. But they say give me all the 'isms.' You know, 'ists.' Like the racist, the homophobic, um, you know, anti-Semitic. They put all those labels on me and none of them are true."

"That's pretty frustrating so I think people get the wrong idea about me," she added.

During the interview, Greene also complained about arming Ukraine while American mothers are not able to find baby formula.

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"Our government, it's not the same government. It's a regime. They're communists. They are waging a war against America," Greene opined. "Anyone that went inside the Capitol on Jan. 6, whether they just walked around or they fought with police officers or they broke their way in, no matter what level they were on, they have become political targets. They have been arrested. They're being prosecuted."

And she slammed Nina Jankowicz, who has been selected to lead a Department of Homeland Security disinformation board.

"The ministry of truth is absolutely absurd and that woman, we have a lot to say about her," Greene remarked. "The very idea that they can make her the decision-maker of what's true and what isn't true and she's just clearly a far-left woman who seems miserable in her own right."

"And I just feel sorry for her child to have that kind of mother," she concluded.

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‘Give Madison a second chance’: Trump comes to defense of ‘foolish’ Cawthorn despite being ‘weirded out’

Former President Donald Trump defended embattled Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) after the congressman was caught in a series of scandals.

In recent months, Cawthorn was scolded by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) after he admitted lying about cocaine use and orgies in Washington, D.C. The congressman has had multiple run-ins with law enforcement for speeding, driving with a revoked license and other infractions.

Rolling Stone reported earlier this month that Trump was "weirded out" by Cawthorn and wondered if the congressman is "f--king his cousin."

But in a message posted to Truth Social, the former president said that he was ready to give Cawthorn a "second chance."

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Trump recalled that Cawthorn had lost the use of his legs in an automobile accident.

"When Madison was first elected to Congress, he did a great job," he opined. "Recently, he made some foolish mistakes, which I don't believe he'll make again...let's give Madison a second chance!"

Cawthorn appeared at a Trump rally in North Carolina earlier this year.

Fox News report highlights Buffalo shooter's 'mental health' to explain white racism

Fox News correspondent Nate Foy suggested that a man allegedly planned out a racist shooting rampage in Buffalo, NY because he had "mental health" problems.

In a report broadcast on Sunday, Foy began by noting that accused shooter Payton Gendron "was referred for counseling and a mental health evaluation last June."

"So, not even a year ago after being accused of threatening his high school classmates," Foy said.

The Fox News correspondent acknowledged that Gendron was openly racist, but he also offered a possible explanation.

"Racial slurs [were] written on the barrel of the shooter's gun," he reported. "Again, it was less than a year ago that questions were initially raised about Gendron's mental health after, again, he allegedly threatened high school classmates."

"We will be looking more into that in the coming days," Foy promised.

"A lot more questions have to be investigated," Fox News anchor Eric Shawn agreed.

Foy did not mention that the shooter was linked to a racist conspiracy theory that has been promoted by Fox News hosts Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham

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C-SPAN host cuts off profane caller who accuses him of being 'racist' because Buffalo shooter was white

A Republican caller on C-SPAN's Washington Journal program accused host Pedro Echevarria of being a "racist."

During the daily call-in show, Echevarria asked guests to react to a shooting in Buffalo that appeared to be a hate crime where most of the victims were Black.

"It's stir-the-pot Sunday," a Republican caller named John complained. "Trying to get everybody to hate each other on a Sunday. Like the first caller. He thinks white people are systematically out hunting Black people. I guess he doesn't watch channel 6 news in Philadephia, where Blacks kill Blacks three, four in the middle of the afternoon."

"What do you think about the event from yesterday which is the basis of our question today?" Echevarria wondered.

"I don't think nothing of it!" John remarked. "Because I think you're just trying to start a race war. You had the guy in Wisconsin that ran over those Christians in that parade. They were all white. But that wasn't a race crime. OK? And then you just had the guy from Philadephia that went to New York City and shot the people in the subway."

"And how does that relate to yesterday's event?" Echevarria pressed.

"How does it relate?" John exclaimed. "He is a racist! He went from Philadelphia to New York just to kill white people on a subway."

"OK. That's not yesterday's event you're talking about," the C-SPAN host pointed out. "How does that relate to yesterday's event?"

"You're a goddamn racist!" the caller shouted.

"OK," Echevarria stated. "You can't use language like that so we're going to cut you off right there."

Watch the video below from C-SPAN.

Pete Buttigieg nails 'hateful' believers of 'replacement theory' after Buffalo shooting

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg called on public figures to condemn the so-called great replacement theory that is linked to a race-based shooting in Buffalo.

According to reports, an 18-year-old white supremacist opened fire on Black customers at a supermarket over the weekend.

During a Sunday interview on Face the Nation, host Margaret Brennan asked Buttigieg if there should be a new law to criminalize domestic terrorism.

Buttigieg said that President Joe Biden would set the policy on new legislation.

The secretary added: "This would be a good day for every politician in this country -- left, right and center -- every media figure in this country -- left, right and center -- to come out and unequivocally condemn white nationalism," he asserted, "so-called 'replacement theory' and any other hateful ideology that could have contributed to something like this."

The "replacement theory" or "great replacement theory" claims that white Americans are being replaced by immigrants and other minorities. The theory has been repeated by Fox News hosts, including Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham.

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Maria Bartiromo complains Joe Biden's 'name-calling' is going to make MAGA a 'dirty word'

Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday complained that President Joe Biden is trying to make former President Donald Trump's MAGA slogan a "dirty word."

During an interview with Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN), Bartiromo noted that Biden has recently referred to extremist Republicans as "ultra MAGA" followers.

"What happens now?" Bartiromo said. "They are in sync in terms of name-calling on the Republicans, trying to make 'MAGA' and 'Ultra MAGA' a dirty word. Is this their new strategy?"

"I think it's got to be the only strategy they have is deflection," Hagerty replied. "The world is a more dangerous place thanks to Joe Biden. And what does he do? Blame Americans."

Watch the video below from Fox News.