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Psycho Feminist Gets DESTROYED on a British TV Show While Proving Exactly why Modern Feminism is a Joke!
Watch this batshit crazy feminist on this UK TV show get absolutely ripped a new one as she goes off on the usual feminist whoa is me tirade that you hear from feminazi's all around the world.
Phoenix, AZ, 15 March, 2017 - A 25-year-old man suspected in a deadly Ahwatukee shooting Wednesday morning is dead after stealing a woman's car in Glendale and leading officials on a high-speed chase. Phoenix police have identified 25-year-old Todd Munson as the murder suspect who led police on a chase that ended in his shooting death moments after an undercover officer rammed into the stolen Corvette he was driving. Munson had been sought in connection with the murder of 40-year-old Nathan Cahal, who was shot dead in his Ahwatukee Foothills apartment at about 4:30 a.m. Wednesday. Munson had a lengthy criminal record as an adult and several arrests as a juvenile, according to court records. Police on Thursday morning gave a detailed narrative of what happened in the approximately 90 minutes between when they first located him and the chase that ended in an officer-involved shooting in north Phoenix. Phoenix police say Munson carjacked two people and stole a cellphone from a third at gunpoint while trying to evade authorities. He also unsuccessfully attempted to steal a third vehicle and two other cellphones in the getaway. After Cahal’s murder, detectives identified Munson as the suspect and learned that he was headed to a residence in the 6400 block of West Kings Avenue in Glendale, near 67th Avenue and Bell Road. There, they found Munson walking on the sidewalk and attempted to talk to him, but he immediately ran and jumped over a wall into an apartment complex. A gunshot rang out from behind the wall. Authorities believe Munson may have accidentally shot himself in the leg. Glendale police received a call moments later about a man matching Munson’s appearance who unsuccessfully attempted to steal a 41-year-old woman’s vehicle at gunpoint in the 6400 block of West Bell Road. The man then stole an adjacent white pickup truck from a 53-year-old man. The truck was abandoned about 8 miles away at a business near Union Hills Drive and Seventh Avenue, where police say Munson carjacked a person driving a yellow Corvette. Phoenix police said Munson left the area and stopped at a convenience store parking lot near Tatum Boulevard and Union Hills Drive, where he tried to steal cellphones from two men who ducked behind fuel pumps, preventing him from taking their phones. A Phoenix police helicopter located the stolen Corvette outside a residence in the 4600 block of West Country Gables Drive, where police say Munson stole a 38-year-old woman’s cellphone at gunpoint. Police said Munson was then reported at the North Valley and Norterra parkways, where he attempted to steal another man’s cellphone while waiting at a stoplight. Munson fled north before the man could react. Officers in the Police Department’s Special Assignment Unit arrived in the area and used one of their unmarked vehicles to stop the Corvette in a crash at North Valley Parkway and Dove Valley Road. Local television footage showed several officers emerging from unmarked vehicles with their guns drawn after the Corvette crashed. Two of the officers fired at Munson, said Sgt. Alan Pfohl, a Phoenix police spokesman. Pfohl said there were no reports that Munson had fired shots at police during the chase, and police were not in communication with the suspect. The two officers who fired their weapons are members of the department's Special Assignment Unit. One is a 50-year-old with 29 years of service with Phoenix police. The other is a 49-year-old officer with more than eight years with the department, Pfohl said.
heading to Venezuela to find out how well socialism is working out for people there. The answer is, not so well. One woman told him, “Most of the time we are starving. … We cannot find food, we cannot find milk. … We cannot find basic things like sugar.” What would Venezuelans tell misguided Americans? “They would have to live what we are living so they can see for themselves that nothing is good,” said one woman, “so they see this is a nightmare for us, a terror.”
FINALLY!!! Former CNN Employee Turned DNC Leader, Donna Brazille, admits she gave Hillary Clinton Debate Questions
Veteran Democratic operative Donna Brazile finally admitted that she used her former position as a CNN commentator to relay questions ahead of debates to Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primary. For months, Brazile has avoided confirming that hacked emails from the campaign showed her forwarding the questions, which were asked at separate debates. But in a new essay for Time magazine looking back on the hackings, she said it was true. "[I]n October, a subsequent release of emails revealed that among the many things I did in my role as a Democratic operative and [Democratic National Committee] Vice Chair prior to assuming the interim D.N.C. Chair position was to share potential town hall topics with the Clinton campaign," she said. As recently as February, Brazile would only say that the emails "allegedly" showed her forwarding the questions. In her Time essay, however, she said she was remorseful. "My job was to make all our Democratic candidates look good, and I worked closely with both campaigns to make that happen," she said. "But sending those emails was a mistake I will forever regret." Brazile has since resigned from CNN.
This news reporter is trying to report on the dangers of sledding on a closed street into traffic, but one lady won't have it. She knows what fun is, and she's going to stand up for it.
This news anchor just learned the hard way why you don't make fun of the guy who feeds the teleprompter.
Either this reporter is terrified riding the slide or she is just practicing her Angry Bird impersonation.
Confirmed: She does not have looks that stop traffic. In fact, they seem to increase it.
It didn't take a fly in the mouth to get this reporter to drop her professional facade. All it took was being on the scene five seconds longer than she wanted to be.