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Fire at Tesla Plant Requires Hazmat Response

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/02/Hazmat-team-getting-washed-off-by-fire-truck.jpgA recent fire at Tesla’s production plant in Fremont, California, required a hazmat unit to extinguish, but Elon Musk’s car company claims it will not affect...

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Mexican Cartel Gunmen Execute Former Border State Mayor

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/02/Murdered-Mexican-Mayor.pngMONTERREY, Nuevo León — A group of hitmen ran a former mayor from this border state off a road in order to execute him. Once the vehicle was halted, attackers pulled the politician to the center of traffic and shot him...

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UK Lawmakers: Facebook Acting Like ‘Digital Gangsters’

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2018/11/wi/afp/27/f9f311_facebook-chief-executive-mark-zuckerberg-declined-an-invitation-attend-e1543424645380.jpgA new report by UK lawmakers has called Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg out directly, accusing Zuckerberg of “contempt” for failing to appear a British parliamentary committee, and comparing the behavior of the Silicon Valley giant and its CEO to “digital...

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Dem Rep. Quigley: Talks of 25th Amendment ‘Shocking,’ but ‘Merited’

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/02/quigley.jpgRepresentative Mike Quigley (D-IL) reacted Monday to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe describing in an interview that talks about invoking the 25th Amendment had taken place to remove President Donald Trump from office. Quigley said the discussion of invoking the 25th Amendment is “shocking,” but also “merited.” “Let’s look at the situation, and it’s pretty dramatic,” Quigley outlined on CNN’s “New Day.” “The Russian investigation began as a counterintelligence investigation because the intelligence community with a great deal of certainty unanimously came to the conclusions the Russians attacked the democratic process to help one candidate and hurt the other. The investigation that Mr. McCabe is referencing was raising questions about whether the president of the United States was compromised. This is extraordinary.” He continued, “So, a theoretical discussion about what would happen, I would assume, if it came to the conclusion that the president was compromised, is not a surprise. The fact that it’s being discussed, sure, it is shocking. But what we’re learning about what the president’s associates and what the president has done since he took office is extraordinary. And I believe that discussion was merited.” Follow Trent Baker on...

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Camerota: ‘I Was Frankly Surprised How Many People Jumped on Board to Side with Jussie Smollett’

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/02/camerota.jpgAs signs are showing “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett’s alleged attack appears to have been fabricated, CNN “New Day” host Alisyn Camerota said she was “frankly surprised” so many people believed the story from the jump. Camerota added that even her bosses at CNN advised “to pump the brakes a little bit” on commenting on the story because of its oddities. “I remember in the hours right after this happened that CNN … our bosses were advising to pump the brakes a little bit because there were things already that didn’t add up,” Camerota told fellow CNN anchor Brian Stelter. “I was frankly surprised how many people jumped on board to side with Jussie Smollett before there were photos, before there were police statements, before all that stuff. And so, how do you think this all — what was the trajectory of how this went wrong?” “Yeah, the headline was so sensational and so disturbing,” Stelter replied. “It first came out on TMZ — not only that Smollett said he’d been attacked, but the attacker said this is MAGA country. Well, obviously, Chicago at 2:00 in the morning is not MAGA country, so that didn’t make sense in the first...

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Dem Rep. Brown: Trump’s National Emergency Declaration ‘a Pure Power Grab’

https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/02/brown.jpgDuring Sunday’s “Kasie DC” on MSNBC, Rep. Anthony Brown (D-MD) commented on President Donald Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency at the southern border. According to Brown, the emergency declaration is “a pure power grab.” “This is a pure power grab,” Brown told host Kasie Hunt. “Not only is he usurping congressional authority under the constitution, but he’s really contravening the will of the American people.” He added, “The secretary was right. Every decision will be a tough decision. This is what I mean: I’ve been hearing the last two years general officers, senior Pentagon officials coming to the House, coming to Congress and making a strong case for every single military construction project that we authorize and appropriate. So, to go back now and say they’re not important and we will take them away and fund a wall — [you’re] talking about military housing, you’re talking about air fields, you’re talking about military health clinics and schools. It impacts military readiness and quality of life for military families.” Follow Trent Baker on...

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