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Suspect in Portland Prayer supporters fatal shootout killed by federal task force: reports
A wanted Antifa sympathizer, suspected of the fatal shooting of a Patriot Prayer supporter in Portland, Oregon last month, was killed Thursday night as authorities approached to arrest him.
Michael Forest Reinoehl, 48, died in Lacey, Washington, outside Seattle, during an operation by a federal refugee task force comprised of FBI and US Marshals Service personnel.
The suspect was shot dead by law enforcement after drawing a gun on officers, the Marshal Service confirmed in a statement.
Portland Police Department issued an arrest warrant for Reinoehl earlier in the day when investigating the fatal shooting of Aaron “Jay” Danielson, 39, on August 29, on a night that President Trump’s supporters met with Black Lives Matter supporters clashed movement in Oregon’s largest city. CLICK HERE FOR MORE ABOUT OUR TOP STORY.
In other developments:
– Aaron Danielson, a victim of the Portland shooting, says, “The US needs a lot of healing.”
– The governor of Oregon calls out white supremacists and vigilantes and calls for an end to violence in Portland
– Portland: At least 24 people were arrested more than once in protests and riots
– The car drives through Black Lives Matter protesters in Times Square
Biden’s newest gaffe: If the talk of Kenosha drags on, they’ll shoot me.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke poorly to an audience in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Thursday – the site of the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake and the death of two men on a subsequent night of riot.
“They are going to shoot me,” Biden claimed, referring to the audience when his address on taxes dragged on.
The former vice president, prone to gaffes, billed his first trip to Wisconsin during the 2020 campaign as a moment of healing after recent events.
Biden also visited the family of Blake, a 29-year-old black man who stayed in the hospital after being shot and killed by a police officer last month. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
– Biden’s trip to Kenosha was questioned after the shooting by Jacob Blake
– Biden Says Kenosha Trip To “Relieve Racist Tensions”
– Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien warns Biden not to visit Kenosha
– CNN’s Brooke Baldwin praises Biden during Kenosha visit: He tries to fight for the “soul of this nation”.
After Trump urges her to replace Pelosi, an SF hair salon owner politely declines
In a tweet on Thursday and again at a rally in Pennsylvania, President Trump encouraged San Francisco hair salon owner Erica Kious to apply for a seat in the US House of Representatives, possibly replacing Nancy Pelosi as spokeswoman.
Kious overheard the call from the Commander in Chief and answered in a telephone interview with Fox News late Thursday.
“I see how hard the president is fighting for America and it has inspired me to do what is right for the people in my industry and for small businesses everywhere,” said Kious. “I never expected any of this, but the house I’m concentrating on right now is the house with two little girls under 10 who are socially distant learning. But I appreciate the feeling. “
The president had previously tweeted: “Nancy Pelosi says it was ‘set up’ by a beauty salon owner. Maybe the beauty salon owner should run the House of Representatives instead of Crazy Nancy? ” CLICK HERE FOR MORE.
In other developments:
– The salon owner denies Pelosi’s “setup” claims, the house spokesman says, “owes the whole country an apology”.
– Pelosi used a shuttered hair salon in San Francisco to blow it out. The owner calls him “slap in the face”.
– Ben Shapiro: The real reason Pelosi’s hair salon fiasco should affect Americans
– The network’s network news did not cover Pelosi’s salon controversy until it claimed it was set up
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TODAY MUST READ:
– Trump claims he would have canceled most of his campaign rallies if the coronavirus hadn’t hit
– 7 Rhode Island men arrested for raping a 16-year-old girl; 1 suspect at large, say police
– Police and protesters clash in Rochester after Mayor suspends officials involved in human asphyxiation
– Virginia shipyard workers fired for refusing to remove Trump 2020 hat: report
– Republicans want AG to determine if Pelosi committed a crime by tearing up Trump’s speech
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Tucker Carlson notes during “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the key to any political party holding power is getting its voters to vote. Unfortunately, he says, the Democrats are trying to do so by encouraging protests and riots.
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