Florida sues Joe Biden administration

MIAMI, Fla. - The state of Florida is suing President Joe Biden’s administration over new directives that have halted detentions of some immigrants who have served time in prison.

Florida’s Attorney General Ashley Moody said on Tuesday that the new guidance has resulted in immigration officials declining to take custody of people who have served sentences for burglary, drug trafficking and other crimes.

"Convicted criminals that would have been deported under past administrations, including President Trump, even President Obama, are now walking free in Florida," Moody said in a video posted on YouTube. "These policy reversals make us less safe."

The complaint seeks to halt new directives issued by Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Feb. 18 that prioritize deporting people who pose national security threats or have been convicted of more serious crimes. Then-President Donald Trump’s administration arrested and removed anyone in the…

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Florida Makes Daylight Saving Time Permanent

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 14, 2021 when you'll once again have to set your clock forward one hour. But Florida Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, along with six other United States senators reintroduced the Sunshine Protection Act on Tuesday in an effort to make Daylight Saving Time (DST) permanent.

"The call to end the antiquated practice of clock changing is gaining momentum throughout the nation," Rubio said. "Studies have shown many benefits of a year-round Daylight Saving Time, which is why the Florida legislature voted to make it permanent in 2018. I’m proud to reintroduce this bipartisan bill to make Daylight Saving Time permanent, and give our nation’s families more stability throughout the year."

Sen. Scott said: "As Governor of Florida, I was proud to sign legislation to make Daylight Saving Time permanent and I am continuing this effort in the Senate with my colleague, Senator R…

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Confederate Flag Owner Found Dead in Florida

 A man who bragged of tricking local Florida officials into letting him fly a massive Confederate flag at the corners of two busy interstates has died, authorities said.

Police said officers found 73-year-old Marion Lambert dead on his small farm in Tampa on Wednesday. WFLA first reported the news. Officials said foul play is not suspected.

Family and friends started an online fundraiser for funeral expenses and for the future of the farm, which was a popular stop for fresh honey, eggs and milk in the city.

In 2017, Lambert told The Associated Press during an interview that he tricked the county several years ago, when he bought a sliver of land near Interstates 4 and 75.

When he asked county officials for a permit, he said he planned to build "a memorial to American veterans."

"I tricked them," he said. "If they had done any research they would have known who I was."

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Trump Supporter Shot Dead

The death investigation—now ruled a homicide—took place mid-afternoon Friday at a home in the 1600 block of Manor Drive.

The man, identified as James Wallen, was found by his wife about 4:45 p.m. Friday. 

It was the 27th reported homicide to take place in Brevard County since Jan. 1. 

Police and medics arrived within minutes of the wife's call to 911. 

Police said they believe Inklebarger targeted the single-story home, which sits in the scenic community along the oak and palm tree-lined riverside.

In the front yard is a campaign sign for President Trump while an American flag could be seen hanging from the garage. 

Detectives continue to investigate the case and were awaiting forensics results from the crime scene.

Wallen served on the Cocoa City Council two times, representing District 2 from 1979-1981 and again from 1983-1986.

Cocoa Detective Ch…

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New York City Declares Health Emergency Outbreak spreads

New York City Declares Health Emergency Outbreak spreads

NEW YORK—The de Blasio Administration today declared a public health emergency in select zip codes in Williamsburg, following a measles outbreak affecting the Orthodox Jewish community. As part of the declaration, unvaccinated individuals living in those ZIP codes who may have been exposed to measles will be required to receive the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine in order to protect others in the community and help curtail the ongoing outbreak.

Under the mandatory vaccinations, members of the City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene will check the vaccination records of any individual who may have been in contact with infected patients. Those who have not received the MMR vaccine or do not have evidence of immunity may be given a violation and could be fined $1,000.

“Measles is a dangerous, potentially deadly disease that can easily be prevented with vaccine,” said Deputy Mayor…

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NFL Lawyer Super Bowl ‘Rigged’Found Dead

Super Bowl NFL rigged An NFL entertainment lawyer, who has worked for the corporation for more than 15 years, has been found dead in New York City hours after telling reporters that Super Bowl LII is “rigged.”Dan Goodes was found dead in his hometown of New York City in what early reports described as an “gangland-style execution”, hours after blowing the whistle on the “rigged Super Bowl” backstage at a promotional event in Minneapolis.Early reports claim the 49-year-old was found shot dead in a 2017 BMW 2 Series, along with one other man, believed to be a close friend.Goodes, an entertainment lawyer who worked at the National Football League’s Park Avenue headquarters, had been representing the NFL in Minneapolis, working alongside Eagles and Patriots franchise staff on promoting Sunday’s Super Bowl featuring the two teams.However Goodes went “off-script” in Minneapolis and was “physically removed” from the premises by security staff, but not before publicly condemning th…

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Emotional support alligator visits Pennsylvania senior facility

A few residents were hesitant to get close to Wally but Henney encouraged them to get to know the friendly reptile. Henney told the resident that Wally likes his head rubbed."He's just like a dog," Henney said. "He wants to be loved and petted."Wally was rescued from Florida after a congregation of gators was slated to be destroyed in order to build a development on the land. Henney and his friend offered to help rescue the gators.Henney said Wally likes to watch television and his favorite movie is “The Lion King.” The alligator lives in a 300-gallon pond with his fellow gator Scrappy, who is 2 years old.The owner said Wally has “never bitten” him and is a calm alligator.https://www.foxnews.com/us/emotional-support-alligator-visits-pennsylvania-senior-facility-to-offer-comfort?cmpid=prn_msn

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Flu Vaccine is the most Dangerous Vaccine in the U. S. based on Settled Cases for Injuries

Flu Vaccine is the most Dangerous Vaccine in the U. S. based on Settled Cases for Injuries There were 139 claims settled during this time period, with 70 of them being compensated. So, just over 50% of the claims filed for vaccine damages were compensated during this period. These cases are the ones that were compensated for injuries and deaths due to vaccines, which are only about 50% of the claims filed. The other 50% of vaccine injuries or deaths filed received nothing, because their attorneys were not able to defeat the government attorneys (funded through your tax dollars) fighting to not pay for damages. But even these claims that are filed are admittedly under-reported. Clearly, the flu vaccine is the most dangerous vaccine in America today, but that fact is not mentioned by the mainstream media, nor is it likely to be reported to you by your doctor. Attorney Howard Gold of Gold Law Firm, who settled a case for GBS due to a flu vaccine in 2011, remarked: Petitioner…
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shit on flight man sits on dog shit delta flight

A Michigan man is disgusted after an incident on a Delta Air Lines flight involving a service dog and the mess it left behind. Matthew Meehan said he had just boarded the plane to Miami when he noticed feces all over the floor and his seat. When he alerted the crew, he said they did little to nothing to help. "Actual feces, and it was all over me. I sat in it and it was on the seat, on the floor, the seat in front. And I was literally in it," Meehan said. The Bay City resident spoke with TV5 via FaceTime about the very smelly, disgusting encounter he had on a recent Delta flight from Atlanta to Miami. He said upon sitting in his seat, he and the passenger next to him quickly discovered they had sat in feces. They both ran to the front of the plane to clean off and were shocked by what the flight attendant handed them. "I have no idea why I wasn't offered something from the bio hazard kit to clean myself up with. Inst…
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