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Southern Poverty Law Center adds parental rights groups to ‘hate and extremism’ report

“Schools, especially, have been on the receiving end of ramped-up and coordinated hard-right attacks, frequently through the guise of ‘parents’ rights’ groups,” the SPLC’s report argues.


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Greg Gutfeld: Eric Adams has a brilliant plan to tackle immigration

You know, all those illegal aliens Joe Biden invited into the country during his presidential run? They’re here. I haven’t seen this many single men since they dug up Kat’s backyard. But Mayor Adams, he’s not thrilled the policies of a Democrat president are now biting him in the a** like he’s backed into a hungry Brian Stelter. So on Monday, Adams announced that up to 50 churches or faith-based spaces for fans of weird needless euphemisms will soon shelter up to 19 single adult illegal aliens each. So that’s 50 times 19. What’s that amount to Kat? 


I’m sorry. Unnecessary, really. We’ll have a meeting after. So I think that’s less than a thousand but last week, over twice that many arrived in New York. So any other bright ideas, Mr. Mayor? Do you have a vision? 

VIDEO OF MAYOR ERIC ADAMS: My vision to take the next step to this [is] go to the faith-based locales and then move to a private residence. They are residents who are suffering right now because of economic challenges. They have spare rooms. They have locales and if we can find a way to get over the 30-day rule and other rules that government has in its place… 

So you got that? Move the migrants to homes where current residents are already suffering. Well, at least I hope it doesn’t cost a lot like $4.2 billion. 

ERIC ADAMS: We can take that $4.2 billion, 4.3 maybe now, that we potentially, we have to spend and we can put it back in the pockets of everyday New Yorkers, everyday houses of worship, instead of putting it in the pockets of corporations. And some of those corporations come from outside our city. 

$4.2 billion, maybe $4.3 billion? Hey, who’s counting? Well, we are. And that’s a ***** buttload. Excuse my French. And we’re going to use it to pay people to let dudes crash on your couch? Have you seen some of the hotel conditions where the migrants are currently staying? It’s almost as disgusting as my toilet after eating a quart of rocky road. I’m lactose intolerant. Oh, you think that’s funny? And besides, couldn’t you already rent your rooms out and you could do a background check on your tenants? But here, how does that even work? Adams expects you to embrace the government paying for a stranger to take your son’s top bunk bed. It makes me yearn for the good old days when we sent migrants upstate so they can cross into Canada illegally but once they heard Nickelback, they begged to be shipped to Greenland. 


But the Democrats’ reality is always the opposite of their earlier virtue signal. They like pretending they’ll help, but they don’t. It’s like when I pretend to lift when I’m a pallbearer. But you should respect Mayor Adams, at least for walking the walk. So then, how about the mayor’s house? That has spare rooms, I’m sure. Well, when asked about it, he actually said, “If it doesn’t go against legal protocols… I don’t have a problem if I could put a migrant family in Gracie Mansion.” Wow, that’s not bad. They just have to dump a bucket of water on the De Blasio’s so they’ll leave. But none of this makes any damn sense. Like, when do we stop paying? How many people do we take in? Will they get to stay longer or forever? Can you kick them out if they keep eating your Funyons? 

And also, have we lost our damn minds? I mean, if there was just some process that could deal with illegal immigration, I don’t know, something like a wall or maybe just follow the damn laws. Meanwhile, on the other coast controlled by Democrats, Sacramento’s freaking out over 16 illegals, 16, flown in on a private jet. First of all, a private jet. Hell, I’ve seen 16 in a flatbed truck. But now the Dems’ hair is on fire. Especially this guys.’ 

Which makes sense. Maybe stop putting actual grease in your hair. And guess who he’s blaming? “Ron DeSantis, you small, pathetic man. This isn’t Martha’s Vineyard kidnaping charges?” So, can you imagine the governor of the most screwed-up state in the union calling the governor of the most successful state pathetic? That’s like a last-place team jeering the league champs. I would be more specific, but I know nothing about sports and he’s calling private jets that people willingly get on, as kidnapping. So I guess that makes our entire airline industry a human trafficking cartel. I suppose Dems only support flying illegals when it’s done secretly in the dead of night. 

The problem with Gavin – his residents are flying too… Straight out of California. The homeless problem is so bad in Cali they’re going to change its motto from the Golden State to the Golden Shower State. So don’t worry, Gavin. As soon as these 16 illegals get there and see the squalor, they’ll head to Florida, too. So in sum, when Dems ship illegals somewhere else, it’s good, when DeSantis does it, it’s a hate crime and the White House is happy to echo that notion. 

WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: I’ve said it many times from here repeatedly from this podium, that busing or flying migrants around the country without any coordination with the federal government. We’ve talked about this- state or local officials as well- is dangerous and unacceptable because you’re putting people’s lives at risk. And it’s dangerous and unacceptable because you’re actually putting a lot of pressure on these states and local and local areas. 

She’s stupid. Unintentionally honest, though, the message is clear. If you live in a border state with millions of people pouring in, Good luck to you. But don’t you dare drop them off in blue cities because that’s dangerous and funny how honest that really is. 


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On this day in history, June 7, 1942, Battle of Midway ends in decisive US victory

On this day in history, June 7, 1942, the Battle of Midway — regarded as one of the most decisive U.S. victories in its war against Japan — came to an end.

The Battle of Midway was an Allied naval victory and a major turning point in World War II. 

The battle was fought between Japanese and American carrier forces near the Midway Atoll, a territory of the United States in the central Pacific, from June 4-7, 1942.

On June 4, 1942, the Battle of Midway began. 


Midway Island is a fairly isolated atoll, so named because it is midway between North America and Asia in the North Pacific Ocean, according to National Geographic.

Midway’s importance grew for commercial and military planners, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). 

In the 1930s, Midway became a stopover for Pan American Airways’ “flying clippers” — seaplanes crossing the ocean on their five-day transpacific passage, the same source indicates.

Midway was an incredibly strategic location, multiple sources say. 

“The Imperial Japanese Navy planned to use it to secure their sphere of influence in the Pacific theater of the war,” according to National Geographic. 


“The Japanese had not lost a naval battle in more than 50 years, and had nearly destroyed the American fleet just six months earlier in a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.” 

Pearl Harbor is about 1,300 miles east of Midway, says the same source.

In preparation, American military and intelligence forces worked together to defeat the Japanese. 

Code breakers were able to decipher Japanese naval code, allowing American leaders to anticipate Japanese maneuvers, notes National Geographic. 

Because of this, the U.S. Navy was then able to launch a surprise attack on the larger Japanese fleet in the area and the Battle of Midway turned the tide of the war, says the same source. 


The American success at Midway was a major victory over the Imperial Japanese Navy as all four Japanese carriers — Akagi, Hiryu, Kaga and Soryu — had participated in the attack on Pearl Harbor, says the National WWII Museum.

“Sinking those Japanese carriers represented a resounding defeat over the enemy fleet which had wrought such destruction only six months before,” the same source says.


The Imperial Japanese Navy would not be capable of overcoming the loss of four carriers and over 100 trained pilots — and with the loss at Midway, the Japanese offensive in the Pacific was overturned and the United States began offensive action in the Pacific, says the National WWII Museum.

The Battle of Midway is widely considered the most decisive U.S. victory of that period.

It is often referred to as the turning point of the war in the Pacific.


Midway Atoll has since been designated as a National Memorial to the Battle of Midway, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.


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Damar Hamlin wears helmet for first time as full participant at Bills OTAs

Damar Hamlin continues to make progress in his hopeful return to game action for the Buffalo Bills, as he was spotted wearing a helmet for the first time at practice on Tuesday. 

Hamlin returned to the field in May, but he was limited to individual drills off to the side without wearing a helmet during the media portions of practice, as the Bills remained cautious. GM Brandon Beane added that he was wearing it – just not for the media to see. 

Either way, they’ve clearly seen what they needed to in terms of his progression with Hamlin out participating in team drills on Tuesday. 


Beane told ESPN’s Alaina Getzenberg that he’s “really proud” of Hamlin for reaching this step in his recovery since having a cardiac arrest in January during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals

ESPN did add that Hamlin had a bit of an injury scare during the practice session, though, as he went up for a contested ball and was slow to get up. He was with trainers looking at his right arm/shoulder area, and he was seen throwing his helmet in frustration. 

However, that frustration was short-lived as he was back out on the field participating in drills with his teammates shortly after getting checked. 

Hamlin was a happy camper you could say, as the Bills posted pictures of him throwing up his now signature heart hands. 

Hamlin’s timeline is still up in the air, though, as head coach Sean McDermott and Beane haven’t laid out the plan. 

There’s still lots of time before the Bills’ first preseason game comes on the schedule, though training camp will start at the end of July. 

Hamlin has come a long way since that fateful night in Cincinnati where he said “I died on national TV,” after trainers and medical staff saved his life by performing CPR on the field as everyone watching was stunned looking on from the stands and at home. 

But a horrible scene quickly turned into a story of hope and determination for Hamlin, who ran with all the support he was getting from inside and outside the NFL. 

His football career was in serious jeopardy, but now that he’s back on the field, we just might see Hamlin strapping his pads on and wearing his No. 3 for the Bills at some point this season. 

The Bills will have their mandatory minicamp next week from June 13-15. 


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Yankees’ Aaron Judge lands on injured list with toe injury from crazy catch against Dodgers

Aaron Judge has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a ligament contusion and sprain in his right big toe.

The New York Yankees outfielder suffered the injury while making a catch of the year on Saturday night in Los Angeles.

J.D. Martinez was the tying run for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and he roped a fly ball to right, which Judge had to give plenty effort for.


Judge extended to make the grab right along the wall, and he, quite literally, ran through the wall for his team.

However, when he made the catch, his right foot banged on the concrete that’s below the padding of the Dodger Stadium wall.

The Dodgers announced on Tuesday night that they are going to wind up covering the concrete with padding, which is too little too late for Judge.

Judge was not in the Yankees’ lineup on Sunday or Tuesday (they were off on Monday), and when a pinch-hit opportunity arose in the bottom of the ninth of Tuesday, he remained on the bench, which seemed to foreshadow what was coming.


Dodger Stadium opened in 1962, and it’s currently the third-oldest ballpark in the major leagues.

This is Judge’s second IL stint this season – he missed 11 games earlier this season due to a hip strain. 

The Yankees have been one of the hottest teams in baseball since early May, owning baseball’s second-best record since May 2. However, no matter what, Judge is impossible to replace.

The defending AL MVP was putting up numbers eerily similar to last season. After leading the majors last year with a 1.111 OPS thanks to a new AL record 62 home runs, he leads that category again at 1.078. His 19 homers are also second in the majors behind Pete Alonso.


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SEAN HANNITY: A mountain of evidence is emerging that Joe Biden could be corrupt to the core

Fox News host Sean Hannity looked at the evidence into the Biden family business dealings Tuesday on “Hannity.”

SEAN HANNITY: Sources have now confirmed to Fox that the DOJ special counsel investigating former President Trump’s handling of classified documents has now convened a second grand jury, this one not in D.C. but in South Florida. That would be the same district where Mar-a-Lago is. And based on what we are hearing, the special counsel is now poised to wrap up that probe. And there are many reports that charges could, in fact, be imminent. At the very same time, we are learning that an indictment against Hunter Biden could also be forthcoming. But don’t expect Hunter’s charges to implicate the big guy. This will be all about optics, not about justice. As President Trump, “Truthed” out earlier today, “They’ll hit Hunter with something small to make their strike on me look fair.” 


I would expect that to probably in all likelihood happen. Now, make no mistake, it’s all one big political game for Biden’s DOJ. And of course, the allegations against Hunter are significant, but only because they implicate his father, the president, then vice president, and a possible bribery scheme, money in exchange for specific acts, for example. I don’t think most people really care about the sordid private life of a notorious loser, former crackhead, prostitute-loving Hunter Biden. We do care about public corruption and there is a mountain of evidence that is emerging that Joe Biden could be corrupt to the core and has been for some time. 

Now, exhibit A is Hunter Biden’s very own laptop that has been in the FBI’s possession, as we’ve been telling you, since 2019, December 2019. John Solomon says the contents of that laptop were verified and authenticated by the FBI a short time later and those contents are damning. A text showing Hunter complaining about having to fork over half of his earnings to his father, to pops. 

One email revealing Hunter even paid his father’s bills and upkeep on his mansion. Another email discussing a potential 10% payout to “the big guy.” We were told who the big guy was and that regards a business deal in China. But according to Joe, he’s never, ever, not one single time ever discussed his son’s foreign business dealings. Ever.


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Top DC Metro official apologizes for posting commuter’s crotch pic to slam manspreading

“It was meant in jest, but I understand how it might have offended some. I will do better and keep focused on what matters, better service, communications and wayfinding.”


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JESSE WATTERS: Cornel West is sliding into the third party candidate space

Jesse Watters discusses how American voters are eager for a third-party candidate to enter the presidential race if the general election comes down to Donald Trump and President Biden on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”


JESSE WATTERS: Now, we have a ton of options in just about every aspect of our lives except politics. And once you hit the general, you’re left with two candidates, a Democrat and a Republican. And if you don’t like either, you’re out of luck. What about a third party candidate? Back in ’92, Ross Perot got 20% of the popular vote as a third party candidate. He cost Bush the election. 

A third party candidate can be deadly in the general. Right now, half of Americans say they’d consider voting for a third party candidate. If it’s Trump versus Biden. So there’s an open lane and someone sliding in. His name’s Cornel West.

Cornel West, the far-left guy. There’s an appetite on the left for a guy who’s antiwar, anti-Wall Street, anti-Big Tech, all the mainstream socialists. AOC, Bernie, they have abandoned the people who voted for them once their party got in power. Now Cornel is running with the People’s Party, founded by one of Bernie’s old staffers. 

The People’s Party tried to recruit Bernie to run with him in 2020, but he thought he’d have a better chance running as a Democrat. Cornel doesn’t trust the Democratic Party. He remembers how they kneecapped Bernie in 2016 and in 2020.


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Video shows teens beat up Texas 7-Eleven clerks for refusing to sell cigar to minor

Both employees suffered injuries to their faces during the assault but they denied any medical attention when police arrived at the store.


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Navy SEAL commanding officer says he carries weight of seaman’s death after ‘Hell Week’: report

The Navy commander of a SEAL candidate who died after completing the infamously grueling “Hell Week” training in California confessed he does not feel responsible for the seaman’s death, but will always carry the weight on his shoulders, according to reports.

Good Morning America (GMA) interviewed U.S. Navy Capt. Brad Geary — a commanding officer at the Naval Special Warfare’s Basic Training Command — in a report that aired Tuesday, during which the captain defended himself while blasting a nearly 200-page report that dug into the SEAL training course.

Last month, the Navy released its investigation into Seaman Kyle Mullen’s death, which found that Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea, Air, and Land (BUD/S) was “operating with a previously unrecognized accumulation of risk across multiple systems,” including a lack of medical oversight.


“The entire report mischaracterizes, misrepresents and misquotes our organization and Naval Special Warfare, because it was built off a bias that was inappropriate and regurgitated untruths that simply don’t exist,” Geary told the reporter.

In February 2022, Mullen collapsed and died at a San Diego, California, area hospital after he and another SEAL trainee reported experiencing symptoms of an unknown illness.

The Navy announced in October that Mullen died of acute pneumonia with a contributing factor of an enlarged heart, ruling his death was “in the line of duty, not due to his own misconduct.”


Mullen died at the end of “Hell Week,” a five-and-a-half-day test that is considered one of the most grueling periods of SEAL training.

After collapsing, Mullen’s lungs were reported to be abnormal, and his legs were so swollen that he needed to be wheeled to the barracks in a wheelchair.

Geary said Mullen’s vitals were actually “very clean,” and the wheelchair was used for his comfort. He added that it was common for SEAL candidates to have abnormal lungs or swelling after “Hell Week.”

But once Mullen got to the barrack, the report said he struggled to breath and the site lacked medical personnel. It also found the medical staff was poorly organized, poorly integrated and poorly led, putting candidates at “significant risk.”


Geary was asked if he felt responsible for Mullen’s death as the commanding officer.

“There’s a weight on the shoulders of every commanding officer that has served, and I don’t think that weight can be reduced down to one term like responsibility,” he said. “I will always carry the weight of Kyle’s death on my shoulders. What I feel responsible for is speaking truth to ensure that it never happens again.”

Geary does not hold anyone accountable for Mullen’s death, but instead said his death was a “tragedy,” which is one thing he agreed on in the report.

“It was a perfect storm of factors that all combined at the wrong possible moment in time and resulted in the tragic loss of Kyle,” Geary said.

In response to Mullen’s death, the Navy said several improvements to its training program have been implemented, including greater instructor oversight and training; more thorough medical screenings for cardiac conditions; updated medical policies and standard operating procedures; and a new expanded authority to test candidates for PEDs.


Mullen, of Manalapan Township, New Jersey, joined the Navy in March 2021, according to his Navy biography. He reported to SEAL training in Coronado in July of that year. 

Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, said the Navy has a duty to learn from Mullen’s death and to make sure similar occurrences don’t happen again. 

Louis Casiano of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.


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