Lib politician: Cops may be shooting all the black kids in Chicago

On last night’s O’Reilly Factor, Bill O’Reilly confronted Illinois State Rep. Monique Davis (D-Chicago), who is pushing a theory she allegedly heard from constituents that Chicago police are the ones gunning down black children in the streets. This contentious interview was just the latest for O’Reilly, who has weathered quite a storm in recent weeks for the conversation he is raising about the problems facing blacks in America.

“So Bill O'Reilly is also being very, very brave. He is taking on the poverty pimps, and he has been saying since the Zimmerman thing that this is an outrage on what is happening and what is being preached,” Glenn said on radio this morning. “And he said what we have to really talk about is the decay of the black family. The black family unit, as is the white family unit, the black family unit is just way, way ahead. But our families are disintegrating. And when our families disintegrate, no matter what the progressives want to tell you, the family is the essential building block of all society.”

Earlier this week, O’Reilly played this remarkable audio from Rep. Davis during his Talking Points Memo:

DAVIS: I'm going to tell you what some suspicions have been and people have whispered to me. They're not sure that black people are shooting all of these children. There's some suspicion – and I don't want to spread this, but I'm just going to tell you what I've been hearing. They suspect maybe the police are killing some of these kids.

Her comments, made on a radio show this week, appear to condone a “destructive” rumor that, as an elected official, she should have shot down immediately. Davis, however, has refused to take responsibility for publicizing the irresponsible allegation, which enraged O’Reilly during last night’s interview.

O'REILLY: Joining us now from Chicago is Ms. Davis. Do you regret saying that, madam?

DAVIS: Well, I didn't say it, Bill. I repeated what members of my community have said to me. It is important that people realize that that was not Monique Davis' statement. I was repeating what community members have said to me, over 70%.

O'REILLY: But you didn't say, "But that's crazy and they shouldn't think this because that's not what's happening."

DAVIS: Do I have to say that? Do I have to say that?

DAVIS: Why do I have to say it?

O'REILLY: Here's why you have to say it. Number one, your credibility as an elected official, all right? And number two, people don't know where you stand. Are you buying that, are you not buying that, are you refuting that? I mean, that is destructive to the discourse. I mean, Chicago police…

DAVIS: What I am saying, Bill…

O'REILLY: …As you well know are not gunning down black children. You know that, right?

DAVIS: Well, of - certainly they are not, Bill, but based upon the history of African Americans in this country and based upon the fact that 70% of the murders in Chicago are unsolved, 70% are unsolved, people are wondering what the heck is going on. Certainly Monique Davis, who is a good friend to the police, who support the police, I believe they're our First Responders, and I respect that. But I have the right as a legislator to repeat what my community says to me.

O'REILLY: Not if it's irresponsible you don't. I hear a lot of irresponsible stuff and I don't report it.

DAVIS: Well, I don't think it's irresponsible. They will…

O'REILLY: You don't think it's irresponsible for a person to accuse the Chicago police force of gunning down children without a shred of evidence? You don't think that's irresponsible?

DAVIS: I don't think they said that. I said there was some suspicion that that could be occurring.

O'REILLY: Even if the suspicion – no, that's irresponsible without any evidence.

DAVIS: But you don't know what my response to my community was, Bill O'Reilly, because you were not there.

O'REILLY: It doesn't matter.

DAVIS: I talk to people in private.

O'REILLY: I know what you said on the radio in the full context of what was said.

DAVIS: I repeated…

O'REILLY: You didn't walk away from those comments. You didn't refute them.

DAVIS: I repeated what was said to me on a radio show in Detroit never knowing it would get national attention and perhaps…

“Yeah, who knew? Who knew that it was broadcast,” Pat asked sarcastically. “I didn't know radio signals went into other people's homes. I thought I was just saying it to the host. “

“So this magic box called a radio does what exactly,” Glenn quipped. “So irresponsible.”

Watch the entire interview HERE.

New York mom ARRESTED after son shows school nurse his new tattoo

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The mother of a 10-year-old boy was arrested in Highland, New York, for allowing her son to get a permanent tattoo on his forearm.

Crystal Thomas was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after a school nurse discovered her son's new tattoo, his name in large block letters, and reported it to school officials. Thomas faces up to one year in prison if convicted, and her two children were both taken away by child protective services. The tattoo artist was also arrested.

In New York, it is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to get a tattoo, even with parental consent.

In New York, state officials have introduced a bill that would ensure that parents who allow their young children to receive so-called "gender-affirming care" — which may include puberty blockers, hormone therapy, and surgeries — are protected under the law, as well as the physicians who provide such "care."

"Can [you] hear the cognitive dissonance in this story?" asked Glenn Beck on the radio program. "You have got to be kidding me."

Watch the video clip below to catch more of Glenn's reaction. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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Chloe Cole says she began to be "brainwashed" by the gender ideology she saw all over social media when she was only 11 years old. By the time she turned 13, Chloe was convinced that she was a boy, and her parents didn't know how to respond. So they turned to the so-called "experts," who rushed Chloe into life-altering hormone treatments and surgeries. Not only did these experts give "no alternatives" to transitioning, but they lied to Chloe's parents behind her back to scare them into compliance.

Chloe joined "The Glenn Beck Podcast" to share her heartbreaking experience and to expose the dark world of “gender-affirming care,” which she believes no teen should ever be subject to — from hormone blockers to mastectomies: "This is all wrong. I regret every single step, and this shouldn't have happened."

She also had a warning for parents about what led her to make those decisions in the first place, and she provided some key advice on how to react compassionately to situations like hers.

Watch the full podcast with Chloe Cole below:

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Nearly two years after the January 6 riot at the Capitol, the mystery of who planted two pipe bombs outside the Republican and Democratic National Committee offices remains unsolved. Thankfully, the bombs were found and disabled before they could cause any harm, but with their potential for devastating consequences — not to mention the massive investigations into all things relating to Jan.6 — why does it seem like this story has practically fallen off the face of the earth?

No one in the corporate media has even tried to look into it, and the government's narrative that the bombs were meant to be a diversion for the Capitol riot doesn't make sense when you look at the timeline of events.

So, on this week's episode of "Glenn TV," Glenn Beck broke down the timeline of events that led up to the discovery of the bombs and how the facts appear to point toward one sinister conclusion:

  • Security footage reportedly shows that the two pipe bombs were planted in front of the DNC and RNC the day before the riot.
  • Neither bomb was concealed.
  • Then-Vice President-elect Kamala Harris entered the DNC headquarters at approximately 11: 30 am on January 6.
  • At approximately 12:40 pm on January 6, the first pipe bomb was discovered sitting in plain sight outside the DNC headquarters, raising questions as to why the incoming vice president didn't have better security.
  • The pipe bomb had a one-hour kitchen timer that had apparently stopped with 20 minutes left on the timer. (Remember, the bombs were planted on January 5.)
  • The Secret Service reportedly erased their communications from January 5t and January 6 by "accident."

"It doesn't really hit you unless you look at it as a timeline, and then you're like, 'wait a minute that doesn't seem right.' The unsolved mystery of the pipe bomb has been used by the government to show that January 6 riot was part of a larger coordinated attack ... that the bombs were a diversion to get the Capitol police away from the Capitol," Glenn explained.

"But the bomb had a one-hour timer and it was planted at 8 p.m. the night before. So the bomb would have to go off the night before at about 9 p.m. on January 5. How's that a diversion? It's not physically even possible."

Watch the video clip below to hear more or find the full episode of "Unsolved Mysteries: 7 Deep-State SECRETS Biden Wants Buried" here.

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