James Woods, 71, calls Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 29, ‘the most dangerous person in America’ after her impassioned speech in the House ridiculing Trump over the shutdown
Tweeting a picture of the young Democratic congresswoman on Thursday, Oscar nominated Woods, 71, wrote: ‘This is the most dangerous person in America right now. Ignore her at your peril…’
He later tweeted ‘as the inmates attempt to escape the asylum…’ along with a picture of Ocasio-Cortez.
Climate Change Added Over 10,000 Manhattans Of Green Vegetation To Sahara Desert
If the added green area were effectively used for agriculture, it could produce enough food to feed the African continent. Unfortunately, this is a fact that the doomsday-obsessed media, activists, and ruling politicians fear will become publicly known.
They instead would prefer that the globe returns to a climate of the 1980s when drought and famine ravaged the vast North African region.
Kurl: Gender parity in cabinet still sets Team Trudeau apart
As we saw this week, there’s a specific algorithm applied to create the prime minister’s cabinets, one that maintains the same number of women as men and that also ensures a one-for-one ratio of regional ministers. While the code appeared to be a little glitchy given the demotion of Jody Wilson-Raybould – the only First Nations member of the cabinet – there is little doubt Justin Trudeau took much care in how this pre-election collection of ministers was constructed.
Emotional support alligator ‘just like a dog’, likes to be pet on head
Joie Henney would like to assure you his emotional support alligator wouldn’t hurt a fly, let alone a human being.
Despite its sharp teeth and powerful jaw, Wally is actually mellow around people.
“Wally’s never bitten me, and he’s never tried to bite anyone,” Henney told the York Daily Record. “He’s pretty laid back.”
Convicted terrorist will be allowed back in Canada thanks to Trudeau government law
Convicted terrorist, Tahawwur Hussain Rana with dual Pakistani and Canadian citizenship is going to be allowed back in Canada once he is done serving his sentence in the US in 2021 due to a law made by the Trudeau government.
Hussain Rana was charged in 2009 for plotting to kill a Danish journalist that published a cartoon of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed. In addition, he was convicted for providing information to the Pakistani terrorist group responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attacks in which 166 people were killed.