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Developed Now, February 22, 2019
SMOLLETT BLAST CHICAGO JURISDICTION POLICE FOR "LEGISLATION": Jussie Smollett's legal group on Thursday criticized the Chicago police for accusing him of "false assault" "And invited the Empire stars to refuse in the process … In a statement received by Fox News, a 36-year-old lawyer Smollett said that the nation" witnessed an organized law enforcement specialty that has no place in the American legal system " . "The presumption of innocence, which is the basis of justice, was trampled by Mr Smolletta and, in particular, on the eve of the mayor's election," his team continued. "Mr. Smollett is a young man of impeccable character and integrity who fiercely and solemnly upholds his innocence, given by a system that apparently wants to miss the proper process and proceed directly to the sentencing."
A conference on Thursday that Smollett organized an incident at the end of January in which he argued that he had been attacked by two men. Smollett, the authorities say, wanted to take "the predominance of the pain and anger of racism for the promotion of their career." He may face up to three years in prison, if he is convicted, Smollett placed a $ 100,000 mortgage and returned to the Empire, – Fox News learned.
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A CONSERVATIVE ACTIVE REPLIES THE END BACK TO THE CAMPAUS: A conservative activist whose alleged attack on the University of California-Berkeley was recorded on the video, said Sean Hennity (Fox News) that he was afraid for his safety … "This man claimed that we propagandized violence on campus and began his aggression," Hayden Williams said in an interview with "Hannity" in Thursday evening Williams hit the black eye after being hit by assisting the conservative Turning Point USA. Williams, a representative of the Leadership Institute, is not a member of Turning Point.
According to Williams, some students were offended at the sign under the dial table that read "Crimes of hate crimes." (Sign mark on Jussie Smollett's case.) The group also had the sign that read "This is MAGA Country." The police are looking for a person enthralled in the video. The university condemned the violent act.
THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT THAT 200 TABLES remain in Syria: the Trump administration, which announced plans to withdraw Syria from Georgia, said on Thursday that it will retain 200 US troops to date … " A small peacekeeping group of about 200 will stay in Syria for some time, "said White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders. Sen. Lindsay Graham, RS.C., who criticized Trump's decision to withdraw from Syria, applauded the president's decision to leave several hundreds as part of the "international stabilizing force".
REPORT: 2020 DEM The other candidates for the Democratic Party president – USA Sens. Kamala Harris of California and Elizabeth Warren of Mass., USA, say they support reparations for black Americans who have suffered from slavery, reflecting the change in the importance of race and identity issues in the party … The New York Times reported on Thursday that Harris doubled in support of the reparations, agreeing with the host on the popular radio show "Breakfast Club" that a necessary race-conscious policy to turn to the inheritance of slavery and discrimination in the United States. In the interview with Warren in the Time Interview, she also supports reparations. Julian Castro, another Democrat who runs for president, said he would support the reparation.
OSCARS SHOW HOLDS SUNDAY – MORE BUSINESS: There is no host, no better category of movies, and no awards are attributed to promotional breaks. However, the 91st anniversary prize of the Academy will be continued. Although the question about the TV show seems to have been answered, the debate remains about who wins the desirable awards this season. Does the Black Panther attack? Will rock "Bohemian Rhapsody"? Can the favorite be "Beloved"? Can a Star be born to shine brightly? Click here for some predictions on FoxNews.com for the Oscars 2019.
& # 39; HOLY VICTORY & # 39; – "Speak with me," says Don Lemon, "because we are not many." Here is the translation: "Us" are people who were oppressed as Yussi Smollett has. The Lemon lets you know that he is also in this group, like Jussy Smollett, Don Limon is a sacrificial sacrifice, but who is really a victim here … This group of people was fooled by this deception, regular people outside the coastal cities, people with irregular political convictions and the wrong skin. " – Tucker Carlson, at Tucker Carlson Tonight, thinking about the potential consequences of Jussie Smollett's case.
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Fox & Friends, 6:00 ET: Special guests: Sarah Sanders White House spokeswoman; American Senator Tim Scott, R-S.C .; Kurt CyberGuy Knutson; Ari Fleisher, former White House press secretary; Charles Hurt, Washington Times Times editor and author of the Fox News report; Pastor Cory Brooks, native of Chicago; Gerald Rivera, Fox News Correspondent; Pam Bondy, Former Attorney General of Florida
Your World with Neil Cavuto 16:00. ET: Special guests include: Senator Rick Scott, R-Fla.
On Fox Business:
Morning with Mary 6:00 ET: Special guests: Chuck Robbins, CEO and head of Cisco; Lisa Barnett, co-founder and chief marketing officer for Little Spoon; American spokesman Peter King, R-N.Y .; Mike Sargent, Editor and Correspondent at WBAI.org; Lisa Peak, member of Fox News; Katy Engelbert, CEO of Deloitte.
Fox News Radio:
Fox News Podcast: Jussie Smollett Charged – Imperial star Yussi Smollett accused of filing a fake police report after saying that He was a victim of hate crimes on the streets of Chicago. Jeff Monosso and Dr. Mark Feldman, a well-known employee of the American Psychiatric Association, joined the podcast to discuss the case. The military heroism of the US Air Force of the Second World War continues to be recognized for seven decades after they lost their lives to save a group of children. Tony Folds, who says that his life was deprived of this day in 1944, reflects heroes. Do not miss the good news with Tony J. Powers Fox News. Plus, a comment by Chris Wallace, leading Fox News Sunday.
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Brian Kilmide Show 9:00 ET: Guests include: Adm. James G. Stavridis at the forthcoming second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Chong Un and the latest report on the riots in Venezuela. Geraldo Rivera, Ken Starr, Arthur Aydala and Bernard McGuire and Sid Rosenberg, leading "Bernie and Sida in the morning," sound on the occasion of "Smollett," the latest in the investigation of Muller and the 2009 presidential race.
Tom Shillie's Show 15:00 ET: New York Theater Critic Michael Rideel and Fox News Radio Reporter Michael Gunnellman joined Tom Shillue to view previous Oscars this weekend.
On Fox News Weekly:
Saturday, 10:00 ET: American Senator Ben Kardin, D-Md. and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the US response to the riots in Venezuela; Andrew Jan, presidential candidate for Democratic 2020, for his striving for universal income. United States Representative Don Kildy (D-Mich.) And First Deputy Chief of the House's Democratic Club for the Presidential Candidate and Democratic Program. Amb Joseph DeTrani, a former special envoy for six-party talks with North Korea, at the next summit of President Trump with Kim Jong Un.
Fox News Sunday Sunday, 14:00 and 7 pm ET: Special guests: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; Tom Perez, Head of RNC.
1997: Scientists in Scotland announced that they were able to clone an adult mammal, producing lamb "Dolly". (Dollies, however, will be recorded after a short lifetime, darkened by premature aging and illness.)
1980: The "Miracle on Ice" takes place in Lake Place, New York when the Olympic hockey team of the United States Council, 4 -3 (The American team continues to win the gold medal against Finland.)
1935: Aircraft over the White House become illegal.
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