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BREAKING: Multiple People Shot, Detonation Devices Found in Brooklyn Subway Station

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More information is being learned about a horrific and bloody event at a Brooklyn subway station Tuesday morning during the morning rush hour commute. Multiple people were shot when gunshots rang out around 8:30 a.m. at the 36th street station for the D, N, R lines in Sunset Park.

NYPD’s bomb squad is on the scene investigating and one spokesman for the FDNY said multiple undetonated devices have been found in the subway.

One witness told The Post there were so many rounds of bullets fired she “lost count.” She saw one shooter, described as a 5-foot-5 black man around 170 pounds wearing an orange vest and gas mask. She witnessed him drop “some kind of cylinder that sparked at the top.”

The witness said “I thought he was an MTA worker at first because I was like, I didn’t like pay too much attention. You know? You’ve got the orange on.” Sources said the suspect was believed to be dressed in construction garb, similar to an MTA worker.

Gruesome and bloody photos taken at the scene have flooded social media, but police officials said it is unclear how many victims were injured, and whether it was due to possible explosions, a mass shooting, or both.

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  1. Tony C

    April 12, 2022 at 1:48 pm

    Why does this truly surprise us? There is a theory in academia call “ common denominator.” This theory relates to many negative issues facing our nation today. The one that sticks out the most is criminal conduct in many forms. I ask what race describes the “common denominator” as it relates to criminal conduct? I’ll leave it to you to honestly answer. This is a question based in fact without any racial animus attached.

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Florida Gov Signs Law Making It Illegal To Protest Outside An Individual’s Home

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Ron DeSantis

On Monday, Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that makes it a crime to protest outside an individual’s home.

“Sending unruly mobs to private residences, like we have seen with the angry crowds in front of the homes of Supreme Court justices, is inappropriate,” DeSantis said. “This bill will provide protection to those living in residential communities and I am glad to sign it into law.”

The law will go into effect on October 1, and once “this law takes effect, law enforcement officers will provide a warning to any person picketing or protesting outside of a dwelling and will make arrests for residential picketing only if the person does not peaceably disperse after the warning. Residential picketing will be punishable as a second-degree misdemeanor,” DeSantis’ office explained.

“It is unlawful for a person to picket or protest before or about the dwelling of any person with the intent to harass or disturb that person in his or her dwelling,” the text of the bill says. “Before a person may be arrested for a violation of this section, a law enforcement officer… or a local, state, federal, or military law enforcement agency must go as near to the person as may be done with safety and shall command any person picketing or protesting before or about the dwelling of a person to immediately and peaceably disperse. If any such person does not thereupon immediately and peaceably disperse, he or she may be arrested for a violation of this section.”

The new law comes in response to leftist protests outside the homes of Supreme Court justices following the leak of a draft of a Supreme Court majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade was leaked to Politico.

“Roughly 100 protesters appeared outside Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s house, where they carried signs and chanted slogans before walking a half-mile to Chief Justice John Roberts’s home, then back to Kavanaugh’s home, where police ordered them to leave the area,” The Washington Examiner reported last week.

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Pelosi Snaps When Asked About Baby Formula Shortage

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On Sunday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) snapped when asked about comments from Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), who criticized President Biden’s decision to send baby formula to the southern border as the United States suffers from a baby formula shortage.

“Joe Biden continues to put America LAST by shipping pallets of baby formula to the southern border as American families face empty shelves,” Stefanik wrote on Twitter. “This is unacceptable. American mothers and their babies shouldn’t suffer because of the #BidenBorderCrisis.”

Pelosi was asked about Stefanik’s comments during an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “This Week.”

“As usual, her statement is totally irresponsible,” Pelosi said. “Babies are crying. We need to get them food. And the president has — now what we’re doing this week in the Congress is, again, Bobby Scott, chair of the Education and Labor Committee, that’s the jurisdiction that will lower some of the regulations, et cetera, so that it’s easier to buy it… We must do something as quickly as possible, but as safely as possible, and use caution, for these babies. But we have to move quickly to do that. And part of this is, again, the supply chain issue.”

Stefanik responded to Pelosi on Twitter, writing: “As usual, your LEADERSHIP is totally irresponsible. Babies are crying. We need to get them food.”

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