Posts Tagged ‘Kentucky’

*** Election Night Livewire *** Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho, Oregon Vote in Contentious Primaries

Voters in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky, Idaho, and Oregon all head to the polls Tuesday to select their nominees in both GOP and Democrat primaries in what is thus far this year perhaps the biggest election night yet.

White House Sending Jill Biden to Comfort Kentucky Tornado Survivors

First Lady Jill Biden will travel to Kentucky on Thursday alongside federal officials to meet and comfort those most impacted by the deadly tornadoes that tore through the state last month. “First Lady Jill Biden and Deputy FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] Administrator Erik Hooks will travel to Bowling Green, Kentucky where they will join Governor Andy […]

Kentucky Veteran Gives Out Thousands of Christmas Toys to Children Impacted by Tornadoes, Storms

A Marine Veteran from Mayfield, Kentucky, raised tens of thousands of dollars and bought Christmas presents for children impacted by the catastrophic storms and tornadoes that ripped through America’s heartland just over two weeks ago. Immediately after the devastation in Mayfield, veteran Shawn Triplett, 38, rushed to town to see how he could be of […]

Joe Biden visits Kentucky and pledges ‘whatever it takes’ to assist tornado victims

President Joe Biden on Wednesday pledged to do “whatever it takes, as long as it takes” to help Kentucky and other states after a series of deadly tornadoes that he said left a trail of unimaginable devastation. “You will recover and rebuild,” he said. “The scope and scale of this destruction is almost beyond belief,” […]

Kentucky Death Toll Estimate to Drop as Company Announces 90 Workers Alive

Everyone’s hopes for a lower death toll in Kentucky came true on Sunday night as the candle factory—where 110 workers were working an overnight shift on Friday as a deadly twister hit—announced that it has been able to reach 90 survivors. The company’s HR staff worked through the night Saturday into Sunday to call the […]

Kentucky tornado toll less than feared at factory

Dozens of people in several Kentucky counties are still believed to have died in the storms, but Beshear, after saying Sunday morning the state’s toll could exceed 100, said that afternoon it might be as low as 50. “We are praying that maybe original estimates of those we have lost were wrong. If so, it’s […]

FACT CHECK: Biden Claims Kentucky Tornado Linked to ‘Climate Change’

CLAIM: The devastating Kentucky tornado is the result of a warmer climate, which is making storms more frequent. VERDICT: UNCERTAIN. Scientists do not actually know if there is a correlation between storms and a warmer climate. President Joe Biden could not let a tragedy go by — even one of the worst tornadoes in living […]

At least 50 are killed by tornadoes in Kentucky’s deadliest storm in a century: Twisters rip through Mississippi Valley ‘shredding’ nursing home and destroying Amazon warehouse

[embedded content] At least 50 people are thought to have been killed in Kentucky, and there are multiple fatalities at an Amazon distribution center in Illinois, after at least 24 tornadoes ripped across the South and Midwest of the US on Friday. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear estimated the toll would ‘exceed 50’ but could reach 100 after […]

It’s Kentucky straight in Lexington City Hall

The Lexington mayor isn’t the only one in town with purist ideals about nonpartisan politics. Gorton was elected in 2018 after her opponent, a former Lexington police chief and public safety commissioner, sent mailers to voters boasting he was “the only Democrat running for mayor.” But the mailer, which also highlighted Gorton’s “Republican roots,” backfired. […]

Medical Center in Kentucky Terminates Nurse Against Her Will for NOT Being Vaccinated

» There’s a New Grifter in Town – Steven Cambian interviews Anjali.Today at 10:38 am by PurpleSkyz » Medical Center in Kentucky Terminates Nurse Against Her Will for NOT Being VaccinatedToday at 10:33 am by PurpleSkyz » Earth Passes Directly Between Neptune and Our Sun – Neptune At Opposition Sept. 14, 2021Today at 10:28 am by PurpleSkyz » Clif High – Woo […]

Joe Rogan Bounces Back From COVID To Win Kentucky Derby

CHURCHILL DOWNS, KY—Ater making quick work of COVID thanks to wonder drug Ivermectin, Joe Rogan shocked the sporting world when he ran onto the track of the Kentucky Derby and outpaced every horse to win the competition by half a length. “I don’t know what came over me,” snorted Rogan as he took a victory lap. […]

Protests Erupt in Tennessee and Kentucky over Mask Mandates and Forced Vaccinations

Protests erupted in Tennessee and Kentucky on Tuesday over school mask mandates and forced vaccinations. “We want to have our own right and have our own decision to decide to wear a mask or not. That’s why I’m here today and that’s the right that I have to make that for my child as a […]

Kentucky Hospital Counters Media’s False Narrative That They’re Overwhelmed With Child Covid Cases

Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kentucky pushed back against the media’s hysterical narrative that their hospital had “hit capacity” due to child covid cases by pointing out that most of their child patients have respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), not covid, and they have “plenty of capacity” to see kids in outpatient settings. “Children’s Mercy hits capacity […]

Kentucky Rep. Introduces Bill To Stop Mandatory Vaccines For Military

Following indications that the US Army is set to make COVID vaccinations mandatory for all service members, Kentucky representative Thomas Massie has introduced legislation to block the effort. As we reported yesterday, an Army Times report noted “The Army has directed commands to prepare to administer mandatory COVID-19 vaccines as early as Sept. 1, pending […]

David Cohen could become the 1st Jewish jockey to win the Kentucky Derby

The odds are long that David Cohen can become the first Jewish jockey to win a Kentucky Derby. Cohen’s horse, Keepmeinmind, is a 50-1 shot in the early line for Saturday’s Triple Crown race at Churchill Downs in Louisville. But don’t bet against the 36-year-old rider, who has won some 1,560 races and earned nearly […]

Kentucky AG Cameron: Biden, Dems Trying to ‘Throw Fuel on the Fire’ of Racial Tension

During this week’s broadcast of “Sunday Morning Futures” on Fox News Channel, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron sounded off on President Joe Biden calling systemic racism a “stain on our nation’s soul.” His remarks came in the wake of former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict in the killing of George Floyd. Cameron pushed […]

Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor death

“This is meaningful change,” Beshear said. “It will save lives, and it will move us in the right direction. I know more needs to be done. I know the fight is not over.” Members of the Taylor family stood behind the governor during the bill signing, at Louisville’s Kentucky Center for African American Heritage. Taylor’s […]

Daily Mail Reports on How Renegade Was Secretly Training Kentucky Law Enforcement

This story is pretty incredible. Unbeknownst to us, a Kentucky Dept. of Justice staffer had liked our opioid documentary so much that he lifted 6 minutes of it, including the Sonnenrad logo, and put it into a training video for Kentucky LEOs. From Daily Mail: The investigation by the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet found that the […]

Party in Kentucky compares vaccination passports to yellow stars

Political activists, including Rep. Madison Cawthorn and a member of the US Holocaust Memorial Council, are comparing the idea of “vaccine passports” to Nazi Germany, with many invoking the yellow Stars of David that Nazis forced Jews to wear during the Holocaust. Vaccine passports refer to documentation that would allow those who have been vaccinated […]

Kentucky Becomes First US state to Adopt IHRA Anti-Semitism Definition

(JTA) — For the first time, a U.S. state has officially adopted a definition of anti-Semitism that has ignited debates worldwide over the extent to which criticism of Israel should be considered anti-Semitic. Lawmakers in Kentucky voted to adopt the definition developed by the International Holocaust Remembrance Association, known as IHRA, on Wednesday as part […]

Kentucky becomes first U.S. state to adopt IHRA antisemitism definition

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Kentucky to become first US state to adopt IHRA definition of antisemitism

In a historic moment, both bodies of the Kentucky Assembly on Thursday unanimously passed a state resolution to condemn antisemitism as defined by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), calling on public officials to confront antisemitism and Jew-hatred.  The recognition comes after a series of antisemitic incidents across the Bluegrass State in the past year, […]

Breonna Taylor Grand Jurors File Petition Against Kentucky Attorney General

By Celine Castronuovo, The Hill. January 25, 2021 Three grand jurors from the investigation into the police raid that killed 26-year-old Breonna Taylor are now calling for Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) to be impeached over allegations that he mishandled the case.  The jurors on Friday filed a petition with the state House of Representatives, arguing that Cameron breached […]

Kentucky Teen Abandoned as Newborn Advocating for Safe Haven Baby Boxes

<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> (LEX 18) — Louisville teenager, Isabella Lamkin, is advocating to bring Safe Haven Baby Boxes to Kentucky. Safe Haven Baby Boxes allow a parent to surrender their child safely, securely, and anonymously if they cannot take care of the newborn. They are installed at […]

Chabad in Kentucky to see increased security after attack during menorah lighting

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Assault reported at Chabad menorah-lighting in Kentucky

A Chabad center in Lexington, Kentucky, will see increased police presence for the rest of Hanukkah after an assault during one of the community’s public menorah lightings. A driver directed antisemitic language at people lighting the menorah outside Chabad of the Bluegrass, police told the local TV station. When someone from the community tried to […]

Snow leopard at Kentucky zoo tests positive for coronavirus

All three showed mild symptoms and are being monitored closely, but are expected to make full recoveries, the Louisville Zoo said in a statement. No other animals were showing symptoms, the zoo said. The cats were likely infected by an asymptomatic staff member, despite precautions that included caretakers wearing personal protective equipment, officials said. The […]

December 7 2020 – In Plain Sight With Jeremy From Kentucky

December 7 2020 – In Plain Sight With Jeremy From KentuckyTHE ACH SHOW On December 7 2020, Andy from EFR appeared as a guest on In Plain Sight with Jeremy from Kentucky. We had a great show together in which we covered a variety of topics affecting all of us today. Click Here For The […]

Kentucky Police Training Slideshow Quoted Hitler

Above photo: Title slide in the slideshow. Advocates ‘ruthless’ violence. UPDATE, 4:15 PM: Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear responded to this story with the following statement: “This is absolutely unacceptable. It is further unacceptable that I just learned about this through social media. We will collect all the facts and take immediate corrective action.” UPDATE, 5:15 […]

Thousands Demand Justice for Breonna Taylor Outside Kentucky Derby

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — An airplane circled above Churchill Downs on Saturday, flying a banner behind it: “Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor,” it said. The 146th Kentucky Derby became a surreal distillation of the crises facing the country in 2020, in the hometown of Taylor, a 26-year-old Black emergency medical technician shot dead […]

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