Posts Tagged ‘Miami’

Miami Beach Police rolls out world’s first Rolls-Royce police car

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Biden to visit Miami for campaign fundraiser

The trip will be Biden’s sixth visit to Florida as president. He last visited the Sunshine State in September to survey damage caused by Hurricane Idalia. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis skipped out on meeting Biden during that trip. Biden lost Florida to Trump in the 2020 election by more than three percentage points and his […]

FBI Arrests Miami Police Officer Accused Of Stealing Cash, Drugs During Traffic Stops

A Miami cop was arrested by the FBI after being accused of stealing drugs and money from suspects during traffic stops – some of whom turned out to be undercover agents, according to NBC Miami. Frenel Cenat, 40, was arrested on Thursday on charges which include attempted Hobbs Act extortion, theft of government funds, and […]

Five takeaways from the GOP debate in Miami

Five Republican White House candidates faced off in Miami on Wednesday in the third GOP presidential debate, a day after the party suffered key losses in states like Kentucky, Ohio and Virginia. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, entrepreneur Vivek Ramasamy, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and South… […]

WATCH: Messi unveiled during thunderstorm at Inter Miami

Lionel Messi greets his new Inter Miami fans and is hailed by the club’s owner as “America’s number ten” at a damp but celebratory unveiling event. Source

DeSantis Signs Bill to End Miami-Dade Ban on Pit Bulls

Pit bulls must be allowed to maul children to death in order to fight “breed discrimination.” From WFSU, “Florida is rolling back dog breed restrictions at the local level”: Miami-Dade County’s decades-long ban on pit bulls is set to end this fall under a new state law that lifts all local dog breed, size and […]

Mozart: The Abduction From the Seraglio Overture | Miami University Symphony Orchestra

Mozart’s overture, The Abduction from the Seraglio, performed by the Miami University Symphony Orchestra Ricardo Averbach, Music Director Oct. 15, 2022 Hall Auditorium Credit: Miami University Symphony Orchestra – https://www.youtube.com/@miamiuniversitysymphonyorc5520 _ Follow EpochTV on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Truth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV * Click the “Save” […]

Black Violence at Spring Break in Miami Beach Addressed by Black Panelists

While they are finally addressing the elephant in the room, they are making excuses for how it got there and why it got so big. Source

Novak Djokovic denied US visa to play in Miami Open, due to no COVID vaccine

Top-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic has been denied entry to the United States, where he was hoping to play in the upcoming Miami Open tournament.  American authorities currently require anyone arriving in the country to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, but it is possible to apply for an exemption. In March, Djokovis applied for a […]

The Quieter Side of Miami’s South Beach

Although South Beach thrums with lively bars and trendy restaurants, especially along Ocean Drive, the iconic Miami Beach hotspot harbors a quieter—but far from boring—side. On a recent visit to family, we explored South Beach’s northern section, which blooms with stunning water views, al fresco dining, Art Deco buildings and street art, all touched with […]

Miami mocked for Africa-themed Ford Police interceptor for Black History Month: ‘THIS CANNOT BE’

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Miami Heat Announcer Michael Baiamonte Demands More Gun Control, Urges Fans to Call Senators

On Wednesday night the Miami Heat announcer Michael Baiamonte referenced the heinous attack on Robb Elementary School and urged fans to call their Senators and demand “commonsense gun laws.”

Report: Dolphin Attacks Trainer at Miami Seaquarium

A spectator filmed the moment a dolphin attacked a trainer at Seaquarium in Miami, Florida, during a show Saturday. 

Tennis Players Unable To Finish Miami Open Quarter-Finals

The tennis world has been left stunned after both favourites Paula Badosa and Jannik Sinner retired from their Miami Open quarter finals. Badosa, the soon to be World No.3, was in tears as she was forced to bow out of the quarter-final after not feeling well against American Jessica Pegula. BYPASS THE CENSORS Sign up […]

Greek-American with MS Fights for Handicapped Access in Miami Springs

Greek-American Theodore Karantsalis, a retired librarian and journalist, is suing Miami Springs, Florida for its lack of curb access and handicapped parking spaces. Credit: Floridabulldog.org A Greek-American man who has multiple sclerosis and who must use a wheelchair is fighting a war for handicapped access that most believe was decided long ago with the passage […]

Shen Yun’s Spirituality Pleases Miami Audience

MIAMI—Michael Moore was searching for spirituality when he came to see Shen Yun Performing Arts at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. Mr. Moore’s quest was successful. “It seems like it put you in touch with your inner spirit,” he said. Ms. Moore and his wife, Lynn, are owners of Air […]

AOC Seen Partying Maskless at Miami Drag Bar amid Controversy

The openly socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) appears to have brushed off critics of her New Year’s escape to Florida as her home state undergoes a surge in coronavirus cases by allegedly partying maskless at a drag bar in Miami. Posted Sunday by Florida’s Conservative Voice, the video appeared to show the maskless congresswoman being welcomed […]

AOC Claims Ron DeSantis Kidnapped Her And Held Her Hostage In Miami And Now She Is Dead

AOC Claims Ron DeSantis Kidnapped Her And Held Her Hostage In Miami And Now She Is Dead NEW YORK, NY—After photos emerged of AOC in South Florida enjoying brunch free of COVID restrictions and without wearing a mask, the congresswoman quickly clarified that she had actually been taken to Florida against her will by Governor Ron DeSantis.  […]

Forty-Eight Aboard Cruise Ship Docked in Miami Test Positive for Coronavirus

Forty-eight guests and crew aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked at Port Miami recently tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the cruise line. “The Symphony of the Seas docked at PortMiami on Saturday with the confirmed cases out of 6.091 people on board the vessel, according to a statement issued Sunday,” WSVN reported. […]

Miami Defenders Rally For Release Of Venezuelan Diplomat Alex Saab

Above photo: Provided by author. On Sunday, October 24, representatives from more than six independent activist groups led by the Bolivarian Circle of Miami joined forces at the foot of the statue of Latin American hero, Simon Bolivar, in the Miami Torch of Friendship Park, to demand Venezuelan Ambassador Alex Saab’s immediate release from U.S. […]

Miami Democrat upends Florida governor’s race

Taddeo, who had been hinting at a run for months, said that “what ultimately pushed me over the edge” was DeSantis’ battle with local school districts over Covid-19 policies, including his push to ban mask mandates. “When the governor decided to politicize our kids health and well-being that was one thing too much,” said Taddeo, […]

Alex Saab To Appear Today Before A Judge In Miami

Above Photo: Federal Detention Center where Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab is probably being held in Miami, USA. EFE / Ivonne Malaver. On the afternoon of Monday, October 18, Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab will appear before a judge in Miami, United States, after having been illegally extradited from Cape Verde. This action has been classified by […]

Miami building collapse: Officials announce ‘no chance of life’ as dozens remain unaccounted for

Rescue teams at the site of a Miami building collapse shifted to a recovery effort on Wednesday evening after authorities said there was “no chance of life”. “We have all asked God for a miracle, so the decision to transition from rescue to recovery is an extremely difficult one,” Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said […]

Standing portion of Miami building demolished in controlled explosion as storm Elsa approaches

The precarious, still-standing portion of a collapsed South Florida condo building has been demolished in a series of controlled explosions. The decision to carry out the operation came amid mounting concerns that the damaged structure was at risk of falling, endangering search and rescue crews below – and preventing them from operating in some areas. […]

Why is the IDF on the Scene of the Disaster in Miami?

Does the United States not have enough rescue workers that we need to have benevolent jewish supremacists come in to help us inept goyim? This appears to be normalizing israelis acting in an official capacity on American soil. Perhaps they are also there to cover up evidence. Link Share now! Source

Miami-Dade mayor: We dearly hope collapse was ‘an anomaly’

She told Chuck Todd of NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday that since Hurricane Andrew hit the area in 1992, buildings have been built and inspected up to a certain code. The 13-story Champlain Towers South, which collapsed around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, was built in 1981. Once more information becomes available, Levine Cava said, “we […]

Miami building collapse: Engineer warned of ‘major structural damage’ three years ago

An engineer’s report found evidence of “major structural damage” at a residential condominium complex near Miami three years before its fatal collapse earlier this week. Rescue teams are working around the clock to search for survivors at the site of the Champlain Towers South condominium complex in Surfside, Florida. At least 159 people are missing […]

Victims in Miami Condo Collapse Came From Around the World

MIAMI—A Filipino-American who loved to play the piano and her Chilean husband lived on the 10th floor of the building. One flight down were Cuban immigrant grandparents who had dreamed of retiring at the beach. And just a week ago, a young Paraguayan arrived to work as a nanny. The Champlain Towers South condominium was […]

Manhunt in Miami Continues for 3 Shooters

A manhunt continued into Memorial Day for three masked suspects who opened fire early Sunday morning outside a Miami banquet hall, killing two men and wounding 21 others, in a shooting authorities said had spread terror and grief through their communities. That anguish was reinforced Monday by a grieving father who interrupted a news conference […]

Antisemitism rises among Hispanic Miami’s right wing, activists warn

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