Mazars accountants stop vouching for Trump organization’s financial statements

New York 02/15/22, 12:47

Consultants questioned the integrity of financial records from hundreds of businesses owned by the former president on Feb. 9. Mazars USA declared Trump Organization financial statements from the past decade cannot be "relied on." "Statements of financial condition for Donald J. Trump for the years ending June 30, 2011–June 30, 2020, should ...

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez curses at Congress’s inner workings

New York 02/15/22, 12:22

A democratic socialist from New York profanely criticized the way federal politics operates. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez openly cursed at U.S. Congress's inner workings, and the lawmaking process, for poor planning and missed opportunities. "Honestly, it is a [expletive] show, it is scandalizing every single day [and] ... it never stops being scandalizing," ...

Omicron isn’t going to stop us, says Mayor Adams

News 01/21/22, 13:45

“Let’s be clear on this—we are winning, we are going to win because we’re resilient.” the mayor stated at a press conference at the City Hall. Mayor Eric Adams declared on Tuesday, Jan. 18, that New York City was winning the battle against the Omicron virus outbreak, saying that, while the ...

Former Democratic NYC mayor de Blasio rules out race for governor

New York 01/19/22, 15:39

New York City's previous mayor will not run for office at the gubernatorial election on Nov. 8. Bill de Blasio has ruled out any immediate tilt for New York state governor. The Democrat will devote his time to combating inequality instead. "No, I am not going to be running for governor of ...

NYC Mayor-elect: ‘We can’t shut down our city again’

News 01/01/22, 03:48

New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams has outlined his plan to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, which is worsening amid a surge in cases driven by the Omicron variant, vowing that he will not let the city shut down again. "We can't shut down our city again. We can't allow the city to ...

NYC school separates students by race for ‘equality’

New York 11/29/21, 16:46

A Manhattan high school separated students based on race for an equal opportunity discussion, on Nov. 23 and 24. Multiple parents complained about Lower Manhattan Community School's move to segregate 7th and 8th graders due to skin color. The stunt was hypocritically intended to illustrate class exercises on "social justice" and ...

Severe thunderstorm, hail and potential tornado hits NYC

New York 11/14/21, 17:02

A dangerous storm swept across New York City on Nov. 13. Quarter-sized hail, winds and a possible tornado were reported across the Big Apple's five boroughs. A fast-moving storm cell brought high winds and knocked down trees in Lynbrook, Long Island. Heavy rain, hail, and powerful winds reached as far as New ...

Dealers openly sell marijuana in busy NYC park

New York 10/26/21, 15:27

Drug traffickers reportedly sold illegal cannabis at a bustling Manhattan park, even though sales will remain illegal for months. The New York Post published several photos of tables filled with pre-rolled joints and pot jars at Washington Square Park on Oct. 24. The encompassing Greenwich Village was full of visitors, locals, ...

As many as 150,000 students are not returning to schools in New York

New York 10/11/21, 01:43

According to a report, more than 100,000 students have been missing their in-person learning education since the new school year started in New York. In Brooklyn alone, the number of students not going to schools was estimated to range between 150,000 to 180,000, say some officials, according to the New York ...

Pregnant celebrity Jennifer Lawrence joins pro-abortion rally

New York 10/04/21, 19:33

One of the world's highest paid movie stars openly supported killing unborn babies while expecting a baby herself on Oct 2. Jennifer Lawrence joined a pro-abortion rally in New York City. The visibly pregnant actress shared photos of herself next to fellow rally attendee and comedian Amy Schumer. The pair can be ...

NYC teachers will photograph students not wearing masks or social distancing

New York 09/27/21, 18:35

New York's largest public school union wants teachers to report students who are unmasked or stand too close. The United Federation of Teachers's (UFT's) student quarantine issues form lets educators attach photos and other evidence of potential pandemic restriction breaches on school property. UFT claims the measure is necessary to comply with ...

Brazil president has to eat pizza on NYC sidewalk due to vaccine mandate

New York 09/22/21, 18:04

Foreign delegates to an intergovernmental organization were forced to eat on a New York City street due to their vaccination status on Sept. 21. A photo went viral on the internet, showing Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro and company eating pizza slices and drinking Coca-Cola on a busy sidewalk. The United Nations General ...

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