Nick covers Election Results from last night’s race.
Eric Schmitt won his spot in the U.S. Senate race. Schmitt won the majority by 44% of the vote.
Lincoln Hough beat out Angela Romine for State Senate District 30 seat. Hough took 56% of the vote, while Romine received 43% of the vote.
The District 137 race between Thomas Barr and Darin Chappell is still too close to call. The Missouri Secretary of State website reports that Darin Chappell took 3,519 votes (50.831%), while Barr received 3,404 (49.169%) of the vote. Darin is currently in the lead with 115 votes.
CNN responded much differently when President Biden took out terrorist Ayman al-Zawahiri, versus when President Trump took out terrorist mastermind Gen. Qasem Soleimani.
- Only Some Terrorist Takedowns Are Unifying (Townhall)
Vox senior editor Ian Millhiser recently bragged on Twitter that he had been daydreaming about the death of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, tweeting out a “prewritten obituary” for the judge.
- ‘Sick’ journalist fantasizes about Alito’s death, composes ‘prewritten obituary’ for Supreme Court justice (Fox News)
A Kansas woman attacked a teenage pro-life canvasser when the student knocked on her door Sunday.
- Teenage pro-life activist allegedly punched in the face while knocking on doors in Kansas (Fox News)
Project Veritas released a newly leaked document today provided by an FBI whistleblower, which shows how the Bureau classifies American citizens it deems to be potential “Militia Violent Extremists” [MVEs].
A mother is accusing a Chuck E. Cheese mascot of racial discrimination on social media, claiming the mascot “purposely” ignored her black daughter.
Over the weekend, Houston’s Democrat Mayor Sylvester Turner held a gun buyback event in a church parking lot where residents could turn in their firearms and receive a gift card ranging from $50 to $200 with no questions asked.
One man showed up to the buyback with dozens of 3D-printed firearms, and Houston authorities had no choice but to accept them and hand over gift cards in return. The real kicker: it only cost the man $3 to print each firearm, of which he made 62, and received $50 per 3D-printed gun for a total of nearly $3,000 in gift cards.
A transgender cheerleader was kicked out of summer cheer camp at Ranger College in Texas after being accused of choking a teammate over “transphobic” words.