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Project Veritas released the second video of its undercover Covid-19 vaccine investigative series on Wednesday.

Part 2 exposes a U.S. Food and Drug Administration [FDA] official calling for forced vaccinations of Black people.

According to the CDC, over 70% of Black New Yorkers are unvaccinated.

Project Veritas went undercover to record FDA economist, Taylor Lee, calling for forced vaccinations of Black people and keeping a "registry" for all unvaccinated Americans.
 
READ ALSO: Pfizer CEO Blames Russia For Vaccine Hesitancy Among Black People
 
In the video, Lee said U.S. Government policy should be similar to Nazi Germany when it comes to forcing people to take the vaccine.

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Lee said health officials should go door-to-door forcing vaccines on people who are hesitant or fearful.

"Census goes door-to-door if you don't respond. So, we have the infrastructure to do it. I mean, it'll cost a ton of money. But I think, at that point, I think there needs to be a registry of people who aren't vaccinated. Although that's sounding very [much like Nazi] Germany."

He also suggested blowing vaccine-filled darts at Black people who don't comply.

"I think that a lot of the time -- so there's also this issue of -- I remember reading about how with Covid trials, they were having an issue recruiting African American people. It was because of a different medication the government tried to do that was specifically designed to kill African Americans."

Veritas Journalist: "Yeah. Can't blame [African Americans]."

Lee: "I can't. But at the same time, like, blow dart. That's where we're going... Again, blow darts. It is the perfect answer."

In Part 1 of the Covid vaccination series, an undercover nurse working for the federal government recorded an HHS doctor saying the vaccine "is full of sh-t."

Part 1 garnered over 4 million views in less than 24 hours on YouTube.com. It was scrubbed from Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Watch both videos below.
 

 

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A top border official criticized White House secretary Jen Psaki for her reaction to horrendous photos of border agents on horseback corralling Haitian migrants.

Border agents on horseback chased down frightened Haitian immigrants in Del Rio, Texas on Sunday.

The border agents have since been assigned to desk duty by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

About 15,000 immigrants who migrated to Texas from South America and Mexico were living in squalor under the Del Rio international bridge at the US-Mexico border.

Reportedly, the border agents were ordered to round up the migrants for deportation back to Haiti.

When asked about the shameful behavior of the border agents, Psaki said the videos were "horrible to watch," and condemned the agents' actions.

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Psaki and other Democrats claimed the agents were "whipping" the Haitian migrants.

However, Border Patrol agent and head of the National Border Patrol Council, Brandon Judd lashed out at Psaki for "perpetuating the narrative that police are bad."

Judd claims Psaki and the Biden administration knew the border agents were not whipping people with their reins.

He said it is protocol for agents to "twirl" their reins to keep people away from the horses.

"There are very few things that will boil my blood as bad as the White House directly coming out and condemning an action before they know what happened," Judd told Just the News.

"Jen Psaki came out yesterday, and she condemned these actions, when in reality, it is a legitimate law enforcement action. This was meant to protect the illegal aliens."

Judd said agents are trained for crowd control by the Homeland Security Department to "twirl the reins" so humans aren't trampled by the horses.

"We have to keep those individuals away from the horses. If they get too close to the horses, the horses could step on them and they could break bones. They could kick them. They can get kicked in the head. It could cause death."

 

 

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A group of women from Texas assaulted a NYC restaurant hostess after she asked them to provide proof of Covid-19 before eating there.

The incident occurred at Carmine's on the Upper West Side when the hostess asked to see their vaccine cards. The brawl was captured on cellphone video and uploaded to Twitter.com.

Proof of vaccination is required to dine at any New York City restaurant, per mayor Bill de Blasio.

The women took offense when the hostess asked them for proof of vaccines to eat inside.

The unidentified hostess was repeatedly punched by the three women, ages 21, 44 and 49. Bystanders broke up the brawl just as police arrived.

The three women were taken into custody and transported to NYPD's 24th precinct station, according to NBC News.

It is not clear if they were charged. The women are reportedly tourists visiting from Texas.

New York City is the first major U.S. city to ask residents to show proof of vaccination to enter restaurants and gyms. Any business that fails to comply could face a fine up $1,000 per violation.

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Antoine Dodson, best known for going viral in 2010 after he declared "Hide yo kids, hide yo wife" in a news interview -- is mourning the death of his mother.

Antoine tells TMZ that his mom, Jennifer, died Sunday at a hospital in Decatur, Alabama. Antoine said her death came as a shock because he thought she was doing better after recent health issues.

Antoine says his mom began having problems with her leg around the time he became Internet famous. Her leg was amputated a few months ago. An infection set in and she was transferred to the ICU, but Antoine says she was getting better, according to TMZ.

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Sadly, Jennifer took a turn for the worse and Antoine got the call on Sept. 12 that his mom had passed. He tells TMZ doctors believe she died of heart failure.

Antoine, 35, is asking for donations to cover his mother's funeral expenses. He says because of the pandemic, he's strapped for cash and really needs help.

Antoine created a GoFundMe account to raise cash. As of Friday morning, over $6,000 was raised of his $9,000 goal.

He wrote in the summary:

"I'm not in a financial position to put my mom to rest and so I'm asking for your help, even if you can't I appreciate all the love and support coming, God bless us all!! Thank you."

Antoine renounced his homosexuality in 2013 and disappeared from the limelight.
 

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Remember when you were a child and your mother used a fake/different voice when talking to strangers than she did when talking to you?

Kim Kardashian's eight-year-old daughter North West hilariously called out her mom for using a "different" voice on social media.

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North - who Kim shares with estranged husband Kanye West - interrupted her mother's make-up video on Instagram with a hilarious question about her influencer voice.

"Why do you talk different?" North asked.

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Kim, who was caught off guard by the child's honest question, responded:

"For my videos I'm the same human being. I don't talk different. How do I talk different? Guys, do you think I talk different when I'm talking about contour?"

North and her 9-year-old cousin Penelope Disick both agreed she did talk differently on camera.

Kim - who also has son Saint, 5, daughter Chicago, three, and son Psalm, 2, with Kanye - asked the precocious pair how she sounds, and North gave an over-the-top impression of her voice, while Penelope giggled.

Her niece nodded when the 40-year-old reality star asked: "Is that how I sound Penelope?"

Watch the video here.

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A viral TikTok video shows a shoplifting attempt fail spectacularly after the alleged shoplifter was left behind by her getaway driver.

The video clip shows the alleged shoplifter with a rack full of Nike pants from a Hibbett Sports store at the Edwardsville Marketplace in Illinois.

The alleged shoplifter is seen pounding on the car window and yelling for the getaway driver to unlock the door.

The getaway driver abandons his accomplice after spotting a police officer arriving in the parking lot.

The woman threw down the rack of pants and attempted to flee on foot but the cop gave chase and slapped the cuffs on her.

The hilarious video garnered over 2.6 million likes on TikTok.

The video is captioned: "Wait for it... When shoplifters take ALL the Nike but forget to unlock the door."

Watch the video below.
 

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NeNe Leakes revealed her husband Gregg Leakes is "transitioning to the other side" in his battle with cancer.

The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star clapped back at a customer who called her "rude" at her Linnethia lounge in Duluth.

NeNe, real name Linnethia Monique Leakes, was upset after a customer called her "rude" for not wishing her a happy birthday.

In the video footage obtained by Instagram blog OnSite, NeNe can be heard wishing the patron a "happy birthday" before saying she didn't realize she would grab the mic that night.

"I want to be at peace. If you see me, you see my son, Okay, give us a lot of love. My husband is transitioning to the other side. You don't know what we're dealing with right now. We walked in this lounge because we had to walk in this lounge because this is our business.

"So, when people approach and say, 'You're rude because you don't want to say happy birthday,' my husband is at home dying. I don't want to say 'happy birthday,' okay?"

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NeNe, 53, revealed in June that Gregg - who was first diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2018 - was battling the disease again after going into remission.
 
READ ALSO: NeNe Leakes’ husband home from hospital following stage 3 colon cancer treatment
 
Colon cancer disproportionately affects Black people who are 40% more likely to die from it.

Last month, the TV personality canceled a planned gig hosting "The Talk." She explained she'd received happy news that Gregg was being discharged from the hospital after undergoing a surgical procedure.

"I was suppose to be hosting The Talk today. But I got good news that Gregg was coming home after being hospitalized 6 weeks."

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NeNe admitted she is going through a "difficult" time, and her 67-year-old husband is "different".

She described a condition called cachexia (wasting syndrome) which means a patient loses fat and muscle mass due to atrophy after being bedridden. Unlike normal weight loss, cachexia is not reversible.

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Speaking in a recent Instagram Live, she said:

"He's super small. If you've ever been around somebody who's had cancer before, he's different. He's different.

"I'd love for everybody to pray for Gregg, that would be beautiful. Pray for his strength. And pray for me, too."

The couple married in 1997 but divorced in 2011. They remarried in a televised wedding in 2013.
 

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Have you ever wondered why so many American women are single or can't keep a man? Then you see women in other cultures who are booed up or married for years, and you wonder why her?

The reason is simple. Most women who are married or in long term relationships are submissive to their men.

Being submissive is not easy. It takes maturity and a lot of discipline.

A TikTok video featuring an Alpha male is going viral. In the video, the Alpha male tells women the truth and they can't handle it.

The Twitter user who posted the video captioned it: "...This scary asf."

She probably believes a man should shower her with attention, buy her bags and shoes, pay her bills - and all she has to do is look pretty.

Check out the videos below.

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A woman who could be Cardi B's twin responds to a video that went viral on social media this week.

The woman from New York, named Ashley, was sitting in a stylist's chair when her stylist made the comparison.

Ashley does bear an uncanny resemblance to Cardi B - right down to the rapper's raccoon eyes (dark circles).

The stylist posted a video of her client on Instagram with the caption: "'6' frontal wig install with soft layers & curls. My client is @iamcardib twin lol."

Ashley's photos were shared on Twitter with the caption: "i've never seen someone look SO MUCH like someone else and not be related to them.... wtf?!?!!!"

The video and photos went viral as fans noticed the resemblance. Some began referring to Ashley as "Cardi C" or "Cardi D."

Ashley responded to the viral video, telling Allure that she's been compared to Cardi since 2015. She says she doesn't understand why people think she looks like the rapper.

Ashley swears she doesn't go out of her way to look like Cardi.

"Everywhere I go, [I hear] 'she looks like Cardi B.' They'll say it under their breath, and I'll hear it. I literally try to look every time somebody says it, but I don't see it."

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TikTok is removing all "Milk Crate Challenge" videos from its platform amid reports of serious injuries including one woman in critical condition.

The crate challenge trend has amassed 15.3 million views on the platform. The challenge involves people climbing a crate pyramid without losing their balance and falling.

TikTok is heeding the advice of orthopedic doctors and health agencies warning of possible life-threatening injuries.

In a statement on Monday, TikTok responded to the viral craze, referring to the trend as "glorifies dangerous acts."

"TikTok prohibits content that promotes or glorifies dangerous acts, and we remove videos and redirect searches to our Community Guidelines to discourage such content. We encourage everyone to exercise caution in their behavior whether online or off."

While the videos have been removed from TikTok, other platforms, including Instagram and Twitter, have allowed the videos.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) responded to Conan O'Brien's tweet asking for FDA approval before he tries the viral trend.

The FDA tweeted:

"Although we regulate milk, we can't recommend you try that. Perhaps enjoy a nice glass of 2% and return all those crates to the grocery store?"

The Louisiana Health Department told WVLA that hospitals are filled with Covid-19 patients.

"Our hospitals are filled with COVID-19 patients, pushing staff to their limits to provide lifesaving care. Please stay safe. Your local hospital may not be able to help you if you get hurt."

The Baltimore City Health Department took a similar stance.

"With COVID-19 hospitalizations rising around the country, please check with your local hospital to see if they have a bed available for you, before attempting the #milkcratechallenge."