Man Wearing a 'Trump' Shirt Found Harassing Muslims Outside Mosque Where Christchurch Massacre Took Place
An unidentified man wearing a Donald Trump T-shirt "yelled abuse at members of the Muslim community" gathered at Masjid Al Noor Mosque, one of the mosques targeted in the Christchurch terror attack, according to stuff.co.nz. More than 40 of the 50 victims murdered by a white supremacist during last month's terror attack died there.
"He was there for about 15 minutes, he also kicked and tried to damage some of the memorial items along Deans Ave in front of the Masjid,” said one person who witnessed the incident. Others who were at the scene said the man shouted obscenities, accused all Muslims of being terrorists, and demanded that they "leave" New Zealand.
Tucker Carlson Called Parents of Parkland Shooting Victims 'Demagogues' and 'a Mob' and One of them Just Responded
In an appearance on Fox News Tucker Carlson Tonight, Carlson and guest Dana Loesch of the National Rifle Association (NRA) resurrected footage from February 2018 to attack the victims of the mass murder at a Parkland, Florida high school.
Jordan Uhl of MoveOn.org shared the Fox News footage on Twitter after it aired, tagging several of the young gun violence prevention advocates that appeared in the clip.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Just Said What We're All Thinking About 'Thoughts and Prayers' After New Zealand's Deadly Mosque Attacks
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) criticized the National Rifle Association (NRA) after at least 49 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers in Christchurch, New Zealand.
"What good are your thoughts and prayers when they don't keep the pews safe?" wrote the freshman Congresswoman, directly referencing the deadly shootings at a Charleston, South Carolina church, a Pittsburgh synagogue and a Sutherland Springs, Texas church.
One of the Founders of Google Is Trying to Make Flying Taxis a Reality, and He Just Unveiled His Latest Prototype
If you’ve ever watched the 1960s futuristic cartoon The Jetsons, you’ve seen Google co-founder Larry Page’s basic vision for flying taxis. It takes off and lands like a helicopter and flies horizontally with a passenger on board—except George Jetson still had to steer. After several years of quiet development, Page has unveiled the self-driving, electric prototype in New Zealand and plans to bring service-for-hire to the public.
Behind the Curtain of the Secret Flying Taxi
Page, now CEO of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is operating this project by personally financing a company called Kitty Hawk. The company is working to improve the prototype of autonomous flying vehicles, known as Cora, so people could rent similar vehicles for transport.