Trump threatens OPEC, predicts aggressive bids of $9/barrel of oil; $0.99/gallon at pump

President Trump said that in a bidding war, because of the glut of reserve, aggressive bids could go as low as $9/barrel.
He also suggested prices at the pump could drop to $0.99/gallon in the U.S.

City councilman incited BLM riot during COVID-19 shutdown in Newburgh, N.Y. after police shooting

Newburgh residents rioted after a city councilman-at-large, Omari Shakur, incited a violent crowd. The councilman targeted police in videos on social media, saying “an unarmed black man” was shot and killed by police, who he called “pigs,” and said are “killers.”

Walmart Joins List of Stores Offering Special Shopping Hours for Seniors

Walmart became the latest grocer to announce special shopping hours for senior citizens and others who are most vulnerable to COVID-19. 

Pa medical marijuana shops remain open, operating curbside pickup; State liquor stores are closed indefinitely

A line of vehicles wrapped around the block as some medical marijuana dispensaries remain open to PA’s 147,000 registered patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
The state run liquor stores however have closed indefinitely in accordance with the governor’s orders. Beer distributors remain open. ​

Oprah talks COVID-19; Journalist alleges medication ‘Adrenochrome’ used by Tom Hanks; Bill Gates’ private medical network overtaken by “white hats”

Revelations about COVID-19 allegedly link celebrities to an elite network that harvests the hemostatic medication adrenochrom. However, mainstream sources are calling the revelations “debunked conspiracy theories,” and describe Corkin’s sources as ”right wing extremists.”

Trump campaign issues apology for publishing false COVID-19 information

– Trump campaign analyst Jalen Johnson falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus on Instagram.
– FoxNews contributor Michelle Malkin condemned the falsely reported COVID-19 information.
– Deputy Director of Communications for the Trump campaign Matt Wolking provided hbg100.com with a copy of Johnson’s apology ‪statement‬.
– D.C. correspondent Jack Posobiec also took notice on twitter.

Michelle Malkin condemns false COVID-19 info published by Trump campaign staffer Jalen Johnson on Instagram

A Trump campaign staffer falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus on Instagram.
FoxNews contributor Michelle Malkin tweeted on Thursday, condemning the falsely reported COVID-19 information.

‪Trump campaign analyst falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus on Instagram

Jalen Johnson falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus in a post on his Instagram page on Sunday.
When reached for comment on Monday, the man denied Johnson’s allegations stating that the he does not have the virus and the allegations are false.

AG Shapiro endorsed Hartwick’s re-election bid, now investigating his drunken joyride in County vehicle, Steelton bar fight

The intersecting roles of the elected officials has set the stage for a conflict of interest between Shapiro and Hartwick.

Conservative author fired from Philadelphia Inquirer after 17 years for tweeting

She agreed to go silent on Twitter, but soon reactivated her account against the Inquirer’s wishes, which led to her dismissal.
Christine Flowers is an immigration lawyer, a conservative columnist, and a talk radio personality in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As per her Twitter bio, she is Pro-Life, and admits that she is often mistaken for Sarah Palin.

Citizens question Commissioner’s use of Dauphin County vehicle night of public intoxication, fight at bar on Feb. 15

The commissioner was allegedly cut-off by bartender “Ruthie” at the St. Lawrence Club, who threatened to call the police on Hartwick following an altercation in the bar on Saturday Feb 15.
By 1:25 a.m. Sunday, the commissioner was intoxicated at the 7-11 store on Derry Street where he was found by police.
Hartwick’s county vehicle was left in the store’s lot for pick up later.

Lt. Gov. Fetterman defamed a Muslim family as Islamophobic on national TV after “Twitter war”

Fetterman accused Sean Guay of engaging in “Islamophobic dog whistling” in an interview with Pittsburgh Action News 4, attorney Marc Scaringi said.
“Our families don’t deserve to have to defend themselves against these attacks from the Lt. Governor,” said Guay.

Lt. Gov Twitter war spills over into competing TV news outlets: ABC27 vs. FOX43 – Who Reported First?

Local news anchors are at odds over who first reported that Lt. Governor John Fetterman unwittingly sparked an ongoing Twitter war this month.

PA Lt. Gov. Fetterman illegally blocked PA voters on Twitter, violating Freedom of Speech

A Pennsylvanian voter believes he was blocked by Fetterman to suppress critical commentary regarding the elected official, a form of viewpoint discrimination against which the First Amendment guards,” Judge James Cacheris wrote in a case involving a supervisor in Fairfax County, Va.

Gisele Fetterman voices support for Melania Trump, PennLive commenters lash out with hate

The offensive comments were not well received, and PA’s Second Lady Gisele Fetterman chimed in excoriating the body shaming of women.
According to PennLive.com, Gisele chided anyone who critiqued her body, or First Lady Melania Trump.

Campus Reform Reporter and Turning Point USA Campus Secretary, Could Face Criminal Charges for Illegal Wiretapping

The secret recordings allegedly occurred during a meeting at the Falkirk Center at Liberty University. According to attendees, the meeting was held to garner supporters and recruit ambassadors.

Brandon Flood believes “Stop and Frisk” could reduce gun violence; said Trump has “redeeming qualities”

Brandon Flood suggested that the policy needs to be implemented “smartly,” by focusing solely on removing illegal weapons from the streets.
He was specific to clarify that this was his position as a private citizen, not an endorsement in his official capacity with the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons.

Local Review: Best Asian food in Hershey, Harrisburg area for 2020

Akitas
Khana Indian Bistro
Korealicious
Sawasdee
He和
Sakura DO
Chalit’s Thai bistro
Himalayan Fusion
Banana Leaf Indian Cuisine
Tri Asian Taste
Jasmine Asian Cuisine
Sukhothai
Pho#1 Vietnamese Cuisine

No negative publicity? Local media PennLive, theBurg have financial ties to Mayor Papenfuse

A group of citizens in Allison Hill have raised concerns about the mayor’s financial ties to the owner of theBurg, and his very cozy relationship with Pennlive’s new editor. 

Director of Finance responds to allegations against City of Harrisburg in federal lawsuit

Bruce Weber, Director of Finance & Budget for the City of Harrisburg, quickly dismissed any hint of a looming settlement by the city. “I’d rather have the courts adjudicate. That’s what they are there for. Due process.”

FBI investigating evidence against Harrisburg Mayor in real estate, abuse of power scandal: Federal Lawsuit

An FBI investigation related to corruption of Harrisburg officials has hamstrung the efforts of the city’s legal team to have the lawsuit dismissed.

Commissioner Hartwick 3rd no show, missed big agenda votes for yearly contracts

Due to his unexplained absence, Hartwick missed key votes on items like Children/Youth and Human Services Contracts.

Private property rights violated by Harrisburg Bureau of Codes, allegedly directed by Mayor: Federal Lawsuit

Former Codes Official Arden Emerick testified under oath to Magisterial District Justice Margeram that he was specifically directed by the mayor to cite the owner of 333 S. 18th Street for codes violations. This tactic was used in conjunction with the scheme to undervalue real estate in Allison Hill.

Harrisburg Mayor Papenfuse named in federal lawsuit for alleged real estate scheme involving tax sale

HRA initiated neighborhood rezoning which created land use restrictions, increased taxes, and other financial burdens, with the end goal to eventually take over real estate parcels at a fraction of market value through tax sales using straw buyers.

Harrisburg officials named in federal lawsuit for alleged real estate scheme

Several high profile figures are named in the lawsuit including Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse, and Dauphin County Commissioner George Hartwick.
The plaintiffs claim that the defendants targeted private property owners as part of an illegal rezoning plan coordinated by the Harrisburg Redevelopment Authority.

George Hartwick not present during Dauphin County Commissioners Reorganization Meeting

Dauphin County Democrats are questioning their representation after County Commissioner George Hartwick was a no-show for the first organization meeting of the 4-year term.
Commissioner Jeff Haste remained the Chairman, and Commissioner Mike Pries retained his Vice Chairman position.

Derry Township Police Department Announces Passing of Officer Michael L. Henry

Officer Henry passed on Thursday, December 2nd at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.

Swatara Township approves 2020 budget with tax decrease

The Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the township’s 2020 Budget during its December 11th meeting. The budget calls for a reduction in the property tax millage. Included in the budget is $18,001,785 in expenses.

10 shots fired during drive-by shooting on 3rd St. in Harrisburg

Harrisburg Police responded to the scene of a reported drive-by shooting in broad daylight at 3rd and Woodbine Streets. One resident said she heard 10 shots fired from a vehicle.
It is unknown if the suspects remain a threat to public safety.

Opinion: Pennsylvanian’s Deserve Expanded Medical Marijuana Offerings, Especially Our Veterans

The Veterans, African American, and low-income communities across all spectrums are disproportionately effected from the current federal laws on the books governing marijuana possession and use.
In D.C., President Donald J. Trump has done more for marijuana reform than anyone ever expected.

In criticism of Wolf and Krasner, Trump asks PA voters, “How did you let that happen?”

Trump blasted Phila. DA Larry Krasner for releasing violent criminals, and asked the crowd in Pennsylvania, “What the Hell! How did you let that happen?”
He also criticized Gov. Tom Wolf’s record on charter schools and blocking students school choice, again asking Pennsylvania voters, “What’s that all about? How did that happen?”

Danielle Stella, banned from Twitter for criticism of Ilhan Omar, to speak in Hershey, PA

Danielle Stella made international headlines last week for her criticism of U.S. Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota.
This week she will make a speaking appearance at the “America First XMas Bash,” in Hershey Pennsylvania, sponsored by Bobby Jeffries for Congress, and ‘Rally for Roger.’

No scientific evidence that climate change is caused by human release of gases

Over the past 400 thousand years – even without human intervention – the level of CO2 in the air, based on the Antarctic ice cores, has already been similar four times, and even higher than the current value.

“Critical Crisis” – PA Auditor General calls for action now on climate change

Eugene DePasquale is holding hearings across the state to address funding needed for the climate crisis, and reviewing the impact of climate change. “Beyond the health and environmental catastrophe, there is a real financial cost to taxpayers.” he said.

Tom Brier’s “urban agenda” town hall at historic Camp Curtin with Reggie Guy Jr., Ron Chapel, Brandon Flood

Brier has read the 448-page Mueller report, he said. President Donald Trump is a racist and an impeachment inquiry should be launched, he said.
Brier praised the Green New Deal. He believes that climate change is an imminent threat that requires radical action.

Inmates complain of no water, unsanitary conditions during DCP lockdown

Complaints of unsanitary conditions have been reported by inmates who share a cell, have no running water, and are unable to flush their human waste.

“America Ended Slavery,” Candace Owens reminds T.I. when asked, “When was America great?”

T.I. eventually digressed to yelling at the young black female republican, telling her, “You started with some bullsh**.”
Owens was repeatedly cut off when she tried to deliver a response to T.I., mentioning that slavery was a problem worldwide, and America was actually one of the first countries to end slavery.

Leader of prison reform group imprisoned; Coroner targeted after finding ‘natural causes’ of inmate death at DCP

Prison reform activist Kevin Maxson says that he has been targeted for leading a community protest group at the county prison.
As a candidate for County Commissioner, Tom Connolly is questioning if the motives of the State Parole department are in retaliation for Maxson’s activism at the Dauphin County Prison.
Connelly believes the intentions of Maxson to be genuine.

Dave Chappelle is the new face of white supremacy

Trolls, professional bigots, white supremacists, and Nazi sympathizers are among the group who consider this to be one of his best performances.
According to the Root, all of the worst white people love Dave Chappelle’s Sticks and Stones.

PA Gov. Tom Wolf aligns with CAIR political agenda

Governor Wolf has been criticized for appointing CAIR-Philadelphia to the PA Census Commission.
CAIR’s financial ties to the terrorist group Hamas were featured by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Fox News.

The historic ‘Black Wall Street’ will rise again as “Jackson Square” on N. 6th Street in Harrisburg, PA

“It’s where a lot of prominent black entertainers and people in the community came to spend money.”

Did PA Gov. Tom Wolf convert to Islam?

Governor Tom Wolf has recently been accused of Christianophobia and was spotted in photographs praising Allah.

TPUSA admin facing backlash after “Q is Fake” tweet; Jack Posobiec debunked group as 4chan hoax by ‘Microchip’

As twitter users piled on the thread, @alx made exhausted attempts to defend his position, and eventually news corespondent Jack Posobiec stepped in to conduct damage control.