Expressing his respect for those who have lost their lives in just the few short months of 2019, a police officer did pushups during a snowstorm to commemorate each fallen hero.
What is becoming a viral hashtag, #TBLPushupchallenge is a movement meant to honor those who died in the line of duty, protecting their communities. Officer Nick Janttie of the Fargo Police Department in North Dakota stopped amidst a snowstorm to hammer out 18 pushups for the challenge.
— Fargo Police (@FargoPolice) February 7, 2019
“So far, 15 police officers and three K-9 officers have been killed in the line of duty in 2019,” Liftable reports. Honoring the weather conditions that police officers in North Dakota have to face, officer Janttie chose to complete the challenge not only in a snowstorm but also on a day the temperature felt like -40 degrees.
The social media challenge has been receiving traction on Twitter and Instagram with many expressing their utmost respect for those who keep our communities safe.
An officer with Fargo Police Department braved the bitter weather to take part in a social media challenge to honour those in the force killed in the line of duty.
Biden Rebuffs Advisors’ Demands to Censor OANN, Newsmax, Fox News By Executive Order
Biden advisors have sought to ban conservative media from federal housing.
According to a White House source, President Joe Biden has rebuffed suggestions that he sign an executive order that would ban certain conservative news networks from being broadcast to federal housing complexes.
The order would’ve named One America News Network, Newsmax, and Fox News by name. The former two networks are known for a broadly pro-Donald Trump editorial stance, with Fox split between establishment liberal and conservative content.
Authoritarian liberals advising President Biden are said to have suggested that Biden crack down on television and media networks which dissent from the administration’s policy views, citing the raucous US Capitol protest earlier this month as an imperative to clamp down on the opposition.
The executive order in question would most prominently affect military housing, where the cable channels in question are accessible through cable services contracted through the military services. The order, which never progressed beyond suggestions to President Biden, may even have gone so far as to restrict the television channels from private housing organizations contracted to provide lodging to military service members and their families.
Biden even went so far as to dismiss the censorship attempt as “nonsense,” according to a White House source familiar with the exchange. It’s likely that attempts to sign and enforce it would’ve been shut down by the judiciary, representing a clear attempt to discriminate against the very viewing of political expression within federal buildings.
As an authoritarian streak grows more prominent in the intolerant attitudes of American liberals, it appears President Biden himself is at least skeptical to the slightest degree of governmental censorship attempts, although Biden has never so much as even made reference to the censorship practices utilized by Big Tech companies against tens of millions of Americans.
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