Dramatic video captures the Hard Rock Hotel construction site partially collapsing in New Orleans, Louisiana. You can watch that video later in this article, as well as see more videos and photos from the collapse scene aftermath.The latest on October 13, 2019, per Nola.com: Two people were dead in the collapse, with one person still unaccounted for. Eighteen workers were wounded.WWL-TV shared the most dramatic video on Twitter, writing, “INCREDIBLE VIDEO: Viewer video from Michael Dalle captures the moment the construction site for the Hard Rock Hotel collapsed on Canal Street Saturday morning. ” Other photos and videos from the scene showed the extensive damage. Fox8 reported that it was unclear whether there were injuries, writing that the Hard Rock Hotel “partially collapsed Saturday morning onto Canal Street.”Mireya Villarreal, a CBS News reporter, wrote on Twitter that CBS had confirmed that “a crane collapsed into the construction site of a Hard Rock Hotel in #NOLA.” She said that preliminary reports are of eight or nine people injured, with three “critical” and others having “walking wounds.” Authorities have not yet confirmed those totals. No one was killed, she wrote on Twitter. NOLA.com reported that three people were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries, but workers were still being accounted for an hour after the building’s collapse.
Quick bit of breaking news just dropped.About a month ago, IG Horowitz announced he had finished his report dealing with the Trump-Russia investigation, which most assumed would only cover possible FISA abuse. Now we are getting word it’s coming out this Friday.
]Hat Tip OverTheMoonbat for making sure we didn’t miss this segment from last week. This video also explains why Larry Kudlow, Secretary Mnuchin, Secretary Ross and Peter Navarro have tended to spend more time discussing economic policy with CNBC analysts than Fox Business.
Earlier this evening President Trump called into to Fox News host Judge Jeanine for an extensive interview covering a lot of current events.
White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller appears with Jesse Watters to discuss the ongoing impeachment efforts and the political agenda of those within the administrative state who are opposed to President Trump.
In 2010, the FISA court approved all 1,506 requests by the FBI to electronically monitor suspects. They were also generous with granting “national security letters,” which allow the FBI to force credit card companies, financial institutions, and internet service providers to give confidential records about customers’ subscriber information, phone number, email addresses and the websites they’ve visited. The FBI got permission to spy on 14,000 people in this way.
Now, the FBI is claiming the authority to exercise more surveillance powers, which include undocumented database searches, lie detector tests, trash searches, surveillance squads, investigations of public officials, scholars and journalists and rules that would provide more freedom for agents and informants to not disclose participation in organizations that are targets of FBI surveillance.
Here are five cases of FBI abuse that show the FBI deserves more scrutiny, not a free pass to continue fighting the so-called “war on terror.” 00:1300:33