R. Kelly Charged with Multiple Sexual Assault Charges
Celebrity drama never ends. It’s usually reserved to tabloids and overly-sensational news stories. These latest charges against R. Kelly, however, are no joking matter.
Federal charges against R. Kelly now include:
– 10 for sexual abuse against 4 women (3 were minors).
– 11 for sexual assault and abuse against 1 woman who was a minor.
– 13 new charges for federal sex crimes including child pornography and enticing a minor. pic.twitter.com/KNOO75mIwH
— AJ+ (@ajplus) July 12, 2019
The amount and variety of sexual allegations against the famous rapper are breathtaking. He’s even involved with child pornography. Disgusting.
Finally, victims of R. Kelly’s absolutely deplorable and unacceptable behavior are being vindicated.
America has no home for sex offenders.
Facebook Censors Pro-Life Ads Before Ireland Votes on Abortion
Facebook’s assault against freedom of speech is more than about controlling the conversation; it’s about political expediency. The tech giant started pulling advertisements for pro-life movements just before Ireland was set to vote on abortion bills.
This is what censorship of the future looks like.
HUGE: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conspired with abortion activists to ban pro-life ads prior to Ireland's vote to legalize abortions.
No one can deny Big Social Media is in bed with Big Abortion.https://t.co/wPKcZmHpQY
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) July 11, 2019
Facebook and other social media companies routinely target the Right. That includes Christian values (of which the Left has no replacement for). God keeps track of everything we do — let’s pray that Facebook comes to their senses one day.
Opioid Maker Pays Largest Settlement to Date
A significant contributor to America’s opioid epidemic just got hit with the hardest settlement to date.
Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB Group) is set to pay $1.4 billion to the government to cease investigations into their “addiction treatment medication.” They’re also paying $700 million to civil settlements and an additional $50 million to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The fraudulent drug dealers finally got hit where it hurts — their wallet.
There’s still so much more we need to do to combat the opioid epidemic, but this massive settlement is a step in the right direction.
Suboxone maker Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB Group) will pay the U.S. government a record $1.4 billion to end criminal and civil probes into the marketing of its addiction treatment medication https://t.co/3DsqlruBSQ
— WJBF (@WJBF) July 11, 2019
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