Quintez Brown was a rising star in far-left politics. Then he tried to assassinate a rival. After being arrested for attempted murder, Brown walked free two days later on bail. The Daily Wire reports:
Quintez Brown, a self-proclaimed racial justice activist working for “the total liberation and unification of Africa under scientific socialism,” has been charged in shooting Louisville, Kentucky, Mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg’s office, with bullets narrowly missing Greenberg on Monday. On Tuesday, Brown pleaded not guilty to the charges.
“Quintez Brown, 21, was charged with attempted murder and four counts of wanton endangerment after Greenberg was shot at in his campaign headquarters Monday morning in Butchertown
“It is nearly impossible to believe that someone can attempt murder on Monday and walk out of jail on Wednesday,” said Louisville mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg.
Just the News: Hunter Biden’s longtime business partner is making an unorthodox bid to avoid prison time for fleecing an Indian tribe, portraying himself to the sentencing judge as a victim of the Biden family’s “vitriolic media coverage” while using the presidential son’s Chinese business partner to make a case for leniency.
Biden is trying to turn Virginia blue again. The Washington Examiner reports: Without warning, the Biden administration this month told Loudoun County officials that it plans to roll an influx of 16,000 Afghan refugees through a convention center as part of its settlement program.
Break From Politics
An extremely Canadian fight has broken out at the freedom protest in Ottawa.
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) February 18, 2022
Quote of the Day
I build engines and attach wheels to them. – Enzo Ferrari
Tweet of the Day
The LA Times tweeted today: “as for the question about whether mask or vaccine mandates work, the answer is an unequivocal yes. They do."
Cases in LA rose ~3,000% after the mask mandate in July, even with vaccine mandates for many businesses
They are literally always wrong pic.twitter.com/u37glK8fZ2
— Ian Miller (@ianmSC) February 17, 2022