Fox News’ Bill Melugin reports the latest on the migrant flights from Mission, Texas.
An eye-catching TikTok video featuring beautiful snow-covered mountains was captioned as being recorded in Gastonia, North Carolina. Olivia Garcia was on a road trip in North Carolina with her family when she saw the video and convinced everyone to drive an hour out of the way in search of that stunning scenery. The problem is that the video was posted as a prank by Zack Keesee, and those mountains were actually recorded in a small town in Switzerland.
A man who has resisted getting the COVID-19 vaccine is now facing a life-or-death decision. Young Boston father DJ Ferguson’s heart is failing fast, and he needs a new one as soon as possible. He was on the top of the transplant list but when the hospital discovered he wasn’t vaccinated for COVID, they took him off the list. A representative from Brigham and Women’s Hospital told Inside Edition that the COVID-19 vaccine is one of several vaccines required for transplant candidates.
President Joe Biden stepped out of the White House for a rare outing in our nation’s capital, chatting up voters and enjoying an ice cream cone. He’s been holed up in the presidential residence, except for making a few trips home to Delaware and we now know why. His staff has been keeping him in a “COVID-safe bubble.” They’re reportedly “terrified” of him catching the virus. The White House pushed back on criticism that Biden is cowering in fear of the virus.
Actor Michael Rappaport says he witnessed a brazen shoplifter fill garbage bags with loot from a New York City drug store and stroll out right past the security guard, who did nothing about it. Rappaport, best known for his recurring role as Phoebe’s detective boyfriend on “Friends,” recorded the incident. He was so incensed that he followed the alleged shoplifter out of the store, giving a running commentary. He sent the video to the city’s new mayor, Eric Adams.
A former Texas police officer is being sued in federal court for “excessive force” for hitting a man with his department-issued vehicle. Dash-cam video from Officer Jonathan Granado’s vehicle taken in November 2020 shows him following Dustin Bates on a motorcycle. Bates is seen running across the road and into the grass, where the front of Granado’s SUV hits him while, according to police, going 45 miles per hour.