A few days ago it was reported, Sources told the outlet that while the 24-year-old political commentator will be suspended for at least one week, she may not finish out the duration of her contract, which expires in September.
Conservative millennial firebrand Tomi Lahren has been “banned permanently” from Glenn Beck’s The Blaze, according to a report in The New York Post.
The reported banning comes after Lahren, 24, was criticized in some conservative circles following a March 17 appearance on ABC’s “The View” in which she revealed that she supports abortion rights.
Before I continue with this post it’s frustrating about the lack of media coverage on what’s going on DC.
Yes, we can place the blame on the major news media.
What about BET? They can take an hour out there day to bring awareness to the missing in D.C. I forget they are owned by Viacom which focuses on Ratchet shit and foolery. But when a major celebrity die they will play music videos two or three days straight. My point is what about us. Our people. Does anyone cares?
Today, D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 17-year-old.
According to police, Shani Burriss was last seen in the 2600 block of Stanton Rd., SE on Tuesday.
The teen is described by authorities as a black male, with a medium complexion, standing five feet and six inches tall, with brown eyes and black hair. Authorities believe Burriss was wearing a black shirt, blue jeans, a grey and burgundy jacket and white shoes the last time he was seen.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (202) 727-9099.
Please shares this around social media and your love ones.
If you live in the DC area please have an adult around to monitor your kids while they are out and about. Even if you have to drop them off to school, go to the movies. It is not safe anymore. Even if it going to the mailbox. Have an adult or a older teen nearby. Keep the kids of the streets before the sunset. It is real out here especially if you are Black and Latino.. Please be careful ya’ll!!!!
Back in March 16th, DC police recently release a statement.
In fact, D.C. police sources say there has actually been a decrease in missing persons reports over the last several years.
On Wednesday, the Joe Clair Morning Show talked with Chanel Dickerson, the new commander of the D.C. Police Youth and Family Services Division, about the reasons these teens are missing and how families can avoid the problem.
- Joe Clair: What safety and preventative measures can you suggest for parents and for teens?
- Dickerson: The first thing I would like to ask everyone to do is just talk to the young people. We have to start there, it’s as basic as talking to them and seeing what’s going on. A lot of young people will not share with the police why they’re leaving home or where they were. So we just need the communities to get involved. When you see a young person, talk to the young person, ask them how their day is going or how they’re doing in school.
- Joe Clair: What can you say to young people who may be contemplating leaving?
- Dickerson: I would tell them to think about their decision because it could affect the rest of their lives. I want the teens and any person that’s reported missing in the District of Columbia to know the Metropolitan is committed to investigating their cases and we will come look for them. I would also like to tell anyone that’s thinking about preying upon a young person in the District of Columbia, we will come looking for them and we will find you.
- Joe Clair: What preventative measures can young people take, specifically so they don’t become a victim of human trafficking?
- Dickerson: Stay home, it’s as simple as that. If they stay home, it reduces the risk. I’m not saying that’s the fix-all but that’s where we have to start. We have to start small, this is a problem and it’ll take a community effort, but we have to start small.
In similar news, D.C.’s mayor and acting police chief attended a town hall-style meeting Wednesday night to discuss the alarming number of missing teenagers and children are reported missing in the city.
The councilman added, “We are starting here today to start a conversation, not just about the problem, but we are trying to find solutions.”
Chief Newsham said the number of missing children in the District has not increased in the District. Instead, with recent appointment of Commander Chanel Dickerson as the head of D.C. police’s Youth and Family Services Division earlier this year, Newsham said the community and the media have seen increased attention of missing people as the police department has made an effort to post images out on social media as soon as they go missing.
It’s always something…
The Leader of the House of Commons said a police officer was stabbed. Many of those hurt had “catastrophic injuries”, PA said.
“Officers — including firearms officers — remain on the scene and we are treating this as a terrorist incident until we know otherwise,” police said.
I’m trying to struggle up a fake tear over this news.
Tomi gets her taste of karma after she gets suspended from her own show. That’s right suspended.
According to reports, Sources told the outlet that while the 24-year-old political commentator will be suspended for at least one week, she may not finish out the duration of her contract, which expires in September.
Lahren’s reported suspension comes after she incited backlash Friday as a guest on “The View” by calling anti-abortion conservatives “hypocrites” during her appearance and admitting she believed in a woman’s right to an abortion.
“I’m pro-choice,” she said, “and here’s why: I can’t sit here and be a hypocrite and say I’m for limited government but I think that the government should decide what women should do with their bodies.”