Evan Poellinger
CNSNews Fellow
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Evan Poellinger | July 13, 2023
Members of the Secret Service said Thursday that the agency is closing its investigation into who left a bag of cocaine in the White House, after the probe was allegedly unable to find any physical evidence pointing to even a single suspect. According to three anonymous Secret Service agents who spoke with NBC News, the bag of cocaine was tested at two separate federal labs for fingerprint…
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Evan Poellinger | July 12, 2023
Dylan Mulvaney has gone into self-imposed exile in South America after facing backlash from beer drinkers nationwide over his partnership with Bud Light. Mulvaney, who has made a social media career from pretending to be a woman, posted a video on TikTok on July 10 of the scenery at Machu Picchu after a three month social media absence. Mulvaney described how he had engaged in ceremonies with…
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Evan Poellinger | July 10, 2023
The United States Army has begun openly expressing support for gender ideology in official articles and on its museum website. The National Museum of the United States Army, the Army’s official museum, includes a page on its website concerning Jennie Hodgers, a woman who disguised herself as a man named Albert Cashier in order to serve in the Union Army during the Civil War. The website stated “…
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Evan Poellinger | July 10, 2023
The Biden administration is poised to send a new package of munitions to Ukraine in the midst of an ammunition shortage, including controversial cluster munitions, which have been banned by more than a hundred nations. Despite initial hesitation, the United States is reportedly preparing to send the cluster munitions as part of an $800 million aid package to the Ukrainian military, which also…
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Evan Poellinger | July 6, 2023
An employee at a King Soopers store in Colorado was fired after he recorded a shoplifting incident and posted the video on TikTok. Santino Burrola, a former military police officer, observed a trio of suspected shoplifters making off with a cartload of detergent and laundry-related products. Burrola did not attempt to physically stop the alleged shoplifters, in accordance with his store’s policy…
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Evan Poellinger | July 5, 2023
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) lambasted 31 Catholic members of Congress for attempting to justify their support for abortion on the basis of Catholic social teachings. The wayward Catholic representatives argue that they are entitled to support abortion, claiming “the fundamental tenets of our Catholic faith -- social justice, conscience, and religious freedom -- compel…
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Evan Poellinger | June 30, 2023
President Joe Biden caused a massive traffic backup on the Capital Beltway, leaving hundreds of stagnant drivers, including some of his supporters, fuming for over an hour Tuesday. Biden was headed for a fundraiser in Chevy Chase, Maryland, and so sections of I-495 were cordoned off in order to make way for the presidential motorcade as Biden proceeded to two campaign receptions in the area.…
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Evan Poellinger | June 28, 2023
A group of pecan farmers in Texas are voicing their concerns about the dangerous situation fostered Biden Administration immigration policies along the U.S. southwest border. The farmers, some of whom have been farming the official Texas state nut on the border for generations, say that increased traffic by both illegal immigrants and cartels through their farmlands and in the vicinity of their…
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Evan Poellinger | June 27, 2023
New Jersey Attorney General Matt Platkin has filed a lawsuit against a three school districts that have instituted policies mandating that district staff inform parents if their child chooses to undergo a gender transition. The policies require schools to notify parents if their child begins using a different name or pronoun or starts using a bathroom contrary to their biological sex. On…
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Evan Poellinger | June 20, 2023
The son of a former Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (DFL) state representative has been arrested as a suspect in a hit and run incident on June 15, which killed five women in Minneapolis. Derrick John Thompson, 27, has been arrested in connection with the deaths of Sabiriin Ali, 17, Sahra Gesaade, 20, Salma Abdikadir, 20, Sagal Hersi, 19, and Siham Adam, 19. The women died after Thompson…