Katie Daviscourt

Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial


12 hours ago

Washington law enforcement agencies begin to pushback on state Supreme Court ruling decriminalizing drug possession

Law enforcement agencies are now preparing to fight-back against the state's Supreme Court ruling, alleging that the recent ruling will have a dramatic effect on their communities.

Katie Daviscourt
15 hours ago

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler slam HFPA for lack of diversity during Golden Globes, fail to mention Cuomo or 'Me Too'

Golden Globes co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler slammed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) for lack of diversity during Sunday night’s award show, but failed to mention political scandals like they have in years past.

Katie Daviscourt
16 hours ago

Two sheriff's deputies shot near Florida-Georgia border, suspects arrested following 12 hour manhunt

Two sheriff’s deputies were shot Saturday during a vehicle pursuit near the Florida-Georgia line, leaving one deputy in critical condition and fighting for his life.

Katie Daviscourt
a day ago

Antifa riots in Portland, vandalizes businesses and mobs police officers

Antifa’s Saturday night protest in Portland quickly turned into a violent riot as they marched along Portland’s Pearl District, where they vandalized businesses and mobbed police officers.

Katie Daviscourt
3 days ago

Maryland teaching aide 'engaged in inappropriate behavior' on Zoom call with eighth grade students

A Maryland middle school teacher's aide was caught masturbating during a Zoom call with eighth grade students.

Katie Daviscourt
4 days ago

Seattle police told not to arrest for drug possession after controversial court ruling

The Washington State Supreme Court overturned the state's felony drug possession, law ruling it 'unconstitutional' after petitioner’s presented arguments to the court during a hearing early Thursday.

Katie Daviscourt
4 days ago

DC Democrat introduces legislation to remove 'Emancipation Memorial'

Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.), reintroduced legislation to remove the ‘Emancipation Memorial’ in Washington D.C., which features President Abraham Lincoln and a freed slave.

Katie Daviscourt
4 days ago

Black Lives Matter discloses finances, raked in $90 million last year

After the foundation was blasted by local BLM chapters across the country for receiving 'little to no financial support,' the Black Lives Matter foundation released documents to the Associated Press for the first time in the foundation's eight year history.

Katie Daviscourt
5 days ago

Sacha Baron Cohen announces retirement from undercover satire after infiltrating Washington rally

British actor Sacha Baron Cohen announced he will no longer be going undercover to produce satirical films and claimed he was 'afraid for his life' after infiltrating a right-wing rally in Washington State last summer.

Katie Daviscourt
5 days ago

Washington high school band practices in tents to prevent spread of COVID-19

Wenatchee High School located in Wenatchee, WA is having students that participate in the school's band practice in pop up tents, providing each student with their own tent while also social distancing them six-feet apart.

Katie Daviscourt
5 days ago

Idaho lawmakers introduce sweeping tax cut bill

Idaho lawmakers introduced an impressive-tax cut Bill that would slash assessments on all income brackets, lowering the sales tax from 6 percent to 5.3 percent by the beginning of next year.

Katie Daviscourt
6 days ago

Court rules against Seattle-area city's anti-gun legislation

"Hopefully jurisdictions like Edmonds will realize that violating the Washington state constitution is neither legal nor in the best interest of personal protection," said Lars Dalseide, an NRA spokesperson.

Katie Daviscourt
6 days ago

Capitol Police officials never saw FBI intelligence report of planned attack on US Capitol

"I actually just in the last 24 hours was informed by the department that they had received that report," Chief Sund said before Senator Klobuchar and lawmakers.

Katie Daviscourt
7 days ago

Missouri county legalizes the arrest of feds who try to violate citizens Second Amendment rights

In preparation of the Biden administration passing potential anti-gun legislation, a county in Missouri passed an ordinance which would invalidate the federal government from infringing on the Second Amendment rights of its citizens.

Katie Daviscourt
7 days ago

Footballer Lyle Taylor refuses to take a knee, says BLM is a Marxist organization

Nottingham Forest footballer Lyle Taylor announced he will not be taking a knee in solidarity with Black Lives Matter during matches, claiming he doesn’t agree with the Marxist organization's views.

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