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Katie Daviscourt

Katie Daviscourt is a Seattle-based correspondent. Twitter: @KatieDaviscourt

News, American News

WATCH: Dinesh D'Souza says America's founding experiment is 'in trouble'

"July 4th for me had this sort of double meaning, a sense of mixed emotions. You might say it’s because I look around and look at the way in which the left is trashing not just our culture, not just our founding faith, but trashing our institutions one after the other."

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 7, 2021

News, American News

Sha'Carri Richardson will not compete in Tokyo Olympic Games

The US Olympic Track and Field Team decided not to include Richardson on the relay team after testing positive last week for THC, which is a prohibited substance.

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 7, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: Dinesh D'Souza discusses the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on voter integrity

Conservative commentator and author Dinesh D'Souza discussed the Supreme Court's recent landmark ruling on voter integrity and said that states will now be able to take the proper precautions to ensure US elections are safe and secure.

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 6, 2021

News, American News

Memorial for fallen Seattle police officer politicized by defund advocates

An SPD officer told The Post Millennial, "If I die in the line-of-duty, I have directed my friends to make sure they [city councilmembers] do not attend my service."

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 6, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: Sen Tom Cotton tells Dan Bongino the US must be tougher on China

"We need to remember that China needs us a lot more than we need them," Cotton said. "We can buy our T-shirts and sneakers from another country, but where are they going to sell theirs?"

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 2, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: JD Vance announces Ohio senate campaign on Tucker Carlson

"We need people in Washington, DC, who know how the system works, who know how to reform that system and can make this country better," Vance said.

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 2, 2021

News, American News

Journalist to sue New York Times after false depiction in US Capitol riot documentary

Independent journalist Brendon Leslie said that The New York Times documentary titled How Trump Supporters Took the US Capitol: Visual Investigations, not only falsely depicted him as a rioter, but "hijacked" his content without approval.

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 2, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: Meghan McCain speaks with Eve Barlow about the rise in antisemitic hate crimes

WATCH: Music journalist Eve Barlow speaks with Meghan McCain about rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 1, 2021

Culture, News Analysis

WATCH: Ibram X. Kendi argues with himself

Ibram X. Kendi contradicted his past statements in a recent interview with Joy Reid, saying that "white-people aren't inherently racist" after years of teaching that white people are, in fact, racist.

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 1, 2021

News, American News

Judge denies Britney Spears request to remove her father from conservatorship

A judge ruled Wednesday against the popstar's request to have her father removed as the conservator of her estate following an emotional plea to the court last week regarding a thirteen year conservatorship.

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 1, 2021

News, American News

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot says criticism is ‘99 percent’ because she’s a black woman

"Women and people of color are always held to a different standard. I understand that, I've known that my whole life."

Katie Daviscourt / Jul 1, 2021

News, American News

Trump says media hid the story of Hunter Biden using racial slurs

"It's incredible," Trump said. "The press doesn't even report it. They don't want to report it."

Katie Daviscourt / Jun 30, 2021

News, American News

WATCH: Civil Rights attorney exposes NSA spying methods allegedly used against Tucker Carlson

Civil Rights Attorney Harmeet Dhillon spoke with Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tuesday, to discuss the reports from a whistleblower within the US government that the NSA is allegedly spying on him.

Katie Daviscourt / Jun 30, 2021

News, American News

Seattle mayoral candidate almost shot as criminals open fire during attempt to steal car parts near his home

Seattle mayoral candidate Lance Randall was nearly shot at his home on Saturday after armed thieves were caught in the act stealing catalytic converters from his neighbor's car.

Katie Daviscourt / Jun 30, 2021

News, American News

Biden's aid to minority and women owned restaurants 'fully canceled' after judge rules race and gender-based funding is unconstitutional

Because of the Biden administrations unconstitutional prioritization of federal funds, aid has been cancelled until further notice for restaurants owned by women and minorities.

Katie Daviscourt / Jun 29, 2021

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