Authorities arrested two illegal migrants suspected of plotting a mass shooting in Virginia. On Wednesday, police in Richmond announced they had apprehended Julio Alvarado-Dubon and Rolman Balcercel after receiving a tip they were planning a mass shooting during a Fourth of July celebration.
The judge in the Illinois parade shooting case ordered the suspected gunman be held without bond as he faces seven first-degree murder charges. Robert Crimo III, 21, appeared in court Wednesday and officials said he admitted to his crimes, but they did not want to speculate on motives. He was charged with seven-counts of first degree murder.
As we head into the 4th of July weekend filled with fireworks and fun. It’s also important to take a moment to reflect on freedom and what it truly means. There are an estimated 25 million first responders in the U.S. serving in various capacities. Joining OAN’s Alicia Summers to talk more about how they are part of our freedom and how we can show them appreciation, is Chaplain, Mickey Stonier.
A group of ‘America First’ businesses are donating a portion of their proceeds to a military organization in honor of Independence Day. One America’s Natasha Sweatte has more.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he will not congratulate US President Joe Biden on this July 4 due to his anti-Russian rhetoric. In a statement on Monday, the Putin administration said “congratulations this year can hardly be considered appropriate.”