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Charitable campaign raises millions for families of fallen service members

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A charitable campaign to help the families of military men and women who have fallen or been disabled while on active duty in the United States armed forces is reporting a record fundraising haul.

“We set an ambition of $2 million, which was way higher than last year’s $1.2 million,” announced Anthony Hucker, president and CEO of Southeastern Grocers, on “Fox and Friends” on Friday.

“We were a little bit apprehensive, but what I can tell you and your viewers today — on behalf of our 50,000 associates and customers is that we’ve blown that target away,” he continued. “We have doubled last year’s performance in donations to the tune of over $2.4 million.”

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The money will go to Folds of Honor, which is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization, rated a four-star charity by Charity Navigator, that provides educational scholarships to families of those killed or wounded while serving the country.

The Southeastern Grocers’ campaign was launched on “Fox and Friends” on Memorial Day weekend, and it raised money by asking its customers to round up their grocery bills to the nearest dollar.

Hucker was joined on “Fox and Friends,” by Lt. Col. Dan Rooney, an F-16 fighter pilot in the Air Force Reserves, who served three tours of duty in Iraq and founded Folds of Honor in 2007.

Rooney said the $2.4 million donation will go toward changing the lives of 500 people.

The story of Rooney’s mission to help the families of service members is told in the Fox Nation documentary “Godspeed: Folds of Honor Story,” and the brand new Fox Nation show, “Folds of Honor: A Fighter Pilot’s Mission To Deliver Healing and Hope to America.”

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And to kick your Fourth of July celebration off right, watch “Fox Nation Presents Friday Night Live: An All-American Celebration,” on Friday, July 3 at 5 p.m. EST, hosted by country music star John Rich, Rooney and many more.

The performance will be available for free on Fox Nation and streaming live on Fox News Digital and all Fox News social media platforms.

Rich promoted the show on “Fox and Friends,” detailing all the entertainment that folks can expect to enjoy.

“There are some of the biggest stars in country music and even some outside of country music,” Rich said.

“My favorite gospel act the Issacs are going to be here as well,” he continued. “Clint Black is coming.  Lee Brice is coming.  LoneStar is coming, which is my original band. I’m going to sing lead with Lonestar, man.  It’s like the first time that I’ve done that since the mid-’90s.”

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Newt Gingrich: The country faces two ‘dramatically different futures’ in 2020 election

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The future of the United States under President Trump’s leadership will be “dramatically different” than that of Joe Biden’s, Newt Gingrich said, comparing the significance of the 2020 election to Lincoln’s 1860 victory which preceded the Civil War.

“I suggest that this is the most important election since 1860,” the former House Speaker said in his new Fox Nation series “Crisis 2020: Newt Gingrich on America’s Future.”

“The scale of choice that the country faced in 1860 between Lincoln, who was determined to stop the spread of slavery but also determined to keep the union together, and three other candidates on the Democratic Party who were pro-slavery and who wanted to somehow appease the South…was enormous,” Gingrich explained.

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“But it was a clear, decisive choice. And as the country was growing tired of putting up with slavery, the country would not tolerate secession. And as a result, in the end, Americans survived.”

As the United States continues to grapple with the threat of COVID-19, coupled with national unrest paralyzing cities across the country, Gingrich said we find ourselves facing a similar challenge.

“[If] we end up with a President Biden, Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Schumer, in the first year or so, the amount of stuff they’re going to do will amaze you,” he warned.

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“By contrast, I think President Trump believes that his policies were working, that lower taxes, less regulation, greater opportunity for people to go out and start small businesses, encouraging people to go to work…to have more what they earn in their pocket, giving them freedom from bureaucrats and regulations….” Gingrich said. “These are two dramatically different futures.”

Gingrich explores the topic at length in his new book “Trump and the American Future: Solving the Great Problems of Our Time.”   An exclusive, signed Fox Nation-edition will be available for purchase here for Fox Nation subscribers only.

To view the full episode of “Crisis 2020: Newt Gingrich on America’s Future.” visit Fox Nation and sign up today.

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Heroines of the suffragette movement, 100 years since women won the right to vote: documentary

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2020 marks 100 years since the culmination of one of the most profound political movements in America, the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.

In the Fox Nation series “What Made America Great,”  “Fox and Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade explores the history of the suffragette movement and the heroines of the cause, who endured decades of frustration, ridicule, arrests and even torture.

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The 19th Amendment is named after one of the first and most well-known suffragettes, Susan B. Anthony, who actually decided to put her own interests aside for the sake of others when the Civil War broke out in 1961.

“Women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, they were abolitionists and they were part of the women’s suffrage conventions that were happening every year,” explained Jane Hampton Cook, author of “Resilience on Parade,” in this Fox Nation special.

“They were asked to kind of step aside,” noted Cook. “So these women’s suffragists gathered petitions, 300,000 petitions calling for the abolishment of slavery and they presented that to Congress. And that became the 13th Amendment. So they were very involved in helping to end slavery.”

Many in the suffragette movement expected that with the abolition of slavery, the necessity of the women’s right to vote would be recognized. However, their dream would not yet come to fruition.

The suffragettes ran up against powerful lobbying groups, which determined that women voters would be bad for business. Among those pressure groups were the liquor lobby, which saw the suffragette movement as closely linked to the temperance movement to ban alcohol.

In 1917, the suffragettes saw another opportunity to promote their cause. Democratic President Woodrow Wilson was in the White House and Congress was under Democratic control.

“On January 10, 1917, 12 women carrying purple, white and gold flags and two banners came over to the gates of the White House and they stood silently… they weren’t chanting, they weren’t protesting. But their banners simply said, ‘Mr. President, how long must women wait for liberty? Mr. President, what will you do for women’s suffrage?” Cook told Kilmeade.

Again, their protests fell on dead ears. Wilson told the suffragettes that the Democratic Party would not vote to give women the right to vote and he would not force the issue.

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Soon the United States would become involved in World War I, though the suffragettes did not allow armed conflict to delay their cause, as it did during the Civil War.

“In August 1917, they bring out a banner that says, ‘Kaiser Wilson, have you forgotten how you sympathized with the poor Germans who are not self-governed? Twenty million American women are not self-governing. Take the beam out of your own eye,” said Cook, explaining that the suffragettes drew a parallel between the treatment of American women and the treatment of German citizens by Kaiser Wilhelm II, with whom the U.S. was fighting a war.

Many of these provocative signs and banners were torn down by angry mobs and the women were even pelted with rotten fruit and eggs, as they kept up their protest outside the White House for six months.

Law enforcement officials began to crack down, jailing the suffragettes and charging them with crimes ranging from unlawful assembly to obstructing traffic.  The escalating tension eventually led to the darkest chapters of the suffragette movement.

Kilmeade and Cook traveled to Lorton, Va., the former site of the Lorton Correctional facilities, which operated from 1910 to 2001. The Lucy Burns Museum, which is named for a central figure in the suffragette movement, now occupies that space.

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Lucy Burns, along with Alice Paul, were founders of the National Women’s Party, a front-line organization in the suffragette movement. Burns was arrested multiple times for engaging in protests, culminating in a six-month sentence at Lorton Correctional facilities.

Here the suffragettes were forced to endure terrible conditions, including stale and rotten food, poor clothing and beatings.

Burns and others went on hunger strikes to protest their incarceration. Prison officials ordered them to be force-fed. Milk and eggs were poured directly into their stomachs through a tube that was inserted through their noses.

“The night of terror happens November 14th, when the women arrived here for a second time,” said Cook. “They were thrown into the cells — one of the women hit her head.”

“Lucy Burns was shackled… all night long with her arms above her head. They were beaten and abused,” she continued, “The publicity from that is what turned the emotional tide with President Wilson.”

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Despite the support of the House of Representatives and the president, the Democratic-controlled Senate declined to pass the 19th Amendment. It was not until Republicans won control of both houses of Congress in the subsequent midterm elections that the bill was eventually passed. It was then ratified by the states before it became law.

“When you look at history, in the wide swath, America doesn’t always get it right in the beginning, but we like to think they get it right eventually,” remarked Kilmeade.

“We eventually got there and that’s why it’s great to celebrate 100 years later, women winning the right to vote,” concluded Cook.

To watch all of this special episode of “What Made America Great,” go to Fox Nation and sign up today.

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Chad Daybell predicted wife’s death 3 years before she died in his bed, ex-friend tells Nancy Grace

Chad Daybell, the fifth and current husband of “cult mom” Lori Vallow, predicted the death of his former wife Tammy Daybell three years before she was found dead in his Idaho home,  a former friend told Fox News.

“About three years before she died, he came to me and said he’d had a vision that she had passed away and he thought she was going to die in a car accident,” Daybell’s former friend Julie Rowe said on Fox Nation’s Crime Stories with Nancy Grace.”

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Rowe said Daybell, 51, a self-published author of doomsday novels, appeared “very upset” and “distraught” during the conversation, but it was something he said three weeks before Tammy was found dead that left her “very disturbed.”

“I was very disturbed…in 2018….he was frustrated and he said, ‘I feel like my plan can’t move on until the spouses are gone,'” Rowe said.

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A booking photo provided by the Rexburg (Idaho) Police Department shows Chad Daybell, who was arrested Tuesday, June 9, 2020, on suspicion of concealing or destroying evidence after local and federal investigators searched his property, according to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office.(Rexburg Police Department via AP)

“He said ‘spouses’ three weeks before Tammy died. I had a conversation with him. He said in a frustrated, almost angry voice, very frustrated. ‘I feel like my plan can’t move on until Tammy has died.'”

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Tammy Daybell died in October in her bed in Idaho, while Chad Daybell slept next to her. Just weeks later, Chad married Lori Vallow, whose husband was killed only months prior and is currently held in an Idaho jail since the disappearance and deaths of her children —  whose remains were found on June 9 on Daybell’s property.

While Tammy’s death was initially ruled due to natural causes, authorities exhumed her body to perform an autopsy in December, as even more questions were raised over the bizarre circumstances surrounding her death in the sordid saga. The results have not been released.

The couple is being held on a $1 million bond each.

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To watch more of Nancy Grace’s investigations into the “Cult Mom” saga, watch the shocking “Crime Stories” three-part mini-series on Fox Nation and stay tuned for more from “A Lori Vallow Investigation With Nancy Grace.”

Fox News’ Matt London contributed to this report.

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Powerful documentaries examining African-American experience in America now available on Fox Nation

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A number of powerful documentaries examining the African-American experience in America are now available on Fox Nation.

“They Fight” documents the journey of a team of young boxers and their coach, who train in Washington, D.C.’s Ward 8, the most impoverished part of that city.

The fighters and their volunteer coach all have their challenges to overcome, including a lack of funding and stable home lives, as they set their sights set on the 2017 Junior Olympics.

Ragahleak “Peanut” Bartee is one of the boys featured in the documentary and one of the program’s most successful fighters. He won the 75-pound intermediate division Junior Olympic national championship in 2015.

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“I see myself in like the next five, four years, you know, having my first professional fight,” he said, speaking directly into the camera, sitting in front of a rundown boxing ring, in their free gym space at the location recreation center.

“Then after that, you know, get my mom out of these little apartments and houses and take her somewhere better,” he continued.

“And then, after all, all, all, all that,” Bartee said with a smile, “probably have my first child. Then I think that’s it because I ain’t having too much kids.”

Despite the boys’ dreams, hard work and the support of some in their community, it proves not to be enough, when their coach goes missing.

Oscar winner and musician Common, along with partners including New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, produced the film.

In “Shot In the Dark,” a young man in Chicago, scarred by violence and loss, seeks refuge on the basketball court, dreaming of a championship and a better life.

The film documented the high school basketball team at Orr Academy on the West Side of Chicago, one of the squad’s standouts, Tyquone Greer, and head coach Lou Adams.

“It’s rough around here man,” Adams said as he walked through his neighborhood shaking hands with friends and neighbors.

A gunshot rings out. Adams paused momentarily, but for just a moment, then he continued walking.

“It’s really, really rough,” he laughed, “That’s a gunshot.”

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“Forty boys on my team don’t have a father,” he remarked, noting that he also grew up in a one-parent household. “Forty guys that depend on me every day.”

“Shot In the Dark” followed Adams and his players, as they navigate a system that seems determined to hold them back.

“I want to get a chance to experience the world,” said Greer, a high school junior at the time. Nearly half of the students at Orr Academy do not graduate, far fewer go on to college.

“The city of Chicago is one of the most segregated cities. Not only in race, but in gang-wise too. It’s like a swamp. Once you get your feet stuck in the quicksand, it’s hard to get out,” he said.

The film was executive produced by NBA superstar Dwyane Wade and Chance the Rapper.

In the Fox Nation documentary, “The New Battle for Chicago,” Chicago native and Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell puts faces and names behind the grim statistics coming out of Chicago every year.

On May 31, Chicago recorded 18 murders, making it the city’s deadliest day in 60 years.

Caldwell delved into feelings of hopelessness in the African-American community and his own troubled upbringing, including his mother’s struggle with drug addiction that nearly took her life.

“Drugs were the sole focus of my mom’s every day. And then the unthinkable happened,” he said in the Fox Nation show.

“There was a Saturday night. I was ironing a shirt when my mother came in and collapsed on a chair. She was shaking. She put a cover over herself,” he continued. “She had a box cutter and she was trying to kill herself that night.  For her, a life of dependency was a life not worth living.”

The stories of desperation are sadly just a few of the testimonials detailed in “The New Battle for Chicago.”  But the documentary also highlighted community members’ efforts to re-invent themselves and their neighborhoods.

To watch all of these documentaries, go to Fox Nation and sign up today.

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Nancy Grace: Bill Cosby ‘manipulating the justice system just like he manipulated all those women’

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Fox Nation host Nancy Grace reacted strongly to the news this week that Bill Cosby’s appeal of his 2018 sexual assault conviction will be heard by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, accusing the disgraced comedian of “manipulating the justice system just like he manipulated all those women.”

“Does it never end?” the host of Fox Nation’s “Crime Stories with Nancy Grace” asked on the latest episode. “All those years he had of being America’s Dad, being the big movie star, the number one comedian in the country. And what was he doing? Molesting women. Doping them and then molesting them. Raping them. He finally gets convicted after a 20-or 30-year run. And now … his case is rearing its ugly head.”

Cosby, 82, is serving a sentence of three to 10 years after he of was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2004.

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Pennylvania’s highest court has agreed to review the trial judge’s decision to let prosecutors call five other accusers to testify about long-ago encounters with Cosby, testimony his lawyers have long challenged as remote and unreliable. The court will also consider whether the jury should have heard evidence that Cosby had given Quaaludes to women in the past.

“I have interviewed, spoken with, so many of Cosby’s victims,” Grace said. “And they all say, ‘Oh, I was so stupid,’ … as if they somehow contributed to being raped. And I’m hearing … [supermodel] Janice Dickinson telling me her story and her voice got higher and higher and higher and higher — I’m getting a chill myself, chills just remembering it — as she recounted what Cosby did to her.

“And now,” Grace added, “he’s manipulating the justice system just like he manipulated all these women. I have no doubt in my mind Dickinson and all the other women were telling the truth.”

The court will also examine Cosby’s argument that he had an agreement with a former prosecutor that he would never be charged in the case. Cosby has said he relied on that agreement before agreeing to give a deposition in a civil case against him.

“I find it very difficult to believe [there was] a secret agreement that allows a very wealthy defendant to get out of a rape case,” Grace said. “I find it very difficult to believe that that is going to be upheld … I don’t agree you can basically buy an immunity agreement, but we’ll see as justice unfolds.”

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Reporter tells Nancy Grace ‘cult mom’ Lori Vallow’s children ‘were tortured, in a way’

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The children of so-called “Cult Mom” Lori Vallow were bound with duct tape, covered in plastic and dismembered, according to an Idaho reporter who has followed the sordid case closely.

“I don’t think these kids were simply put to sleep and then buried,” Nate Eaton of EastIdahoNews.com said on the upcoming Fox Nation special, “A Lori Vallow Investigation With Nancy Grace,”

Eaton said that court records indicated that the remains of seven-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow, and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan showed signs of “torture.”

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“We know that JJ was wrapped in plastic. He was wrapped in duct tape,” Eaton said. “There was a white plastic bag over his head.

“I don’t think these kids were simply put to sleep and then buried.”

— Nate Eaton, ‘A Lori Vallow Investigation With Nancy Grace’

“Tylee’s remains were burned. She was dismembered. She was buried in the ground,” Eaton asserted. “It’s not like these bodies were simply buried in a decent manner. They were tortured, in a way.”

Eaton also claimed that the court documents indicate that Tylee was dismembered premortem.

“We don’t know the specifics about that,” he added. “But we do know that her remains were also burned and they found bones when they discovered her body.”

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The children’s remains were found on June 9 on the Idaho property of Chad Daybell, 51, a self-published author of doomsday novels who has been charged with disposing of the youths’ bodies on separate dates in September — the same month the children were reported missing by relatives.

Vallow, 46, has been jailed on child abandonment charges. The couple is being held on a $1 million bond each.

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“Where’s the murder charge?” host Nancy Grace asked. “What’s the holdup? … Why just concealment?”

Eaton told Grace that Vallow and Daybell could be facing the death penalty “considering all of the factors and considering the manner in which they were disposed.”

To watch more of Nancy Grace’s investigations into the “Cult Mom” saga, watch “Crime Stories” on Fox Nation and stayed tune for “A Lori Vallow Investigation With Nancy Grace.”

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Which was the first women’s national championship team from the Big Ten?

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The 1998-1999 Purdue Boilermakers women’s basketball team was a squad that was never expected to go that far, let alone win the school’s first national championship and make history in the Big Ten conference.

Their story of triumph and heartbreaking tragedy is told in “Passion and Perseverance: 1999 Purdue Women’s Basketball,” which is now available on Fox Nation.

“The legacy that they’ve left — to be the first national champion women’s basketball team in the Big Ten — that’s incredible,” said New Orleans Saints quarterback and Purdue University alum Drew Brees in the show.

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Using documentary footage and interviews with players, coaches, and journalists, “Passion and Perseverance” re-examines the story of star players Stephanie White and Ukari Figgs, head coach Carolyn Peck and their teammates as they overcame challenges and setbacks, eventually defeating Duke to become national champions.

White and Figgs were both top recruits from their respective states, Indiana and Kentucky.  But after one season playing at Purdue, their team seemed to be on the brink of falling apart.

Their first head coach was fired, top players transferred to other schools and recruits decided to pass on Purdue. The next season was more of the same.  Their new coach was pulled away by an offer to lead the U.S.A. National team.

Carolyn Peck, an assistant coach at Purdue, was now getting her big shot.

“I think by her being the assistant coach first, we had a much better relationship with her as a head coach because we had already built up that rapport,” said Figgs.

The Boilermakers had a great season, but they came up one game short of making the Final Four tournament, losing to the Lady Techsters of Louisiana Tech.

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Regardless of the loss, the players came away feeling that the next season would be even better. White and Figgs would be seniors and their coach proved that they could win together.

But then, history threatened to repeat itself. Peck was offered a job helping to start a WNBA franchise in Orlando.

“You couldn’t blame Carolyn for looking at that opportunity,” said Mike Carmin of the Lafayette Journal & Courier.  “It was the next level of basketball for women at that point. The WNBA was just starting out.”

“I was pissed,” said White, reflecting on a phone call she had with Peck. “We’re going to have to go through this again. Four coaches in four years. I don’t want to do this. I think I cussed her out on the phone.”

Figgs, on the other hand, told Peck that they didn’t need her.

“Well, every year that we get a new coach, we go one step further,” Figgs remembered telling Peck. “So if you leave, we’ll get to the Final Four next year, so go ahead and leave.”

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“She started laughing,” Figgs said. “Then I think she was like, ‘Wait a minute. Did you just say that to me?'”

“That was one of many opportunities to learn from somebody younger than me,” said Peck, “and to really hear and feel commitment and the commitment that she had to Purdue… I was like, ‘I’m not leaving.’

Peck made an agreement with Orlando that she would not assume any work responsibilities with the new franchise until her job at Purdue was finished.

That next season proved to be worth it. But as sweet as it was, it didn’t prevent the Purdue family from experiencing a tragedy — unlike anything they had ever imagined.

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Immigrant owner of small business ransacked by looters speaks out: ‘We are innocent victims’

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Fox Nation host Raymond Arroyo went to Santa Monica, Calif., to speak to small business owners, who found their stores, and in some cases their lives, threatened by violent mobs amid the turmoil in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.

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“At the end of May, here at the Santa Monica Promenade, 80 businesses were looted, ransacked, and destroyed while police did nothing,” narrated Arroyo, in a special episode of Fox Nation’s “Laura and Raymond.” “In all, 225 businesses suffered damage.”

On Sunday, May 30, a peaceful protest descended into chaos after a smaller group of looters broke away from the main demonstrations.

Locals merchants said that when the violence and destruction spiraled out of control the police were nowhere to be found.  In the end, however, law enforcement reportedly made about 400 arrests.

Kristen Rotblatt, the manager of the Santa Monica Homoeopathic pharmacy, which had been in business for 75 years, said the store was trashed and the owner was nearly killed.

“Three gigantic people jumped him and started pummeling him on the back of the head, kicking him to the ground,” Rotblatt told Arroyo.

“When they got distracted, he was able to jump in his car and get away,” she said. “He’s still recovering… they could have killed him.”

Another small business owner, who has operated in the Santa Monica community for more than 30 years, told Arroyo that she and her husband were left to fend for themselves when the looting started.

“They broke in, [I] immediately, got a call from [the] alarm company to notify us that the police officers are not showing up,” said Afrouz Vahdani, co-owner of Santa Monica Car Sound & Window Tinting.

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“They pretty much took everything [and] damaged whatever was left,” she said of the crowd, adding that she and her husband rushed down to the store, but were helpless to stop the destruction.

“They had guns,” said Vahdani. “You never think such a thing [would happen] in the city of Santa Monica, [in] broad daylight and no police officer is showing up.

“I already feel their pain,” she concluded. “We are immigrants… We are the innocent victims here… How we are going to recover from this, I don’t even know.”

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NFL dads reflect on importance of fatherhood and faith

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In a special Father’s Day episode of Fox Nation’s “Ainsley’s Bible Study,” Ainsley Earhardt sat down with five dads who shared their thoughts on fatherhood and faith.

“We live in a culture that suppresses manhood in many different ways,” said retired NFL tight end Benjamin Watson. “When you talk to men about what true manhood is, you’ll get a variety of different answers and most of them are not biblical.”

“Most of them have to do with power. They have to do with sex. They have to do with money. All things that in our human spirit we desire,” he continued. “When we turn everything back to scripture, which is where the real truth is, we see what true manhood is.”

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Watson, who played for the New Orleans Saints and the New England Patriots, noted that he is grateful to have grown up in a home with strong male role models, who encouraged his faithfulness.

“I was always told that a man is supposed to be the priest, the prophet, the protector, and provider of his home. That’s not easy, but understanding that through the Holy Spirit, I have the power to do that,” he said, “and I fall short all the time.”

Demario Davis, an NFL linebacker, former Saints teammate and close friend of Watson, explained that he experienced a different road to embracing his role as a father.

“I came from a lot of seeing and walking in ways that were opposite of the Lord,” said Davis, “But when I got to college, I ended up coming to Christ.

“Don’t get me wrong, my dad was a really good person and he taught me a lot of valuable principles,” he said, “But the faith aspect … I didn’t have any in-home examples to know how to model it for my children.”

“My fatherhood and learning how to be a father — that reflects glory to the Lord. [It] came from my relationship with God.”

Davis said that his parents have come to embrace Christianity as firmly as he does and he wouldn’t want to rewrite that history of his family.

“I wouldn’t have it any other way because I really have learned the foundational principles of what it means to be a father through my relationship with God,” he said. “I understand sacrifices, Jesus coming down on the cross for our sins, so I know what that means to live a sacrificial life.”

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Davis and Watson were also joined by well-known Christian pastor and author Max Lucado and musicians Matthew West and Craig Morgan.

Morgan reflected on the heartbreaking loss of his 19-year-old son in a drowning accident on Kentucky lake in July 2016.

“Come Father’s Day, because of what has happened, we do have mixed emotions,” said Morgan, who revealed that suffering families frequently ask him about coping with the loss of a loved one.

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“I tell them there’s nothing that I can say personally that’s going to make you feel better,” he explained. “What I can tell you is that if you talk to God, he can and will make you feel better.

“Every morning that I get up and I see his picture and my heart starts hurting,” Morgan told Earhardt haltingly, fighting to hold back his tears, “instead of thinking about what it would be like, what his wife would be like, what his kids would be like, I think about all the wonderful times that we had, the blessings.

“That’s what we should do in our life, period,” he concluded. “We should focus on the blessings that God has given us instead of what it is we want or think we might get.”

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