Jessica Chasmar, The Washington Times

Jessica Chasmar

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Past articles by Jessica:

Nautically correct Australian officials to rebrand shark ‘attacks’ as ‘negative encounters’

Officials in Australia are reportedly rebranding shark "attacks" as "a negative encounter" as experts argue the former had given sharks a bad reputation not based on science. → Read More

Booksellers group sorry for ‘violent incident’ after promoting ‘anti-trans’ book

The American Booksellers Association apologized Wednesday for a "serious, violent incident" in which it promoted a book about gender dysphoria that critics considered "anti-trans." → Read More

Megan Fox clarifies Trump remarks, slams ‘burn-a-witch-at-the-stake’ culture

Actress Megan Fox slammed the "uneducated" social media mob who came for her this week after she appeared to praise former President Donald Trump. → Read More

George W. Bush slams Afghanistan withdrawal: It’s ‘going to be unbelievably bad’

Former President George W. Bush said Wednesday that the Biden administration’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan will result in “unbelievably bad” consequences. → Read More

James Carville warns Democratic Party letting ‘wokeness,’ ‘language police’ define it

Longtime Democratic strategist James Carville said Tuesday that Democrats need to do a better job at not allowing the "noisy" left wing define the party if they want to continue winning elections. → Read More

Bernie Sanders calls on Cuban government to ‘refrain from violence’ against protesters

Sen. Bernie Sanders called on the Cuban government to “refrain from violence” against the thousands of protesters who took to the streets in the communist country this week. → Read More

Mel Gibson spotted saluting Donald Trump at UFC fight

Actor and Oscar-winning director Mel Gibson was spotted giving a military salute to former President Donald Trump at an Ultimate Fighting Championship match Saturday in Las Vegas. → Read More

CBS’ Gayle King to ‘ban’ unvaccinated family from Thanksgiving

"CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King revealed during an interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci Monday that she is banning unvaccinated relatives from attending her Thanksgiving celebration this year. → Read More

Fauci to unvaccinated Americans: ‘Get over this political statement’

Dr. Anthony Fauci urged Americans still hesitant to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to "get over this political statement" and get the shot. → Read More

Spike Lee at Cannes: Black people still ‘hunted down like animals’

Director and producer Spike Lee declared Tuesday that more than 30 years after he made "Do The Right Thing," Black people are still being "hunted down like animals" in America. → Read More

Ohio police chief out after placing ‘Ku Klux Klan’ sign on Black officer’s desk

An Ohio police chief has retired following 30 years on the force after a surveillance video showed him placing a note reading, “Ku Klux Klan,” on a Black police officer’s desk. → Read More

Bill Cosby blasts mainstream media as ‘insurrectionists’ trying to ‘demolish the Constitution’

Bill Cosby blasted the mainstream media as "insurrectionists" hell-bent on destroying the country in a Fourth of July statement following his release from prison. → Read More

Claire McCaskill starting ‘new family tradition’ of re-watching Capitol riot footage every July 4

MSNBC political analyst Claire McCaskill said Friday she and her family will start a new tradition this Independence Day by re-watching footage of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. → Read More

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot: ‘About 99%’ of criticism is because I’m a Black woman

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Wednesday that "about 99%" of the criticism she faces is because she's a Black woman. → Read More

Kamala Harris’ office ‘an abusive environment’ where staffers ‘often feel mistreated’: Report

Staffers for Vice President Kamala Harris are experiencing low morale in an unfriendly environment where they often feel ignored and mistreated, Politico reported Wednesday. → Read More

Black diversity chief out after failing to mention Islamophobia in statement rejecting antisemitism

A Black Jewish diversity chief at a nonprofit for children's book authors resigned Sunday amid backlash after she neglected to specifically condemn Islamophobia in a statement denouncing antisemitism. → Read More

Dr. Fauci warns ‘it’s going to be two Americas’ between vaccinated, unvaccinated

Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Tuesday that “two Americas” may develop between predominantly vaccinated and unvaccinated regions if the delta coronavirus variant continues its spread in the country. → Read More

Ilhan Omar: ‘Right-wingers’ will ‘twist everything I say until I am completely silenced’

Rep. Ilhan Omar said "right-wingers" will stop at nothing to silence her after she said Wednesday night she didn't regret posting a tweet that was condemned by her Jewish colleagues. → Read More

Oakland police chief rips vote to defund amid ‘out-of-control’ crime: ‘It’s going to delay response’

Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong ripped the city council's decision last week to redirect $18 million from the department, saying it will undoubtedly increase police response times as the city experiences an "out-of-control" uptick in crime. → Read More

Meghan McCain blasts Gwen Berry for American flag snub: ‘I will die on this hill’

"The View" co-host Meghan McCain gave an impassioned rant blasting Olympic athlete Gwen Berry for turning her back to the U.S. flag on the medal stand over the weekend, saying the hammer thrower and activist is providing propaganda for America's enemies. → Read More