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Judge Jeanine explains how Americans are the 'woke ones now'

Judge Jeanine: America is waking up

‘Justice with Judge Jeanine’ host says a ‘new side of the aisle is now woke’ in her opening monologue

America is “waking up” said “Justice with Judge Jeanine” host Jeanine Pirro Saturday as she looked back at the results of this week’s election. 

JEANINE PIRRO: America is waking up. Perhaps we are even woke. But forget about the wokeness you’ve heard of in recent years. The enlightening that’s happening now is bigger, greater, and will continue to create shockwaves throughout this country. In other words, a new side of the aisle is now woke. 

America is waking up. Yeah, we’re the woke ones now. You woke the sleeping giant and poked that bear in the eye. She came out of her cave with a vengeance. So you can take your progressive, racist, union-supporting, tax-sucking, American-hating, patriotic-hating agenda to the socialist countries where it belongs. It ain’t going to work here. Trust me on that.

WATCH JUDGE JEANINE’S FULL MONOLOGUE HERE: 

Police responding to ‘serious incident’ in Manawatu region

Police are currently responding to a “serious incident” in the Manawatu region.

One witness told the Herald they saw a few police cars speed past their Tangimoana property chasing a black car.

A police spokesperson said the incident was serious and more information would be provided when able.

“Police are responding to a serious incident in the Manawatu region. More information will be provided when able.”

China’s exports stay strong, trade surplus hits $84 billion

Exports and imports are much higher than a year ago, when much of the world was in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is widespread concern that economic headwinds are slowing growth

China’s exports remained strong in October, a positive sign for an economy trying to weather power shortages and COVID-19 outbreaks.

The country’s customs agency said Sunday that exports totaled $300.2 billion, up 27.1% from a year ago. That was down from a 28.1% increase in September but still healthy. Imports came in at $215.7 billion, a 20.6% rise.

Exports and imports are much higher than a year ago, when much of the world was in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is widespread concern that economic headwinds are slowing growth.

China’s economy has been buffeted by the government’s tough COVID-19-related restrictions, which have depressed domestic travel and consumer demand, and power shortages that have pushed down factory production. Regulators are also cracking down on debt-laden real estate developers, slowing the housing market.

China’s trade surplus in October was $84.5 billion, up from $66.8 billion the previous month. The surplus with the U.S. was down slightly to $40.7 billion, compared to $42 billion in September. With the EU, it was $25.9 billion.

Broncos vs. Cowboys live blog: Real-time updates from the NFL Week 9 game at AT&T Stadium – The Denver Post

Live updates, tweets, photos, analysis and more from the Broncos game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Nov. 7, 2021.

Mobile users, if you can’t see the live blog, tap here.

WATCH: Broncos’ Melvin Gordon punches in touchdown against Cowboys – The Denver Post

The Broncos struck first on the road in Dallas on Sunday.

After a pass interference call gave Denver a new set of downs in the red zone, Melvin Gordon III punched in a 3-yard run into the end zone to give Denver an early lead at AT&T Stadium.

Brandon McManus would miss the extra-point try, leaving the Broncos a 6-0 lead in the first quarter.

WATCH: Broncos’ Teddy Bridgewater connects with Tim Patrick for 44-yd TD pass against Cowboys – The Denver Post

The Broncos’ offense is rolling in Dallas.

Early in the second quarter, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater connected on a 44-yard touchdown pass with Tim Patrick against the Cowboys.

The score gave Denver a 13-0 lead.

WATCH: Broncos’ Javonte Williams powers through Cowboys blockade for 30-yard gain – The Denver Post

Javonte Williams is hard man to take down.

The Broncos’ rookie running back was slowed down by Cowboys defenders on a run early in the third quarter, but he powered through and with a little help from lineman Quinn Meinerz, rumbled for a 30-yard gain.

Denver led 16-0 at the time.

WATCH: Broncos’ Teddy Bridgewater connects with Kendall Hinton for 40-yd reception against Cowboys – The Denver Post

For a former Broncos quarterback, Kendall Hinton is turning into one nice receiver.

Denver quarterback Teddy Bridgewater connected with Hinton for a 40-yard reception in the fourth quarter against the Cowboys on third-and-14.

The play could eventually set up a 1-yard touchdown run by Bridgewater to give the Broncos a 27-0 lead.

WATCH: Broncos’ Jonathon Cooper drops Cowboys’ Dak Prescott, records 1st NFL sack – The Denver Post

No Von Miller? No problem.

Broncos rookie linebacker Jonathon Cooper recorded his first NFL sack on Sunday, taking down Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott in the second quarter.

The play forced Dallas to a third-and-21. Denver led 16-0 at the time.