From The Alpha and the Omega - Chapter Eight
by Jim A. Cornwell, Copyright © 1995, all rights reserved
"FISA - Under Surveillance 2022 April-June"

FISA - Under Surveillance 2022 April-June
    THE CORRUPTION OF THE DEMOCRATS IS BEGINNING TO CATCH UP TO THEM AS THE TRUTH IS COMING OUT ON INVESTIGATIONS OF THE VIOLATIONS FROM FISA WARRANTS IS IN PROCESS AND THE DEMOCRATS ARE BECOMING DESPERATE AS THEIR ACTIONS RECENTLY LETS YOU KNOW THAT CLEARLY.
To return to Astronomical Events To Appear Between 2014 Through 2017 A.D.
Or return to FISA-Under Surveillance in 2022 January-March or continue to FISA- Under Surveillance in 2022 July-September

    Just as we thought that we would see that the people who have committed crimes against the Trump administration are being prosecuted as the investigators and investigation by John Durham is starting to scare those who are implicated.

4/1/2022 True The Vote: 2020 Wis. Election Plagued By Ballot Trafficking by OAN Newsroom
Chester County election workers process mail-in and absentee ballots for the 2020 general election
in the United States at West Chester University, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
    Election integrity group True the Vote revealed a massive ballot trafficking operation in Wisconsin and other swing states during the 2020 elections.     In a testimony before the state Campaigns and Elections Committee in Wisconsin, analysts revealed 4.8 million ballots were trafficked in 2020.    Up to 7 percent of all ballots were harvested as part of the legally questionable practice.
    “It’s an organized crime that was perpetrated on Americans by advancing bad process,” explained Gregg Phillips, Election Integrity Analyst for True the Vote.    “Dirty voter rolls, ballot boxes, all sorts of mail-in ballot capabilities, and you roll all that up and it’s quite evident to those of us who have spent the last 15-months of our lives developing these numbers that this was indeed organized crime that was perpetrated on Americans.”
    Experts pointed out that the highly organized effort appears to have exploited many legal loopholes.    True the Vote also traced 14 ballot traffickers in Wisconsin, who the group said participated in violent Black Lives Matter riots earlier that year.

4/1/2022 Rep. Jordan On Hunter Biden Laptop: There Was A Conspiracy To Keep Information From American People by OAN Newsroom
    Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said House Judiciary Committee Republicans have launched a probe into claims Facebook and Twitter suppressed information about the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop.    One America’s John Hines has more from Capitol Hill.

4/3/2022 Federal tax probe into Biden’s son continuing - Michael Balsamo and Eric Tucker by ASSOCIATED PRESS
    WASHINGTON – A federal grand jury has heard testimony in recent months about Hunter Biden’s income and payments he received while serving on the board of a Ukraine energy company, according to two people familiar with the probe.
    It remains unclear whether he might be charged.    But the grand jury activity underscores that a federal tax investigation into President Joe Biden’s son that began in 2018 remains active as prosecutors continue to examine foreign payments and other aspects of his finances.
    A lawyer for Hunter Biden did not return a phone message and email seeking comment on Friday.    A Justice Department spokesman deferred a request for comment to the U.S. attorney’s office in Delaware, which is handling the investigation.    A spokesperson for the office did not return a phone message seeking comment.
    The people familiar with the investigation could not discuss details of the ongoing probe publicly and spoke to AP on condition of anonymity.
    No matter how the investigation resolves, it has already presented a political headache for the Biden administration and could lead to an even bigger one, particularly if Republicans who have seized on the probe to attack the president retake control of the House in midterm elections later this year.    Republicans would then control congressional committees and shape the focus of any investigations.
    A White House that has sought to deflect questions about law enforcement matters to the Justice Department was asked last week whether it stood by the president’s assertion in a 2020 debate that his son had not had unethical business dealings with Ukraine or China.    White House communications director Kate Bedingfield said yes.
    The investigation could also force a delicate decision for the Justice Department, which has sought to assert its independence and has publicly stressed its willingness to let the facts and evidence, not political decisions, guide its investigative and charging decisions.
    Attorney General Merrick Garland has not shed any light publicly on the investigation.    But the Justice Department did leave in place the top federal prosecutor in Delaware – David Weiss, a Trump administration holdover – presumably as a way to ensure continuity.
    Hunter Biden confirmed the existence of an investigation into his taxes in December 2020, one month after the presidential election.    He said in a statement at the time that he was 'confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisors.'
    The Associated Press reported later that month that a subpoena served on the younger Biden sought information related to more than two dozen entities.    One was Burisma, a Ukrainian gas company whose board he had joined when his father was vice president.    That move sparked concerns about a potential conflict of interest given that elder Biden was deeply involved in U.S. policy toward Ukraine during the Obama administration.
A federal tax investigation into President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, that began in 2018 remains active. Carolyn Kaster/AP
[We have known about this corruption since 2018 to date and if you read my FISA-UNDERSURVEILLANCE file you could see all of that ignored by them and it is now just getting on the Fake News services in 2022 and if so we would not have Joe Biden in office but then the election was stolen from illegal ballot collecting that was also ignored by the FAKE NEWS.].


[A MESSAGE FROM JIM A. CORNWELL, THE LEFTIST DEMOCRAT PARTY WHO HAVE CONTROL OF MANY SERVICES USED THEIR ASSUMED POWER FORCED AT&T WHO OWN DIRECTV SERVICES WHICH I HAVE HAD FOR MANY YEARS ON CHANNEL 347 OF ONE AMERICA NETWORK AND DISCONTINUED THAT SERVICE WHICH I WILL CLAIM WAS THE MOST ACCURATE NEWS SERVICE WHO PROMOTE IT TRUTHFULLY EVEN TRUMP SAID THAT COMPARED TO ALL THE OTHER FAKE NEWS SERVICES THAT NO ONE IS WATCHING ANYMORE UNLESS THEY ARE AS STUPID THAT I THINK THEY ARE, SO THE LEFT CANNOT CONTROL THE INTERNET WHICH ALLOWED OANN TO BEGIN TO GET THEIR NEWS OUT AGAIN BY APRIL 7, 2022 AND IS REBUILDING IT UP AND WILL RISE AGAIN TO HAUNT THEM FOREVER.]

4/7/2022 GOP Demands Release Of Biden’s Recommendation Letter For Son Of Chinese Oligarch To Study In U.S. by OAN Newsroom
Joe Biden, left, and his son Hunter Biden, right, in Vancouver, Canada. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
    More information is coming to light about the latest Biden family scandal.    The President allegedly wrote a Brown University recommendation letter for the son of a Chinese oligarch, namely BHR executive Jonathan Li, back in 2017.    This was revealed in Hunter Biden’s emails, which were obtained by Fox News on Wednesday.
    Republican lawmakers are demanding the White House release this recommendation letter.    Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) said Joe Biden’s letter serves as “irrefutable proof” that he knew about Hunter’s business dealings with China and these emails are evidence that Joe used his political influence to profit from the communist country.
    At the time, Hunter Biden was a partner at BHR, which emails show reserved 10 percent of its profits for the “big guy.”    Joe has repeatedly denied ever talking about business dealing with Hunter, though his press secretary appeared to fumble when questioned on the matter.
    During a press briefing Wednesday, Jen Psaki was asked if it’s common practice for Joe to do favors for Hunter’s business partners.    The White House official repeatedly noted that Joe was a “private citizen'” when and if he wrote that letter.    She also disputed the evidence suggesting Joe knew of his family’s foreign business interests.”
    Hunter is currently under federal investigation over his taxes and international business dealings.    According to Fox News, the President’s son has been under federal investigation since 2018 with sources saying there is a high probability he committed a crime.
    In the meantime, all 19 Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee signed a letter asking 51 former Intelligence officials why they played a role in the narrative that stories about Hunter’s laptop were Russian propaganda.    This came after 51 Intelligence officials in 2020 released a statement connecting Biden’s laptop with Russia.
    However, Republicans pointed out that the New York Times and the Washington Post have both recently independently confirmed the contents of the laptop were authentic.    They said the most likely explanation for their denial is they were part of a coordinated effort to mislead Americans ahead of the 2020 elections in order to help get Joe Biden elected over Donald Trump.
    Republicans are asking for all signers to respond by April 20 with information leading up to the release of that letter.

4/7/2022 Doctor Says Thousands Are Suffering With Vax Injuries by OAN Newsroom
    While some complain of so-called “long COVID,” doctors say many are also feeling long term effects from COVID vaccines.    One America’s Caitlin Sinclair has more.


4/8/2022 Mark Meadows Says Durham Allegations Against Clinton Campaign Lawyer Are ‘Very Damning’ by OAN Newsroom
    Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said special prosecutor John Durham’s allegations against Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman are “very damning.”    One America’s John Hines has more from Washington, D.C.
    They discussed the characters in the collusion against Donald Trump which Durham is investigating now.





4/8/2022 Texas Gov. Abbott Takes Unprecedented Step To Fight Border Crisis by OAN Newsroom
Texas Governor Greg Abbott speaks during a press conference where he signed Senate Bills 2 and 3
at the Capitol on June 8, 2021 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Montinique Monroe/Getty Images)
    Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) is gearing up for a surge of illegal immigrants as a result to President Joe Biden’s move to end Title 42.    Since Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris seemingly refuse to witness the border crisis for themselves, the Texas governor is bringing it straight to their front door.
    During a recent press conference, Abbott said local officials are angry at the mess Biden has created.    In an effort to help them deal with the pending surge, the Republican will be providing charter buses to send the illegals straight to Washington, D.C.    The governor said this will allow Biden to more immediately address the needs of the people he is allowing into the country.
    Abbott outlined other new security measures, including enhanced inspection of cars and physical border barriers in addition to Texas building its own wall.    He went on to say high smuggling areas will also now be flooded with lights during the night.
    Governor Abbott said Texas is expecting up to 18,000 illegals entering on a daily basis once Title 42 expires, which is an unprecedented half a million per month. He’s expected to announce additional border security measures next week.
[WELL IF THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION WAS PUTTING ILLEGAL ALIENS ON BUSES AND AIRPLANES AND TAKEN TO GOD KNOWS WHERE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT THEN GOV ABBOTT HAS EVERY RIGHT SINCE THEY ARE IGNORING HIM HE MIGHT AS WELL DO THE SAME THING THEY DO WHICH WOULD BE VERY HUMOROUS TO SEND THEM TO WASHINGTON D.C. IN 900 BUSES ALSO SINCE THEY WILL NOT COME TO THE BORDER TO SEE WHAT THEY ARE CAUSING.].

4/10/2022 Devin Nunes On Big Tech Suppression & Democrat Collusion by OAN Newsroom


AS YOU CAN SEE ABOVE SUSSMANN IS COMMITTING HIS CRIME WITH THE FBI



4/12/2022 Biden Unveils Strict Gun Control Laws by OAN Newsroom
President Joe Biden holds pieces of a 9mm pistol as he speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington,
Monday, April 11, 2022. Biden announced a final version of the administration’s ghost gun rule, which comes with the
White House and the Justice Department under growing pressure to crack down on gun deaths. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
    The Biden administration unveiled a stricter crackdown on ghost guns while changing the definition of a firearm under federal law.    While standing on the lawn of the Rose Garden, President Joe Biden announced the banning of unlicensed kits used to create the untraceable weapons.
    The new rule also includes a ban on the so-called Buy Build Shoot kits, which people can purchase online or at a store and assemble within 30-minutes.    As a result, commercial manufacturers will be required to include a serial number on each kit and run a background check on the person prior to a sale.
    Critics were quick to dismiss the rule while claiming “the Constitution does not authorize the federal government to prevent a person from making their own firearm.”    In railing against ghost guns, Biden showcased how easy it is to assemble one.
    The move will also mandate licensed firearm dealers to keep records of sales until their businesses close, which they are then required to report to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). Previously, dealers were allowed to discard the documents.
    The NRA slammed Biden’s plan, saying the administration is not “truly sincere” on fighting violent crimes until criminals are put behind bars.    Meanwhile, Biden defended the idea that the regulation is “extreme.”
    Additionally, Second Amendment advocates suggested lenient, soft-on-crime Democrat policies are the reason for violent offenses, not the gun.    This comes as NYPD statistics found ghost guns make up a small percentage of overall guns used for crime.
[SOMEBODY GET JOE BIDEN TO READ THE SECOND AMENDMENT WHERE IT SAYS PEOPLE CAN KEEP AND BEAR ARMS WHICH ARE NOT DEFINED IT COULD BE A TANK IF WE WANT IT WHICH WE MAY NEED TO GET YOU OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE WITH YOUR ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT GLOBALIST SOCIALIST WHO ARE DESTROYING THIS COUNTRY.
    The final, handwritten original of the Bill of Rights as passed by Congress, with the rest of the original prepared by scribe William Lambert, is preserved in the National Archives.    This is the version ratified by Delaware and used by the Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller:
A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
    So Joe Biden stop infringing on our 2nd Amendment rights.].

4/14/2022 WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND
WELL JOE EVEN THE BIRDS ARE SO MAD AT YOUR POLICIES THAT ONE POOPED ON YOUR
LEFT SHOULDER DUE TO ALL THE WIND TURBINES KILLING THOUSANDS OF THEIR BIRD FRIENDS


4/14/2022 Case against Clinton lawyer in counsel’s probe can go on by Eric Tucker, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    WASHINGTON – The criminal prosecution of a Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer charged with lying to the FBI during the Trump-Russia investigation can move forward, a judge ruled Wednesday in denying a defense bid to dismiss the case.
    The ruling means Michael Sussmann, charged last year by special counsel John Durham, remains set for trial on May 16 in Washington’s federal court.
    Sussmann is charged with lying to the FBI during a September 2016 meeting in which he relayed concerns from cybersecurity researchers about a potential secret back channel of communications between servers of the Trump Organization and Russia-based Alfa Bank.
    The FBI investigated the matter but ultimately found no such suspicious links.
    Prosecutors allege that Sussmann misled the FBI’s then-general counsel by saying that he was not attending the meeting on behalf of a particular client when he was actually presenting the information on behalf of the Clinton campaign and a technology executive with whom he had worked.
    In order to prosecute someone for a false statement, the Justice Department must prove that the statement was not only fictitious but also “material” – that is, capable of influencing a government agency’s decision-making or functions.br>     In this case, Durham’s team says that had the FBI known Sussmann was representing the interests of the Clinton campaign at the meeting, it would have done more to examine his motives and the reliability of his information as it considered whether to open an investigation based on the tip he provided.
    Sussmann’s lawyers have argued that his ties to the Clinton campaign were already well-known to the FBI, and have rejected the idea that the full disclosure of that relationship could have meaningfully influenced the FBI’s decision to investigate or act on his tip.
    U.S. District Judge Christopher “Casey” Cooper said in a six-page ruling Wednesday that the dispute was ultimately up to a jury to decide.
    “The battle lines thus are drawn, but the Court cannot resolve this standoff prior to trial,” Cooper wrote.br>     Durham, a former U.S. attorney in Connecticut, was appointed in 2019 by then-Attorney General William Barr to look for government misconduct during the investigation into Russian election interference in 2016 and possible ties to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
    Sussmann is one of three people charged so far.
    Sussmann is charged with lying to the FBI during a September 2016 meeting in which he relayed concerns from cybersecurity researchers about a potential secret back channel of communications between servers of the Trump Organization and Russia-based Alfa Bank.
John Durham, a former U.S. attorney in Connecticut, was appointed in 2019 to look for
government misconduct during the investigation into Russian election interference. AP

4/14/2022 Park Police, Secret Service settle BLM protester lawsuits - Agencies to change crowd dispersal rules by Bart Jansen, USA TODAY
    WASHINGTON – U.S. Park Police and the Secret Service agreed Wednesday to update their policies for dealing with protesters as part of the settlement of four lawsuits over how protesters were cleared from Lafayette Square in 2020, the Justice Department announced.
    The changes include requirements for Park Police officers to wear visible identification, limit the use of nonlethal force and set new procedures for dispersing crowds.
    “The federal government is committed to the highest standards for protecting civil rights and civil liberties in any federal law enforcement response to public demonstrations,” Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta said in a statement.
    Nationwide protests erupted after the murder of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis in May 2020.    During a protest the next month, federal authorities cleared the park before then-President Donald Trump walked from the White House to St. John’s Episcopal Church, where he held up a Bible.
    The Interior Department’s inspector general found that authorities didn’t clear the park for the photo op but for contractors to erect security fences.
    Authorities cleared the crowd with tear gas and military-grade weapons, according to four lawsuits filed against the administration.    One of the plaintiffs, Radiya Buchanan, said the tear gas canisters sounded like bombs exploding in the crowd, “and the scene quickly resembled a war zone.”
    “People were running over each other, looking for anything to pour into their eyes to stop the burning all while trying to dodge flares and gas canisters,” Buchanan said in a statement.    “It did not feel like we were in America.”
    April Goggans, an organizer of Black Lives Matter, said tear gas and rubber bullets would never silence protests against police violence.
    “These attempts to disrupt the ability to organize for an end to the recurring trauma caused to Black communities by police attacks will not go unchallenged,” Goggans said in a statement.
    The lawsuits were filed on behalf of Black Lives Matter D.C. and 13 protesters by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; American Civil Liberties Union of D.C.; the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs; and the law firms of Arnold & Porter; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; and Regan Zambri Long.
    As part of the settlement, the U.S. Park Police will:
    Within the next 30 days, the Secret Service agreed to amend its policies so unlawful conduct by some demonstrators wouldn’t provide blanket grounds for use of force, crowd dispersal or a declaration of unlawful assembly.
President Donald Trump visits St. John’s Church across from Lafayette Park, which he cleared of protesters in 2020. AP
[THAT DEMONSTRATION WAS AT THEIR OWN FAULT AND SHOWS THE BEST EXAMPLE OF THE LEFT ATTACKING A PRESIDENT AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN STOPPED TOTALLY AND THE SOCIALIST GLOBALISTS EYES WERE PROBABLY BURNING TO SEE A PRESIDENT HOLDING UP A BIBLE.].

4/14/2022 Texas Gov. Abbott Signs Agreement With Nuevo Leon, Mexico To Secure Border by OAN Newsroom
FILE – A line of Texas Department of Safety vehicles line up on the Texas side of the Rio Grande with Mexico visible, right,
near an encampment of migrants, many from Haiti, on Sept. 22, 2021, in Del Rio, Texas. Former Trump administration officials
are pressing Republican border governors to declare an “invasion” along the U.S.-Mexico border. It comes as Texas Gov.
Greg Abbott says he’ll announce “unprecedented actions” on Wednesday to deter migrants coming to Texas. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)
    Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) signed a historic agreement with the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon to increase border security.     During a press conference on Wednesday, the Republican said under this deal law enforcement from Nueva Leon will patrol the border and Texas will stop inspections of their commercial vehicles.     This move came after Abbott ordered extra inspections of commercial trucks as part of his efforts to curb human trafficking and the flow of drugs into the country. Additionally, this deal includes the setup of security checkpoints and highways connecting both states.
    Abbott stressed, Texans deserve an aggressive border security strategy that will protect their communities from dangerous consequences related to illegal immigration.
    Abbott recently made good on his promise to transport migrants in the US illegally to the nation’s capitol, which he asserted will let the Biden administration immediately address the needs of the people they are allowing to come across the border.
    The Republican lawmaker stressed, the ultimate way to end the clogged border is for Joe Biden to do his job and enforce immigration laws.    Abbott called on Texans to contact their federal elected officials to maintain Title 42 expulsions.

4/14/2022 2nd Bus From Texas Drops Off Illegal Immigrants In D.C. by OAN Newsroom
LA JOYA, TEXAS – JUNE 21: Immigrants walk towards border patrol after crossing the Rio Grande
into the U.S. on June 21, 2021 in La Joya, Texas. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)
    A second bus packed with illegal immigrants from Texas arrived in the nation’s capital.    Early Thursday morning, a charter bus dropped off dozens of passengers near Capitol Hill, just one block from Union Station.
    They were questioned by Capitol Police then released into the city.    This is part of Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s (R) plan to combat Joe Biden’s failing border policies.    Abbott said the move will allow Biden to “more immediately” address the needs of the people he’s allowing into the country.
    On Wednesday, just hours after the first bus of migrants arrived in D.C., White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki doubled down on her criticism of Abbott’s plan.
    “Well, these are all migrants who have been processed by CBP and are free to travel, so it’s nice the state of Texas is helping them get to their final destination as they await in their outcome of their immigration proceedings,” she remarked.    “And they’re all in immigration proceedings.”
    Secretary Psaki then pointed the finger at Abbott for doing “enhanced safety inspections” at several Texas ports along the southern border.    The governor has stepped up measures at the southern border to force administration officials to take action amid the crisis, but Psaki played it off as a political stunt.
    Meanwhile, Abbott’s constituents celebrated a win just days after his initial announcement as the White House reportedly stopped dropping off illegals in Texas between the Rio Gande Valley to Terrell County.
    While it’s unclear where the second bus originated, the first was reportedly from the Del Rio sector, where a surge of illegal immigrants is expected as Biden ends Title 42.

[ALL AMERICANS WE DID NOT VOTE FOR THE TERM EQUITY TO REPLACE ANY RIGHTS WE HAVE AS AN AMERICAN AND THERE WAS NOT A VOTE TO APPROVE SUCH A THING IT WAS FORCED ON US WITHOUT OUR PERMISSION AND NEEDS TO BE DESTROYED IN PLACE.].
4/15/2022 Biden administration seeking to boost equity in government by Darlene Superville, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    The Justice Department is improving language access to its programs to help people with limited English proficiency better report crimes.    The Interior Department is providing technical assistance to Native American tribes to help them apply for grants.    The Energy Department is helping low-income households access programs to weatherize their homes and save energy.
    Those efforts are among hundreds of strategies and commitments the Biden administration released Thursday.    They are the product of an executive order that President Joe Biden signed hours after taking office with the goal of advancing racial equity and support for underserved communities across the federal government.
    The order was the first of its kind by a president, said Chiraag Bains, deputy assistant to the president for racial justice and equity.
    “We set the mission and the mandate for every agency, the entire federal government, to center equity in all that we do,” Bains told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
    After more than a year of review, more than 90 federal agencies, including all major Cabinet departments, released their “equity action plans” on Thursday.
    The plans outline more than 300 strategies and commitments that aim to make federal policies fairer for everyone, including poorer communities and communities of color; tribal, rural and LGBTQ communities; and people with disabilities and women and girls.
    They were to be discussed at a White House event hosted Thursday by domestic policy adviser Susan Rice, budget director Shalanda Young and members of the Cabinet.
    Biden, a Democrat, has one of the most diverse Cabinets, with Black and Hispanic people and women leading major departments, including Defense, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and the Environmental Protection Agency.
    Some of the equity plans have been announced, such as work by the Department of Housing and Urban Development to close the racial gap in homeownership, address disproportionate rates of homelessness among underserved communities and reduce bias in home appraisals.
    Others strategies are being made public for the first time, such as Defense Department efforts to promote the use of artificial intelligence technology to reduce algorithmic bias by investing in the development of a more diverse AI workforce.
    That work includes partnerships with historically Black colleges and universities.
    Equity action teams at every agency led the reviews.    Bains said that, taken together, the strategies “will advance equity and justice so that everybody can thrive in America.”
[THE DEMOCRATS ARE USING THIS TERM EQUITY SO THEY CAN FIND A WAY TO NOT DO WHAT THE FIRST AMENDMENT OFFERS AND THEY CAN PUSH THEIR AGENDA TO BY-PASS IT.
    The First Amendment to the United States Constitution prevents the government from making laws that regulate an establishment of
    It was adopted on December 15, 1791, as one of the ten amendments that constitute the Bill of Rights.
WAKE UP AMERICA the Democrats have used it to deny your religious rights and control what you can and cannot do, and if you speak out what they do not like or provide information in the press they block you, or prosicute or ban you and if you assemble or petition they call you white nationalist or many other non valid names so their EQUITY corruption item is violating our first amendment rights so if this continues we may have to use our second amendment rights to protect ourselves or hopefully we only have to pray to the GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob to protect us from them just like our forefathers did when the British came to stop us
.].

4/19/2022 ‘Horrifying Amount Of Information’ Recovered From Biden Laptop, Says Whistleblower by OAN Newsroom
    Journalist and whistleblower Jack Maxey says he may have recovered “a horrifying amount of information” previously thought to have been erased from Hunter Biden’s laptop.    One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.




[WE WILL PROBABLY HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL THE REPUBLICANS GET BACK IN CONTROL TO PROSECUTE HUNTER AND JOE BIDEN FOR THIS CORRUPTION WHICH WOULD BE AN IMPEACHMENT THAT WE HAVE EVIDENCE OF THE BIG GUY].

4/21/2022 UK judge OKs Assange extradition by Jill Lawless, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    LONDON – A British judge on Wednesday formally approved the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States to face spying charges. The case will now go to Britain’s interior minister for a decision, though the WikiLeaks founder still has legal avenues of appeal.
    The order, which brings the end of the yearslong extradition battle closer, comes after the U.K. Supreme Court last month refused Assange permission to appeal against a lower court’s ruling that he could be extradited.
    District Judge Paul Goldspring issued the order in a brief hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, as Assange watched by video link from prison and his supporters rallied outside the courthouse, demanding he be freed.
    Home Secretary Priti Patel will now decide whether to grant the extradition.
    The move doesn’t exhaust the legal options for Assange, who has sought for years to avoid a trial in the U.S. on charges related to WikiLeaks’ publication of a huge trove of classified documents more than a decade ago.
    His lawyers have four weeks to make submissions to Patel, and can also seek to appeal to the High Court.
    Assange lawyer Mark Summers told the court that the legal team had “serious submissions” to make.
    The U.S. has asked British authorities to extradite Assange so he can stand trial on 17 charges of espionage and one charge of computer misuse.    U.S. prosecutors say Assange unlawfully helped U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning steal classified diplomatic cables and military files that WikiLeaks later published, putting lives at risk.
    Supporters and lawyers for Assange, 50, argue that he was acting as a journalist and is entitled to First Amendment protections of freedom of speech for publishing documents that exposed U.S. military wrongdoing.
    A British district court judge had initially rejected a U.S. extradition request on the grounds that Assange was likely to kill himself if held under harsh U.S. prison conditions.    U.S. authorities later provided assurances that the WikiLeaks founder wouldn’t face the severe treatment that his lawyers said would put his physical and mental health at risk.
    In December, the High Court overturned the lower court’s decision, saying the U.S. promises were enough to guarantee that Assange would be treated humanely.    The Supreme Court in March rejected Assange’s attempt to challenge that ruling.
    Assange’s lawyers say he could face up to 175 years in jail if he is convicted in the U.S., though American authorities have said the sentence was likely to be much lower than that.
    Assange has been held at Britain’s high-security Belmarsh Prison in London since 2019, when he was arrested for skipping bail during a separate legal battle.    Before that, he spent seven years inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault.
    Sweden dropped the sex crimes investigations in November 2019 because so much time had elapsed.,br>     Last month, Assange and his partner, Stella Moris, married in a prison ceremony.
Stella Moris, wife of Julian Assange, leaves court in London Wednesday.
Assange’s extradition is in the government’s hands. JAMES MANNING/PA VIA AP

4/22/2022 13 Nassar victims seek $130M from FBI over bungled probe by Ed White, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    DETROIT – Thirteen sexual assault victims of Larry Nassar are seeking $10 million each from the FBI, claiming a bungled investigation by agents led to more abuse by the sports doctor, lawyers said Thursday.
    It’s an effort to make the government responsible for assaults that occurred after July 2015.    The Justice Department’s inspector general concluded last year that the FBI made fundamental errors when it became aware of allegations against Nassar that year.
    Nassar was a Michigan State University sports doctor as well as a doctor at USA Gymnastics.    He is serving decades in prison for assaulting female athletes, including medal-winning Olympic gymnasts.
    'This was not a case involving fake 20-dollar bills or tax cheats,' attorney Jamie White said.    'These were allegations of a serial rapist who was known to the FBI as the Olympic U.S. doctor with unfettered access to young women.'
    Nassar, he added, continued a 'reign of terror for 17 unnecessary months.'
    An email seeking comment was sent to the FBI.    White is not suing the FBI yet.    Under federal law, tort claims must be a filed with a government agency, which then has six months to reply.    A lawsuit could follow, depending on the FBI’s response.
    'No one should have been assaulted after the summer of 2015 because the FBI should have done its job,' said Grace French, founder of a group called The Army of Survivors.    'To know that the FBI could have helped to avoid this trauma disgusts me.'
    White noted the 2018 massacre at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.    The FBI received a tip about five weeks before 17 people were killed at the school, but the tip was never forwarded to the FBI’s South Florida office.    The government agreed to pay $127.5 million to families of those killed or injured.
    The inspector general’s investigation was spurred by allegations that the FBI failed to promptly address complaints made in 2015 against Nassar.    It took months before agents opened a formal investigation.
    White said more than 100 women were assaulted after July 2015.    Nassar wasn’t arrested by state authorities until November 2016 during an investigation by Michigan State University police.
    FBI Director Christopher Wray has said he’s 'deeply and profoundly sorry' for delays in Nassar’s prosecution and the pain it caused.
    The Michigan attorney general’s office ultimately handled the assault charges, while federal prosecutors in Grand Rapids, Michigan, filed a child pornography case against Nassar.
    Michigan State University agreed to pay $500 million to more than 300 women and girls who were assaulted.    USA Gymnastics and the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee made a $380 million settlement.
FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies during a Senate Judiciary hearing about the FBI’s handling of
the Larry Nassar investigation on Sept. 15 in Washington. Graeme Jennings/Pool via AP File
[SINCE 2018 I HAVE TOLD ALL THAT CHRISTOPHER WRAY HAS HAD HIS FINGERS INTO ALL THE OBAMA POLICIES, THEN TRUMP'S ADMINISTRATION AND NOW HE IS DOING THE SAME IN THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION AND IT IS ALL DOCUMENTED IN MY FISA-UNDERSURVELLIENCE AND NO ONE SEEMS TO DO ABOUT COVERING UP ALL THE CRIMES AGAINST THE U.S.A.].

4/21/2022 Ron Paul: Assange Extradition Is A Blow To Press Freedom by OAN Newsroom
Julian Assange. Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP
    Former congressman Ron Paul is criticizing the push to extradite Julian Assange from Britain for prosecution in the US.    While speaking on his Liberty Report Wednesday, Dr. Paul said Assange was only doing his job as a journalist and exercising the right to free speech.
    The WikiLeaks founder is facing espionage charges for publishing classified information about US invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan.    Dr. Paul said Assange’s extradition and prosecution would mark a dark day for journalistic freedom.
    The former congressman went on to assert that Assange is being punished for challenging the military industrial complex and for exposing the improper use of force by NATO.    Dr. Paul called this is a blow to press freedom and decency.
    Meanwhile, Assange’s lawyers maintain he was acting as a journalist and is therefore entitled to First Amendment protections of freedom of speech.

4/28/2022 White House Press Secretary Psaki Dodges Question About Hunter Biden’s Business Partner by OAN Newsroom
White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks at a press briefing at the
White House in Washington, Monday, April 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
    The Biden administration failed to explain why Joe Biden met with his son Hunter’s business partner at the White House.    During a press briefing on Monday, Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about a New York Post report saying Hunter’s business partner Eric Schwerin had 19 meetings with top Obama administration officials.
    Those meetings took place between 2009 and 2015 as indicated by White House visitor logs and other documents reviewed by the New York Post.    Psaki had no concrete answer to the question.
    Schwerin and Hunter Biden were partners at investment firm Rosemont Seneca, which accepted payments from Ukrainian gas company Burisma.    Republican lawmakers like congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) say this latest evidence shows Joe Biden knew of his son’s business in Ukraine and has directly benefited from it.
    While speaking during an interview this week, Jordan said Joe Biden’s involvement with his son Hunter’s business dealings overseas was much deeper than previously thought.
    The Ohio congressman added, the Biden family are the champions of pay-to-play politics.    He asserted that Biden and other Democrats received millions-of-dollars for giving political favors to foreign entities.    Jordan also believes the Biden family scandal must be investigated to identify risks to national security posed by the Bidens’ conduct.
    In the meantime, Hunter Biden remains under investigation for possible tax fraud, money laundering and foreign lobbying crimes.    Also, documents show that Joe Biden was linked to many of the enterprises under review.

[WELL THEY CANT CONTNUE TO DESTROY THIS COUNTRY BUT THEN AS YOU SEE BELOW WE ALREADY HAVE THE FBI WHO WOULD DO THIS BUT THEY DECIDED TO CREATE A NEW SPECIAL DISINFORMATION GOVERENCE BOARD OR A BIG BROTHER TO DECIDE WHO THEY CAN NOW BE ARRESTED FOR SPREADING DISINFORMATION BUT THE AGONY OF THIS THEY WOULD HAVE TO ARREST THEMSELVES.].
4/29/2022 Concerns Grow Over Biden’s ‘Orwellian’ Disinformation Board by OAN Newsroom
FILE – Homeland Security logo is seen during a joint news conference in Washington, Feb. 25, 2015. The Department
of Homeland Security is stepping up an effort to counter disinformation. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)
    President Joe Biden’s so-called Disinformation Governance Board is drawing scrutiny as his top pick to head the department has her own history of spreading disinformation.
    Biden’s pick to lead the Department of Homeland Security board is Nina Jankowicz.    She’s known for tweets during a presidential debate in 2020 discrediting the story around Hunter Biden’s laptop, which has since been verified.
    On Thursday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) addressed concerns about the board by calling it Orwellian, alluding to c’s novel 1984 and the Ministry of Truth.    The Republican lawmaker further criticized the board saying, leave it to Democrats to think free speech is the problem and more government is the solution.”
    Here’s how the White House is responding:
    “What I can tell you is that it sounds like the objective of the board is to prevent disinformation and misinformation from traveling around the country in a range of communities,” said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.    “I’m not sure who opposes that effort.”
    Few details have been released about this new board.

5/5/2022 DHS Secy. Mayorkas Says He Did Not Know ‘Disinformation Czar’ Jankowicz Promoted Hunter Biden Laptop Narrative by OAN Newsroom
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testifies before the House Judiciary Committee,
on Capitol Hill, Thursday, April 28, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said he was not aware that “disinformation czar” Nina Jankowicz may have a strong pro-Democrat bias.
    During a Senate hearing on Wednesday, Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) asked the secretary whether he knew that Jankowicz called the Hunter Biden laptop story “Russian disinformation.”    Mayorkas said he did not know that.    Kennedy then asked if the secretary knew that Jankowicz believed the debunked Steele dossier was true.
    “One, we do not discuss internal hiring processes,” Mayorkas noted.    “Two, I was not aware of that fact.    Three, as a secretary of Homeland Security I am responsible for the decisions of the department.    And four, it’s my understanding that Ms. Jankowicz is a subject matter expert for the field in which she will be working on behalf of the department.”
    Republicans assert the apparent bias of President Joe Biden’s “disinformation czar” could make the new DHS panel a tool of government censorship.    Among other issues, Mayorkas also testified on the ongoing border crisis.

5/10/2022 Sen. Rand Paul Reaffirms Criticism Of The Biden Admins.’ Disinformation Board by OAN Newsroom
FILE – In this March 5, 2019 file photo, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., pauses during a Senate Committee on Health, Education,
Labor, and Pensions hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. Paul says he underwent lung surgery in a procedure he says stems
from injuries suffered when a neighbor tackled him outside his home in 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, FIle)
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) reaffirmed his criticism of the Biden administration’s disinformation board in a tweet Monday.    Paul reiterated the government is responsible for spreading misinformation for political purposes.
    This comes after the senator grilled Director of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over Democrats ongoing claims of Russian disinformation.    Paul said the government cannot be trusted to determine what disinformation is and what it isn’t.
    “Are you familiar with George W. Bush and the weapons of mass destruction?” he asked.    “Are you familiar with the Iran Contra? Do you think the American people are so stupid, they need you to tell them what the truth is?
    Sen. Paul stressed the government has lied to the American people so many times in the past that its claims about disinformation have no credibility whatsoever.

5/11/2022 Rep. Comer: Biden May Be Compromised By Hunter’s Foreign Deals by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE – In this Thursday July 29, 2021 file photo, House Committee on Oversight and Reform committee Ranking Member
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., speaks during a hearing on voting rights in Texas in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)
    Congressman James Comer (R-Ky.) said Hunter Biden poses a national security risk due to his business ties in China, Russia and Ukraine.    In an interview Monday, the Kentucky Republican said Hunter Biden was taking money from companies tied to the Chinese Communist Party and he received payments from at least two wealthy Russian businessmen.
    The congressman then pointed out that those two Russians were mysteriously left off of the Biden administration’s list of anti-Russian sanctions. Comer added, the US Congress must investigate the “Biden family scandals.”
    “We have asked for information from the White House as to why this omission from the two people that we know transacted money to Hunter Biden’s account,” explained the Kentucky lawmaker.    “So, this is a national security risk and maybe the reason is because Hunter Biden is compromised, and therefore, Joe Biden is compromised with some of these Russian oligarchs and some of these shady communist China companies.”
    Congressman Comer also said Hunter Biden’s business model involved giving favors to foreign partners at the expense of US national interest. Looking ahead, if the GOP takes the House in November, Republicans suggested they are now considering a special council to further analyze Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings.
    “I really believe that the House Oversight Committee, along with the House Judiciary Committee and some other committees of jurisdiction that have subpoena power, I believe that we can make a big dent into all of the Hunter Biden scandals,” Comer continued.    “We’ve made a lot of progress in the last few months piecing together not only the proof that Hunter Biden was selling access to then-Vice President Joe Biden, but now proof that, in fact, Joe Biden was not being fruitful and that he was very close with at least one of Hunter Biden’s business associates: Erick Sherwin.”
    The congressman added, there’s still many questions left to be answered. Comer is primed to be chairman of the committee on Oversight and Reform after the expected Republican takeover of the House come November.

[IF THE DEMOCRATS WANT A WAR THEN AS BELOW THEY WILL GET ONE IF THEY CONTINUE TO TRY TO GET RID OF OUR SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS.].
5/12/2022 Court: California’s under-21-gun sales ban unconstitutional by Brian Melley, ASSOCIATED PRESS
California Gov. Gavin Newsom backed state legislation allowing private citizens to enforce the state’s ban
on assault weapons. A U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday that the ban on selling semiautomatic weapons
to adults under 21 is unconstitutional. NELVIN C. CEPEDA/THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE VIA AP FILE
    LOS ANGELES – A U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday that California’s ban on the sale of semiautomatic weapons to adults under 21 is unconstitutional.
    In a 2-1 ruling, a panel of the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Wednesday the law violates the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms and a San Diego judge should have blocked what it called “an almost total ban on semiautomatic centerfire rifles” for young adults.    “America would not exist without the heroism of the young adults who fought and died in our revolutionary army,” Judge Ryan Nelson wrote.    “Today we reaffirm that our Constitution still protects the right that enabled their sacrifice: the right of young adults to keep and bear arms.”
    The Firearms Policy Coalition, which brought the case, said the ruling makes it optimistic age-based gun bans will be overturned in other courts.
    However, the ruling was not a total victory for gun rights advocates.
    They had sought to block the state from requiring a hunting license for purchases of rifles or shotguns by adults under 21 who are not in the military or law enforcement.
    Handgun sales to those under 21 were already prohibited when the hunting license requirement was passed in 2018 after some of the nation’s worst mass shootings were committed by young adults using rifles, including the Valentine’s Day slayings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
    The court ruled the hunting license requirement was reasonable for increasing public safety through “sensible firearm control.”
    In 2019, the state passed an additional law banning sales of semiautomatic centerfire rifles to anyone under 21. There were exemptions for police or military troops but not for those with hunting licenses.
    Matthew Jones, a 20-year-old at the time from Santee in San Diego County, was the lead plaintiff in the case.    He said he wanted a gun for self-defense and other lawful purposes but didn’t want to obtain a hunting license.
    His lawsuit, which had been filed before the under-age ban on semiautomatic weapons, was amended to challenge that law and the hunting license requirement.
    The suit said the state had “whittled down (the) already inapplicable and irrelevant hunting license ‘exemption’ – the only exemption that is even possible for an ordinary, law abiding young adult who does not wish to enter into a highly dangerous career in law enforcement or the military – by prohibiting an entire class of firearms.”
    The two judges who ruled in the majority were part of President Donald Trump’s wave of conservative-approved nominees to the famously liberal court.
    A dissent was written by U.S. District Court Judge Sidney Stein, who was assigned to the panel from the Southern District of New York.    Stein was nominated to the lower court by President Bill Clinton.
    Democratic Sen. Anthony Portantino of La Cañada Flintridge, who wrote both laws, said he was disappointed the semiautomatic ban was struck down but was pleased the hunting license requirement survived.
    “I remain committed to keeping deadly weapons out of the wrong hands,” Portantino said.    “Student safety on our campuses is something we should all rally behind and sensible gun control is part of that solution.”
    “America would not exist without the heroism of the young adults who fought and died in our revolutionary army.    Today we reaffirm that our Constitution still protects the right that enabled their sacrifice: the right of young adults to keep and bear arms.” Judge Ryan Nelson

5/19/2022 Testimony: Clinton team did not approve lawyer’s FBI meeting by Eric Tucker, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    WASHINGTON – Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign did not authorize a lawyer to meet with the FBI and provide information that was meant to cast suspicions on rival candidate Donald Trump and possible connections to Russia, according to trial testimony Wednesday.
    Michael Sussmann, a lawyer for Clinton’s 2016 campaign, is charged with lying to the FBI during a meeting at which he presented the bureau’s top lawyer with data that purported to show mysterious contact between computer servers of a Russia-based bank and Trump’s company, the Trump Organization.
    Prosecutors say Sussmann misled the FBI by saying he wasn’t participating in the meeting on behalf of a particular client when he was actually there on behalf of the Clinton campaign and another client, a technology executive, who had provided him with the data.
    But under questioning from one of Sussmann’s attorneys, Marc Elias, the campaign’s top lawyer, said Sussmann did not seek permission to go to the FBI.    Elias said neither he nor anyone he was aware of from the campaign had authorized Sussmann to meet with the FBI.
    In fact, he said he would not have supported going to the FBI because he felt the bureau had not been sufficiently aggressive in stopping ongoing leaks of Russia-hacked emails that had been stolen from the Clinton campaign earlier that year, and because he viewed then-Director James Comey as having put a “thumb on the scale” against Clinton during an earlier investigation into her use of a private email server while secretary of state.
    “I’m not sure I would have thought that the FBI was going to give a fair shake to anything they thought was anti-Trump or pro-Clinton,” Elias said.
    The testimony on cross-examination was aimed at distancing Sussmann from the campaign and establishing that he had not lied to the FBI by saying that he was not acting on behalf of the campaign during the Sept. 19, 2016 meeting.
    There, Sussmann presented James Baker, the FBI’s then-general counsel, with research he said showed potential contact between Alfa Bank and the Trump OrganizationFBI did look into it, but found nothing suspicious.
    The case against Sussmann was brought by John Durham, the prosecutor appointed as special counsel during the Trump administration to investigate potential misconduct by government officials and others during the early days of the FBI’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and potential ties to the Trump campaign.
Special counsel John Durham leaves federal court in Washington on Monday. MANUEL BALCE CENETA/AP
[WELL ITS TAKEN 6 YEARS TO GET IT TO THE COURTS AND HAS BEEN COVERED UP SINCE.].


[SINCE THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION IS DOING EVERYTHING, THEY CAN TO BRING IN DARK RACES TO REPLACE A DOMINATE WHITE RACE IN THE U.S.A. THEY ARE SCARED TO DEATH OF ANYONE WHO PROMOTES THAT VIEWPOINT AS YOU WILL READ IN THE ARTICLE BELOW.]
5/23/2022 US racial shift not proof of conspiracy - Extremism trackers warn of ‘replacement theory’ by Will Carless, USA TODAY
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who hosts one of the highest-rated shows in prime-time TV, made repeated claims about
replacement in recent months, according to the Anti-Defamation League. RICHARD DREW/AP; USA TODAY NETWORK DESIGN TREATMENT
    A racist mass shooting that left 10 people dead in Buffalo, New York, put national attention on a concept that has alarmed experts in extremism for years: “replacement theory” or the “Great Replacement.”
    The attack targeted Black people, and the man charged in the shootings purportedly wrote a hate-filled document nearly 200 pages long, as well as hundreds of pages of a diary posted online before the shooting, that cited the conspiracy theory extensively.
    Authorities worked to definitively link that file to the suspect. Before and since the attack, political commentators have sparred over what exactly replacement theory is.    They debate whether the concept that matured on extremist websites and chat rooms is really the same as the talking points used by mainstream conservative pundits and politicians.
    There’s widespread consensus among demographers that the racial and ethnic makeup of the American electorate is changing.
    Legal and illegal immigration, combined with generally higher birthrates among nonwhite U.S. residents, mean that the country is shifting toward an electorate that is majority nonwhite.    Demographers at the Brookings Institution used census data to estimate that whites will become less than 50% of the U.S. population around 2045.
    Whites will still be the largest single racial group, but they will be outnumbered by nonwhite voters, according to census predictions.
    The ingredient that transforms a statistical phenomenon into a fallacious conspiracy theory is the assertion that these demographic changes are orchestrated – specifically for political gain.
    According to replacement theory, the changing racial makeup of the country is not a natural or organic process but an organized effort by a powerful and shadowy group.
    For many pushers of this theory, that shadowy group is the Democratic Party and other liberals, assisted by an imagined Jewish cabal, said Marilyn Mayo, a senior research fellow at the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism.
    “Instead of saying that nonwhites are coming here and replacing white people, the language that is used is ‘We’re having an invasion over the border’ and that this liberal administration and Democrats are letting in these immigrants from Third World countries with the purpose of changing the demographics of this country,” Mayo said.
    In the months before the Buffalo shooting, high-profile figures reiterated this allegation.
Who promotes theory?
    Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who hosts one of the highest-rated shows in prime-time TV, made repeated claims about replacement in recent months, according to the Anti-Defamation League.    Border Patrol union President Brandon Judd pushed the theory during a TV appearance on Fox.
    Neither they, nor provocateur Ann Coulter or others, have offered any evidence that an organized effort is underway to change the American electorate.
    Nor was evidence found on white supremacist websites, forums and chat rooms where replacement theory rubs shoulders with other pseudoscience and disproven racist and hateful tropes that haven’t been embraced by mainstream conservative pundits.
    The racist extremists who marched in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017, chanting, “Jews will not replace us,” a motto of the replacement theory crowd, offered no proof for their claims that they are being systematically replaced.
Would one political side benefit?
    There’s a lot of discussion about how significant demographic change is in political terms.    Experts have long debated the idea that people of color are more likely to vote for left-leaning political candidates.
Rep. Joyce Beatty, D-Ohio, and other members of the U.S. Congressional Black Caucus condemned
the rise in “replacement theory” rhetoric Thursday. ANNA MONEYMAKER/GETTY IMAGES

5/23/2022 Trump Remains Kingmaker In GOP by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE – Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the Delaware County
Fairgrounds, April 23, 2022, in Delaware, Ohio. (AP Photo/Joe Maiorana, File)
    Former President Donald Trump still holds an immense sway over who will lead the Republican Party in several down ballot races.    According to numbers crunched by Breitbart News Sunday, Trump is 81-and-three in picking the winner of GOP primaries heading into Tuesday’s batch of elections.
    This includes 23 wins and two losses garnered in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Kentucky and Idaho last week. Georgia lawyer and candidate for the states sixth congressional district Jake Evans (R-Ga.) touted how the so-called “trump bump” influenced his candidacy.
    “We are surging and have continued to be surging really for the past month,” said Evans.    “Trumps endorsement catapulted us forward and he has really pushed us on a strong trajectory, we feel great about it.    The reality is voters want to get back to the America first agenda.    They wanna get back to the agenda that delivered four of the best years we’ve had in a very long time.”
    Trump has orchestrated key wins in battleground elections including in Ohio’s senate race to replace outgoing Republican Senator Rob Portman.    Trump-endorsed JD Vance (R-Ohio) won the GOP primary against Josh Mandel (R-Ohio) who was backed by other establishment Republicans.
    Additionally, the former president oversaw a huge victory for the America First movement in Pennsylvania when Doug Mastriano (R-Pa.) won the states GOP gubernatorial primary.    Other major victories for him include Ted Budd (R-N.C.), Bo Hines (R-N.C.) and Andy Barr (R-Ky.).
    “We’ve got to get back to putting American’s first,” declared Evans.    “The liberals seem to be more focused on Ukraine over in Europe than they are actually here at home domestically making sure that we can actually feed our babies.    We need to make sure American manufacturing returns back to America.”
    In the meantime, there are several key primaries that could set the course of the general election coming up. the jury’s still out over who won the GOP senate primary in Pennsylvania.    The election results were too close to call.
[I HOPE THAT REAL AMERICANS HAVE WOKE UP AND REALIZED THAT IS AMERICA FIRST DOES NOT RETURN TO SAVE THIS COUNTRY FROM THE ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT GLOBALIST SOCIALISM WHICH IS PUSHING TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD AND IF AMERICA CAN ESCAPE THAT AND COULD RETURN TO STILL BE THE GREAT EAGLE IN GOD'S EYES WE MAY MAKE OUR WAY BACK TO HIS BLESSINGS FOR THE NEXT ROUND OF GOD'S ACTION AS YOU WILL SEE IN MY WORK AS I PROMOTE THE OPENING OF THE SIX SEALS BEGINNING IN 1950 A.D. FIRST ONE AND CONTINUES ON THE EARTH TO THE SIXTH ONE ENDING IN 2022 A.D.    THIS IS 72 YEARS WHICH IS BASED ON OUR GALAXY ORBIT OF 25,920 YEARS DIVIDED BY 360 DEGREES WILL SET IT TO BE 72 YEARS LONG.    AND THEN THE SEVENTH SEAL IS OPENED IN HEAVEN TO LEAD TO THE OPENING OF THE SIX TRUMPETS TO DO TO THIS TO "THOSE WHO DWELL ON THE EARTH" AND THEN THE SEVENTH TRUMPET WILL OPEN THE SIX VIALS AS THEY ARE LINEAR NOT AS MANY BELIEVE OCCUR ALL AT THE SAME TIME..].

[NOW FOR SOME GOOD NEWS IN THAT THE CORRUPTION IN THE OBAMA, JOE BIDEN AND CLINTON ADMINISTRATION HAS FINALLY COME TO LIGHT FOR ALL TO SEE BY A NATION WHO WE ARE NOT SURE IS ANY MORE BUT THE FOLLOWING NEWS AND PROSECUTIONS MAY HELP TO BRING BACK SOME HELP FOR HUMANITY TO SURVIVE THE ONCOMING EVENTS BY THE END OF 2022 AND WILL BE OUR DECISION TO BECOME WHAT THIS COUNTRY ORIGINALLY MADE A COVENANT WITH THE GOD OF THE BIBLE WHEN OUR FOREFATHERS CAME TO THESE SHORES].
5/23/2022 Varney: Hillary Clinton 'personally approved' the Russia hoax by Fox Business
    In his latest "My Take," Monday, "Varney & Co," host Stuart Varney argued former U.S. Secretary of State and 2016 Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's "disinformation campaign" distracted the country for years — but now, he said, the truth has finally come out.
HILLARY CLINTON APPROVED DISSEMINATION OF TRUMP-RUSSIAN BANK ALLEGATIONS TO MEDIA, CAMPAIGN MANAGER TESTIFIES
    STUART VARNEY: It took six years, but now we know the truth about the Russia hoax.
    It was a hoax.    And as the Wall Street Journal says, "Hillary did it."
    Don't be confused with all the names, and who said what to who.    Enough with the evasions.
    The truth came out in Federal court Friday: Hillary Clinton personally approved the plan to spread the totally fake news of the Trump/Russia/Alpha Bank collusion.    The campaign knew it was fake.    But they slimed Trump anyway because they hated him.    And so did the media.    To this day, the media runs full tilt with anything that can be construed as negative for Trump.

5/23/2022 THE CLINTONS - Hillary Clinton approved dissemination of Trump-Russian bank allegations to media, campaign manager testifies - Clinton's former campaign manager said he took the idea of leaking Trump-Russia allegations to multiple senior campaign officials
By Brooke Singman , Jake Gibson, David Spunt | Fox News
    Clinton approved dissemination of Trump-Russia allegations to media:
    Witness Fox News' David Spunt provides updates on the trial of Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann as a result of John Durham's investigation.
    WASHINGTON — Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified Friday that then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton approved the dissemination of materials alleging a covert communications channel between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank to the media, despite campaign officials not being "totally confident" in the legitimacy of the data.
    Former FBI General Counsel James Baker testified Thursday that the bureau investigated the data alleging a Trump connection to the Kremlin-linked bank, and found that "there was nothing there."
SPECIAL COUNSEL JOHN DURHAM'S PROSECUTION OF MICHAEL SUSSMANN: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
    Mook was called to the stand for testimony by Michael Sussmann’s defense Friday.
    During cross-examination by government prosecutor Andrew DeFillippis Friday, Mook was asked about the campaign’s understanding of the Alfa Bank allegations against Trump and whether they planned to release the data to the media.
    Mook said he was first briefed about the Alfa Bank issue by campaign general counsel Marc Elias, who at the time was a partner at law firm Perkins Coie.
    Mook testified that he was told that the data had come from "people that had expertise in this sort of matter."
SUSSMANN-DURHAM TRIAL: PROSECUTION SAYS CLINTON LAWYER USED FBI TO CREATE AN 'OCTOBER SURPRISE' AGAINST TRUMP
    Mook said the campaign was not totally confident in the legitimacy of the data, but had hoped to give the information to a reporter who could further "run it down" to determine if it was "accurate" or "substantive."
Robby Mook, Campaign Manager for U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and Communications Director Jen Palmieri
(L), talk to reporters onboard the campaign plane enroute to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, U.S. October 28, 2016. (REUTERS/Brian Snyder)
    He also said he discussed whether to give the information to a reporter with senior campaign officials, including campaign chairman John Podesta, senior policy advisor, now White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, and communications director Jennifer Palmieri.
    "I discussed it with Hillary as well," Mook said.
    "I don’t remember the substance of the conversation, but notionally, the discussion was, hey, we have this and we want to share it with a reporter," Mook said.
    The government asked Mook if Clinton approved "the dissemination" of the data to the media.
"She agreed," Mook testified.
    Mook later said he "can't recall the exact sequence of events," when asked if he shared the idea to give the Trump-Alfa Bank allegations to the media with Clinton before or after the decision was made.
    "All I remember is that she agreed with the decision," Mook testified.
BAKER SAYS FBI INVESTIGATED SUSSMANN CLAIMS OF TRUMP, RUSSIAN BANK CONNECTION: 'THERE WAS NOTHING THERE'
    Sussmann has been charged with making a false statement to the FBI when he told Baker in September 2016, less than two months before the presidential election, that he was not doing work "for any client" when he requested and attended a meeting in which he presented "purported data and ‘white papers’ that allegedly demonstrated a covert communicates channel" between the Trump Organization and Alfa Bank, which has ties to the Kremlin.
Attorney Michael Sussmann departs the U.S. Federal Courthouse after opening arguments in his trial,
where Special Counsel John Durham is prosecuting Sussmann on charges that he lied to the FBI) while providing
information about later discredited allegations of communications between the 2016 presidential campaign of
former President Donald Trump and Russia, in Washington, May 17, 2022. (REUTERS/Julia Nikhinson)
    Durham’s team alleges Sussmann was, in fact, doing work for two clients: the Hillary Clinton campaign and a technology executive, Rodney Joffe.    Following the meeting with Baker, Sussmann billed the Hillary Clinton campaign for his work.
    Sussmann has pleaded not guilty to the charge.
    Mook, earlier in questioning from the defense, was asked whether he or anyone on the Clinton campaign approved or gave Sussmann permission to bring the allegations to the FBI, to which he said: "No."
    Later, the defense further questioned Mook, asking if Hillary Clinton herself approved Sussmann going to the FBI.
    "I'm not aware," Mook testified.
    When asked again, he said: "I don't know…I don't know why she would."
    The government, in its opening statement Tuesday, argued that Sussmann's delivery of the Trump-Alfa Bank allegations to the FBI was part of the Clinton campaign's plan to create an "October surprise" against then-candidate Donald Trump.
    The government moved to admit a tweet from Clinton dated Oct. 31, 2016 as evidence, despite U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper ruling last month that the court would exclude that tweet as hearsay.
SUSSMANN-DURHAM TRIAL: MARC ELIAS SAYS HE BRIEFED CLINTON CAMPAIGN OFFICIALS ON FUSION GPS OPPO AGAINST TRUMP
    Cooper, Friday, granted the government’s motion to admit the Clinton tweet, which stated:
    "Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank."
    Clinton also shared a statement from Jake Sullivan, which stated: "This could be the most direct link yet between Donald Trump and Moscow.    Computer scientists have uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank."     Sullivan said the "secret hotline may be the key to unlocking the mystery of Trump’s ties to Russia."
    "This line of communication may help explain Trump’s bizarre adoration of Vladimir Putin and endorsement of so many pro-Kremlin positions throughout this campaign," Sullivan's 2016 statement continued.    "It raises even more troubling questions in light of Russia’s masterminding of hacking efforts that are clearly intended to hurt Hillary Clinton’s campaign."
    Sullivan added that they "can only assume federal authorities will now explore this direct connection between Trump and Russia as part of their existing probe into Russia’s meddling in our elections."
    When asked for the definition of an "October surprise" Friday, Mook testified that it is "the idea that you have a devastating piece of opposition research and drop it on candidate so the candidate doesn't have time to respond or recover from it and, as a result, loses the election."
Hillary Clinton pauses while speaking in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, where she conceded her
defeat to Republican Donald Trump after the hard-fought presidential election (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
    When pressed to identify the date of the Clinton tweet for the jury, Mook stated: "Oct. 31, 2016."
    Mook defended the tweet saying: "I did not see it as some sort of silver bullet and I don't think that others on the campaign did either."
    As for the Trump-Alfa Bank allegations in general, Mook said: "We thought this was highly suspect and, if it was true, we wanted the American public to know about it for sure."
    Mook again called the data "certainly alarming and suspicious."
    Meanwhile, Baker testified Thursday that the FBI began an investigation into the Trump-Alfa Bank allegations, which lasted "several weeks, maybe a month, maybe a month and a half."
Hillary Clinton approved the dissemination of materials alleging a covert communications channel
between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank to the media, former campaign manager
Robby Mook testified. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images | Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images, File)
    "We concluded there was no substance," Baker testified.    "We couldn’t confirm it.    We could not confirm there was a surreptitious communications channel."
    Baker added: "There was nothing there."
    In testimony on Tuesday afternoon, FBI Special Agent Scott Hellman also said the data revealing the alleged covert communications channel between Trump and Russia that Sussmann brought to the FBI turned out to be untrue, and said he did not agree with the narrative.
    Hellman testified that whoever drafted the narrative describing the DNS data was "5150," and clarified on the stand that meant he believed the individual who came to the conclusions "was suffering from some mental disability."
    Mook’s testimony revealing Clinton approved the plan to share the Trump-Alfa Bank allegations with the media comes after Fox News first reported that the CIA, dating back to July 2016, had information of Clinton’s "approval of a plan" to tie Trump to Russia "as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server."
    Fox News obtained declassified notes from then-CIA Director John Brennan after briefing then-President Obama on July 28, 2016, memorializing Clinton’s purported "proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security service."
DNI DECLASSIFIES BRENNAN NOTES, CIA MEMO ON HILLARY CLINTON 'STIRRING UP' SCANDAL BETWEEN TRUMP, RUSSIA
    The information was properly forwarded to the FBI in a Counterintelligence Operational Lead (CIOL), and to the attention of then-FBI Director James Comey and then-Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Peter Strzok on Sept. 9, 2016.
    "The following information is provided for the exclusive use of your bureau for background investigative action or lead purposes as appropriate," the 2016 CIA memo to Comey and Strzok stated.
    "Per FBI verbal request, CIA provides the below examples of information the CROSSFIRE HURRICANE fusion cell has gleaned to date," the memo continued.    "An exchange [REDACTED] discussing US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s approval of a plan concerning US presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering US elections as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server."
    The memo was heavily redacted.
    Fox News first reported that those materials were provided to the Justice Department by former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe in 2020 to support Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Trump-Russia probe.
    Brooke Singman is a Fox News Digital politics reporter.    You can reach her at Brooke.Singman@Fox.com or @BrookeSingman on Twitter.
Clinton campaign manager drops 'bombshell' exposing Clinton and media mob's years-long Russia hoax

5/25/2022 A major new development in the Hunter Biden laptop scandal by Opinion by Andrew McCarthy – Washington Examiner
    The Washington Examiner’s new reporting on the Hunter Biden laptop saga marks a giant leap in the public’s understanding of a significant story of national import.    A story that was reprehensibly suppressed in the run-up to the 2020 election.
© Andrew Harnik/APHunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, speaks to guests during the White House
Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House, Monday, April 18, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
    For one thing, the Washington Examiner has put to rest the risible claims that the laptop’s digital contents are not authentic.    Plainly, the contents were produced by Biden’s operation of the laptop and nothing else.    An exacting technical analysis performed by a highly qualified expert, retained by the Washington Examiner based on his decades of government and private work in the field, confirms what has been patent since the laptop emerged as a public controversy in the weeks just prior to the 2020 election: The laptop belonged to Hunter Biden.
    The thousands of emails, memos, ledgers, and photos contained on the laptop were generated by his use of it.    To have suggested the laptop’s contents were the result of a hack, a plant, or (most preposterously, Russian intelligence service disinformation) was grossly irresponsible.    There was scant evidence that the information could have been fabricated, in comparison to overwhelming evidence that the information, though startling in many particulars, was what one would reasonably have expected to find on a Hunter Biden laptop.    Expected to find, that is, given the younger Biden's notoriously shady foreign business entanglements, his network of family and friends, his history of trading on his father’s political influence, and his demons.
    Contrary to what the public was told, it is not difficult to authenticate evidence for purposes of use in court.    The rules of evidence indulge a presumption in favor of the admissibility of probative evidence.    If an item appears to be what the proponent represents it to be, the rules provide for its admission into the evidentiary record even if there are gaps in the chain of custody or other indications of possible irregularities.    Our law’s theory is that such questions go to the weight of the evidence, not its admissibility.    The party against whom the evidence is admitted gets to demonstrate any weaknesses through cross-examination; the jury or court then decides how much credibility and significance to attribute to the item.    Hunter Biden's laptop always appeared to be what its proponents claimed it was: Hunter Biden's laptop.
    Even before the Washington Examiner’s analysis, there was a plausible account of how the laptop came to be left at a repair shop.    There was the revelation of numerous emails that appeared, in context, to relate to independently verifiable transactions.    There were emails and memos that similarly related to independently verifiable personal associations and events.     There were photographs that appeared to be of a personal nature.    There were witnesses who authenticated key documents.    And perhaps most telling of all: There was no detailed denial from President Joe Biden's campaign or Hunter Biden himself — the parties in the best position to cry foul if the materials published by the New York Post had been corruptly manufactured.
    When a question emerged about whether Joe Biden, as vice president, had met with one of Hunter Biden's Ukrainian business associates, campaign officials said they would need to check the former vice president’s calendar — they didn’t deny that it could have happened or claim the relevant laptop file was a fabrication.    And Hunter Biden’s latest position is that the laptop information "absolutely" could be his.    Now, we finally have an analysis that makes what was already obvious indisputable.    This forensic analysis combines standard, technical DKIM analysis with so-called "digital sandwiching."    The latter is a not-so-fancy term for placing things in their factual context.    While the analysis is an impressive piece of work, we are not talking rocket science here.    This sort of "sandwiching" is what all of us do when questions arise about the reliability of information: We place the information in its time (relative to events that happened before and after), we assess how the information stacks up against other independently verifiable facts, and we determine whether the people involved were in a position (and had logical reason) to say and do what is reflected in the information.
    Because it applies this commonsense approach methodically to the thousands of files on the laptop, the analysis enables us to say with confidence that the laptop’s contents would be admitted as evidence by any competent judge in the United States.    The authenticity of the laptop should never have been a serious issue.    That is why legacy media outlets suppressed the laptop.    They knew they could not establish its falsity because it wasn’t false.    That former government national security officials would exploit their expert credentials in a blatantly politicized effort to discredit information that was not suspect, but that stood to harm the Biden campaign, goes far in explaining why public confidence in our intelligence services has never been lower.
    There are many alarming facets of the laptop's contents.    Some are already known.    Some are only now emerging.    But the first order of business in any fact-finding endeavor is to authenticate the source of one’s information.    The laptop is authentic.
Andrew C. McCarthy is a contributing editor at National Review and a former federal prosecutor.

5/25/2022 Michael Sussman Trial Day 7: ‘Crimson Rhino’ File by OAN NEWSROOM
Michael Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer who represented the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign in 2016,
leaves federal courthouse in Washington, Monday, May 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
    More FBI agents took the stand at the Sussmann trial and confirmed they were led astray from the very start of their investigation into claims of Russia collusion with former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.
    The link between the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Russia collusion narrative got clearer in day seven of the trial.    Taking the limelight in the courtroom was a file titled ‘Crimson Rhino.’    This file was reportedly basis for the investigation into the 2016 campaign and was provided to former top FBI lawyer James Baker from Sussmann.
    It’s origins come from tech executive Rodney Joffe who was tied to the Hillary Clinton campaign and was a confidential human source for the FBI.    He ordered client Jared Novick who ran a data analysis firm to do research on several people tied to then candidate Trump.    He also said he felt uncomfortable doing the work because he knew it was opposition research for a political campaign.
    Meanwhile, a mid-level FBI agent from the Chicago field office Kurt Hydie took the stand.    Hydie reportedly wrote a memo that formally kicked off his office’s investigation.    He admitted to writing a typographical error when he said the information came from the Department of Justice and not Sussmann.    That caused confusion within the FBI where officers thought they were doing research for the federal government not a political actor.
    “That created a lot of confusion,” Hydie said.    “May not have had otherwise.”
    However, experts lament the findings in the Sussmann case may not translate to other potentially high-profile cases.    This includes a possible prosecution of Hillary Clinton herself.    The presiding judge of the Sussmann Trial Chris Cooper stressed the proceedings focused solely on Sussmann and whether he lied to the FBI or not.
    In the meantime, Special Counsel John Durham’s team has one more witness to call Wednesday before turning over the trial to the defense.    They could wrap their case as soon as Friday and leave it up to the jurors to decide Sussmann’s fate.

5/26/2022 Texas bar seeks to punish AG for election lawsuit by Jake Bleiberg, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    DALLAS – The State Bar of Texas sued Wednesday to punish state Attorney General Ken Paxton for his failed efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election based on bogus claims of fraud, raising a new legal danger for the Republican the day after he secured his party’s nomination for a third term.
    The state bar asked a Dallas-area court to impose unspecified discipline on the state’s top lawyer, alleging that Paxton’s petitioning of the U.S. Supreme Court to block President Joe Biden’s victory was “dishonest.”    The formal accusation of professional misconduct makes Paxton one of the highest-profile attorneys to face a potential threat to their law license for a role in former President Donald Trump’s effort to delegitimize his defeat.
    The petition to a Collin County court came the day after Paxton defeated Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush in a Republican runoff election.    That victory sets him up for a general election contest with Rochelle Garza, a South Texas Democrat and civil rights lawyer, as Paxton is also facing a trial over long delayed state fraud charges and a separate FBI investigation prompted by criminal allegations from the attorney general’s own staff.
    One of Paxton’s lawyers, Philip Hilder, declined to comment.
    The bar has been investigating complaints over Paxton’s election suit since last summer and opened a similar disciplinary proceeding against his top deputy earlier in May.
    Paxton forecast this month that the bar would seek to discipline him, decrying it as “a liberal activist group” and saying he stood behind his challenge to the “unconstitutional 2020 presidential election.”
    A spokesman for the bar, which is a branch of the Texas Supreme Court, declined to comment.    The group previously said that “partisan political considerations play no role” in its actions.
    In bringing a court action against an attorney, the bar can seek punishment ranging from a written admonition to a suspension or disbarment.
    The bar complaint against Paxton alleges that he “misrepresented” facts to the Supreme Court in a suit seeking to overturn Biden’s victor.    The suit was backed by Trump.    The high court threw out the lawsuit that and the Justice Department under Trump found no evidence of fraud that could have changed the election’s outcome.
Paxton
[HE WAS DOING THE RIGHT THING AND IF THE SUPREME COURT HAD RULED TO INVESTIGATE IT THEY WOULD BE A WHOLE NEW STORY NOW WHICH IS STARTING TO COME OUT WITH ALL THE NEW CORRUPTION NEWS IS COMING OUT ON THE DEMOCRATS, BIDEN, HUNTER AND HILLARY IT JUST SHOWS WHO IS THE PROBLEM ISSUE.].

[AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES THE DEMOCRATS CONTINUE TO ATTACK OUR FIRST AND SECOND AMENDMENTS.].
5/27/2022 Sen. Cruz: Dems, Mainstream Media Unfairly Target Gun Owners by OAN NEWSROOM
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, right, and Uvalde County Sheriff Ruben Nolasco pray during a prayer vigil in Uvalde, Texas, Wednesday, May 25, 2022.
The vigil was held to honor the victims killed in Tuesday’s shooting at Robb Elementary School. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has been adamantly speaking out against gun control proposals by Democrats while suggesting officials need to increase security in schools.    On Thursday, the Republican spoke with reporters at a vigil for shooting victims in Uvalde, Texas.    He said Democrats and the media are unfairly politicizing the tragic event.
    Cruz added, attacks on schools can be prevented without taking away constitutional rights of Americans.    He then stressed that Second Amendment rights must be protected.    When asked by a reporter if this was the moment to reform gun laws, Cruz explained that the mainstream media typically likes to go in that direction.    He then called on reporters to stop being “propagandist.”
    “Why is it that people come from all over the world to America?” Cruz asked as a follow-up question.    “Because it’s the freest, most prosperous, safest country on earth.”
    Meanwhile, during a televised interview on Thursday, the Texas senator said Democrats politicize mass shootings to unfairly target Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners.    Cruz added, Democrats are also trying to demonize the National Rifle Association.    The senator reaffirmed his plan to speak at an upcoming NRA convention in Houston.
    Cruz said he plans to address the NRA to raise important questions of gun safety and constitutional rights.    He stressed, Congress must pass a bill that he proposed back in 2013, which would spend $300 million to ramp up security in schools.

[WAKE UP AMERICA AS YOU CAN SEE THE DEMOCRATS ARE HELL BENT TO CHANGE OUR LAWS TO CONTROL AND SURVEILLANCE US AMERICANS FROM THE FREEDOMS OUR CONSTITUTION ALLOWS US TO HAVE SO VOTE ALL OF THEM OUT OF OFFICE IN 2022 ELECTIONS.].
5/27/2022 Senate GOP Blocks Domestic Terrorism Bill by OAN NEWSROOM
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., looks over his notes before speaking to reporters at a news conference
following a closed-door policy lunch, at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, May 24, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
    Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill while asserting it would dangerously expand the government’s surveillance powers.    On Thursday, the measure failed along party lines. At least 10 Republican votes were needed to advance.
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) introduced the bill in response to a mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo.    It would have created new federal offices to increase focus on domestic terrorism threats in coordination with Homeland Security, the DOJ and the FBI.
    Republicans have been skeptical of the legislation.    They believe the bill could lead to the policing of political speech and claimed it’s an updated version of the Patriot Act to surveil Americans.    Democrats have tied the issue to firearms and are pushing for gun control, while echoing calls for the measure’s approval following the massacre in Uvalde, Texas. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called the bill an insult to every police officer in the country.
    “This is a filtration of the uniformed services and federal law enforcement,” Paul said.    “This is not just an insult to your local police or to the marines, to the army, to the navy, his is an insult to the FBI, it’s an insult to the capital police.    This bill says that they’ve been infiltrated.    This says that our police are consumed with some kind of race rage.    It’s untrue, its slander, it’s scandalous.”
    The bill was not expected to pass after it received GOP support in the House.    It only gained one Republican vote from Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.).    Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) slammed Republicans in his push to get the bill passed.
    “Many Republicans have made their opposition clear,” stated Schumer.    “There are a lot of MAGA Republicans for whom no amount of gun violence, whether it’s domestic terrorism, a school shooting, a neighborhood shooting or something else, will ever, ever convince them to take any action.”
    Schumer voiced he will hold bipartisan negotiations in the Senate in the coming weeks to try and hammer out a compromised bill.

5/28/2022 No charges for agents in botched Nassar probe - FBI director calls actions ‘inexcusable’ by Ed White, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    DETROIT – The U.S. Justice Department said Thursday it will not pursue criminal charges against former FBI agents who failed to quickly open an investigation of sports doctor Larry Nassar despite learning in 2015 that he was accused of sexually assaulting female gymnasts.     The agency’s inspector general found that two former agents likely provided 'inaccurate or incomplete information' when investigators subsequently tried to understand what happened, but more would be needed to file charges, the department said.
    'This does not in any way reflect a view that the investigation of Nassar was handled as it should have been, nor in any way reflects approval or disregard of the conduct of the former agents,' the department said.
    The government last fall said it would take another look at an earlier decision to forgo charges.    At the time, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco told Congress that she had asked the newly confirmed head of the department’s criminal division to review the case.
    Nassar was a Michigan State University sports doctor as well as a doctor at USA Gymnastics.    He is serving decades in prison for assaulting female athletes, including medal-winning Olympians.
    Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics told FBI agents in 2015 that three gymnasts said they were assaulted by Nassar.    But the FBI did not open a formal investigation or inform federal or state authorities in Michigan, according to the inspector general’s report.
    Los Angeles FBI agents in 2016 began a sexual tourism investigation against Nassar and interviewed several victims but also didn’t alert Michigan authorities, the inspector general said.
    Nassar was finally arrested in November 2016 during an investigation by Michigan State University police.
    At a Senate hearing in 2021, FBI Director Christopher Wray apologized to Nassar’s victims, saying it was 'inexcusable' that agents 'had their own chance to stop this monster back in 2015 and failed.'
    The FBI fired an agent; another one retired.    The FBI has also adopted recommendations by the inspector general.
    Lawyers for Nassar’s victims have said more than 100 young women or teens were assaulted after the FBI became aware of allegations against him. At least 13 are seeking $10million each from the government.
    John Manly said it’s 'incomprehensible' that agents and others will not be prosecuted.
    'The FBI agents who knew of Nassar’s abuse, did nothing, and then lied about their inaction in violation of their sworn duty and the law have been given a pass,' Manly said.
Nassar                    Wray
    At a Senate hearing in 2021, FBI Director Christopher Wray apologized to Larry Nassar’s victims, saying it was 'inexcusable' that agents 'had their own chance to stop this monster back in 2015 and failed.'    Bonnie Cash/AP file Nassar
[IS IT NOT AMUSING THAT ANY EVENT THAT THE FBI IS FREE OF ANY CRIMES SINCE THE DEMOCRATS ARE IN CHARGE EVEN AFTER THE RECENT CRIMES WITH THE SUSSMAN-HILLARY CLINTON CONNECTION AND SEVERAL FBI PERSONS AND I EVEN SUSPECT WRAY WHO REPLACED PRESTEP WHO DEFINITELY CONTINUED THOSE COVERUPS FROM THE OBAMA-BIDEN ADMINISTRATION AND HE NEEDS TO GO.].

5/28/2022 Federal trial of Hillary Clinton associate goes to jury - Case involves allegations of Trump’s ties to Russia by Eric Tucker, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    WASHINGTON – An attorney for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign hid his partisan interests from the FBI as he pushed “pure opposition research” related to Donald Trump and Russia in the weeks before the election, a prosecutor asserted Friday during closing arguments of the attorney’s trial.
    But Michael Sussmann’s legal team denied prosecutors’ claims that he lied.    And even if jurors believed Sussmann did lie, the defense said the alleged false statement did not matter because he was presenting national security information the FBI would have looked into no matter the source.    At the time of Sussmann’s meeting with the FBI in September 2016, the bureau was already investigating whether Russia and the Trump campaign were colluding to sway the election won by Trump that November.
    “It was a very contentious time.    The Russians had hacked the DNC.    They were leaking emails.    And there was an ongoing FBI investigation irrespective of this,” Sussmann attorney Sean Berkowitz told jurors, referring to the Democratic National Committee.    “And that was viewed as incredibly serious.”
    The case is the first courtroom test of special counsel John Durham’s work since his appointment three years ago to search for government misconduct during the investigation into potential ties between Russia and Trump’s campaign.
    Jurors began deliberating Friday afternoon.
    A guilty verdict would be cheered by Trump and his supporters, who have looked to the Durham investigation to undercut the original Trump-Russia investigation they have long seen as politically motivated.    But the case against Sussmann is narrow in nature, involves a peripheral aspect of that investigation and alleges misconduct by a tipster to the government rather than by anyone at the FBI or any other federal agency.
    Nonetheless, the two weeks of testimony in federal court in Washington have exposed the extent to which Democratic interests, opposition research, the media and law enforcement came to be entangled in the run-up to the presidential election.    Prosecutors have portrayed Sussmann as determined to gin up investigations into Trump that could then be disclosed to the media and yield stories negative to his campaign.
    “It wasn’t about national security,” said Jonathan Algor, a Durham team prosecutor.
    “It was about promoting opposition research against the opposition candidate, Donald Trump.”
    Sussmann is charged with a single count of making a false statement.    That charge carries a maximum five-year prison sentence, though if convicted, Sussmann is likely to get far less – if any – prison time.    He did not take the stand during the trial.
    The case turns on a Sept. 19, 2016, meeting in which Sussmann presented the FBI’s top attorney, James Baker, with computer data that Sussmann said suggested a secret communications backchannel between a Russia-based bank and the Trump Organization, the candidate’s company.
    Such a backchannel, if it existed, would have been explosive information at a time when the FBI was examining links between Trump and Russia.    But after assessing the data, the FBI quickly determined that there was no suspicious contact.
    Prosecutors said Sussmann lied to Baker by saying he was not participating in the meeting on behalf of a particular client.
    They said he was there on behalf of the Clinton campaign and another client, a technology executive whom the Durham team said tasked researchers with looking for internet traffic involving Trump associates and Russians.
    Sussmann lied about his clients, prosecutors alleged, to give the data extra credibility because he figured the information would not be investigated if the FBI thought it was mere opposition research being pushed by the Clinton campaign.
    The defendant knew he had to hide his clients if there was any chance of getting his allegations to the FBI – and that, ladies and gentlemen, is why the defendant lied,” Algor said.
    To convict, prosecutors need to show not only that Sussmann lied but that the lie was material – namely, that it mattered or at least could have mattered to the FBI’s work.
    Algor said the fact Sussmann repeatedly billed the Clinton campaign for his work on the Alfa Bank matter is proof he was acting on the campaign’s behalf when he met with the FBI.    But Berkowitz noted Sussmann billed his taxi ride to FBI headquarters for the meeting itself to his law firm, rather than to the campaign.
    Durham has so far charged three people.    The case against Sussmann is the only one to have reached trial.

5/30/2022 Barr says Durham uncovered 'seditious' activity by Daniel Chaitin, Washington Examiner
© Provided by Washington Examiner Barr says Durham uncovered 'seditious' activity
    Former Attorney General William Barr said he believes special counsel John Durham is uncovering "seditious" activity.
    The trial of Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann has shown how Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign and its allies spread theories tying rival Donald Trump to Russia in the final months of the election, providing evidence for those who have long argued there was a so-called Russiagate plot to undermine Trump's candidacy and later his presidency.
    This Alfa-Bank matter tied to the Clinton team may not have spurred the FBI's investigation into Trump's links to Russia, but Barr said he accepted the chance to become attorney general, his second stint, because he believed a "constitutional crisis" was afoot.    Barr took charge of the Justice Department in February 2019, overseeing the roll-out of special counsel Robert Mueller's Trump-Russia findings, and appointed Durham to investigate the origins and conduct of the Russia inquiry, dubbed a "witch hunt" by Trump.
RUSSIAGATE INVESTIGATOR BELIEVES DURHAM CRACKED 'INSURANCE POLICY' MYSTERY
    "I think whatever you think of Trump, the fact is that the whole Russiagate thing was a grave injustice.    It appears to be a dirty political trick that was used first to hobble him and then potentially to drive him from office," Barr told BlazeTV host Glenn Beck in a recent episode of his podcast.
    Barr also said, "I believe it is seditious," but he stressed criminality would have to be determined in court.
    Sussmann is charged with lying to the FBI about whom he was representing when, in September 2016, he presented internet data that suggested a now-discredited link between Trump and a Russian bank.    In particular, Sussmann was indicted for allegedly concealing his clients — Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and “Tech Executive-1,” known to be former Neustar executive Rodney Joffe — from FBI general counsel James Baker.    Sussmann denies lying to the FBI and has pleaded not guilty.
    His trial took place over the last two weeks in Washington, D.C., and the jury has begun deliberations.
    One revelation during the trial came from Robby Mook, the campaign manager for Clinton in 2016, who said the candidate personally signed off on sharing since-debunked Trump-Russia allegations related to Alfa-Bank with the media during the election.    During the trial, Mook admitted he was not confident in the veracity of the Alfa-Bank claims when the decision was made to share them with the press but claimed the media would help vet the information.    “We wanted the American people to know about it, yeah," he said when asked if the campaign was pleased the allegations were published.    No one involved with the Clinton campaign has been charged with any crimes in Durham's investigation.
    Barr said the lingering cloud of Russian collusion had wide-ranging consequences that stretch to this day with Russia's war in Ukraine.
    "It was a gross injustice, and it hurt the United States in many ways, including what we're seeing in Ukraine these days.    It distorted our foreign policy, and so forth," he said.


5/31/2022 Sussmann Acquitted In Quick Defeat For Durham Investigation by Josh Kovensky, Talking Points Memo
© Hartford Courant
    A federal jury fully acquitted Democratic party-linked attorney Michael Sussmann on Tuesday of charges brought by the Durham investigation in a stunning loss for the Bill Barr-era prosecution.
    Jurors deliberated for six hours before returning the verdict.
    Barr appointed Durham to investigate the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation three years ago.    In September 2021, he charged Sussmann with one count of making a false statement to the FBI, focusing in on a September 2016 meeting in which Sussmann allegedly told an FBI official that he was sharing information about Trump-Russia links out of his own interest, not on behalf of a client.
    The loss is a rapid and stunning defeat for Durham, who sought to use the case to build a grand narrative about Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign spreading, via Sussmann, pernicious lies about Trump’s ties to the Russian government.
    Durham issued a statement saying, “while we are disappointed in the outcome, we respect the jury’s decision and thank then for their service.”
“I also want to recognize and thank the investigators and the prosecution team for their dedicated efforts in seeking truth and justice in this case,” he added.
[WE DID NOT EXPECT ANY JUSTICE WITH A OBAMA JUDGE THAT HAD IT IN WASHINGTON, D.C. WHERE THE CRIMES OCCURRED AND MORE THAN HALF OF THE JURY WERE DEMOCRATS WHO HATE DONALD TRUMP SO IT WAS FROM THE BEGINNING IT WAS RIGGED ENDING WITH AN INDIVIDUAL WAS CAUGHT RED-HANDED WITH THE EVIDENCE OF DOING THE DEED BUT JUSTICE WAS BLIND OF THE EVIDENCE ON THE TRUTH WAS IGNORED AND A TIME LIMIT ON THIS CHARGE.].

5/31/2022 Michael Sussmann's not guilty verdict wasn't a surprise. Here's why - Opinion by Andrew McCarthy, Fox News
© REUTERS/Julia Nikhinson
McEnany questions Sussmann jury pool following not guilty verdict
    The acquittal of Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann by a Washington, D.C., jury comes as no surprise.    In a false-statements case, the government has to prove that the statement in question was both false and material.    Prosecutors had problems on both scores, especially the latter.
    On falsity, the government must establish beyond a reasonable doubt that an untrue statement was made.    Here, although prosecutors had a text message – a statement, directly from Sussmann, in which he falsely claimed he was not representing any client in purveying to the FBI derogatory information about Donald Trump.    But that is not how the case was indicted.
    Special counsel John Durham did not have the text message when the charge was filed in September 2021, flush up against the statute of limitations.    Consequently, in March 2022, when he obtained a copy of the text from James Baker (the FBI’s former general counsel who received the text from Sussmann), Durham could not go back to the grand jury to add a new charge or substantially change the indictment.
MICHAEL SUSSMANN FOUND NOT GUILTY OF CHARGES BROUGHT BY SPECIAL PROSECUTOR JOHN DURHAM
    That meant the jury could not rely on the text itself to find the false statement.    Instead, it had to find what was charged in the indictment, namely, that Sussmann had made the false statement at the meeting with Baker the day after the text message.
    Andy McCarthy: Sussmann not testifying shows 'confidence' in defense.
    The proof of this was not nearly as strong: It was a one-on-one meeting over five years ago, there was no recording or contemporaneous note-taking, and Baker’s accounts of what was said have varied over time.    The text message before the meeting, coupled with the notes of FBI officials with whom Baker spoke immediately after the meeting, were evidence that Sussmann probably denied during the meeting that he was representing a client.    But it was no sure thing.
    More of a problem for prosecutors was materiality – i.e., evidence that the false statement made a difference in how investigators handled the information.
SUSSMANN TRIAL: ‘ELABORATE CONSPIRACY’ TO UNDERMINE ELECTORAL PROCESS CLEAR DESPITE VERDICT, HEMINGWAY SAYS
    Durham’s case was badly damaged by significant evidence that the FBI knew (a) Sussmann was a top Democratic lawyer, and (b) if he was peddling anti-Trump information just six weeks before Election Day, he was doing so out of partisan motivations.
© AP Newsroom Michael Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer who represented the
Hillary Clinton presidential campaign in 2016. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) AP Newsroom
    This was illustrated by the fact that FBI headquarters concealed Sussmann’s identity as the source of the information – i.e., the Internet data conveyed to Baker, which was falsely claimed to prove that then-candidate Donald Trump had established a communications back channel with the Kremlin through servers at Russia’s Alfa Bank.    This was deeply frustrating to the Chicago cybercrime agents.    Any good investigator wants to know where information comes from; the motivation of the source is often a good barometer of the reliability of information.
    In addition, FBI headquarters directed that agents should open a counterintelligence investigation based on the Alfa Bank information, even though the agents had quickly determined there was no validity to the back communications channel claim.    This enabled defense lawyers to argue that any statements Sussmann may have made about whom he was representing were immaterial – the FBI was determined to probe the Alfa Bank data regardless. Even worse, the FBI itself inserted a false statement in its investigation-opening documentations, ludicrously asserting that the information about Alfa Bank had come, not from Sussmann, but from the Department of Justice.
    Sussmann’s counsel were thus able to argue to the jury that the FBI agents who tried to investigate the Alfa Bank lead were misled by their own bosses in Washington, not by a well-known Democratic lawyer.
    It is ironic that prosecutors could convincingly prove a defendant made a false statement to the FBI and yet lose a case because of the FBI’s own machinations.    But that is what happened.

5/31/2022 D.C. Court Finds Former Clinton Lawyer ‘Not Guilty’ In Russia Hoax Trial’ by OAN NEWSROOM
Michael Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer who represented the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign
in 2016, speaks to members of the media outside the federal courthouse in Washington, Tuesday,
May 31, 2022. Sussmann was acquitted Tuesday of lying to the FBI when he pushed information meant to cast
suspicions on Donald Trump and Russia in the run-up to the 2016 election. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
    Former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann was found ‘not guilty’ of lying about the Russia collusion hoax.    After six hours of deliberation over two days, a federal jury announced the verdict on Tuesday.
    Sussmann’s trial was the first of the ongoing Durham probe looking into the origins of the Clinton campaign claim that former President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election.    While speaking with reporters Tuesday, he welcomed the verdict.
    “First, I told the truth to the FBI and the jury clearly recognized that with their unanimous verdict today,” he stated.    “I’m grateful for the members of the jury for their careful and thoughtful service.”
    In the meantime, Special Counsel John Durham noted he is disappointed in the outcome, but thanked the prosecution for their efforts in the case as his probe continues Republicans are pointing out the judge was appointed by former President Barack Obama while claiming the outcome was politically motivated.
[I UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYONE IS DISGUSTED OF THE RULING AGAINST SUSSMAN, BUT DO NOT WORRY HE IS A LOW ISSUE ON THE REAL CORRUPTION BECAUSE THIS TRIAL ALTHOUGH ANYONE WHO READS IT CAN TELL YOU IT WAS RIGGED.    BUT THE REAL STORY DURHAM HAD TO DO IT THIS WAY SINCE THIS BROUGHT ATTENTION TO THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES AND THE WORLD THAT HAS BEEN COVERED UP FOR 5 YEARS TO MAKE EVERYONE UNDERSTAND THAT THERE ARE PEOPLE ABOVE SUSSMANN WHO DURHAM IS REALLY GOING AFTER BECAUSE THEY ARE THE REAL CRIMINAL ACTIONS THAT WILL NOT GET TO USE THEIR WASHINGTON SAFEGUARD SINCE THE NEXT ROUND WILL BE IN THE BIG TIME FOR ALL TO SEE.].

6/1/2022 Trump on Sussmann verdict: ‘Our country is going to hell’ by Dominick Mastrangelo – The Hill
© Provided by The Hill
    Former President Trump on Tuesday expressed outrage at the news that Micheal Sussmann, a lawyer who represented Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic Party, was found not guilty of lying to the FBI.
    Sussmann is being investigated by a special counsel in relation to the origins of the bureau’s probe of Trump’s 2016 campaign for president.
    “Our Legal System is CORRUPT, our Judges (and Justices!) are highly partisan, compromised or just plain scared, our Borders are OPEN, our Elections are Rigged, Inflation is RAMPANT, gas prices and food costs are through the roof,” our Military “Leadership” is Woke, our Country is going to HELL, and "Michael Sussmann is not guilty,” Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social, the small conservative social networking site he founded.
    Trump and his allies have long claimed Sussmann and others within the federal law enforcement and intelligence communities were part of a politically motivated “deep state” attempt to undermine his first presidential campaign.
    Conservative media outlets have relentlessly covered the special counsel’s probe and Sussmann’s role in the narrative.
    Before his acquittal this week, prosecutors had alleged that Sussmann, a key figure in the special counsel’s investigation, had lied to the FBI regarding the case.
    “While we are disappointed in the outcome, we respect the jury’s decision and thank them for their service.    I also want to recognize and thank the investigators and the prosecution team for their dedicated efforts in seeking truth and justice in this case,” John Durham, the special counsel, said in a statement on Tuesday.

6/3/2022 House’s Jan. 6 committee sets primetime hearing to go public with findings by Farnoush Amiri, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., center, flanked by Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., left, and Vice Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo.,
makes a statement as the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol convenes in March.
The committee will go public with its findings in a hearing next week. J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/AP, FILE
    WASHINGTON – The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol will go public with its findings in a primetime hearing next week, the start of what lawmaker’s hope will be a high-profile airing of the causes and consequences of the domestic attack on the U.S. government.
    Lawmakers plan to hold a series of hearings in June that they promise will lay out, step-by-step, how former President Donald     Trump and his allies worked feverishly to overturn his loss in the 2020 presidential election, spreading lies about widespread voter fraud – widely debunked by judges and his own administration – that fueled a violent assault on the seat of democracy.
    The six hearings, set to begin June 9 and expected to last until late June, will be the first time the committee discloses “previously unseen material” about what it has discovered in the course of a sprawling 10-month investigation.
    The committee, which has called Jan. 6 “one of the darkest days of our democracy,” was formed in the aftermath to “investigate the facts, circumstances, and causes relating to the domestic terrorist attack on the Capitol.”
    Unlike any other congressional committees in recent times, the panel’s work has been both highly anticipated by Democrats and routinely criticized by Trump and the former president’s allies who complain it is partisan.
    More than 1,000 people have been interviewed by the panel, and only brief snippets of that testimony have been revealed to the public, mostly through court filings.    The hearings are expected to showcase a series of witnesses but the committee has not yet publicly released the names.

6/3/2022 Oil up $2.85 to $120.39, DOW down 349 to 32,899.

6/4/2022 National gas prices have doubled since Biden took office by Timothy Nerozzi – FOX News
© Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
    National gas price average could hit $5 in a few weeks, expert says Gas prices have more than doubled under President Biden's administration.
    Since Biden took office in January 2021, the price for a gallon of gas has doubled.
    On Jan. 20, 2021, the average price for a gallon of gas nationwide was approximately $2.39.    As of Saturday, the price for a gallon of gas has skyrocketed to $4.81, up five cents from Friday, according to AAA.
GAS PRICES ON THE ROAD TO $5 NATIONWIDE VERY SOON
    The White House this week cheered an OPEC decision to boost supply and has tapped the Strategic Petroleum Reserve while criticizing U.S. energy companies for not increasing production.
    Republicans have used the ongoing, unprecedented rise in gas prices and inflation as an effective cudgel against the Biden administration.
    "Joe Biden’s war on American energy has forced families across the country to empty their wallets to fill their tanks," RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told Fox News in a statement.    "Unfortunately, Biden is doubling-down on his disastrous agenda because he’s not the one paying the price – the American people are."
    It's becoming even more likely that the national average will reach $5 per gallon and that could hit as soon as June 17, Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy, projected.
    The White House Tuesday declined to say Biden's policies are responsible for the high inflation that has materialized under his watch.
© REUTERS/Mike Blake/File PhotoFILE PHOTO: Gas prices grow along with inflation as this sign at
a gas station shows in San Diego, California, November, 9, 2021. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo
    "His policies has helped the economy get back on its feet.    That's what his policy has, his policies has done," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in response to a question from Fox News' Peter Doocy about if Biden takes any responsibility for inflation.    "When we talk about the gas prices right now, this is indeed Putin's gas hike… We have seen about 60% increase in the past several months because of the amassing and his invasion of Ukraine."
    In a press conference Friday, Biden admitted Americans don’t really care why gas prices are so high, they just want them to go down.
    Fox News' Kristen Altus contributed to this report.

6/5/2022 Woke LA District Attorney strikes out in California court by Opinion by Washington Examiner
As a matter of both law and good policy, the California State Court of Appeals well served the public by ruling on Thursday that left-wing Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon actually must do his job.
© Provided by Washington Examiner Woke LA District Attorney strikes out in California court
    Gascon, one of a bevy of district attorneys elected with financial support from radical financier George Soros or his affiliates, is turning Los Angeles into a crime-infested danger zone, with homicides at a 15-year high.    This matches the experience of most Soros DAs and those who adopt similar policies, with murder rates or violent crime rates likewise rising in Philadelphia, St. Louis, Chicago, and elsewhere.
    All these prosecutors openly boast that their goal is to cut incarceration numbers and sentence lengths in the name of mercy and equity.”
[THERES THAT WORD 'EQUITY' WHICH IS NOT IN OUR FIRST AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE DEMOCRATS ARE USING IT TO VIOLATE OUR CONSTITUTION: DEFINED AS "the quality of being fair and impartial: "equity of treatment".]
    Never mind the lack of mercy for the victims of the increase in crime that naturally follows from letting hardened offenders walk free.
    At issue for the California appeals court was a “special directive” announced by Gascon ordering deputy district attorneys not to follow the state’s “three strikes” law that mandates a prison sentence of 25 years to life for someone convicted of a third serious or violent felony.    Californians enacted the law by a statewide referendum with the unambiguous language that the sentence "shall be" imprisonment for at least 25 years and that prosecutors "shall plead and prove all known prior serious or violent felony convictions."    Nonetheless, directly and openly flouting that law, Gascon ordered a blanket policy of refusing to enter the prior convictions into the record.
    When sued by the county’s Association of Deputy District Attorneys, Gascon made two arguments.    He claimed the law violated his discretionary powers as a member of the executive branch of government and thus violated the separation of powers.    He also argued, as a policy matter, that the reason he wanted discretion was that “there is no compelling evidence” that longer sentences “improved public safety,” but that they have “contributed to prison overcrowding … [and] exacerbated disparities in the justice system.”
    The California appeals court made mincemeat of the constitutional separation-of-powers argument.    It did so on the basis of California law, but its reasoning should apply nationwide.    Amid a much lengthier (and entirely convincing) discussion of the issue, the court wrote that the district attorney “is an elected official who must comply with the law, not a sovereign with absolute, unreviewable discretion.”
    This is a lesson all U.S. governmental executives, from mayors up to the president, must heed: If a constitutionally passed law says “shall” or “must,” an executive cannot ignore it.
    Gascon isn’t simply wrong about his legal duties, though.    His policy choices are catastrophic as well, and his claims about the worthlessness of tough sentencing are ludicrous.
    For the quarter-century before California voters enacted the three-strikes law in 1994, the rate of violent and property crimes exceeded 5,000 per 100,000 California residents.    It cannot be entirely a coincidence that the rate then dropped precipitously, to just 3,000, within five years and had dropped to near 2,000 by the time Gascon took office.    Almost immediately upon his election, that good trend reversed.
    A comprehensive 2008 Santa Clara University study, even after controlling for pre-existing crime trends and economic, demographic, and policy factors, found that although there is considerable legitimate debate about the financial costs versus its benefits, “the presence of a Three Strikes law appears to be associated with slightly but significantly faster rates of decline in robbery, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft nationwide.”
    “Only a tiny fraction, as low as 1% of the population, commit most crime, especially violent offenses,” said Sean Kennedy, a California native who is a renowned crime policy analyst and visiting fellow at the Maryland Public Policy Institute.    “Critically, criminals often escalate the seriousness of their offenses toward acts of violence over their criminal careers until they are ‘incapacitated’ or imprisoned for lengthy terms.”
    Gascon and his fellow Soros DAs are wrong about their legal obligations and tragically wrong in their policy choices.    Courts should rein them in, and voters should evict them.

6/5/2022 Poll: Nearly Three-Quarters of Americans Disapprove of Biden’s Handling of Inflation by Caroline Downey - National Review
© Jonathan Ernst/Reuters
    Over 70 percent of Americans disapprove of President Biden’s handling of soaring inflation and gas prices, indicating that economic security remains a high priority for the voting population.
    As of June 3-4, 71 percent said they are unsatisfied with Biden’s efforts to curb inflation and 72 percent said the same for gas prices specifically, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll released Sunday.    Meanwhile, 28 percent say they are content with Biden’s management of the inflation crisis.
    Thirty-seven percent said they approve of the president’s handling of the economic recovery following the Covid-19 downturn, although that number represents a sharp drop of 16 percent from July 2021, when 53 percent approved of Biden’s performance on economic recovery.
    Fifty-one percent of respondents reported that inflation and the economy will be “extremely important” in influencing their voting behavior in the 2022 midterm elections.    Asked to rank key issues in terms of personal importance issues inflation and the economy received the highest percentages for “extremely important,” beating out the Ukraine conflict, the pandemic, and abortion.
    Twenty-one percent of respondents said that inflation would be the “single most important issue” impacting their midterm vote, while 19 percent said the same of the economy, making those issues the top two highest rated in terms of importance, respectively.    The poll surveyed a nationally collected sample of 542 adults from June 3 to June 4.
    Biden’s approval rating has been sinking for months, dropping to the lowest level of his presidency in late May at 39 percent.    Satisfaction with his leadership has been declining for the last year of his tenure in office, according to a recent poll conducted by the Associated Press and National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago (AP-NORC).
    While many issues have plagued the Biden administration, economic uncertainty and dwindling consumer purchasing power seem to be contributing most to Americans’ negative outlook for the country.
    As of mid-May, just 16 percent of voters said the country is headed in the right direction while 75 percent of voters said it is headed down the wrong track, a NBC News poll showed.

6/6/2022 Rep. Stefanik: GOP Ready To Prove J6 Committee Is ‘Illegitimate’ by OAN NEWSROOM
Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., listens during a House Intelligence Committee
hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
    Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) said Republicans are ready to prove how unconstitutional the January 6 Committee is.    She asserted the panel is a merely a witch hunt for “patriotic Trump supporters” across the country.    During an interview Saturday, she argued the panel failed to address the real issue: inadequate capitol security.    The Empire State lawmaker then said Republicans have a plan if they take back the majority to focus on matters that are actually hurting Americans, including rising inflation, sky high gas prices, the crisis at the border and more.
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) appointed five Republicans to the panel, three of which taken off by Speaker Nancy Pelosi.    In response to this, the House Republican conference chairwoman asserted that the panel is only looking to punish political opponents.
    Her remarks came after former White House economic advisor Peter Navarro was charged with contempt of Congress for refusing to testify before the committee.    McCarthy along with congressmen Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Scott Perry (R-Pa.) were also subpoenaed by the panel.
    Stefanik said she’s working closely with President Trump and his team along with House Republicans to set the record straight and prove the panels illegitimacy.
    “I’m going to stand up for my constituents and the American people, and continue to speak the truth and work with all of the House Republicans, with Kevin McCarthy with Jim Jordan, to make sure that the facts are out there for the American people to know,” she stated.    “And expose what Nancy Pelosi does not want the American people to know.    Pelosi’s office is the only one off limits and that she bears responsibility for the security posture.”
    Meanwhile, the committee announced it will be holding its first public hearing on June 9.

[AS YOU CAN SEE BELOW THE DEMOCRAT COMMITTEE ARE TREATING REPUBLICANS ASSOCIATED WITH TRUMP AS MAYBE DESPERATE FOR INFORMATION TO USE AGAINST HIM AND SINCE IT HAS BEEN A YEAR THEY ARE GETTING DESPERATE TO FIND SOMETHING THAT DOES NOT EXIST JUST LIKE THEY DID ON THE PHONY IMPEACHMENTS ON TRUMP ALREADY.].
6/6/2022 Trump Slams January 6 Committee-Related Navarro Indictment by OAN NEWSROOM
Former Trump White House official Peter Navarro speaks to reporters Friday, June 3, 2022, outside of
federal court in Washington. Navarro was indicted Friday on contempt charges after defying a subpoena
from the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
    Former President Donald Trump weighed-in on former economic advisor Peter Navarro’s recent indictment for not complying with subpoenas from the January 6 Committee.
    Trump took to Truth Social on Monday to say Navarro was put in jail while the “lowlifes of Antifa and Black Lives Matter are allowed to rip off the public, kill people and destroy our once great cities.”    He then asked when this double standard will end and added that the American people will not stand for it much longer.
    Navarro maintains he has committed no wrongdoing and the January 6 Committee is engaging in a politically charged effort to target Trump.    He is facing up to two-years behind bars if convicted on both contempt of Congress charges.
    “What that kangaroo committee is doing right now is investigating for punitive purposes,” explained the former economic advisor.    “They’re essentially acting as judge, jury and executioner.    Their mission, their clear mission, is to prevent Donald John Trump from running for president in 2024 and being elected for president.”
    Meanwhile, the Department of Justice has declined to press charges against former Trump White House officials Mark Meadows and Dan Scavino despite contempt referrals from the January 6 Committee.    That’s according to recent reports citing a letter from the US district attorney for Washington, D.C. to the House Select Committee’s counsel.
    In the letter, the prosecutor said his office conducted a thorough investigation of contempt allegations brought forward by the panel.    The Democrat-led panel pushed the Justice Department to charge both over their refusal to cooperate with subpoenas.    Unlike Meadows and Scavino, the agency is pursuing contempt cases against Navarro and former White House’s chief strategist Steve Bannon.

6/7/2022 Treasury Secy. Yellen Says Biden Admin. Has Done Everything It Can To Bring Down Energy Costs by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE— High gas prices are shown in Los Angeles, Tuesday, May 24, 2022. State Sen. President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins, and
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon announced a legislative budget agreement on Wednesday, June, 1. The plan includes a $200 rebate
to help with the rising gas prices for most taxpayers who make below a certain income level. Gov. Gavin Newsom has not agreed
to the plan yet. Lawmakers and Newsom will continue negotiating through the month of June. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)
    Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen suggested the Biden administration is out of options to lower gas prices in America.    While testifying before the Senate Finance Committee Tuesday, she continued to lay the blame at Vladimir Putin’s feet for the soaring cost of gas.
    “With respect to energy, the administration has done everything that they can to bring down energy costs,” Yellen claimed.
    Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm echoed Yellen’s stance in agreement.    This comes as fuel prices in America set a new record high for the tenth day in a row while hitting $4.91 a gallon.    That’s more than double since former President Donald Trump left office.
    Meanwhile, a recent survey shows a vast majority of Americans don’t like the way President Joe Biden is handling the nation’s energy crisis.    In an ABC News and IPSOS poll, 72 percent of respondents disproved of Biden’s gas policies.    Americans have been feeling the pain at the pump for months with the national average continuing to rise.
    A separate poll suggested a majority of Americans feel the economy is in bad shape and that they are struggling financially.    In the Wall Street Journal-NORC survey released Monday, 83 percent of respondents said they believe the economy is either “poor” or “not good.”
    The poll also found more than a third of those surveyed are not satisfied with their current financial situation and 38 percent believe their finances got worse over the past few years.    This new survey comes as President Biden has sought to downplay concerns of a potential recession amid high inflation and other economic factors impacting Americans nationwide.

HERE WE GO AGAIN JOE AS YOU ARE OUT OF TOUCH AND SAUDI ARABIA IS NOT GOING TO PUMP OIL FOR YOU BECAUSE THEY DO NOT WANT TO BECAUSE TRUMP GAVE THEM NUCLEAR POWER TO REPLACE IT AND THEY ARE NOT HAVING SEVERE EARTHQUAKES ANYMORE AFTER 30 YEARS OF PUMPING OIL OUT OF THE GROUND AND THIS WAS HOW TRUMP GOT THE ABRAHAM ACCORDS STARTED AND OF COURSE YOU ARE HERE TO ONLY DESTROY THAT ACCORD SO TURN YOUR POOR EXCUSE ASS AND GO BACK TO THE U.S.A. AND PUMP OIL FOR AMERICA.
6/8/2022 White House again defends Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia — which he promised to make a pariah — saying he'd meet anyone who could help the US by wbostock@businessinsider.com (Bill Bostock) – Business Insider
© Provided by Business InsiderA composite image of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
and US President Joe Biden. Pool via REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque; REUTERS/Andrej Isakovic
1 of 10 Photos in Gallery©AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster
    Biden is teasing a coming decision on student-loan forgiveness.    Here's everything we know about how it could look.
    Despite President Joe Biden's campaign pledge to cancel $10,000 in debt per borrower, he's been largely silent on the issue through his presidency.
    But there may be a light at the end of tunnel for more than 40 million Americans with federal student loans.
    In late April, Biden said he'd "have an answer" on relief in the coming weeks.    That was a year after Biden asked the Department of Education to prepare a memo outlining his legal power to cancel student debt.    Insider found that the Education Department created and circulated the memo, but Biden has not revealed its contents.
    Instead of relief for all borrowers, so far, Biden has focused on targeted groups like borrowers with disabilities and those defrauded by for-profit schools, who have seen more than $9 billion in collective debt relief.    He also extended the pandemic pause on student loan payments four times since taking office, following two from former President Donald Trump.
    Democrats are pressuring him to relieve borrowers in fear of low midterm turnout, with some progressives urging him to cancel at least $50,000 for those in debt.    Meanwhile, Republicans senators have introduced bills intended to prohibit cancellation.
    Biden's approval rating among the young people who helped get him elected is tanking.    With the payment pause set to expire after August 31, Americans are on pins and needles to find out what Biden will do.
    Here's everything we know so far.
Read the original article on Business Insider
    The White House has again defended President Joe Biden's upcoming trip to Saudi Arabia in the face of mounting criticism.
    On the 2020 campaign trail, Biden had promised to make the kingdom a "pariah" over the journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder, which the CIA said Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had likely ordered.
    As president, Biden went on to ostracize Crown Prince Mohammed — also known as MBS — by demoting his rank even though he is the de facto leader of the kingdom.
    However, Biden and the White House have since softened on Saudi Arabia, a shift culminating with reports last week that Biden will visit Saudi Arabia in July.
    The news sat poorly with several rights activists and Democratic lawmakers, with Rep. Adam Schiff saying Sunday that MBS, whom he called a "butcher," "should be shunned."
[AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE ABOVE SENTENCE THE CRY BABIES ARE SHOWING THEIR TRUE COLOR BECAUSE SOMEONE WILL NOT CAVE INTO THEIR REQURIEMENTS - SO GOOD JOB TRUMP TO SHOW IF YOU DO THE RIGHT THINGS PEOPLE WILL DO THE RIGHT THINGS FOR YOU.].
    Addressing questions about Biden's decision to visit MBS despite his previous pledge to ostracize him, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Monday that Biden "is focused on getting things done for the American people."
Joe Biden to seek Saudi Arabia oil deal
As you can see Joe's face above he now knows that the world does not revolve around him
and his policies are pushing everyone toward the conservatives
    "If he determines that it's in the interest of the US to engage with a foreign leader and that such an engagement can deliver results, then he'll do so," she said.
    "There's no question that important interests are interwoven with Saudi Arabia.    And the president views the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as an important partner on a host of initiatives that we are working on, both in the region and around the world."
    Jean-Pierre noted that Saudi Arabia has been a "strategic partner of the US for nearly 80 years."
    An anonymous senior US official previously defended Biden's trip to The Guardian on Thursday, using identical phrasing to Jean-Pierre.
    A key driver of the recent realignment is the impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine on rising US gas prices.
    The US banned Russian oil imports in February and subsequently pleaded with Saudi Arabia to pump more as prices started to rise at home.    (Gas prices hit a high of $4.87 a gallon on Monday.)
    However, the kingdom denied those requests and later said it was committed to production levels agreed with the oil-producers group OPEC+, with MBS reportedly ignoring Biden's phone calls about boosting production.
    Since then, a stream of senior US officials have flown to Saudi Arabia for discussions about oil, including CIA Director Bill Burns and Biden's chief Middle East advisor, Brett McGurk.
    The US is fighting a headwind.    Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates have recently become unhappy with the US' lack of commitment to maintaining their security, a key underpinning of the Saudi-US relationship, following a series of terror attacks on the Gulf.
    Experts recently told Insider's John Haltiwanger that Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia suggests that MBS "got away with murder" over Khashoggi.
    MBS has said he wishes people would stop bringing up Khashoggi, telling The Atlantic earlier this year that "it hurt me a lot" that he was accused of ordering the hit, a claim he denies.
    Read the original article on Business Insider
[THE ABOVE ARTICLE ABOVE IS SUCH A LAUGH BECAUSE THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION IS DEPERATE FOR OIL FROM THE MIDEAST COUNTRIES BUT DUE TO THEIR OWN UPPINESS THEY HAVE STRUCK OUT AND TRUMP DOES NOT NEED THEIR OIL BECAUSE HE WOULD JUST OPEN THE OIL WELLS IN THE U.S. AND START PUMPING IT AGAIN AND PUT THE U.S.A. BACK ON AMERICA FIRST INSTEAD OF JOE'S U.S.A. LAST.].

[ITS ABOUT TIME THAT THE PEOPLE OF DEMOCRAT CONTROLLED STATES ARE FINALLY GETTING UNWOKE AND ARE SEEING WHAT THE PUSH FROM GEORGE SOROS MILLIONS OF DOLLARS HE PAID OUT TO GET VARIOUS STATES TO GET CONTROL OF MAYORS, GOVERNORS AND PROBABLY A POOR PRESIDENT THAT WE NEED TO GET RID OF SOON TODAY PEOPLE ARE SEEING A REVERSE OF THEIR BLINDNESS TO WHAT WAS REALLY GOING ON AS THEY HAVE DONE NOTHING BUT DESTROY THESE STATES SO LETS SEE IF OTHER STATES AND CITIES WILL WAKE UP ALSO AND IF YOU WANT TO SEE WHO SOROS IS AND WHAT HE IS DOING THEN GO TO www.mazzaroth.com/ChapterEight/2021/soros.htm if it does not take you there then copy the link and put in your internet access so it will open.    By the way only 6.7% Republicans in San Francisco so this is being done by Democrats.].
6/8/2022 San Francisco Recalls District Attorney Chesa Boudin by OAN NEWSROOM
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin and his wife, Valerie Block, leave an election night gathering Tuesday, June 7, 2022,
in San Francisco. San Francisco residents voted Tuesday to recall Boudin, a progressive, following a heated campaign that
captivated the country and bitterly divided Democrats over crime, policing and public safety reform. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)
    Voters in San Francisco, California choose to recall District Attorney Chesa Boudin.    The embattled public official lost his seat in Tuesday’s elections with more than 60 percent of voters calling for his removal.
    Critics cited his soft-on-crime policies as a contributing factor to the area’s surge in crime rates.    They also cited an up-tick in shoplifting, burglaries and open-air drug dealing as reasons to recall him.    Despite this, Boudin blamed his loss on being outspent three-to-one.
    “Voters were not asked to choose between criminal justice reform and something else,” he stated.
    “They were given an opportunity to voice their frustration and their outrage, and they took that opportunity.”
    Boudin is the first San Francisco district attorney to be recalled in the city’s history.    Meanwhile, the recall effort for fellow progressive District Attorney George Gascon of Los Angeles could be on November’s ballot if the petition garners enough signatures.
    There has been speculation that Boudin may be picked up by President Joe Biden as an added member of his administration.    Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ariz.) took to Twitter to call on Biden to confirm this will not be the case.    As of Wednesday morning, the White House has made no comment on the possibility.

6/9/2022 YES YOU CAN DO SOMETHING WHICH IS START PUMPING OIL AGAIN IN THE U.S.A.
    I, author of this website www.mazzaroth.com, and I am 71 years old.    So Joe Biden, I bought my dream Van that has everything a man wants in it and have taken it to Florida vacations from Kentucky 3 times in the last 4 years and this Van was my last vehicle that I intend buy and it is paid off and I intend to inherit it to my two sons who are 12 and 14 years old now for them to drive when they turn 16 years old and get licensed, and to let you know I have no other option and I will have to pay for your gas hikes until I die even if it goes to $8+ a gallon even if I have to buy it illegally if such happens.    To let you know I mainly because I am not going to pay for a new electric car at $60,000 plus, and etc. to charge it which I could not pay off that vehice probably before I die and will not put that debt on anyone else or my children and as the next articles tell me you do not have any plan to make things better so may the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob send a dream to you to see your fate if you continue on your destruction of this country.

[I AM GLAD TO SEE THESE 4 WOMEN ARE FIGHTING BACK SINCE I STILL BELIEVE THAT FBI DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER WRAY SENT HIS FBI IN TO DO ANOTHER DEMOCRAT COVER UP AND I HAVE HIM AS THE HEAD OF ALL THE COVERUPS FROM THE OBAMA AND BIDEN ADMINISTRATION SINCE HE WAS PICKED TO REPLACE PRESTEP WHO GOT OUT KNOWING THE CORRUPTION THAT OCCURRED.].
6/8/2022 Dozens Of Women File Tort Claims Against FBI Seeking More by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE – United States gymnasts from left, Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols, arrive to
testify during a Senate Judiciary hearing about the Inspector General’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Larry Nassar
investigation on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021, in Washington. (Saul Loeb/Pool via AP, File)
    Dozens of women filed federal tort claims against the FBI over it’s mishandling of sexual abuse allegations against disgraced former USA gymnastics Doctor Larry Nassar.
    The claims were reportedly filed Wednesday, on behalf of more than 90 women who were abused by Nassar and seek more than $1 billion in damages.    Among those seeking damages are Olympic winning gold medalist Simon Biles, Aly Raisman and Mckayla Maroney.
    “If the FBI had simply done it’s job, Nassar would have been stopped before he ever had the chance to abuse hundreds of girls, including me,” said former University of Michigan gymnast Samantha Roy.
    A report from the DOJ’s inspector general last year found the agency failed to act after agents received the first allegations against Nassar back in 2015.    FBI Director Christopher Wray acknowledged major mistakes.
    “I’m especially sorry that there were people at the FBI who had their own chance to stop this monster back in 2015 and failed," voiced Wray.    “That’s inexcusable.”
    At that same hearing, Biles shared that an “entire system” enabled the abuse.    Maroney recalled “dead silence” when she talked to FBI agents about Nassar.
    The Justice Department in May said that it would not pursue criminal charges against former agents who were accused of giving inaccurate or incomplete responses during the inspector general’s investigation.
    Michigan State University agreed to pay $500 million to more than 300 women and girls who were assaulted by Nassar.    USA Gymnastics and the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee made a $380 million settlement.

6/9/2022 Report: NIH Officials Took Secret Payments From Outside Firms by OAN NEWSROOM
Dr. Anthony Fauci in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
    A new report revealed top officials at Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) are receiving millions of dollars in secret royalty checks.
    An investigative report by Open the Books, an American nonprofit organization that describes itself as a transparency group devoted to uncovering disclosed government spending, found more than $134 million was paid to 1,600 NIH executives, scientists and researchers by third-party groups. The payments were revealed after a Freedom of Information Act request.
    The scheme reportedly involves the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, along with several US Department of Health and Human Services and Pentagon agencies as well as the US Agency for International Development.    Republican lawmakers are aware of this report and they are calling for a deeper inquiry.
    “The NIH is in the midst of, as you know, awarding grants for research,” said Rep. John Moolenaar (R-Mich.).    “Is also in the position of sort of evaluating or giving opinions on drugs that work or don’t work.    And the idea that scientist may be benefiting financially from work that they have done at NIH, that creates to me an appearance of a conflict of interest.”
    According to the GOP, royalty payments to NIH officials may undermine public trust in the government’s certification of medical drugs.

6/10/2022 Trump: Jan. 6 Panel An Unselect Committee Of Political Thugs by OAN NEWSROOM
A video of former President Donald Trump at a rally near the White House on Jan. 6th, is shown as committee
members from left to right, Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif., Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif.,
Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., Vice Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., Rep. Adam Kinzinger,
R-Ill., Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., and Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., look on, as the House select committee investigating the
Jan. 6 protest at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Thursday, June 9, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
    Former President Donald Trump criticized the January 6 Committee as another partisan sham.    In a statement Thursday, he said the Democrat-controlled panel is a “unselect committee of political thugs.”    Trump stressed, the committee includes the same group of people who were pushing the false Russia collusion hoax and then denied the obvious evidence of fraud in the 2020 elections.
    The 45th President made his comments just ahead of the January 6 show trial.    Trump also said the Democrat committee knows he was asking for 20,000 National Guard or troops to be deployed at the US Capitol ahead of the protest, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi turned down the offer.
Meanwhile, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) echoed the sentiments while suggesting Democrats are playing politics.    During a press conference Thursday, the California lawmaker affirmed Republicans have repeatedly denounced the violence at the US Capitol and Democrats are ignoring the crises that are effecting the American people.
    The House minority leader was also joined by Congress members Jim Banks (R-Ind.), Steve Scalise (R-La.) and Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) who argue the panel is an attack on the GOP and President Trump. They asserted that Democrats refuse to take responsibility for the crises their policies have created and the committee’s focus is not to keep the US Capitol safe.
    House Minority Whip Scalise said Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) doesn’t want the truth to come out.    He pointed out how she failed to increase security despite receiving intelligence reports.
    As House Republicans continue their own investigations into the committee, Rep. Stefanik claimed the panel will not prevent another January 6 from happening and asserted its sole purpose is to punish political opponents.

[AS NBC, CBS, AND THE REST OF THE CORRUPT NEWSROOMS THEY DO NOT WANT TO ADMIT IT THAT GEORGE SOROS MONEY AND PROMOTION OF THESE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS IN THESE DEMOCRAT CONTROLLED STATES HAVE FINALLY GOT FED UP WITH THEIR POLICIES AND THIS IS THE ONLY WAY THEY CAN FIGHT BACK.].
6/11/2022 How San Francisco's D.A. recall election shows a rift in the Asian American community by Claire Wang – NBC News
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    Asian Americans, galvanized by rising crime rates and violent attacks against elders, appeared to be a driving force in Tuesday’s recall election that ousted San Francisco’s reformist District Attorney Chesa Boudin.
    Community organizers say the result reflects the group’s simmering frustrations with progressive leaders for not taking seriously the trauma they’ve faced over the past two years.    They themselves are split on the matter, with some campaigning for the recall while others opposed it, highlighting a widening divide in the group’s outlook on policing and crime.
    Aarti Kohli, executive director of Advancing Justice—Asian Law Caucus, said that Asian Americans, though united in their concern about rising anti-Asian hate, hold a wide range of views regarding public safety.
    “We need to acknowledge our communities’ fears while having a fact-based dialogue on what has and hasn’t worked,” she said.    “Decades of policing and mass incarceration have not made us any safer.”
    Right-wing media and Boudin’s critics slammed his reformist policies, like eliminating cash bail and reducing jail and prison populations, for causing a perceived rise in violent crime.    (The data is not clear-cut: from 2019 to 2021, the homicide rate in San Francisco jumped 37 percent, but reported rates of violent crime in general have fallen.)
    These policies do not poll particularly well among Asian Americans nationally.    Recent data show an increasing support within the community for tough-on-crime tactics to address public safety.    About half of Asian American adults say stronger hate crime laws would be the most effective policy in preventing violence, according to a Pew Research Center survey last year.    Another 14 percent chose increasing local police presence as the top measure.     Boudin’s relationship with the city’s Asian American community has long been fraught.    Last March, he came under fire for calling the murder of Vicha Ratanapakdee, an 84-year-old Thai immigrant, the result of a “temper tantrum” and declining to pursue hate crime charges.We’re tired of having attacks on our seniors dismissed, delegitimized, ignored,” the Asian Pacific Democratic Club tweeted.    “It’s not progressive or Democratic to talk at, instead of listen to, communities of color.”
    Other groups, like the Chinese Progressive Association and Chinese for Affirmative Action, opposed the recall campaign, which they say was marred by misinformation and disinformation from the Chinese right wing.
    According to a poll conducted last month by the local paper the San Francisco Standard, more than two-thirds of registered Asian American voters said they favored the recall — the highest level of support of all racial groups.
    Boudin’s ouster is part of a string of high-profile local elections that spoke to the burgeoning political power — and shifting allegiances — of the country’s fastest growing racial group.
    In February, Asian parents in San Francisco, incensed by the scrapping of a merit-based admissions system at an elite high school, powered a successful recall campaign of three progressive school board members.    In New York City’s mayoral race last November, Asian Americans, frustrated also by proposed reforms to specialized high school admissions and plans to build a jail in Manhattan’s Chinatown, came out in force for Republican candidate Curtis Sliwa.
    Charles Jung, a trial lawyer and executive director of the California Asian Pacific American Bar Association, said the recent results should be a warning sign to Democrats to start listening to Asian Americans instead of continuing to take their support for granted.
    “They want our votes but they place us last, if they consider us at all,” said Jung, who identifies as a life-long Democrat and spoke to NBC in his personal capacity.    “That has to stop.    You can’t expect to rely on our vote and not actually care.”
    Jung, who helped organize three national rallies against anti-Asian violence, said many activists he worked with grew frustrated with Boudin’s superficial outreach to the community.    He said that Boudin mishandled criminal cases, pressured victims to agree to diversion and falsely affiliated himself with grassroots initiatives, such as tweeting about a self-defense class that he had no ties to.
    In late May, as the recall election approached, Boudin stepped up outreach to Asian American voters and launched a new victim services unit.    But for skeptics like Jung who’ve long felt neglected by his policies, the move seemed too little too late.
    You can’t fail API victims, then make up for it with window dressing, photo-ops with Asian people, and tweets,” he said.    “The community isn’t stupid; we can sense the fakeness.”
    Some advocates, though, doubt tough-on-crime policies will leave a positive impact on vulnerable Asian American populations.
    Manjusha Kulkarni, co-founder of the reporting forum Stop AAPI Hate, said less than 15 percent of thousands of self-reported hate incidents against Asian Americans actually constitute crimes.    The vast majority are instances of verbal harassment or nonviolent forms of discrimination for which perpetrators cannot be arrested.
    Because of this, Kulkarni said, increasing policing “won’t be at all effective in addressing anti-Asian hate.”    Even for the small share of reported hate crimes, she said, the effectiveness of a criminal law approach is dubious.
    “There’s no evidence, no studies, that show that hate crimes prosecution leads to any deterrence in the commission of hate crimes,” she said.
    Kohli, of Asian Law Caucus, said Boudin implemented numerous initiatives, such as multilingual services to hate crime survivors, that enhanced “a sense of safety and healing” in Asian American enclaves.    More humane than carceral approaches, she said, increased funding for such victim-centered and restorative justice programs will be more effective at combating anti-Asian violence and discrimination.
    “We’ve seen across cities that have tough-on-crime policies that increased law enforcement and policing do not actually reduce crime,” Kohli said.    “We need community-based resources like mental health services, and for our communities to be housed, educated, employed, and offered social support.”

6/12/2022 Economists Warn Inflation May Still Get Worse by OAN NEWSROOM
NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 29: Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Adviser of Allianz appears on a segment of “Mornings With Maria”
with Maria Bartiromo on the FOX Business Network at FOX Studios on April 29, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images)
    Economist Mohamed El-Erian said inflation has yet to reach it’s peak. Appearing on CBS’s “Face The Nation” Sunday, the Allianz Chief Economic Advisor said he fears inflation may reach nine percent.
    “We got here because we got a combination of things happening,” said El-Erian.    “All these things came together and are now feeding this inflation.    The price of nearly everything is going up and making us feel really insecure.”
    This comes after inflation hit 8.6 percent in May, the highest since December of 1981.    El-Erian said their was hope it would be temporary and inflation was partially avoidable, but argued the federal reserve mischaracterized the issue and fell behind.
    Meanwhile, during an interview with CNN Sunday, former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers disagreed with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s recent claims a recession is not in the works.
    “I look at what’s happening in the stock and bond markets,” voiced Summers.    “I look at where consumer sentiment is.    I think there is certainly a risk of recession in the next year.    I think given where we’ve gotten to, it’s more likely than not that we’ll have a recession within the next two years.”
    However, even the usual Biden critic took a jab at the GOP, claiming so-called “Banana Republicans” who allegedly fanned the flame of the Jan. 6 protests, are partly at fault for the nation’s economic crisis.

6/13/2022 1/6 panel: Consider indictment of Trump - AG must decide if prosecution warranted by Hope Yen, ASSOCIATED PRESS
    WASHINGTON – Members of the House committee investigating the Capitol riot said Sunday they have uncovered enough evidence for the Justice Department to consider an unprecedented criminal indictment against former President Donald Trump for seeking to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
    The committee announced that Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, is among the witnesses scheduled to testify at a hearing Monday that focuses on Trump’s effort to spread his lies about a stolen election.    Stepien was subpoenaed for his public testimony.
    As the hearings unfold, Rep. Adam Schiff said he would like the department to “investigate any credible allegation of criminal activity on the part of Donald Trump.”    Schiff, D-Calif., who also leads the House Intelligence Committee, said that ”there are certain actions, parts of these different lines of effort to overturn the election that I don’t see evidence the Justice Department is investigating.”
    The committee launched its public hearings last week, with members laying out their case against Trump to show how the defeated president relentlessly pushed his false claims of a rigged election despite multiple advisers telling him otherwise and how he intensified an extraordinary scheme to overturn Joe Biden’s victory.
    Additional evidence is to be released in hearings this week, Democrats say, that will demonstrate that Trump and some of his advisers engaged in a “massive effort” to spread misinformation, pressured the Justice Department to embrace his false claims, and urged then-Vice President Mike Pence to reject state electors and block the vote certification on Jan. 6, 2021.
    Stepien, a longtime Trump ally, is now a top campaign adviser to the Trump-endorsed House candidate in Wyoming’s Republican primary, Harriet Hageman, who is challenging Rep. Liz Cheney, the committee’s vice chair and a vociferous critic of the former president.    A Trump spokesman, Taylor Budowich, suggested that the committee’s decision to call Stepien was politically motivated.
    Monday’s witness list also includes BJay Pak, the top federal prosecutor in Atlanta who left his position on Jan. 4, 2021, a day after an audio recording was made public in which Trump called him a “never-Trumper”; Chris Stirewalt, the former political editor for Fox News; noted Washington elections attorney Benjamin Ginsberg; and Al Schmidt, a former city commissioner in Philadelphia.
    The panel will also focus on the millions of dollars Trump’s team brought in fundraising in the run-up to Jan. 6, according to a committee aide who insisted on anonymity to discuss the details.
    The committee has said most of those interviewed in the investigation are coming forward voluntarily, although some have wanted subpoenas to appear in public.    Filmmaker Nick Quested, who provided documentary footage of the attack, said during last week’s hearing he received a subpoena to appear.
    Committee members said they would present clear evidence that “multiple” GOP lawmakers, including Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa., had sought a pardon from Trump, which would protect him from prosecution.    Perry on Friday denied he ever did so, calling the assertion an “absolute, shameless, and soulless lie.”
    “We’re not going to make accusations or say things without proof or evidence backing it,” said Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill.
    Lawmakers indicated that perhaps their most important audience member over the course of the hearings may be Attorney General Merrick Garland, who must decide whether his department can and should prosecute Trump.    They left no doubt as to their own view whether the evidence is sufficient to proceed.
    “Once the evidence is accumulated by the Justice Department, it needs to make a decision about whether it can prove to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt the president’s guilt or anyone else’s,” Schiff said.    “But they need to be investigated if there’s credible evidence, which I think there is.”     Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., said he doesn’t intend to “browbeat” Garland but noted the committee has already laid out in legal pleadings criminal statutes they believe Trump violated.
    “I think that he knows, his staff knows, the U.S. attorneys know, what’s at stake here,” Raskin said.    “They know the importance of it, but I think they are rightfully paying close attention to precedent in history as well, as the facts of this case.”
    Garland has not specified whether he would be willing to prosecute, which would be unprecedented and may be complicated in a political election season in which Trump has openly flirted with the idea of running for president again.     No president or ex-president has ever been indicted.
    Richard Nixon resigned from office in 1974 as he faced an impeachment and a likely grand jury indictment on charges of bribery, conspiracy and obstruction of justice. President Gerald Ford later pardoned his predecessor before any criminal charges related to Watergate could be filed.
    Legal experts have said a Justice Department prosecution of Trump over the riot could set an uneasy precedent in which an administration of one party could more routinely go after the former president of another.
    “We will follow the facts wherever they lead,” Garland said in his speech at Harvard University’s commencement ceremony last month.
    A federal judge in California said in a March ruling in a civil case that Trump “more likely than not” committed federal crimes in seeking to obstruct the congressional count of the Electoral College ballots on Jan. 6, 2021.    The judge cited two statutes: obstruction of an official proceeding, and conspiracy to defraud the United States.    Trump has denied all wrongdoing.
    Schiff appeared on ABC’s “This Week,” Raskin spoke on CNN’s “State of the Union,” and Kinzinger was on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
From left, Vice Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., take a break during
the House select committee’s first public hearing to reveal the findings of a year-long investigation. J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/AP
[I DARE YOU TO TRY TO DO THE INDICTMENT OF TURMP SO AMERICANS CAN REALLY SEE YOUR PHONY CRIMINAL ATTEMPT AND WOULD LIKE TO WATCH TRUMP'S ATTORNEYS MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE FOOLS AGAIN FOR THE THIRD TIME - MAKE MY DAY AS CLINT EASTWOOD WOULD SAY.].

[SINCE ONLY THE FBI IS INVOLVED IN THIS ISSUE I SUSPECT MORE CORRUPTION IN THAT AN INDIVIDUAL FROM THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION DID SOMETHING THEY DID NOT WANTED TO GET OUT TO THE PUBLIC AS MANY COVER UPS COME OUT OF THIS INSTITUTION WHICH IS KNOWN FOR MAYBE IN THE FUTURE WE AMERICANS WILL FIND OUT WHAT CAUSED THIS ESPECIALLY WITH THE MIDDLE EAST NATIONS.].
6/13/2022 Brookings boss resigns amid scandal - FBI probe focusing on lobbying efforts for Qatar by Alan Suderman and Jim Mustian, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Retired four-star Marine Gen. John Allen was tapped as president
of the Brookings Institution in late 2017. J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/AP
    The president of the Brookings Institution resigned Sunday amid a federal investigation into whether he illegally lobbied on behalf of the wealthy Persian Gulf nation of Qatar.
    Retired Gen. John Allen wrote in a letter to the think tank that he was leaving with a “heavy heart” but did not offer a direct explanation.
    “I know it is best for all concerned in this moment,” Allen’s letter said.
    A retired four-star Marine general who led U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, Allen’s announcement came less than a week after the Associated Press was first to report on new court filings that showed the FBI had seized Allen’s electronic data as part of the lobbying investigation.
    Allen has not been charged with any crimes and, through a spokesman, has denied any wrongdoing.
    Brookings, which had put Allen on administrative leave the day after the AP’s initial report, issued a statement thanking Allen for guiding the think tank through the coronavirus pandemic and other contributions.    The institution said information about the search for a new president would be forthcoming.
    The new court filings detail Allen’s behind-the scenes efforts to help Qatar influence U.S. policy in June 2017, when a diplomatic crisis erupted between the gas-rich Persian Gulf monarchy and its neighbors.
    An FBI agent said in an affidavit in support of a search warrant there was “substantial evidence” that Allen had knowingly broken a foreign lobbying law, and had made false statements and withheld “incriminating” documents.
    Allen’s alleged lobbying work involved traveling to Qatar and meeting with the country’s top officials to offer them advice on how to influence U.S. policy, as well as promoting Qatar’s point of view to top White House officials and members of Congress, the FBI’s affidavit said.
    The federal investigation involving Allen has ensnared Richard G. Olson, a former ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan in the Obama administration who pleaded guilty to federal charges earlier this month, and Imaad Zuberi, a prolific political donor now serving a 12-year prison sentence on corruption charges.        Several members of Congress have also been interviewed.
    Brookings, one of the most prestigious think thanks in the U.S., had initially hired Allen as a senior fellow before tapping him as president in late 2017 and paying him more than $1 million a year, according to recent tax records.
    “The integrity and objectivity of Brookings’s scholarship constitute the institution’s principal assets, and Brookings seeks to maintain high ethical standards in all its operations,” the think tank said in its statement Sunday.
    Qatar has long been a major financial backer of Brookings, though Allen decided in 2019 to stop taking any new donations from the country.
    Qatari officials have not responded to requests for comment about the Allen investigation.
[I DO NOT TRUST THE BROOKING INSTITUTE SO FOR THEM TO GET RID OF HIM HE MUST HAVE DONE SOMETHING THAT THEY DID NOT WANT HIM TO DO OR NEEDED A FALL GUY FOR THE CRIME.].

6/13/2022 Schiff Claims ‘Powerful Evidence’ Against Trump In J6 Probe by OAN NEWSROOM
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., listens as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol continues to reveal
its findings of a year-long investigation, at the Capitol in Washington, Monday, June 13, 2022. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has claimed the Democrat-controlled January 6 Committee could come up with criminal charges against former President Donald Trump. The California Democrat alleged Sunday that he has “very powerful” evidence that Trump was responsible for clashes at the US Capitol.
    “And we’ll be presenting what we’ve found,” Schiff told reporters.    “I don’t want to predetermine or prejudge the strength of what we will show you.    We’ll show you what we’ve been able to determine.”
    This comes despite Trump saying he offered to deploy 20,000 National Guards ahead of the protest, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (R-Calif.) rejected his offer.    Republicans have said Trump’s impeachment failed back in 2020 despite Schiff’s similar claims of “powerful evidence” at the time.
    “Well I don’t think we learnt anything new,” said Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio).    “I mean, we already knew that they want to get rid of the electoral college, they want to make it so that President Trump can’t run in 2024…I don’t think we learned anything new, even with hundreds of witnesses, thousands of hours of testimony, no ability for Republicans to do any type of cross examination.”
    Trump has also criticized the latest January 6 show trial, while asserting that it’s led by a gang of “political thugs” pursuing partisan goals.

6/15/2022 Soros takeover: Outrage as Miami’s anti-communism Radio Mambi could be controlled by Obama, Clinton staffers Opinion by Brian Flood, Nikolas Lanum – FOX News
© Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images
    Miami’s iconic, Spanish-language conservative talk radio station Radio Mambi could soon be controlled by political strategists who worked for President Obama and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.    The pending sale to a George Soros-linked group has caused outrage inside the station, throughout Miami’s Cuban-American community and among conservative media watchdogs.
    Soros-backed group’s takeover of Miami’s conservative Radio Mambi ‘is about power,’ Jorge Bonilla says     Radio Mambi, which is historically linked to the Cuban exile community and offers an anti-communism view, would be controlled by a group of liberals partially funded by Soros, a far-left billionaire, if the $60 million deal is approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
    Media Research Center director of MRC Latino Jorge Bonilla blasted the move as a power grab by the left.
    "This is about power; this is about control.    This is not about free speech.    This is not about this misinformation.    This is about controlling the flow of information to a specific community for political purposes, and that is what makes this deal, I think, so controversial," Bonilla told Fox News Digital.
DESANTIS CAMPAIGN HITS BACK AT SOROS-FUNDED ELECTION 'MANIPULATION' WITH AD BUY ON HISPANIC RADIO NETWORK
    "You're looking at the shutdown or the radical restructuring or the reformatting… of an iconic radio station, a station that for decades has been a beacon to Miami's Cuban-American community," Bonilla continued.    "[Radio Mambi] has been really the community's voice politically and culturally.    It's a beacon of anti-communism, and so these are the concerns that emerged as a result of this transaction."
    Bonilla believes the looming takeover has a specific, strategic purpose as influential liberals are set to control Miami's "mainstay of the right" in addition to Spanish-language stations in other major markets, including New York, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and San Antonio.
    The formation of the Latino Media Network, a new network set to be made up of 18 Hispanic radio stations including Radio Mambi, was partially financed by Lakestar Finance, an investment group affiliated with Soros Fund Management.    The stations, currently owned by Univision, would be controlled by Jess Morales Rocketto, a former Hillary for America and AFL-CIO employee, and Stephanie Valencia, a former Obama White House staffer, if the venture receives FCC approval.
    Bonilla believes it’s an "unprecedented" situation, and he had a hard time coming up with a comparison until conservative radio legend Rush Limbaugh came to mind.
    "I guess the closest equivalent would be to imagine Rush Limbaugh's affiliate in New York City.    His flagship in New York City at the height of when he first came out and made a ruckus in the '90s," Bonilla said.    "Imagine a Clintonite group coming in and buying that station out and basically setting up [former left-wing radio network] Air America in its place and knocking Rush Limbaugh off the air."
    There have been protests throughout the Miami area, local South Florida politicians have spoken out and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., has criticized the deal.    Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis tweeted, "The Soros-funded radical Left is running a scheme to manipulate local media in Florida to push their Marxist agenda on voters."
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    Radio Mambi staffers are furious, and some popular on-air personalities have been offered retention bonuses simply to stick around, according to both station insiders and Bonilla’s own reporting.
    "Some of the talents have gone on the air saying that they're going to reject this money, that they don't want a dime of Soros money.    There is an ongoing sense of revolt, of unease at the station," Bonilla said.     Bonilla learned of an all-hands meeting last Thursday in which Valencia traveled to Miami to help ease tensions inside the station.    Fox News Digital has confirmed the meeting took place, and that Valencia was accompanied by Cuban-born, anti-Trump conservative Al Cardenas in an attempt to calm panicked staffers.    Cardenas is married to liberal CNN political commentator Ana Navarro, who remains a Republican but worked in Florida to elect Joe Biden in 2020 and openly supports Democrats.
    During the meeting, the former Obama aide claimed "nothing will change" at Radio Mambi, but employees don’t buy it.
    "Nobody believes her," a Radio Mambi insider who attended the meeting told Fox News Digital.    "Honestly, they really believe we are stupid."
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    The insider said that Valencia claimed Soros was simply a "lender," not an investor.    According to the insider, Valencia then told the group she didn’t have a plan for the station yet, so someone asked why Soros would lend $60 million to a group that doesn’t have a plan.    "They like what we want to do," Valencia responded, according to the insider.
    "There's already this sort of backpedal, this attempt to do crisis comms as the deal finishes gelling," Bonilla said.    "But as far as I've heard, there's advertisers already looking ahead to the exits.    There's employees already looking ahead to the exits."
    Bonilla noted that many Radio Mambi staffers are the children of Cuban exiles and there is a great sense of pressure at home not to partake in any sort of left-of-center format.    One prominent employee even admitted that his own mother expects him to walk away from his job if the deal is approved, according to Bonilla.
    "There's a lot of turmoil going on and a lot of unease in Radio Mambi right now," he said.
    Bonilla feels that liberals controlling Radio Mambi would be a significant factor in the 2024 presidential election, as the Hispanic community doesn’t have many well-established conservative media options.    Florida's shift to the right in the past two presidential elections has mirrored an increase in Latino support for Republicans – former President Trump comfortably carried Florida in 2020 over Biden, in part by making major gains in Miami-Dade County with increased support from Cuban-Americans.
    "So, Miami, because of its ecosystem, where it's a city populated on the Hispanic side, mostly by victims of communism and their descendants, that makes Miami and that Miami market very unique in the nation," Bonilla said.    "I think that this is an effort to sort of consolidate control of the message Hispanics receive."
    The Soros-backed group would take control of the station in 2023 if the FCC approves the deal.
    Valencia did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
    Fox News’ Brandon Gillespie contributed to this report.

[SO THIS FOLLOWING ARTICLE SHOWS JOE BIDEN THINKING HIS POLICIES ARE WORKING BUT SEE HIS BALOONS GET POPPED FROM THE NEWS ARTICLE SEEN TOWARDS THE END OF THIS DAY.].
6/15/2022 Biden Touts Economic Performance While Economists Warn Of Recession by OAN NEWSROOM
President Joe Biden addresses the AFL-CIO convention, Tuesday, June 14, 2022, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
    President Joe Biden has continued to insist the economy is on the right track while economists warn of an impending recession.    While speaking to union workers on Tuesday, Biden touted his economic performance despite record high inflation.
    “The bottom line is this; I truly believe we made extraordinary progress by laying a new foundation for our economy, which becomes clear once global inflation begins to recede,” claimed the President.    “There’s so much at stake, but the truth is I’ve never been more optimistic about America than I am today.”
    While Biden is more optimistic than ever, economist don’t share the rose-colored outlook.    According to a recent Financial Times survey, nearly 70 percent of economists expects the US to spiral into a recession in 2023.    Biden then went to say he will continue to rely on foreign markets to bring down the cost of fuel, which has reached a national average of $5 a gallon according to AAA.
    “So I have a plan to bring down the cost of gas and food,” said the President.    “It’s going to take time, but let the world coordinate the largest release.    What I’ll be able to do for the largest release of oil from the global fund in history.    Million barrels a day and 240 million barrels to boost global supply.    I convinced other nations to join us to keep prices from rise, keep prices from rising even more.”
    Biden is set to visit to Saudi Arabia later this year to speak with the country’s Crown Prince about possibly importing some of their oil.    Meanwhile, the American Petroleum Institute has put out a 10-point proposal that promotes domestic oil production, which they asserted is a better solution to ease the pain at the pump.
    “This is America, we can do any damn thing we put our minds tom” Biden stated.    “And guess what?    We’re not going back to the false promises of trickle-down economics.    We’re going forward.”
    Despite all the warnings from experts, Biden remains convinced the American economy is improving under his administration.    In the meantime, inflation continues to be a hot button issue for voters moving into the midterm elections.

[IN THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE SINCE SAUDI ARABIA DISSED NOW BIDEN FINALLY REALIZED HIS POLICIES ARE NOT WORKING BUT NOW WANTS THE OIL COMPANIES TO PUMP OIL BUT BLAMES THEM FOR THE PROBLEM - GEEZ WHAT AN VILE PERSON WHO IS RUNNING THIS COUNTRY THAT CANNOT TAKE THE BLAME FOR HIS OWN DOINGS THAT CAUSED GAS PRICES RISE SO FAST AND HAS REPEATED THE SAME MISTAKES THAT OBAMA DID BUT JOE DID NOT GO OVER AND KILL A SAUDI LIKE THEY DID TO GADDAFFI WHEN IT HIT $6 A GALLON.].
6/15/2022 Biden Urges Oil Companies To Ramp Up Production, Slams Profit Margins by OAN NEWSROOM
President Joe Biden walks to the Oval Office of the White House after stepping off Marine One, Tuesday, June 14, 2022, in Washington.
Biden is returning to Washington after speaking at the AFL-CIO convention in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
    President Joe Biden has urged several top oil companies to ramp up production while taking aim at refiners for high profits amid soaring gas prices.    In a letter to Exonn Mobil, Chevron and five other firms Wednesday, he said the companies must take immediate action to increase the gas and diesel supply.
    The President said refiners historically high profit margins are worsening the intense financial pain the American people are feeling.    These remarks came after Biden recently accused oil companies of purposefully curbing supply to raise prices.
    “Exxon made more money than God this year,” asserted the President.    “Any by the way, nothing’s changed.    One thing I want to say about the oil companies, they talk about how they have 9,000 permits to drill.    They’re not drilling.    Why aren’t they drilling?    Because they make more money not producing more oil.    The price goes up.”
[WELL THERE GOES JOE AGAIN HE SIGNED THE BOOK TO PREVENT THEM FROM OPENING THEM SO GET YOUR PEN OUT JOE.].
    Biden also informed the companies the federal government is prepared to use all tools and emergency authorities to increase capacity as well as output in the near term.
[WELL IT LOOKS LIKE SAUDI ARABIA TOLD BIDEN WHERE TO GET OFF AS I HAVE TOLD EVERYONE THAT TRUMP HELPED THEM NOT HAVE TO PUMP OIL ANYMORE BY USING NUCLEAR ENERGY SO JOE YOU HAVE NO POWER OVER THEM AND IT LOOKS LIKE YOU WILL HAVE TO OPEN SOME OIL WELLS OR ELSE YOU ARE GOING DOWN THE RIVER AND DROWN IN YOUR OWN POLICIES IF YOU DON’T PUMP OIL AND BRING GAS PRICES BACK TO $2.48 A GALLON AS IT WAS BEFORE YOU STARTED YOUR FOOLISH POLICIES AND I THINK WE SHOULD TAKE YOU OUT BEHIND THE BARN AND SPANK YOU WITH TEXAS RANGER HORSE RIDERS REINS SO MAYBE YOU WILL REALIZE WHAT THEY ARE]

6/15/2022 Biden threatens oil companies with 'emergency powers' if they don't boost supply amid inflation spike by Anders Hagstrom – FOX News
© Mario Tama/Getty Images
Charles Payne: Crude oil costs have skyrocketed
    President Biden may resort to using emergency powers if American oil companies don't increase output at their refineries, the president told oil CEOs in a series of letters Wednesday.
    Biden's statement blames oil companies for running "historically high profit margins" even as Americans experience surging gas prices.    Biden has recently faced criticism for a lack of executive action aimed at curbing inflation.
    "There is no question that Vladimir Putin is principally responsible for the intense financial pain the American people and their families are bearing," Biden wrote.    "But amid a war that has raised gasoline prices more than $1.70 per gallon, historically high refinery profit margins are worsening that pain."
    "Your companies and others have an opportunity to take immediate actions to increase the supply of gasoline, diesel and other refined product you are producing," he continued.    "My administration is prepared to use all reasonable and appropriate Federal Government tools and emergency authorities to increase refinery capacity and output in the near term, and to ensure that every region of this country is appropriately supplied."
BIDEN ROASTED FOR ONGOING PRICE BLAME GAME: ‘DON’T TELL ME' THIS IS BECAUSE OF PUTIN
© AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes A gas tank driver delivers 8,500 gallons of gasoline at an
ARCO gas station in Riverside, Calif., Saturday, May 28, 2022. AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes
    Biden sent letters to Marathon Petroleum Corp, Valero Energy Corp, ExxonMobil, Phillips 66, Chevron, BP and Shell.
BIDEN RESPONDS TO $5 GAS: ‘OUTRAGEOUS WHAT THE WAR IN UKRAINE IS CAUSING’
    The letters represent Biden's latest attempt to use executive action to curb inflationary pressure.
    Inflation currently sits at a 40-year high of 8.6% and shows no signs of slowing down.
    The letters come one day after Biden ordered the sale of another 45 million barrels of crude oil from the U.S. Strategic Oil Reserve.
    Biden's letter does not offer a timeline for when his administration would resort to emergency powers, threatening only to do so in the "near term."
    The oil companies have yet to publish a response to Biden's letter Wednesday.
[WELL AS YOU SEE ABOVE BIDEN HAS DONE THE SAME STUPID THING THAT OBAMA DID WHICH IS HE EMPTIED THE 650 BILLION BARRELS OUT OF THE U.S. STATEGIC OIL RESERVE, WHICH MEANS IF WE HAVE A WORLD WAR WE HAVE NO OIL TO FIGHT WITH IT, AND IF YOU DID NOT KNOW TRUMP FILLED IT UP SO HE COULD GO TO FIGHT ISIS SO PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT DEMOCRATS ARE DANGEROUS TO AMERICA AND JOE BIDEN IS DOING THE SAME MISTAKES THAT OBAMA DID TO LIBYA EXCEPT HE HAS NOT KILLED ONE OF THE 12 ISHMAELITE SONS AND GENERATION OF OIL BARONS BUT THE WAY HE IS ACTING ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN SINCE HE THINKS EVERYBODY ELSE IS DOING WRONG THINGS.].

6/15/2022 Biden’s Saudi Trip Garners Mixed Response From Lawmakers by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE – President Joe Biden waits to speak during a bill signing ceremony, June 13, 2022, in the
East Room of the White House in Washington. Biden will make his first trip to the Middle East next month
with visits to Israel, the West Bank and Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)
    President Joe Biden is causing yet another stir in Washington, D.C. with his latest foreign policy decision.    On Tuesday, the White House announced Biden will be visiting Saudi Arabia in June, where he will reportedly meet with crowned Prince Mohammed bin Salman.    GOP critics warn this is just another attempt to beg the Saudi government to produce more oil as the US faces a growing energy crisis.
    Previously, the Crown Prince refused to take Biden’s calls back in March and later humiliated his national security advisor, Jake Sullivan, when he tried to meet with Saudi officials to discuss oil exports.    Biden even sent an arms package to the Saudi government, only to be snubbed in return.    House Republicans claim the latest visit is a “Hail Mary” pass to simmer the skyrocketing gas prices.
    Even Biden ally Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) expressed concern with Biden’s trip.    While admitting the Biden administration is struggling to handle the energy crisis, Durbin couldn’t come around to agree that meeting with bin Salman is the right way to go.    He cited the Saudi government’s numerous human rights abuses, including the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
    “The Saudi Arabia record, particularly when it comes to Khashoggi, is an outrage,” Durbin stated.    “It is the type of thing that clearly it was a designed murder and an effort to dispose of the corpse in a way that it could never be discovered.    We now know what happened, at least to a large extent, and to say that that is just the ordinary course of business for a government is outrageous.    So, I have mixed feelings on this and if the President called me, I would say, ‘Mr. President, you can’t trust these people.'
    However, Biden’s State Department defended cozying up to the Saudi royal family.    Spokesperson Ned Price stressed there are copious issues plaguing the Middle East that needs to be addressed, including Iran’s violent attacks in the region.
    Price also touted the Biden administration’s response to the Khashoggi killing, adding Biden remains committed to punishing those responsible for the attack.    However, he failed to mention how meeting with the US President is holding bin Salman’s feet to the fire even as the Intelligence Community suggested the Saudi Crown Prince orchestrated the hit.
    In the meantime, Biden is set to meet with Saudi officials in mid-July at the end of a Middle East trip, where he will also meet with officials from the Israeli government and the Palestinian authority.
FILE – In this photo released by Saudi Royal Palace, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, speaks during
the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Dec. 14, 2021. After President Joe Biden took
office, his administration made clear the president would avoid direct engagement with the country’s defacto leader,
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, after U.S. intelligence officials concluded that he likely approved the 2018
killing and dismemberment of U.S.-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. (Bandar Aljaloud/Saudi Royal Palace via AP, File)
[I HOPE THAT THE SAUDI PRINCE ABOVE TOLD BIDEN TO GO HOME AND PUMP YOUR OWN OIL IDIOT.].

6/15/2022 Oil down $2.98 to $116.10, DOW up 304 to 30,669 and Biden had a reckoning today as the walls are caving in on him and Biden ordered the sale of another 45 million barrels of crude oil from the U.S. Strategic Oil Reserve and no plan to refill the 650 billion barrels up if we have a war.

[WELL YOU CANNOT SET A RATE WHEN IDIOTS ARE SCREWING THE ENTIRE COUNTRY UP WITH EXCESSIVE INFLATION AND TRYING TO REVERSE ALL THE GAIN THAT TRUMP DID TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN [MAGA] BUT NOW IT IS THE UN-GREAT-AGAIN OR [UGA] AND ONLY TOOK 18 MONTHS.].
6/16/2022 Economists Say Fed Rate Hike May Be ‘Too Little Too Late’ by OAN NEWSROOM
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell leaves after a news conference following an Open Market Committee meeting,
at the Federal Reserve Board Building, Wednesday, June 15, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
    The US Central Bank has made yet another attempt to bring down record-high inflation, this time with the largest rate increase in 28 years.    Fed chair Jerome Powell announced Wednesday that benchmark federal funds rate is going up by point 75 percent.    This is an increase to a range of 1.5 to 1.75 percent.    Powell acknowledged the economy and the country have been through a lot over the past two and a half years.
    “We’re strongly committed to bringing inflation back down and we’re moving expeditiously to do so,” stated the Fed chair.    “We have both the tools we need and the resolve that it will take to restore price stability on behalf of American families and businesses.”
    This as comes inflation hit 8.6 percent in May, which is the highest level in more than 40 years.    That same month, the Fed raised interest rates by 0.5 percent, which was the biggest single rate hike since 2000.
    Meanwhile, economists are worried the Fed may be doing too little too late.    According to Guggenheim Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd, the Fed is running out of time and an economic downturn may be just around the corner.
    “We saw those retail sales numbers come out, those were very weak numbers and there’s a chance that we are already in a recession,” he noted.    “And so, if we are in a recession or we’re close to a recession and the Fed pushes on this more, and then we find that all of a sudden we have a decline is asset prices like stocks did in 87' then if the Fed reverses course they are going to look like they are weak on inflation.”
    Similarly, Herbert Business School Economics Professor Michael Connolly pointed out that despite this major rate hike, the Fed is still “way behind what’s necessary” to slow inflation.
    “So, the Fed’s action is not really a surprise, even though it seems dramatic,” he stated.    “And it will help to accelerate the interest rate and treasuries, and that passes on of course to everything else with the expectation’s effect.”
    The Federal Reserve is expected to announce even more hikes later this year, despite fears it may cause a recession.    In the meantime, officials are trying to bring inflation down to 2 percent.

[AND HE HAS NOW BEEN FORCED TO MAKE A 'DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT' TO PUMP OIL IN THE U.S.A. AND I HOPE HE THROWS UP IN HIS MOUTH WITH THE TASTE OF OIL FOR HIS STUPIDITY FOR A PAYBACK FOR EVERY AMERICAN WHO WAS HURT BY HIS POLICIES SINCE HE CANNOT EVEN GO ON NATIONAL TELEVISION AND APOLIGIZE TO AMERICA AND THE OIL COMPANIES FOR THIS ISSUE BUT HE WILL NOT BECAUSE HE STILL THINKS PUTIN AND COVID CAUSED IT AND BETTER REFILL THE OIL IN OUR NATIONAL OIL RESERVE THAT HE STOLED OUT OF IT IN HIS STUBBORNESS AND USE THE BUILD BACK BETTER MONEY TO PAY FOR IT.].
6/16/2022 Biden Admin. Open To Using Defense Production Act To Address Oil Refinery Issues by OAN NEWSROOM
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks during a press briefing
at the White House, Monday, June 13, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
    White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said President Joe Biden is ready to use the Defense Production Act to boost America’s oil refinery capacity.    Wednesday’s announcement came in unison with Biden firing off a letter to oil refining companies, demanding to know why they are not producing more fuel.
    “He’s open to all reasonable uses of federal government’s tools to increase output and lower cost at the pump, including emergency authorities like the Defense Production Act,” Jean-Pierre confirmed to reporters.
    The administration has claimed the lack of production is hurting its efforts to blunt the impact of the so-called “Putin price hike” at the pump. . In a letter to Exonn Mobil, Chevron and five other firms Wednesday, Biden said the companies must take immediate action to increase the gas and diesel supply.    The President recently accused the oil companies of purposefully curbing supply to raise prices.
    “The letter is intended to solicit companies best ideas on how to increase capacity and how the government can help them do it in the spirit of honest and pragmatic dialogue,” Jean-Pierre continued.    “But we feel this is a good step for us to move forward, and hopefully we’ll come and get some solutions.”
    America’s refining capacity peaked in April of 2020 at just under 19 million barrels a day.    For the White House Press Secretary’s full response regarding questions about whether or not Biden intends to invoke the Defense Production Act, watch the full briefing below.

6/16/2022 Oil up $1.34 to $117.17, DOW down 741 to 29,927.
Wall Street tumbles on fears for economy as more rates rise
    Fear swept through financial markets Thursday, and Wall Street tumbled as worries roared back to the fore that the world’s fragile economy may buckle under higher interest rates.
    The S& P 500 fell 3.3% in a widespread wipeout to more than reverse its blip of a 1.5% rally from a day before.    The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 2.4% and was briefly down more than 900 points, while the Nasdaq composite sank 4.1%.    It was the sixth loss for the S&P 500 in its last seven tries, and all but 3% of the stocks in the index dropped.
    The S&P 500 fell 123.22 points to 3,666.77.    The Dow lost 741.46 to 29,927.07, and the Nasdaq dropped 453.06 to 10,646.10.    Thursday’s biggest losses hit the stocks of the smallest companies, a signal of pessimism about the economy’s strength.    The Russell 2000 index of smaller stocks sank 81.30, or 4.7%, to 1,649.84.

6/18/2022 Iowa Supreme court overturns state constitutional right to abortion by Doug Cunningham – UPI News
© Mike Theiler/UPI.
    June 17 (UPI) -- Iowa's Supreme Court Friday ruled there is no state constitutional right to an abortion.    The decision reverses a 2018 state Supreme Court decision that affirmed a state constitutional right to abortion.
    In Friday's decision overturning that right to abortion, Iowa Supreme Court Justice Edward Mansfield wrote, "Although we overrule (the 2018 decision), and thus reject the proposition that there is a fundamental right to an abortion in Iowa's Constitution subjecting abortion regulation to strict scrutiny, we do not at this time decide what constitutional standard should replace it."
    Republican Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds praised the state Supreme Court decision ending Iowa's state constitutional right to abortion.
    "Today's ruling is a significant victory in our fight to protect the unborn," Gov. Reynolds said in a statement. "The Iowa Supreme Court reversed its earlier 2018 decision, which made Iowa the most abortion-friendly state in the country.    Every life is sacred and should be protected, and as long as I'm governor that is exactly what I will do."
    In Friday's decision, Justice Mansfield wrote that the state Supreme Court was not blind to the pending U.S. Supreme Court opinion on Roe vs. Wade.
    "That case could alter the federal constitutional landscape established by Roe and Casey," Justice Mansfield wrote.    "While we zealously guard our ability to interpret the Iowa Constitution independently of the Supreme Court's interpretations of the Federal Constitution, the opinion (or opinions) in that case may provide insights that we are currently lacking."
    Iowa's Supreme Court Chief Justice Susan Christensen dissented from the majority ruling, writing, "I cannot join the majority's decision to overrule Planned Parenthood of the Heartland v. Reynolds (PPH II), 915 N.W.2d 206 (Iowa 2018), because I do not believe any special justification 'over and above the [majority's] belief that the precedent was wrongly decided' warrants such a swift departure from the court's 2018 decision."

6/18/2022 Diocese Says Mass. School Can't Call Itself Catholic After Refusing to Remove Pride, Black Lives Matter Flags by Abigail Adams - People
    A Bishop in Massachusetts says a boys' middle school can no longer refer to itself as Catholic after flying Pride and Black Lives Matter flags on campus.
© Provided by Maeda/The Boston Globe via Getty Robert J. McManus, Bishop of the Diocese of Worcester,
in May 2013 Bishop Robert J. McManus, of the Diocese of Worcester, has barred the
Nativity School of Worcester from using the title "Catholic" to describe itself after the
school refused to take down the flags earlier this year, according to a decree issued Thursday by McManus.
    The decision comes "after discussions over the past few months in an attempt to find alternatives to flying the Black Lives Matter and gay pride flags outside the school," the diocese said, adding that the flags "are inconsistent with Catholic teaching."
    "The flying of these flags in front of a Catholic school sends a mixed, confusing and scandalous message to the public about the Church's stance on these important moral and social issues," McManus said in Thursday's decree.
    Nativity Worcester will appeal McManus' decision, according to a statement from the school released Wednesday, the day before the decree was published.
    In the meantime, Nativity Worcester will continue to fly both flags "to give visible witness to the school's solidarity with our students, families, and their communities," they said.
    McManus did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.    Nativity Worcester referred PEOPLE back to its original statement.
    Nativity Worcester, founded in 2003, began flying the Pride and Black Lives Matter flags outside in January 2021 "following our students' (the majority of whom are people of color) call to express support for making our communities more just and inclusive," according to Wednesday's statement.
    In March 2022, McManus allegedly "told the school to remove the flags." and then threatened to bar the school "from identifying itself as a Catholic school" in late May, Nativity Worcester said.
    In an April 3 statement referenced in Thursday's decree, McManus emphasized that the two flags "embody specific agendas or ideologies (that) contradict Catholic social and moral teaching."
    "It is my contention that the 'Gay Pride' flag represents support of gay marriage and actively living a LGBTQ+ lifestyle," McManus said in Thursday's decree.    He said the same is true for Black Lives Matter, which he believes "has co-opted the phrase" and "seeks to disrupt the family structure in clear opposition to the teachings of the Catholic Church."

    "Despite my insistence that the school administration remove these flags because of the confusion and the properly theological scandal that they do and can promote, they refuse to do so," the bishop wrote.    "This leaves me no other option but to take canonical action."
    Still, the school has not taken the flags down, and does not intend to.
    "As a multicultural school, the flags represent the inclusion and respect of all people," Nativity Worcester said.    "These flags simply state that all are welcome at Nativity and this value of inclusion is rooted in Catholic teaching."
    The school also noted that Pope Francis "has praised the outreach and inclusion of LGBTQ+ people" and that the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops "supports the spirit and movement" of Black Lives Matter.
    Boston Archbishop Seán Patrick O'Malley also voiced his support for the movement in a June 2020 letter to the people of the Archdiocese of Boston, released after the death of George Floyd.
© Provided by People Riccardo De Luca/Anadolu Agency via Getty Pope Francis
    "Though any symbol or flag can be co-opted by political groups or organizations, flying our flags is not an endorsement of any organization or ideology, they fly in support of marginalized people," the school said Wednesday.
    Under McManus' decree, Nativity Worcester "is not allowed to undertake any fundraising involving diocesan institutions in the Diocese of Worcester and is not permitted to be listed or advertise in the Diocesan Directory."
    But Nativity Worcester said Wednesday that it does not receive funding from the Diocese of Worcester, and is instead funded through donations "from individuals, foundations, and corporations."    The tuition-free school is operated "fully independent of the Diocese" as well, they said.
    Despite the Diocese's decision, Nativity Worcester now believes it is "stronger than ever" thanks to "the understanding and support" of its community.
    "Please know that any decisions made by the Diocese will not change the mission, operations or impact of Nativity," the school concluded.    "With your ongoing partnership, we will continue to provide a transformational education for many years to come."

6/18/2022 Vaccine, Lockdown Critic Dr. Simone Gold Sentenced To 2 Months In Prison by OAN NEWSROOM
An American flag waves below the U.S. Capitol dome on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, June 9, 2022.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol will hold
the first in a series of hearings laying out its findings on Thursday night. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
    A prominent doctor and outspoken COVID-19 skeptic was sentenced to prison for entering the Capitol building on January 6.    Doctor Simone Gold was sentenced to two months behind bars this week, after she pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge of illegally entering the restricted building in March.
    Gold, a former emergency room physician, has since expressed regret in participating in the Capitol events, asserting she ”should not have been there.”    Gold followed a crowd into the Capitol, but claimed she didn’t witness any violence and didn’t think she was breaking any laws.
    I can certainly speak to the place that I was and it most emphatically was not a riot,” Gold said.    “Where I was, was incredibly peaceful.”
    Gold founded America’s Frontline Doctor’s, a group known for purveying COVID-19 misinformation.    The judge expressed to Gold that her anti-vaccine activism wasn’t a factor in her sentencing.    The Communications Director for America’s Frontline Doctor’s John Strand was also charged.    He pleaded not guilty and has a trial scheduled to start on July 18.
    “My reputation has been utterly shredded,” she voiced.
    More than 800 people have been charged with federal crimes related to the riot at the Capitol.    Over 300 of them have pleaded guilty mostly to misdemeanors and nearly 200 have been sentenced.
    She has also been ordered to serve 12 months under supervised release and pay a $9,500 fine.
[THE ABOVE ARTICLE IS DEFINITELY A FALSE CHARGE BY THE DEMOCRAT CONTROLLED ADMINISTRATION AND WILL BE ONE OF THE BIGGEST REASONS ANY OF THEM CONNECTED TO THE DEMOCRATS WILL BE VOTED OUT OF OFFICE IN 2022 AND 2024 UNLESS THEY CONTINUE TO TRY TO OVERTHROW THIS COUNTRIES CONSTITUTION RIGHTS TO AMERICANS AND CORRUPT THE VOTING PROCESS AGAIN.].

6/19/2022 WHO chief 'does believe Covid was leaked from a lab’ by Jasper King - Metro
    The leader of the World Health Organisation (WHO) privately believes Covid was ‘leaked from a lab’, it has been claimed.
© Provided by Metro The public stance on the origins of the
outbreak remains neutral (Picture: Reuters/Getty Images)
    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus privately confessed to a European politician the most likely cause of the outbreak was a catastrophic accident at a labatory in Wuhan, according to a government source quoted in the Mail on Sunday.
    That is despite the organisation maintaining publicly that ‘all hypotheses remain on the table’.
    In the past, the WHO has been criticised for its acceptance a lab leak was just a ‘conspiracy theory’.
    But the organisation has increasingly taken a ‘neutral’ public stance after limited evidence to suggest a ‘zoonotic’ spread – the process by which a virus leaps from an animal to a human, has been found.
    When it comes to green credentials, it unsurprising that Scandi capitals ranked high on the latest Sustainable Cities Index - Oslo (above) scooped up the top spot, with Stockholm coming in a close second.    In fact, European cities dominated the list, which ranks 100 major urban areas on how sustainability benefits its citizens.    But you might be surprised to know that five US cities made the top 20!    Read on to find out which ones made the cut (Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto)
    Western intelligence services first aired concerns about the Wuhan Institute of Virology back in April 2020, suggesting that scientists were manipulating coronaviruses from bats in caves 1,000 miles away from the centre.
    Those caves may be where Covid-19 originated.
© Provided by Metro Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made the comments to a European politcian (Picture: Reuters)
    Dr Tedros recently told member states in an update on the disease: ‘We do not yet have the answers as to where it came from or how it entered the human population.
    ‘Understanding the origins of the virus is very important scientifically to prevent future epidemics and pandemics.
    ‘But morally, we also owe it to all those who have suffered and died and their families.    The longer it takes, the harder it becomes.    We need to speed up and act with a sense of urgency.’
    He added that ‘all hypotheses must remain on the table’.
© Provided by Metro There have long been claims the virus was leaked
from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (Picture: Getty Images)

© Provided by Metro Not everyone believes the virus escaped from a lab (Picture: AFP via Getty Images)
    An original report concluded the SARS-CoV-2 virus probably passed to humans from a bat via another unidentified species.
    But the likes of the UK, US, Australia and 14 other nations criticised those findings as being heavily compromised.
    Dr Tedros went on to admit that the report was flawed and ordered the new process.
    A WHO spokesman said: ‘Dr Tedros has been consistently saying all hypotheses remain on the table as scientists pursue their work.’

[BIDEN HAS BEEN WRONG ON EVERYTHING HE HAS DONE OR SAID THIS WEEK AND WHY WOULD YOU BELIEVE WHAT THE NEXT ARTICLE CLAIMS WHICH IS JUST A MONEY MAKER FOR FAUCI AND HIS HENCHMEN AT THE CDC/ETC. AND THEY MUST BE DESPERATE TO USE JOE TO PROMOTE IT.].
6/19/2022 Biden Praises Vaccine Approval For Children by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE – In this Sept. 14, 2021, file photo, a health worker administers a dose of a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
during a vaccination clinic in Reading, Pa. U.S. health advisers have recommended COVID-19 vaccines
for infants, toddlers and preschoolers — the last group without the shots. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
    President Joe Biden praised the CDC’s decision to authorize Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for younger children.    In a statement Saturday, Biden called the move a “monumental step.”
    “For parents all over the country, this is a day of relief and celebrationz,” he said.
    This comes after the FDA authorized the vaccines for children as young as six-months-old.    Children will receive a two-dose regimen for the Moderna vaccine and will be given three doses under the Pfizer vaccine.    Biden said parents will be able to schedule vaccine appointments starting this week.
    “As the first country to protect our youngest children with COVID-19 vaccines, my administration has been planning and preparing for this moment for months,” the president voiced.    “Effectively securing doses and offering safe and highly effective mRNA vaccines for all children as young as six-months- old.”
    Meanwhile, former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb predicted a slow coronavirus vaccine rollout for kids.    During an interview on CBS Face the Nation Sunday, Gottlieb said only 30 percent of kids ages five to 11 have received two doses of the vaccine.
    ”I think it’s gonna be more of a slow roll out, relevant to what we’ve seen in past rollouts with other age groups,” Gottlieb stated.    “There are going to be pharmacy’s that are giving vaccines.    CVS is going to move it into their pharmacy’s, but their only moving it into the pharmacy’s with advanced care providers.”
    Gottlieb believes the vaccine doesn’t ensure complete safety from the sickness, but will increase the baseline immunity against infection.    A recent Keiser Family Foundation survey found just 18 percent of parents were eager to get their kids vaccinated.    The current Pfizer board member predicts those numbers may be even lower.

6/21/2022 Australian Prime Minister Refuses To Demand US Drop Prosecution Of WikiLeaks Founder Assange by OAN NEWSROOM
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese gestures during a press conference in Sydney, Australia,
Friday, June 10, 2022. Prime Minister Albanese on Monday rejected calls for him to publicly demand the United States
drop its prosecution of WikiLeaks founder and Australian citizen Julian Assange. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
    Australian Prime Minister Michael Albanese declined to call on the US to cease it’s prosecution of WikiLeaks founder and Australian citizen Julian Assange.    While speaking to reporters on Monday, the prime minister appeared to rule out intervening in Assange’s case amid the British government’s approval of his extradition to the US.
    Albanese told reporters he intends to lead a government that engages diplomatically and appropriately with other nations, but refused to say if he’s reached out to President Joe Biden about the matter.    The prime minister’s remarks come as former Foreign Minister Bobb Carr continues to urge the government to demand Assange’s release.
    “If the Australian public see an Australian being persecuted in this fashion, if they see footage of Assange in chains being taken out on the tarmac of an airport in the U.K. to be put on a CIA aircraft and taken to the U.S. for trial and a long trial, a drawn-out trial and one that’s going to be allegedly stacked against him, and then imprisonment in a very harsh U.S. federal penitentiary, there will be a big public reaction in Australia,” Carr asserted.
    Assange plans to appeal the British government’s extradition decision.    The detained journalist’s wife highlighted the serious implications for those working in media. She pointed to human rights and stated, “We are not at the end of the road, we will fight until justice is served.”

[WELL RATHER THAN THE DEMOCRATS TO FORCE BIDEN TO PUMP MORE OIL IN THE U.S.A. TO BRING THE PRICE BACK DOWN TO $2.40 A GALLON BEFORE HIS ONSLAUGHT ON AMERICA AS THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE SHOWS THEY WOULD RATHER ONLY MAKE GAS MORE POLLUTING FOR A MEASLY 20-30 CENTS SAVED INSTEAD OF SAVING $2.60 A GALLON AND AS YOU CAN SEE OUR KY GOV IS AS DUMB AS I THOUGHT HE WAS.].
6/22/2022 Beshear’s plan to cut gasoline prices denied by Eleanor McCrary, Louisville Courier Journal USA TODAY NETWORK
    Gov. Andy Beshear’s request to the U.S. Environmental Protection agency to temporarily trade more pollution for lower gas prices has been denied.
    Since the 1990s, EPA has required areas with high levels of smog to sell reformulated gasoline, known as RFG.    This gasoline burns more cleanly and reduces toxic pollutants in the air.
    EPA says RFG is responsible for 75 million people breathing cleaner air.
    It also costs 20 to 30 cents more per gallon than other kinds of gasoline, Beshear said earlier.
    With gas prices in Louisville close to $5 a gallon, some have had to choose between food or fueling their cars for the week.
    “I get why (RFG requirements) are in place,” Beshear said.    “But our families are suffering in paying for gas.”
    Locally, the RFG mandate is in place for Jefferson County and parts of Bullitt and Oldham counties.
    John Mura, the spokesperson for the Kentucky Energy and Environmental Cabinet, said while the EPA has denied the request, it is continuing to monitor the situation.
    “While we’ve been told ‘no,’ we’ve been told ‘no’ for now.    We’re going to keep pushing in different ways,” Beshear said Tuesday.
    He has also encouraged the federal government to suspend the federal gas tax and said it would “provide a much greater level of assistance all over the country.”
    “My hope is if they do that, everybody, no matter what letter is behind their name or how they feel or how they describe themselves, would support that step,” Beshear said.
    Beshear has also issued an emergency regulation to prevent a 2-cents-per-gallon increase to the state’s gas tax, which was set to automatically go into effect July 1.
    The same morning Beshear said he was requesting the EPA lift the order — June 9 — a group of local Republican lawmakers held a press conference at a BP station near the state fairgrounds, calling on Beshear to make the request.
    “If you have a family of four and you’re going to load up your SUV today, you’re paying 32 cents more per gallon than you need to be,” Rep. Jason Nemes, R-Louisville, said at the time.    “We’re trying to get that changed for the hardworking taxpayers of Jefferson, Oldham and Bullitt counties, and you can feel that within a week.”
    Staff writer Billy Kobin contributed to this report.     Reach news intern Eleanor McCrary at EMcCrary@gannett.com.

6/22/2022 GOP: Schiff Lied About Russia ‘Collusion’ & Ukraine Impeachment by OAN NEWSROOM
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., a member of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol,
speaks with members of the press after a hearing at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, June 21, 2022. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
    Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee slammed Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) after the latest evidence of his lying to other members of Congress was revealed.    On Tuesday, the GOP House Judiciary said Schiff lied about “evidence” of debunked Russian collusion and he lied during Trump-Ukraine impeachment.
    The Republican lawmakers added, the January 6 Committee still presents Schiff as “credible,” despite his record of lying for partisan purposes.    Their remarks came after Politico reported Schiff misinterpreted text messages by Lev Parnas, who House Democrats accused of trying to “dig up dirt” on the Biden’s in Ukraine on behalf of Donald Trump.
Parnas mentioned “Mr. Z” who Schiff claimed was Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky during impeachment hearings, while in reality Mr. Z” was Hunter Biden’s business partner Nikolai Zlochevsky.    Who is Zlochevsky?    He’s the founder and president of gas company Burisma.
    The House Judiciary Committee GOP members also released a video exposing Schiff’s lies
.
    Meanwhile, the Democrats claimed Parnas wanted to pressure Ukraine government to hurt the Biden family, but in reality, he was in communication with Hunter Biden’s business partner.

6/23/2022 6 Major Cities Note Violent Crime Increases From Record 2021 Levels by OAN NEWSROOM
Police officers stand guard Wednesday, June 15, 2022, near a crime scene where two police officers were shot and killed
Tuesday at a motel in El Monte, Calif. The two police officers were killed in a shootout while investigating a possible
stabbing in the suburban Los Angeles motel, and the suspect died at the scene, authorities said. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
    Six major US cities are set to surpass the record violent crime rates they set in 2021.    According to crime data, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta and New York City are all on pace to supersede their levels of violent crime last year.
    The Big Apple has seen a near 26 percent jump in violent crime compared to the same time last year, while Washington D.C. has experienced an 8 percent hike.    Meanwhile, Philadelphia and Baltimore have recorded increases of seven and 6.1 percent respectively.
    “People are robbing, people are killing people,” said Janice Johnson Dias, a sociology professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.    “People are doing a lot of things; I don’t feel safe as we used to.”    Janice Johnson Dias, a sociology professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
    Homicides are reportedly driving violent crime rates up nationwide, increasing 30 percent from 2019 to 2020 and an additional 5 percent from 2020 to 2021 with rates expected to increase again this year.    Experts say anti-police sentiment, an emergence from pandemic restrictions and a lack of judicial enforcement are to blame amid waning confidence in government’s ability to protect it’s citizens.
    In California, residents of some cities have pushed to recall liberal district attorneys.    San Francisco voters recalled District Attorney Chesa Boudin earlier this month, partly due to his policies which eased prosecution and pushed for reduced incarcerations.    In Los Angeles County, opponents of District Attorney George Gascon are currently collecting signatures to trigger a recall election against the progressive.
    “I think as goes California, so goes the nation,” stated Jonathan Hatami, Deputy District Attorney of Los Angeles County.    “And so what we’re looking at really is that we’ve given Chesa Boudin the boot in San Francisco, we are going to give George Gascon the boot in Los Angeles.    And I do believe that will be the beginning of the end of the reign of rogue and radical prosecutors throughout the nation.”
    Earlier this month, the Recall DA George Gascon campaign announced they passed the official threshold of signatures needed to initiate a recall and revealed they collected nearly 567,000 signatures.
    Democrats have consistently sought to distance their policies and past calls to defund the police from rising crime, but at least some voters in Democrat-led areas appear to be now making the correlation as crime continues to surge.
[ANOTHER GEORGE SOROS CREATION IS UNDER ATTACK by ANGRY CALIFORNIANS EVEN THOUGH MANY HAVE LEFT CALIFORNIA WILL IT HAPPEN TO MORE OF THEM?]

[I AM GLAD THAT THE SUPREME COURT FINALLY EXPLAINED TO THE DEMOCRATS WHAT THE 2ND AND 14TH AMENDMENTS STATE AND IT IS NOT ALLOWED FOR THEM TO REVISE IT TO FIT THEIR UNLAWFUL BELIEFS.].
6/23/2022 Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Law on Concealed Weapons by Jess Bravin – The Wall Street Journal
    The Supreme Court struck down New York state’s system for issuing concealed weapons permits, ruling that the century-old law requiring that applicants demonstrate “proper cause” and “good moral character” violates the Second Amendment.
© CALLAGHAN O'HARE/REUTERS Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Law on Concealed Weapons
    The 6-3 decision, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen, marks the widest expansion of gun rights since 2010, when the court applied nationwide a 2008 ruling establishing an individual right of armed self-defense within the home.    It puts in question similar laws in at least eight other states and the District of Columbia, where authorities hold substantial discretion over issuing concealed-weapons permits.
    While Republican-leaning states have been loosening gun regulations over the past decade, California, Hawaii and more urban states in the Northeast have maintained their traditional limits on concealed weapons.
    Elected officials in New York said they were worried about the implications of the court ruling against the permitting system. New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a former police captain, said it would make policing more difficult if more people were allowed to carry guns.    “This is not the wild, wild West,” he said earlier this month.
    As a matter of legal interpretation, the Bruen opinion reflects the triumph of originalism—the method championed by conservatives that applies the Constitution according to the court’s determination of the text’s “original public meaning” at the time it was adopted.    Both majority conservatives and liberal dissenters argued that history supported their positions.
    The Supreme Court made its first significant opinion regarding the Second Amendment in decades with its 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller.    That opinion, striking down Washington’s municipal handgun ban, recognized an individual right to armed self-defense within the home.    Two years later, invalidating a similar ordinance in Chicago, the court extended that right nationwide.    Both 5-4 decisions, adopted over liberal dissent, discarded earlier views that the Second Amendment referenced a collective right to militia service that states retained upon establishing the Union.
    The move toward broader gun rights then paused, with the court passing up opportunities to elaborate on the extent to which the Constitution protects weapons possession.
    Liberal justices never accepted the new construction that elevated individual decisions about self-defense over public-safety regulations adopted by state and local lawmakers.    Conservatives at the court’s center, including Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy, remained silent as their colleagues further to the right, Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito among them, argued that the new Second Amendment right was left to atrophy.
    Lower courts, over the intervening decade, upheld most state and local weapons laws against Second Amendment challenges, often noting the Heller decision’s allowance for reasonable regulation of firearms.
    The landscape changed when President Donald Trump—who pledged to appoint Supreme Court justices from a list cleared by leaders of conservative organizations such as the Federalist Society—had the rare opportunity of a one-term president to fill three vacancies.    Two of his nominees, Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett, stood significantly to the right of their predecessors, Anthony Kennedy and the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.    Among conservatives activists pressing for change on constitutional issues, expanding access to weapons has long stood second only to rescinding abortion rights as an objective.
    Democrats who control New York’s state government enacted a series of laws this month to strengthen the state’s gun controls.    The new laws increase the minimum age to purchase a semiautomatic rifle to 21 from 18 and ban the sale of bullet-resistant vests.
    Write to Jess Bravin at jess.bravin+1@wsj.com
[AND EVEN AFTER THIS RULING THE DEMOCRATS WILL CONTINUE WITH THEIR BONEHEAD THREATS AND ATTACK ANYONE WHO DOES NOT COMPLY TO THEIR OPINION SO THE ONLY WAY TO STOP THEM IS VOTE THEM OUT OF AS MANY OF THE CONGRESS AND SENATE AND GET A PRESIDENT WHO STANDS BY OUR CONSTITUTION AS IT WAS MEANT TO BE USED.]

[I AGREE JOE MADE AN ASS OUT OF HIMSELF WHEN HE WENT BEGGING FOR OIL IN SAUDI ARABIA AND THE CAMEL MADE SURE OF THAT.]
6/24/2022 Reality bites Biden by Jonathan Schanzer – Washington Examiner
    For a president who sought to walk away from the Middle East, focus American foreign policy toward its traditional alliances, and end America’s oil dependency, Joe Biden’s policy of treating the Saudis like a “pariah” never made much sense.    His forthcoming visit to the desert kingdom is an acknowledgment of that.
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    The public has simply had it with the Middle East after watching successive governments fail to transform the region over two decades through hot wars, drone wars, and wars for hearts and minds.    College students are too young to remember 9/11.    Older Americans remember but now resent the blood and treasure squandered for little to no gain.    The war on terrorism is over (or perhaps it’s on hold until the next major attack).    For better or worse, gone are the days of exporting traditional American values abroad.    Americans are more interested in yelling at each other about vaccines, masks, and other facets of the culture war.
    Along with redeployments, pivoting from the Middle East meant that America was giving up on trying to engineer regime changes.    Yet this was exactly what Biden seemed to want.    After the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 at the hands of a Saudi hit squad in Turkey, the president and his party wanted to punish Riyadh.    Saudi human rights abuses at home, including the imprisonment of regime detractors, further angered Democrats (and Republicans in smaller numbers).    A poorly prosecuted war in Yemen that killed far too many civilians only made things worse.    The primary target was the crown prince, Mohammed Bin Salman, known more commonly as MBS — the country’s de facto ruler and the king’s designated successor whose ascent, some Democrats reasoned, could theoretically still be derailed before it becomes de jure.
    Ironically, even as the crown prince fought off these heavyweight detractors, he pushed his backward country into the 21st century.    The dreaded mutawa (religious police) are now nowhere to be seen.    Radical clerics are losing influence.    Women are driving and can travel without permission from male custodians.    In other words, some of the reforms that America tried to encourage over the past two decades are now occurring without intense engagement from Washington, and at a time when Saudi-U.S. relations have been the most strained.
    The crown prince, like a cornered boxer, played “rope-a-dope” while his American detractors exhausted themselves.    There was no knockout blow.    The fight ended when it was overtaken by other events.    Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in February thrust the world into an energy crisis.    America, in an effort to calibrate its sanctions against the Kremlin while keeping energy flowing, now needs alignment with the government that sits atop the world’s largest proven oil reserves.    Saudi Arabia can also sway the oil cartel OPEC to increase production.
    Of course, America can produce its own fossil fuels.    A few short years ago, this country was virtually energy independent.    For purported environmental reasons, however, this president eschews domestic energy production.    So long as that is true, Biden needs to rely on the foreign policy formula that has guided the U.S.-Saudi relationship for the better part of a century: a reliable supply of Saudi oil in exchange for American security and diplomatic backing.
    In other words, after two years of unforced errors, the president has submitted to the superiority of the status quo. His forthcoming visit to Saudi Arabia next month is an acknowledgment of that fact.
    But Biden’s visit has an interesting wrinkle.    He’ll be flying to Saudi Arabia directly from Israel.    The itinerary of his trip alone suggests extraordinary diplomatic opportunities, a chance to not merely embrace the success of Sunni-Israel cooperation but build on it.
    The Saudis and Israelis have quietly grown closer over the last decade, due in large part to the mutual disdain for American-led nuclear diplomacy with their shared enemy, the Islamic Republic of Iran.    This disdain was a basis for the normalization agreements of 2020 brokered by the Trump administration between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan.
    Saudi Arabia was rumored to be next in line if Trump won a second term.    Remarkably, however, when Biden took office, he disavowed the momentum of his predecessor, despite the significant diplomatic achievements that suddenly appeared possible.    Partisan politics was clearly at play.    The State Department spokesman for a time would not even utter the words “Abraham Accords.”
    But there was more to Biden’s ambivalence.    He understood that America’s dangerous diplomacy with the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism contributed significantly to the budding Saudi-Israeli alliance.    He was vice president when the wrong-headed nuclear bargaining with Iran began under Barack Obama, and he continues to support a policy of enriching the clerical regime in exchange for fleeting nuclear concessions.    This further strained ties with Riyadh, and to a lesser extent Israel.
    Recently, however, the landscape has started to shift.    The obstinance of Tehran has ground the recent nuclear talks to a halt.    The U.S. team, despite embarrassing attempts to appease the regime, has seemingly run out of concessions, while the Iranian team refuses to budge.    The White House is slowly adjusting to a new realization, namely that the regime in Iran may not want to join the community of responsible nations, as Obama and Biden naively believed.
    Meanwhile, the Saudis and Israelis recently engaged in a diplomatic agreement that signaled mutual recognition.    Egypt sought to hand control of two Red Sea islands — Tiran and Sanafir — to Saudi Arabia.    However, the islands were subject to the 1979 peace agreement between Egypt and Israel.    In order for Egypt to complete the transfer, Israel was required to bless the deal.    It did.
    Suddenly, Biden was poised to take Saudi-Israeli normalization to the next level.    He simply needed to embrace the policy of normalization that his predecessor had harnessed.
    With the announcement of his Middle East trip next month, Biden made his pivot.    But now, new complications loom.    The Israeli political system is convulsing in the wake of a collapsed governing coalition.    Elections are slated for October.
    It’s unclear whether Biden will seek to advance normalization with a caretaker government.    On the one hand, any steps in this direction will unquestionably be respected and implemented by future Israeli governments.    On the other hand, major diplomatic initiatives like this are rarely taken with caretaker governments, owing to America’s stated policy of staying out of others’ electoral politics.    A U.S.-brokered agreement would likely provide a boost to the tandem leadership of Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid as they fend off a challenge from former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
    Whether Biden waits until the autumn or forges ahead now for a rare foreign policy win remains to be seen.    Ironically, it may all hinge on decisions made by the royal court in Riyadh.    Regardless of the outcome, the president’s forthcoming Middle East visit is a course correction that was long overdue.
    Jonathan Schanzer, a former terrorism finance analyst for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, is senior vice president for research at Foundation for Defense of Democracies.    Follow him on Twitter @JSchanzer.

6/24/2022 Justice Thomas: Reconsider ‘All’ Substantive Due Process Cases by OAN NEWSROOM
FILE – In this Feb. 15, 2018, file photo, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas sits as he is introduced
during an event at the Library of Congress in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)
    Justice Clarence Thomas said Dobbs could set precedent to overturn several landmark cases.    In his concurring opinion issued on Friday, Thomas said all cases dealing with substantive due process precedents should be reconsidered.
    “In future cases, we should reconsider all of this Court’s substantive due process precedents, including Griswold, Lawrence, and Obergefell,” voiced Thomas.    “Any substantive due process decision is demonstrably erroneous.    We have a duty to correct the error established in those precedents.”
    Thomas mentioned that the three cases are all landmark decisions that established certain constitutional rights.    In Griswold v. Connecticut, the court ruled in 1965 that married couples have a right to access contraceptive.    In 2003, the court said in Lawrence v. Texas that states could not outlaw consensual gay sex.    The Court’s 2015 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges established a constitutional right to same-sex marriage.
    He noted cases favoring contraception, same sex marriage and “homosexual conduct” could be overturned.    This comes after the Supreme Court handed down an opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, arguing the right to an abortion is not a form of liberty under the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
    “I join the opinion of the Court because it correctly holds that there is no constitutional right to abortion,” he said.    “Respondents invoke one source for that right.    The Fourteenth Amendment guarantees that no State shall deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.    The Court well explains why under our substantive due process precedents the purported right to abortion is not a form of liberty protected by the Due Process Clause.    Such a right is neither deeply rooted in this Nation’s history and tradition nor implicit in the concept of ordered liberty.”
    Thomas claimed that it is the duty of the Court to correct these errors.
-[IT IS AMUSING TO SEE WHAT GOES AROUUND AS JUSTICE THOMAS IS NOT GIVING BIDEN HELL ON EARTH INTENTIONALY BUT IT SHOWS WHAT GOES AROUND AS JOE DID TO HIM MANY YEARS AGO.].

6/25/2022 NOT JUST AN OVER TURN MAY BE THE FUTURE TURN AROUND.

[BIDEN GOT TO QUICKLY TO PASS THIS BILL MAYBE IN FEAR THE SUPREME COURT MIGHT CHANGE IT SOON AS THEY ARE ABOVE HIM LOOKING DOWN ON HIM.].
6/25/2022 Biden Signs Bipartisan Gun Control Bill Into Law by OAN NEWSROOM
President Joe Biden signs into law S. 2938, the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act gun safety bill, in the
Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Saturday, June 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
    President Joe Biden signed the most sweeping gun control bill in decades.    On Saturday, Biden said while the bill doesn’t have everything he wanted, it includes actions he’s long called for that are going to save lives.
    “Lives will be saved,” the President said.    “Their message to us was to do something. Well today, we did.”
    The house passed a compromise made by a group of bipartisan Senators on Friday, which included enhanced background checks for buyers under 21 and provides federal funding for states to implement “Red Flag” laws.    Biden signed the measure two days after the Supreme Court’s ruling struck down a New York law that restricted people’s ability to carry concealed weapons.
    “From Columbine to Sandy Hook to Charleston, Orlando, Las Vegas, Parkland, El Paso, Atlanta, Buffalo, Uvalde,” Biden voiced.    “For the shootings that happen every day in the streets that are mass shootings we don’t even hear about.”
    It also gets rid of the so called “boyfriend loophole,” prohibiting those convicted of domestic abuse from owing a firearm.    Most of the $13 billion cost will help bolster mental health programs and aid schools, which have been targeted in Newtown, Connecticut, Parkland, Florida and elsewhere in mass shootings.
    “I know there’s much more work to do,” he stated.    “I’m never going to give up, but this is a monumental day.”
    The new law does not include tougher restrictions long championed by Democrats, such as a ban on assault style weapons and background checks for all gun transactions.    However, it is the most impactful firearms violence measure produced by Congress since enactment of a long-expired assault weapons ban in 1993.
    Biden went on to say he will host an event for lawmakers and families affected by gun violence on July 11.

[WE DO NOT NEED ANY CANADIAN DICTATOR TELLING US HOW TO DO ANYTHING OR ANY FEDERALIST JOE BIDEN'S ADMINISTRATION TELLING US HOW TO RUN OUR STATES WHICH IS WHY OUR CONSTITUTION WAS WRITTEN TO PROTECT US FROM FEDERALISM AND WE CONTROL OUR REPUBLIC-CONTROLLED STATES AND NOT TO BE INTERFERED BY DEMOCRACY SOCIALIST GLOBALIST ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT CONCEPTS SO TRUDEAU GO SIT ON YOUR THUMB BECAUSE THAT IS THE ONLY THRILL YOU WILL GET FROM US AND I BET THERE ARE A LOT OF CANADIANS WHO WOULD SHOVE A TELEPHONE POLE THERE RATHER THAN YOUR THUMB.]
6/26/2022 Trudeau: US abortion ruling could mean loss of other rights by Rob Gillies, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Trudeau
    TORONTO – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warned Saturday that the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn a constitutional right to abortion could lead to the loss of other rights and indicated his country would continue to allow Americans to get abortions in Canada.
    Trudeau called the court’s decision “horrific” and voiced concern that the ruling could someday allow a rollback of legal protections for gay relationships, including the right for same-sex couples to marry.
    “We know that this is an extremely, not just scary, but disheartening time for so many women,” Trudeau said at a news conference in Kigali, Rwanda, at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
    “Women for generations have fought for more rights in the United States, (only) to see this setback, to worry as well about how this can be expanded to more rights be taken away in the United States,” he said.
    “This is a reminder of how we need to be unequivocal in our defense of people’s rights, in not taking anything for granted, in staying vigilant, and always standing up for woman’s rights, for LBGT rights, for the rights of people who are disenfranchised and marginalized,” he added.    Asked if his government would help American women seeking abortions in Canada, Trudeau did not directly respond, but said: “Everyday Americans who find themselves in Canada access our health care system in Canada and that’s certainly something that will continue.”
    However the cost, the need to travel and to have a passport make that prohibitive for some Americans.
    The ruling is likely to lead to abortion bans in roughly half of American states.
    Thirteen states, mainly in the South and Midwest, already had laws to ban abortion in the event Roe was overturned.    Another half-dozen states have near-total bans or prohibitions after six weeks, before many women know they are pregnant.
    Trudeau vowed to continue to stand up for woman’s rights in the U.S. and elsewhere.
    “We have a commitment in Canada to ensure, first of all, that every women has full, safe legal access to the full suite of sexual health and reproductive services, including safe and legal abortions and we’ve been working hard to increase access to women across the country,” Trudeau said.

6/27/2022 Report: Biden Spoke With Hunter About Chinese Dealings by OAN NEWSROOM
Joe Biden, left, with his son Hunter Biden, right, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)
    A new report revealed Joe Biden did, in fact, discuss with his son Hunter his business dealings in China, despite him denying doing so in the past.    A voicemail from Joe Biden found in Hunter Biden’s inbox and released by the Daily Mail uncovered that the President wanted to talk to his son about a report on his Chinese business.
    The voicemail dates back to the year 2018 and Joe Biden notably commented, “I think you’re clear.”    That article raised questions about Hunter Biden profiting from selling political influence in the US.
    The article in question detailed Hunter Biden’s dealings with Chinese financial giant CEFC and it mentioned how his main business partner, Ye Jian-ming, was arrested and later convicted for bribery.

[AS YOU CAN SEE JOE BIDEN IS ABOUT TO BREAK HIS RUN ON POLICIES BUT WHAT WOUD EXPECT A LIAR TO DO SO DO NOT BE FOOED BY THIS WIMPY EXCUSE FOR A CHANGES HE KNOWS HE IS IN TOUBLE.].
6/30/2022 Biden administration holding its first onshore oil sales by Matthew Brown, ASSOCIATED PRESS
President Joe Biden has been facing calls from within his own party to do
more to curb fossil fuel emissions that are heating the planet. EVAN VUCCI/AP FILE
    BILLINGS, Mont. – The U.S. government this week is holding its first onshore oil and natural gas drilling lease auctions since President Joe Biden took office after a federal court blocked the administration’s attempt to suspend such sales because of climate change worries.
    The online auctions started Wednesday and conclude Thursday.    About 200 square miles of federal lands were offered for lease in eight western states. Most of the parcels are in Wyoming.
    The sales come as federal officials try to balance efforts to fight climate change against pressure to bring down high gas prices.
    Republicans want Biden to expand U.S. crude production. He faces calls from within his own party to do more to curb fossil fuel emissions that are heating the planet.
    Oil production increased in the U.S. in recent months, but it’s still well below pre-pandemic levels.    Companies have been hesitant to expand too quickly because of uncertainty over how long high prices will continue.
    A coalition of 10 environmental groups said in a lawsuit filed before the sales even began that they were illegal because officials acknowledged the climate change impacts but proceeded anyway.
    An immediate ruling was not expected. Interior Department spokesperson Melissa Schwartz said the agency did not have comment on the litigation.
    Beginning with this week’s sales the royalty rate for oil produced from new federal leases is increasing to 18.75% from 12.5%.    That’s a 50% jump and marks the first increase since the 1920s.
    Parcels also are being offered in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota and Oklahoma.
    Hundreds of parcels of public land that companies nominated for leasing had been previously dropped by the administration because of concerns over wildlife being harmed by drilling rigs.    More parcels covering about 19 square miles were dropped at the last minute in Wyoming because of potential impacts on wilderness, officials said.
    But attorney Melissa Hornbein with the Western Environmental Law Center said the reductions in the size of the sales were not enough.
    “They are hoping that by choosing to hold sales on a smaller amount of acreage they are threading the needle.    But from our perspective, the climate science is the one thing that doesn’t lie,” Hornbein said.
    Oil industry representative Kathleen Sgamma said the environmentalists’ lawsuit ignores the fact that lease sales from U.S. lands are required under federal law.
    “Public lands are managed in a balanced manner. Balance is a word these groups don’t understand,” said Sgamma, president of the Denver-based Western Energy Alliance, which represents oil and gas companies.
    Fossil fuels extracted from public lands account for about 20% of energyrelated U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, making them a prime target for activists who want to shut down leasing.
    Biden suspended new leasing in January 2021.    A federal judge in Louisiana ordered the sales to resume, saying Interior officials had offered no “rational explanation” for canceling them and only Congress could do so.

6/30/2022 Loudoun County Public Schools hit with lawsuit for 'moral corruption of children,' parental 'violations' by Cortney O'Brien – FOX News
    EXCLUSIVE - The conservative America First Legal (AFL), through its Center for Legal Equality, has filed a lawsuit against Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) "for the district’s systemic and egregious moral corruption of children and its deliberate, and almost gleeful, violations of parental rights to control the upbringing of their children."
LCPS protects rapists because it's that's exactly what this school Parents urge Loudoun County school board members to resign
    "Parents across the country should be shocked and horrified to see a once-respected school system systematically destroyed, all because LCPS believes that it has more of a right than parents to tell a captive audience of students what they MUST believe," America First Legal said in a press release Tuesday.    "Fortunately, as we have seen, there are no parents with more courage, more fight, and more rock-solid dedication to their children than in Loudoun County, Virginia."
    Some of the policies targeted in the America First Legal lawsuit, which the group noted was "on behalf of eleven courageous parents," include Policy 8040 and Regulation 8040, which, the group said, "compels student speech, forces young children to use bathrooms and locker rooms with members of the opposite sex, and keeps parents in the dark when their children lead a double life as a different gender during school hours."
LOUDOUN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT APOLOGIZES, BOARD MEMBER RESIGNS AS BACKLASH GROWS OVER ALLEGED SEXUAL ASSAULTS
© REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein Parents and community members attend a Loudoun County
School Board meeting, just 40 minutes from Fairfax. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
    The lawsuit also hits LCPS for "Filling classroom libraries with books that encourage children to question their gender as early as Kindergarten; Forcing students to publicly provide their ‘pronouns’ in front of class; Making it virtually impossible for parents to remove the pornographic books available to children in LCPS libraries; Refusing student’s requests to go to the water fountain and bathroom as a form of retaliation for not wearing a mask, Hiding information from parents by charging exorbitant fees or claiming legally deficient exemptions to Freedom of Information Act requests" and more.     "I think that Loudoun County Public School has really been the poster child across the country for… epic mismanagement and violation of parental rights and commitment to… really what has become almost a state sponsored religion of wokeism," America First Legal Senior Advisor Ian Prior told Fox News Digital.
    The plaintiffs listed several demands from the school district.
    "A declaration from the court that Policy and Regulation 8040, and other policies and practices violate plaintiff parents’ constitutional rights; an injunction against LCPS to prevent it from continuing to do so; the appointment of a special master to monitor LCPS and report to the court on its compliance with its legal obligations; an order directing LCPS to pay for plaintiffs’ children’s education in a private school until LCPS ceases its unlawful activities," AFL wrote.
LOUDOUN COUNTY FATHER ARRESTED AT SCHOOL BOARD EVENT SAYS SCHOOL TRIED TO COVER UP DAUGHTER'S BATHROOM ASSAULT
    The Loudoun County School Board did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
    Loudoun County has been the scene of parental unrest on several accounts in the past couple of years, including how the school district handled a pair of sexual assault allegations.
    Reports revealed that in October of last year school officials transferred a Loudoun County teenager from one high school in the district to another following an accusation of sexual assault against a female student.    He was then accused of assaulting another girl at the second school.    A judge found the teenager guilty, sentenced him to supervised probation in a residential treatment facility and ordered him to register as a sex offender.
    "One of the key functions of the school division, in addition to providing a quality education, is to keep students safe," Prior said.    "And what you're seeing over the past several years in Loudoun County Public Schools is that they are far more focused on these woke ideologies and forcing students to believe something that they don't want to believe than actually keeping students safe."
YOUNGKIN PUTS ALL LOUDOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS IN HOT SEAT IN MID-TERMS
    The controversy, in addition to parents' concerns over critical race theory, sexualized classroom lessons, COVID-19 masking measures and more were among the reasons Virginia parents confronted their local school boards and voted for Republican Glenn Youngkin in the November 2021 gubernatorial election.    On Youngkin’s first day in office, he authorized Virginia’s attorney general to investigate possible wrongdoing by Loudoun County School Board members regarding the sexual assaults.
    "America First Legal, as part of our Center for Legal Equality, has uncovered a scandal in Loudoun County VA Public Schools that will chill parents to the marrow of their bones," America First Legal President Stephen Miller said in a statement Tuesday to accompany the lawsuit.    "The extreme social gender experiments being forced onto small children are nothing short of government-directed child abuse and child sexual exploitation. The earth-shaking accusations contained within this lawsuit include forcing little children — against their will — to share bathrooms with the opposite sex, to undress against their will in front of the opposite sex, to secretly transition children without parental notification (thus placing them on the road to irreversible chemical sterilization), to introduce and make available sexually explicit materials for minor children, and to try to force the silence of parents by attaching outrageous and exorbitant financial demands to requests for basic information."
© REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein Opponents of an academic doctrine known as Critical Race Theory
attend a packed Loudoun County School board meeting until the meeting erupted into chaos and
two people were detained, in Ashburn, Virginia, U.S. June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
    "It only makes sense that those parents would do everything in their power to return the school system to the kind of division that it used to be, which was focused on math and science writing and reading and history, and not focused on forcing beliefs on children contrary to what the parents are trying to do, which is their constitutional right," Prior added of the plaintiff parents.

[AS YOU CAN SEE THAT THE US HAS 3 CONTROLS TO PROTECT US FROM TYRANNY: SCOTUS, POTUS AND LOTUS AND AS YOU CAN SEE IN THE ARTICLE BELOW OUR SO-CALLED PRESIDENT BIDEN IS PROMOTING THE OVERTHROW OF ONE OF THE LAWS OF ONE OF THE CONTROLS SCOTUS THE SUPREME COURT WHICH POTUS AND LOTUS DOES NOT HAVE THAT POWER TO DO THAT AND IF THEY CONTINUE SCOTUS MAY CONTINUE MAKE LAWS TO DEFEND ITSELF FROM THEIR TYRANNY EVENTHOUGH IT IS ALREADY STATED IN OUR CONSTITUTION AND THE DEMOCRATS ARE ANGRY BECAUSE SOMETHING DID NOT GO THEIR ANTI-CHRISTIAN VALUES THAT THEY PUSH ONTO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.].
6/30/2022 Biden backs change to filibuster rules to codify abortion and privacy rights into law by Francesca Chambers, Michael Collins and Joey Garrison, USA TODAY
    MADRID – President Joe Biden said Thursday he would support changing filibuster rules in the Senate to make it easier to codify the right to abortion and the right to privacy into federal law following last week's Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade.
Biden urges Congress to codify abortion rights even if Senate has to suspend filibuster
© BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, AFP via Getty Images President Joe Biden talks to reporters
during a news conference at the close of the NATO summit in Madrid.
    Biden called the ruling "outrageous" and "destabilizing" and said Congress must overturn it by writing Roe v. Wade into law.
    "And if the filibuster gets in the way, it's like voting rights – we should provide an exception for this," he said during a news conference in Madrid, where he is wrapping up a six-day trip to Europe.
    Because of the filibuster, 60 votes are needed in the Senate needed to pass most legislation.
    Changing the filibuster would give senators the simple majority to write the Roe v. Wade decision that had established a constitutional right to abortion in 1973 before being overturned this month.
    But getting rid of the filibuster is up to the Senate.
    And right now, there aren't enough votes to make that happen.    A bill that would enshrine Roe v. Wade into law failed by a 49-51 vote last May.
    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., called Biden's remarks about the Supreme Court ruling "inappropriate."
    Attacking a core American institution like the Supreme Court from the world stage is below the dignity of the president," McConnell said in a statement.    "Beyond that, President Biden’s attacks on the court are unmerited and dangerous.    He’s upset that the court said the people, through their elected representatives, will have a say on abortion policy."
    He added: "That does not destabilize democracy – it affirms it.    By contrast, it is behavior like the president’s that undermines equal justice and the rule of law."
'This is not over': Harris warns Supreme Court may target gay marriage, contraception next
Progressives says a filibuster carve-out isn't enough
    Biden's call for a filibuster carve-out for abortion rights could give Democrats a midterm message for November as they seek to maintain power in Congress.    If Democrats can win two Senate seats held by Republicans, it would give them the 51 votes needed to rewrite the Senate's rules and codify Roe.
    Lara Brown, director of the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management warned it was a "shortsighted tactic" that could pave the way for a future Republican majority to pass a nationwide ban on abortion.
    "It's not likely to help in the long run and may even backfire," Brown said.
    Since the Dodd decision came down last, Biden has faced pressure from progressive Democrats pushing bold action to try to protect abortion rights such as setting up abortion clinics on federal property, declaring a national health emergency and eliminating the Senate filibuster.
    "Time for people to see a real, forceful push for it. Use the bully pulpit.    We need more," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said in a tweet.
    The Progressive Change Campaign Committee, which backs liberal candidates seeking office, called on Biden to convene lawmakers supportive of abortion rights immediately for a vote.    "This cannot wait until after the midterms," the group said in a statement that also pushed for the total elimination of the filibuster.
    "A filibuster carveout is something you do when only one issue matters.    Right now, the house is on fire."
    In January, Biden pushed the Senate to make an exception for filibuster rules to pass voting rights legislation.    But Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., and Krysten Sinema, D-Ariz., did not budge from their support of the filibuster, and Republicans voted to end debate on the bill.
    Biden said he will have more announcements on how his administration plans to protect abortion rights after he meets Friday with governors from states that moved to protect abortion rights following the Supreme Court's ruling.
    On Tuesday, the Biden administration unveiled a plan to support access to abortion and other family planning services.
    Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said federal officials are working to increase access to medication abortion in limited circumstances, ensure providers have appropriate training and resources, and direct the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid to take legal steps to protect family planning care.
    Francesca Chambers and Michael Collins cover the White House.    Follow Chambers on Twitter @fran_chambers and Collins @mcollinsNEWS.
    Beyond abortion: Ruling overturning Roe v. Wade sparks debate about Supreme Court's legitimacy amid partisan passions.
What does overturning Roe mean?    A breakdown of the Supreme Court's abortion ruling
1 of 11 Photos in Gallery©BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, AFP via Getty Images
    President Joe Biden looks on ahead of a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during the NATO summit at the Ifema congress centre in Madrid, on June 29, 2022.


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