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Former Trump lawyer and perennial grifter Michael Cohen claims he’s going to run for Congress in 2026. Specifically, Cohen is targeting New York’s 12th Congressional district, currently occupied by the porcine Jerry Nadler (D), who responded churlishly when quizzed about Cohen’s plan.

“We thank him for his service, but it’s enough already,” Cohen told New York Magazine‘s Olivia Nuzzi and Andrew Rice. The authors claim Cohen “would have run this year, but the protracted mental breakdown that came with the trial made it hard to plan the launch of a new career as a politician.”

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Mahdi al-Mashat, the president of Yemen's Supreme Political Council, condemned Saturday "all Zionist-American-Western crimes against the Palestinian people."

Al-Mashat reaffirmed Yemen's unwavering support for the Palestinian people in their struggle for self-defense, stating, "Yemen fully supports the Palestinian people's right to self-defense until they completely liberate their land, expel the occupiers, and free al-Aqsa Mosque."

He also praised the honorable and practical support extended to the Palestinian people from Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, and Iran.

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The Islamic Resistance in Iraq announced that it had launched a developed cruise missile at the Israeli Haifa port in occupied Palestine at dawn on Saturday.

The cruise missile, the Arqab, was launched from Iraqi soil toward the occupied Palestinian territories targeting an Israeli target in Haifa, which had been attacked several times by the Resistance in light of the ongoing Israeli genocide against Palestinians in Gaza.

The Iraqi Resistance announced that the operation was carried out in continuation of its alignment with the Palestinian cause, in support of the Palestinian people and Resistance, and in response to the Israeli massacres being carried out in Gaza.

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Prosecutors from Fulton District Attorney District Fani Willis' office told a state witness that he could lie on the stand, according to a sworn affidavit submitted in the Young Slime Life (YSL) trial.

In a new filing submitted Wednesday, defense attorney Doug Weinstein claimed that during Monday's private meeting, Assistant District Attorney Simone Hylton told witness Kenneth Copeland that she would not prosecute him if he were to lie on the stand. Newsweek reached out to Willis' office via email for comment.

The meeting between Judge Ural Glanville, Fulton County prosecutors, Copeland and Copeland's attorney has become the catalyst of a tense situation in the case. Lawyers representing the six co-defendants standing trial in the YSL case have accused the judge and prosecutors from Willis' office of witness tampering and coercion during the meeting that defense counsels were not made aware of.

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Washington has reportedly scrambled to meet Tel Aviv’s “insatiable” demand for intelligence since October 7. by Will Porter June 16, 2024 at 2:24 pm ET Categories News

US intelligence agencies have significantly stepped up coordination with Israel throughout the war in Gaza, several officials told the Washington Post. While the intel is not supposed to be used for military purposes, some US officials fear it is helping to direct Israeli airstrikes.

Following eight months of fighting in the besieged Gaza Strip, Washington is now supplying an “extraordinary amount” of intelligence to Tel Aviv, including “drone footage, satellite imagery, communications intercepts and data analysis using advanced software, some of it powered by artificial intelligence,” the Post reported on Friday.

Highlighting the shift, the US deployed additional intelligence personnel to Israel soon after Hamas’ October 7 attack, sending forces from the Pentagon’s Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) to work alongside CIA officers in the country. The Defense Intelligence Agency has also met with local counterparts “on a daily basis” in recent months, one US official said.

Claire's Observations:  Obviously,  not enough dead or maimed Palestinian women and children to suit the US government, either!!!

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Joe Biden has logged yet another foreign policy disaster under his belt after the Pentagon announced the "Gaza pier" will be dismantled due to damage. 

Some press reports describe the move as "temporary," though it's questionable whether the project will ever resume after being completely torn down and towed away. This marks the latest in a string of logistical issues involving the president's prized pier.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. called for the elimination of electronic voting machines, a topic that like his criticism of vaccines, is guaranteed to make the establishment squirm.

Not one who shies away from bringing up topics deemed to be taboo by the corrupt media, the independent presidential candidate pointed to recent issues with elections in Puerto Rico to call for a return to paper ballot voting, a system that worked perfectly before the tech era.

Sharing an Associated Press story about the problems in the U.S. territory with machines running the Dominion Voting Systems software, the longshot candidate took to the X platform with his call to return to the longtime standard of paper ballots and a vow that if he was elected, his administration would go back to the future by restoring the old system.

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by Connor Freeman

Following an announcement by the Israeli military on Sunday that there will now be 11-hour daily tactical pauses along one of the bombed-out Gaza Strip’s main roads, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the plan is “unacceptable,” according to an Israeli official speaking with Reuters. National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, who leads the extremist Jewish Power party, said whoever came up with the idea is a “fool” and should be fired.

“When the prime minister heard the reports of an 11-hour humanitarian pause in the morning, he turned to his military secretary and made it clear that this was unacceptable to him,” Reuters reported. Subsequent to the announcement, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) have reiterated that the brutal military operations in Rafah will continue apace.

In order to facilitate some aid deliveries, the report explains that within “the area from the Karem Abu Salem (Kerem Shalom) crossing to the Salah al-Din Road and then northwards,” there will ostensibly be a pause in fighting from the hours of 8 AM to 7 PM local time each day.

This highlights one of the ongoing disputes between factions of Netanyahu’s far-right coalition and the military. Former Defense Minister and general Benny Gantz, chair of Israel’s National Unity party, quit the emergency government and called for elections this month over his view that Netanyahu is preventing Tel Aviv from achieving a “true victory” in the Gaza war.

Despite the full-blown famine and starvation crisis wreaking havoc in the besieged enclave as a result of the Israeli onslaught and blockade, the Israeli leader’s ultra-orthodox and Jewish supremacist allies fear that too much food, medical equipment, and other aid is getting through to the desperate Palestinian population.

Amid the mass slaughter in Gaza and severe restrictions on aid entering the Strip, far-right Israelis have been blocking aid shipments to the enclave as well as destroying foodstuffs including by deflating aid truck tires and setting the goods they’re carrying ablaze.

Additionally, Lieutenant-General Herzi Halevi, the head of the Israeli military, insisted Sunday that there is a “definite need” to recruit more troops from Israel’s ultra-orthodox student community, who are politically powerful, have been subsidized by the citizenry, and are exempt from the military draft.

Claire's Observations;  Obviously, not enough dead or maimed for life Palestinian women and children for the current regime!!!!!!

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The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman has described this year’s Hajj pilgrimage as “a practice of jihad” as well as an opportunity for Muslim nations to renounce Israel and its chief supporter, the United States, amid the occupying regime’s ongoing genocidal war against the besieged Gaza Strip.

Nasser Kan'ani made the remarks in a post on X on Sunday, as millions of Muslim pilgrims from around the globe have gathered in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, to perform the annual Hajj pilgrimage.    

“The philosophy of the Abrahamic Hajj and its rituals and practices teach Muslims and believers everywhere in the world how to declare their renunciation of Satan and those with satanic traits in the real world," he said.

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Republican National Committee (RNC) Co-Chair Lara Trump offered a warning Friday to anyone planning to cheat in an election.

While speaking during Turning Point USA’s convention in Detroit, Michigan, former President Trump’s daughter-in-law told the audience, “This year is the year we do it,” Fox News reported Sunday.

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New York Times columnist and former Oregon Democratic gubernatorial candidate Nicholas Kristof unequivocally stated on Saturday that West Coast cities are “a mess” under Democratic Party leadership.

In a column for the New York Times, Kristof argued that “West Coast liberalism” is more focused on the intentions behind its policies rather than their outcomes. Consequently, deep blue states like Oregon have major problems with homelessness and drug use, “below-average” high school graduation rates, and escalating murder rates, Fox News noted.

“But liberals like me do need to face the painful fact that something has gone badly wrong where we’re in charge, from San Diego to Seattle,” the columnist wrote to begin the column, noting further that the West Coast offers “a version of progressivism that doesn’t result in progress.”

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CNN’s Jake Tapper didn’t have good new for Democrats on Sunday, highlighting the fact that polls are showing Joe Biden dragging down the rest of the party ahead of the election in November.

“So you noted that Biden had had to campaign in addition to being leader to the free world, let’s talk about the campaign because Trump was in battleground Michigan last night making a pitch to African-American voters,” Tapper told Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) on “State of the Union.”

“Polls show Biden trailing Trump in key battleground states and polling well behind your senate colleagues who are running for reelection,” Tapper continued.

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Some might see US Attorney General Merrick Garland getting quite involved in campaigning ahead of the November election – albeit indirectly so, as a public servant whose primary concern is supposedly how to keep Department of Justice (DoJ) staff “safe.”

And, in the process, he brings up “conspiracy theorists” branding them as undermining the judicial process in the US – because they dare question the validity of a particular judicial process that aimed at former President Trump.

In an opinion piece published by the Washington Post, Garland used one instance that saw a man convicted for threatening a local FBI office to draw blanket and dramatic conclusions that DoJ staff have never operated in a more dangerous environment, where “threats of violence have become routine.”

It all circles back to the election, and Garland makes little effort to present himself as neutral. Other than “conspiracy theories,” his definition of a threat are calls to defund the department that was responsible for going after the former president.

Ironically, while the tone of his op-ed and the topics and examples he chooses to demonstrate his own bias, Garland goes after those who claim that DoJ is politicized with the goal of influencing the election.

The attorney general goes on to quote “media reports” – he doesn’t say which, but one can assume those following the same political line – which are essentially (not his words) hyping up their audiences to expect more “threats.”

“Media reports indicate there is an ongoing effort to ramp up these attacks against the Justice Department, its work and its employees,” is how Garland put it.

And he pledged that, “we will not be intimidated” by these by-and-large nebulous “threats,” with the rhetoric at that point in the article ramped up to refer to this as, “attacks.”

Claire's Observations: AG Garland, let me introduce myself;  I am Claire Rivero, a Christian Pacifist Activist, and someone who never advocates or espouses violence of any kind for any reason.

But as a thinking human being (a Dean's Scholar graduate from her college), I can see, as many around me can also see, very clearly, what is being done to former President Trump.

It is called "Lawfare", AG Garland, defined as follows by Wikipedia:   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawfare.  The definition goes on as follows:

"Lawfare is the use of legal systems and institutions to damage or delegitimize an opponent, or to deter an individual's usage of their legal rights. The term may refer to the use of legal systems and principles against an enemy, such as by damaging or delegitimizing them, wasting their time and money (e.g., strategic lawsuits against public participation), or winning a public relations victory. Alternatively, it may describe a tactic used by repressive regimes to label and discourage civil society or individuals from claiming their legal rights via national or international legal systems."

And if you believe, for one moment, that you can tell both me and the rest of this country with a straight face,, that what has happened recently to former President Trump allegedly "legally", is NOT lawfare against him during a presidential campaign season, the joke, sir, is on you and your Bye-Di-Byedenistas enablers.

We see it, we understand why it has been invoked by the Dementocrats; and IF, in fact, there IS an election in November, we know for whom we will be voting.

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Patel is accused of using other people's pictures to create Facebook profiles and then posting racist and hateful messages and comments with those profiles. He would then take the comments and use them to request donations throughout the county.

Many of the hateful comments endorsed incumbent Meyers. For example, a screenshot of one comment posted by Patel said: "I am with Meyers ALL THE WAY because he serves Jesus unlike Patel and his followers who worship Monkey and Elephant."

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Under the direction of the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the European Union, the largest globalist power grab in history is currently underway.

“We have threats on multiple fronts,” Glenn Beck warns, adding, “The stakes couldn’t be any higher. Everything is under attack. Free-speech, private property, faith, liberty, children, our families, everything is at stake.”

And the time has never been more ripe, as over 60 countries are facing elections this year.

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The direction of the Republican National Committee is clear from the last name of its new second-in-command: Trump.

“My No. 1 goal is making sure that Donald Trump is the 47th president,” said Lara Trump, the RNC co-chair, in an Associated Press interview.

It’s one more step in solidifying Trump’s hold over the Republican Party. The daughter-in-law of the former president has wasted no time in rebranding the typically staid committee in Trump’s image, embracing her own version of his pugilistic politics and brash management style in ways that affirm his sway over the Republican establishment.

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The fiat money system will not disappear just like that. Any expectations or hopes to that end should be tempered. Yes, the fiat money system could collapse; yet there is a significant likelihood it will persist longer than most people might think. This prolonged existence may come at a cost: a fascist state encroachment on the freedoms of citizens and entrepreneurs would be more profound than most people realize.

Much ink has been spilt about the impending collapse of the international fiat money system. It is a debate that naturally gains momentum in times of crisis—as witnessed in the aftermath of the 2008/9 global financial market debacle or the politically dictated global lockdown crash of 2020/21.

At the same time, however, it is entirely justified to harbor significant concerns regarding the fiat money system. After all, it is plagued by blatant economic and ethical defects.

Are you wondering about the essence of fiat money? Let’s break it down into three characteristics:

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Mounds of rubble in the Jenin refugee camp; once again mounds of rubble in the Jenin camp. A putrid stench rising from sewage flowing in the streets, dirt paths, streets reduced to pits and heaps of stones. The refugee camp was rehabilitated amazingly with a donation from the United Arab Emirates in 2002 following the Israel Defense Forces' incursion that spring. But now there isn't a street that hasn't been razed by IDF bulldozers, not a public square that hasn't been reduced to rubble, along with many stores that have been destroyed.

The IDF has raided the camp and the city in which the camp is situated multiple times recently; every incursion leaves behind dozens more killed or wounded. It looks as though the soldiers would rather be in the Gaza Strip and are compensating themselves by behaving in Jenin as though that's where they were. In "Little Gaza," as the Jenin refugee camp is known these days, the images speak for themselves. Two armed militants on a moped pass us in the wrecked alleyway, despair hangs palpably in the air.

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Alex Jones recently interviewed Tucker Carlson on Info Wars, and the founder of the Tucker Carlson Network had some interesting facts to share regarding Jack Ruby’s death.

Jack Ruby, who was born Jacob Rubenstein, was a nightclub owner who killed Lee Harvey Oswald just two days after Oswald was accused of assassinating President John F. Kennedy.

Tucker told Jones, “You do sort of wonder of how Jack Ruby died of galloping cancer like a week before his second trial.”

Jones added, “They have weaponized cancer that will kill you in two weeks.”

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The UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry (COI) provides a detailed analysis of the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7 and the Israeli assault on Gaza. The report finds both sides committed war crimes but concludes there is no evidence to support the claim that Hamas engaged in mass rape during its rampage in southern Israel. The COI found evidence of Israel intentionally killing civilians and Israeli forces engaged in acts of sexual torture. 

The report’s analysis of the events on October 7 concluded Hamas intentionally targeted two dozen civilian targets, leading to hundreds of deaths. The COI found evidence that members of Hamas committed sexual assaults on Israelis, with some female bodies found undressed. 

However, the report debunks the widespread claim that top Israeli and US officials have often repeated that Hamas engaged in mass rape during its attack. “The Commission has reviewed testimonies obtained by journalists and the Israeli police concerning rape but has not been able to independently verify such allegations,” the report says. “Additionally, the Commission found some specific allegations to be false, inaccurate or contradictory with other evidence or statements and discounted these from its assessment.”

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Charles Garrett, an apparent British intel agent, teamed up with a local prosecutor to wrongfully indict Macedonian public figures and topple the country’s government. Everywhere Garrett goes in the region, coups seem to follow.

Western media demonstrated little interest when the anti-Western VMRO-DPMNE party achieved a landslide victory in Macedonia’s presidential and parliamentary elections this May 8. However, the seismic development could reverse a foreign-orchestrated color revolution sparked almost a decade ago, which put the government in Skopje on a path guided by the EU and NATO. Getting there required rampant corruption and criminality, and a locally despised change of the country’s name.

British meddling figured centrally in that regime change operation, with an apparent MI6 operative named Charles Garrett stirring up trouble on the ground while coordinating with opposition actors. Garrett enjoyed an evidently intimate bond with a crooked, high-profile local prosecutor who used illegally-obtained and heavily tainted wiretap evidence to wrongfully indict and blackmail scores of Macedonian public figures. Garrett appears to have been in a position to improperly profit from this relationship. 

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When House Republicans dislodged Kevin McCarthy from the speakership last October and then struggled for three weeks to select a replacement, it struck many as entirely aberrational. Without a permanent speaker, the House couldn’t take up legislation, and Congress essentially stalled out like a rickety old truck. That wasn’t how Congress was supposed to work. 

Yet in the decade leading to the Civil War, the House experienced three such stall-out crises: one, in December 1849, lasting three weeks; the others in 1855 and 1959, each lasting fully two months. The recurrent difficulty in electing a speaker signaled that the nation was hopelessly split over whether slavery would be allowed in the new southwestern territories acquired through James Polk’s war with Mexico. 

“This is a fearful state of things, and may be the beginning of sorrows for our happy country,” lamented the St. Louis Democrat in December 1849. Indeed, American politics throughout the next ten years yielded multiple episodes of governmental dysfunction, waves of civic animosity, bursts of violence, and finally disunion and war.

That poses a question: With America fraught with greater political tension and venomous discourse than the country has seen since the Civil War era, could we be heading into a new time of domestic bloodshed?

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“Take alarm at the first experiment on our liberties.” — James Madison

James Madison, often referred to as the “Father of the Constitution,” once predicted that the Bill of Rights would become mere “parchment barrier,” words on paper ignored by successive generations of Americans.

How right he was.

Although Madison initially felt that the inclusion of a bill of rights in the originally ratified Constitution was unnecessary to its success, Thomas Jefferson persuaded him that “a bill of rights is what the people are entitled to against every government on earth, general or particular, & what no just government should refuse, or rest on inferences.”

The Bill of Rights drafted by Madison—the first ten amendments to the Constitution—was a document so revolutionary at the time that it would come to be viewed as the epitome of American liberty. The rights of the people reflected in those ten amendments encapsulated much of Madison’s views about government, the corrupting influence of power, and the need for safeguards against tyranny.

Madison’s writings speak volumes to the present constitutional crisis in the country.

Read them and weep

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Via Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com,

Catherine Austin Fitts (CAF), Publisher of The Solari Report, financial expert and former Assistant Secretary of Housing (Bush 41 Admin.) is sounding the alarm about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how it will impact your world in very negative ways. 

It’s all in a new report called “The AI Revolution: The Final Coup d’Etat.”  CAF explains, “This is a very serious look at Artificial Intelligence and how it’s going to be used to implement control..."

"This past week, there was this huge open board meeting at OpenAI.  There were board members put there to make sure OpenAI and its products were in alignment with the best interests of the human race.  Some of them got booted out. Now, we see the former head of the NSA (National Security Agency) get put on the board. 

I just realized it today, and I had not realized it before. 

Edward Snowden just tweeted out and said you should never use any of these products, which include ChatGPT.  Snowden also said, ‘You have to understand where this is going.  You have been warned.’

“The AI Revolution” also warns that:

AI “. . . will alter the prospects for a free society, even free will. . . and . . . attempt to seed the idea human-only decision-making will become a rarity and, in time, cease to exist.”

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House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) has suggested that a criminal referral for President Joe Biden could be forthcoming, following the referrals sent to Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday for Biden’s son Hunter and brother Jim. In an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” Comer discussed the ongoing investigations into the Biden family’s alleged corruption and influence peddling.

When asked by host Maria Bartiromo about potential criminal referrals for FARA violations, money laundering, corruption, and influence peddling, Comer responded, “We’re just beginning, Maria, and a lot of those crimes that the Bidens have committed, the statute of limitations has run out.” However, he emphasized that the investigation is ultimately about Joe Biden, with Hunter Biden, Jim Biden, Eric Sherwin, and Devon Archer serving as witnesses.

Comer stated that the criminal referrals sent to the Department of Justice are within the statute of limitations, adding that if Merrick Garland’s DOJ fails to take appropriate action, the next administration and a new attorney general can pursue the matter. He also mentioned a 60-page report that accompanied the criminal referrals, which he claimed contained hard evidence that has not been disputed.

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Newly leaked journal entries from Audrey Elizabeth Hale, the Nashville school shooter, provide a chilling glimpse into the mind of a profoundly disturbed individual. Hale, who identified as a trans male, targeted the Christian Covenant School on March 27, 2023, resulting in the deaths of three children and three staff members before she was fatally shot by police.

Despite the FBI’s reluctance to release Hale’s writings, citing potential interference with ongoing investigations, several pages were leaked last November. These entries revealed a manifesto filled with left-wing and anti-white rhetoric. Recently, additional pages from Hale’s journal have surfaced, offering further insight into her troubled psyche.

A particularly disturbing entry, dated February 13, 2023, begins with the quote “Seize the day” and delves into macabre imagery and violent fantasies. Hale wrote about her hatred toward her father, expressing deep-seated resentment and a desire for revenge. “I hate when my dad loves on the cats; not me,” she penned, highlighting feelings of neglect and emotional abandonment.

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