"Nobody gets up one day and decides to be a terrorist for no reason. They don't hate us for our freedoms. They hate us and commit acts of terror because one day, as they are going about their normal lives, there is a horrendous blast and people they have known all their lives are lying in bloody shreds at their feet, mixed in with shrapnel stamped 'Made in the USA.'" -- Michael Rivero

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Former President Donald Trump said on Sunday that the Republican Party deserved to be “reimbursed for fraud” after the Democratic Party and media surrogates forced them to spend millions campaigning against President Joe Biden despite knowing full well that he could not make it through another four years in office.
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“West Wing” creator Aaron Sorkin suggested in a Sunday op-ed that the Democratic Party could win if they nominated a Republican — and not just any Republican: 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
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Reacting to the news that President Joe Biden would be dropping out of the 2024 presidential election, former President Donald Trump said that his rival had wanted to bow out ever since his disastrous debate performance last month.
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Former President Bill Clinton and two-time presidential candidate Hillary Clinton endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris for president on Sunday after President Joe Biden announced that he was ending his presidential campaign after facing intense pressure from the media and his own party to do so.
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House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) described US support for Israel as one of America’s “founding principles” during a speech at an event hosted by the Republican Jewish Committee on July 18.

“It is an important principle that America and Israel stand together resolutely. That is part of who we are as a country. It’s one of our founding principles. I believe that we maintain peace through strength, and I think that the relationship with Israel is essential to who we are as Americans,” Johnson said.

Since the modern state of Israel was created in 1948, it’s unclear what Johnson meant when he said the US-Israel relationship is a “founding principle.” The most well-known Founding Fathers would also disagree with Johnson since they strongly warned against permanent alliances and “attachments” to other nations.

In his farewell address in 1796, George Washington said, “A passionate attachment of one nation for another produces a variety of evils. Sympathy for the favorite nation, facilitating the illusion of an imaginary common interest in cases where no real common interest exists and infusing into one the enmities of the other, betrays the former into a participation in the quarrels and wars of the latter, without adequate inducement or justification.”

Johnson also threatened Democratic lawmakers with possible arrest if they protest Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress, which is scheduled for this Thursday.

Webmaster addition: Not to mention the tiny detail that Israel did not exist when the US was founded!

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Perplexity is an AI-powered “answer engine” that provides direct answers to queries with source citations, combining search capabilities with large language models to reduce hallucinations and increase reliability

Unlike traditional search engines, Perplexity aims to feed curiosity by offering related questions and encouraging users to dig deeper into topics, viewing itself as a discovery engine

Perplexity utilizes advanced AI techniques like retrieval augmented generation and chain of thought reasoning to improve accuracy and performance in natural language processing tasks

The future of AI may involve developing systems capable of higher-level reasoning and natural curiosity, potentially leading to breakthroughs in creating new knowledge and understanding complex truths

While AI tools like Perplexity enhance human capabilities, they should be viewed as aids to critical thinking and creativity rather than replacements for uniquely human attributes

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Rights groups and social media frequenters react to US President Joe Biden’s decision to cancel his re-election bid, saying he will be remembered by how he facilitated the Israeli regime’s ongoing war of genocide against Palestinians.

The reactions began pouring in on Monday, immediately after Biden announced in a letter on social media that he was stepping aside as a candidate for the 2024 presidential election.

The decision came following a disastrous performance at a debate also featuring arch-rival Donald Trump that raised questions concerning Biden’s capability to run another term.

Commenting on the decision, however, the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights Action (USCPR), a rights group, said, “It was not Biden’s failed debate that showed he is unfit to lead. It was the tens of thousands of bombs he sent to kill Palestinian families.”

Biden had “repeatedly funded, armed, and backed Israel’s mass slaughter of the Palestinian people,” the USCPR said, adding, “Nothing will erase the fact that” Biden’s “legacy is – and always will be – GENOCIDE.”

Webmaster addition: Joe Genocide. Has a ring to it!

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The testimony of a Czech mercenary, Filip Siman, who fought for the Ukrainian Carpathian Sich battalion, part of the International Legion for the Defense of Ukraine, sheds light on the alleged massacre in Bucha in 2022.

Much has been written about Bucha, revealing much about the propagandist function of the so-called Western “free” media, with entire articles copied from each other, and the single source predominantly being the United States, the Washington Post, or the New York Times.

From the outset, the Western media reporting somehow knew for sure that the Bucha massacre was done by Russia. There was no doubt – and now everything turns out to be a big lie.

They are exposed, for their stupidity and especially for their loss on the Ukrainian front. Their evidence has been fabricated with lies aimed at misleading the Western public, which is standard practice since the U.S. started wars and killing people decades ago, under the guise of democracy.

According to Western sources including the popular online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, the nominated Bucha Massacre was perpetrated on Ukrainian civilians and prisoners of war by Russian forces during the battle for Bucha in late March 2022.

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They have neither the message to deliver nor the horse to deliver it. Regardless of the choice they make, Democrats are in for a Shakespearean-level comeuppance.

Particularly after the failed assassination attempt, Republicans are enthusiastically unified around Trump.

The convention speeches offered by Republicans vanquished by Trump in his first primary election like Rubio and Cruz as well as those in his last primary like DeSantis and Haley made clear that the interests of competing factions within the GOP are aligned.

You don’t hear much talk anymore even from the most outspoken Trump skeptics within the GOP about the former President’s ability to win in November, do you?

By contrast, the Democrats are splintered with only more acrimony and recriminations on the horizon.

Democrats are staring at an electoral equation Archimedes couldn’t solve.

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Who has most peddled conspiracy allegations the last nine years—all of them false and nearly all of them influencing national elections and public policies?

Once a target is constructed as Hitlerian, almost any means necessary to quash that perceived existential threat become justified. And we have seen a lot of them in the last nine years.

Russian collusion did not work. Christopher Steele was a fraud. Robert Mueller came up empty.

The Alfa Bank ping caper was a myth.

The Russian laptop disinformation was a lie and ruined the reputations of the “51 former intelligence authorities” who sanctioned it.

The first Trump impeachment was a strictly partisan vote, activated when Trump lost the House and Mueller had come up empty.

Only ten Republicans impeached Trump a second time; the Senate again acquitted then-private citizen Trump.

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We are witnessing a tipping point moment for The United States of America. President Biden stepping down from the 2024 race, a possible Hillary Clinton replacement? And a massive collapse of America's infrastructure will be used to control all of us. The CrowdStrike failure is just the beginning. Get ready for what's coming.

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Following President Joe Biden’s disastrous debate performance, a survey has found that if the Democrats decide to replace him with Vice President Kamala Harris, former President Donald Trump’s lead in the polls would actually increase.

This is according to a post-debate poll conducted by research company HarrisX, which was done between June 28 and 30 among 1,500 registered voters. (Related: JOE BI-DONE: 25 House Democrats preparing to call for Biden to end reelection bid.)

The poll found that, if given the choice between Trump or Harris, 49 percent of voters prefer Trump and only 42 percent prefer Harris, with the remaining nine percent of voters undecided.

Without the option to choose undecided, Trump still leads with 53 percent of voters preferring the former president while only 47 percent would choose Harris.

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After President Donald Trump’s courageous response to the assassination attempt captivated the nation and the Republicans held a successful and unified national convention, Democrats are frantic. They are worried they may suffer a landslide loss to President Trump and lose control of the House and Senate.

Usually, Democrats display unity, while Republicans are fractured. Today, the roles are reversed, as Democrats are in total disarray. For weeks, many of the party’s leaders and supporters in the media called on President Joe Biden to withdraw as their nominee. Others, such as Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and U.S. Senator John Fetterman (D-PA), expressed steadfast support for Biden and criticized fellow Democrats for coercing him to exit the race.

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Shortly after Biden’s announcement letter was released, several journalists noticed Biden’s signature in his announcement letter did not match Biden’s official signature.

Journalist Dr. Naomi Wolf took to X and compared Biden’s official signature, according to Wikipedia, with the most recent signature on his dropout letter.

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An “increased risk” exists that at least $293 million in U.S. aid disbursed by the State Department in Afghanistan between March and November 2022 could fall into the Taliban’s hands, a new report finds.

Two subagencies of the State Department—the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor and the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs—provided incomplete documentation and therefore could not establish that they had complied with counterterrorism vetting requirements, the report says.

The report was prepared by the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, or SIGAR.

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Sky News host Rita Panahi describes Vice President Kamala Harris as “wildly unpopular”. Joe Biden has ended his re-election campaign and endorsed Kamala Harris as the Democratic candidate. “The inept, radically Left and wildly unpopular vice president who is now being presented as the Democrat's great hope,” Ms Panahi said.
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There is a common narrative about the state of the economy that's often promoted by mainstream media and political figures, particularly those supporting this current administration. According to this narrative, everything is going great - the economy is booming, inflation is under control, and the labor market is thriving. However, many Americans find it hard to believe these optimistic reports because their daily experiences don't align with them. The stark disparity between official economic accounts and personal experiences has prompted many to doubt the honesty of economic reports.
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Border Patrol Chief Jason Owens says Vice President Kamala Harris has not spoken with him since he was appointed in July 2023.

President Joe Biden tapped Harris to lead his administration’s border efforts in March 2021. She made trips to some South American countries in the following months to plead with people not to make the dangerous trip, but has not been visible in the years since as the problem ballooned.

Retired Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz told CBS in March he also never spoke with Harris during his tenure from August 2021 through June 2023.

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President Trump was shot in an attempted assassination at his campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, on July 13. It’s history repeating itself – the history of the American deep state putting those patriotic leaders in its crosshairs who refuse to bow down to its anti-American agenda.

Failing to take down President Trump, who thankfully and by an incredible play of luck – or call it divine intervention – survived the attempted assassination by a shooting from the roof of a building in the area. The federal government and anti-Trump media instantly started the cover-up operation for the suspected deep state’s hand in this crime.

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President Biden hesitated to drop his re-election campaign in part because he and his senior advisers worried that Vice President Kamala Harris wasn't up to taking on Donald Trump, according to three Biden aides familiar with recent talks about his plans.

Why it matters: Biden, 81, ultimately decided to withdraw under pressure from the party and endorsed Harris, but his private anxieties reflect broader questions among some Democratic leaders about Harris as their nominee this November.

Driving the news: This next week will be critical for Harris, 59, to prove doubters wrong as she moves quickly to try to clear the field of potential challengers for the Democratic nomination.

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