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"Nobody has complied their way out of a totalitarian government." -- Robert Kennedy Jr.
One of the violent suspects arrested in the Glendale brawl was confirmed to be SoCal Antifa member Erik Boyd. His $10,000 bail was quickly covered, journalist Andy Ngo noted.
On Friday journalist Andy Ngo reported on Erik Boyd’s criminal past.
Erik Boyd has a prior arrest related to felony child sex crimes with a minor under the age of 14 and assault with a deadly weapon.
Of course he does.
It’s no wonder why Erik Boyd showed up to support the groomers and used violence to enforce the perversion.
Given that this country has only just emerged from the longest and most miserable winter in living memory, perhaps it’s understandable that the BBC seems so startled by the sudden appearance of that strange round yellow thing in the sky. All the same, I wish its reporters would stop panicking about it.
According to BBC News, today is going to be so terrifyingly hot that the public has been issued with a “heat-health alert”. Apparently, the “Head of Extreme Events” at the UK Health Security Agency warns us to “keep hydrated” and “check in on” any vulnerable friends, family or neighbours.
Sounds alarming – until you glance at the actual forecast. The maximum predicted temperature is 30C, or 86F. In short: a lovely, but unremarkable, summer’s day. Yet councils all over the country are urging us all to “take care”. As if the sun has escaped from a lab in China, and we need to go into lockdown till Chris Whitty can work out how to get rid of it.
This nonsense isn’t just hysterical. It’s patronising.
Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) said Thursday on FNC’s “Fox News Tonight” that President Joe Biden had “just secured Donald Trump’s nomination for Republicans in 2024” when responding to reports Trump will be indicted in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents probe.
Mace said, “What I’m feeling tonight, I want to be very clear here, Donald Trump and I have had our ups and downs. I’ve been very clear about that over the last couple of years. I want the American people to know, to make no mistake, this is the Executive Branch tonight trying to take out their number one opponent for the presidency of the United States in 2024. And they have one standard for Donald Trump and another standard for everybody else in this thing. If you look at the documents that President Biden had in his possession, in his garage, thousands of boxes God knows where in places across the country that we don’t even know yet. Hillary Clinton having a server in her bathroom in her home with classified information on private email servers. Everyone is held to a different standard but Donald Trump. Joe Biden just secured Donald Trump’s nomination for Republicans in 2024.”
She added, “Looking at how they’re treating him in one way versus everybody else. Every time Biden comes under the microscope, every time we show corruption by Joe Biden and his family there’s an indictment on Donald Trump. When you look at the standard he has it’s a double standard, a second tier of justice in this country. The American people want everybody to be treated the same. Donald Trump is no fan of mine. he primaried me last year. I’m not a shill, but I see this, how unfair it’s been.”
The U.S. Department of Justice Thursday took the unprecedented step this week of indicting former President Donald Trump.
Trump announced late on Thursday that he has been indicted by the Department of Justice on charges connected to his handling of classified materials that were found at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida last August.
Now, it has been revealed that the judge initially assigned to oversee the case is Judge Aileen Cannon, an appointee of Trump who sits on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Interestingly enough, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas oversees the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and could potentially be involved in the case in the future.
Current and former staff members say debate around lockdown at the corporation was often stifled
The FBI division overseeing the investigation of former President Trump's handling of classified material at his Mar-a-Lago residence is also a focus of Special Counsel John Durham's investigation of the bureau's alleged abuses of power and political bias during its years-long Russiagate probe of Trump.
The FBI's nine-hour, 30-agent raid of the former president's Florida estate is part of a counterintelligence case run out of Washington – not Miami, as has been widely reported – according to FBI case documents and sources with knowledge of the matter. The bureau's counterintelligence division led the 2016-2017 Russia "collusion" investigation of Trump, codenamed "Crossfire Hurricane."
Although the former head of Crossfire Hurricane, Peter Strzok, was fired after the disclosure of his vitriolic anti-Trump tweets, several members of his team remain working in the counterintelligence unit, the sources say, even though they are under active investigation by both Durham and the bureau's disciplinary arm, the Office of Professional Responsibility. The FBI declined to respond to questions about any role they may be taking in the Mar-a-Lago case.
In addition, a key member of the Crossfire team – Supervisory Intelligence Analyst Brian Auten – has continued to be involved in politically sensitive investigations, including the ongoing federal probe of potentially incriminating content found on the abandoned laptop of President Biden's son Hunter Biden, according to recent correspondence between the Senate Judiciary Committee and FBI Director Christopher Wray. FBI whistleblowers have alleged that Auten tried to falsely discredit derogatory evidence against Hunter Biden during the 2020 campaign by labeling it Russian "disinformation," an assessment that caused investigative activity to cease.
A GOP lawmaker on Friday suggested that the Republican-led House jump-start new investigations into failed 2016 Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton after special counsel John Durham’s report cited her campaign as being responsible for the phony ‘Russian collusion’ allegations against her rival, Donald Trump.
In an interview with Fox News, Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) responded after co-anchor Sandra Smith noted that much of the mainstream media came out in defense of the FBI even after Durham’s report also pointed out that the bureau launched an investigation into Trump’s campaign over the collusion charges despite having no evidence to indicate they were valid.
“The media was in on this from the beginning, in my view. They’re the ones who were willing to launder out Hillary Clinton’s phony, made-up information about Donald Trump,” he said, adding it was “the same information that she used with her friends at the upper echelon of the FBI to start the ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ investigation.”
When she was soundly defeated last August in the GOP primary in her state of Wyoming, then-Rep. Liz Cheney hinted that she was not done with politics despite losing badly to a Republican challenger who former President Donald Trump backed.
In the months since, there has been speculation — much of it fueled by her — that she would throw her hat in the ring to challenge Trump, who has always been and remains, the odds-on favorite to capture the party’s presidential nomination next year.
This week, the biggest hint yet that Cheney will run for the party’s nomination emerged in the form of a television ad targeting Trump in the early primary state of New Hampshire, NBC News reported.
The ad warns of a “risk” of a second Trump presidency, though by most measures, in comparison to President Joe Biden’s term, Trump’s was a resounding success in terms of Republican policy accomplishments.
After former President Donald Trump announced that he was indicted by the Department of Justice, Hillary Clinton — who ran for president twice and lost both times, one including to Trump in 2016 — began gloating.
She shared a photo of herself with a hat superimposed that read “but her emails” as if to gloat that the rules that apply to the former president do not apply to her.
And she did not stop there. She used the opportunity to attempt to cash in by selling the merchandise.
Former President Donald Trump’s rise to the top of the 2024 Republican presidential field continued late last week, according to a new survey.
Trump has jumped to a dominant lead among a rising number of Republicans in the key state of Nevada, which was formally a blue stronghold but has been trending purple in recent election cycles after the election of a GOP governor in 2022.
The American Greatness survey found that Trump was leading the rest of the GOP field by 32 points, taking in 53 percent of the overall vote. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was second overall but a distant second place with 21 percent of the vote. That’s notable, given that the survey was taken after he formally announced his bid.
Trump wasn’t the only one discovered with classified documents in his possession. While Trump had over 300 classified documents recovered from his Mar-a-Lago residence/resort, Biden also had documents recovered from his former office in Washington, D.C. and from his home in Delaware (for the record, Mike Pence also had documents recovered from his Indiana home).
The Department of Justice is leading an investigation into the classified documents recovered from Biden. Special counsel Robert Hur is running the case.
The left-leaning mainstream media has been very careful to draw distinctions between the Trump case and the Biden case.
According to Robert F. Kennedy Jr., very few people are aware of the fact that Cooper gets the majority of his CNN pay-check from Pfizer.
80 percent of Cooper’s $12 million annual salary, roughly $10 million, comes directly from Pfizer, according to RFK. Jr.
The similar destinies of the United States and Rome can at times seem eerie. The three Punic Wars fought between the middle of the third century BC and the middle of the second century BC, constituted the great world wars of ancient Mediterranean civilisation, and ended with Rome’s complete destruction of Carthage. More recently, the two world wars of the 20th century ended with the complete destruction and defeat of Germany and Japan, and with the United States in a position of global dominance. In both conflicts, an empire’s supremacy reached its peak at the moment of victory.
Like the United States during the Second World War, Rome in the course of the Punic Wars became an empire. The First and Second Punic Wars saw Roman power established over Sicily, Sardinia and a good part of Spain — all former areas of Carthaginian influence. Rome also gradually extended its sway over greater Greece and Numidia, the latter coinciding with modern Algeria, to the west of Carthage on the North African coast.
Again, somewhat like the United States, imperialism helped lead to a dramatic increase in wealth in Rome itself, as a class of nouveau riche in the capital benefited from war booty, overseas trade, money lending and the like, according to the late British classicist S. A. Handford. Eventually, the Roman legions would evolve from a mass conscription military to a more professional, volunteer fighting force in order to regulate the vast territories under its influence as an imperial behemoth. The rough parallel with the development of the United States as a great power is hard to ignore, given how Washington itself has developed into a money-culture of well-heeled think tanks and flashy lobbyists, even as the mass conscription army that fought Second World War and Vietnam has morphed into a highly professional volunteer force of working-class youth, culturally divorced from the well-bred policy nomenklatura in the capital.
Maricopa County’s ballot printer source, OKI Data Americas, recently responded to the County’s sham ballot printer investigation, debunking false claims and demanding a corrected report from the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.
According to OKI’s statement, Maricopa County did not even contact the company, and they were “completely unaware that an investigation was underway.”
The Gateway Pundit reported on Maricopa County’s Ballot-on-Demand Printer Investigation led by former Arizona Supreme Court Justice Ruth McGregor.
As The Gateway Pundit reported, former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell later called for consequences for the stolen Maricopa County Midterm Election and the “cover-up” investigation by election officials.
It is apparent from OKI’s response that on election day and prior, Maricopa County did not accurately conduct tests or even read the printer manual. This discredits the entire investigation by Maricopa County. They either lied or were so incompetent that they couldn’t follow basic instructions. What else did they hide?
The Pentagon has been hard at work keeping us all safe from “fringe social media.” The Joint Staff Civil Disturbance cell, an element within the National Military Command Center (NMCC), referenced numerous posts from conservatives such as LTG(R) Flynn, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Rep. Lauren Boebert, Matt Walsh, and others in a document titled “Alternative Social Media Update 06 February 2021 (0600).” The document highlights specific platforms such as Gab and 4chan as being fringe, yet it also posted screenshots of a Tweet from Rep. Boebert.
The intent of the document appears to be to highlight content trending on these “fringe sites” that may be a security concern. The executive summary highlights trending topics on “alternative social media” while specifically referencing interviews with LTG(R) Flynn.
The Toronto Blue Jays have cut pitcher Anthony Bass just over a week after he apologized for sharing a video on social media that encouraged Christians to boycott Bud Light and Target.
Former President Donald Trump responded to the federal indictment unsealed on Friday by suggesting that federal agents “stuffed” classified material into evidence that they collected from Mar-a-Lago after they raided the property last year.
Special counsel Jack Smith has indicted former President Donald Trump in the Southern District of Florida to avoid the appearance of bias and “forum shopping,” a longtime Miami defense attorney told The Daily Wire.
A recently amended California bill would classify not affirming a child’s gender identity by one or both parents as “child abuse.”
Indisputably, by far, the biggest deleterious impact of the dam’s collapse is being felt in Russian-controlled regions of Kherson on the left bank of the Dnieper. Even the United States government-owned Radio Free Europe acknowledges that the destruction of Russian infrastructure is 10-fold that of the Kiev regime.
Yet, in an incredible display of servile propaganda, the Western media immediately sought to blame Russia for sabotaging the Kakhovka dam. This is in spite of overwhelming evidence that the destruction was carried out by the NATO-backed Kiev regime. So preposterous were the claims of Russian malfeasance that the Western governments have tended to backpedal on their initial accusations against Moscow, subsequently feigning doubts about who the perpetrators were.
Last October, Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vassily Nebenzia, had explicitly warned that the Kiev regime forces were attempting to blow up the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant. Using American and NATO-supplied missiles, the Ukrainian military has been shelling the dam over the past year. In December, the Washington Post even reported Ukrainian Major General Andriy Kovalchuk saying how his forces were testing a tactic to blow up the dam’s floodgates using U.S.-made HIMARS rockets.
Thus, the sabotage was in the works and there is no way that the United States and its NATO partners did not know about it. Indeed, furthermore, given that the U.S. and NATO are directing all Ukrainian military operations against Russia, the obvious conclusion is that the Western sponsors of the regime gave their authorization for the dam’s destruction.
Yesterday morning, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) announced the arrest of 14 men accused of seeking to procure sex from a child.
One of the suspects, 42-year-old Joshua Brian Jivan, is an active supervisory agent at the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) division. He is one of a growing number of federal agents who have been arrested for sex crimes targeting children.
Jivan allegedly made plans to have sex with a 14-year-old girl over the anonymizing “Whisper” app, but was in fact chatting with an undercover police officer. When detained, the agent showed officers his federal credentials and initially insisted that he was investigating human trafficking on behalf of DHS. Detectives later learned that he was not employed in the agency’s human trafficking division and none of his colleagues were aware of his supposed case work.
The agent deleted the app he used to arrange a romantic encounter with what he believed was a child and admitted to investigators that he was not acting in any legitimate law enforcement capacity. He then clammed up and asked for a lawyer.
Glendale, California, parents who were present at Tuesday’s school board meeting are sharing the inside story about their protest against sexual curriculum content that erupted into violence.
The U.S. is planning to spend millions of taxpayer dollars to push a renewable energy transition in the Caribbean, according to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
President Joe Biden’s Secretary of Energy revealed she gave false personal financial testimony during her Senate confirmation hearing in 2021.
Jennifer Granholm lied to Senator Josh Hawley, R-Mo., during April 2021 testimony.
“Do you own individual stocks, Madam Secretary?” Sen. Hawley asked Ms. Granholm in that hearing.
“No,” replied Granholm, “I’m invested in mutual funds.”
Hawley lamented the Biden administrator’s perjury in a Friday Twitter post: “She lied to me.”
Ben Shapiro challenged a member of the Biden administration to publicly read from a sexually graphic book found in school libraries across the country as the administration appoints a coordinator to challenge so-called “book bans.”
Former President Donald Trump will get a “speedy trial” on the 37 felony count indictment handed up by a federal grand jury in Miami this week, Special Counsel Jack Smith said Friday.
Jamie Hammonds, an investigative filmmaker and founder of Documenting Austin’s Streets and Homeless (DASH), has brought attention to the homeless problem in Austin, Texas, and its impact on greenbelt areas.
Hammonds shared videos on Twitter on Wednesday, showing a homeless encampment in the Violet Crown Trail that had been neglected for a year. The videos depict piles of trash, cars, trailers, mountains of garbage, needles, human waste, and hundreds of homeless people. Hammonds blamed city officials for exacerbating the problem, arguing that city policies have pushed people experiencing homelessness into greenbelt areas, out of the public’s view. Consequently, many city dwellers are unaware of the problem.
"The problem’s there, it’s just that people can’t see it. They don’t realize how many people are actually in the woods," he said.