“What if the rights and principles guaranteed in the Constitution have been so distorted in the past 200 years as to be unrecognizable by the Founders? What if the government was the reason we don’t have a Constitution anymore? What if freedom’s greatest hour of danger is now?” -- Andrew P. Napolitano

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Republicans have also slammed Biden and Democrats for using the legal system to silence or intimidate Trump supporters.

But it looks like we’ve only scratched the surface. A new report reveals how retail giant Amazon was colluding with the Biden White House. And the company agreed with Biden to shut down Americans’ access to “inconvenient” data.

From The Post Millennial:
It has been revealed that Amazon censored books critical of Covid-19 vaccines at the behest of the Biden administration.

With Biden’s approval at an all-time low, Democrats are scrambling for a reason for voters to re-elect him. They can’t point to the economy, the border, foreign policy, or crime numbers.

So, one of their biggest tactics has become obvious: prop up abortion. President Biden is using abortion as a last-ditch attempt to save his presidency.

As the United States plunges ever deeper into a fresh Middle East conflagration — this time fighting Iran-backed non-state actors, including Yemen’s Houthis and Shiite resistance groups in Syria and Iraq — its closest allies from the EU and NATO stand divided.

These divisions reflect a long-standing failure of the EU member states and institutions to speak with “one voice” on the Middle East.

The US is purposely blocking a Yemen peace deal that was negotiated between the Houthis and Saudi Arabia, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.

The US decision to re-designate the Houthis as “Specially Designated Global Terrorists” will block the payment of public sector workers living in Houthi-controlled Yemen, who have gone without pay for years.

The drone attack on Sunday that killed three U.S. service members at an outpost in Jordan near the Syria border is more likely to increase rather than decrease U.S. military involvement in the region.

In a revealing confrontation, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) has cast a spotlight on a troubling discrepancy within the Biden administration’s policy priorities, questioning the allocation of resources towards illegal immigrants over American veterans. The senator’s pressing of Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough lays bare a stark reality: as the nation grapples with an unprecedented surge in illegal border crossings, our veterans, who have laid everything on the line for our freedom, face neglect and prolonged waits for benefits and medical care.

Special counsel Robert Hur, who was appointed by Biden-appointed Attorney General Merrick Garland, will not be charging President Biden for mishandling classified documents, according to the Washington Post. 

Such charges are reserved only for Donald Trump. 

From The Washington Post, "DOJ report on Biden classified documents coming soon; no criminal charges":
 

Today’s Fascists

The fascist economic model was a hybrid form of capitalism, with a competitive free market at the shop-keeper level and government-supported cartels and oligopolies in major industries—Nazi Germany had 2,100 cartel agreements alone, most famously involving giants such as I.G. Farben in chemicals, Siemens and AEG in electricals, and Krupp in armaments.

Would-be rulers embrace a moronic oxymoron...

The Houthis stymie 12 percent of the world’s shipping. Israel has bitten off more than it can chew and is desperately trying to maneuver the U.S. into a broader Middle Eastern engagement and years of pointless war. In Europe, farmers and truckers are protesting and blocking roads over climate change measures and other grievances. In the U.S., a governor ignores a Supreme Court decision and receives support from 25 fellow governors.