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The Supreme Court on Friday listed several high-profile election lawsuits for consideration at its mid-February conference.
The cases include challenges to the 2020 election from Trump-aligned lawyers Lin Wood and Sidney Powell, as well as Republican Rep. Mike Kelly’s Pennsylvania lawsuit. Nearly every lawsuit takes issue with the expanded use of mail-in ballots by many states.
The decision came after the court declined to fast-track all election-related litigation in early January.
A man has been arrested after he was able to make his way to the flight line at Joint Base Andrews and enter a military aircraft a day before President Biden was set to depart the base for Delaware, the Air Force said.
After gaining unauthorized access to the base, the man was able to enter a C-40 airline transport jet assigned to the 89th Airlift Wing, according to a statement.
A White House official said the man wasn’t found near the location of the Boeing 747 that Biden will use and will be called Air Force One when the president is on board. Any Air Force aircraft carrying a sitting president is automatically la
TOXIC ‘COVER-UP’ Lead & arsenic found in BABY FOOD as Walmart is slammed for ‘hiding’ levels of toxic heavy metals in products
In November 2019, the Oversight Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy requested internal documents and test results from seven of the largest manufacturers of baby food in the US.
The companies included both makers of organic and conventional products such as Nurture – which sells Happy Family Organics – and Walmart – which sells baby food products through its private brand Parent’s Choice.
A congressional report published on Thursday said that four of the companies – Nurture, Beech-Nut, Hain, and Gerber – shared documents with the Subcommittee.
Walmart, Campbell, and Sprout Organic Foods, however, refused to cooperate with the investigation, raising concerns that their products may contain high levels of toxic heavy metals, the subcommittee said.
Today we begin with an investigation regarding the Covid-19 vaccine shortages.
There are serious questions about an incorrect claim made by top scientists at CDC: the nation’s premiere public health institute. Critics call it misinformation.
CDC chalks it up to an “honest mistake.”
Whatever it is, it resulted in vaccines going to some who are said to need it the least depriving others who are said to need it the most.
Pilot and billionaire tech entrepreneur Jared Isaacman shares insight on the upcoming SpaceX mission.
Wisconsin Chick-fil-A employee gifts car to colleague who was riding bike to work: ‘Not a second thought’
Winters are chilly in the Green Bay State, and Hokule’a Taniguchi’s bicycle was her only mode of transportation to the chicken chain, Fox 11 reports.
The 19-year-old had been peddling from her Neenah home to the Appleton restaurant — about a 7-mile bike ride each way.
The restaurant staff celebrated their Christmas party in January, where some epic prizes were raffled off, including a white Hyundai.
Several Wisconsin teachers have been suspended after having middle-schoolers determine punishments for slaves for an assignment given at the start of Black History Month.
The school eventually apologized to backlash from parents over the controversial coursework, which it has deemed a “gross error in judgment,” Newsweek reported.
The history lesson asked sixth-graders at Patrick Marsh Middle School how they’d penalize a slave who had “disrespected his master” by telling him, ‘You are not my master.'”
It aimed to illustrate the politics of ancient Mesopotamia by having the students apply an ancient law called Hammurabi’s Code to various situations, NBC 15 reported. The schoolwork said such a disobedient servant would be executed.
Parents were not pleased with the assignment.
TIME Mag: “Trump Was Right. There WAS A Conspiracy”… “Well-Funded Cabal, Powerful People Changing Laws, Steering Media And Controlling The Flow Of Information.”
The article even confirms both The National Pulse’s reporting on former Obama lawyer Ian Bassin, as well as Revolver.news’s assertion of the involvement of Norm Eisen in what amounted to a major admission of a globalist set up to leverage the coronavirus, mail-in voting, and corporate interest to oust President Trump from office.
In a 6500-word article, author Molly Ball lays out how it all happened:
Ramon Medina, 61, was charged in a 34-count criminal complaint that alleges widespread corruption, including soliciting and receiving bribes, misappropriation of public funds, and embezzlement over a three-year period.
The former mayor and councilmember was charged with soliciting bribes, conspiracy, embezzlement, failing to file campaign statements, grand theft, misappropriation of public funds, and other crimes.
Martinez, 57, and Mango, 48, are charged with multiple counts of theft, misuse of funds, embezzlement, and conspiracy. According to the complaint, the pair are accused of attempting to sell three properties intended for affordable housing to an individual for less than half of their fair-market value, for use as a 24/7 bingo hall.
Exclusive: The TCF Center Election Fraud – New Video Shows Late Night Deliveries of Tens of Thousands of Illegal Ballots to Michigan Arena:
This is video proof of the fraud in Detroit, Michigan. It is exactly as the GOP observers described it to us back in November!
Among the products seized by U.S. customs officials were over 12.7 million counterfeit masks, 177,356 COVID-19 test kits prohibited by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and 38,098 FDA-prohibited chloroquine tablets.
The effectiveness of the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine and its closely-related chloroquine in treating symptoms of COVID-19, which is caused by the CCP virus (commonly known as the novel coronavirus), is of much debate.
The FDA currently has a database listing fraudulent COVID-19 products, including test kits. The list contains company names and the names of their products.
Tucker Carlson host warns anyone can be considered a ‘domestic extremist.’
‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host on the media’s reaction to lawmaker’s account of her experience of Capitol riot.
A perfect storm of events has the Biden administration’s Customs and Border Protection on its heels in parts of Texas, forcing the agency to begin releasing newly arrived illegal immigrants back into U.S. cities as part of a policy known as “catch and release.”
It raises concerns the Biden administration’s softer, more welcoming approach will trigger a wave of migrants from Central America that could overwhelm the agency’s limited detention capacity.
The move has raised two concerns. Unlike those arriving at airports from abroad, illegal immigrants do not arrive with a negative COVID test and CBP does not test unless symptoms are obvious.
So even though officials know nothing about the migrants’ travel or medical history, they’re being dropped off at the nearest bus station and could be spreading the virus.
Sens. Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) later introduced an amendment that would prohibit illegal immigrants from receiving Economic Impact Payments, or direct payments from the government.
The amendment passed with support from eight Democrats.
But 42 went on the record indicating support for sending payments to people in the country illegally, including Senate Budget Chairman Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), and newly elected Sens. Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.) and Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.).
Democratic Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips apologized Thursday for a display of “privilege” during the January 6 riot at the Capitol.
Sponsored by state Sen. Nancy Barto, R-Phoenix, Senate Bill 1457 would make it a felony for an abortionist to abort an unborn baby because he or she was diagnosed with a genetic disorder.
Exceptions would be allowed if the mother’s life is at risk. Arizona already prohibits discriminatory abortions because of an unborn baby’s race or sex.
Capitol Media Services reports the bill passed the state Senate Judiciary Committee with Republicans voting in favor and Democrats against.
Testifying prior to the vote, Arizona mother Kristin Plamondon encouraged lawmakers to protect children like her son Carter who has Down syndrome.
Laura Ingraham highlights president’s plans to purge military of conservatives.
The proponents of the recall effort hope to hit 2 million signatures by March 17th, but only 1.5 million are needed to trigger a mid-year election.
The recall campaign of the Democratic governors was launched by Orrin Heatlie, Chairman of The California Patriot Coalition, but other groups have joined the effort – including Republican Congressional hopeful Joe Collins, who launched a 28-day “Recall Road Trip” earlier this week.
Collins will visit 16 cities appealing to Californians frustrated with the Democratic governor’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. He will collect signatures.
US foreign policy shifts-away from Mideast; Paris urges new Iran’ nuclear-deal-TV7 Israel News 05.02
1) In a first foreign-policy address at the U.S. State Department, President Joe Biden fails to mention Israel all-together.
2) France emphasizes the crucial need to renegotiate a nuclear agreement with Iran based on new realities – despite Iranian objections.
3) Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar emphasizes Ankara’s will to “make necessary contributions to solve the matters” with Greece.
The woman, named in media as Irmgard F and who lives in a care home in Pinneberg near Hamburg, is charged in relation to “more than 10,000 cases”.
She was secretary to the SS commandant of Stutthof, a brutal camp near modern-day Gdansk, where about 65,000 prisoners died during World War Two.
It is unclear if she will face trial. Her role is still being studied.
Exposing How Antifa Tricks Liberals to Fund Violent Radicals (Pt.3)| Andy Ngo | MEDIA | Rubin Report
”Why have media institutions like the New York Times been sympathetic to Antifa’s mission?” and “How is Antifa allowed to do it’s fundraising out in the open?”
In this clip Andy shares the various scare tactics that Antifa uses to intimidate and silence it’s critics. He describes what a “cyberswarm” is and how it has been used to intimidate him as well as Portland mayor Ted Wheeler.
Andy shares how the Portland Police have done virtually nothing to protect him, even when he has been able to identify those involved in threatening him. Andy also sheds light on how Antifa use crowdfunding sites like gofundme to raise money for getting Antifa criminals out on bail.
He also shows how groups like the Minnesota Freedom fund have used donations from prominent Democrats like Vice President Kamala Harris to get violent offenders released quickly. Andy also shares why Antifa will not stop just because Trump is out of office. As their own signs say “we don’t want Biden, we want revenge”.
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