In a move that has stirred international controversy, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has called for unlocking frozen Russian bank funds, proposing their redirection to support Ukraine. Addressing the Group of 20 finance ministers in Brazil, Yellen emphasized, “It is necessary and urgent for our coalition to find a way to unlock the value of these immobilized assets to support Ukraine’s continued resistance and long-term reconstruction.”
House Speaker Mike Johnson announced Friday the release of 5,000 additional hours of video from the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.
The additional video, equal to roughly 208 straight days of viewing, is being released by the House Administration Oversight Subcommittee.
"House Republicans again commend subcommittee Chairman Loudermilk and the entire Committee on House Administration for their ongoing commitment to ensuring that there is full transparency surrounding the events of January 6," Johnson said.
The release follows Johnson saying in November 2023 that he would make the January 6, 2021, tapes available to the American people and the release of an initial tranche of 90 hours of footage.
There seems to more video in addition to what is being released Friday, with the Administration committee vowing to "continue to release the remaining footage online as expeditiously as possible so that it is accessible to every American."
A former US ambassador to Bolivia has sensationally admitted to spying on America for Cuba for 40 years in one of the longest espionage plots the FBI has ever seen.
Victor Manuel Rocha was arrested in December in Miami and accused of collecting intelligence for the rogue communist state since 1981 after an undercover sting where he detailed his clandestine work for Havana and praised Fidel Castro.
The 73-year-old bragged to an FBI agent posing as a Cuban intelligence officer that the U.S. was 'the enemy' and that his decades-long assignment was a 'grand slam' that 'strengthened the revolution'.
In messages to the agent he called himself a representative of 'your friends in Havana' and detailed how he travelled to the island multiple times to meet his handlers in the Cuban intelligence service, the Dirección de Inteligencia.
Those flies are not going into human food, at this point. “Today, we’re focused on more of [an] ingredient application with insect protein than we are a consumer application,” said John R. Tyson, chief financial officer of Tyson Foods.
Oh, right, sure …
Insects are already showing up in your food, as well as your pet food. Do pay attention to the ingredients with everything you buy.
Real Americas Voice correspondent Ben Bergquam is currently in the Darién Gap between Colombia and Panama, reporting on the international human smuggling operation coordinated by the cartels, globalists, and the Biden Regime.
The Biden Regime is now granting asylum to illegal immigrants in South America and flying them by plane into the United States to arrive “as refugees who have already met the requirements and will be legally allowed to live and work in the U.S.,” according to the Associated Press.
Bergquam shared a photo of a group he discovered on Tuesday night showing “over 50 men from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, and Nepal, all being smuggled in the middle of the night.”
“Hold the United Nations, the NGOs, the Cartels and the Democrats accountable! #JoeBidenDidThis,” Bergquam said in a caption on X: