Far-left billionaire George Soros is once again meddling in the United States presidential election in support of the Democrat Party. The controversial philanthropist has donated more than $300,000 to an "army of Gen-Z TikTokers" to get them to praise President Biden and push extreme-left policies such as defunding the police, ending cash bail, and abolishing federal border enforcement agencies.
The New York Post reports that Soros' Open Society Foundation granted the nonprofit Accelerate Action Inc. $5.5 million in 2020 and 2021, according to tax filings. Accelerate Action Inc. then provided at least $300,000 to Gen Z for Change, another nonprofit with a network of 500 "activists, organizers, and creators," in 2022.
Gen Z for Change, which was formerly known as "TikTok for Biden," organizes its network of influencers to create videos that slam conservatives and support Democrat policies such as gun control, racial justice, illegal immigration, climate change, and anti-police legislation.
However, the nonprofit doesn't just use Chinese-owned and operated TikTik for their activism. According to its website, Gen Z for Change mobilizes "a network of influential users across TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, who together have access to over 500 million people."
President Biden and his administration utilize the nonprofit as woke foot soldiers of the Democrat Party.
On Friday, Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey and his wife, Nadine Arslanian Menendez, were indicted on bribery charges.
The pair have been accused of receiving bribes in order to exert influence that benefited the nation of Egypt, as well as three local associates and businessmen, Wael Hana, Jose Uribe, and Fred Daibes, all of whom are also listed as defendants in the case.
According to the Department of Justice, Menendez and his wife "agreed to and did accept hundreds of thousands of dollars of bribes in exchange for using Menendez's power and influence as a Senator to seek to protect and enrich Hana, Uribe, and Daibes, and to benefit the Arab Republic of Egypt."
The bribes included "cash, gold, payments toward a home mortgage, compensation for a low-or-no-show job, a luxury vehicle, and other things of value."
Menendez allegedly "provided sensitive US Government information and took other steps that secretly aided the Government of Egypt," and "improperly advised and pressured an official at the United States Department of Agriculture for the purpose of protecting a business monopoly granted to Hana by Egypt and used in part to fund the bribes being paid to Menendez" via his wife.
A visibly frail Joe Biden told donors the same story twice within minutes “word for word” according to the White House Press Pool.
The disturbing moment occurred during an intimate fundraising event in Manhattan.
“After briefly touting his economic record, POTUS reflected on his decision to seek the presidency. He told the story about the events of Charlottesville in 2017 as the reason for his campaign. A few minutes later, he told the story again, nearly word for word,” wrote Politico’s Jonathan Lemire.
Republican presidential candidate and former U.N. ambassador and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley told a group in New Hampshire that while she is “unapologetically pro-life,” the “fellas” have been “demonizing” the issue of abortion for “too long” and “it is time that we start treating it like the sensitive topic that it is.”
Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) responded this week to a Daily Wire report about a land developer in Texas who has created an expansive settlement north of Houston where thousands of illegal immigrants are believed to have settled, saying that Democrats “must stop” creating the incentives that are causing the problem.m.
Billionaire and X, formerly known as Twitter, owner Elon Musk on Thursday accused news outlets of ignoring the crisis along the southern border because they were "instructed" not to cover it.
FOX News national correspondent Bill Melugin posted on social media how local news networks are covering the migrant crisis more than other national news networks.
"Watching the TVs at gym in Eagle Pass. Every single local news station in the San Antonio market, both English & Spanish, are leading their shows and have much of their A blocks centered on the border crisis and the mass illegal crossing in Eagle Pass today," he wrote. "National networks were MIA at the bridge today, other than @FoxNews."
Writing in Newsweek magazine, Lt. Col. Daniel Davis, Senior Fellow at Defense Priorities think tank, acknowledged what Gateway Pundit has been reporting for months: That Ukraine’s “summer offensive” is “producing little to no meaningful progress toward the objective of evicting Russia from Ukraine’s territory,” even as “American politicians, generals, and pundits continue advocating for open-ended support to Kyiv in their war against Russia.”
It was not clear why anyone would want to “Hide the Truth” about the US taxpayer-funded border dispute in distant Eastern Europe.
“Despite great hopes for a rapid success, Ukraine’s months-in-the-making offensive has sputtered from the outset”, Davis writes, noting that “That shouldn’t have surprised anyone in the White House.”
Two months before the start of the offensive, Davis warned that “Zelensky’s troops—with little to no air power and a dearth in artillery ammunition—could suffer egregious casualties while gaining little,” he says. “Five days later, The Washington Post revealed the contents of a leaked Top Secret U.S. intelligence assessment which likewise predicted the Ukrainian offensive would probably fall ‘well short’ of expectations, and that ‘enduring Ukrainian deficiencies in training and munitions supplies probably will strain progress and exacerbate casualties during the offensive.’”
Former President Trump announced his plans to carry out "the largest domestic deportation operation in American history" if he is elected to a second term in the White House.
Trump, who leads the 2024 Republican primary field by a massive margin, delivered a speech in Dubuque, Iowa Wednesday evening, blasting President Biden for the "nation-wrecking catastrophe on our southern border."
"Under my leadership, we had the most secure border in U.S. history. Now, we have the worst border in the history of the world," Trump said Wednesday— the same day that more than 4,000 predominantly Venezuelan adult illegal migrants crossed the border into Texas.
Trump, in Iowa, said that if elected, his second term would begin by "immediately" terminating "every Open Borders policy of the Biden Administration."
A surge in lab-grown diamonds flooding the market, coupled with a decline in luxury spending, has forced Russian mining giant Alrosa PJSC to temporarily suspend rough diamond sales to prevent prices from crashing further.
All Democrats do to win elections….other than rigging and fixing them with mail-in ballots…no Voter ID…ballot harvesting…ballot drop boxes…no signature match…dirty voter rolls that haven’t been cleaned in years…illegal aliens voting by the millions…and counting fake ballots for days beyond Election Day…
Other than all of that…
Democrats win elections by bribing the voters. It’s called “Highway Bribery.” They bribe the poor with welfare, food stamps, free healthcare and a hundred other government handouts.
They bribe illegal aliens with open borders, no deportation, lots of welfare, free healthcare and free school for their kids.
And they bribe young voters by erasing student loan debt. This is the craziest bribe of them all. Students beg for a loan to attend college, sign personally, agree to pay it back, and now it’s all erased- with the implicit understanding they will vote Democrat as a thank you. And of course, they do.
I say two can play at that game.
If President Trump and GOP candidates up and down the ticket play it right…with my idea…we will win a sweep of all major offices in 2024…even with rigged elections. Because Democrats cannot overcome a landslide.
Democrats bribe young voters. It’s time for Trump and Republicans to play the same game- except aim our bribery at Americans who actually earned it (senior citizens). So, my idea is not actually bribery. It’s a reward for a lifetime of hard work and sacrifice.
Here is the idea. President Trump, please announce if you are elected in 2024, you will lead the fight to end all taxes on Social Security. Announce this fight will be your #1 priority.
The CDC has just quietly admitted that over 99% of reported “Covid deaths” were faked in order to scare the public into taking the experimental Covid jab.
Newly released data from the CDC reveals that most recorded fatalities that were blanket-blamed on Covid were caused by something else.
According to the CDC’s Covid dashboard, just 1.7% of the 324 “Covid deaths” registered in the week ending August 19 had Covid as the primary cause of death.
Disturbingly, the vast majority of people who were labeled as “Covid deaths” actually died of other causes such as cancer and heart disease – many of which could have been caused by the Covid jab itself.
Slaynews.com reports: Separate data from the agency shows that, so far in August, the largest cause of death in the U.S. has been cancer, followed by heart disease.
This latest admission from the CDC means that only a fraction of the claimed number of American lives are being lost directly to the virus each week.
According to the CDC’s own data, 99 percent of “Covid deaths” have been faked.
I was on financial journalist Charles Payne’s show recently talking about the progressive collapse of the once-great city of New York. Charles brought up parallels with Edward Gibbon's classic book on the Fall of Rome.
What led to this was New York announcing it would cut police funding to spend $12 billion on an apparently endless flood of migrants. Migrants who have been pulled in by open borders and generous benefits including being put up at luxury hotels at taxpayer expense, apparently forever.
Zooming out, late Rome is almost a perfect fit for New York. What was once the greatest engine of prosperity in the world, of history-changing innovation, a global center of culture, has now become a crumbling parody of itself.
A two-tier society with obscene wealth at the top fueled largely by parasitic finance. Set against a rapidly growing lower class living in progressive misery and insecurity.
The Adams administration is currently challenging the “right to shelter” rule in the state Supreme Court, arguing they need to turn some people away because the city’s resources have already buckled with the arrival of more than 110,000 asylum seekers since spring 2022.
Legal Aid, however, has challenged the push, claiming, in part, that it would only result in more people sleeping on Gotham’s streets.
Arizona Republican Kari Lake will be announcing sometime shortly that she’s running for U.S. Senate.
Lake, a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, has been hinting at a run for months. She’s been active in national politics since her loss in the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial race, and she’s headlining events in Iowa and Michigan this week.
“Her interest has largely frozen the GOP field for the seat, which is currently held by Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.). Blake Masters, the state’s 2022 Senate nominee, appears to be lingering on the sidelines after preparing to enter the race in September,” Politico reported.
“There is no specific date set for Lake’s launch but it will almost certainly come in October, according to a person familiar with her plans who was granted anonymity to speak candidly. The Arizona race is a crucial swing state that could determine control of the Senate. Sinema’s switch to become an independent last year roiled the race for her seat. She has not said whether or not she will seek reelection and Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego already launched a Senate campaign,” the outlet added.
Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul said he would move to hold up any spending bill providing more money to Ukraine as the deadline for Congress to fund the federal government approaches.
Paul, a frequent critic of foreign aid, announced on Wednesday that he would not allow an expedited funding bill that includes financial support for Ukraine to make it quickly through the Senate.
“Today I’m putting congressional leadership & [Joe Biden] on notice that I will oppose any effort to hold the federal government hostage for Ukraine funding. I will not consent to expedited passage of any spending measure that provides any more US aid to Ukraine,” he said.
In an op-ed published on Wednesday, Paul said he had concerns over what approving more aid would do to the national debt and voiced skepticism about U.S. strategy and interests in Ukraine.
In a fiery post shared Monday on X, formerly Twitter, Hollywood star John Cusack launched a scathing critique of Democrat Party elites.
The 57-year-old actor, best known for iconic roles in films such as “Say Anything” and “High Fidelity,” accused the party of abandoning the working class and “creating the precise conditions for fascism to flourish.”
“They have played a major part in creating the precise conditions for fascism to flourish – Obama corporatist democrats – are to the right of Richard Nixon on domestic policy – Don’t believe me – look it up – and Dems have sold out the working class for decades,” Cusack remarked.
The Pentagon will exempt its Ukraine operations from a potential shutdown if lawmakers can’t agree on a deal to fund the government by the end of the month, allowing key training and other activities in support of Kyiv’s forces to move ahead uninterrupted, according to a Defense Department spokesperson.
Washington is more resigned to the looming government shutdown every day. As the Sept. 30 deadline approaches, congressional leaders showed little progress this week in moving a stopgap funding bill to avert that scenario. The House was in chaos on Thursday as a group of GOP hardliners tanked a vote that could have offered a path to fund the government.
But if lawmakers fail to reach an agreement and government appropriations lapse, DOD has decided to continue activities supporting Ukraine, DOD spokesperson Chris Sherwood told POLITICO Thursday — just hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Joint Chiefs Chair Gen. Mark Milley and other senior leaders at the Pentagon.
Attorney Edward Berkovich submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stating, “I request emails sent by and received by Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky, Sherri A. Berger, and Kevin Griffis (all of whom are CDC personnel) on dates beginning February 1, 2021 through May 31, 2021, containing the word myocarditis.” DailyClout reported on the initial 472-page production from that FOIA on August 29, 2023.
Mr. Berkovich recently received 46 additional pages, over 80% of which were fully redacted, involving other government entities such as the White House and Executive Office of the President, as part of this production. Of the 46 pages, only two pages were released without any redactions. Seven pages were partially redacted pages, and 37 pages were fully redacted. The redactions were “pursuant to 5 U.S.C. §552 Exemptions 5 and 6.” According to the CDC cover letter accompanying this production:
“Exemption 5 protects inter-agency or intra-agency memorandums or letters which would not be available by law to a party other than an agency in litigation with the agency. Exemption 5 therefore incorporates the privileges that protect materials from discovery in litigation, including the deliberative process, attorney work-product, and attorney-client privileges. Information withheld under this exemption was protected under the deliberative process and presidential communications privileges.
The deliberative process privilege protects the decision-making process of government agencies. The deliberative process privilege protects materials that are both predecisional and deliberative. The information that have been withheld under the deliberative process privilege of Exemption 5 are both predecisional and deliberative, and do not represent formal or informal agency policies or decisions. Examples of information withheld include recommendations, comments, opinions. The presidential communications privilege protects documents solicited and received by the President or his immediate White House advisers who have broad and significant responsibility for investigating and formulating the advice to be given to the President.“
“Exemption 6 protects information in personnel and medical files and similar files when disclosure would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. The information that has been withheld under Exemption 6 consists of personal information, such as a telephone number. We have determined that the individual(s) to whom this information pertains has a substantial privacy interest in withholding it.”
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has issued a second subpoena to FBI Special Agent Elvis Chan, after a scheduled Sept. 15 interview 'fell through,' (the FBI sent him somewhere) according to the Daily Caller, which obtained a letter from Jordan.
Chan, the primary conduit between the FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force (FITF) and social mediua platforms leading up to the 2020 US election (aka the Hunter Biden damage control operation), appears to have lied under oath about his meetings with tech companies regarding the laptop story.
Newly released images from a government investigation have revealed the squalid conditions of the country's military barracks.
Images of overflowing sewage flowing through bathrooms, moldy ceilings and pest infected bedrooms show the poor quality housing for the serving military despite an annual Pentagon budget of $831 billion.
The shocking report, titled 'Poor Living Conditions Undermine Quality of Life and Readiness' was released after an investigation conducted by the non-partisan Government Accountability Office.
The investigation, conducted over 10 military bases in California, Colorado, Texas, and D.C, also revealed broken windows, busted A.C. units, black mold.
Investigators concluded that the Pentagon simply does not know where its money is being spent.
Apple has released emergency security patches for its core products just days after rolling out brand new versions of their operating systems.
On Thursday, the company updated iOS 17/iPadOS 17 and WatchOS 10 with fixes aimed at squashing several zero-day vulnerabilities that could leave a device open to malicious attacks. On its support pages for the iOS/iPadOS updates and the WatchOS update, Apple revealed that the vulnerabilities may have been actively exploited on versions prior to iOS 16.7.
iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch owners are urged to update their devices with this latest round of security fixes. On your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings, select General, tap Software Updates, and then tap the Update Now button. For an Apple Watch, open the Watch app on your phone. At the My Watch tab, head to General, select Software Update, and install the latest update.
The United States will provide an additional $116 million in humanitarian aid for Myanmar, Bangladesh and the surrounding region to support Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a statement on Thursday.
With this new funding, the United States' total assistance for those affected by the crisis in Myanmar, Bangladesh, and the region totals more than $2.2 billion since August 2017, when over 740,000 Rohingya fled genocide, Blinken said.
Webmaster addition:When did the American taxpayer become the piggy bank for the rest of the world?
Bulgarian police on Thursday scuffled with supporters of the ultra-nationalist Vazrazhdane (Revival) party protesting against the policies of the pro-Western government, calling for the government to resign and for the closure of NATO military bases.
Hundreds of protesters opposing the EU member's support for Ukraine in its war with Russia gathered in front of the parliament building, waving Bulgarian and Russian national flags, blowing whistles and demanding an early election in the country which has gone through five polls in the past two years.
Many shouted "Resignation", while fully equipped riot police protected the government buildings, including the defence ministry at which some protesters threw eggs.
Bulgaria, which has sent arms to Ukraine, lifted its ban on Ukrainian grains last week.