Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) called for Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) to be expelled from the U.S. Senate on Friday as now-former Rep. George Santos (R-NY) was expelled from the U.S. House of Representatives.
On November 18, 2023, CNN aired a report by journalist Jake Tapper. The report claims to provide testimonies on “rape crimes” against Israeli women that allegedly took place on October 7, 2023. Within a few hours of the publication of the CNN report, an international media campaign by Israel and pro-Israeli groups was launched. Other media outlets, including The Washington Post, based their reporting on CNN’s report. Feminist activists and groups who have been calling for a ceasefire in Gaza were also targeted as part of this campaign. Samantha Pearson, the director of the Sexual Assault Centre at the University of Alberta in Canada, was fired from her job a few hours after the airing of the report. She had signed a letter on October 25 that stated that the accusation that Palestinians were guilty of sexual violence remains “unverified.” The letter did not say that sexual violence did not occur but that there was no sufficient evidence yet to support these accusations.
It started with a trickle earlier in the year, and quickly became a flood.
Famed billionaire George Soros and his son, Alex, first signaled their support for President Joe Biden by giving relatively modest donations to his re-election campaign during the second quarter of 2023, Fox News reported.
The two each sent $6,600 — the maximum individual amount allowed under the federal elections cap — to Biden’s re-election committee on June 30, according to the report, which cited filing records.
It was their first official donation to the 2024 Biden presidential re-election campaign.
But there’s more where that came from — much more.
This week marked a momentous breakout for gold, achieving all-time highs and carrying profound implications for the precious metals market. The strength of this breakout, closing the week and the month with authority, suggests a significant shift in market dynamics.
The days of World Economic Forum (WEF) co-founder Klaus Schwab may be numbered.
Pascal Najadi, the son of fellow WEF co-founder Hussain Najadi, is speaking out as a whistleblower against the current top dog at the globalist foundation, accusing him and other leaders of "crimes against humanity."
Najadi says the crimes of Schwab and his buddies are so great that there needs to be an immediate arrest of both Schwab and other WEF executives such as Bill Gates, as well as the leaders of the World Health Organization (WHO), Big Pharma, and Big Tech.
Defaults by Chinese borrowers have surged to an unprecedented level since the Covid pandemic as the country faces huge economic challenges.
Official records now show a staggering 8.54 million people in China, primarily between the ages of 18 and 59, are officially blacklisted for missing payments on various financial obligations, ranging from home mortgages to business loans.
This figure has sharply risen from 5.7 million defaulters in early 2020, as lockdowns and economic restrictions stemming from the pandemic significantly impacted economic growth and household incomes.
Omer Muhammad, 34, was in France posing for photos by the Eiffel Tower just before he was seen crossing the English Channel in a small boat packed with migrants. Footage posted on social media now shows Mr Muhammad grinning as he sprays a wad of cash in his free hotel in Derby. The video, originally posted on Mr Muhammad's TikTok account, is accompanied by rap music and shows the migrant throwing the money on the floor, sitting in it and dancing. Another clip filmed by Mr Muhammad showed a Border Force cutter arriving to rescue migrants and take them to the UK.
Trump didn’t incite anyone to do anything illegal or violent. He told people who where going to the rally at the capitol to stay peaceful. The crowd had been infiltrated by people who were not the normal Republicans that he got at his rallies.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley: There is nothing more foundational to our democracy than the freedom of speech. And one court after another has found the Biden Administration systematically violated it. For political gain. Enough is enough.
John Turscak, a 52-year-old inmate at the Federal Correctional Institution in Tucson, Arizona, has been identified as the man accused of stabbing Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the death of George Floyd.
Turscak, who has been charged with attempted murder, is a former FBI informant, the Los Angeles Times reports.
In 1997, while a member of the Mexican Mafia prison gang, Turscak was recruited by the FBI. His cooperation led to the indictment of over 40 members and associates of the Mexican Mafia, according to the newspaper. However, Turscak's relationship with the FBI ended when he confessed to extorting money, dealing drugs, and authorizing assaults while being paid as an informant.
Portland, Maine, the state's largest city, is grappling with a dual crisis as an influx of undocumented immigrants has led to overcrowded homeless shelters and burgeoning tent cities, where crime and open drug use are rampant.
This situation is a stark reminder that the issues at the border are not confined to the border regions.
Between January and April, the city received over 1,000 migrants, many of whom have been provided with housing and public resources, according to city officials. At present, approximately 225 tents constitute Portland's homeless encampments. Individuals residing in these encampments, along with a homeless advocate, have expressed to the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) that the city lacks sufficient resources to address both issues.
The Taliban’s appointment of a new ambassador to China, Bilal Karimi, heralds a significant realignment in Afghanistan’s international relations. This appointment is not just any diplomatic maneuver; it’s a strategic chess move in a complex game of power, influence, and survival. Karimi’s arrival in Beijing, the first such instance since the Taliban reclaimed power over two years ago, is a bold statement of intent, showcasing the group’s relentless pursuit of legitimacy and economic support in the face of global isolation.
Bilal Karimi, a relatively young and inexperienced figure in the realm of diplomacy, embodies the Taliban’s new face in this unfolding diplomatic saga. His presence in Beijing, welcomed by China’s special envoy for Afghan affairs Yue Xiaoyong, marks a critical juncture. Karimi’s appointment and the warm reception he received from Chinese officials speak volumes about China’s strategic patience and long-term vision in Afghanistan, a nation long plagued by conflict and instability.
Even Israeli experts call it “a textbook case of genocide.” Those are the exact words of Raz Siegal, an Israeli historian and professor of Holocaust and genocide studies at Stockton University. On October 16, Siegal told Democracy Now:
We have to understand that the U.N. Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide from 1948 requires that we see special intent for genocide to happen. And to quote the convention, intent to destroy a group is defined as racial, ethnic, religious or national as such that is collectively, not just individuals. And this intent, as we just heard, is on full display by Israeli politicians and army officers since October 7th. We heard Israel’s president. It’s well-known what Defense Minister Yoav Gallant said on October 9th declaring a complete siege on Gaza, cutting off water, food, fuel, stating that “We’re fighting human animals,” and we will react “accordingly.” He also said that “We will eliminate everything.” We know that Israeli army spokesperson Daniel Hagari, for example, acknowledged wanton destruction and said explicitly, “The emphasis is on damage and not on accuracy.” So we’re seeing the special intent on full display.
And it isn’t just Israelis who are guilty. Leaders of Western countries have given the Gaza Holocaust their full backing. On Saturday, October 7, even as Israeli tanks, rockets, and helicopter gunships were mass-murdering hundreds of Israeli civilian prisoners alongside dozens of their Hamas captors, US President Joe Biden condemned as “unconscionable” the “appalling terrorist attacks” and encouraged what would become genocidal Israeli “retaliation.”