"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear." -- President Harry S. Truman

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The article by Ross Douthat was titled “The Question Is Not If Biden Should Step Aside. It’s How.”

Douthat began by pointing to the special counsel report released Thursday that found Biden had mishandled classified documents, but should not be charged, at least in part, because of his failing memory.

The report referred to him as an “elderly man with a poor memory” and “significant limitations.”

“Joe Biden should not be running for re-election,” Douthat’s article began. “That much was obvious well before the special prosecutor’s comments on the president’s memory lapses inspired a burst of age-related angst. And Democrats who are furious at the prosecutor have to sense that it will become only more obvious as we move deeper into an actual campaign.”

The writer explained that he does not necessarily believe that Biden is currently unfit for the presidency, but that he may not be during a second term.

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The Expose has previously reported that a powerful Westminster lobby group took money from an organisation with close ties to the State of Israel and that around 80% of Tory MPs are members of Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI), the largest funder of foreign trips for British politicians. However, it is not only the Tory government who have taken funds, as Keir Starmer’s cabinet has also been funded by pro-Israel lobbyists according to Declassified. 

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In a world where reality often seems stranger than fiction, the machinations behind global events can be an enigma wrapped in mystery.

One such intrigue revolves around Deagel.com, an obscure online entity known for its exhaustive data on military capabilities and eyebrow-raising depopulation forecasts for 2025.

We can reveal that recent findings appear to link Deagel directly to significant players on the world stage: The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)/ The Pentagon, and The Rockefeller Foundation.

And current real-world data on excess deaths in the West strongly suggest Deagel’s depopulation forecast is not just an estimation but in fact, a target that is on track to be hit thanks to the deadly effects of Covid-19 vaccination. 

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A special counsel was appointed to investigate Biden’s handling of top secret or confidential material. While it is unlikely he will face prosecution over this situation, his aides are fearing what will happen—if certain photos are revealed.

From Fox News:
President Biden’s team reportedly is fearing that photos included in Special Counsel Robert Hur’s imminent report on the handling of classified documents could impact his 2024 reelection bid.

The images could show how Biden stored classified materials, which were discovered in late 2022 in the garage of Biden’s Delaware home as well as in a private office. The classified documents were carried over from Biden’s time as former President Obama’s vice president…

Biden’s aides told Axios that they are fearful former President Trump’s campaign could use the photos against the Democrat incumbent ahead of their likely 2024 rematch.

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The Treasury Department has admitted that it helped law enforcement catch people involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol breach by urging banks to comb through the private transactions of customers using terms like “MAGA” and “Trump” as part of a surveillance scheme intended to fight money launderers but used to hunt Jan. 6-ers.

In January, The Epoch Times reported on allegations that the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN)—the U.S. Treasury Department’s financial crime-fighting unit—was accused of engaging in “pervasive financial surveillance” by circulating materials to banks that listed keywords that could be used to flag private financial transactions of potential Jan. 6 suspects for law enforcement.

The materials also allegedly included instructions to banks to use indicators that could include “the purchase of books (including religious texts)” and subscriptions to media containing “extremist views.”

The explosive allegations that FinCEN pushed banks to surveil the private transactions of their customers for suspicious charges based in part on political and religious expression prompted Republican lawmakers to demand answers.

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On Friday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the Israeli military to prepare a plan for the forced expulsion of Palestinians located in Rafah, the southernmost city in Gaza where over 1.3 million displaced civilians have taken refuge in tent cities. The announcement was met with howls of protest from political leaders and human rights groups around the world who understand that Israel is now implementing the final phase of its ethnic cleansing operation which began on October 7. Despite the public outcry and mounting opposition, Netanyahu is moving ahead with his plan to drive the non-Jewish population from their historic homeland in order to establish a permanent Jewish majority on Palestinian territory. This is from an article at Politico:

On Friday, Netanyahu announced he had ordered defense forces to “submit to the cabinet a dual plan for both evacuating the population and bringing down the battalions” ahead of an “intensive operation.”…

In preparation of the assault, Israeli forces have ramped up their airstrikes and shelling on the southern Gaza metropolis…. Netanyahu’s plans raised alarm among aid agencies and world leaders alike, who fear the consequences of a ground assault on a city already overcrowded with civilians…

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Wyomingites wanting to just grab a couple of friends and go target shooting could potentially be breaking the law if a federal bill introduced by a Massachusetts senator passes.

The Preventing Private Paramilitary Act of 2024 could potentially be used to ban just about any gun-related activity, Cody firearms instructor Bill Tallen told Cowboy State Daily.

“It would shut down even any three individuals going to the gun range to practice with firearms,” he said.

Supposedly Meant To Curb Extremism

The bill, U.S. Senate File 3589, was introduced last month by Sen. Edward Markey, D-Massachusetts.

The bill’s stated intent is curb or prevent the formation and activities of armed extremist groups. Numerous loosely organized groups calling themselves “militias” sprang up around the county in the 1990s, and some remain active.

Webmaster addition: Many of those 1990s militias were actually set up by the FBI, including Elohim City, made famous in the OK City bombing case.

There is, however, another issue. The text of the Second Amendment explicitly states the need for free states to have militias. 

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California was struck by 13 earthquakes in a span of just 25 minutes overnight, the National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed.

The first quake struck just after midnight on Monday, hitting northwest of El Centro - a city in the southern border region.

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) said the quake recorded a 4.8 magnitude and reportedly shook much of San Diego County.

The area was hit with a 4.5 aftershock just six minutes later, which was then followed by a series of smaller aftershocks, originating west of the Salton Sea.

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Ultra-progressive California Governor Gavin Newsom is in Las Vegas ahead of Super Bowl and is spending his time in Sin City hobnobbing with billionaires and Tom Brady, as speculation mounts that Joe Biden will stand down. 

On Friday, Newsom, 56, was a surprise guest at Fanatics billionaire Michael Rubin’s hot 100 luncheon at LAVO – a swanky restaurant at the upscale Palazzo hotel.

The restaurant, which bills itself as offering ‘authentic Italian flavors and unforgettable experiences’, specializes in seafood – including a lavish $225 ‘plateau grande’ that comes with an entire lobster and kaluga caviar.

Other specialties include a $99 ribeye, a $57 lobster and scallop linguine, a $72 rack of veal and a $54 roasted Chilean seabass.

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In 2023, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, a Democrat, enacted one of the most stringent gun control laws in the United States.

This legislation, which bans over 50 types of firearms, including popular rifles such as AR-15s and M-16s, has been followed by a surge in highway shootings in the state.

The Democratic Legislature is now considering several additional gun control bills. Meanwhile, more than a dozen shootings have been reported on state highways since the start of the year, according to KOMO News.

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In recent days, the political landscape has been dominated by the report from Special Counsel Robert Hur and President Joe Biden's response to it.

However, amid this flurry of news, one cannot overlook the statements made by White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, particularly as concerns about Biden's mental acuity intensify.

Jean-Pierre was twice questioned this week about some of Biden's perplexing moments. Initially, she was asked to comment on the President's claim that he had spoken to Francois Mitterand and Helmut Kohl in 2021 at a G7 meeting, despite both leaders having passed away years ago.

In response to this, Jean-Pierre stated, "It is not uncommon" for public figures to misspeak about names. This response, however, is questionable. It is indeed uncommon for most people to confuse Mitterand with Emmanuel Macron or mistake Helmut Kohl for Angela Merkel. While everyone is prone to misspeaking, Biden's continual confusion raises concerns.

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The Democratic Party is railing over the conference President Joe Biden held on Thursday. According to The Daily Wire, several top Democratic politicians have called the event a disaster for the president.

During the press conference held as a response to the released report from Special Counsel Robert Hur’s criminal investigation into Biden’s handling of classified material, Biden blasted Hur for suggesting he is suffering a cognitive decline.

In addition to slamming Hur for stating that Biden had forgotten major life events such as the death of his son or his time as vice president in the Obama administration, Biden also lashed out at reporters who brought up voters’ concerns about his age and mental state.

During the event, Biden mixed up Egypt and Mexico presidents and forgot crucial details from the special counsel’s report. He also reportedly forgot the name of the church where his late son Beau got the rosary he wears everyday while trying to prove that the memory of his deceased son remains etched in his brain.

Webmaster addition: One issue that nobody has raised yet is that dementia patients can have sudden outbursts of panic or anger. And lately we have seen Joe Biden yell at reporters. This is a problem. As Tom Clancy wrote, "When Presidents get angry, people die!"

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The Republican Party of Florida has officially endorsed former President Donald Trump for the 2024 election.

The endorsement took place at the Florida GOP annual meeting on Friday, as reported by Florida's Voice. This announcement comes on the heels of Trump's impressive victories in several early state primaries, where he nearly doubled his support in the Nevada GOP caucus.

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