In a recent town hall appearance, Republican presidential candidate Mike Pence made a concerning statement that should give every American pause.
Pence told NewsNation host Leland Vittert that if Ukraine fails to repel the Russian invasion, the U.S. military might have to step in under the NATO Treaty.
“I’m convinced that if the Ukrainian military doesn’t stop and repel that Russian invasion, it’s not going to be too long before that Russian army crosses a border that our men and women in uniform are going to have to go and fight (for) under our NATO Treaty. I truly believe it,” Pence said.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Friday that President Joe Biden will not consider commuting or pardoning his son, Hunter Biden, if he is convicted of the crimes he is accused of committing.
A new global warming-inspired video from Apple that promotes the company's green ideology is being blasted for its comment that can be read as a suggestion that humans be eliminated.
In fact, all "carbon," which includes living things.
Humans, in fact, are a carbon-based life form.
Only Zoology states, "Carbon is the most important element of life. About 18% mass composition of the human body is composed of carbon. … Carbon is a prominent structural element of the various important molecules like carbohydrates, fats, nucleic acids, and proteins in our body. Not only humans but Carbon is also a primary component of all known life on Earth. Carbon represents approximately 45–50% of all dry biomass on earth."
Many users were upset when their search on Threads for content related to “COVID” and “vaccines” was met with a blank screen and a pop-up redirecting them to the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“Zuck treats users like children. He gets to decide what they will see and talk about. This is reason alone enough to reject Threads and embrace X,” said Michael Robertson, a tech CEO, in a post on X.
Meta confirmed its search policy restrictions in a press statement, saying that the text platform is blocking users from searching for words that could bring up “sensitive” posts, for now.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) subpoenaed an FBI agent accused of coordinating suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story after the Justice Department prevented the agent from appearing for a transcribed interview with lawmakers.
House Republicans are investigating the Biden administration’s response to the deadly Maui fires, questioning aspects of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s handling of the catastrophe which left nearly 100 people dead and dozens missing,
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and other New York Democrats were shouted down during a press conference on Friday while speaking to constituents about the flood of illegal aliens that have hit the streets of New York City.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) slammed the U.S. Department of Justice late this week for the charges it brought against President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, arguing that special counsel David Weiss effectively insulated the White House.
Mayoral candidate John Gomes’ campaign released a damning video on Saturday showing evidence of election fraud in the recent Bridgeport Democratic primary. The video has prompted an investigation by the Bridgeport Police Department for “possible misconduct.”
The video on the Gomes campaign’s Facebook page shows a woman dropping stacks of ‘illegal’ ballots into an absentee ballot box outside the Bridgeport government center, where the city’s Registrar of Voters office is located, CT Mirror reported.
The Gomes campaign was able to identify the woman in the footage as Wanda Geter-Pataky, the Vice Chairwoman of the Democratic Town Clerk and a vocal supporter of incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim, who is seeking reelection. Gomes’ campaign claims that the video shows Geter-Pataky dropping off stacks of absentee ballots ahead of the September 12th primary.
“Video surveillance proving that the mayoral election was unequivocally stolen through corruption within City Hall by tampering with absentee ballots,” John Gomes said on his Facebook page.
The foreign-born population of the United States is reaching record highs under the Biden administration.
Those from outside of the country amounted to 46 million people as of 2022, up nearly one million from the year before, according to Census Bureau data reviewed by NPR.
That’s an all-time record in terms of population, and as a percentage of the population.
The overall percentage of the national population that is foreign-born increased to 13.9 percent.
Webmaster addition: It is important to understand there is no actual law stating that children born in the US of illegal immigrant parents is a US citizen. The idea came from notes made by a Supreme Court justice in an unrelated case, but the ope-border/New World Order folks accept the idea as holy gospel carved in stone!
On Thursday, Rasmussen Reports released a 2024 Georgia presidential poll between leading 2024 presidential candidate and 45th President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, as per usual, won by a landslide.
Rasmussen Reports and The Absolute Truth with Emerald Robinson surveyed 1,061 Georgia likely voters between September 8 -11 and found that if the 2024 presidential election were held today, President Trump would beat Joe Biden with a nine-point landslide victory, with 47 percent to Biden’s 38 percent.
“I’m the leading candidate by 50 points, and I’m leading Biden by a lot. And they want to see if they can silence me,” Trump correctly said during a speech on Friday at the Pray Vote Stand Summit.
“A majority (52%) of Georgia voters believe it’s likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in the state, including 30% who say it’s Very Likely cheating affected the election outcome. Thirty-five percent (35%) don’t think it’s likely the 2020 Georgia election was affected by cheating, including 22% who say it’s Not At All Likely. Another 13% are not sure,” Rasmussen reported.
Although Joe Biden reportedly beat Trump with 49.5 percent to Trump’s 49.3 percent in the 2020 presidential election, Rasmussen found that only 39 percent of respondents said they voted for Biden, while 46 percent said they voted for Trump.
Daily Mail revealed that the ‘mystery man’ with whom GOP congresswoman Lauren Boebert was booted out of a Denver theater Sunday night is none other than Colorado local and Aspen bar owner Quinn Gallagher – a Democrat.
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has appeared in a video online just days after unconfirmed reports suggested the key Kremlin ally was critically ill.
In a video posted to Kadyrov's Telegram account, the leader of the southern Russian republic filmed himself walking through the rain in an unspecified location, with a separate video showing a tarmac path with turf and a line of trees appearing to be captured from Kadyrov's point of view.
"I strongly advise everyone who cannot distinguish truth from lies on the internet to take a walk in the fresh air and put their thoughts in order," Kadyrov wrote in the caption of the two videos, uploaded to social media on Sunday.
Newsweek is not able to independently verify when, nor where, the video appearing to show Kadyrov was recorded. The Russian Foreign Ministry has been contacted for comment via email.
A homeowner in Georgia took matters into his own hands when he shot an intruder not once, but twice, after the intruder appeared to taunt him over the first gunshot wound he sustained.
According to Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb, the incident occurred on Thursday when the homeowner called the police about the intruder. Simultaneously, the home's alarm company also alerted the authorities about the presence of an intruder.
Upon confronting the intruder in the basement, the homeowner issued a warning before firing a single gunshot that struck the intruder. Seeking to protect himself, the homeowner positioned himself at the top of the staircase on the second story of the house.
However, the situation took a turn when the suspect began ascending the stairs and defiantly told the homeowner, "You're gonna have to kill me." In response, the homeowner fired a second shot.
Deputies arrived on the scene shortly thereafter and struggled with the intruder to take him into custody. The suspect, who sustained two gunshot wounds, was subsequently transported to a local hospital for treatment. Sheriff Babb revealed that the suspect is believed to be connected to a "string of crimes," including a possible murder outside of Georgia. Law enforcement authorities in the separate state are collaborating with local police in their investigation.
Several organizations fueled by Democrat-aligned and left-wing funds have launched efforts in recent weeks to remove former President Donald Trump from the 2024 election ballot.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), funded by left-wing donors like George Soros’ Foundation to Promote Open Society, filed a lawsuit Sept. 6 to remove Trump from the ballot in Colorado, citing the 14th Amendment’s language disqualifying anyone who took an oath to the Constitution and then “engaged in insurrection” from holding office. Free Speech for People and Mi Familia Vota Education Fund, also backed by left-wing donors, launched a campaign urging top state election officials and Secretaries of State to remove Trump from the ballot based on the same 14th amendment claims.
Free Speech for People’s legal director Ron Fein has also promised on multiple occasions to file legal challenges against Trump before 2024 primaries in multiple states. The organization filed a lawsuit against Trump in Minnesota on Tuesday.
Mi Familia Vota receives funds from multiple non-profits in Democrat-linked consultant firm Arabella Advisors’ network, including the New Venture Fund, the Sixteen Thirty Fund and the Hopewell Fund. The New Venture Fund granted the organization $290,000 in 2021 and $275,000 in 2020, while the Sixteen Thirty Fund provided $130,000 in 2021, according to tax documents.
The Hopewell Fund awarded Mi Familia Vota $150,000 in 2021 and $40,000 in 2020, per tax records. The funds from Arabella Advisors non-profit were provided either for “civil rights, social action, advocacy” or “environmental programs.”
Four years after the Hunter Biden scandal first burst into the limelight, news media fact-checkers are still revising their narratives. Once declarative in their findings, the latest fact checks have begun to hedge and equivocate in the face of contradictory evidence uncovered by Congress and open-records litigation.
The freshest example surfaced Friday when The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler updated his reporting on how Joe Biden as vice president came to withhold $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees in late 2015 to force the firing of the Ukrainian prosecutor whose office was investigating the Burisma Holdings energy firm that employed Hunter Biden.
Citing documents uncovered by Just the News, Kessler admitted for the first time that Joe Biden may have “called an audible,” or changed the plan, on the firing of Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin on his way to Kyiv aboard Air Force Two in December 2015.
This month, Just the News reported newly uncovered State Department and European Union documents, both of which indicated that Ukraine had made adequate progress in its anti-corruption reforms, including within its Prosecutor General’s Office. “Ukraine has made sufficient progress on its reform agenda to justify a third [loan] guarantee” and “the anti-corruption benchmark is deemed to have been achieved,” the State Department Interagency Policy Committee and the EU European Commission confirmed, respectively.
The woman on the phone wanted Jose Mendoza to know that she wasn’t “about throwing people out on the street.”
“We want to help you,” she said in a voicemail. Still, his family had to leave. “I want you to know your house has been foreclosed,” she said. She told Jose that the house his family had been living in for seven years — the house that he said he had never missed a mortgage payment on, and that he was almost done paying off entirely — had been sold. She said she was calling on behalf of the home’s new owners.
Jose thought it was a scam. But Lupita, Jose’s ex-wife who still lived in the home with their two children, had gotten a similar strange call that week. Conversations with the city and their realtor confirmed what felt unimaginable.
“We realized it was actually true: Someone else owned the house,” said Naomi Mendoza, Jose and Lupita’s 20-year-old daughter. “We didn't get any notices that our house was going to go on foreclosure,” she said. “We would have done something to prevent all this.”
The Mendozas’ was the latest in a string of foreclosures initiated last year by the homeowners’ association that governed their neighborhood. Their problems had started with a series of $100 to $400 charges for what seemed to them likeminor violations — oil-stained pavement; a dead tree — and had snowballed into a debt of more than $6,600, more than half of it HOA attorneys’ fees. They knew they were behind on payments. But they didn’t know that now, like hundreds of Coloradans before them, they would have to pay with their house.