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Shareholders for the shell company that controls Truth Social, the social media company founded by former President Donald Trump, have voted to go public, providing the Republican with upwards of a $4 billion windfall during a critical juncture in his ongoing criminal and civil cases.

A vote by owners of the Trump Media & Technology Group to merge with Digital World Acquisition Corp a special purpose acquisition company or SPAC, would see Truth Social listed on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange under the ticket “DJT.”

If valuations for the new entity hold, President Trump could end up with somewhere between $3.5 and $4 billion in new net assets, according to CBS News. Converting the on-paper value into cold hard cash could be tricky, however.

Trump would need to sign a waiver allowing for the liquidation of his stock before a six-month lockup period. Doing so would allow him to post the $454 million bond needed for his New York real estate judgment.

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New York Post's Jennie Taer is on the ground at the southern border wall and was the first to report the shocking invasion footage in El Paso, Texas, one day ago, when migrants attacked US National Guard troops. In response, the federal government has blocked media access to at least one stretch of the wall because the footage is extremely shocking and embarrassing for the White House. 

"Media now being blocked from the scene where we captured a breach by hundreds of migrants in El Paso yesterday, how do we do our jobs now?" Taer posted on X on Friday evening. 

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I have filed an amicus brief in United States v. Trump (S.D. Fla.), one of two prosecutions brought against former-President Trump by Special Counsel Jack Smith. This brief, which is on behalf of Professor Seth Barrett Tillman and the Landmark Legal Foundation, contends that Special Counsel Jack Smith is not an "Officer of the United States." At most, his position is properly characterized as a mere "employee." And as a mere "employee," Smith cannot exercise the broad prosecutorial powers of a United States attorney. If our position is correct, then this prosecution can continue, if at all, only under the normal supervision of the politically accountable United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida. 

After our brief was accepted by the Court, the follow order was issued:

The amicus brief [410-1] is accepted for Court consideration. Should the Special Counsel or Defendants wish to file a separate response to the amicus brief, they may do so on or before April 4, 2024, in accordance with the Local Rules.

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., told reporters on Friday that she filed a motion to vacate House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., accusing him of having "betrayed" the "confidence" of the House GOP Conference by ushering through a bipartisan $1.2 trillion federal funding bill to avoid a partial government shutdown.

Johnson won the gavel in late October after his predecessor was ousted by a motion to vacate resolution earlier that month.

"It's more of a warning and a pink slip," Greene told reporters after filing the motion. "There’s not a time limit on this, it doesn’t have to be forced... But I'm not saying that it won't happen in two weeks, or it won't happen."

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Official studies from ruling class sources such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are proving that the COVID-19 “vaccines” do not work; at least not in the way that the public was told that they do. These studies are raising the alarm of potential harm and injuries that could come from being injected with the mRNA technology. 

The findings of these studies are disturbing at best and suggest that the slave class has been lied to about the shots from the beginning.  Vaccinated individuals may be at higher risk of contracting and spreading the alleged COVID-19 virus, according to three official sources.  They also suggest that the “vaccines” may increase susceptibility to infection.

COVID-19 mRNA Shots Are Legally Not Vaccines

These revelations have serious implications for the still ongoing vaccination efforts and call into question the reasoning behind ever mandating the public to take these experimental injections. Once shown as ineffective and unsafe, it’s now clear that these shots were never about health or wellness.

A shocking CDC study has shown that vaccinated individuals are more likely to contract and spread Covid-19 than unvaccinated individuals.

1 Million COVID Vaccinated Have Died in England Compared to Just 61k Unvaccinated in 2 years

Out of 469 cases studied among Massachusetts residents who attended public gatherings, a staggering 346 were among vaccinated individuals, with 74% of them experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and 1.2% being hospitalized. In contrast, the remaining 123 cases were among the unvaccinated population, with only 1 person being hospitalized (0.8%), and no deaths occurring in either group.

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A leading Democratic strategist has hit out at President Biden's poll numbers saying looking at them was equivalent to 'walking in on your grandma naked.'

James Carville, who rose to prominence for helping Bill Clinton to the White House in 1992, spoke of his overall disapproval of the current state of the Democratic Party

Speaking to The New York Times, Carville spoke about ratings, how he believes there to be 'too many preachy females' who are turning-off black male voters, while also complaining that 'woke stuff' was killing his party. 

Carville described Biden's ratings, which according to polls is at a low of 37.4 percent, as, 'It’s like walking in on your grandma naked. You can’t get the image out of your mind.'

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Former President Donald Trump provided supporters with a major update on his progress to secure enough funds to pay his excessive $454 million civil fraud bond ahead of the Monday deadline.

Trump on Friday said he had raised nearly half-a-billion dollars and appeared to be in a good position to pay the bond as New York Attorney General Letitia James moved to begin confiscating some of his properties in the state.

On February 16, Manhattan Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Trump to pay $454 million in penalties. The judge found Trump guilty of fraudulently inflating his assets to boost his net worth in September, though Trump has frequently disputed the ruling and, during the hearing phase, argued that none of the financial institutions he worked with lost money. Officials from those banks confirmed as much during testimony.

The fee, which was determined without a jury, included about $355 million in disgorgement and over $98 million in prejudgment interest at a 9% annual rate.

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The top federal transportation official visited New England on Tuesday to tour a bridge that is so badly deteriorated it must now be replaced.

Located less than 3 miles from the Massachusetts state line, the busy Washington Bridge in Rhode Island is a key entry point into Providence along Interstate 195. It is one of several hundred bridges across the two states given a poor rating in a federal database.

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A former election official in Wisconsin was found guilty of voter fraud charges after she generated ballots for non-existent members of the military during the 2022 election.

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Integrity is vital to accurate elections in the United States. Any attempts to manipulate elections can create exceptional problems with the free democracy that is foundational to the American way of life.

The number of people who can legally vote in an election is an important factor in maintaining the integrity of the election process. Election officials are mandated by law to maintain accurate voter rolls.

One of the key states in the upcoming 2024 presidential election is facing a crisis regarding its voter rolls. Republicans have challenged how state officials have managed the rolls and demanded that corrections be made.

From the Daily Caller:
The Republican National Committee (RNC) slapped Nevada Secretary of State Cisco Aguliar with a lawsuit on Friday, alleging that the state has “impossibly high” voter registration rolls.

The lawsuit alleges that the state of Nevada is failing to maintain the requirements of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) which mandates that voter rolls must keep “clean and accurate voter registration records.” The RNC is alleging that according to their analysis, five of Nevada’s 17 counties have inflated voter rolls which they say indicates a violation of the NVRA, the lawsuit claims.

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One of the darlings of the Democrat party was hit with allegations and a lawsuit about his behavior from decades ago. The sordid details fell out of this politician’s closet and sent shockwaves through the ranks of liberals.

Former President Donald Trump was politically crucified over allegations of his past personal conduct. Anything said accusing him was largely treated by the liberal media as truth and he was guilty in the eyes of mainstream media no matter what truth was revealed.

Now the shoe is on the other foot for liberals as New York City Mayor Eric Adams was hammered by an allegation of sexual assault by an unidentified woman. Questions are swirling if he will receive the same treatment as the former president.

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Ben & Jerry’s built the company and a public reputation alongside a left-leaning advocacy since its founding in 1978. Company leaders finagled a sweet deal to maintain an independent board of directors after it was sold to Unilever in 2000. This allowed leadership to continue progressive activism that included attacking former President Donald Trump.

That unique freedom to promote leftist ideals allowed Ben & Jerry’s to champion controversial issues without boundaries from the parent company. This deal structure pulled Unilever into the swamp of controversy.

Ben & Jerry’s set off a political storm in July 2021 when the company announced it would stop selling products to Israelis in the West Bank. The company referred to the area as “Occupied Palestinian Territory.”

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Another of Biden’s selections appeared before the U.S. Senate on Wednesday. United States District Judge Nancy Maldonado of the Northern District of Illinois couldn’t even remember the definition of an item in one of the most controversial bans she had supported.

Her nomination for a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit was challenged by Republican Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana with direct questions. The exchange between the two was mind-numbing in her level of ignorance.

From the Daily Caller:
“You said, ‘assault weapons may be banned because they’re extraordinarily dangerous and are not appropriate for legitimate self-defense purposes,’” Kennedy said. “Tell me what you meant by assault weapons.”

“Just to clarify there, I was local counsel,” Maldonado said.

“Tell me what you meant by assault weapons,” Kennedy repeated.

“I am not a gun expert,” Maldonado responded.

“So you submitted a brief, an appellate brief, you signed it, and you don’t know and… you said abolish assault weapons, and you don’t know what you wanted them to abolish?” Kennedy asked.

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In the wake of allegations that Planet Fitness allowed biological men into women's facilities, the gym chain is experiencing a significant backlash.

The controversy began when a social media influencer known as 'Libs of TikTok' reported an incident where an Alaskan woman had her membership revoked for taking a photo of a transgender individual in a women's bathroom.

According to 'Libs of TikTok' creator Chaya Raichik, a Planet Fitness insider disclosed that there is internal turmoil within the company and a surge in membership cancellations. In response, Planet Fitness emphasized its commitment to being a "judgement-free zone" and creating an inclusive environment.

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A strong coastal storm made for a washout during the first half of the weekend with a steady drumbeat of heavy rain and gusty winds across the Northeast’s Interstate 95 corridor while heavy snow piled up in New England.

Rain began falling across the coastal regions on Saturday morning and only increased in intensity into the afternoon and evening as the storm's center swirled just off New York City and Boston.

Where temperatures were cold enough, precipitation fell in the frozen variety, and there was a lot of it.

Some snow totals eclipsed 2 feet in the higher elevations of New England.

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If you've ever jokingly wondered if your search or viewing history is going to "put you on some kind of list," your concern may be more than warranted.

In now unsealed court documents reviewed by Forbes, Google was ordered to hand over the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and user activity of Youtube accounts and IP addresses that watched select YouTube videos, part of a larger criminal investigation by federal investigators.

The videos were sent by undercover police to a suspected cryptocurrency launderer under the username "elonmuskwhm." In conversations with the bitcoin trader, investigators sent links to public YouTube tutorials on mapping via drones and augmented reality software, Forbes details. The videos were watched more than 30,000 times, presumably by thousands of users unrelated to the case.

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The Biden Regime on Saturday morning continued its attack on the Second Amendment and launched a federal gun-grab operation to keep firearms out the hands of people who “pose a threat to themselves and others.”

“The Justice Department launched the National Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) Resource Center (the Center) which will provide training and technical assistance to law enforcement officials, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, clinicians, victim service and social service providers, community organizations, and behavioral health professionals responsible for implementing laws designed to keep guns out of the hands of people who pose a threat to themselves or others.: – the DOJ announced on Saturday.

US Attorney General Merrick Garland said the ERPO program will work with partners across the country to use “every tool” to ‘protect communities from gun violence.’

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Germany is growing so concerned about the state of its armed forces, known as the Bundeswehr, that some politicians have been calling for mandatory military service to be reinstated there to address its shortcomings as the conflict in Ukraine enters its third year.

The German Parliamentary Commissioner for the Armed Forces, Eva Högl, described the sorry state of the country’s military, saying: “Unfortunately, I have to say that the Bundeswehr still has too little of everything. There is a lack of ammunition, spare parts, radio equipment, tanks, ships and aircraft. But, ladies and gentlemen, progress is being made.”

She added that their forces are dwindling and getting older: “On the subject of personnel, I have no good news and no good messages, because the Bundeswehr is aging and shrinking.”

One solution to this problem is compulsory military service. Germany has had a conscription system in place for male citizens since 1956, although it was put on pause in 2011. Now, it’s back on the table as they deal with a lack of staffing.

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The death toll in the terrorist attack on the Crocus City Hall in Moscow Region has grown to 133, Russia’s Investigative Committee said on Saturday. Emergency services are continuing to dig through rubble from the building, which was partially destroyed in a massive fire sparked by the attackers.

The tally had previously stood at 115 but is feared to grow further, given the scale of destruction inflicted on the concert hall. Over 150 people were wounded in the attack.

At least four suspects armed with assault rifles stormed the venue on Friday evening ahead of a rock concert. The attackers entered the concert hall, shooting civilians at point-blank range, and set it on fire. 

The suspects fled the scene after the attack, but were eventually apprehended by Russian law enforcement near the country’s border in Bryansk Region. According to preliminary findings, the attackers were seeking to cross into Ukraine.

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Last Friday evening of March 22nd, a horrific terrorist attack at the Crocus City Hall concert venue near Moscow murdered at least 133 Russian people, with over 120 more wounded. Within the first 24-hours after this egregious violence, Russian authorities arrested and detained eleven potential suspects that included the four alleged terrorist gunmen. In his address to the nation, President Vladimir Putin said that the terrorists were captured in Bryansk, Russia near the Ukraine border attempting to escape through “a window” provided by Ukrainian collaborators. In Putin’s words:

They [terrorist] tried to hide and moved towards Ukraine, where, according to preliminary data, a window was prepared for them on the Ukrainian side to cross the state border.

Thus, within hours the Russian leader was linking this act of terrorism to the Kiev government and by implication, Washington. Additionally, too many US fingerprints, unable to be covered up, are now rapidly emerging from this crime scene.

Back on March 7th, more than two weeks prior to this tragedy, US intelligence already knew of a potential attack in Moscow, enough for the US State Department to issue a public advisory to Americans in Russia, warning personnel at both the US and UK embassies of a probable terrorist attack in Moscow at “large public gatherings including concerts.” A day later on March 8th, Reuters reported:

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Mayor Eric Adams abruptly cancelled a planned trip to the southern border this weekend, citing “safety concerns” in a Mexican city he intended to visit.

“As Lent draws to a close, our team was excited to stand with faith and humanitarian leaders who have dedicated their lives to serving the most needy among us, and we were eager to discuss our work in New York City and explore new ways to collaborate with leaders in cities across the country,” mayoral spokeswoman Amaris Cockfield said in a statement Saturday.

“But due to safety concerns at one of the cities we were going to visit in Mexico flagged by the U.S. Department of State, we have decided to pause this visit at this time,” Cockfield said.

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Over 100 civilians were killed after a group of armed terrorists stormed a concert and started indiscriminately shooting at the audience. The perpetrators have since been apprehended by Russian authorities and an investigation has been launched to uncover the truth behind this tragedy.

Washington’s attempts to pin the blame for the March 22 terrorist attack in Moscow on ISIS* appears suspect due to the perpetrators’ behavior, former US Marine Corps intelligence officer Scott Ritter told Sputnik.

Pointing out the fact that the terrorists were apprehended while fleeing towards Ukraine, Ritter remarked how “people of violence” have a tendency to “navigate towards their ‘true north’” at the end of the day.

“What I mean by that is, let's take a special forces team operating behind enemy lines: if they're compromised, they try to go home, they try to escape and evade towards the friendly lines,” he explained. “ISIS has loyalty to their perverted version of religion, God. Their ‘true north’ is to become martyrs, to navigate home to heaven.”

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Sergei Goncharov, a veteran of the elite Russian Alpha anti-terrorism unit, says he has no doubt in his mind that Russian investigators will ultimately find the masterminds behind Friday’s deadly attack on Crocus City Hall, and has an inkling about the man most directly responsible.

At least 40 people are dead and 145 injured in the aftermath of Friday evening’s deadly attack on the Crocus City Hall concert venue in Krasnogorsk, Moscow region. Russian authorities have classified the shooting and firebombing attack an act of terrorism.

“There is only one way to qualify what happened – this was a terrorist act, meaning innocent people were harmed. They were simply executed,” Sergei Goncharov, president of the International Association of Alpha Veterans – an elite Russian anti-terrorism special ops force subordinated to the FSB, told Sputnik.

“What happened today was a terrible tragedy, and I think, a link in a chain. Therefore I think Ukraine will reject responsibility. Because nobody publicly approves of terrorist attacks. But in any case, at the moment I don’t see any factor that could take us away from the Ukrainian connection. It could have been some other organization, but I have no doubt that it was provoked by the Nazis of Ukraine,” the retired Alpha captain said.

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United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited Egypt's border with Gaza on Saturday to renew pleas for a ceasefire that could bring relief to a territory devastated by more than five months of war between Israel and Hamas. Health officials in the Hamas-run enclave said Israeli fire killed 19 people as they were waiting at an aid distribution point, a charge Israel denied. Read our blog to see how the day's events unfolded.

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