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“Google’s Gemini AI project doesn’t want to display images of white men – even historical figures. I think I may have figured out why,” Walsh posted to X. “Here’s the founder of Google’s ‘AI Responsibility’ initiative, Jen Gennai, speaking in a keynote address in 2021. She openly suggests that she treats ‘Black, Hispanic and Latinx’ employees differently than white employees.”

In the video, Gennai argues that “talented white employees” are fast-tracked on the corporate ladder, while “talented black, Hispanic and Latinx” employees break through “much later.” She then said that she incorrectly used to treat every member of her team “the same” and changed accordingly.

“It’s a myth that you’re not unfair if you treat everyone the same,” Gennai said. “There are groups who have been marginalized and excluded because of historic systems and structures that were intentionally designed to favor one group over another. So you need to account for that and mitigate against it.”

“Treating people differently on the basis of race, gender, etc. is flat-out illegal,” Musk responded. “This is confession of a crime.”

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This pilot study compared mothers of boys with gender identity disorder (GID) with mothers of normal boys to determine whether differences in psychopathology and child-rearing attitudes and practices could be identified. Results of the Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines and the Beck Depression Inventory revealed that mothers of boys with GID had more symptoms of depression and more often met the criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder than the controls. Fifty-three percent of the mothers of boys with GID compared with only 6% of controls met the diagnosis for Borderline Personality Disorder on the Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines or had symptoms of depression on the Beck Depression Inventory.

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Trump attorney Christina Bobb weighed in on the latest lawlessness by New York Attorney General Letitia James and her cohort in crime, Judge Arthur Engoron.

The duo is demanding President Trump turn over $355 million in cash immediately in their incredibly lawless suit against him.

Christina Bobb joined Eric Bolling on Newsmax to discuss this affront to justice.

The lawless left in New York state now believe they have the right to strip a man of his wealth and assets before he can appeal a ruling in a court of law.

Eric Bolling started the segment pointing out the Democrat Party’s burning and pillaging of the US justice system.

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You want to talk about the “competency crisis,” this example is just beyond belief.

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Rancourt and several fellow scientists conducted an analysis of COVID injection data in which they determined that all-cause mortality increased every time another COVID jab was released, whether it was the initial series or a subsequent "booster" shot.

For every 800 injections administered, Rancourt et al. learned that there was at least one jab-related death, this as outlined in a 180-page paper they published on the matter.

This one-death-per-800-doses figure becomes even more disturbing when considering how many doses of the shots were administered. At the time when Rancourt and his colleagues put together the report, 13.5 billion COVID jabs had been injected into people's bodies.

"Divide that number by 800 and you end up with approximately 17 million COVID-19 vaccine-related deaths," noted The Vigilant Fox on X, also sharing the following video from Dan Skorbach. 

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You don’t need to read and write to beat someone with a baton.

That has always been true.

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“Our comprehensive review of the major strands of research on serotonin shows there is no convincing evidence that depression is associated with, or caused by, lower serotonin concentrations or activity. Most studies found no evidence of reduced serotonin activity in people with depression compared to people without, and methods to reduce serotonin availability using tryptophan depletion do not consistently lower mood in volunteers. High quality, well-powered genetic studies effectively exclude an association between genotypes related to the serotonin system and depression, including a proposed interaction with stress. Weak evidence from some studies of serotonin 5-HT1A receptors and levels of SERT points towards a possible association between increased serotonin activity and depression. However, these results are likely to be influenced by prior use of antidepressants and its effects on the serotonin system. The effects of tryptophan depletion in some cross-over studies involving people with depression may also be mediated by antidepressants, although these are not consistently found.”

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Release the transcript now!

Joe Biden refused to answer several questions from Special Counsel Robert Hur in written interrogatories.

Biden refused to answer whether he knew the black notebooks he stashed contained classified information and whether he was authorized to keep classified material after his vice presidency.

If Trump refused to answer a special counsel’s questions, he would be charged with obstruction.

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On Wednesday, it was revealed that Mike Pence's Advancing American Freedom group is in the process of launching a $20 million effort to defeat "unprincipled populism" in the conservative movement."

The American Solutions Project aims to convince those on the right who may have been enticed by populist messages to revert back to true "conservative principles."

"Our nation was founded on conservative principles that have stood the test of time," Pence told RealClearPolitics. "The Constitution and this great American experiment must not be swayed by movements or personalities, but must hold fast to the time-honored principles that have made America strong and prosperous and free."

Without naming names, the former vice president decried the fact that "many in the conservative movement have walked away from these principles, chasing the siren song of populism unmoored to conservative principles." 

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James Biden, the brother of President Joe Biden, abruptly changed course on claims he wasn’t involved in a business deal between Hunter Biden and a Chinese corporation after U.S. House investigators presented documents containing his signature, according to insiders familiar with his testimony.

The business deal, which took place in 2017, proposed a joint venture agreement between Biden associates and CEFC, a Chinese company linked to the country’s communist government. Documents from that time obtained by investigators revealed James Biden signed an agreement memorandum alongside Hunter and another associate, a discovery directly at odds with James Biden’s previous testimony that he had no knowledge of the deal.

House Republicans continue to conduct a wide-ranging investigation into earnings among Biden family members during President Biden’s time as vice president and in the following years. House Oversight Chair James Comer (R-KY) has publicly detailed a network of shell companies that accepted profits from deals like the one with CEFC, doling out proceeds between other shells and ultimately family members including James and his wife Sarah. From there, bank records show, the couple forwarded $40,000 to President Biden’s personal bank account, labeling the transaction a loan repayment.

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Yemeni armed forces say they have carried out three military operations, targeting Israeli port of Eilat, a British ship in the Gulf of Aden and a US destroyer in the Red Sea with a number of ballistic missiles and drones.

A statement issued on Thursday said the operations were launched “in support of the oppressed Palestinian people, and as part of the response to the American-British aggression on our country”.

“During the first operation, the missile force and the drone air force of the Yemeni Armed Forces launched a number of ballistic missiles and drones at various targets of the Zionist enemy in the Umm al-Rashrash (Eilat) area in occupied southern Palestine.

“The second operation took place in the Gulf of Aden, where the Yemeni Armed Forces' naval forces targeted a British ship (ISLANDER) in the Gulf of Aden with a number of appropriate naval missiles, hitting it directly, which led to a fire on board by the grace of Allah.

“The third operation involved targeting an American destroyer in the Red Sea with a number of drones,” the statement said.

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CBS’s decision to terminate acclaimed investigative reporter Catherine Herridge has ignited a firestorm of controversy. In the wake of her firing, the network took drastic measures by confiscating Herridge’s files, computers, and records, which included sensitive information on privileged sources according to reports.

The aggressive action not only alarmed Herridge’s colleagues but also attracted the attention of the SAG-AFTRA union, heightening concerns over the sanctity of confidential sources and journalistic freedom.

The situation took on an even more ominous tone given that Herridge was engaged in pursuing stories that were not favorably viewed by the Biden White House and several Democratic power brokers.

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Joe Biden’s slimy brother James Biden on Wednesday morning arrived on Capitol Hill for his closed-door testimony in the Biden impeachment inquiry.

James Biden denied his brother Joe Biden was involved in any direct or indirect way in his businesses in his opening statement to lawmakers.

In other words, James Biden expects us to believe he’s just a brilliant businessman who happens to know Chinese billionaire tycoons with ties to the CCP, high-profile healthcare executives and other oligarchs.

James Biden told lawmakers on Wednesday that there is no loan documentation for the “interest-free” loans provided by Joe Biden.

Joe Biden previously refused to hand over loan documents to the House Oversight Committee proving any ‘loans’ he provided to his brother James Biden.

The House Oversight Committee has no IRS records or loan documents confirming the $200,000 check Jim Biden wrote to his brother Joe Biden in 2018 was a ‘loan repayment.’

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Nex Benedict, a 16-year-old nonbinary Oklahoma high school student, did not die from trauma after being beaten in a school bathroom the previous day, officials said. 

An autopsy was performed after Benedict's death on Feb. 8, and preliminary information from the medical examiner’s office "indicated that the decedent did not die as a result of trauma," Oklahoma's Owasso Police Department, which is investigating the case, said Wednesday.

"At this time, any further comments on the cause of death are currently pending until toxicology results and other ancillary testing results are received," officials also said. "The official autopsy report will be available at a later date."

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Congressional Democrats pounced on the recent charges against a Hunter Biden informant, claiming the source’s questionable reliability calls into question the foundation of House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry into President Biden.

Yet the informant’s information, which the prosecutors allege is false, has little to do with the the concrete evidence assembled by the impeachment inquiry and from independent sources, including by Just the News, that indicate that President Biden likely had knowledge of, participated in, and may have taken official actions based on his son’s business ventures.

Last week, Special Counsel David Weiss, who is prosecuting Hunter Biden on alleged tax and gun crimes, recently charged an FBI informant with providing false information to the intelligence agency in his reports about the younger Biden’s work with Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy company on which he served as a board member.

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A federal judge has ruled that Ohio’s strict voter ID law, which includes a photo provision, is constitutional and has rejected a challenge to it.

The ruling tossed out a complaint filed by a Democratic law firm challenging provisions including a photo ID, “drop box restrictions, and tightened deadlines related to absentee and provisional ballots,” MSN reported.

In his Monday ruling, U.S. District Judge Donald Nugent, a Clinton appointee, found that the Ohio photo ID requirement, in particular, “imposes no more than a minimal burden, if any, for the vast majority of voters.”

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