"In the United States Senate, one of the things I observed in the early days - and it's still used - and that is that you take someone's argument and then you misrepresent it and misstate and disagree with it. And it's very effective. I've done it myself a number of times. But eventually, eventually people catch on." -- Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, speaking at the National Press Club in Washington

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Former President Donald Trump has broken his silence on the prospect of his being sent to jail by Judge Juan Merchan, who is handling his sentencing.

Speaking to Fox News, the former president said that if he received a prison sentence, he believes it would be a “breaking point” for his supporters.

“The legal maze that you’re still facing, and they could, a judge could decide to say, hey, house arrest or even jail. It could be faced,” Fox News host Pete Hegseth said to the former president.

“I saw one of my lawyers the other day on television saying, oh, no, you don’t want to do that to the press. I said don’t, you don’t beg for anything,” he said.

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Attorney General Merrick Garland has reportedly classified at the highest level the audio tapes of Joe Biden’s embarassing interview with Special Counsel Hur. The tapes have been locked away in a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), according to investigative journalist Paul Sperry.

Earlier this year, Washington Post reporter Matt Viser revealed that Special Counsel Robert Hur concluded that Joe Biden recklessly mishandled sensitive materials discovered at his home and former office.

Disturbingly, the investigation also uncovered that Biden shared government secrets with his ghostwriter, further underscoring his blatant disregard for national security.

Adding to this damning report, it was revealed that during interviews with the Special Counsel, Biden struggled to answer even basic questions, such as when he served as Vice President or the year his son Beau passed away from brain cancer.

However, the DOJ opted not to bring charges against Biden, citing concerns that a jury would deem him too mentally incompetent to stand trial.

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The thing that people tend to forget about John McCain is that while he was alive, he might have acted on the surface like he was acting in the interest of patriotic Americans, but he was as crooked as any three Democrats.

Tyler Bower has been a icon in Arizona conservative circles for over a decade, he is currently COO of Turning Point USA and a Republican National Committeeman for Arizona. January 3rd Tyler decided he could no longer be quiet about his experiences with the late Senator John McCain. Bower’s revelation was shocking… unless you knew Senator McCain.

Bowyer wrote,

“When I was elected GOP chair of Maricopa county I met with senator McCain out of respect for his office and service in the first short meeting in his senate office he tried to buy me off by offering local chamber money he said he controlled. He wasn’t shy about it. It didn’t work.

I was very young I believe he and then senator flake thought they could influence me senator flake called me regularly after until I decided to host trump for what became the first trump rally in July of 2015.

Then they attacked me. Fervently. It’s everything that was wrong with the GOP. I always wonder how many people through the years got bought off or scared off by this kind of stuff.

If the GOP decides to leave this kind of behavior behind it will unite a movement that is totally unbeatable I think that’s the most misunderstood battle from the Trump era.”

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Fulton County, Georgia, encompassing the Atlanta metropolitan area, has earned a notorious reputation for having one of the most mismanaged election systems in the nation. Beyond the well-documented election integrity issues—ranging from ballot scanning errors to allegations of counterfeit ballots—county election officials consistently struggle with basic logistical tasks, such as counting ballots in a timely manner. This chronic mismanagement has led to prolonged wait times for election results, undermining public confidence in the electoral process.

The irony of the situation is that Fulton County outsources its election administration to a so-called 'professional' elections group, The Elections Group LLC, based in Illinois. This raises a critical question: why is Fulton County outsourcing its elections in the first place, especially to a company that seems unable to meet the task?

The Elections Group LLC markets itself as a specialist in election administration, claiming to provide expert advice and support to ensure smooth and secure elections. However, the persistent problems in Fulton County make me wonder if their primary goal is actually 'secure' elections.

The problems with elections run by The Elections Group LLC in Fulton County are well documented; here are a few:

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Outflows from IT funds keep trending up over the last four weeks. Don't be left holding the bag.

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South African officials have threatened the US and other Western nations with prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for supporting Israel against the designated terrorist organizations Hamas and Hezbollah. South Africa’s International Relations and Cooperation Minister, Naledi Pandor, made this declaration during a talk about the situation in Rafah, standing in front of a Palestinian flag. It is unusual for a government official to stand in front of the flag of another entity, which is not a recognized country while giving an address. This act alone dispels any pretense of neutrality.

The ICC threat from South Africa is nearly laughable, given that the ICC already has an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin. However, South Africa not only continues to maintain close ties with Russia as a BRICS partner but has also sidestepped international sanctions by holding joint military exercises with the heavily sanctioned Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

Signatories to the Rome Statute obligate themselves to enforce ICC arrest warrants. Evidence of South Africa’s lack of commitment to the ICC is that in 2017, South Africa was censured by the ICC for failing to enforce an arrest warrant against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted on multiple counts of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and genocide. Recently, Pretoria asked the ICC to exempt it from arresting Putin to avoid a war. The country even tried to withdraw from the ICC last spring but is suddenly all-in on deploying the ICC against the United States.

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According to wallstreetonparade.com– It took eight years of research to compile a data set of annual balance sheets of more than 11,000 commercial banks dating back to 1870 in 17 advanced economies. And in every country, the study arrived at the same finding: concentrating the banking system in the hands of five or less giant banks leads to financial instability and more severe financial crises. The bank balance sheets of the following countries were examined: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The 150-year banking study is titled: “Survival of the Biggest: Large Banks and Financial Crises.” Its authors are Matthew Baron of Cornell University; Moritz Schularick of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Sciences; and Kaspar Zimmermann of the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE.

Webmaster addition: See MORTGAGE-BACKED SECURITIES FRAUD 4 DUMMIES! (aka the Cliff Notes version)

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Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has some fantastic news for former President Donald Trump in the wake of his Manhattan trial verdicts.

Many have speculated that, as a convicted felon, his voting rights could be stripped, and he would not be able to vote for himself in the 2024 presidential election.

But DeSantis, who is the governor of the state where the former president resides full-time, announced that the verdict will not affect his voting rights.

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A major new study has just confirmed that Covid mRNA shots are the sole cause of the soaring cases of heart failure among children.

As Slay News has been reporting, cases of cardiac-related deaths and heart failure such as myocarditis and pericarditis have been soaring around the world since the Covid injections were rolled out to the public in early 2021.

Myocarditis and pericarditis are inflammatory conditions of the heart and are generally considered to be rare, especially among children.

Severe cases can lead to serious complications and even death.

Both conditions are known side effects of the Covid mRNA shots.

In response, health officials and the corporate media have been pushing the claim that the COVID-19 virus, and not the shots, is behind the phenomenon.

However, a new large-scale study from renowned scientists at the prestigious University of Oxford has just confirmed that myocarditis and pericarditis only appear in children and adolescents after Covid vaccination and not after infection from the virus.

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Senator Mitt Romney said Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg was guilty of “political malpractice” for prosecuting Donald Trump. Romney made the remarks on Saturday in an interview with Atlantic writer McKay Coppins.

“Bragg should have settled the case against Trump, as would have been the normal procedure. But he made a political decision,” Romney said.

“Bragg may have won the battle, for now, but he may have lost the political war. Democrats think they can put out the Trump fire with oxygen. It’s political malpractice.”

The remarks, while a criticism of the prosecution itself, are in no way an endorsement of Trump. Romney has been a staunch critic of the former president.

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