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"'Congress shall make no law respecting an institution of religion.' -- The First Amendment to the Constitution
A Nativity scene (or a Menorah for that matter) is not a law, it is a decoration. And on that basis, even though I myself am an atheist, I do not have a problem with Nativity scenes on government property, other than they are a reminder that those are the people we are bombing to steal their oil.
I do draw the line at the Ten Commandments being on display on government buildings with its prohibitions against lying, theft, and killing, as that clearly is a case of false advertising!" -- Michael Rivero
Special Counsel John Durham found Monday that the FBI “discounted or willfully ignored material information that did not support the narrative of a collusive relationship between Trump and Russia.” Durham explains that the FBI “failed to uphold” its mission of “strict fidelity to the law in connection with certain events and activities.”
“The American Public was scammed,” President Donald Trump said on Truth Social.
Chris Farrell, director of investigations at Judicial Watch, put it bluntly.
“Trump is a crime victim,” Farrell said.
In 2021, Bank of America searched through customers’ data and transaction records and provided these data to the FBI following the Capitol riot.
Democrat Congressman Adam Schiff stuck to his story.
“This was an investigation that started in a flawed manner. It was conducted in a flawed manner, and its conclusion is a flawed conclusion,” said Schiff.
The former House intelligence chairman was referring to the 306-page Durham report. The long-awaited report from Special Counsel John Durham decisively concluded that “neither U.S. law enforcement nor the Intelligence Community appears to have possessed any actual evidence of collusion in their holdings at the commencement of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.”
Schiff has an ulterior motive for casting doubt on Durham’s findings, as he was a key player in pushing the Trump-Russia hoax for numerous years.
Top House Republicans are demanding that the Federal Bureau of Investigation be defunded and corrupt agents be indicted and arrested for their alleged violations of U.S. law after this week’s release of the much-anticipated report by Special Counsel John Durham.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has called on Congress to target the budget of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) following the release of Durham’s report. The report, which exposed the FBI’s “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign as lacking evidence and due process, prompted Jordan to condemn the behavior of Democrats, accusing them of perpetuating false narratives through legacy media outlets and Big Tech.
During an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Jordan highlighted the findings of Durham’s report, asserting that the FBI collaborated with Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2016 to target Trump, and that in 2020, former CIA agents and intelligence officials supported Joe Biden’s campaign in a similar objective. Jordan stressed that the aim in both cases was to prevent Trump from assuming office.
Two of three FBI whistleblowers who testified before Congress joined Rep, Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, to speak out on Fox News following a contentious hearing.
Garret O'Boyle and Steve Friend alleged they were the victims of retaliation for expressing concern over alleged politicization and weaponization of the FBI. They testified Thursday before House Subcommittee on Federal Government Weaponization, chaired by Jordan.
On "Jesse Watters Primetime," host Jesse Watters asked about claims there is evidence FBI brass were handing out cash bonuses based on the quantity of new investigations opened.
"To some degree, yes -- it's a little more complicated than that. But there is a system in the FBI where the executive management does get a cash bonus if they get gold checkmarks in certain criteria," O'Boyle replied.
Rumors and speculation are rife this week following reports that Fox News is about to make its “boldest and most fearless line-up ever.”
The Drudge Report broke major news on Wednesday that Sean Hannity will take over Tucker Carlson’s old 8 PM ET timeslot. Jesse Watters, host of “Jesse Watters Primetime” will move from 7 PM ET to 9 PM ET. Greg Gutfeld’s “The Greg Gutfeld Show” will be moved from 11 PM to 10 PM.
“If that new plan were to take place, that means Laura Ingraham’s “The Ingraham Angle” would lose its 10 PM time slot to Gutfeld. So where does she go? 11 PM ET? Maybe 7 PM ET?
Fox News released a statement that ran counter to the reports spreading online, saying, “No decision has been made on a new primetime line-up and there are multiple scenarios under consideration.”
Quickly but quietly, Big Pharma and various state governments are working to inject beef and dairy cattle with mRNA “vaccines.” The practice has been happening with pork since 2018 and beef is next on the agenda.
Jason Nelson, CEO of Whole Cows, has been watching the developments closely. His Texas company, which specializes in shelf-stable freeze-dried meat for long-term storage, has vowed to never allow gene therapied cattle to enter the food supply through their products (plus, the Liberty Daily benefits when you purchase from them through this link and the links below).
“I’ll shut down the company before we ship a single bag of mRNA-injected meat,” he said. “That’s why we’re growing as quickly as possible so we can achieve the buying power to produce large amounts. We’re relatively small now but we want to have a surplus of tens of thousands of bags of beef by 2024.”
Sixty-six members of the Tennessee House Republican Caucus have signed onto a letter urging Nashville Police to release the manifesto of Audrey Hale, the transgender shooter who killed three students and three staff members at the Covenant School in March.
In a letter sent to Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake on Monday, the caucus thanked him and his fellow officers for their quick response to the scene.
A new Senate bill would create a federal agency to police Americans’ speech for “misinformation” and “hate speech” if passed by the Congress.
The bill was brought forth by Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet and is dubbed the Digital Platform Commission Act (DPCA). As the senator announced, the legislation would “create an expert federal body empowered to provide comprehensive, sector-specific regulation of digital platforms to protect consumers, promote competition, and defend the public interest.”
Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida is pretty savvy in regard to his use of social media. The 41-year-old is also adept at trolling — which is a good combination for those of us who enjoy a good belly laugh as the country crumbles around us.
Over half a million people have crossed into the US illegally and not been stopped by border patrol in the last eight months, an official revealed Wednesday.
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Chief Raul Ortiz said there have been an estimated 530,000 migrants ‘gotaways’ since the beginning of fiscal year 2023, which began in October.
Gotaways are those who were spotted by border patrol but unable to be apprehended, triggered motion sensor cameras in remote areas, or were otherwise known to have stolen into the country.
The true number of people who have made it into the US illegally is likely to be even higher.
AP reporter Matt Lee blasted Deputy State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel after mandatory pronouns were added to the “from” line on the Department’s emails.
The nation's largest LGBTQ+ advocacy group is taking action against Anheuser-Busch over its handling of the conservative backlash to trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney, accusing the multinational beer company of caving to political pressure.
In a May 9 letter shared exclusively with USA TODAY, the Human Rights Campaign informed the Bud Light maker that it has suspended its Corporate Equality Index score – a tool that scores companies on their policies for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer employees.
Companies that receive a 100 score on the index’s four criteria – protections from workplace discrimination, inclusive benefits, inclusive culture inside and outside the workplace and responsible citizenship – receive a “Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality” seal of approval from the Human Rights Campaign.
TikTok personality “Big Curvy Olivia” argued in a recent video that airlines are discriminatory for not making their aisles wider for morbidly obese individuals.
The City of Chicago has lost over 80,000 of its residents over the past two years, according to recent U.S. Census data.
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Chicago has lost around 81,000 people between 2020 and 2022, according to FOX 32.
In total, Illinois has lost over 100,000 of its residents in 2022. 32% of the total amount of people leaving the state in 2022 came from Chicago, according to the data.
Democrat Senator John Fetterman showed up to work Thursday morning looking like a slob in a hoodie.
New York City’s population is continuing to flounder in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic — and most city-dwellers have flocked to southern states, new data shows.
The US Census Bureau revealed Thursday that the Big Apple’s population is 5.3% lower than it was when the novel coronavirus first hit the country. Over 468,200 people fled the city between April 2020 and July 2022.
Only three other major cities suffered worse population losses — San Francisco lost a baffling 7.5% of its citizens, while Revere in Massachusetts lost 5.9% and Louisiana’s Lake Charles lost 6.9%.
New York City suffered a massive flight in the first year of the pandemic, with nearly 281,700 people ditching the five boroughs. The flight trickled in 2021, with 123,100 people moving out.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Thursday accused Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) of intimidating her in incidents on Wednesday on Capitol Hill and last month in New York City. Speaking about the the New York incident, Green said that there was video of Bowman cursing her, calling her a white supremacist and telling her to get out of there.
A Philippines court has issued an international arrest warrant for Bill Gates, as part of an investigation into the Covid-19 vaccination roll-out in the territory.
Excess deaths have spiked in the aftermath of the vaccination drive in the Philippines with hundreds of thousands of citizens dying unnecessarily and many more injured and maimed, according to prosecutors.
Disney announced Thursday they are shutting down the Star Wars Galactic Starcuiser hotel in September. According to their website, for guests who booked a room at the Walt Disney World Florida resort for after September 30th, 2023, Disney will be contacting them to discuss their options.
A statement from Disney read, “The final voyage for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will take place September 28-30, 2023.” It continued, “We are so proud of all of the Cast Members and Imagineers who brought Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser to life and look forward to delivering an excellent experience for Guests during the remaining voyages over the coming months. Thank you to our Guests and fans for making this experience so special.
When asked about the Durham report — which concluded that the FBI had no evidence of “collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence — House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) hinted that U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) could be expelled from Congress.
“It raises the question about Adam Schiff,” McCarthy said when asked about the Durham report on Tuesday. “Remember when Adam told the American public he had proof? Remember when he said he didn’t know the whistleblower?”
“What he put America through when he openly lied to us,” the GOP House leader said. “It raises questions about his character and whether he should be in Congress.”
Democratic Senator John Fetterman's office has been accused of smoothing over transcripts of his congressional appearances to hide the stroke victim's struggles to articulate himself.
During a session about the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank Tuesday, Fetterman was filmed saying: 'The Republicans want to give a work requirement for SNAP. You know, for a uh, uh, uh, a hungry family has to have these, this kind of penalties, or these some kinds of word — working uh, require — Shouldn't you have a working requirement, after we sail your bank, billions of your bank?,' the liberal senator said during the session.
'Because you seem we were preoccupied, uh when, then SNAP requirements for works, for hungry people, but not about protecting the tax, the tax papers, you know, that will bail them out of whatever does about a bank to crash it,' he continued in the verbatim transcript.
The Belgian politician Connor Rousseau and his social-democratic Vooruit party want to require parents to send their children to day care and kindergarten. There are still politicians who think of the children. And the logic is conclusive: the first six years of life are decisive for the future life of the child. That cannot be left to the parents. The state must take its responsibility and release money. A few billion is enough to get the job done.
No one knows where that money will come from. But if necessary, some additional printing can be done. That is actually a way to make the population pay more taxes without them realizing it. Citizens nowadays pay barely 53 percent taxes. A little more loyalty to the state is welcome. Moreover, it is for their own good, and that of their descendants. Citizens do not realize enough how important it is that their children are brought up well. Just as they do not realize that they cannot actually do that themselves and that the state must do it for them.
And if inflation leads to the collapse of the financial system, then a solution is already at hand: the introduction of the CBDC—the digital currency of the central banks. This will be linked to the digital passport and a social credit system. In this way, the state will educate not only the child, but the parents as well, according to a system of punishment and reward that Pavlov tested on dogs.
While pushing record spending for research and development, the Biden administration is working not just to advance science but also progressive ideology. In line with the administration’s “whole of government” commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, recent grants and requests for proposals from the National Science Foundation encompass research that:
Examines how artificial intelligence may exhibit bias against “disadvantaged groups.”
Looks at the negative experiences of minorities studying engineering and finds ways to create a culture that makes “diversity, equity, and inclusion a priority in the engineering enterprise.”
Creates “equitable mathematics” by exploring how math instruction “may serve to marginalize students.”
The next time you find yourself at airport security, prepare to look directly into a camera. The Transportation Security Administration is quietly testing controversial facial recognition technology at airports nationwide.
AP News said 16 airports, including Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall and Reagan National near Washington, as well as ones in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Jose, and Gulfport-Biloxi and Jackson in Mississippi, have installed kiosks with cameras (at some TSA checkpoints) that allow passengers to insert their government-issued ID and look into a camera as facial recognition technology asses if the ID and person match.
The House Weaponization Committee held a hearing Thursday on Capitol Hill. Three government whistleblowers from the FBI testified before Congress on Thursday morning.
Sam Brinton, who previously served as Biden’s senior nuclear waste official under the Department of Energy, was arrested late Wednesday as a “fugitive from justice.”
The US is not ready either at this stage or in the foreseeable future for any kind of constructive action with regard to the settlement in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told a news conference on Thursday following talks with Ugandan counterpart Jeje Odongo.
"The United States is not ready either at this stage or, in my opinion, in the foreseeable future, for any constructive action regarding the settlement of the situation in Ukraine, which they themselves created the conditions for over many years," he said.
According to Lavrov, the United States created the situation in Ukraine "by way of its strategic course to oppose the objective formation of a multipolar world, to maintain its hegemony, and subjugate anyone and everyone to its will." "Ukraine is used as an obedient instrument within the framework of this course," the foreign minister stressed.
Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein’s health problems are much worse than what was previously disclosed to the public.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) responded to accusations by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) that he has harassed, cursed at and led a mob against her, saying that it is Greene who is endangering his life, comparing himself to slain Black youths Emmett Till and Mike Brown.