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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Witchhunt) has once again been caught manipulating evidence: the House Jan. 6 committee on Wednesday admitted that Schiff had altered a text message from Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) to former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows, making it appear much more damning than it actually was. After The Federalist exposed the deception, the House committee claimedthat Schiff’s editing was “inadvertent.” Sure, and the next time Adam Schiff appears in public, he will be wearing a MAGA hat.
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Well, that’s all too fitting for what we’re seeing right now unfold with Mark Meadows and Nancy Pelosi’s January 6th sham committee. Early on, Meadows, who was President Trump’s chief of staff, agreed to cooperate with the committee and sent over thousands of pages of non-classified documents and text messages for Pelosi and her jackals to review. But that wasn’t good enough.
This is a major breakthrough in one of our oldest-running lawsuits, now directly against the Biden Administration, about the Obama-Biden Administration’s “Iran lie.” In our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) case against the State Department, we just discovered that senior Obama-Biden officials held a “meeting” where a “decision” was made on what to tell the press about its clandestine negotiations with Iran in reaching the infamous “Iran Nuclear Deal.” That “meeting” and what “decision” was made has been kept from the American public, but all that is about to change. We have just obtained a new federal court order in this case, and it’s a big one. Despite attempts by the Biden Deep State to hide the truth about the disastrous Iran deal, the court agreed with our arguments and ordered the B...
New York Times bestselling author and BlazeTV host Mark Levin said there is a “massive movement” of the American people waking up to challenge the progressive left and wrest control of the country away from the Democratic Party.
Election turmoil has wracked Georgia since the Nov. 3 election, and many have wondered what’s going on in the office of secretary of state Brad Raffensperger. Two former employees of the office told the Reporter this week that they’re not totally surprised by the uproar, saying it was a horror show run by an ambitious political consultant. The employees, who don’t know one another, asked to remain anonymous for fear of retribution. But both gave a similar description of an office hellscape run by 30-year-old deputy secretary of state Jordan Fuchs. Fuchs was vice president of the political consulting company Landmark Communications, and managed the winning campaign of Brad Raffensperger. Raffensperger is the Atlanta area engineer with the funny name whose millions helped him get elected out...
Senate Democrats on Thursday defeated an amendment that would have allowed for criminal and civil penalties for doctors who fail to provide health care for a baby who survives an abortion. Needing 60 votes to be placed in the budget resolution, the amendment by Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) received 52 votes. A total of 48 senators – all Democrats – opposed the amendment. The amendment would have required that doctors give a baby who survives an abortion the same health care as any other baby that age. Specifically, the amendment would have allowed for the “creation of criminal and civil penalties” for “providers who fail to exercise the same degree of care for babies who survive an abortion or attempted abortion as would be provided to another child born at the same gestational age.”
EXCLUSIVE: Top Republicans on several committees are demanding answers from Speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding security decision should made leading up to and on the day of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. House Administration Committee Ranking Member Rodney Davis, House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan, House Oversight Committee Ranking Member James Comer and House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes sent a letter to Pelosi, D-Calif., on Monday, saying that “many important questions” about her “responsibility for the security” of the Capitol on Jan. 6 “remain unanswered.”
The nation’s worst mayors, who oversee the nation’s most violent cities, sent a letter to Congress complaining that President Trump is ruining their election-year riots.
Live from Nashville, Tennessee Thursday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.– Leahy was joined on the newsmakers line by former Vanderbilt and Princeton Professor Dr. Carol Swain.
After it was reported on Sunday that President Trump had rejected the request of Minnesota governor Tim Walz for $500 million to address damage incurred in his state from rioting following the death of George Floyd, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) tweeted that he was introducing legislation to make local governments liable to private property owners if the government deliberately withheld police protection. Cruz wrote:
So whodathunk Angela Davis, the Angela Davis, former Communist Party USA vice presidential candidate, former Black Panther, ’60s relic, and Mother of Woke Academics, would be the one to confirm what conservatives have been saying all along?
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) is facing increasing pressure to resign over her handling of recent events around the city, including the death of a young girl who was shot and killed near a Wendy’s where a police officer fatally shot Rayshard Brooks after he resisted arrest.
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