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Mark Meadows Just Made His Second Big Move Against Pelosi and Her Jan 6 Committee

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.

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It’s Over for Kamala

Vice President Kamala Harris may very well be one of the most unpopular people in American politics, both with voters and in Washington. We’ve been hearing reports about internal strife and departures from her staff, giving off the feeling of a sinking ship that the rats are abandoning. (READ: Even Rats Have Reputations, and Kamala Harris Is Sinking) A new poll has shown that a large majority of voters do not like Harris at all, with “very unfavorable” outweighing the “very favorable” by a massive margin, according to the New York Post: A Rasmussen Reports poll found that just 39 percent of likely voters have a favorable impression of Harris, while 57 percent have an unfavorable view of the veep. Harris is further underwater among those who have strong views of her. While 19 percent of lik...

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Guess Who Trump’s ‘Tax Cuts for the Rich’ Benefited the Most

There’s a refrain we hear almost by default when a Republican proposes tax cuts. Like Pavlov’s dogs or preprogrammed robots, Democrats rush out to decry “tax cuts for the rich.” How about this headline from The Guardian in 2019: Trump’s tax cuts helped billionaires pay less than the working class for first time — and that was two years after the tax cuts. And don’t forget what one leading Democrat said: Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who now serves as the speaker of the House, said on November 6, 2017, “Despite Republicans’ empty promises to cut taxes for middle class working families, it’s clear that the GOP tax plan for the wealthiest is rich indeed.” “House Republicans’ tax bill would increase taxes for 12 percent of Americans next year, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Cen...

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Mark Meadows Sues Pelosi, Jan. 6 Committee for Unconstitutional Overreach

Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows filed suit Wednesday against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and every member of the January 6 select committee in response to their attempt to hold him in criminal contempt. “The subpoenas issued to Mark Meadows and Verizon were issued by the Select Committee as part of an unconstitutional attempt to usurp the Executive Branch’s authority to enforce the law and to expose what the Select Committee believes to be problematic actions by a political opponent,” the lawsuit reads. “Congress has no authority to issue subpoenas for these purposes.” The former North Carolina representative told Newsmax earlier this week the committee was abusing its power. “For months, Mr. Meadows has consistently sought in good faith to pursue an accommodation with the S...

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Georgia election official refutes Trump’s voter fraud claims

If I were investigating this subject, I would not depend on the office that has the most to gain by disproving this.  He avoids some very big pieces of information.

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Tucker Carlson On Duplicated Ballots, Fabricated Tally Sheets, And Election Fraud In Georgia

Tucker Carlson On Duplicated Ballots, Fabricated Tally Sheets, And Election Fraud In Georgia (July 14, 2021) VoterGA Press Release: https://voterga.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Press-Release-New-Evidence-Reveals-Georgia-Audit-Fraud-and-Massive-Errors.pdf

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Furious Judge in Rittenhouse Trial Accuses Prosecution of ‘Grave Constitutional Violation’

Judge Bruce Schroeder of the Kenosha County Court accused prosecutors of a “grave constitutional violation” in the murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse on Wednesday morning after they tried to comment on his earlier reactions to testimony in the case. Rittenhouse stunned observers by taking the witness stand in his own defense, something that defendants rarely do in such trials. He recalled the events of Aug. 25 last year, when he fired on members of a mob attacking him during a Black Lives Matter riot. As he began to describe the events leading to the shootings, he broke down, and the trial took a brief recess. When Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger began his cross-examination, he began by noting that Rittenhouse had opportunities to watch videos of the riot, and to read articles abou...

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Judge Orders FBI to Stop Search of Project Veritas Founder O’Keefe’s Phone Following Raid

The FBI has been ordered by a federal judge to stop plundering information from James O’Keefe’s phone following a raid on his home and other properties connected with Project Veritas last weekend. The raid was a chilling and frightening overreach by law enforcement of protected journalistic work product. O’Keefe has said that his phone offers a window into what other projects he and his staff are working on — projects the Biden Administration may not want him to cover. The FBI raided O’Keefe’s apartment about 6 a.m. on Saturday with a phalanx of agents taking his electronics and other information, which they claimed would help discover how the journalist came into possession of President Biden’s daughter’s diary. They claim the diary was stolen. O’Keefe denies that characterization. The pr...

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I Was a Physician at a Federally Qualified Health Center. Here’s Why I No Longer Believe Government Health Care Can Work

In my medical training, a fellow physician tried to convince me that my liberal leanings on health care were misguided. While I firmly believed that the government had an important role in providing access to medical care—particularly to the underserved—my colleague argued that the government’s role in, well, anything, should be practically nonexistent. I remained firm in my conviction. After all, I grew up in a rural area where many residents, including my own family, received their health care from county health departments and government clinics. My lifelong dream was to become a physician and one day join one of these agencies to provide health care to needy patients. The best way to do that, it seemed to me, was to work in a clinic created for that very purpose—a Federally Qualified H...

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Joe Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Doesn’t Exist. It’s Just A Press Release

Americans are no longer living under representative government. We are living under government by the screen people, of the screen people, for the screen people. Yes, we’ve heard all about Joe Biden’s alleged vaccine mandate for private companies employing 100 or more people. It was all over the news even before he announced it on September 9. His announcement has jeopardized the employment of millions of Americans and increased worker shortages in critical domains such as health care. There’s only one problem. It’s all a mirage. Biden’s so-called vaccine mandate doesn’t exist — at least, not yet. So far, all we have is his press conference and other such made-for-media huff-puffing. No such rule even claiming to be legally binding has been issued yet. That’s why nearly two dozen Republica...

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