Friday, July 30, 2021
Following his LEADERS example to the letter....except even Biden is not this EXTREME...!!
Fox News host Tucker Carlson hilariously called Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin a "neurotic cat lady" during Thursday night's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" opening monologue.
Austin's Twitter account posted a video of the fully-vaccinated defense secretary exiting his plane on Thursday wearing a face shield and a face mask during a visit to the Phillipines.
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The CEO and founder of the ubiquitous pillow company has been an outspoken critic of the 2020 election results, claiming fraud and massive irregularities.
Lindell claims the election was stolen, though all 50 states and the Electoral College have certified the results as legal and final.
Lindell told Salon that he planned to pull his Fox ads "immediately."
"Shame on you, Fox News," he said. "Shame on them!"
Fox News, in a statement to The Hill, acknowledged that it declined to air Lindell’s TV ad, and that Lindell has "paused" his MyPillow ads.
Last year MyPillow paid close to $50 million for Fox News ads, and reportedly spent another $19 million this year, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Is Biden a PEDOPHILE
IF THE COVID SPIKE IS SO
DEADLY, WHY IS THE
BORDER STILL OPEN ?
Thursday, July 29, 2021
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- On Wednesday, President Joe Biden held a town hall in Cincinnati that aired on CNN. It was such an unmitigated disaster, hardly anyone in the corporate news media is reporting on it.
It’s unclear why the White House would put Joe Biden on live television late in the day when his ability to formulate a coherent sentence is at its worst. But they did, and he was a train wreck.
Even with a supportive, sycophantic Don Lemon as his moderator, Biden floundered and meandered, while often getting lost on his way to a point.
Early on, when trying to discuss the possibility of vaccinating children under twelve, Biden struggled painfully – burping out a meaningless word salad and eventually getting to some sort of point that had nothing to do with the question.
ARMED INSURRECTION...?? Thirty-five-year-old Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt was hit by THE ONLY SHOT FIRED during the riot.And...that was fired by a Capitol policeman...(who are really NOT policemen)
During Tuesday's House select committee hearing on January 6, we got fresh details and first-hand accounts from four police officers who came face to face with rioters and the weapons they brought, once again debunking this false narrative.
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, one of two Republicans Speaker Nancy Pelosi chose to serve on the committee, ridiculed the idea that January 6 "was not an armed insurrection" and asked the four officers testifying to respond to that claim.
In February, GOP Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin made waves for questioning whether the events of January 6 were really as violent as they appeared and suggested it wasn't an armed insurrection. And in May, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas claimed there was no evidence the riot was an "armed insurrection," adding that "Not one person has been charged with bringing a firearm to the Capitol."
As Kinzinger noted during the hearing, all of these claims are inaccurate.
Facts First: While it's impossible to know precisely how many firearms were brought to the Capitol on January 6, it's already clear that at least some of the people present were carrying guns that day. And as the police officers who testified at the committee on Tuesday made clear, rioters also used numerous other objects as weapons such as knives and bats.
US Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell told Kinzinger that "(c)ommon things were used as weapons, like a baseball bat, a hockey stick, a rebar, a flagpole -- including the American flag -- pepper spray, bear spray."
The rioters "had all these items," Gonell said, "used to attack us. Those are weapons."
As CNN has reported, rioters also used knives, stolen police shields, a stun gun, fire extinguisher and more. Hand-to-hand combat led to more than a dozen officers being sent to the hospital, some of whom had bone fractures and concussions.
So far, with the investigation still ongoing, three individuals have been charged for allegedly bringing a gun onto Capitol grounds on January 6. At least two other individuals have also been charged with gun crimes in relation to the events of that day, though they are not accused of carrying on Capitol grounds.
According to police testimony, Christopher Alberts was arrested leaving the Capitol grounds on January 6 while trying to flee from officers after they suspected he was carrying a firearm on his hip. Alberts was carrying a loaded pistol and 25 rounds of ammunition, according to court documents.
Guy Reffitt has been charged with illegally bringing a handgun on Capitol grounds on January 6. Reffitt allegedly told family members he "brought his gun with him" in the Capitol attack.
Mark Ibrahim, who at the time was an off-duty special agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration, has been charged with bringing his service weapon on Capitol grounds during the insurrection as well as lying to the FBI about why he was at the Capitol.
Another individual, Cleveland Meredith Jr., is accused of possessing a pistol and rifle without "a registration for any firearm in Washington, DC," which were recovered by the FBI a day after the insurrection. According to an officer statement, the individual arrived too late for the Capitol riot and talked about killing Pelosi in a text conversation.
Yet another person, Lonnie Coffman, is accused of parking a truck filled with 11 homemade bombs, a handgun and an assault rifle two blocks away from the Capitol for several hours on January 6. Most of these defendants have pleaded not guilty or say they'll fight the charges.
Federal prosecutors have also said members of the Oath Keepers, a paramilitary group, likely stored weapons at a hotel in Arlington, Virginia, as part of their plan to have an armed rapid-response force during the January 6 insurrection. (AN ASSUMPTION)
During Tuesday's hearing, DC Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges noted that the situation during the riot made it difficult to confirm reports of firearms and conduct arrests accordingly on January 6 itself. Hodges said the gun recovery unit was "working the crowd to try and confirm reports of firearms on certain people but it's also difficult to were."
Simone Biles is Being Penalized for Being Exceptional She’s the only one who can do what she does, and that scares people
Biles is constantly pushing the boundaries of the sport and pushing herself to be the best gymnast she can be. She is the first female gymnast to attempt the Yurchenko double pike, and has developed, perfected, and is now planning to compete with two new moves that are named after her.
So how is she being penalized ?
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
And...We should expect WHAT..?? The "LYIN AND CRYIN" is exactly what I expected..You know the videos and audios are going to be doctored and edited to be what the demoRats WANT them to show. What I'd like to know is when the Capitol Police officer who SHOT, unarmed Ashli Babbitt, is going to be investigated, SHE WAS UNARMED AND POSED NO THREAT...!! She was among hundreds of others, why her ? Because she was a woman and white....???
Greg Gutfeld can't 'stomach the crying' from Jan. 6 commission members Fox News Jul 27, 2021
'The Five' debates whether Speaker Pelosi's commission is fair after refusing two GOP congressmen. #FoxNews #TheFive
Jim Jordan reveals who he want's to investigate on Jan. 6 commission Jul 21, 2021 Fox News
Ohio Republican reacts to liberal media 'losing it' over Jan. 6 commission appointment . #FoxNews #Ingraham
Jim Jordan gets heated demanding Pelosi answer Jan. 6 questions Fox News 27 minutes ago
Ohio Republican discusses the ongoing investigation and responds to being left off the select committee on 'Special Report.' #FoxNews
Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records on Alleged Transfer of Bank Financial Data of Every Person in Washington, DC Area around January 6 JULY 06, 2021 | JUDICIAL WATCH
(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the United States Department of Justice for records of communication between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and several financial institutions about the reported transfer of financial transactions made by people in DC, Maryland and Virginia on January 5 and January 6, 2021 (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:21-cv-01216)). Last week, the FBI refused to confirm or deny any such records exist.
The lawsuit was filed after the FBI failed to respond to a February 10, 2021, FOIA request seeking:
All records of communication between the FBI and any financial institution, including but not limited to Bank of America, Citibank, Chase Manhattan Bank, Discover, and/or American Express, in which the FBI sought transaction data for those financial institutions’ debit and credit card account holders who made purchases in Washington, DC, Maryland and/or Virginia on January 5, 2021 and/or January 6, 2021.
Bank of America reportedly “actively but secretly engaged in the hunt for extremists in cooperation with the government” and, following the events of January 6, gave the FBI financial records of their customers who fit the following profile:
1. Customers confirmed as transacting, either through bank account debit card or credit card purchases in Washington, D.C. between 1/5 and 1/6.
2. Purchases made for Hotel/Airbnb RSVPs in DC, VA, and MD after 1/6.
3. Any purchase of weapons or at a weapons-related merchant between 1/7 and their upcoming suspected stay in D.C. area around Inauguration Day.
4. Airline related purchases since 1/6.
On June 24, 2021, Judicial Watch responded to this request by sending a news article detailing Bank of America’s handing over transaction records to the FBI of people in the Washington, DC area around the date of January 6.
On July 1, 2021, the FBI responded to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request with a letter stating that it accepts Judicial Watch’s narrowing of the search, but that it neither confirms nor denies the existence of these documents. The FBI states:
The FBI accepts this supplemental correspondence as evidence you are further clarifying and narrowing the subject of your request to records/financial transaction requests from financial institutions pertaining to the alleged riot on Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021, to include records/financial transactions from January 5, 2021 for the 3 jurisdictions.
Please be advised that it is the FBI’s policy to neither confirm nor deny the existence of any records which would disclose the existence or non-existence of non-public law enforcement techniques, procedures, and/or guidelines. The acknowledgment that any such records exist or do not exist could reasonably be expected to risk circumvention of law.
“We want the details on what looks to be an unprecedented abuse of the financial privacy of countless innocent Americans by big banks and the FBI,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The FBI’s stonewalling and non-denial denial of our request speak volumes.”
Judicial Watch experts were up on Capitol Hill earlier this month explaining the implications of a big 6-3 Supreme Court ruling in the fierce battle for clean elections. The immediate issues in Brnovich, Attorney General of Arizona, v. Democratic National Committee et al revolved around out-of-precinct voting and ballot harvesting. Should the Arizona practices be banned?
COMING SOON....TO YOUR STATE..!!
Andrew Cuomo: We Must Knock on Doors, Put People in Cars, ‘Drive them and Get that Vaccine in Their Arm’
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) on Monday said it is the community’s mission to get more people vaccinated, previewing his administration’s desire to knock on doors, put unvaccinated people in cars, and drive them to “get that vaccine in their arm.”
“I wear a mask because I care about you. I get a vaccine because I care about you,” Cuomo said, framing compliance to various methods of government coercion as an expression of selflessness.
“We understand that we are all in this together. We understand that as goes one goes all in this city where we all live together and in this state where we all live together,” he continued.
“We have to get back to work. We have to get back to work, and we have to get back to work now, and we have to spread this message or we’re going to spread the virus,” he said before specifically expressing the desire to knock on doors and drive unvaccinated people to get the jab.
“And we have to get in those communities, and we have to knock on those doors, and we have to convince people, and put them in a car and drive them and get that vaccine in their arm. That is the mission,” the Democrat mayor said during Monday’s press conference, where he announced the allocation of $15 million from the state’s budget to promote vaccinations:
Monday, July 26, 2021
Dan Bongino blasts Biden's Cuba response: 'Biggest bunt' in US politics June 26 2021 Fox News
Fox News contributor Dan Bongino sounds off on protesters urging the president to take a tougher stance on Cuba and ethical concerns surrounding Hunter Biden's art sale. #FoxNews