Media Blackout: Antifa Riot at Portland ICE Facility Overnight, Throw Mortar Explosives at Federal Police Officers

Media Blackout: Antifa Riot at Portland ICE Facility Overnight, Throw Mortar Explosives at Federal Police Officers | 28 Jan 2021 | There is a virtual media blackout after Antifa members rioted at the Portland, Oregon, ICE facility overnight. Nearly 60 Antifa terrorists burned American flags and threw projectiles and mortar explosives at federal police officers last night. Antifa blocked the street, set a dumpster on fire and tried to push it into the ICE building. Federal police were attacked as soon as they came out of the building to stop Antifa from setting the building on fire.

Illinois Governor Sending 500 National Guard Troops to Washington

Illinois Governor Sending 500 National Guard Troops to Washington | 30 Jan 2021 | Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker this week activated 500 National Guard members and is sending them to Washington to help with the continued military presence in the nation's capital. "Major General Neely [adjutant general of Illinois and commander of the Illinois National Guard] and I are ready to ensure that the state of Illinois continues its proud legacy of protecting our democracy. Ultimately, we must root out the dark forces of racism, white supremacy, and disinformation [?] that have created this moment, but until we do that, our extraordinary troops will deploy with honor," Pritzker, a Democrat, added. The troops are slated to be in Washington by the beginning of next week. They're expected to stay there until mid-March. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican, and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, also approved sending personnel to Washington this week. Other governors have recalled their troops and are not sending them back.

Google Play deletes over 150,000 Robinhood app reviews after frustrated users leave one-star ratings

Google Play deletes over 150,000 Robinhood app reviews after frustrated users leave one-star ratings | 28 Jan 2021 | Earlier today, Robinhood, the most popular trading app in the US, blocked its users from buying several trending stocks, such as GameStop and AMC, which have enjoyed a massive surge over the last few days, with much of the buying being driven by online communities. The block on buying appeared to have an instant impact on the market, with the price of these stocks quickly declining to the detriment of many of these retail traders who responded by filing class action lawsuits that accused Robinhood of depriving retail investors of potential gains and leaving hundreds of thousands of one-star app reviews. These negative reviews pushed the overall rating for the Robinhood app in the Google Play Store down from an overall rating of 3.5 stars to 1 star.

11 Fort Bliss soldiers suffering from ethylene glycol poisoning improving, Army says

11 Fort Bliss soldiers suffering from ethylene glycol poisoning improving, Army says | 30 Jan 2021 | Eleven soldiers suffering from poisoning effects after an incident at Fort Bliss near El Paso, Texas, were improving Saturday evening, authorities said. They were taken to the William Beaumont Army Medical Center Thursday, officials said, and two were in critical condition after the incident. The 1st Armored Division announced in a tweet Saturday evening that the condition of all 11 soldiers, all assigned to the 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, 32d Army Air and Missile Defense Command, was improving and that five of them would be released before day's end.

Vaccinated Congressman Tests Positive for COVID-19

Vaccinated Congressman Tests Positive for COVID-19 | 30 Jan 2021 | U.S Rep Stephen Lynch (D-MA) has announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 after receiving both doses of the Pfizer COVID vaccine. SFGATE reported: "A Massachusetts congressman who has received both doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine has tested positive for the virus. The office of U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch said Friday that the lawmaker had had a negative test result before attending Joe Biden's inauguration. The office says Lynch's positive test result came after a staff member in his Boston office tested positive earlier this week."

Lawyer Lin Wood Asked to Undergo Mental Health Evaluation by State Bar

Lawyer Lin Wood Asked to Undergo Mental Health Evaluation by State Bar | 29 Jan 2021 | Attorney Lin Wood, a lawyer who filed third-party lawsuits on behalf of former President Donald Trump’s election challenges, said he would not undergo a mental health evaluation requested by an attorney licensing organization. The move to refuse the evaluation would potentially put his law license at risk. Wood wrote on Telegram on Thursday that the State Bar of Georgia informed him that he would have to submit an evaluation to keep his license to practice law. "I have done nothing wrong. I have only exercised my right of free speech," Wood wrote in his post. "I will not allow the State Bar to persecute me for doing so and thereby violate my Constitutional rights."

FBI Lawyer Who Forged Email in Carter Page FISA Process Sentenced to Probation

FBI Lawyer Who Forged Email in Carter Page FISA Process Sentenced to Probation | 29 Jan 2021 | A federal judge on Jan. 29 sentenced former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith to 12 months of probation for forging an email that resulted in one of several major errors in the applications to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg described Clinesmith's forgery as an "inappropriate shortcut." The judge concurred with the defense's argument that the FBI attorney did not intend to lie when he added the words "not a source" to an email from a CIA liaison which described Page as having provided information to the agency. Boasberg, who serves as one of the judges in the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that approved the applications to surveil Page [in other words, another deep-state fraud], said that Clinesmith’s forgery damages the reputation of the court... The judge also ordered Clinesmith to serve 400 hours of community service.

Class-action lawsuit filed against Robinhood for restricting trading

Class-action lawsuit filed against Robinhood for restricting trading | 28 Jan 2021 | The stock trading app Robinhood was hit with a class-action lawsuit Thursday almost immediately after restricting the trading of stocks popularized by a Reddit forum. The suit, filed in the Southern District of New York, claims that the day-trading app "purposefully, willfully, and knowingly removing the stock 'GME' [GameStop] from its trading platform in the midst of an unprecedented stock rise thereby deprived retail investors of the ability to invest in the open-market and manipulating the open-market." Under the limits announced by Robinhood, users will be allowed to close out existing trades but won't be able to acquire new shares of stocks in companies including GameStop, AMC and BlackBerry.

Agent Fired From Literary Agency for Using Parler and Gab

Agent Fired From Literary Agency for Using Parler and Gab | 26 Jan 2021 | The president of a literary agency based in New York City said Monday on Twitter that one of the agency's employees was terminated after her use of conservative social media sites Parler and Gab was discovered. Colleen Oefelein, who identified herself on Twitter as an associate literary agent with the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency, appeared to confirm her termination in a tweet on Monday morning. "Well thanks Twitter and @JDLitAgency," Oefelein wrote. "I just got fired because I'm a Christian and a conservative." Jennifer De Chiara serves as the agency's president and senior agent, according to the agency's website. [And: CLG Founder, Michael Rectenwald, has a new novel, Thought Criminal. Time to read it!]

Twitter permanently bans My Pillow CEO

Twitter permanently bans My Pillow CEO | 26 Jan 2021 | Twitter has permanently banned My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell’s account after he continued to perpetuate the baseless claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Twitter decided to ban Lindell, who founded bedding company My Pillow, due to "repeated violations" of its [so-called] civic integrity policy, a spokesperson said in a statement. It was not immediately clear which posts by Lindell on Twitter triggered the suspension of his account... Major retailers such as Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl's have said that they would stop carrying My Pillow's products, Lindell previously said.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Claims Twitter Seized and Controlled His Account for Two Weeks

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Claims Twitter Seized and Controlled His Account for Two Weeks | 27 Jan 2021 | MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is claiming that the social media giant Twitter seized his account for two weeks and made posts on his account without his consent. Lindell made the claim during an appearance on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight where he described the backlash that he and his company have received due to Lindell’s participation in the fight for electoral integrity. "This time, about 17 days ago, when someone put up on the internet actual new machine election fraud, I retweeted it, and they took my Twitter down," Lindell wrote. "Now, when they took it down, this is interesting. They didn't take it down all the way. I just couldn't do anything, and they were running their Twitter account like they were me!" he explained.

Maricopa County Votes to Perform Forensic Audit of Machines Used in November Election

Maricopa County Votes to Perform Forensic Audit of Machines Used in November Election | 28 Jan 2021 | Maricopa County in Arizona will carry out a comprehensive forensic audit of its voting systems to allay concerns raised by some constituents about the integrity of the November 2020 election. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously at a meeting Wednesday to hire two independent companies to conduct an audit that will probe whether voting machines counted votes correctly, and whether they were tampered with or hacked in any way. The Republican-dominated board defended the accuracy of the county's election results while expressing hope that a comprehensive equipment and software audit would dispel concerns that the results were inaccurate.

New York undercounted nursing home coronavirus deaths by as much as 50%, state AG says

New York undercounted nursing home coronavirus deaths by as much as 50%, state AG says --James's report said that government guidance may have put residents at increased risk | 28 Jan 2021 | New York Attorney General Letitia James said that the state Department of Health underreported COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes by as much as 50%, according to a report released Thursday. The report holds New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's feet to the fire for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic in the early months of 2020, after he directed nursing homes in the Empire State to accept patients who had or were suspected of having COVID-19. The decision created an onslaught of COVID-19 cases that infected thousands of elderly patients and resulted in hundreds of deaths among the state's most vulnerable population. The state Department of Health reported that as of Jan. 27, 2021, there were 5,957 confirmed deaths due to the coronavirus in nursing homes and an additional 2,783 presumed deaths. In assisted care facilities, there were 160 deaths and 52 presumed deaths.

Second California patient dies soon after COVID-19 vaccination, investigations underway

Second California patient dies soon after COVID-19 vaccination, investigations underway | 27 Jan 2021 | The widow of a California health care worker who died after receiving the second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine says her late husband "believed in vaccines." X-ray technician Tim Zook's health went into a sharp decline after receiving the second shot and he was eventually transferred to the University of California, Irvine Medical Center where he died Jan. 9. An investigation was underway into Zook's death after he allegedly developed an onslaught of medical issues following the second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. The Orange County Coroner confirmed it was investigating Zook's death in a statement emailed to Fox News.

House Democrat touts resolution to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress

House Democrat touts resolution to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress | 27 Jan 2021 | Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-Calif.) announced on Wednesday that he will be introducing a resolution to expel fellow Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) from Congress.  "Her very presence in office represents a direct threat against the elected officials and staff who serve our government, and it is with their safety in mind, as well as the security of institutions and public servants across our country," Gomez said in the announcement... Greene has also expressed support for some conspiracy [sic] theories online, including QAnon. She supported former President Trump's claims of election fraud... "Such advocacy for extremism and sedition not only demands her immediate expulsion from Congress, but it also merits strong and clear condemnation from all of her Republican colleagues, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell," Gomez said.

Tulsi Gabbard Calls Adam Schiff, John Brennan 'Domestic Enemies'

Tulsi Gabbard Calls Adam Schiff, John Brennan 'Domestic Enemies' | 27 Jan 2021 | Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), conservatives' favorite Democrat these days, joined her colleagues in condemning the mob that descended on the Capitol on January 6, disrupting the electoral college certification and resulting the deaths of five people. She called them "domestic enemies." But Rep. Gabbard said another group of individuals deserves that title too, and should be considered even more dangerous because they have more power. Namely, the John Brennans, Adam Schiffs and the oligarchs in Big Tech. "But let us be clear, the John Brennan's, Adam Schiffs and the oligarchs in Big Tech who are trying to undermine our constitutionally-protected rights and turn our country into a police state with KGB-style 'surveillance' are also domestic enemies--and much more powerful, and therefore dangerous, than the mob which stormed the Capitol," she claimed.

Justice Department Charges Twitter Poster Over Four-Year-Old Meme About Hillary Clinton

Justice Department Charges Twitter Poster Over Four-Year-Old Meme About Hillary Clinton | 27 Jan 2021 | On Wednesday, the Justice Department announced charges against a social media influencer for a meme that was circulated in the weeks running up to the 2016 presidential election. According to the complaint, the meme erroneously informed Hillary Clinton voters they could cast their ballots simply by texting a number from their cell phones. Prosecutors allege 31-year-old Douglas Mackey, aka Ricky Vaughn, of West Palm Beach, Florida, interfered with the 2016 election by using social media to deprive individuals of their right to vote. At the time, Mackey had a Twitter audience of approximately 58,000 followers and was ranked by the MIT Media Lab as the 107th most influential influencer in the then-upcoming election. According to the complaint, between Sep. 2016 and Nov. 2016, Mackey conspired with others to use social media platforms, like Twitter, to direct Hillary Clinton voters toward an invalid method of voting.

San Francisco Board of Education advances plan to rename 44 schools

San Francisco Board of Education advances plan to rename 44 schools --The resolution was passed nearly unanimously by a vote of 6-1 Tuesday evening. | 27 Jan 2021 | The San Francisco Board of Education will advance a controversial plan to rename 44 schools in the city. On Tuesday evening, the board approved a resolution by a vote of 6-1 to change school names that honored historical figures with direct or broad ties to slavery, oppression, racism or the "subjugation" of human beings. "This is an opportunity for our students to learn about the history of our school's names, including the potential new ones," Board President Gabriela López said in a statement... In addition to former presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, the list includes naturalist John Muir, Spanish priest Junipero Serra, American revolution patriot Paul Revere, composer of the "Star Spangled Banner" Francis Scott Key, and current Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

DHS Issues New Terror Advisory on 'Domestic Violent Extremists' Who 'Object to Presidential Transition'

DHS Issues New Terror Advisory on 'Domestic Violent Extremists' Who 'Object to Presidential Transition' | 27 Jan 2021 | On Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security issued a new "National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin" or NTAS for the United States. Past updated bulletins in more "normal" times typically mention not being aware of a specific or credible threats, or there's often vague warnings of a potential "Iranian threat..." But the newest DHS posting emphasized the "domestic threat" of "ideologically-motivated violent extremists" with objections to "the presidential transition" --a clear reference to the Capitol Hill riot of January 6, as well as to the "predicted" follow-up mass demonstrations and assaults on D.C. which never materialized (resulting in thousands of bored National Guardsmen sauntering around Washington). DHS believes the threat will "persist in the weeks following the successful Presidential Inauguration," the bulletin says.

Oregon GOP claims Capitol riot a 'false flag operation designed to discredit' Trump, supporters

Oregon GOP claims Capitol riot a 'false flag operation designed to discredit' Trump, supporters | 27 Jan 2021 | The Oregon Republican Party passed a resolution condemning the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Trump and claiming without evidence that the Jan. 6 Capitol riot was a "false flag" operation meant to hurt conservatives. The state party’s resolution passed last week alleged there is "growing evidence that the violence at the Capitol was a 'false flag' operation designed to discredit President Trump, his supporters, and all conservative Republicans." "[T]his provided the sham motivation to impeach President Trump in order to advance the Democrat goal of seizing total power, in a frightening parallel to the February 1933 burning of the German Reichstag," the resolution states.

45 Republican Senators Vote Against Trump Impeachment Trial, Say It's Unconstitutional

45 Republican Senators Vote Against Trump Impeachment Trial, Say It's Unconstitutional --The 55–45 decision suggests that Trump will not be convicted in an impeachment trial | 26 Jan 2021 | Forty-five Republican senators voted against holding an impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump over his remarks at the U.S. Capitol, saying it would be unconstitutional to impeach a former president. All but five GOP senators sided with an effort proposed by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), sending a signal that there are not enough votes to convict Trump. Convicting a president during a Senate impeachment trial requires a two-thirds majority. Republican Sens. Mitt Romney (Utah), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), and Pat Toomey (Pa.) voted with Democrats to reject Paul’s order, suggesting the five senators will vote to convict Trump. Romney was the only Republican senator to vote to convict Trump during his first impeachment trial in early 2020. The Senate ultimately voted 55–45 to table Paul's point of order, meaning that the impeachment trial will go forward.

Sen. Patrick Leahy, tapped to preside over Trump impeachment, hospitalized

Sen. Patrick Leahy, tapped to preside over Trump impeachment, hospitalized | 26 Jan 2021 | Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the lawmaker tapped to preside over President Trump’s impeachment trial, has been hospitalized, his spokesman said. The 80-year-old Senate president pro tempore was taken to a local hospital and is under observation after he complained that he did not feel well after overseeing the swearing-in of senators as jurors in the trial earlier Tuesday. “This evening, Senator Leahy was in his Capitol office and was not feeling well,” Leahy spokesman David Carle said in a statement. “He was examined in the Capitol by the Attending Physician.  Out of an abundance of caution, the Attending Physician recommended that he be taken to a local hospital for observation, where he is now, and where he is being evaluated,” he said. Leahy at times sounded muffled and out of breath during the proceedings.

Anthony Fauci reportedly the highest-paid federal employee in the US

Mega barf alert *and* gag me with a chainsaw: Anthony Fauci reportedly the highest-paid federal employee in the US | 26 Jan 2021 | Dr. Anthony Fauci is the highest-paid among all 4 million federal employees -- including the leader of the free world. Fauci, 80, raked in $417,608 in 2019, the latest year for which the data is available, Forbes reported. The face of the White House coronavirus task force under former President Donald Trump, Fauci will have made $2.5 million in salary from 2019 until 2024 if he stays on as President Biden’s chief medical adviser, the outlet reported. And that doesn't even account for a possible raise he may get during that period.

Federal Judge Blocks Biden Deportation Freeze Nationwide After Texas AG Challenge

Federal Judge Blocks Biden Deportation Freeze Nationwide After Texas AG Challenge | 26 Jan 2021 | A federal judge in Texas temporarily blocked an executive order issued by President Joe Biden to halt the deportation of certain immigrants for 100 days. U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton, an appointee of former President Donald Trump, issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday blocking Biden's policy nationwide for 14 days after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton challenged it in court. The order is a setback to the Biden administration, which has proposed far-reaching changes including a plan to legalize about 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States illegally. Last week, the administration also issued an order that halts all U.S.-Mexico border wall construction.

Biden HHS nominee moved mother out of care facility as she directed nursing homes to take COVID patients

Biden HHS nominee moved mother out of care facility as she directed nursing homes to take COVID patients --Rachel Levine was criticized over handling of coronavirus pandemic | 20 Jan 2021 | Biden administration nominee Rachel Levine faced scrutiny last May after she moved her mother out of a personal care facility shortly after she implemented a policy directing Pennsylvania's nursing homes and certain care facilities to admit recovered COVID-19 patients who were treated at nearby hospitals. Levine implemented the policy last March in her role as Pennsylvania's health secretary. President-elect Joe Biden nominated Levine this week to serve in his administration as assistant health secretary in the Department of Health and Human Services. In May, a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Dept. of Health told told PennLive.com that Levine and her mother were notified that residents in her personal care facility had tested positive for the virus.

Sen. Hawley: It's time to stand up against the muzzling of America

Sen. Hawley: It's time to stand up against the muzzling of America By Sen. Josh Hawley (R - MO) | 24 Jan 2021 | Have you checked your social credit score lately? You might want to. Mine seems to have taken a nosedive this month. You might want to see how yours is doing. Everyone knows what a credit score is. But social credit scores are new. They're the latest corporate import from Communist China, where government and big business monitor every citizen's social views and statements. And they're the latest form of cancel culture in this country, as corporate monopolies and the left team up to shut down speech they don't like and force their political agenda on America. For those who still believe in free speech and the First Amendment, this is the time to take a stand.

Trump establishes 'Office of the Former President' in Florida

Trump establishes 'Office of the Former President' in Florida | 25 Jan 2021 | Former President Trump on Monday established an official post-presidency office in Palm Beach County, Fla., setting up a vehicle for future public appearances and statements. "The Office of the Former President" will manage Trump's correspondence, public statements, appearance and official activities, according to a press release from the office. "President Trump will always and forever be a champion for the American People," the release said.

As Americans await coronavirus stimulus checks, Biden offers $4B to migrant countries

As Americans await coronavirus stimulus checks, Biden offers $4B to migrant countries --Meanwhile, many Americans have not yet received their $600 stimulus check | 25 Jan 2021 | Americans still waiting on coronavirus relief, including stimulus checks, from the federal government may be surprised to learn that President [sic] Biden is reportedly offering $4 billion to Central American countries for development. Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Saturday that Biden told him the U.S. would send $4 billion to help development in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala -- nations whose hardships have spawned tides of migration through Mexico toward the United States. Meanwhile, many Americans have not yet received their $600 stimulus checks that were approved as part of the $900 billion relief package passed in December. While some Americans have received checks, the rollout is still ongoing.

FBI Agents Arrest 'WalkAway' Campaign Founder Brandon Straka

FBI Agents Arrest 'WalkAway' Campaign Founder Brandon Straka | 25 Jan 2021 | FBI agents arrested 'WalkAway' founder Brandon Straka on Monday for his 'actions' at the US Capitol on January 6. The WalkAway campaign began on Facebook in the summer of 2018 after Straka posted a video explaining why he was walking away from the Democratic party. The WalkAway movement attracted tens of thousands of people... Straka, 44, was taken into custody on Monday by agents from the FBI Omaha Field Office and faces charges of impeding a law enforcement officer during civil disorder, knowingly entering and remaining on restricted grounds without lawful authority and/or engaging in disorderly conduct within proximity to a restricted building to impede official functions and engaging in disorderly conduct with intent to disturb a hearing before Congress.

At Least One Third of the Nation Believes Joe Biden Stole the Election - Unchanged from December

At Least One Third of the Nation Believes Joe Biden Stole the Election - Unchanged from December | 25 Jan 2021 | One third of the nation believes that Joe Biden won the presidency due to election fraud, according to a Monmouth poll released on Monday. The number is even larger amongst Republicans, 72 percent of whom believe that the election was rigged. The polling firm also found that ten percent of America will never accept Biden as president.

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