Garland sends memo warning DOJ against talking to Congress

Garland sends memo warning DOJ against talking to Congress | 30 Aug 2022 | Attorney General Merrick Garland has circulated a memo to Department of Justice personnel articulating DOJ policy that its personnel are not to communicate with Congress directly, but to go through an internal office first. "[N]o department employee may communicate with Senators, Representatives, congressional committees, or congressional staff without advance coordination, consultation, and approval by OLA [Office of Legislative Affairs]," Fox News quoted the memo as stating. The memo only restates existing policy and does not represent a change. "All congressional inquiries and correspondence from Members, committees, and staff should be immediately directed to OLA upon receipt," according to an existing DOJ policy manual the outlet highlighted. The memo comes as whistleblowers have flocked to Republican elected officials with whistleblower allegations of political bias in the aftermath of the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.

House conservatives prep plans to impeach Biden

House conservatives prep plans to impeach Biden | 30 Aug 2022 | Republicans hoping to seize control of the House in November are already setting their sights on what is, for many of them, a top priority next year: impeaching Joe Biden. A number of rank-and-file conservatives have already introduced impeachment articles in the current Congress against the president. They accuse Biden of committing "high crimes" in his approach to a range of issues touching on border enforcement, the coronavirus pandemic and the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. "I have consistently said President [sic] Biden should be impeached for intentionally opening our border and making Americans less safe," said Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.). "Congress has a duty to hold the President accountable for this and any other failures of his Constitutional responsibilities, so a new Republican majority must be prepared to aggressively conduct oversight on day one."

U.S. artillery stockpiles 'uncomfortably low' after Ukraine aid - WSJ

Biden purposely weakening the U.S. to help the WEF-managed Nazis running Ukraine: U.S. artillery stockpiles 'uncomfortably low' after Ukraine aid - WSJ | 30 Aug 2022 | The US military is running low on some types of ammunition after the White House approved and delivered billions of dollars in "lethal aid" for Ukraine since February, several military officials told the Wall Street Journal on condition of anonymity. In addition to thousands of guns, drones, missiles, artillery platforms and rocket launchers, Washington has supplied Kiev with large amounts of ammo, including up to 806,000 155mm howitzer rounds. The stocks of the latter munitions are running "uncomfortably low," an unnamed Pentagon official told the Journal... The United States has devoted nearly $14 billion in direct weaponry supplies to Kiev this year alone.

Mikhail Gorbachev dies at 91

Mikhail Gorbachev dies at 91 --He will be remembered as the father of '‘perestroika' but also for presiding over the fall of the Soviet Union | 30 Aug 2022 | Mikhail Gorbachev, the first and only president of the Soviet Union, has died at the age of 91, in Moscow. His death was reported on Tuesday night by the Central Clinical Hospital, which said in a statement "Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev died this evening after a serious and prolonged illness." According to the news agency TASS, Gorbachev was hospitalized at the very beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, at the request of his doctors, and had been under medical supervision ever since... A divisive figure, supporters credit him with having played a key part in bringing about an end to the Cold War, while opponents accuse him of aiding in the fall of the Soviet Union and a major loss to Moscow's prestige and global influence.

Gavin McInnes Raided By Feds Live on Air, Allegedly Sitting in Jail Right Now

Gavin McInnes Raided By Feds Live on Air, Allegedly Sitting in Jail Right Now | 26 Aug 2022 | On Thursday night, political commentator and Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes was arrested by federal law enforcement live on air. McInnes is seen sitting in his hosting chair - and looks toward someone entering the studio. "We're shooting a show, can we do this another time?" McInnes asks. After he steps off camera, you can hear him saying he’d be happy to talk to them but he needs his lawyer. You then can't hear much. Someone pumped up the audio from the clip, and you can sort of hear chatter, and maybe someone saying "federal investigation." His empty chair was then broadcasting for 30 minutes until the show ended. At time of writing, there has been no announcements from the feds about his arrest, but a fellow broadcaster on Compound Media, Josh Denny, says he's in jail.

FBI 'unraveling' after reportedly shielding Hunter Biden from criminal probe, prosecutor claims

FBI 'unraveling' after reportedly shielding Hunter Biden from criminal probe, prosecutor claims | 30 Aug 2022 | The FBI appears to be "unraveling" from the inside as allegations mount that the agency's behavior in the Hunter Biden laptop story may have violated federal law enforcement norms, a former Utah federal prosecutor told Fox News on Tuesday. Brett Tolman told The Story that recent actions and overtures from within the bureau and the Justice Department are either "an unraveling...or perhaps it's damage control." "It is no coincidence in my mind that you have the Joe Rogan interview with [Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg] that reveals that the FBI clearly made a connection of Russian disinformation in the Hunter Biden release. You then have some of the specific agents in question like Tim Thibault," he said. Thibault, an assistant special agent-in-charge in the District of Columbia, resigned over the weekend. Thibault has been accused of instilling political bias in his handling of the Hunter Biden investigation.

Top agent exits FBI amid charge of political bias undermining Hunter Biden probe, sources sa

Top agent exits FBI amid charge of political bias undermining Hunter Biden probe, sources say | 29 Aug 2022 | A senior FBI official in the bureau’s Washington field office has abruptly resigned after coming under congressional scrutiny for suspected political bias in handling the investigation of Hunter Biden’s laptop computer. The Washington Times learned that Timothy Thibault, an assistant special agent in charge, was forced to leave his post. The information came from two former FBI officials familiar with the situation. Mr. Thibault was seen exiting the bureau's elevator on Friday. He was escorted by two or three "headquarters-looking types," according to eyewitness accounts provided to one of the former officials.

DOJ Says FBI Agents Took Potentially 'Privileged' Materials in Trump Raid

DOJ Says FBI Agents Took Potentially 'Privileged' Materials in Trump Raid | 29 Aug 2022 | Officials have completed their examination of documents that were taken during a raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence and it's possible "attorney-client privileged information" was seized by FBI agents, the Department of Justice stated in an Aug. 29 filing. The Justice Department (DOJ) was responding to a motion filed by Trump to request the appointment of a special master to review the seized documents. The DOJ's "privilege review team" was tasked with reviewing the documents, prosecutors said in the Aug. 29 legal brief, coming in response to a weekend ruling by U.S. District Judge Aileen M. Cannon to schedule a hearing on whether an independent third party to oversee the department's combing of evidence is needed. That team "identified a limited set of materials that potentially contain attorney-client privileged information, completed its review of those materials, and is in the process of following the procedures," according to the DOJ's filing, which noted that the review was carried out before Trump's request.

D.C. Schools Extend Deadline of COVID Vaccine Mandate, as Judge Overturns D.C. Government Worker Mandate

D.C. Schools Extend Deadline of COVID Vaccine Mandate, as Judge Overturns D.C. Government Worker Mandate | 29 Aug 2022 | In a significant about-face, government officials in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 26 postponed a policy that would have required proof of vaccination for COVID-19 for all students age 12 and over for the new school year -- just days after announcing the policy. This announcement comes on the face of a related development, just one day prior, when a D.C. Superior Court judge struck down the district's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for government workers. The policy had been challenged by the D.C. Police Union earlier in the year. In an Aug. 26 letter to school officials in the district, Deputy Mayor for Education Paul Kihn introduced a "staggered" approach for the implementation and enforcement of the district's school vaccine mandate. Under the new policy, students 12 and older now have a Jan. 3, 2023, deadline to receive the two-dose primary series of COVID-19 vaccines, after which they would face expulsion.

37,500 Affidavits Delivered to Gwinnett County, Georgia, Election Board – 20,000 Challenging the 2020 Election Which Never Should Have Been Certified in Georgia

37,500 Affidavits Delivered to Gwinnett County, Georgia, Election Board – 20,000 Challenging the 2020 Election Which Never Should Have Been Certified in Georgia | 29 Aug 2022 | Per a press release out this morning, more than 37,000 affidavits were delivered to the Gwinnett Country, Georgia, Election Board challenging voter rolls and the handling of the 2020 Election. These affidavits include 20,000 challenges to actual votes that were certified just after the 2020 election. The submitted affidavits only include Gwinnett County vote challenges. Still, the number far exceeds the presidential spread for the entire state of Georgia and confirms the 2020 election should not have been certified.

'Defund Davos' Bill Would Deny World Economic Forum Taxpayer Cash

'Defund Davos' Bill Would Deny World Economic Forum Taxpayer Cash | 29 Aug 2022 | House Republicans have introduced a bill to block any taxpayer funds from potentially supporting the activities of the World Economic Forum. Sponsored by Representatives Scott Perry (PA), Tom Tiffany (WI), and Lauren Boebert (CO), the legislation follows controversy over the group's exploitation of COVID-19 to advance its corporate-leftist social agenda. The World Economic Forum (WEF) has also weaponized climate change as an excuse to implement the tenets of its "Great Reset" theory which includes the abolition of private property. The "Defund Davos Act" would ensure that U.S. taxpayer funds don't support the WEF's ambitions and follows previous efforts from the Trump administration to withdraw from other international organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO). "No funds available to the Department of State, the United States Agency for International Development, or any other department or agency may be used to provide funding for the World Economic Forum," reads the Bill, H.R. 8748.

Judge Signals Intent to Back Trump's Request for Mar-a-Lago Special Master

Judge Signals Intent to Back Trump's Request for Mar-a-Lago Special Master | 29 Aug 2022 | A federal judge says she is inclined to grant former President Donald Trump's request to appoint a neutral third party to review documents and other materials seized by the FBI earlier this month in a raid on Trump's Florida home, citing "exceptional circumstances." U.S. District Judge Aileen M. Cannon for the Southern District of Florida, a Trump appointee, said in a filing on Aug. 27 that she decided to give Trump a chance to make his case after reviewing Trump's submissions and the "exceptional circumstances presented." A so-called special master--usually a retired lawyer or judge--independently examines the records and filters out privileged information before the government can review them. "Pursuant to Rule 53(b) (1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Court's inherent authority, and without prejudice to the parties' objections, the Court hereby provides notice of its preliminary intent to appoint a special master in this case," Cannon wrote.

Annual COVID-19 Boosters May Not Be Good Use of Resources - AstraZeneca Boss

Annual COVID-19 Boosters May Not Be Good Use of Resources - AstraZeneca Boss | 28 Aug 2022 | Annual booster vaccination against COVID-19 may not be "a good use of resources," the boss of major vaccine maker AstraZeneca has said. The UK health authorities are offering a booster jab to everyone over the age of 50 to protect them from COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases this winter. But Pascal Soriot, AstraZeneca's chief executive officer, said that he is unclear on whether "boosting people every year is that critical." In an interview with The Telegraph, Soriot said he believes most of the vaccinated population has a "foundation immunity against severe disease" at this point.

Bank Australia to stop offering loans for new fossil fuel vehicles to 'combat climate change'

Bank Australia to stop offering loans for new fossil fuel vehicles to 'combat climate change' | 20 Aug 2022 | A major Australian bank has announced it will stop offering loans for new petrol and diesel cars as part of an aggressive approach to combat climate change. Bank Australia says it will cease funding for new fossil fuel vehicles from 2025 onwards, though will continue to offer customers finance for second-hand petrol and diesel cars. "By ceasing car loans for new fossil fuel vehicles, we are sending a signal to the Australian market about the rapid acceleration in the transition from internal combustion to electric vehicles we expect to see in the next few years," the bank's chief impact officer Sasha Courville said. The bank made the announcements at the National Electric Vehicle Summit in Canberra and defended the policy's introduction in just over two years, saying urgent action was needed to keep global temperature rises below 1.5 degrees.

Ukraine's attempt at counter-offensive has failed - Russia

Ukraine's attempt at counter-offensive has failed - Russia --Kiev's troops suffered great losses in a failed attack on Kherson ordered by President Zelensky, Moscow claims | 29 Aug 2022 | Ukraine’s much-heralded "counter-offensive" in Kherson has "failed miserably," the Russian Defense Ministry said on Monday, listing the losses suffered by Kiev at the end of the day. Ukrainian forces attempted to attack in three directions on orders of President Vladimir Zelensky but made no gains, Moscow said. Russian troops caused "great losses" to the Ukrainian attackers during the day's battles, including 26 tanks, 23 armored fighting vehicles, nine more armored vehicles, two SU-25 ground-attack jets and more than 560 troops, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement on Monday evening.

Moderna Vaccine Trials Contained 'Mostly Irrelevant Studies' and 'Deceptive Practices' - Veteran Pharma Analyst

Moderna Vaccine Trials Contained 'Mostly Irrelevant Studies' and 'Deceptive Practices' - Veteran Pharma Analyst | 27 Aug 2022 | Moderna's internal documents regarding their COVID vaccine trials, obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request by Judicial Watch, show that most of their studies submitted for approval to the FDA were "irrelevant" and did not follow Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), according to a former pharma executive. The 700 pages contain a portion of the formal Biologics Licensing Application (BLA) package that a manufacturer is required to submit to the FDA for approval. Four hundred of these pages were on non-Spikevax products. The documents have not been made public, but were analyzed by former pharma executive Alexandra Latypova and reviewed by The Epoch Times.

Marine wounded in Kabul suicide attack claims CIA warned them about bomber, watched him for two days and were told not to kill him

Marine wounded in Kabul suicide attack claims CIA warned them about bomber, watched him for two days and were told not to kill him in horrifying account of the blast that killed 13 US service members and hundreds of Afghans --Tristan Hirsch, 24, said Marines had spotted the bomber hanging around for two days --"We knew what he looked like. The CIA let us know," said Hirsch | 25 Aug 2022 | Marines stationed at Kabul airport's Abbey Gate last year were give a description by the CIA of a suicide bomber two days before an explosion ripped through the chaotic evacuation, according to one of the troops wounded in the blast. They spotted him observing their position but were denied permission when they asked to open fire on him. Thirteen U.S. service personnel and at least 170 Afghans died on August 26, 2021, when the Islamic State bomber detonated his explosives. Tristan Hirsch was a U.S. Marine stationed at the gate at the heart of the chaos... He described Taliban executions in the crush of people trying to escape, the presence of a second suicide bomber and claimed Marines had seen the first bomber in the area for two days - but were not allowed to kill him. "We knew about him two days prior to the attack," Hirsch, 24, told his local newspaper in California, the Chico Enterprise-Record. "We knew what he looked like. The CIA let us know; he looked exactly as they'd described him."

Rockefeller Foundation Wants 'Mercury Project' Behavioral Scientists to Come Up With More Convincing COVID Vaxx Narratives

Rockefeller Foundation Wants 'Mercury Project' Behavioral Scientists to Come Up With More Convincing COVID Vaxx Narratives | 28 Aug 2022 | In yet another sign that the covid vaccination agenda of globalist institutions did not do quite as well as they had originally hoped, the Rockefeller Foundation has revealed that it (along with other non-profits) has been pumping millions of dollars into a behavioral science project meant to figure out why large groups of people around the world refuse to take the jab. The "Mercury Project" is a collective of behavioral scientists formed by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), a non-profit group which receives considerable funding from globalist organizations and governments. ...The root intentions appear to be focused on using behavioral psychology and mass psychology elements to understand the global resistance to the recent covid compliance efforts. Mercury groups will be deployed in multiple nations and regions and will study vaccine refusal and the medical "disinformation" that leads to it. They are operating with the intent to tailor vaccination narratives to fit different ethnic and political backgrounds, looking for the key to the gates of each cultural kingdom and convincing them to take the jab.

CIA and Pompeo Sued for Spying on Assange's Visitors at Embassy

CIA and Pompeo Sued for Spying on Assange's Visitors at Embassy | 16 Aug 2022 | On Monday, a group of U.S. lawyers and journalists filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and its former Director Mike Pompeo for eavesdropping on their conversations with Julian Assange, while he was in asylum at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. The suit alleges that Pompeo -- who headed the CIA between 2017 and 2018, before being appointed Secretary of State by Donald Trump -- oversaw and directed an extraordinary campaign of illegal espionage on Assange's lawyers and other people inside the embassy. "The U.S. Constitution shields American citizens from U.S. government overreach even when the activities take place in a foreign embassy in a foreign country," said Richard Roth, an attorney who is part of the group of plaintiffs, which also includes journalists Charles Glass and John Goetz and attorneys Margaret Kunstler and Deborah Hrbek.

Assange files appeal against US extradition

Assange files appeal against US extradition --Lawyers tell a UK court the WikiLeaks co-founder is being "punished for his political opinions" | 27 Aug 2022 | Julian Assange's legal team filed an appeal on Friday to stop the WikiLeaks co-founder's extradition to the US, where he faces espionage charges that carry a prison sentence of up to 175 years. According to WikiLeaks, Assange's lawyers filed "perfected grounds of appeal" before the UK High Court of Justice against the US government and UK Home Secretary Priti Patel, who approved the extradition of the Australian-born editor in mid-June. The appeal argues "Julian Assange is being prosecuted and punished for his political opinions," while the U.S. government "misrepresented the core facts" of the case to the UK judiciary.

New York City Using 14 Hotels to House Migrants Bused From Texas

New York City Using 14 Hotels to House Migrants Bused From Texas | 27 Aug 2022 | New York City is now using 14 hotels to house the migrants being bused by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. The governor has been sending the flood of migrants in his state to liberal cities and states, as well as Washington, D.C. On Saturday, busses carrying 96 more migrants arrived in NYC from Texas. He has now sent over 1,500 to the sanctuary city as part of Operation Lone Star. "Texas is filling the gaps left in Biden's absence at our border," Abbott wrote on social media on Saturday. "We've made over 19K arrests, seized over 335.5M lethal fentanyl doses, & sent over 7,400 migrants on buses to DC & over 1,500 to NYC. While Biden ignores the crisis, Texas steps up."

Anti-government protesters gather outside New Zealand's parliament

Anti-government protesters gather outside New Zealand's parliament --Thousands of demonstrators gathered in Wellington today to let their voices be heard. | 23 Aug 2022 | Thousands of anti-government demonstrators gathered outside New Zealand's parliament today to vent their frustration on a range of issues, nearly six months after occupying protesters were forcibly removed. The protesters, organised by the Freedom and Rights Coalition, arrived from around New Zealand and assembled on the lawns outside of parliament in the capital, Wellington. Protesters gathered in Wellington early, before marching through to parliament. Attendees, many with placards calling for freedom, were protesting over a range of issues, including tighter environmental regulations for farmers, a government bid to take over regionally owned water assets and COVID-19 restrictions witnessed over the last two years.

Ukrainian Woman Inna Yashchyshyn, Who Impersonated a Rothschild at Mar-a-Lago, Is Almost Certainly a Deep-State Plant

Ukrainian Woman Inna Yashchyshyn, Who Impersonated a Rothschild at Mar-a-Lago, Is Almost Certainly a Deep-State Plant | 27 Aug 2022 | A Ukrainian woman posing as a member of the Rothschild banking family has been outed as a fraud after she allegedly infiltrated former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, according to reports. Inna Yashchyshyn, 33, lied to ritzy resort members that she was the heiress to the reputed family's mass fortune, Anna de Rothschild, according to a probe by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Ms. Yashchyshyn has multiple passports and IDs. She has passports for the U.S., Ukraine, Russia, and Canada. The U.S. and Russian passports were issued in 2014. The fact that she has these would have been instantly detected by various intelligence entities. This also indicates that this woman is a U.S. intelligence asset.

Electricity prices in key EU markets hit record highs

Electricity prices in key EU markets hit record highs -- Power-supply crisis worsens, knocking out German and French markets | 27 Aug 2022 | The price for electricity in two key EU markets saw enormous increases on Friday, forcing the bloc's leaders to call an emergency meeting to discuss the power-supply crisis that keeps tightening its grip, Bloomberg reports. On Friday, the French year-ahead contract soared about 25% to €1,130 per megawatt-hour on the European Energy Exchange. The German equivalent gained its way to a record as well, surging by as much as 33% to €995 per megawatt-hour, marking an increase of nearly 70% this week.

Pfizer's Paxlovid COVID Pill Showed No Measurable Benefit in Adults 40 to 65 - Study

Pfizer's Paxlovid COVID Pill Showed No Measurable Benefit in Adults 40 to 65 - Study --Paxlovid has become the CDC's recommended outpatient treatment for COVID-19 and the Biden administration has spent more than $10 billion purchasing the drug. | 26 Aug 2022 | A new study has found that Pfizer's COVID-19 oral antiviral pill Paxlovid appears to provide little or no benefit for younger adults. Researchers in the Israel-based study, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday, examined over 109,000 patients between Jan. 9 and March 31 of this year. During the study period, the omicron variant was the dominant strain in Israel... People between the ages of 40 and 64 who were at high risk saw no measurable benefit, according to the analysis of medical records... Pfizer expects Paxlovid to bring in more than $20 billion this year.

Pennsylvania Abruptly Changes Voter Registration Form, Combines With Mail-In Ballot Application

Pennsylvania Abruptly Changes Voter Registration Form, Combines With Mail-In Ballot Application | 26 Aug 222 | In the middle of the election cycle, the Pennsylvania Department of State has suddenly changed its voter registration application form to include a mail-in ballot application. The applications used to be on separate forms, but this seemingly small clerical change is creating logistical headaches for county election directors and causing voter confusion. Registering to vote and seeking a mail-in ballot are two different actions requiring different responses in the county election offices. All voter registration applications are filed together, and mail-in ballot applications are filed separately. That is because, as per state law, county election offices must mail an application each year to everyone who asked to be on the permanent mail-in ballot list.

California bans the sale of gas-powered vehicles

California bans the sale of gas-powered vehicles | 24 Aug 2022 | In a frantic effort to reach net zero emissions, California just announced a ban on the sale of new gas-powered vehicles within the state beginning in 2035. "The climate crisis is solvable if we focus on the big, bold steps necessary to stem the tide of carbon pollution," Governor Gavin Newsom said in a statement. As reported by the New York Times, leading up to the ban, the state has further set aggressive targets at phasing out gas-powered vehicles. To this end, California has set interim targets to have 35% of all vehicles be emissions-free by 2026 and that 68% of all vehicles should be emissions-free by 2030.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene again targeted in 'swatting' incident, police say

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene again targeted in 'swatting' incident, police say | 25 Aug 2022 | Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was again the target of a "swatting" police call early Thursday morning, police said. For the second night in a row, police officers in Rome, Georgia, responded to a "swatting" call this week at the Georgia Republican's home just before 3 a.m. ET on Thursday, Rome Police said in a statement. Officers had previously responded to Greene's home early Wednesday morning for a false report of a person shot. The call "was received on what appeared to be a suicide crisis line from an internet chat," the statement said. Police also said it was "confirmed this was a second false report." Rome Police investigators are working with the Capitol Police on the investigation and are not presently releasing additional information. Wednesday morning, police officers in Rome responded shortly after 1 a.m. ET to a "911 call reference to a subject being shot multiple times," said Rome Police assistant chief Debbie Burnett. Upon arriving at the address, "they discovered this was the home of Marjorie Taylor Greene," Burnett said.

DOJ reveals redacted affidavit justifying Trump Mar-a-Lago raid

DOJ reveals redacted affidavit justifying Trump Mar-a-Lago raid | 26 Aug 2022 | The Justice Department on Friday revealed a heavily redacted copy of the affidavit used to obtain a search warrant for former President Donald Trump's home Mar-a-Lago. The FBI had probable cause to believe that records containing classified national defense information would be found at the Palm Beach, Florida, residence, according to an agent who wrote the 32-page affidavit. "There is also probable cause to believe that evidence of obstruction will be found" at Trump's home, read an unredacted portion of the affidavit. A federal judge had ordered the key document's release over the objections of the DOJ, which argued it contains highly sensitive facts about the ongoing criminal investigation into Trump. U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart accepted the DOJ's proposed redactions to the affidavit one day before it was made public.

State AGs weigh legal challenge to Biden's $500B student loan handout

State AGs weigh legal challenge to Biden's $500B student loan handout --AGs and conservative groups searching for parties with standing to sue Biden over student loan handout | 26 Aug 2022 | GOP state attorneys general and conservative groups are weighing legal challenges against Joe Biden's decision to cancel between $10,000-and-$20,000 in student debt for some Americans. "We're actively looking into legal options to halt the Biden Administration's abuse of power and assault on working-class Americans," Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt told Fox News Digital. Conservative groups like the Job Creators Network, which is assessing legal and political options to oppose the handout, say the argument for Biden's ability to act unilaterally in canceling student debt for millions of borrowers rests on shaky ground. "This a bailout enacted by executive overreach akin to the administration's illegal employer vaccine mandate and eviction moratorium that were struck down by the Supreme Court," said Alfredo Ortiz, the group's president. "Like those examples of Biden's regulatory state, this action should also be challenged in court."

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