May 26, 2024

U.S. Politics

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Swamp loads 'minibus' budget with cash for woke causes
The federal spending "minibus" which was shoved through Congress by the "uniparty" on Friday is loaded with earmarks that set aside millions in taxpayer dollars for woke causes, with a heavy dose of funds for the trans movement. Read More.
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UFC prepared former fighter for 2024 Information War
He may have never been a top champion in his 16 years in mixed martial arts (MMA) fighting, including a stint in the UFC, but Aaron Riley "built a reputation for being one of the toughest fighters in the sport who was willing to step up and face anybody inside the cage or ring," Bleacher Report noted in 2013 when Riley announced he was retiring. Read More.
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Report: Google election interference boosts Democrats
Google since 2008 has been interfering in elections to benefit Democrat candidates, a media watchdog group reported. Read More.
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Zuxit: More states, counties are banning Zuckerbucks
In 2020, the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) funneled some $350 million into local elections offices under the guise of making it safer to vote during the pandemic. Most of the funds donated to the nonprofit came from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Read More.
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Elias's war on MAGA: Election lawsuits in 21 states
Democrat Party operative Marc Elias boasted recently on social media that his law firm is “now litigating 55 voting and election cases in 21 states.” Read More.
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DOJ said pushing imprisoned illegals to register to vote
The Biden Department of Justice and U.S. Marshals service are encouraging illegal aliens and other ineligible felons in prions in all 50 states to register to vote, Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson warned. Read More.
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Biden's top five State of the Union lies on the economy
It's a good thing President Joe Biden wasn't strapped to a polygraph while giving his State of the Union speech on Thursday, because his results would have come back about as clean as O.J. Simpson's. That was especially true when he recited a lot of tall tales — and some whoppers — while touting his administration's alleged successes. Read More.
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Driver: Trump never tried to commandeer 'The Beast'
New evidence released by a House committee destroys two sensational claims made by Democrats about President Donald Trump during the Jan. 6 investigation. Read More.
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Insurrection? Dems oppose certifying Trump victory
If Democrats can't keep Donald Trump from returning to the White House via the courts and the nation's controversial election system, their voters say the party's Congress members should refuse to certify a Trump Electoral College victory. Read More.
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Feds profiling Americans based on 'political belief'
The feds are colluding with Big Banks and Big Business to "spy on everything Americans buy, every place they go, every thing they do," Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government Chairman Jim Jordan said in his opening statement at a March 7 hearing. Read More.
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New RNC co-chair Lara Trump warns those 'thinking of cheating'
The days of business as usual are over for the GOP, vowed new RNC co-chair Lara Trump on Sunday. Read More.
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Ousted: 7 RINOs who voted to impeach Texas AG Paxton
Seven Republican incumbents who voted for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's impeachment lost in Tuesday's primary election to challengers backed by Gov. Greg Abbott or Paxton. Read More.
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For Trump, Rocky Mountain high on Super Tuesday
In what was certainly the most symbolic of Donald Trump's many victories on Super Tuesday, the former president rolled to victory in Colorado, the first state that had kicked him off the 2024 ballot. Read More.
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Supreme Court says states can't kick Trump off ballot
The Supreme Court on Monday unanimously reversed the Colorado decision to remove Donald Trump from the state's 2024 election ballot. Read More.
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Trump calls on supporters for landslide ‘too big to rig’
Following blowout victories in Idaho, Michigan, and Missouri, Donald Trump said at a campaign rally in Richmond on Saturday that "Nov. 5 is the biggest day in the history of our country," and urged his supporters to in upcoming primary states to vote in order to "send a signal" about major changes needed for the nation. Read More.

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