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I’d love to hear what those who constantly sling shit with no substantive proposals, support that which is different than the above.
(Hint: “Orange man bad” isnt an argument. It’s an adolescent meme)
 

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FBI Director Christopher Wray puts on a disgraceful display

FBI Director Christopher Wray puts on a disgraceful display

Just yesterday, FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on a host of topics, and the answers were quite revealing
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) questioned Wray about the case against four individuals who allegedly conspired to kidnap Democrat Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020.
Cruz noted that among the four accused who were tried, two were acquitted and two received mistrials; i.e., none were convicted of any charge.

Cruz pointed out that the “basis of the defense was entrapment, that the FBI, that paid informants for the FBI had suggested and had incited the conduct.”
Wray refused to comment if any FBI agent had received discipline or was reprimanded after “the misconduct that led to every defendant being acquitted or having a mistrial on every charge.”

Wray however confirmed that the special agent in charge of that case, Steven D’Antuono, is now the assistant director in charge of the Washington Field Office.
Under questioning from Sen. Ted Cruz, FBI Director Chris Wray admits the FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Detroit Field Office who oversaw the Whitmer kidnapping entrapment and "absolute debacle" is now in charge of the Washington, D.C. Office, overseeing the J6 investigation. pic.twitter.com/85Y7QJXeyy
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) August 4, 2022
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Cruz also confronted Wray about a leak of alleged FBI training material by non-profit journalism group Project Veritas which allegedly listed the Betsy Ross, Gadsden, and Gonzales battle flags as themes “indicative of militia violent extremism.”
Wray claimed that FBI intelligence products containing symbols have caveats and warnings to “make clear that a symbol alone is not considered evidence of violent extremism.”
Ted Cruz grills Dir. Wray over FBI training material listing patriotic flags as militia violent extremism.

"What are y'all doing? Do you agree w/ this FBI guidance that the Betsy Ross flag and the Gadsden flag and the Gonzales battle flag are signs of militia violent extremism?" pic.twitter.com/g6UZiiJbft
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 4, 2022
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Cruz also referred to the National School Board Association requesting U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate parents who vehemently opposed mask mandates and critical race theory in schools as "domestic terrorists" under the Patriot Act.

Cruz referred to the AG dispatching a memo directing the FBI to target parents and asked Wray how many parents were questioned or investigated by the FBI interviewed or investigated.

Wray attempted to filibuster with generalities but Cruz pressed Wray.

Wray then conceded there were “small assessments and investigations” of people making threats.

Cruz said the House sent Wray oversight letters detailing dozens of investigations directed at parents attending school board meetings.
Sen. Ted Cruz during FBI oversight hearing: “The National Association of School Boards asked the AG to investigate parents as domestic terrorists under the Patriot Act. ... 5 days after that letter, the AG sent a memo to you directing the FBI to target parents...” pic.twitter.com/j5nUrYkeLO
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) August 4, 2022
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When Republican Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) questioned Wray about why the FBI is demanding the personal information of concealed carry permit owners of guns, despite state laws prohibiting local law enforcement from turning that over, Wray had no satisfactory answer.

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When Hawley’s questioned Wray about the Department of Defense whistleblower report that 324 of the individuals the Biden administration evacuated from Afghanistan and welcomed into the U.S. have appeared on the terror watch list, Wray acknowledged that the FBI is 'actively' investigating the matter, but that the bureau did not know where "all" of the problematic admittees were at any given time.

Sen. @HawleyMO asks the FBI Director about whistleblower reports of agency personnel being instructed to cut corners when processing Afghan evacuees pic.twitter.com/bZTQ6Huygo
— MRCTV (@mrctv) August 4, 2022
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When Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) asked Wray about the link between violence related to the crime rings operating in the U.S. and the compromised U.S.-Mexico border, Wray prattled on.
Sen. @JohnCornyn: "Is the border secure?"

FBI Director Chris Wray: "Boy, I am hesitant to substitute my judgement for the Secretary of Homeland Security."

Cornyn: "I've always thought of you as a straight shooter, but you wont answer that question?" White House defends construction on border wall pic.twitter.com/nFe2kWQCDv
— The Hill (@thehill) August 4, 2022
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Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) inquired about the actions the FBI had taken against pro-abortion activists’ violent attacks against churches, pro-life organizations, and pregnancy centers following the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson decision.

Wray would only say that they have opened a number of investigations related to the attacks.
Sen. Mike Lee: "How many domestic terrorism investigations does the FBI currently have open under the category of abortion-related violence?"

Director Wray: "We have opened a number of domestic violent extremism investigations..." pic.twitter.com/kZ3KrXrUdo
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 4, 2022
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When Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) asked if Wray agreed that the allegation of collusion between President Trump and Russia was a hoax and if Hunter Biden's laptop was not Russian disinformation.

Wray did not answer either question directly.
Blackburn: "Do you agree that Russian collusion was a hoax?"

Wray: "I wouldn't use that terminology."

Blackburn: "Do you agree that Hunter Biden's laptop was not Russian disino?"

Wray: "I can't comment on that." pic.twitter.com/h74Wfyeotb
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 4, 2022
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Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-WI) reminded Wray that “the FBI greenlit a full investigation into Trump based on liberal news articles and information derived from liberal nonprofits” but “closed investigative activity and sources that provided verified or verifiable reporting on Hunter Biden." Wray provided no concrete response.
Sen. Chuck Grassley compares the FBI's investigation of President Trump and Russian Collusion to its "investigation" of the Hunter Biden laptop:

"Director Wray, you'll have to explain...how you'll manage this mess and how you'll clean house." pic.twitter.com/649FgZA7Is
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 4, 2022
Sen. Grassley also expressed his frustrations with the FBI’s lack of transparency

Sen. Chuck Grassley during FBI Oversight hearing:

"The public's business ought to be public. Transparency brings accountability. Just last week, the Justice Department failed yet again to be transparent..." pic.twitter.com/kA44Rf9bfQ
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 4, 2022
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Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) questioned Wray about the overall bias in the agency and the political bias of certain FBI agents who covered up damaging information about Hunter Biden prior to the 2020 elections.

Wray conceded to finding the allegations “troubling” but added he wanted to be “careful” to not interfere with any ongoing personnel matters.
Sen. John Kennedy on the appearance of bias within the FBI and the open political bias of specific special agents:

"Do you know how this looks to the American people?" pic.twitter.com/nYriU6Dlv1
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 4, 2022
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It is obvious to even the most casual of observers that are two tiers of justice within the U.S.

One for people that are favored class – ideologically liberal, powerful, connected, and members of the Washington establishment.

Michael Sussmann, a former lawyer at a firm that represented Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, was found not guilty of lying to the FBI over spreading false information on Donald Trump and his links to a Russian bank.

BLM rioters or pro-abortion rioters may be arrested but are let out on bail, often with charges dropped. No further action is ever taken. In fact, they are venerated and celebrated.

The second tier is for regular Americans – conservatives, libertarians, Republicans, Trump supporters, and those living in middle America.

Pro-Trump personnel such as Gen. Michael Flynn, campaign operatives Roger Stone and Paul Manafort, and even Trump's former (and now estranged) lawyer Michael Cohen, were treated like national security threats by law enforcement agencies. There were midnight raids on their personal properties and offices, and in some cases, the media was alerted.

Meanwhile, the January 6 protestors are reportedly subjected to prolonged periods of solitary confinement, verbal abuse (e.g., called 'white supremacists) from politically motivated jailers, harassment, beatings from guards, denial of basic medical care, denial of religious services, denial of communion, denial of a nutritious diet, denial of sanitary conditions in rat- and cockroach-infested cells, and denial of access to attorneys.

This is a national crisis.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the foremost federal law enforcement agency in the US. It is also the primary domestic intelligence and security service.

The least you can expect from the head of the FBI at this critical juncture is forthrightness and honesty.

Nobody expects the FBI to divulge minute details about ongoing investigations, but surely facts can be presented in a manner that no probes are compromised.

The FBI is an organization that is funded by the public and hence works for the public. It is incumbent upon the FBI to be transparent and concede their mistakes.

Alas, Wray resorted to dodging questions, feigning ignorance, filibustering with irrelevant or commonly known information, and finally obfuscation.

Cynics may regard such hearings as futile. They may have a point. The questioners use the occasion to engage in theatrics, the clips are circulated on social media and function as campaign material but no changes occur on the ground. The futility is worsened when the likes of Wray refuse to answer questions.

Still, these hearing are important because they provide some semblance of accountability and allow the public a glimpse of what is actually going on in this agency. In this particular case, the public learns how nonchalant Wray is despite numerous serious problems plaguing the FBI.

In a democracy, it is essential that law enforcement agencies are objective and apolitical. The law must be enforced based on the nature of the act and emphatically not the affluence, connections, or ideology of the actor.

Legal egalitarianism is founding tenet of any functioning democracy.

When this essential principle begins to falter, and the law is selective applied, democracy ceases to exist.

Wray’s display at the hearing is proof of those ominous signs that the U.S. is drifting away from the values on which it was founded.
 

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Except she didn't do the right thing. She sat on that committee and she LIED to the entire country, alongside the bug-eyed weasel and every other Dem making an appearance. I didn't know you were a fan of "fact-finding" committees and hearing that actually just spread misinformation and propaganda-- but hey-- U do U! :thumb: :cool:
I like independently verifiable facts, and there is a fact here, Trump and company are guilty of Sedition and attempting a Coup, period. The Founding Fathers would have had a treatment for that. I you want a nice little story to support you supposed viewpoint, look on Twitter do a search for Vatican, Pizza, and buggering little boys, knock yourself out, then U-can be U...
 

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I like independently verifiable facts, and there is a fact here, Trump and company are guilty of Sedition and attempting a Coup, period. The Founding Fathers would have had a treatment for that. I you want a nice little story to support you supposed viewpoint, look on Twitter do a search for Vatican, Pizza, and buggering little boys, knock yourself out, then U-can be U...
Twitter is your factual source? :rofl:

No, thats not a "fact" and not even close. But if you'd actually do some research, you'd find that Comey, Obama, Clinton, and others did in fact attempt to undermine and remove a sitting President. THAT IS an actual crime. The facts, born of your own liberal infested DOJ are out there in black and white, real, legal, under oath documents. Go forth and ye shall find them.
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August 5, 2022
Good News Friday

Dear Patriots,


Did you feel it?

It wasn't an earthquake but it was a strong tremor.

Tuesday's primary elections in five states produced some stunning results. They highlighted numerous lessons that must be repeated.

And they lead us down the road to taking back our country from the Communist global elites.

We have always told you this was going to be a long slog. Reforming elections is a state by state, county by county, precinct by precinct, battle, and there is nothing simple or easy about it. The first step is knowing we have been cheated. The second is fighting for paper ballots, hand-counted, and real voter identification, while doing the best we can to elect people who are strong, determined, honest, resilient, and who are committed to fight the battle within their states.

We are off to a good start by selecting many great representatives of the people in this primary season.

On Tuesday in five states, we were outspent in some races by a margin of 10-1. The entire left AND the Elite Republicans descended on these states with boxes of cash to push out personal attacks on the candidates. They cheated. There was fraud. They were STILL counting in Washington and Arizona two days after the election.

However, on Election Day, Republicans won by 70% to 30%. Sensible, frustrated, dubious voters waited until THE day of the election and swamped the machines and the Uniparty's cheating efforts. We can never give up and refuse to vote. It still makes a difference. Tuesday proved it. We must pour out to vote in person on election day to have a chance of winning until we accomplish the reforms needed.

Pray for these candidates. Help them win. We need them desperately.
Kari Lake. Tudor Dixon. Kris Kobach. Mark Finchem. Abe Hamadeh. Wendy Rogers. Blake Masters. Kristina Karamo. Eric Schmitt. John Gibbs.



1- DeSantis is leading the way for Republican Governors by showing them how to be brave and bold in protecting their citizens.

PJ Media

Florida Gov. DeSantis Suspends State Attorney Andrew Warren for Failure to Prosecute

QUOTE: In a news conference aired live on Rumble, Facebook, and Twitter, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the immediate suspension of Hillsborough County state attorney Andrew Warren for consistent refusal to enforce certain laws.

Accompanied by county sheriffs and law enforcment officers, DeSantis said Warren has publicly put himself above the law by signing letters saying he would not enforce riot laws, laws prohibiting sex changes for minors, or laws limiting abortion. DeSantis cited Warren's announcement that he would refuse to enforce any Florida laws limiting abortion in the wake of the Dobbs decision, laws against allowing children to undergo mutilating surgeries, and a consistent record of charges not being brought in violent crime cases.

DeSantis has laid down a marker, refusing to allow any Florida county or municipality to become one of those blue cities overcome by crime and violence due to woke politics and misapplied social justice.




2- Help to elect people who will push back on this ridiculous woke agenda.

FOX BUSINESS

Republican states are planning an all-out assault on woke banks: 'We won't do business with you'

QUOTE: Republican state officials are readying plans to punish woke banks which push anti-fossil fuel policies and adhere to so-called environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards.

West Virginia announced last week it would bar five major financial institutions, including BlackRock, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan, from entering into banking contracts with the state treasurer's office or any state agency. Each of the five corporations had committed to policies limiting commercial engagement with the fossil fuel industry which paid a whopping $769 million in taxes to West Virginia's state government.

"We're not going to pay for our own destruction, we're not going to subsidize that," West Virginia State Treasurer Riley Moore told FOX Business during an interview. "They have weaponized our tax dollars against the very people and industry that have generated them to begin with. That is why we're pushing back against this ESG movement."




3- It is hard to understand the magnitude and impact of 400 million people quitting the Chinese Communist Party. But, it is encouraging news.

The Epoch Times

400 Million Cut Their Ties With the CCP in Defiance of Communist Control

QUOTE: Chinese entrepreneur Chen Quanhong had one message he wanted to tell to the world: "Tuidang."

It's a Chinese phrase—and it means "quit the Party."

The words were emblazoned on a yellow flag Chen was carrying at a parade in Washington on July 21 to highlight the Chinese communist regime's myriad human rights abuses.

Chen is now one of 400 million Chinese who have renounced their ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliate organizations.

In June, the business owner from China's eastern Shandong Province made a statement formally breaking his ties with the Party, participating in a nearly two-decades-long grassroots movement that has sought to expose the communist regime's history of deceit and killing, and give people an opportunity to disassociate from the entity.

"In China, I was no different from a worm trampled upon by the authoritarian power, not daring to stir a bit," Chen told The Epoch Times. "Only when I came to America did I begin to feel like a person, because finally there's no fear from the communist party."

The Washington parade was the first one of its kind Chen had joined in his 50-plus years of life. It came ahead of a major milestone for the Tuidang movement: 400 million people renouncing their Party affiliations. The number tipped over that mark on Aug. 3.

"400 million—this number is greater than some countries' entire population," Yi Rong, the president of the Global Tuidang Center in Flushing, New York, told The Epoch Times. "With such a large group abandoning the CCP and steering clear from its crimes, it will spur a positive change in Chinese society."

As more people join the quest for freedom, a "new China" free of communist control appears ever closer to reality, she added.






4- We have suggested many times that you stop giving your time and attention to the corporate fake news. This includes Fox News, which has only sporadic flashes of fairness. They are all the same. Nothing distinguishes them.

NBCCBSABCMSNBCCNNPBSNYTWAPOCNBCFOXNEWSNETFLIXDISNEY+ have engaged in lying propaganda for years. Their goal is to scare and divide us. Avoid them.

That said, it does not mean we will not have schadenfreude when they experience the results of our lack of attention.

Here are four delightful headlines.

Blue State Conservative

MSNBC's Joyless Reid Suffers Humiliating Ratings Disaster As Fans Abandon Her Toxic Programming

QUOTE: Since the program launched years ago, MSNBC's "The ReidOut" with host Joy Reid finished the second quarter of 2022 with its smallest audience thus far, which is not a good sign for the host known for spewing toxic and divisive content, which could be why her audience is leaving.

Reid's program has shed viewers at an alarming rate since she took the place of Chris Matthews, who was forced to retire in March 2020. During the second quarter for its worst turnout since it launched, Reid's program averaged 1.1 million total viewers. Among the advertiser-coveted demographic of adults aged 25 to 54, MSNBC's 7 p.m. ET program also struggled, averaging only 122,000 for its lowest quarterly total ever.




5- But....she is the most popular woman on earth and dresses so well!

The Gateway Pundit

TV Series Based On Michelle Obama Gets Cancelled After Just One Season

QUOTE: A series on the Showtime network called 'The First Lady' that was based on Michelle Obama has been cancelled after just one season.This is somewhat surprising, when you consider the way Ms. Obama is covered by the media. According to them, she is one of the most beloved and popular figures in the country.If that's true, why didn't the show last? Weren't people watching it?

Breitbart News reports: The show was the target of widespread negative reviews, with the New Yorker magazine calling it a "bad-wig costume drama" and Time magazine concluding that Davis and Anderson were "egregiously miscast."





6- Glenn Greenwald summed it up perfectly in a tweet: If you're one of the people who enjoy reading about the multi-pronged, comprehensive failures of CNN on all levels -- beginning but by no means ending with their rapidly vanishing audience in the post-Trump era -- then this NYT article is for you.

NYTIMES

Profits Slump at CNN as Ratings Plummet

QUOTE: Two people familiar with CNN's operations said the network's initial 2022 profitability target was $1.1 billion, which Mr. Licht is on track to miss by more than $100 million. But another person familiar with the matter said that by the accounting of company executives, Mr. Licht was on track to meet a profitability target of roughly $950 million for the year, since the network's initial budget didn't account for losses associated with launching the CNN+ streaming service.

Ratings are down from their Trump-era heights across cable news, but declines at CNN are particularly pronounced. The network has drawn an average of 639,000 people in prime time this quarter, according to data from Nielsen, a 27 percent decrease from a year ago. It trails MSNBC, which is down 23 percent in prime time during the same period, and Fox News, where viewership is up about 1 percent.






7- Even within the music propaganda, people are starting to say, no, thank you!

SHOW BIZ411

Beyonce Bust? "Renaissance" Anything But as Sales Predicted Down 60% from 2016's "Lemonade"

QUOTE: The bigger news is Beyonce has not turned the lemons from "Renaissance" into Lemonade. That was the title of her last album, in 2016, and it sold 650,000 in its debut week. "Renaissance" is not going to come near that number. Hitsdailydouble.com has predicted today between 275K and 315K copies. The number will fall on the low side. It's about a 60% decline in sales.





8- Rumble is going after Google!

DC Enquirer


Google Ordered To Turn Over Documents On Free Speech Censorship Following Lawsuit By Competitor Rumble

QUOTE: Google was ordered by a federal judge last week to hand over documents related to potential censorship by the company, following a lawsuit by the video sharing platform, Rumble. Rumble claims the megacorporation uses, "various agreements with Android-based mobile smart device manufacturers and distributors to ensure its monopoly of the video platform market," and, "these agreements 'to ensure that its entire suite of search-related products (including YouTube) is given premium placement on Android GMS devices.'"

U.S. District Judge Haywood Gilliam concluded Rumble adequately argued that Google is violating Section 2 of the Sherman Act, in a decision released last week, given that the company, "maintains monopoly power in the online video platform market, asserting that YouTube controls 73% of global online video activity." The judge also decided Rumble successfully argued that Google brings, "no valid business purpose or benefit to users, [by designing] its search engine algorithms to show users YouTube links instead of links to its competitors' sites."






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Does anyone here actually have an honest opinion based on their own experience and reasoning or do you just pass along Village Gossip. On the top logo if that's what it is, I suspect that if there are Ghosts, then Ben Franklin will be around to slap you for putting his name next to a verifiable candidate for a Straitjacket.
 

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Does anyone here actually have an honest opinion based on their own experience and reasoning or do you just pass along Village Gossip. On the top logo if that's what it is, I suspect that if there are Ghosts, then Ben Franklin will be around to slap you for putting his name next to a verifiable candidate for a Straitjacket.
Wait, I almost forgot, there was good news today, "Bullshit Wars" is now out about 50 Million, subject to upward revision. And Bannon, that slavering Nazi lookalike if ever there was one, will be sentenced for Contempt. And contemptible he and his ilk certainly are...
 

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Twitter is your factual source? :rofl:

No, thats not a "fact" and not even close. But if you'd actually do some research, you'd find that Comey, Obama, Clinton, and others did in fact attempt to undermine and remove a sitting President. THAT IS an actual crime. The facts, born of your own liberal infested DOJ are out there in black and white, real, legal, under oath documents. Go forth and ye shall find them.
(Leave twatter to cat pictures and teen girls shaking their booty)
I don't waste my time on Twitter or Facebook, or any of the so called social media...
 
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I like independently verifiable facts, and there is a fact here, Trump and company are guilty of Sedition and attempting a Coup, period. The Founding Fathers would have had a treatment for that. I you want a nice little story to support you supposed viewpoint, look on Twitter do a search for Vatican, Pizza, and buggering little boys, knock yourself out, then U-can be U...
 

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Well kid, there are what is known as "Keyboard Warriors" and those now facing various charges in a Courtroom ( and yes some Republican Judges too) aren't so brave. I would be glad to give personal response to anyone interposing themselves between me and the polling booth. I don't need a crowd for support... See ya' at the polls "Kid", and do take note here... in the last 10 of my 67 years, all my family has died ( the last a little sister who also thought Covid was a Hoax, her death certificate read "Covid related Pneumonia"), only I remain. Therefore think carefully, you do not know what I may have had to do in those years, Military or Civilian, assumptions can be dangerous things.... and unlike your little video laughing is something you will not be doing. My advice, stay here in the Echo Chamber you will not like the world outside this.
 
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