Audit documents submitted by Georgia’s Fulton County expose significant voter irregularities. Last November, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger hired contractor Seven Hills Strategy to audit Fulton County. The contractor recorded multiple troubling issues that could be counted as “election tabulation malpractice.”
By far, Florida is the first and the only state that answered Arizona’s and Texas’s call for additional law enforcement assistance at the border. Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday that he’ll be sending help to the two states.
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In Georgia, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced his office is investigating Fulton County. The county was unable to produce ballot drop box transfer documents for absentee ballots. About 400 mail-in ballot transfer forms are still missing.
A federal judge in Louisiana blocked Biden from suspending new oil and gas leases on federal land and water. The ruling put a pause on the administration’s efforts to transition away from fossil fuels. In March, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry filed a 13-state lawsuit against the Biden administration.
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Fox Houston reporter, Ivory Hecker was suspended yesterday after accusing the network of “muzzling” her during a live broadcast. Project Veritas released a full in depth interview with Ivory Hecker.
While red states are passing a flurry of bills to protect the right to life, Pennsylvania Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf vows he will veto every “anti-choice” bill that comes to his desk. His use of “anti-choice” instead of “pro-life” speaks volumes too his stance on abortion.
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A North Korean defector who studied at Columbia University in 2016 was deeply disturbed by the rampant, radical ideologies at one of the country’s most prestigious universities. To her surprise, she found so many similarities in this country to what she saw back in North Korea.
In New Jersey, the Board of Education in Randolph decided to replace the names of holidays with “Day Off” on its school calendar. A decision that shocked many who attended the board meeting.
American bishops will discuss whether the Catholic Church should prohibit pro-abortion and pro-LGBTQ politicians from receiving Communion at their annual conference … Read more
An election assessment conducted in Fulton County, Pennsylvania months ago was brought to public quietly in recent weeks. The assessment uncovered 5 “issues of note”. Wake TSI, a Pennsylvania-based firm, performed the examination to review whether practices relating to mail-in ballots in the county were in line with federal guidelines.
Have you wondered why the discussion of the virus origins has suddenly turned to the lab leak theory? Sources inside the intelligence community suggested this increased pressure on China is due to a defector. A person believed to be among the highest-ranking defectors to the United States from China has … Read more
Today, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced a major border security plan at a Border Security Summit. In front of the state’s law enforcement, mayor, county judges, district attorneys and landowners, Abott vowed he’ll sign a more than $1 billion budget plan for increasing border security, and Texas will build its own border barrier, with more specifics to come next week.
Anti-American, training is being pushed everywhere, including the U.S. military. A few weeks ago, Sen. Tom Cotton and Rep. Dan Crenshaw launched an initiative to prevent “woke ideology” from taking hold in the armed forces.
A study republished by medRxiv shows hydroxychloroquine is highly effective in treating COVID-19. The study was based on an analysis of 255 patients on ventilators during the first two months of the pandemic in the United States. It found that the use of weight-adjusted hydroxychloroquine improved the survival of ventilated COVID-19 patients by nearly 200 percent.
The White House asked 6 humanitarian groups to help deal with the migrant surge. They will assist in deciding which individuals and families should be granted asylum. Four of the groups are foreign organizations, three from Mexico and one from London. So now the … Read more
Suzi Voyles said she believes an examination of the county’s absentee ballots is needed. Voyles examined several stacks of ballots that came from drop boxes placed throughout Fulton County. Most of the ballots had already been handled: they had been written on and their edges were worn showing obvious signs of use. However, one batch stood out, all the ballots looked pristine.
The possibility that the COVID-19 virus evolved naturally is looking dim. A new published study by Oxford University found there were neither bats nor pangolins being sold at Wuhan wet markets when the virus broke out.
It turns out the longtime director of NIAID has horrific ethics in scientific research. Dr. Fauci is also connected to human-animal hybrid experiments using aborted fetal parts. David Daleiden, founder of the pro-life organization Center for Medical Progress on May 4 testified before the Pennsylvania Health Committee. Daleiden told of abuses of aborted infants taking place through extensive fetal experiments at the taxpayer-funded University of Pittsburgh.
A report by newspaper The Australian put the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) at the center of the virus origins discussion again. Zhou Yusen is a Chinese military scientist for the People’s Liberation Army … Read more
Gavin Newsom goes back on his word. California is not going to lift the state of emergency on the previously proposed date of June 15. Newsom told a press conference that picked winners in the state’s lottery-style vaccination incentive program on Friday: “The one thing I am certain of is: There’s uncertainty in the future. The emergency remains in effect after June 15.”
Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin dealt a major blow on Sunday. In addition to his support of the filibuster, Manchin said he’ll vote against H.R.1. He wrote in his home-state newspaper The Charleston Gazette-Mail, “Congressional action on federal … Read more