20 Federal 'Assets' Embedded at Capitol on Jan. 6, Court Filing Says

20 Federal 'Assets' Embedded at Capitol on Jan. 6, Court Filing Says | 13 April 2022 | At least 20 FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives "assets" were embedded around the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, a defense attorney wrote in a court filing on April 12. The disclosure was made in a motion seeking to dismiss seditious conspiracy and obstruction charges against 10 Oath Keepers defendants in one of the most prominent Jan. 6 criminal cases. David W. Fischer, attorney for Thomas E. Caldwell of Berryville, Virginia, filed a 41-page motion to dismiss four counts on behalf of all Oath Keepers case defendants before U.S. District Judge Amit P. Mehta in Washington, D.C.

NYC subway shooting suspect charged with one federal count of terrorism

NYC subway shooting suspect charged with one federal count of terrorism | 13 April 2022 | The suspect in the New York subway mass shooting has been charged with one federal count of terrorism, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday. Frank James, 62, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in connection to a mass shooting on a subway in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, officials said. During rush hour Tuesday morning, the suspect [allegedly] detonated two smoke grenades and opened fire as a Manhattan-bound N train pulled into the 36th Street subway station in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Biden approval rating tumbles to lowest point of his presidency - poll

Biden approval rating tumbles to lowest point of his presidency - poll --Only 26% of Independents approve of Biden's job performance | 13 April 2022 | Joe Biden's approval rating has reached the lowest level of his presidency [sic], with a new poll showing only a third of Americans approve of his job performance. Just 33% of Americans approve of Biden's job performance compared to 54% who disapprove, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. That mark ties the lowest approval Biden has received in the poll during his precedency, matching the number set in January when the president faced a 33-53 approval deficit... Independents also indicated disapproval of Biden's performance, with 56% saying they disapprove compared to 26% who like how Biden is doing.

Inflation in US soars 8.5% in one year, highest since 1981

Inflation in US soars 8.5% in one year, highest since 1981 | 12 April 2022 | The consumer price index jumped 8.5% in March from 12 months earlier, according to the Labor Department -- the biggest year-over-year increase since December 1981 and a larger increase than the 8.4% that analysts predicted. Since March of last year, food costs are up 8.8%, electricity is up 11.1% and gasoline is up 48%, driven up by supply chain issues, consumer demand and disruptions to global food and energy markets worsened by Russia's war against Ukraine Biden's march toward the Great Reset and his policies which are accelerating the destruction of the US from within. Month-to-month, the report showed inflation rose 1.2% from February to March, up from a 0.8% increase from January to February.

Revealed: NYC subway shooting suspect Frank James posted unhinged race-obsessed YouTube clips warning of his intentions and hatred for Mayor Eric Adams

Revealed: NYC subway shooting suspect Frank James posted unhinged race-obsessed YouTube clips warning of his intentions and hatred for Mayor Eric Adams --James remains at-large despite a multi-state hunt for him that also involves the FBI --He was known to the bureau and was on a terrorist watchlist after an incident in New Mexico in 2019 --James pulled out a gas mask on the northbound N train in Brooklyn yesterday then released a smoke bomb --He then opened fire with a handgun, shooting ten people, before somehow managing to flee --The surveillance cameras inside the station were not working which has hampered efforts to find him | 13 April 2022 | The race-obsessed suspect in Tuesday's horror shooting on the New York City subway posted a terrifying YouTube warning that he was driving from his home in Wisconsin and would "never be back again alive" three weeks before unleashing terror during rush hour. Frank James, 62, remains on the run on Wednesday morning 24 hours after allegedly opening fire on a packed northbound N train as it approached 36th Street station in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. On Wednesday morning, Mayor Eric Adams officially named James as a suspect - upgrading him from "person of interest." ...It has emerged that he was known to the FBI and was questioned in 2019 in New Mexico though it is not yet clear why. He was cleared but was entered into the state's "Guardian Lead" system. The Guardian Program is the bureau's terrorist threat and suspicious incident tracking system. Despite being on that list, James was unimpeded as he relentlessly uploaded hate-speech-filled clips on YouTube about how oppressed black people were and how black and white people should have "no contact," for weeks before Tuesday's attack.

CDC extending travel mask mandate 15 more days

CDC extending travel mask mandate 15 more days --The CDC is extending its mask mandate despite protests from airlines | 13 April 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will extend its travel mask mandate for 15 more days despite protests from airlines. Joe Biden's administration had previously extended the federal mask mandate to April 18 in early March. Airline CEOS united in calling on Biden to end the mandate on March 24, but to no avail. Biden's CDC is making the extension due to a recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the U.S.

Is It Possible to Actually Know What Has Been and Is Going On in Ukraine?

Is It Possible to Actually Know What Has Been and Is Going On in Ukraine? By Boyd D. Cathey | 2 April 2022 | (Opinion) Russia-Ukraine conflict - everything you have to know in detail... On 17 February, President [sic] Joe Biden announced that Russia would attack Ukraine in the next few days. How did he know this? It is a mystery. But since the 16th, the artillery shelling of the population of Donbass had increased dramatically, as the daily reports of the OSCE observers show. Naturally, neither the media, nor the European Union, nor NATO, nor any Western government reacted or intervened. It would be said later that this was Russian disinformation. In fact, it seems that the European Union and some countries have deliberately kept silent about the massacre of the Donbass population, knowing that this would provoke a Russian intervention. At the same time, there were reports of sabotage in the Donbass. On 18 January, Donbass fighters intercepted saboteurs, who spoke Polish and were equipped with Western equipment and who were seeking to create chemical incidents in Gorlivka. They could have been CIA mercenaries, led or "advised" by Americans and composed of Ukrainian or European fighters, to carry out sabotage actions in the Donbass Republics. In fact, as early as February 16, Joe Biden knew that the Ukrainians had begun intense shelling the civilian population of Donbass, forcing Vladimir Putin to make a difficult choice: to help Donbass militarily and create an international problem, or to stand by and watch the Russian-speaking people of Donbass being crushed.

Ukraine Losing Decisively

Ukraine Losing Decisively By Paul Craig Roberts | 12 April 2022 | (Opinion) No useful information about Ukraine can be obtained from Western media. The Russian military operates without the need of news releases, so little information is provided... It is necessary to understand that there has been no Russian invasion of Ukraine. Russian troops are operating only in eastern and southern Ukraine. The troops served the purpose of preventing a large Ukrainian army, now encircled and trapped, from conquering the two Donbass Russian republics recently recognized by Russia after an eight-year delay. The other task assigned to the Russian troops is to exterminate the neo-Nazi Azov militia that has committed atrocities against the Donbass Russians. The process has gone slowly, because the fighting is mainly in Donbass, which is populated by Russians, and the Kremlin wants to rescue the people, not kill them.

Brooklyn subway shooting - person of interest identified

Brooklyn subway shooting - person of interest identified | 12 April 2022 | New York City authorities have identified Frank R. James as a person of interest in connection with a shooting at a Brooklyn subway station Tuesday morning. Police said James has addresses in Wisconsin and Philadelphia. His possible ties to New York City weren’t immediately clear. "We are looking to determine if he has any connection to the attack," NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig said. A $50,000 reward is being offered for information regarding the shooting.

Walgreens starts rationing baby formula as supply-chain crunch hits new parents - 29% of the top-selling formulas are out of stock at stores across the US

Walgreens starts rationing baby formula as supply-chain crunch hits new parents - 29% of the top-selling formulas are out of stock at stores across the US --A recent study by Datasembly, a company that tracks retail records, revealed 29 percent of all top-selling formulas are out of stock at stores across the nation | 10 April 2022 | A national shortage of baby formula brought on by pandemic-related supply-chain issues has forced US retailers such as Walgreens to ration the all-important product. The company - the second-largest pharmacy store chain in the United States behind CVS - said Friday that amid the supply-chain crunch, it is limiting customers to three infant and toddler formula product purchases at a time, at its 9,021 US locations. A company spokesperson told DailyMail.com that the restrictions, already in effect, stem from an "increased demand and various supplier issues," as it was revealed that 29 percent of all top-selling formulas are out of stock at stores across the nation.

New York City Manhunt: Police Describe Subway Suspect as Black Male in 'Construction-Type Vest'

New York City Manhunt: Police Describe Subway Suspect as Black Male in 'Construction-Type Vest' | 12 April 2022 | New York City Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell described the suspect in Tuesday’s New York City subway attack as a black male, approximately 5' 5" tall, "with a heavy build," and wearing a green "construction-type vest with a hooded sweatshirt." Breitbart News reported that the attack occurred just before 8:30 a.m. Initial reports said that five people were shot and numerous others injured. As time passed, CNN noted New York City Fire Department (FDNY) spokesperson Amanda Farinacci indicated, "Eight people were shot and eight others were injured following a shooting at a Brooklyn subway."

France's first round of elections makes Macron, Le Pen look for new allies

France's first round of elections makes Macron, Le Pen look for new allies | 11 April 2022 | The first round of the French presidential elections on Sunday didn’t award a decisive advantage to any of the two key contestants. Incumbent President Emmanuel Macron and National Rally leader Marine Le Pen have essentially reproduced the state of play that existed in the first round of presidential elections five years ago. Macron garnered 27.6% of the vote on Sunday, while Le Pen got 23.41%. Analysts and both camps agree that the results are uncertain.

NATO holds war games on Russia's border

NATO holds war games on Russia's border --'Bold Dragon' drills held in Estonia | 11 April 2022 | British, French, and Danish troops who have recently arrived to serve in NATO Battlegroup Estonia began joint drills with Estonian forces this weekend. The ongoing Bold Dragon war games, involving foreign soldiers and members of Estonia's 1st Infantry Brigade, are being held at the in the country's military’s central training area. Their aim is to provide the newly arrived Western European servicemen with their first opportunity to get acquainted with the Estonian terrain and improve cooperation with their local counterparts. On Saturday and Sunday, the participants of the drill practiced both assault and defensive maneuvers, according to a statement by the 1st Infantry Brigade.

NC medical school backs student who suggested she harmed patient for mocking pronoun pin

NC medical school backs student who suggested she harmed patient for mocking pronoun pin --Wake Forest University hasn't announced any consequences beyond a brief suspension | 11 April 2022 | Wake Forest University Medical School is standing by a student who suggested she intentionally harmed one of her patients for disagreeing with her about transgender ideology. The student, fourth-year Kychelle Del Rosario, came under fire after appearing to boast about the incident on Twitter in late March. The university responded with a brief suspension but announced no further consequences in its latest statement. Del Rosario tweeted: "I had a patient I was doing a blood draw on see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff 'She/Her? Well of course it is! What other pronouns even are there?' I missed his vein so he had to get stuck twice."

Elon Musk Declines Twitter Board Seat, Takeover Speculation Grows

Elon Musk Declines Twitter Board Seat, Takeover Speculation Grows | 11 April 2022 | Elon Musk will no longer join Twitter’s board of directors, the social network officially announced Sunday. Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal confirmed that Musk would continue to be the company's largest shareholder, adding that the tech giant will accept his input. He did not indicate why Musk changed his mind, but Agrawal told company employees "there will be distractions ahead but our goals and priorities remain unchanged." Musk, who controls a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter, would have officially been appointed to the board on Saturday. However, recent regulatory filings showed that he would not accept the appointment.

Pennsylvania Pays Churches to Convince Members to Get Vaccinated

Pennsylvania Pays Churches to Convince Members to Get Vaccinated --The church or other nonprofit gets another $10 for each person who gets the shot. | 8 April 2022 | Many who have chosen not to get the COVID-19 shots have cited religious objections. Now Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's administration wants church leaders to bring vaccination events into churches. Pennsylvania's public health leaders want to "harness the power of community trust in statewide faith-based organizations" to convince folks to get a COVID-19 shot. That is according to the mission statement of the Faith-based Organization Coalition, which is being formed under the state's Department of Health and is expected to launch April 11. The state aims to reduce vaccine hesitancy through the "Local Innovations in Vaccine Equity in Pennsylvania" project (LIVE PA), which is a grant program that pays churches and nonprofits to speak with their people and persuade them to get vaccinated.

Tennis World Rocked as 15 'Fully Vaccinated' Players Unable to Finish Miami Open

Tennis World Rocked as 15 'Fully Vaccinated' Players Unable to Finish Miami Open | 4 April 2022 | Tennis fans are upset and the sporting world is reeling after an unprecedented number of players either withdrew or retired from the Miami Open this week. A total of 15 players were unable to finish, including the male and female favorites to win. Yahoo Sports reported: "The tennis world has reacted with shock after both favourites Paula Badosa and Jannik Sinner retired from their Miami Open quarter-finals during the day session. Soon to be World No.3, Badosa was in tears as she was forced to bow out of the quarter-final after not feeling well against American Jessica Pegula... In total, there has been 15 withdrawals/retirements during the Miami Open. Fans were left shocked at the double retirement from two stars in a bizarre day of tennis." All of the players must be "fully vaccinated" in order to compete. Just as we've noted for several months, most major sports have been hit with "inexplicable" medical conditions popping up in young and otherwise healthy athletes, including our report that three cyclists fell in March alone.

Judge rules NYC illegally canceled Trump's contract to run Bronx golf course

Judge rules NYC illegally canceled Trump's contract to run Bronx golf course --De Blasio tried to freeze Trump out of all city contracts. | 8 April 2022 | Donald Trump is back in the Bronx. A state Supreme Court judge ruled Friday that the city did not have the right to cancel Trump’s contract to run the Ferry Point Golf Course. Mayor Bill de Blasio had nixed the deal after the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot, arguing that Trump would not be able to attract golf tournaments. In her decision and order filed on Friday, Justice Debra James said there was nothing in the contract that required a tournament -- only that the city would share in any proceeds. That means either Trump gets to continue to run the course, or the city needs to pay him to leave. Trump’s son Eric said they'll stay.

Rubio, GOP Leaders Want Biden Admin to Explain How It Decided to End Title 42

Rubio, GOP Leaders Want Biden Admin to Explain How It Decided to End Title 42 | 9 April 2022 | On Thursday, Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio and other GOP senators in writing to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas about the "dangerous and reckless decision" to rescind Title 42, which, under the umbrella of COVID-19 protections, allows the federal government to immediately expel illegal immigrants... "This would mean over 500,000 illegal immigrants arriving per month at our border," the senators noted. Accompanying the letter on Thursday was a bill filed by Republicans to extend Title 42 to February 2025. Joining Rubio in introducing the bill were Republican Sens. Thom Tillis (NC), Jim Risch (ID), Roger Wicker (MS), Steve Daines (MT), Kevin Cramer (ND), Mike Braun (IN), Mike Crapo (ID), John Hoeven (ND), and Tim Scott (SC). As for the letter, the senators wrote, "This massive surge of illegal immigrants would be on top of a historic influx of illegal immigrants which has occurred during the Biden Administration," which has overseen encounters with nearly 2.3 million illegal immigrants since Biden took office.

President Trump endorses Dr. Oz for US Senate in Pennsylvania

President Trump endorses Dr. Oz for US Senate in Pennsylvania --Trump's spokesperson made the announcement on Saturday | 9 April 2022 | President Trump has endorsed Dr. Mehmet Oz for the U.S. Senate seat in Pennsylvania, a Saturday announcement states. "President Donald J. Trump announces his endorsement of Dr. Oz," a tweet from Trump's spokesperson states. "The Great Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a tremendous opportunity to Save America by electing the brilliant and well-known Dr. Mehmet Oz for the United States Senate," a statement from Trump says... "President Trump carefully reviewed all of the candidates for U.S. Senate. Everyone, especially David McCormick -- a pro-China, Wall Street insider, wanted this endorsement. But President Trump wisely endorsed me because I’m a Conservative who will stand up to Joe Biden and the woke Left," Oz said.

China Sends Military, Armed Police, and Health Workers to Shanghai Amid Its Worst Virus Outbreak

China Sends Military, Armed Police, and Health Workers to Shanghai Amid Its Worst Virus Outbreak | 8 April 2022 | Chinese authorities have sent health care workers from 15 different provinces as well as armed police and special police officers to Shanghai, to help the city combat the worst outbreak of the CCP virus in China since the pandemic began. Vice Premier Sun Chunlan urged Shanghai residents to adhere to the zero-COVID approach and "achieve community zero-Covid in a week." China Central Television (CCTV) reported on April 4 that more than 38,000 medical personnel from 15 Chinese provinces have been dispatched to support Shanghai. A resident near Shanghai's Hongqiao airport wrote in a social media post that he noticed frequent inbound flights landing at the airport. "I feel frightened at the thought that all the passengers on board are coming here to support our COVID fight," he said. Sun demanded COVID testing of all 26 million residents in Shanghai be completed within 36 hours, starting on April 4. She told the experts of the Shanghai Pandemic Control Team: "No household shall be left behind, not a single person shall miss the test."

Pandemic Worker Kills Pet Dog After Owners Quarantined in China

Pandemic Worker Kills Pet Dog After Owners Quarantined in China | 8 April 2022 | A pet corgi was killed by a man clad in a white biohazard suit in Shanghai on April 6, minutes after its owners were sent to a quarantine center under the regime's COVID-zero policy. The killing was filmed by a resident who lives nearby using her cell phone, while other residents took photos from their balconies. From the video and photos shared on social media, the man is seen chasing the dog and then hitting it to death with a spade. The howling dog ran along the roadside after the first wallop. The man quickly caught it and hit it with a spade two more times, killing it. Soon after, the man came back with a plastic bag and picked up the corgi's body.

Zero Guilty Verdicts in Case of Alleged Plot to Kidnap Governor Whitmer - Not Guilty Verdict for Two, Hung Jury on Two Including 'Ring Leader'

Zero Guilty Verdicts in Case of Alleged Plot to Kidnap Governor Whitmer - Not Guilty Verdict for Two, Hung Jury on Two Including 'Ring Leader' --Verdicts are huge blow to fake news and FBI | 8 April 2022 | The Michigan Governor Whitmer (D) kidnapping case, which we now know was comprised of virtually all FBI agents and informants took another devastating hit in August. Michael Hills, an attorney for Brandon Caserta, one of the six defendants, produced text messages showing an FBI field agent telling an informant to lie, frame an innocent man and delete text messages. This is why federal prosecutors are refusing to hand over text messages and laptops from FBI informants in the Whitmer kidnapping case. The FBI actually hatched the plot, paid for the plot, ran the plot, and set up the innocent men in their immoral scheme. The FBI's top informant behind the kidnapping scam was later arrested after he beat his wife following a swingers' party.

Psaki, Garland, Pelosi: Covid-19 spreads among leading Democrats and Biden officials

Psaki, Garland, Pelosi: Covid-19 spreads among leading Democrats and Biden officials --Several dozen tested positive after a dinner hosted by the Gridiron Club, where proof of vaccine was required | 8 April 2022 | Growing numbers of prominent members of Congress and senior staffers in Washington DC are contracting Covid-19, sparking concerns about the risk to Joe Biden as unmasked events increase at the White House. Celebrations were being held on Friday at the White House for the Senate confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson for the supreme court and the event was happening out of doors, said the press secretary, Jen Psaki, who missed Biden's trip to Europe last month after testing positive for coronavirus. The Georgia Democratic senator Raphael Warnock tested positive on Thursday shortly after voting in the Senate chamber to confirm Jackson.

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Washington, D.C., men who allegedly posed as federal agents had stockpile of weapons, new filing shows

Washington, D.C., men who allegedly posed as federal agents had stockpile of weapons, new filing shows | 8 April 2022 | A new federal court filing is shedding light on the lengths that two Washington, D.C., men went to allegedly pose as federal agents, including stockpiling weapons, tactical gear, and hard drives. Arian Taherzadeh, 40, and Haider Ali, 35, were both arrested on Wednesday at a luxury apartment in the Navy Yard area of Washington, D.C during a multi-federal government agency raid of several units. The men were charged with false impersonation of a federal officer in a U.S. District Court on Thursday. Federal prosecutors filed a motion for detention on Friday morning, showing some of what the Federal Bureau of Investigations and other agencies found when they executed the search warrant on Wednesday, including a stockpile of weapons allegedly owned by Taherzadeh and Ali.

Quadruple-vaccinated Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont tests positive for COVID-19

Quadruple-vaccinated Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont tests positive for COVID-19 | 8 April 2022 | Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and is not experiencing any symptoms, according to his communications director. Lamont, 68, received his second booster shot on March 31. He tested positive in the morning after taking a regularly-scheduled rapid self-test. The infection was confirmed with a second rapid self-test and the governor is currently awaiting results from a PCR test, spokesperson Max Reiss said. Lamont, a Democrat, plans to isolate at the governor's residence in Hartford for the next five days and will not attend any in-person events or meetings, his office said. [It's time to admit that COVID-19 is manifestly a pandemic of the vaccinated.]

Soros family quietly bankrolls committees supporting 'defund the police' candidates

Soros family quietly bankrolls committees supporting 'defund the police' candidates --George Soros and his daughter are top funders of two entities that are backing the progressive politicians | 7 April 2022 | Liberal billionaire [Great Reset dirt-bag] George Soros and his daughter, Andrea Soros Colombel, are bankrolling two entities that are supporting far-left politicians who back defunding the police, a Fox News Digital review of campaign finance records found. The Soros money has flowed to a joint fundraising committee and a PAC attached to the efforts. The joint fundraising venture, called Lead the Way 2022, includes the Way to Lead PAC, Missouri Rep. Cori Bush's campaign committee, and the campaigns of the 12 other progressive politicians attempting to enter Congress. George Soros has poured tens of millions into district attorney races and has dished out large sums to groups focused on police reform efforts, including financing a hub used by progressive activists pushing to dismantle the police.

BLM's $6M mansion purchase prompts call for DOJ investigation - 'disturbing information'

BLM's $6M mansion purchase prompts call for DOJ investigation - 'disturbing information' --California Rep. Issa says recent reports 'more than enough to warrant' DOJ investigation | 7 April 2022 | Black Lives Matter's reported purchase of a $6 million California mansion with charitable donations should spark a Department of Justice investigation into the politically powerful nonprofit, California Rep. Darrell Issa told Fox News Digital. Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, the national arm of the BLM movement, has come under increasing scrutiny over its handling of the tens of millions of dollars it has received in donations. New York Magazine revealed this week that BLM secretly bought a $6 million mansion -- which the group's leaders are said to call "Campus" -- and never disclosed it to the public. When the magazine inquired about the house, BLM reportedly circulated a memo discussing the possibility of trying to "kill" the story.

Spotted lanternfly spreading in parts of Pennsylvania

Spotted lanternfly spreading in parts of Pennsylvania | 7 April 2022 | The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture added 11 new counties to the spotted lanternfly quarantine list. Among those are Lycoming, Snyder, and Union Counties. "That means there are restrictions in place on moving any material that might have spotted lanternflies or spotted lanternfly eggs, any life stage, in it," said Shannon Powers with the Department of Agriculture. The bug is considered extremely invasive and poses a threat to Pennsylvania's agricultural economy. It feeds on vines, trees, and other plants.

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