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Arizona Resident To Plead Guilty For Ballot Trafficking During 2020 Election; Changes Plea To Cut Deal After “2000 Mules” Documentary
SAN LUIS, AZ – A Gadsden Elementary School District Board Member and Ex-Mayor of San Luis, Arizona have been indicted in connection with ballot trafficking during the 2020 presidential election and are currently slated to appear in court next Thursday in an attempt to secure a plea bargain.
Guillermina Fuentes stands accused of trafficking ballots in San Luis, Arizona, and was originally set to enter a not guilty plea on May 12; however, additional evidence against her presented by the release of the documentary film “2000 Mules” appears to have made Fuentes change her plea and seek to cut a deal with prosecutors.
Fuentes has been charged with forgery and conspiracy – both Class 4 felonies – as well as two felony counts of ballot abuse; an associate of Fuentes, Alma Yadira Juarez, had previously entered a guilty plea, claiming that Fuentes had provided the ballots to her to put into drop boxes.
Elon Musk: ‘The right to bear arms is an important safeguard against potential tyranny of government’
Space X and Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated in a Thursday interview that, while he espouses the idea of strict background checks and licenses for certain firearm owners, people should generally be free to own and bear firearms in America.
He also criticized the media itself for giving so much attention to people who go out and shoot innocent people: “Why is the media doing exactly what the mass murderers want?” Musk told the media. He added, “Regarding recent events, the shooters are obviously doing this to generate the most amount of attention possible.”
According to Slay News, Musk then shifted to the subject of the Second Amendment, pointing out that ordinary citizens owning guns are indeed a foil against tyranny, in his opinion:
“I strongly believe that the right to bear arms is an important safeguard against potential tyranny of government. Historically, maintaining their power over the people is why those in power did not allow public ownership of guns,” he continued in the email he sent to the media.
George Soros Groups Demand Church Lifts Pelosi’s Holy Communion Ban
Leftist pressure groups Faith in Public Life and Faithful America, both funded by radical billionaire Soros, have launched a campaign on behalf of Pelosi.
The groups have established a petition drive to protest San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone’s decision to bar Pelosi from receiving Communion.
Cordileone banned Pelosi because of her “extreme” abortion advocacy.
In a searing response to the petition, Catholic League president Bill Donohue noted that Faith in Public Life and Faithful America “have both received funding from George Soros, the atheist billionaire who has long been at war with the Catholic Church.”
Hunter Biden Used Burner Phone and Data Recovery Apps: Former US Secret Service Agent
Data recovered from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop have shown that the president’s son reportedly used burner phone apps extensively from 2014 to 2018, and a data recovery app to extract data from iPhones owned by Hallie Biden, the widow of his late brother Beau.
The discovery was made by Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos, retired U.S. secret service agent and current chief executive officer of U.S.-based firm Cyber Forensics, after examing a copy of the laptop’s hard drive provided by the Washington Examiner.
According to his report, one of his key findings was a CSV file, created on Jan. 21, 2019, containing Hunter Biden’s transaction records in the Apple app store.
UPDATE: New Documents Confirm Former Obama Officials Including John Kerry Were Meeting Secretly with Iranian Officials During Trump Administration
President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called for an investigation of John Kerry for his illegal actions. The DOJ refused.
Earlier this week the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) published a new memo that confirms even more meetings between John Kerry and the Iranian regime during the Trump administration.
Here is a list of previous Gateway Pundit reports on John Kerry’s illicit actions with Iran during the Trump administration:
Bodycam Footage of U.S. Marshal Fatally Shooting Omari Cryer in Louisville
On Friday, May 20th, 2022, at approximately 8:30 a.m. the U.S. Marshals Task Force, comprised of Deputy U.S. Marshals and LMPD detectives, were in the 800 block South 37th Street attempting to serve outstanding arrest warrants for Assault 2nd Degree (domestic violence), Strangulation 1st Degree, Terroristic Threatening 3rd Degree, Assault 4th Degree (domestic violence), and Probation Violation on 25-year-old Omari Cryer.
Cryer was observed fleeing the location and deputies and detectives attempted to apprehend him.
Protests Gather Outside NRA Convention in Houston Texas
May 27, 2022 | Houston, Texas – Crowds gathered outside of the NRA convention to speak up against and for guns.
“Makes me scared to go back (to school) because I want to live a life and not just die” – says Adrienne, 8 years old outside of Houston NRA convention
“Feeling like the living dead because it could be any one of us, the victim of next mass shootings “says Mathew outside NRA convention in Texas
“Guns are not evil, it’s the people that are committing the crimes” says 2A supporter outside of the NRA convention in Texas, calls for more security at schools.
“If you think about the children – do something”, a protester holding Antifascist Action flag had a message for Ted Cruz outside of the NRA Convention
Food Inflation Jumps to 41-Year High
The prices of fuel and related services were up 30 percent compared with April of last year. Compared with March, however, energy prices actually declined in April.
In May, however, they have likely climbed again. The average price of gasoline hit a new record high of $4.60 a gallon on Thursday.
The rate of inflation as measured by the personal consumption expenditure price index over the past year slowed to 6.3 percent in April from a 40-year high of 6.6 percent in March. This was the first slow down in price increases in a year and a half.
The decline in year-over-year inflation partly reflects the extraordinarily high level of inflation hit over a year ago, when inflation rose to a level not seen since the financial crisis.
This Is What A Partial Birth Abortion Looks Like
A month ago, the bodies of 5 babies were discovered outside of a Washington D.C. abortion facility, with at least one showing injuries consistent with unlawful partial-birth abortions.
These abortions were outlawed in 2003, yet the D.C. authorities have done nothing to investigate the deaths of these precious children. It’s time for America to wake up to these atrocities and unite to end abortion in our nation. Help spread the truth. #JusticeForTheFive
NEW: Long Withheld Records Reveal More than 20,000 Mail Ballots Received After the Legal Deadline in Maricopa County
After numerous records requests and months of waiting for responses, Verity Vote found that Maricopa County received and counted tens of thousands of ballots after the election day deadline.
This finding was not mentioned in the Arizona Attorney General’s interim report on election fraud.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Attorney General Mark Brnovich released a report on the evidence of voter fraud in Maricopa County, yet he still has done nothing about it. The Attorney General also reported document production troubles and the County’s repeated failure to comply with requests.
A previous report by Verity Vote discovered that Maricopa County failed to record the number of ballots on 1,514 out of 1,895 unique chain of custody documents and failed to record signatures on 48 of these documents. This resulted in 740,000 ballots missing proper chain of custody documentation.
Special Counsel John Durham’s team says evidence has ‘proven’ Sussmann is guilty
Federal prosecutor Jonathan Algor delivered the government’s closing argument Friday morning, presenting their final case to the jury.
“The evidence has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant Michael Sussmann made a false statement to the FBI,” Algor said. “The defendant used his privilege as a high-powered Washington lawyer, a former DOJ prosecutor… to bypass normal channels and expedite a meeting with the FBI general counsel.”
Algor went on to stress that the allegations were “not about national security” but “about opposition research against candidate Donald Trump.”
Algor referenced the “materiality” of the false statement, saying that jurors are required to decide on whether Sussmann’s false statement was capable of influencing the FBI.
“The government is not required to prove that the statement influenced the FBI but only that it could have influenced the FBI,” Algor told jurors.
“How do we know it mattered?” Algor asked. “Baker said he doesn’t know if he would have taken the meeting had he known [Sussmann was representing the Clinton campaign].”
Middle Tennessee principal dragged special education boy by ankles through school
Spurlock says Campbell is accused of trying to destroy the evidence, attempting and/or deleting security video footage of the incident from the school’s camera. Spurlock says Campbell entered nolo contendere plea to the charge and was placed on probation for the misdemeanor. She also issued the same plea -which does not admit guilt by Campbell but is a conviction- on a charge of neglect, a Class A misdemeanor.
The board shared stills from the video of the incident, showing Campbell pulling the child by his arm from a chair, grabbing the boy by the belt, then dragging him out of the front office by the wrists to the hallway. They then are shown grabbing his ankles and dragging him from the front office to the back of the school.
Campbell wasn’t without support, one of the school board members saying the decision was a result of the court of public opinion. Board member Tammy Sharp called Campbell a “phenomenal” principal and said the vote to fire Campbell was “disgusting,” and questioning the boy’s history. “
Heroic officer rushed into Uvalde school with barber’s shotgun to save daughter, wife
An off-duty US Customs and Border Protection agent fearlessly rushed into Robb Elementary School with his barber’s shotgun and rescued dozens of children and his daughter after his wife texted him that there was an active shooter.
Jacob Albarado had just sat down for a haircut when he received the horrifying message from his wife, Trisha, a fourth-grade teacher at the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school, he told the New York Times.
“There’s an active shooter,” she wrote. “Help,” she sent before sending a chilling: “I love you.”
He immediately leaped out of his seat, grabbed the barber’s shotgun and sped off toward the school.
Facts about Uvalde, TX MUST precede the political NONSENSE
There’s a LOT of information still unknown about how the Uvalde, Texas tragedy transpired:
Why didn’t cops enter the barricaded classroom sooner? Were the police handcuffing parents who wanted to enter the school themselves? And why were some officers — seemingly dressed in tactical gear — standing OUTSIDE?
Americans — and most importantly, the families of the 21 lives lost — deserve these answers.
But until all the facts have been revealed, we must STOP the political nonsense, Glenn says: ‘I’m tired of everybody giving me bogus information because it will help their political side.’
Official: Kids to 911 During Siege: ‘Please Send the Police’
The on-site commander believed the gunman, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, was barricaded in a classroom at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde during Tuesday’s attack and that the children were not at risk, Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw said at a news conference.
“Of course it was not the right decision. It was the wrong decision,” he said.
McCraw said U.S. Border Patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed Ramos, who killed 19 students and two teachers.
McCraw said there was a barrage of gunfire shortly after Ramos entered the classroom where they killed Ramos but that shots were “sporadic” for much of the 48 minutes while officers waited outside the hallway. He said investigators do not know if or how many children died during those 48 minutes.
During the siege, frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the school, according to witnesses.
“Go in there! Go in there!” women shouted at the officers soon after the attack began, said Juan Carranza, 24, who watched the scene from outside a house across the street.
Carranza said the officers should have entered the school sooner: “There were more of them. There was just one of him.”
Updated Texas school shooting timeline sparks new questions
Fox News’ Bill Melugin says officials are expected to provide a concrete timeline of the events leading up to and during the mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas.
Recount begins in Pennsylvania’s GOP primary for Senate
Recounting began Friday in the too-close-to-call Republican primary contest for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, with barely 900 votes separating celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz and former hedge fund CEO David McCormick.
Montour County began the recount Friday, one of seven counties that said they would start right away. Most of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties have said they will begin next week, with a Wednesday deadline to start.
For less populated counties, the process could take a day. More heavily populated counties say they will need several days.
Counties have until June 7 to finish a recount and another day to report results to the state.
Poll: Liz Cheney Sinks 30 Points Behind Trump-Endorsed Harriet Hageman in WY GOP Primary
Hageman garnered 56 percent support, while Cheney only earned 26 percent, a 30 percent difference.
The poll was conducted with 400 likely Republican primary voters in Wyoming from May 24-25. The margin of error is +4.9 percent.
A January straw poll revealed Hageman held a commanding lead over Cheney. The poll, conducted by the Wyoming Republican State Central Committee via secret ballot, showed Hageman won 59 votes and Cheney six, a 53-point victory by Hageman.
The new polling data comes after Donald Trump announced he would hold a rally for Hageman on Saturday at 4 p.m. in Casper, Wyoming. Trump and Hageman will be joined at the rally by Reps. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Matt Gaetz (R-FL), and Lauren Boebert (R-CO). House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Reps. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and Jim Jordan (R-OH) will also make video appearances.
Mitch McConnell Taps Sen. Cornyn to Work with Democrats to Secure Gun Control
I met with Senator Cornyn this morning. As you know he went home yesterday to see the family members and begin the fact finding of this awful massacre and I have encouraged him to talk with Sen. Murphy and Sen. Sinema and others who are interested in trying to get an outcome that is directly related to the problem. I am hopeful that we could come up with a bipartisan solution.
Cornyn commented on his role as McConnell’s gun control liaison, saying:
There’s a whole list of things that we can consider, but I think particularly mental health, access to mental health treatment is high on that list. I think we need to be open to whatever, wherever the evidence leads us. I would say that this is not an excuse to infringe the Second Amendment rights of law abiding citizens; doing that will do nothing to fix tragedies like this.
Uvalde school shooting: Marjorie Taylor Greene recounts own school’s hostage situation
Georgia lawmaker tells ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ gun control, gun-free-zones are not the answer.
Biden Falsely Claims Republicans Never Wanted ‘Meaningful’ Police Reform
Biden signed an executive order Wednesday aimed at reforming policing and criminal justice practices on the two-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. The order focuses on federal law enforcement groups and does not apply to local agencies. Federal law enforcement agencies are banned from using chokeholds “unless deadly force is authorized” and no-knock warrants will have new restrictions.
Biden, however, claimed Republicans never wanted “meaningful” change.
Scott introduced the JUSTICE Act which included incentives for banning chokeholds and giving grants for body cameras.
Democrats filibustered the legislation before introducing their own piece of legislation, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Democrats reportedly claimed the legislation did not address police misconduct or racial injustice enough.
Socialist congressional candidate doubles down on call for homeless people to break into empty homes
Rebecca Parson, a Democratic socialist running for Congress in the state of Washington, defends her campaign ad during an appearance on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’
US Seizes Russia-Flagged Tanker Carrying Iranian Oil Near Greece
The oil was being carried by a Russian-operated ship, which had been flagged for US targeting in February.
The company renamed the ship the Lana and was Russian flagged.
Greece had impounded the Pegas and its Russian crew last month over the invasion of Ukraine but ultimately released it.
As Zerohedge reported:
Neither the US nor Russia is commenting. Greece says the US informed them the oil was Iranian, and that the US hired a different ship to take the oil to America.
Iran has summoned the Greek charges d’affaires and called the incident a “clear example of piracy.”
The US accused the tanker of loading 700,000 Bbls of oil from Iran in August 2021. The tanker mostly sent oil to China.
Russia Battles to Take Railroad Hub, Surrounds Major City
Ukraine said its forces still held new defensive lines in the eastern Donbas region, despite apparent Russian advances on two major fronts there that showed how momentum has shifted in recent days.
Moscow’s separatist proxies said they were in full control of Lyman, which Russia has attacked from the north in one major axes of its advance.
“I’m afraid that (President Vladimir) Putin, at great cost to himself and to the Russian military, is continuing to chew through ground in Donbas,” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Bloomberg UK.
Ukrainian officials acknowledged that Russia had captured most of the town. But the defense ministry said forces were still blocking the Russians from launching an advance towards Sloviansk, a major city a half-hour drive further southwest.
Sweden: Asylum Home Tells Ukrainian Women Dress Modestly To Not Provoke Migrant Men
Ukrainian women living at the Galaxen asylum accommodation in the municipality of Olofström have been given a dress code by those who run the accommodation and told that dressing in certain ways may provoke men from other cultures according to Gitana Bengtsson, who connected the refugees to a local women’s shelter after she learned of the situation.
Bengtsson spoke to broadcaster Sveriges Radio about the situation in the asylum accommodation saying, “I’ve talked to a woman from the women’s shelter in Olofström, and she said that we are going there and have a meeting, or have an information meeting for the women. So that if they are exposed, they can call, they should feel safe.”
According to Bengtsson, the women were told not to wear clothing that exposed their skin such as short shorts or skirts and stated, “If those women were to live in the city, no one would tell them how to dress.”
The incident comes after a report in March that Ukrainian women living in a Swedish asylum accommodation had been harassed by migrant men who had tried to force their way into their accommodation, including one woman who was sleeping in her room with her children.
“I don’t want to live here because I am afraid,” one of the Ukrainian women said and added, “It’s not too dangerous like in my country, but it is dangerous too.”
European Union Preps for Gas Rationing over Russian Shutdown Fears
This week, the EU has announced that it is crafting contingency plans, including rationing gas in the coming months in the event of a complete shut down of Russian gas shipments to the bloc.
As many have already warned, a shortage of gas could be devastating to major European economies like Germany, which rely on abundant, cheap energy to function.
“This year if there will be full disruption, we are preparing contingency plans,” the Estonian politician added.
Three European countries, including Bulgaria, Finland, and Poland have all had liquid natural gas (LNG) pipeline shipments cut off by Russia’s state-owned Gazprom for failing to abide by President Vladimir Putin’s demand to pay Moscow rubles in exchange for gas.
While the Russian currency initially faltered following unprecedented sanctions levied by the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union, the ruble has since stabilised, with European gas payments likely serving to bolster its value.
Doctor Loses Licence After Prescribing ‘Transgender’ 9-Year-Old Puberty Blockers During Ten-Minute Skype Call
Dr. Michael Webberley has had his name scrubbed from the medical register after it was found that his treatment of 24 patients constituted a “catalogue of failings”.
One of these patients was a nine-year-old who supposedly wanted to be a boy, with Webberley proscribing the child puberty blockers after a Skype consultation that lasted only ten minutes.
According to a report by The Telegraph, Webberley ran the extremely controversial “GenderGP” online clinic, which used legal loopholes to get EU doctors to proscribe British children with sex-change drugs, with seven of the 24 patients reviewed by a tribunal being related to the service.
Meanwhile, Webberley’s wife who ran the clinic alongside him, Dr Helen Webberley, has meanwhile received an interim suspension amid another ongoing tribunal, having been previously fined for running an unlicensed transgender clinic from her home.
Through the abuse of legal loopholes, the GenderGP service was able to prescribe puberty blockers to children in post-Brexit Britain by using doctors working from within the EU, despite a ban being in place at the time preventing local doctors from prescribing under-16s such a drug.
Chilling Speech from Justin Trudeau Reveals What He Wants to Control | ROUNDTABLE | Rubin Report
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Viva Frei, BlazeTV’s Sara Gonzales, and Rav Arora about the war on misinformation heating up despite Joe Biden pausing the creation of the Disinformation Governance Board led by Nina Jankowicz.
Biden isn’t the only politician trying to exploit tragedies to create a ministry of truth arm of government.
Justin Trudeau made clear in a recent chilling speech that he plans to use the power of the law to crack down on any dissent in Canada by simply labeling it as online disinformation.
Indian Lawmaker Accused of Illegally Issuing Visas to Hundreds of Chinese Citizens in Exchange for Bribes
Karti Chidambaram, a member of the Indian Parliament representing the Indian National Congress (INC) political party, appeared before members of India’s Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on May 26 as part of his cooperation with an ongoing investigation into his allegedly corrupt actions.
“The fresh case against Karti pertains to issuance of visas to 263 Chinese nationals in 2011 when his father P Chidambaram was the Union home minister [Indian Minister of Home Affairs]. It is alleged that Karti received Rs 50 lakh [$64,405] to illegally facilitate visas for the Chinese nationals for working on a power project in Punjab,” the Times of India reported on May 26.
“According to the CBI, the work for setting up the power project was being executed by a Chinese company and was running behind schedule. So a TSPL [Talwandi Sabo Power Ltd.] executive had sought re-issuance of project visas for 263 Chinese workers for which Rs 50 lakh [$64,405] allegedly exchanged hands,” the newspaper relayed.
The WHO is engineering the Great Reset
The Covid and Ukraine crises have taught us one thing: international organizations are useless in a crisis. The United Nations has been unable to fulfill its primary function of stopping war.
The World Trade Organization has been unable to protect world trade: instead, sanctions have been applied against Russia.
The European Court of Human Rights was unable to protect even the most basic human rights against the onslaught of restrictions imposed since 2020 supposedly to fight the virus.
How China’s push for ai weapons threatens the world | China in Focus
Killer #Robots: the stuff of science fiction. But it’s becoming all too real.
There’s a race for artificial intelligence and unmanned weapons that could change the face of warfare.
In this special report, we look at how the Chinese regime is harnessing its vast reaches of #Data and turning it into a weapon, where that data is coming from, and how Americans are unwittingly lending a hand.
Joining us to help shed light on the topic are Arthur Herman, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and director of the Quantum Alliance Initiative, and Rick Fisher, senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center.
Terrifying TOS-1A Thermobaric Artillery Strike Recorded In Ukraine
The TOS-1A’s rockets use thermobaric, or fuel-air explosive, warheads. These use surrounding oxygen to create a high-temperature explosion. The devastating weapons, also sometimes referred to as ‘vacuum bombs,’ include a fuel container with two separate explosive charges.
Once the target is hit, the first explosive charge allows the fuel container to open and disperse a cloud of fuel, and the second charge ignites the incendiary fuel cloud which results in the fiery explosion and a subsequent oxygen-sucking vacuum.
The detonation of the rockets causes such a rapid and drastic change in air pressure that taking shelter within a trench or cave, behind a reinforced barrier, or, in some cases, even inside of an armored vehicle would fail to protect a human.
“A secondary effect is high-temperature heat — 2,500-3,000° C. An incomplete explosion renders a near-devastating effect, wide-area long-duration high-temperature flame,” it continues. “Even those outside of the blast area will be rendered ineffective with debilitating mental and physical trauma.”
Mass Shootings: The Vicious Cycle Fueled By America’s Toxic Cult of Violence
Mass Shootings: The Vicious Cycle Fueled By America’s Toxic Cult of Violence John Whitehead
We’re missing a key point about Uvalde
The battle we’re fighting in this country isn’t about gun control. It’s a battle between good and evil, a battle between faith and godlessness.
Ingraham: ESG movement is corporate America’s thought and governance police
Liberal globalists are using a classification and ratings system to pressure American companies into adopting progressive practices at every level of operation.