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Documents relating to Jeffrey Epstein’s associates will be unsealed
Judge Loretta Preska on Friday ruled that the material concerning eight people should be unsealed despite one subject claiming it could ‘wrongfully harm (his) privacy and reputation.’
Among those whose names are mentioned in the documents are Emmy Tayler, Ghislaine Maxwell‘s former personal assistant, who was accused of taking part in the sexual abuse of minors.
Judge Preska overrode objections from Tom Pritzker, the billionaire executive chairman of the Hyatt Hotels, and ordered material related to him be made public.
The documents are part of a defamation case brought against Maxwell by accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre in 2016 that was later settled.
A total of 16 ‘Non-Party Does’ objected to the release of the files being made public and the first set of eight have already been dealt with by the federal court in New York.
The latest batch related to the remaining eight, referred to as Does 12, 28, 97, 107, 144, 147, 171, and 183.
FBI Had Informants in Proud Boys
F.B.I. Had Informants in Proud Boys, Court Papers Suggest In filings in the seditious conspiracy case against members of the far-right group, defense lawyers claimed that information favorable to their clients was improperly withheld by the government until recently.
Blackburn Confronts Judge Who Released Man Who Then Participated In Child’s Murder
At Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) questioned Todd E. Edelman, nominee to be United States District Judge for the District of Columbia.
Report: Google’s YouTube Allows Dems to Question Elections, Not Republicans
The videos were made by an independent journalist for TK News, a news outlet founded by the left-leaning journalist and author Matt Taibbi.
On his personal substack, the journalist, Matt Orfalea, explained that YouTube took down his video with Republicans questioning the integrity of elections, while allowing his video with Democrats doing the same to remain up.
The video shows Hillary Clinton repeatedly describing the 2016 election as “stolen,” various top Democrats and media figures alleging the election was illegitimate because Russia “hacked” it, and even a Change.org petition with millions of signatures asking the electoral college to make Clinton the president in 2016.
Democrat claims of stolen elections aren’t limited to 2016. Numerous figures in the party claimed Republican George W. Bush stole the election from Democrat Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election, and Democrat Stacey Abrams infamously refused to concede her narrow loss to Republican Brian Kemp in the Georgia gubernatorial election of 2018.
Maricopa County voter expresses frustration over voting struggles
Voters in Maricopa County, Arizona are coming forward and documenting issues they encountered on election day. One America’s Daniel Baldwin has more.
NYC lawmakers frustrated over Mayor Adams response to migrant crisis
A city watchdog says New York’s migrant crisis will cost the city $600 million every year. OAN’s Caitlin Sinclair has more.
Lauren Boebert’s Democratic opponent concedes in tight Colorado race
On a livestream Friday, Democratic candidate Adam Frisch announced that he had called GOP Rep. Lauren Boebert to concede the race in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.
Boebert was leading Frisch by 551 votes, but in percentage terms, they were tied at 50% with 99% of the expected vote in. Given how slim Boebert’s lead was, the race was heading into a recount.
Boebert breezed through her Republican primary with 66% of the vote and was expected by many observers to comfortably win her general election in a district that went for former President Donald Trump by 15 points in 2020.
National transsexual rights activist once boosted by the New York Times found guilty of horrific murders of lesbians and an African teen
Although originally set to begin in 2019, Rivers’ murder trial began in October.
Rivers originally entered a not-guilty plea, but later changed it to not guilty by reason of insanity.
The Alameda County jury began deliberating on Nov. 15. The jury didn’t need more than a few hours to arrive at their verdict.
The jury found Dana Rivers guilty in the first degree in the Nov. 11, 2016, murders of 57-year-old Patricia Wright, 56-year-old Charlotte Reed, and Wright’s 19-year-old adopted son Benny Diambu-Wright (Toto Diambu).
All special circumstances, including vulnerable victims and the use of deadly weapons, were found to be true.
It is presently unclear whether Rivers, if sentenced to prison, will serve in a men’s facility.
Nicholas Joseph Gutierrez, suspect accused of mowing down 25 LA sheriff’s recruits on morning run, released from jail
Nicholas Joseph Gutierrez had to be released because California law bars authorities from holding a suspect in custody for more than 48 hours without presenting the case to prosecutors, a spokesperson for the LA County Sheriff’s Department said.
Gutierrez will be rearrested once the probe of Wednesday’s horrific incident is complete, Sgt. Gerardo Magos told the Los Angeles Times.
“The evidence is there,” he said. “We just want to make sure it’s properly presented.”
Authorities allegedly found weed in Gutierrez’ Honda CRV and are trying to determine if he was high at the time, the LA Times reported, citing a source familiar with the investigation.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva has said that a Breathalyzer test was administered at the scene and that Gutierrez passed it when he “blew a 0.0.”
“Waste of the Week” on The National Desk: US-Funded Military Research Going to China
In this week’s Waste of the Week, $20 million for U.S.-funded military research is going to institutions in China. Adam Andrzejewski, CEO and founder of OpenTheBooks.com, joined The National Desk Friday to discuss this topic.
More than 150 Chinese-born scientists who did U.S. taxpayer-funded military research at the fabled Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico are now back home working in China, in some cases, helping develop weapons, according to a news release provided by Andrzejewski.
Chinese police stations in America and around the world
The Spain-based human rights organization Safeguard Defenders recently published a report on these 32 unofficial Chinese police “service stations” operating around the world. The stations were established by the Overseas Chinese Police Office of the Fuzhou Public Security Bureau in China’s Fujian Province.
Liu Rongyan, Director of the Fuzhou Public Security Bureau’s overseas police operations reportedly announced the launch of the “first batch” of 30 overseas “service stations” on Jan. 22, 2022. The 30 stations are located in 25 cities in 21 different countries.
The exact scope of the mission of these overseas Chinese police “service stations” is unclear, but Safeguard Defenders researchers believe the offices work in conjunction with China’s “Fox Hunt” operations.
China says its “Fox Hunt” operations are meant to convince Chinese criminals living abroad to return to China, but they have been accused of targeting Chinese dissidents and relying on threats and coercive behavior to get those dissidents to come back to China.
Bombshell study: Sperm counts have fallen by over 62%, suggesting an accelerated global reproductive crisis
A new peer-reviewed study published this week in the journal “Human Reproduction Update” confirmed an alarming trend detailed by the same researchers in a groundbreaking 2017 meta-analysis: Sperm counts have been trending downward in men on every continent since 1973.
The researchers indicated that “this world-wide decline is continuing in the 21st century at an accelerated pace.”
The researchers stated that this is “now recognized as a significant public health concern,” citing a group of leading clinicians and scientists who underscored both the “importance of male reproductive health for the survival of the human (and other) species” and that “decreased male fertility [is] a major public health problem.”
Levine told the Times of Israel, “The trend of decline is both very real and appears to be accelerating.”
REVEALED: Biden admin funds ‘Cat Park’ game to ‘inoculate youth against disinformation’
A memo from the US Department of State, obtained by the Foundation for Freedom, begins by stating, “With the Internet, only two things are certain: the global appeal of cats videos and the pervasiveness of disinformation.”
Harmony Square, as the memo states, is a game in which players “take on the role of Chief Disinformation Officer, abusing social media to spread disinformation, using trolling, emotional language, rage amplification, conspiracy theories, and polarization to magnify inter-group differences.”
The game, available in English, Dutch, French, and Russian as of the memo date, “helps players discern between reliable and unreliable information.”
“Posts are encouraged to promote this free game for adoption in local schools, to publicize this game online using the linked digital campaign toolkit, and to organize special rollout events,” an action request states.
Proof Amazon is FAR MORE DANGEROUS than you may have thought
The world knows Amazon is an extraordinarily powerful company, but one family’s terrifying story demonstrates just how dark, dominant, and dishonorable the monopolistic corporation truly is.
Amy Nelson’s husband, Carl, was accused of an unspecific crime by Amazon — his former employer — in 2020. Even though Carl was never charged with that crime, Amazon still seized nearly all the funds Amy and Carl had spent years acquiring.
Everything was taken directly from their bank accounts via civil asset forfeiture. But the dangers of Amazon go even further.
Amy joined “The Glenn Beck Program” to detail just how menacing the relationship between Amazon and our federal government — specifically the DOJ — truly is.
Vaccine Disaster: Myopericarditis Rates off the Charts – 23,300 Suspected Cases Per Million!
When Pfizer and Moderna went for full FDA approval, they received from the FDA a Biological Licensing Agreement (BLA) letter, essentially stating, “You must study myocarditis with your vaccines.”
What that entails, explained Dr. Peter McCullough, is prospective cohort studies, meaning you measure everything (troponin levels, EKG, echocardiogram, ultrasound, etc.) at baseline, give the vaccine, and compare the results from before and afterwards.
But surprise, surprise, they never did those studies.
However, Mansanguan & Colleagues from Thailand did — and the data is alarming.
UN Report: Gain-Of-Function Research ‘Increases Possibility’ Of Pandemics.
The 70-page report from the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) follows scrutiny of gain-of-function research after revelations that the controversial research method was being used by scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which is believed to be the epicenter of COVID-19.
Using taxpayer funds from Anthony Fauci’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) agency, researchers from the Wuhan-based laboratory and the New York non-profit EcoHealth Alliance manipulated bat coronaviruses strikingly similar to COVID-19 to become more lethal to humans.
The report – “COVID-19, a Warning: Addressing Environmental Threats and the Risk of Future Pandemics in Asia and the Pacific” – provides 10 recommendations to mitigate pandemic risks, including to “better regulate or ban dangerous “gain of function” pathogen studies” as its ninth suggestion.
“Deliberately searching for wildlife viruses could paradoxically increase the possibility of accidentally generating an outbreak or even a pandemic, via accidental escape,” begins the report.
Housing market is ‘depressed’ and consumers will start pulling back: Fred Lane
Lane Generational founder and CEO Fred Lane predicts ‘persistently high inflation’ over the next four to five years and run ahead of interest rates.
Tucker Carlson: Investors didn’t notice this red flag in FTX scandal
Fox News host Tucker Carlson reacts to the FTX meltdown on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.
US Government Announces $13 Billion in Funding to ‘Modernize’ Power Grids
The $1.2 trillion infrastructure law, passed last year, provides $10.5 billion to harden power systems against growing threats like extreme weather and climate change, the DOE said, and a further $2.5 billion to help build new transmission lines.
An estimated 70 percent of the nation’s transmission lines are over 25 years old, and this aging infrastructure makes American communities, critical infrastructure and economic interests vulnerable, the White House said.
The upgraded transmission system is also critical to cost-effectively achieving Biden’s goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions 50 percent below 2005 levels in 2030 and achieving 100 percent clean electricity by 2035.
The White House highlighted other initiatives aimed at boosting the power grid, such as expediting approval of new transmission lines, advancing major project reviews and supporting wind-power transmission.
Merrick Garland Names Special Counsel on Trump; Still No Special Counsel on Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden acknowledged in December 2020 that he had been under federal investigation for possible tax violations. Since then, the investigation reportedly broadened to include more of his global business dealings.
However, Attorney General Garland has declined to appoint a special counsel, despite criticism from legal scholars who say that greater political independence is needed in an inquiry involving the president’s family.
Earlier this week, the Washington Post reported — nearly a week after the midterm election — that the Mar-a-Lago documents were of a personal interest and there was no indication that the former president intended to sell any national secrets. The story has largely been ignored.
Garland had promised at his confirmation hearing in 2021 to keep politics out of the Department of Justice.
‘I have been proven innocent for six years’: Trump slams ‘unfair’ special counsel probe announced 24 hours after Republicans launched Biden probe,
Donald Trump tore into the Department of Justice after Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed war crimes prosecutor Jack Smith to serve as special counsel to determine if Trump should face charges in multiple DOJ probes.
‘This is a totally expected political stunt by a feckless, politicized, weaponized Biden Department of Justice,’ a Trump spokesperson said Friday.
Trump told Fox News he ‘won’t partake’ in ‘the worst politicization of justice in our country’ just after the announcement.
‘I have been going through this for six years- for six years, I have been going through this, and I am not going to go through it anymore,’ Trump went on, ‘And I hope the Republicans have the courage to fight this.’
Tipping Point – Meet the New GOP…Same as the Old
What Voters Need to Know About Trump | Jim Jordan | POLITICS | Rubin Report
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Rep. Jim Jordan about what Republicans plan to do about Dr. Fauci;
what needs to be learned from the 2022 midterm elections; why Republicans need to embrace ballot harvesting and mail-in ballots;
what the consequences of political polarization will mean for red states and blue states; who he plans to support if the GOP nomination is Trump vs. DeSantis; and much more.
These blue cities struggle to deal with the consequences of migrants: Paxton
On Friday’s “National Report,” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reacts to the state sending busloads of migrants to Philadelphia.
Tulsi Gabbard: Ukraine and the Military Industrial Complex
Biden Admin is giving a blank check to military industrial complex & corrupt bureaucrats in Ukraine, while pushing for 87k new IRS agents to squeeze every penny from Americans.
Their actions expose who they really care about. It’s not us. It’s a govt of, by & for the powerful elite
Did the US just get closer to the Russia, Ukraine war?
The world held its breathe this week when a stray missile crossed into Poland — a NATO country. Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy insisted the missile came from Russia, but other reports claim the opposite.
Either way, with a NATO country now directly effected, did the U.S. become close to entering the war?
Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT), joins Glenn to explain if America was ever close to joining the danger.
Plus, Rep. Stewart explains why it wouldn’t make any sense for Vladimir Putin to involve NATO forces right now.
This was a massive new bombshell on Hunter Biden: GOP Congressman
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., on Republicans’ plan to investigate Hunter Biden and Nancy Pelosi retiring as Democratic House leader.
Tony Bobulinski, Hunter Biden’s former business partner, sounds off on House probe
Tony Bobulinski joins ‘Hannity’ to sound off on Rep. James Comer, R-Ky.’s investigatory plans.
Ron Johnson calls for FBI whistleblowers to come forward in Hunter Biden probe
Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson joined ‘Hannity’ to discuss FBI Director Christopher Wray refusing to say if alleged Hunter Biden criminal activity is Russian ‘disinformation.’
‘We are living just on the breadline’: UK budget to put pressure on struggling families
Income tax will increase for many people in the United Kingdom, and energy bills will rise next year.
Local authorities have also been told they can increase council tax.
The UK budget plan will leave many people – and the services they rely on – struggling to cope.
UK residents Paul Bomer said he was “really, really worried” about the future as the cost of living continues to rise, putting pressure on struggling families.
Mr Bomer’s wife, Sarah, said their family was living “on the breadline” as now they have to shop “so carefully”.
Romanian coal-fired power station demolished
Two towers of what was once a Romanian coal-fired power station were demolished on Thursday (November 17), making space for construction of a controversial proposed nuclear plant.
Chinese Spy Sentenced to 20 Years in the US; China’s Xi Accuses Canada’s Trudeau of Leaking Talks
A #ChineseSpy has been sentenced to 20 years in U.S. prison. The high-ranking official was found to have targeted American aviation intel.
Chinese leader #XiJinping was caught on camera criticizing Canadian Prime Minister #Trudeau face-to-face, on the sidelines of the Group of Twenty summit.
China is unable to invade Taiwan, a top U.S. military official says.
Vice President Kamala Harris is heading to Asia. She’s meeting with the president of the Philippines there. Talks about Taiwan tensions are likely on the agenda.
China’s COVID-19 cases are surging. A city in southern China is now building 250,000 beds for infected patients and their close contacts.
Neil Oliver – ‘…are they stealing the truth from us?’
‘….if you think you’re going mad, there’s good reason…’
The Biggest Bully in School: Why Public Education Is Failing in America
What do you know about teachers unions?
If you think they support educators by negotiating better wages and working conditions, you may be shocked and disturbed to find out that today’s teachers unions are well-funded, highly politicized organizations that are hurting—not helping—the public education system in America and keeping even the worst teachers protected.
PragerU’s short documentary investigates how these once well-intentioned teachers unions have become the biggest bully in school.
A Pediatrician’s Advice on Parenting in Age of “Woke”
With social media, politics permeating medicine, and the push toward transgenderism in kids, has it ever been harder for parents to raise children? Dr. Jessica Hochman is a pediatrician and mother of three.
She sits with PragerU CEO Marissa Streit to share advice on how current and future parents can navigate the challenges that come with raising children in today’s society.
FBI Corruption Deep-Dive with Julie Kelly (Ep. 1898) – The Dan Bongino Show
In this episode, I host author Julie Kelly, who explains in terrifying detail the extent of FBI corruption we’ve been uncovering over the recent years, from Jan. 6th to the Whitmer “kidnapping”, Pegasus and more.