In The News Feed:Daily Update.3/28/2023.

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Radical group’s ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ moves forward in wake of Nashville school shooting

TRAN describes itself as”a network of unapologetic activists fighting for Queer Liberation,” and promoted the protest earlier this year on social media, according to Twitter screenshots.

The Twitter account for the group is currently protected, and Fox News Digital was unable to review its tweets Tuesday afternoon.

TRAN’s website was still promoting the event as of Tuesday, one day after a tragic school shooting in Nashville

The protest will reportedly kick off on Friday before holding the main protest outside of SCOTUS at 11 a.m. on Saturday. 

WATCH: Drag queen appears to perform lap dance on student at Pride event with high schoolers

Forsyth Technical Community College hosted a Pride Festival on March 22, that boasted drag shows, contraceptives, and lured students in with free food and drinks. 

The festival was produced by Forsyth Tech’s Pride Club and was joined by organizations like Prevent Ongoing Spread of STIs Everywhere (POSSE), a program of the Forsyth County Health Department.

Ironically, various churches and ministers were invited to this event. 

The college, located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has two high schools on the main campus.

The Pride Fest was open to all students on campus, including those who were under 18 years old. Fliers for the event were displayed around campus giving details of the festival and the drag performances that would occur.

Tearful Swimmer Shares TRAUMATIC Experience Sharing Locker Room with Biological Male


In this article, we delve into the influence Bill Gates wields in public health sectors and explore the reasons why he is often seen as a medical expert despite having no formal qualifications.

We also examine some of the questionable motives and connections that cast a shadow on his seemingly “charitable”  endeavours.

With the Gates Foundation being a substantial source of funding for the WHO, there are valid concerns about the Foundation’s impact on the Organization’s agenda and priorities.

The Bill Gates Foundation’s financial influence has the potential to divert the WHO’s attention from critical public health issues to projects that align more closely with the foundation’s interests.

This has resulted in a disproportionate focus on specific diseases or the promotion of certain interventions, such as mRNA Covid-19 vaccines, at the expense of other crucial health initiatives and the health and lives of the public.


A new report estimates that 26.6 million people were injured, 1.36 million disabled, and 300,000 excess deaths can be attributed to COVID-19 vaccine damages in 2022 alone, which cost the economy nearly $150 billion.

Data on vaccine disabilities and injuries comes directly from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), while the excess death figures are derived from official figures on deaths in the US via two different methods (methodology here).

It’s important to note that people in one category (injured, for example) can move into latter categories of severity – which this analysis does not take into consideration.

FDA Admits to Knowing About Deadly Bacteria Found in Baby Formula Months Before It Was Recalled

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), still battling to regain public trust after perceived abuses relating to the COVID pandemic, was forced to acknowledge it was aware of a deadly bacteria in a baby formula months before issuing a recall.

According to a report in Fox News, the FDA was alerted in September that the deadly Cronobacter bacteria was detected at a Mead Johnson formula plant in Zeeland, Michigan. The FDA coordinated an inspection of the plant two months later and confirmed the presence of the bacteria.

Approximately five months later, the FDA recalled approximately 145,000 cans of baby formula. The FDA reported they inspected the recalled formula and found no evidence of the Cronobacter bacteria. 

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Media Outlets Apologize for Correctly Identifying Transgender Shooter as a Woman

AP Photo/John Amis

Following the revelation that Audrey was a woman who identified as a man, both USA Today and The New York Times were quick to issue statements on Twitter, seemingly apologizing for adhering to biological reality by correctly calling Hale a woman.

The publications also appeared to scrub references to Hale as a female from online news articles.

“There was confusion later on Monday about the gender identity of the assailant in the Nashville shooting,” The New York Times tweeted. “Officials had used ‘she’ and ‘her’ to refer to the suspect, who, according to a social media post and a LinkedIn profile, appeared to identify as a man in recent months.”

USA Today claimed in a tweet that police had “initially misidentified the gender of the shooter.”

Trans activists calls CPS on the family after daughter desists from a transgender identity

Analysis: Mass Immigration Accounts for 80% of U.S. Population Growth

Eric Thayer/Bloomberg

“The enormous scale of the border crisis and resulting illegal immigration, as well as growth in the foreign-born population … indicate that net migration is significantly higher than the 1.01 million estimated by the Census Bureau for 2022,” the CIS researchers write:

If we are correct, then the U.S. population grew by significantly more than the bureau estimated and net international migration accounted for upwards of 90 percent of the increase in the last year. [Emphassia dded]

Immigration has exploded since the start of 2021. In the coming years, absent a change in policy, immigration will continue to drive population growth. In fact, immigration has the potential to add enormously to the size of the U.S. population. [Emphasis added]

Indeed, prior research has shown that the nation’s foreign-born population is projected to hit a record nearly 70 million by 2060 if current legal immigration levels go unreduced. Today’s foreign-born population, at 48 million, is already the largest number of immigrants ever recorded in American history.

MS-13 Gang Member, Wanted for Murdering 3, Among 4.5M Illegal Aliens Caught at Border Under Biden

Photo via Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Chicas, who was subsequently turned over to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency, has an Interpol Red Notice as he is wanted in El Salvador for three murders — including the murder of a police officer.

The MS-13 Gang member was deported from the U.S. on March 17 and is among the more than 4.5 million illegal aliens who have been apprehended at the border under Biden.

While close to 130,000 illegal aliens were apprehended crossing the border last month, there were an estimated 51,000 known got-aways — those illegal aliens whom Border Patrol suspects successfully crossed the border undeterred.

Since Biden took office, there have been roughly 1.5 million got-aways.

Driver’s Licenses for Illegal Aliens to Cost Massachusetts Taxpayers $28M


Everton Candido, a 19-year-old illegal alien, had become the face of the driver’s license law after he was arrested for allegedly killing 77-year-old Walter Wishoski Jr., a veteran of the Army National Guard who was born and raised in Malden, Massachusetts.

Candido, who was driving without a license, allegedly killed Wishoski in a fatal crash.

After previously estimating the new law would cost taxpayers less than $10 million to implement, Healey’s office now reveals that it is likely to cost close to $30 million.

In Fiscal Year 2022, states scored more than 17,500 drunk driving convictions for illegal aliens who were later arrested by ICE agents. Another nearly 11,500 traffic offense convictions were settled against illegal aliens turned over to ICE.

MTG on her visit to the jail where Jan 6 defendants are currently being held

Pentagon doctors say 7-year-olds can consent to sex-change treatment

In the American Journal of Public Health, the doctors argued that children who show symptoms of gender dysphoria should be given “gender-affirming health care, such as puberty suppression and affirming hormones.”

The doctors wrote that “human rights” dictate such treatment, adding that “youths…have an inherent ability and right to consent to gender-affirming therapy.”

Three of the article’s authors – David A. Klein, Thomas Baxter, and Natasha A. Schvey, PhD – work at Travis Air Force Base in California. Another author, Noelle S. Larson, works at the Department of Pediatrics at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, according to Fox News.

Rand Paul staffer ‘brutally attacked’ in broad daylight in D.C.

The Kentucky senator released a statement on the attack, asking for ‘privacy’ so the victim can recover from the assault.

IRS Targets American Journalist

The IRS Makes a Strange House Call on Matt Taibbi

Mr. Taibbi has provoked the ire of Democrats and other journalists for his role in researching Twitter records and then releasing internal communications from the social-media giant that expose its censorship and its contacts with government officials.

This effort has already inspired government bullying, with Chair Lina Khan’s Federal Trade Commission targeting new Twitter owner Elon Musk and demanding the company “identify all journalists” granted access to the Twitter files.

Now Mr. Taibbi has told Mr. Jordan’s committee that an IRS agent showed up at his personal residence in New Jersey on March 9.

That happens to be the same day Mr. Taibbi testified before the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government about what he learned about Twitter.

The taxman left a note instructing Mr. Taibbi to call the IRS four days later. Mr. Taibbi was told in a call with the agent that both his 2018 and 2021 tax returns had been rejected owing to concerns over identity theft.

Covenant School Active Shooter Case–MNPD Body Camera Footage

Bodycam footage shows Nashville Police Department officers responding to the Covenant School in Nashville after 28-year-old Audrey Hale opened fire. (Metropolitan Nashville Police Department)

MNPD Officers Rex Engelbert, a 4-year veteran, and Michael Collazo, a 9-year veteran, were part of a team of officers who responded to the Covenant Church/School campus Monday morning and immediately entered the building. Both of those officers fired on the shooter, who was killed.

This is their body camera footage.


Glenn’s POWERFUL Nashville tragedy message: THIS is the way out

We have a truth problem, Glenn says, and the most recent tragedy at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, shows just how dangerous that problem has become.

So what’s causing this? Why have tragedies like this one become so commonplace? ‘It is the loss of the gold guards of our civilization,’ Glenn explains.

But there IS a path forward. In this powerful message, Glenn explains ‘the way out’: Remembering our principles.

Silencing Truth: The Persecution of a Christian Professor

A theology professor was unjustly fired by Cliff College for standing up for Biblical truth.

He was deemed homophobic for an online post about what the Bible clearly states about homosexuality. He hasn’t backed down.


It’s no secret that globalist institutions are obsessed with Artificial Intelligence as some kind of technological prophecy.

They treat it as if it is almost supernatural in its potential and often argue that every meaningful industrial and social innovation in the near future will owe its existence to AI.

The World Economic Forum cites AI as the singular key to the rise of what they call the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” 

In their view, there can be no human progress without the influence of AI algorithms, making human input almost obsolete.

The manner in which globalists hype AI is very tactical, however. When Harari claims that many people will become part of the “useless class” once AI takes over the economy, he is hinting at another globalist ideology based on elitism – Transhumanism.

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World News:

‘Freedom fighter’ gang torch road block planters

Vigilantes in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, torched a number of planters which were used to close roads just hours after they were installed last week. 

Footage shows the boxes completely destroyed, with locals online praising the ‘freedom fighters’ for acting against the low-traffic measures. 

Frustrated residents in Oxford have also taken action against the schemes, with a video emerging of a driver confronting eco-zealots policing an LTN blockade and refusing to let her pass on her way to work. They have no authority to stand guard at the blockades.

Russia agrees with China to adopt the yuan as a medium of exchange instead of the dollar

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo internet reproduction)

Russia officially announced that it would adopt the Chinese yuan as the medium of exchange for its foreign trade with China and as the currency to trade with various countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

These transactions were virtually paralyzed by Western restrictions and the exclusion of Russia from the SWIFT system, so it is now intended to replace the dollar as a commercial instrument.

The Chinese regime also committed to absorbing more exports from Russia, especially those related to the energy sector, through constructing the Siberia 2 oil pipeline.

The project aims to connect the exploitation of hydrocarbons from Siberia to the northwest of China with an infrastructure project of more than 2,600 kilometers.

Western sanctions significantly boosted the weight of the Chinese yuan in the Russian economy.

EU energy ministers approve 2035 phaseout of CO2-emitting cars

EU energy ministers also agreed to extend a voluntary target to curb their gas use 15 precent for 12 months. (Virginia Mayo / AP)

European Union countries have given final approval to a landmark law to end sales of new CO2-emitting cars in 2035, after Germany won an exemption for cars running on e-fuels.

The approval from EU countries’ energy ministers on Tuesday means Europe’s main climate policy for cars can now enter into force – after weeks of delay caused by last-minute opposition from Germany.

The targets are designed to drive the rapid decarbonisation of new car fleets in Europe.

Newborn tragically dies from amateur medical procedure popular among some migrants

(Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Similar cases have occurred over the last few years, most famously in 2019 with a 5-month-old whose parents, of Ghanaian origin, tried to circumcise him at home.

The boy suffered a cardiac arrest and ended up at a Bologna hospital where he died, the BBC reported.

Another infant, only 5 months old as well, died in the port city of Genoa after his mother and grandmother, of Nigerian origin, called for emergency medical help after attempting a circumcision at home. 

The circumcisions largely occur among Italy’s Muslim immigrant community. Of the 5,000 circumcisions performed in Italy every year, around 35% occur “clandestinely,” according to Il Globo. 

Kim Wants North Korea to Make More Nuclear Material for Bombs

This photo provided on Tuesday, March 28, 2023, by the North Korean government, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, rear, visits a hall displayed what appeared to be various types of warheads designed to be mounted on missiles or rocket launchers on March 27, 2023, in undisclosed location, (Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP)

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has called for his nuclear scientists to increase production of weapons-grade material to make bombs to put on his increasing range of weapons.

North Korean photos of the meeting also showed what appeared to be a small new tactical warhead that was possibly designed to fit on a variety of delivery systems developed in recent years to overwhelm South Korean defenses.

The report in state media Tuesday followed a series of missile launches — seven launch events in this month alone — and rising threats to use the weapons against his enemies. North Korea’s weapons tests and U.S.-South Korea military exercises have intensified in a tit-for-tat cycle, underscoring heightened tensions in the region.

Officials say North Korea could further up the ante in coming weeks or months with more provocative displays of its military nuclear program, possibly including its first test detonation of a nuclear device since September 2017.

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Israeli Judicial Reform Pause Temporary; U.S. prepared military options vs Iran TV7Israel News 28.03

1) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu highlights that while keen on dialogue for the purpose of broadening national consensus – the government is resolute on enacting “necessary changes (to Israel’s) judicial system.”

2) National Unity Party Leader Benny Gantz calls on Premier Netanyahu to double down on its decision to dismiss Defense Minister Yoav Gallant – amid growing regional threats to the State of Israel.

3) U.S. Military Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of General Staff highlights that the United States has prepared multiple options if Iran decides to develop an actual nuclear weapon.

Government Open Borders Crusade Disrupted After Locals Block Migrant Bus

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It is the latest development in Ireland’s ongoing mass migration conflict, which has seen the country’s government bring tens of thousands of foreign arrivals into the country despite local fears over the safety of women and children.

The state’s latest attempt to plant migrants into a rural part of the country is said to have partly failed however after arriving migrants were challenged by people from the local community.

According to a report by Gript Media, an impromptu demonstration against the housing of foreign migrants blocked a bus transporting the new arrivals from entering the facility, with the vehicle eventually being forced to turn around and leave the area.

Toronto: Teen Stabbed to Death on Metro Is Latest In Surge of ‘Random Violence’

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Gabriel Magalhaes, 16, was stabbed just before 9 pm at Keele subway station in the 12th homicide in Toronto so far this year and the latest random act of violence aboard Toronto’s metro system, known as the TTC.

Police in Toronto have since arrested 22-year-old Jordan O’Brien-Tobin in connection with the fatal stabbing, with the homeless man now facing charges of first-degree murder, broadcaster CBC reports.

The murder is just the latest act of extreme violence on the TTC, with a report published in February revealing that there were 1,068 violent attacks on passengers in 2022, with 245 taking place in the month of December alone. In 2021, by contrast, there were 734 incidents.

Among the violent attacks have been several high-profile incidents, including a woman who was set on fire on a bus at Toronto’s Kipling station in June of last year.

Police said at the time the attack was likely motivated by “hate” and was random. The victim suffered second and third-degree burns as a result of the attack, with 33-year-old Tenzin Norbu arrested for attempted murder.

Ramadan: Tunisian Man Stabbed After Being Spotted by Muslims Drinking Beer in Italy

The Tunisian, who was drinking with another Tunisian man, was attacked near Milan’s central railway station on Sunday as he and his friend were drinking beers.

The two men, aged 47 and 39, were set upon by three other North African men, said to be practising Muslims, who became enraged the Tunisian nationals were violating the Ramadan dawn until dusk fast, along with drinking alcohol, which is prohibited in Islam, Il Giornale reports.

The incident comes just weeks after six people in the same area were stabbed by a North African migrant from Morocco, who went on a robbery and stabbing rampage while armed with a box cutter.

Alessandro Cattaneo, a member of the Italian parliament for the centre-right Forza Italia led by former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, stated that the area around the main train station was out of control, blaming mass migration for the increase in crime.

NATO Membership: Hungary Demands Pledges From Sweden To Stop Attacking Conservative Policies

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“Some Hungarian MPs do not feel comfortable because they have witnessed in recent years that certain Swedish government members made a habit of continually questioning the state of democracy in Hungary, they kept insulting Hungarian voters and MPs, and through them the whole of Hungary,” Orbán said, the Budapest Times newspaper reports.

“Hungarian MPs are waiting for the reassurance that there are no political debates between them anymore and there are no problems with the basic so Hungarian-Swedish cooperation,” he said.

Swedish politicians have a long history of slamming the Hungarian government’s conservative domestic policies, including some calling for Hungary to be expelled from the European Union.

Former Swedish Liberal Party leader Nyamko Sabuni called for the EU to possibly kick out Hungary over the country’s stance on LGBT issues, calling Hungary and Poland “authoritarian governments.”

Trans Man Jailed for Tying up and Stabbing Trans Partner is ‘Woman’, Says UK Police

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Zara Jade has been jailed for nine years with an additional three years on licence for a string of offences against his partner. A Ministry of Justice spokesman told Breitbart London that Jade will be placed in a male prison.

West Yorkshire Police state the court heard how Jade “stabbed her partner with a small knife” before tying the other party to a recliner chair with pairs of pantyhose. Jade then took the victim’s debit card and withdrew cash, leaving his partner tied up for several hours. The “substantial” injuries were discovered during a scheduled visit by a nurse to the pair’s home.

While local newspaper The Yorkshire Evening Post reported the police statement uncritically, the Daily Mail reported that Jade had previously been jailed for other offences, including rape in 1998 and another sexual crime in 2013.

Zelensky: No Counter-Offensive Until West Sends More Artillery, Tanks, Rockets

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In comments to Japanese media quoted by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), President Zelensky insisted: “We can’t start yet, we can’t send our brave soldiers to the front line without tanks, artillery and long-range rockets.”

“If you have the political will, you can find a way to help us. We are at war and can’t wait,” he added, emphasising that Ukrainian forces are also “waiting for ammunition to arrive from our partners.”

Zelensky said the situation in the east of his country, where Russian offensive operations have been concentrated after a series of reverses near Kyiv (Kiev), the Kharkiv (Kharkov) Oblast, and Kherson, was “not good”.

Fuel Shortages and Cabinet Infighting Mark Day 10 of France Strikes as Police Brace for Fresh Protests

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France remains in a state of chaos on Tuesday as the 10th straight day of union strikes is marked by fuel-pump shortages and government infighting.

Officials within the Emmanuel Macron government are reportedly bickering on what to do next amid ongoing chaos on the streets of France, which is currently seeing its tenth day of union strikes.

On and off protests ostensibly over the country’s planned pension reforms have been regularly taking in the country since January this year, with demonstrations intensifying over the last number of days into regular union strikes and even rioting in some locations. Police say they expect a violent minority to be active overnight.

DOJ: Feds Gave Green Card to Haitian Mayor Who Ordered Political Killings

AP Photo/Steven Senne

According to federal prosecutors, Viliena served as mayor in Les Irois from December 2006 to at least February 2010 during which he was backed by the Korega political machine, which uses armed violence to exert power over local residents.

The indictment alleges that in July 2007, a witness accused Viliena of assaulting his neighbor during criminal proceedings in Les Irois.

That evening, the indictment claims, Viliena led an armed militia to the witness’s home, murdered the witness’s brother, and smashed his skull with a rock in front of a crowd of onlookers.

Less than a year after the first incident, Viliena applied for a visa to enter the U.S. at the American embassy in Port au Prince, Haiti. The indictment alleges that Viliena falsely claimed on his visa application that he had not been involved in political killings or human rights abuses.

The following day, the State Department approved Viliena’s visa application and about a month later, he arrived in the U.S. on a visa and eventually was awarded a green card to permanently remain in the U.S.

Feds not tracking progress of billions in foreign aid for gender projects

Although the Trudeau government is happy to dish out billions in foreign aid for its progressive causes, a new report has found that there are no measures in place to track where the funding is going or whether it’s achieving its intended results. 

An audit presented in Parliament on Monday revealed that Global Affairs Canada lacks insight into the efficacy of development aid aimed at promoting gender equity among women and girls in foreign nations. 

The report states that the government agency has completely failed to adequately monitor the progress of its aid programs.


House GOP to Subpoena Blinken over Afghanistan Dissent Cable

 (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

WASHINGTON — House Republicans plan to deliver a subpoena to Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday for classified cables related to the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, marking an unprecedented effort to force the release of sensitive documents to Congress.

Rep. Mike McCaul, the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told The Associated Press on Monday that he had spoken with Blinken earlier in the day when he was notified the agency would not be turning over a so-called dissent cable written by diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul shortly before the August 2021 withdrawal.

“We have made multiple good faith attempts to find common ground so we could see this critical piece of information,” McCaul, R-Texas, said in a statement. “Unfortunately, Secretary Blinken has refused to provide the Dissent Cable and his response to the cable, forcing me to issue my first subpoena as chairman of this committee.”

Taliban shows off seized US military equipment: ‘Disturbing’

Rep. Morgan Luttrell, R-Texas, reacts to photos released by the Taliban of U.S. military equipment seized following the Afghanistan withdrawal as House Republicans continue the search for answers on the botched evacuation.

Tennessee Dem Hammers GOP Colleagues For Offering ‘Sympathy’ But Not Backing Gun Control

Alan Dershowitz Breaks Down What Americans Need to Know About What’s Happening in Israel

Ramaswamy Calls for Gender Dysphoria to Be Treated as Mental Illness

He also pledged to put “armed marshals in every school” if elected president, following the horrific shooting at a Nashville, Tennessee, Christian school on Monday.

“The real question is why this psychopath in Nashville was able to get into the school in the first place,” Ramswmay said in a release shared via email.

“We protect green pieces of paper in a bank with more armed guards than we do our kids in schools,” he said. “We pay for Thousands Standing Around (TSA) in our airports. There’s more security at a random mall than in a public school.”

“We spend $80 billion per year through the U.S. Dept of Education that helps fund radical gender and racial ideology to create psychopaths, yet don’t protect kids in our schools from being killed by them. That’s wrong,” the presidential candidate continued.

Ramswamy said that those who identify as the opposite sex, “more often than not,” are exhibiting  “a sign and a symptom that they are suffering from a mental illness.”

Exclusive – Vivek Ramaswamy: Slash Federal Reserve by 90 Percent, Use Growth to ‘Unleash America’

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Ramaswamy spoke to Breitbart News as the banking crisis continues to unfold, leaving many to wonder how America can get out of this situation.

As the world becomes increasingly engulfed in economic turmoil, Ramaswamy said he remains the only presidential candidate that has highlighted the Fed’s deep flaws that have led to the current economic uncertainty.

The American entrepreneur said that reforming the Federal Reserve — or slashing 22,000 employees at the Fed and severely narrowing the Fed’s duties — will help prevent future banking crises like the one America is currently experiencing.

He said the Federal Reserve has wrongly tried to play “God” by trying to hit two targets with one arrow by tackling both unemployment and inflation, describing it as a “disastrous” 25-year experiment. He said that the Fed should solely focus on stabilizing the American dollar than tackle too many economic issues at the same time.

Report: Rob Walker Who Shelled Out Family China Payouts Visited White House 16 Times While Joe Biden Was VP

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White House visitor logs show Walker visited the White House 16 times in seven years: “twice in 2009, five times in 2011, four times in 2012, twice in 2013, and once in 2014, 2015 and 2016,” Fox News reported.

The logs reportedly show that two of the visits had no reason for the visits listed, while seven others were listed as tours of the White House grounds. The other visits were related to White house events.

At least seven times President Joe Biden or his communications team have denied outright and deflected questions about involvement in the Biden family business. Yet more than at least 17 instances show that Joe Biden was involved in the business.

Walker, who was a top aide to then-second lady Jill Biden and later described himself in 2017 as someone who “generally [has] been acting as a surrogate for H[unter] around the country and abroad pursuing opportunities,” received a $3 million wire transfer and subsequent payments from a Chinese energy company between 2015 and 2017, House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) revealed from retrieved bank records in March.

Rep. Cory Mills wants TikTok ‘banned,’ ‘out of the US’

Rep. Cory Mills, R-Fla., argues the U.S. needs to take a more ‘aggressive’ approach against China’s data harvesting efforts.

Tucker: This would give the government terrifying power

Fox News host Tucker Carlson gives his take on legislation to ban TikTok and explains a hidden agenda in the bill on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

Tucker: Never thought we’d be in this position

Glenn Greenwald, host of ‘System Update’ on Rumble, gives his take on if the U.S. should ban the social media giant over national security fears on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’