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Jan. 6 committee releases Social Security numbers of Trump officials and allies: report

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 (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

When the House Jan. 6 committee released hundreds of documents from its investigation online at the end of the year, it inadvertently made public nearly 2,000 Social Security numbers belonging to high-profile individuals who visited the White House in December 2020, according to a report.

The Washington Post reported Friday that the leaked Social Security information was included in a spreadsheet buried within the “massive cache” of records from the committee’s work.

Social Security numbers belonging to at least three members of Trump’s cabinet, a few Republican governors, and several Trump associates were reportedly compromised. The data was part of the White House visitor logs published by the committee.

While many Social Security numbers in the logs were redacted, the Post reported that around 1,900 of them were not.

The Government Publishing Office (GPO), which was responsible for publishing the file, does not appear to have notified any of the individuals whose private information was released, the report said. 

Staff member shot at Virginia elementary school, spokeswoman confirms

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — A staff member at Richneck Elementary School was shot by a student Friday afternoon, a Newport News school board member confirmed.

Michelle Price, a spokeswoman with Newport News Public Schools, also confirmed a staff member was hurt in a shooting. We don’t know how serious the employee’s injuries are.

The police department said an adult was taken to a hospital, but no students were hurt in the shooting.

A few minutes before 3 p.m., a spokesperson for Newport News police said there was “no longer an active shooter” at the building on Tyner Drive.

Report: Democrat, Republican Lawmakers Beat Terrible Stock Market in 2022

Despite the stock market having one of the worst years since 2008, lawmakers were able to avoid huge losses in 2022. While the total value of stocks traded shrunk, some politicians, such as far-left Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), made more than 5,700 trades in 2022, the report shows.

In 2022, the S&P 500 was down 18 percent. Yet on average, Republicans collectivity beat the market by 0.4 percent, while Democrats were only down -1.76 percent.

“House Republicans disclosed 1000+ less trades in 2022 compared to the year before. While House Democrats disclosed 1,000+ more trades in 2022 compared to 2021,” the analysis found.

The second and third highest volume traders were two House Republicans: Republican leader on Foreign Affairs Committee Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) with over 1,600 transactions totaling $176 million, and House Homeland Security member Rep. Diana Harshbarger (R-TN) with over 1,000 transactions totaling $21 million.

Among the lawmakers who individually performed the best were Reps. Patrick Fallon (R-TX), Debbie Schultz (D-FL), Susie Lee (D-NV), David Joyce (R-OH), and Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI).

Jacksonville Police Officers Shoot Murder Suspect After He Tries To Flee

O’Neal was identified as the shooter and murder suspect. In the surveillance video you can see O’Neal drive into the hotel parking lot and park directly next to a silver SUV.

Then O’Neal exits from the driver’s seat of his vehicle and immediately approaches the front passenger seat of the adjacent parked vehicle. Violently, he pulls a young woman from that seat and forces her behind his car.

O’Neal can be seen carrying a handgun in his right hand. The woman is unarmed. Within seconds, O’Neal shoots her multiple times at close range and kills her.

Man Gets Shot After Pointing Replica Gun at Police Officer in Bath Township, Michigan

The officer said to drop the gun and the man yelled back obscenities while pointing the gun in the direction of his mother and the officer. When the man did not drop the weapon, the officer fired 10 shots at him, hitting him multiple times

GRAMMY-WINNER Who Held Family Hostage FATALLY SHOT by Nashville SWAT Team

Four-time Grammy award-winning recording engineer Mark Capps held his wife and stepdaughter hostage with a pistol until he fell asleep, allowing them to escape with their pets.

Rumble CEO says Big Tech censorship goes beyond Twitter

Ashli Babbitt’s mom arrested for jaywalking!

US to send $3.75B in military aid to Ukraine, its neighbors

(AP Photo/Baderkhan Ahmad, File)
(AP Photo/Baderkhan Ahmad, File)

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House announced Friday a new $3.75 billion military assistance package to help Ukraine and its neighbors on NATO’s eastern flank as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine grinds on.

The latest tranche of assistance will include for the first time Bradley armored vehicles for Ukraine. The armored carrier is used to transport troops to combat and is known as a “tank-killer” because of the anti-tank missile it can fire.

The biggest U.S. assistance package to date for Kyiv includes a $2.85 billion drawdown from the Pentagon’s stocks that will be sent directly to Ukraine and $225 million in foreign military financing to build the long-term capacity and support modernization of Ukraine’s military, according to the White House.

It also includes $682 million in foreign military financing for European allies to help backfill donations of military equipment they’ve made to Ukraine.


Matt Le Tissier: Athlete Collapses, Deaths “Through the Roof”

In this interview with The New American, soccer legend and sports commentator Matt Le Tissier of the United Kingdom offers his perspective on the pressing issue.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” said Mr. Le Tissier, who was a professional soccer player for 17 years and spent most of his career in sports, describing an “astronomical” rise in athletic deaths in 2021 and 2022.

The most probable explanation for this is a massive rollout of experimental Covid shots that are proven to cause cardiac issues, particularly in young men, he argued. 

“Doctors Are Afraid to Speak Out” – Bill Maher Slams Liberals for COVID Fearmongering

Why we Must Abolish the FBI, Dr. Ron Paul

World News:

Neil Oliver ‘…watch out you’re being blindsided..’

‘…no one should be above the law’

Demographic Decline: More Deaths than Births Recorded in The Netherlands in First Since Records Began

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Sepia Times/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

In a stunning example of Western demographic decline, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of The Netherlands reported that last year the birth rate fell below the death rate, with 168,000 babies born compared to 169,000 deaths.

The number of births declined by 11,000 over the previous year, putting the rate of 1.49 children per woman on par with historically low birth rates in the 1980s.

The official statistician agency noted that this was the first time deaths have outpaced births since records began in 1900 and that even during World War II there were still more babies born than deaths.

The CBS suggested that the Chinese coronavirus likely played some role, however, that did not explain the full story.

Nevertheless, the population of the country still increased as a result of mass migration, with some 402,000 immigrants settling in The Netherlands last year, an increase of 150,000 over 2021. The increase was in large part a result of the war in Ukraine, with 89,000 Ukrainians being registered as fleeing to the country this year.

Tragedy Strikes: Covid-19 Vaccine linked to 630% increase in Excess Deaths among Children in Europe

EuroMOMO, a European mortality monitoring organization, has reported a shocking increase in excess deaths among children aged 0 to 14 in Europe.

In the first 21 weeks of 2021, there were 408 fewer deaths among children than expected and 607 fewer deaths than the 2018-2020 average in Europe, according to data from EuroMOMO.

However, excess deaths among children aged 0 to 14 spiked following the European Medicines Agency’s approval of the Covid-19 vaccine for 12 to 15-year-olds in week 22, as seen in the chart from EuroMOMO’s website.

Excess deaths among children in Europe surged 554% in 2021 following the European Medicines Agency’s approval of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for children, according to data from EuroMOMO.

The organization’s data shows that in the same period in 2021, there were 682 more deaths among children than expected and 578 more deaths than the 2017-2020 average.

Christian graves desecrated in historic Jerusalem cemetery | Wake Up America

On Friday’s “Wake Up America,” two teenage suspects were arrested for desecrating Christian graves in an historic Jerusalem cemetery. NEWSMAX’s Daniel Cohen has the details.

Sheila Gunn Reid: ‘The NDP party apparatus is simply the Socialist Caucus of the Liberal Party’

Last night on the Ezra Levant Show, guest host Sheila Gunn Reid spoke about NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and the NDP’s relationship with Trudeau’s Liberals.


Congress Is Broken—This Speakership Battle Could Change That, with Justin Amash | SYSTEM UPDATE

Twitter, FBI and the Deep State


On Friday, the House of Representatives kicked off a fourth day of voting for a new Speaker of the House, right on the heels of 11 consecutive failed attempts to elect House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.

Newt Gingrich, former House Speaker and representative from the state of Georgia, weighed in on the prolonged process in D.C. on Wednesday during an interview on Fox News with Laura Ingraham.

Per the Washington Examiner, Gingrich called the negotiations among House Republicans who oppose and support McCarthy’s potential speakership a part of America’s “freedom.”

He said, “Most of the things they want are relatively reasonable. And that’s part of the legislative process. It’s really hard to explain to Putin or Xi Jinping or Kim Jong Un what’s going on. This is freedom. And freedom is messy and sloppy and also remarkable — remarkably creative. We’ll get there, and we’ll have a speaker.”

We Are Winning, Hold The Line (Ep. 1923) – The Dan Bongino Show

We are winning. Major concessions are being made that will empower conservatives, while restraining the swamp.

In this episode, I address the breaking news. I also address the shocking Biden amnesty plan. 

Tucker: What is going on here?

Fox News host Tucker Carlson gives his take on why Rep. Kevin McCarthy is having a difficult time securing the House speakership on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

Hemingway: Calm Down, This Is What Democracy Looks Like

“We have seen so many people talk about how chaotic and embarrassing [the speaker of the House vote] is.

I think a lot of this is about just democracy in action,” said Federalist Editor-in-Chief Mollie Hemingway on Fox News’ “Special Report.”

“We are seeing people going down and voting and debating. This is generally a good thing […] People, I think, need to just calm down and let this happen.”