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‘#AmericaLast is SO on-brand for this admin’: Illegal migrants at the border getting ‘pallets’ of hard-to-find baby formula (photos)
Posted at 1:01 pm on May 12, 2022 by Sam Janney

Huh, this MIGHT be why it’s so hard to find baby formula.

We see a lot of baby formula on the shelf in the picture on the Left … not so much in the picture on the Right. Hrm.



From The Washington Examiner:

The nationwide shortage of baby formula that has sent mothers desperately rushing from store to store has evaded one lucky group: illegal immigrants detained by Border Patrol.

According to videos posted by a Florida lawmaker, the Biden administration has been shipping “pallets” of baby formula to migrant holding facilities.

“They are sending pallets, pallets of baby formula to the border,” said Republican Rep. Kat Cammack in one of two online postings yesterday. “Meanwhile, in our own district at home, we cannot find baby formula,” she added, holding a photo of empty shelves where the formula would be.

America Last really is so on-brand for this admin.



Sort of like how we should all be grateful to pay more for gas because that’s our way of fighting evil Putin and stuff.

This admin …



Seriously.

Maybe we should quit this admin and see if we can get a better deal if we apply as first-time customers?



Sad.

Infuriating.

Accurate.



Incompetent also works.
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Biden Admin Launches Investigation into Elon Musk over Twitter Purchase
Frank Bergman May 12, 2022

Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration has launched an investigation into Elon Musk over the dealings surrounding his purchase of Twitter.

Biden’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is investigating Musk after he secured a deal to buy the social media company for $44 billion.

According to a new report in the Wall Street Journal, the SEC is probing the paperwork filed by Musk while he was putting his deal into place.

“The Securities and Exchange Commission is probing Mr. Musk’s tardy submission of a public form that investors must file when they buy more than 5% of a company’s shares,” The WSJ reports.

“The disclosure functions as an early sign to shareholders and companies that a significant investor could seek to control or influence a company.”

The report said that Musk’s April 4 disclosure filing was at least 10 days late, a move that is believed to have saved him more than $140 million because share prices could have been higher if the public knew about his ownership of 5% of the company.

“The case is easy. It’s straightforward,” Daniel Taylor, a University of Pennsylvania accounting professor, said.

“But whether they’re going to pick that battle with Elon is another question.”

The report noted that a lawsuit against Musk from the SEC would likely not stop him from taking over Twitter since the company’s board of directors unanimously approved to be acquired by Musk and the SEC may lack the power to do so.

Musk’s purchase of Twitter is also reportedly being reviewed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

The news has emerged almost immediately after Musk said this week that he will reverse Twitter’s permanent ban on President Donald Trump if and when the sale is finalized.

“I think that was a mistake because it alienated a large part of the county, and did not ultimately result in Donald Trump not having a voice,” Musk said, adding that the decision was “morally bad.”

“That doesn’t mean that someone gets to say whatever they want to say,” Musk said.

“If they say something that is illegal or destructive to the world, then there should be perhaps a timeout, temporary suspension, or that particular tweet should be made invisible or have very little traction.”

“I would reverse the permanent ban,” Musk added.

Musk indicated that action could be taken against an account if there were tweets that violated platform policy, which he said, “should be either deleted or made invisible, and a suspension—a temporary suspension—is appropriate, but not a permanent ban.”

Musk said that permanent bans “should be extremely rare and really reserved for accounts that are bots, or scam, spam accounts.”

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It's on the internet... Must be true.

All those random tweets from random people.... Must be true and they must represent what we all feel.

Random people tweeting.... Must be news.


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Originally Posted by mgh888
It's on the internet... Must be true.

All those random tweets from random people.... Must be true and they must represent what we all feel.

Random people tweeting.... Must be news.


While I agree with you I noticed you never say anything to OCD when he does it. Quoting just about anyone from Twitter when it comes to opinions is silly.


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I've told OCD plenty of times when i thought he was posting crap. I've missed it if he's posting random tweets as if it's news.... I did see a string of MSNBC clips on Jan 6th thread and I was going to say something but then I watched one with Ari and it was valid.


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Originally Posted by mgh888
I've told OCD plenty of times when i thought he was posting crap. I've missed it if he's posting random tweets as if it's news.... I did see a string of MSNBC clips on Jan 6th thread and I was going to say something but then I watched one with Ari and it was valid.

I try to post on topic and mostly decent reports. Once in a while I post a rando if they say something super on point or funny. Not very often.

But I refuse to be the excuse for the garbage spam that Super posts. Lunatic sources for lunatic news. But it's good he post all this crazy crap, because it gives us insight into what THEY are talking about off in the dark corners of the web. We don't get invited to those cocaine driven sex parties, so we have to keep up however we can. wink

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Well, you are known for posting crap, like telling us how well Big Government Socialism will work for America.

HA!

Never seen such a mess that even Jimmy Carter be shaking his head!

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Oh I wouldn't go there after being an insurrectionist... it doesn't get any more extremist or messier than that. You need a little socialism in your life... I saw you say show me the money in the SS handout thread.

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House Majority Leader Declares We Are at War With Russia
By J.D. Rucker • May. 13, 2022

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is senile, irresponsible, or a combination of the two. He said today on the House floor that we’re currently at war with Russia while defending Joe Biden. Apparently, nobody else got that memo.

“I know there’s a lot of politics here, but we’re at war,” he said.

As Glenn Greenwald noted:

If there's a bigger story than the 82-year-old senior House Democrat, now in his 20th term in Congress, today announcing that the US is at war with Russia, I'd like to know what it is?



— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) May 13, 2022

He’s not the only one positioning the United States to enter the Ukraine-Russia regional conflict. On Jen “Circle Back” Psaki’s last day as White House Press Secretary, she had some thoughts on Russia as well.

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“The American people also deserve a lot of gratitude for their sacrifices in their support of this war,” she said.

NOW – Psaki: "The American people also deserve a lot of gratitude for their sacrifices in their support of this war."



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Democrats and warmonger RINOs like Dan Crenshaw are pushing us towards war with Russia. The Military Industrial Complex approves. The women who can’t find baby formula have different priorities.

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Biden asks states to use federal money for more cops, mental health programs to fight crime

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/05/13/bid...ntal-health-programs-to-fight-crime.html

Did "Defund The Police" Democrats have a change of heart or did Joe just forget again?

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Joe never supported defunding the police. More white noise.


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I never said he did. I said the Democrats.

You, like him, have trouble with comprehension don't you?

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"The president asked local leaders to deploy leftover money from the American Rescue Plan, the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion Covid-19 stimulus law, to help communities fight crime during the summer months."


How is there "leftover money", and how is it ok to not use it for its intended purpose? This runs counter to pretty much EVERY law on government funding, doesn't it??


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Surprising there is leftover money.

But governments knew a good thing when they saw it.

State and local politicians saw an opportunity to use billions of federal tax dollars to pay for pet projects they had been promising voters for years, completely unrelated to COVID.

The only thing truly leftover is the inflation it caused.

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GOPers can't make up their minds! First they are mad about defund the police because Dems said it first, now they are mad at fund the police because a Dem POTUS said it. You can't make this crap up.

AND

Did these people pay any attention at all to the way Trump acted or the things he said while in office? They are losing their collective minds over Joe showing his age and his gaffs, which he has ALWAYS had. Yet, when I compare him to Trump and all the outright despicable crap he did, crickets... It's almost like they have double standards. rolleyes

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Video: Black Native African Forced to Stand in Back of WH Briefing Room Heckles Psaki on Her Final Day
By Michael Austin May 13, 2022 at 3:23pm

Jen Psaki’s final day as White House press secretary was an unmitigated disaster.

In one fell swoop, with one simple question shouted from across the news briefing room, the Biden administration’s credibility on “racial equity” and “anti-racism” was utterly torn asunder.

As Psaki was finishing up her final day — thanking the administration and White House reporters while fighting back tears — Simon Ateba, the chief White House correspondent for Today News Africa, shouted one damning question from the back of the room.

Psaki is well-known for only answering questions from reporters sitting in the first two rows of the briefing room. Various establishment outlets — hand-selected by the White House Correspondents’ Association — are included on the White House press room seating chart.

Reporters from outlets such as Fox News, CNN, NPR and The New York Times sit in the first few rows. Reporters from organizations not on the approved list are forced to stand in the back of the room and are often not called on for questions.

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“Why don’t you take questions from across the room?” Ateba asked on Friday. “Why don’t you take questions from across the room? Because that’s not what you’ve been able to do for the past 15 months.”



Psaki completely ignored Ateba.

Minutes later, he shouted again.

“Jen, can I ask you a question from the back?” Ateba said. “Jen, can I ask you a question from the back?”




Both Psaki and NPR’s Tamara Keith later urged Ateba to remain silent, according to the New York Post.

“Simon, if you can respect your colleagues and other media and reporters in here, that would be greatly appreciated,” Psaki said.

Strange, I thought this — a white woman silencing a black man — was considered an act of racist aggression?

Then again, I guess in the eyes of social justice warriors it’s OK as long as that black man doesn’t toe the Democratic Party line.

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Ateba has never been one to do so, so it’s no surprise that the Biden administration has attempted to silence him.

Back in December, Ateba got into an argument with Psaki over the Biden administration’s sweeping travel ban, later telling Fox News that if former President Donald Trump had instituted such a ban, he would have been labeled a racist.

Time and time again, the Biden administration has touted its goal of racial “equity” — also known as equality of outcomes, the antithesis of meritocracy and actual equality of opportunity — wherein minority groups are prioritized and given special advantages based solely on the color of their skin.

But that isn’t quite what the Biden administration, BLM-style activists and the modern Democratic Party stand for.

To them, “equity” is only acceptable if the beneficiaries fall in line with a big-government agenda.

In other words, to them, the only black lives that matter are the ones they agree with.

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Yeah those GOPer radical journalists are so disrespectful to the press Secretary. But Biden won't stop the press conferences like the orange feller did, so she must tolerate douchebags like Doocey. But at least you can look at her in the eye without scaring yourself, and trust she's giving it to you as straight as she can. She's a very matter of fact woman.







I'm dying at the heads those word will cause to explode. I don't trust much of anything any of they say either. I need as much real evidence as I can see. Much easier to be a GOPer and just run on feelings and emotions to peddle in fear and hate.

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Abbott torches Jen Psaki in an 11-tweet thread after she allegedly falsely accused the company of killing two infants
Posted at 5:37 pm on May 13, 2022 by Greg P.

Abbott, the company at the center of the ongoing baby formula shortage caused by the FDA shutdown of its plant in Sturgis, Mich., took to Twitter on Friday after Jen Psaki allegedly falsely accused the company of killing two infants.

The TL;DR version? The company says there is nothing linking them to the infant deaths and the “formula from this plant did not cause these infant illnesses.”

Now, for the must-read 11-tweet thread torching the outgoing press secretary on her last day on the job:

“At the White House press conference today, the Press Secretary mistakenly said that our formulas were tainted and killed two infants. The deaths of these infants are a tragedy.”



“The facts, however, are critical: A comprehensive investigation by Abbott, FDA and CDC found no evidence that our formulas caused infant illnesses. Specifically… [2/11]”



“CDC concluded its investigation with no findings of a link between our formulas and infant illnesses.

We conduct microbiological testing on products prior to distribution and no Abbott formula distributed to consumers tested positive for Cronobacter or Salmonella. [3/11]”



“All retained product tested by Abbott and the FDA during the inspection of the facility came back negative for Cronobacter and/or Salmonella. No Salmonella was found at the Sturgis facility. [4/11]”



“The Cronobacter sakazakii that was found in environmental testing during the investigation was in non-product contact areas of the facility and has not been linked to any known infant illness. [5/11]”



“Genetic sequencing on the two available samples from ill infants did not match strains of Cronobacter in our plant. Samples from ill infants did not match each other, meaning there was no connection between the two cases. [6/11]”



“In all four cases, the state, FDA, and/or CDC tested samples of the Abbott formula that was used by the child. In all four cases, all unopened containers tested negative. [7/11]”



“Open containers from the homes of the infants were also tested in three of the four cases; two of the three tested negative. The one positive was from an open container from the home of the infant, and it tested positive for two different strains of Cronobacter sakazakii… [8/11]”



“…one of which matched the strain that caused the infant’s infection, and the other matched a strain found on a bottle of distilled water in the home used to mix the formula. Again, neither strain matched strains found in our plant. [9/11]”




“The infants consumed four different types of our formula made over the course of nearly a year and the illnesses took place over several months in three different states. [10/11]”



“The formula from this plant did not cause these infant illnesses. [11/11]”



Over to you, FDA. Why is this plant still closed?

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Yeah, I would trust the words of one of only four formula manufacturers over the government's word. I mean those megacorps got ZERO SKIN IN THE GAME huh? They would never mislead or coverup in the name of profits! OMG, imagine if a big ass industry like big tobacco were to lie about health issues or people dying in the name of bigger profits or survival... then where would we be? Wake up. The truth is in the middle. Kids got sick, the formula was the common denominator. Bad enough they (Abbott and or authorities) wouldn't ship it and CAUSED the shortage... NOT LIKE the handful of immigrant babies on the border.

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Yeah, I would trust the words of one of only four formula manufacturers over the government's word. I mean those megacorps got ZERO SKIN IN THE GAME huh? They would never mislead or coverup in the name of profits! OMG, imagine if a big ass industry like big tobacco were to lie about health issues or people dying in the name of bigger profits or survival... then where would we be? Wake up. The truth is in the middle. Kids got sick, the formula was the common denominator. Bad enough they (Abbott and or authorities) wouldn't ship it and CAUSED the shortage... NOT LIKE the handful of immigrant babies on the border.
Uh... The FDA and CDC stated the exact same thing. Does "science" only matter when it's convenient to your argument?


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Yeah, I would trust the words of one of only four formula manufacturers over the government's word. I mean those megacorps got ZERO SKIN IN THE GAME huh? They would never mislead or coverup in the name of profits! OMG, imagine if a big ass industry like big tobacco were to lie about health issues or people dying in the name of bigger profits or survival... then where would we be? Wake up. The truth is in the middle. Kids got sick, the formula was the common denominator. Bad enough they (Abbott and or authorities) wouldn't ship it and CAUSED the shortage... NOT LIKE the handful of immigrant babies on the border.
Uh... The FDA and CDC stated the exact same thing. Does "science" only matter when it's convenient to your argument?

No. Party is all that matters to him.

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Did "Defund The Police" Democrats have a change of heart or did Joe just forget again?

I'm not the one having the problem here. Maybe you need to look up the meaning of obtuse.


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Amid the baby formula shortage,
SC mom goes viral for post about 'frantic' dad at the grocery store

Mom Sara Owens is pleading for fixes to what 'shouldn't happen in America'

Like many other parents of young children across America right now, mom Sara Owens of Florence County, South Carolina, is worried about whether or not she'll have enough baby formula to feed her six-month-old daughter, Naomi Reece.

Given the current shortage of formula In many parts of the country, Owens is also worried about other parents and families who are in the same predicament — and she's upset at the situation overall.

"My experience with the formula shortage has become a daily concern."
https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/baby-formula-shortage-sc-mom-viral-dad-store


Where is Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg?
He is responsible for getting vital items to the people in need.

I know he and his husband have 2 children, where are they getting formula?
Despite what the Woke folks say, no way are they breast feeding those kids!

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From your New York Times...

Tucker Carlson reports the NY Times is committing fraud to keep subscribers. He brings receipts.
May 14, 2022 | Kevin Haggerty

Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been upfront about his low opinion on the caliber of reporting at The New York Times, but Friday he presented new findings on the outlet that suggest they’ve moved beyond biased journalism, and he alleged the newspaper “is committing fraud.”

During the latest episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the host explained that a member of his production team had signed up for the Times’ monthly subscription nearly a year ago. When the monthly fee increased to $17 the decision was made to cancel the subscription and a representative for the Times told them in April the requested cancelation would go through.

In May, the bill came through again anyway, and after a second call to cancel the subscription, they were billed yet again for the month of May. “So, we called the Times to find out what’s going on. Within minutes, the customer service reps of The New York Times confessed that the company is committing fraud. That’s not an overstatement. It’s what happened.”

“The reason that it was not canceled,” the representative stated, “it was rejected in the system due to an in progress transaction attempt.”

She went on further and noted, “Now, it looks like again, someone tried to cancel it…They got the exact same system response. System was still trying to process the transaction.”

“Oh, so the system won’t let you cancel your Times subscription even if you don’t want it,” Carlson explained. “Our requests were rejected on two separate occasions a month apart. Now, according to the newspaper the system simply wouldn’t allow it either time.”

Naturally, the next recourse was to seek a refund for the bills after the request for cancelation had been submitted. However, that effort was stymied by “the system” as well, as the representative laid out:

“Now as for the refund of those two transactions you were trying to avoid, it does not look like that those were processed at all. So, I’m going to have to do that for you now, which shouldn’t be a problem. Right? ‘Billing event is being processed.’ Why is there another event being processed? That doesn’t make any sense.”

“It doesn’t make sense,” Carlson contended, “unless you’re The New York Times and you’re trying to rip off your customers which is the only way you can stay in business because you’re so bad no normal person would ever pay to read you.”



The Fox News host has been openly critical of the Times, especially considering the hit jobs they’ve attempted on him, and he questioned who would still be subscribing.

“The New York Times has been getting much worse for years, when [President Donald] Trump got elected it became unreadable, and now it’s just essentially a parody site. It’s like the Babylon Bee but with no self-awareness and yet, their subscriber numbers aren’t going down even though no human being could read The New York Times and take it seriously, you really have to be in a coma. So is everybody subscribing to The New York Times in a coma?” Carlson asked.

According to the representative, “The system needs to work, this is not ok. People have definitely been charged after cancelation.”

That revelation prompted Carlson to caution viewers who may have once had subscriptions to the Times to check their bank statements and verify that they are no longer being charged, “There’s a pretty good chance The New York Times is still taking your money. So again, that’s fraud and we hope it’s rectified.”

It is unknown how extensive these “system” errors are regarding failed refunds and cancelations, but the host had one evocative question on the matter, “Class action lawsuit, anyone?”

https://www.bizpacreview.com/2022/0...-subscribers-he-brings-receipts-1237788/


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One lie that hides an enormous conspiracy: Inside the trial that exposes Clinton’s plot to slander Trump
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May 13, 2022 7:08pm Updated

Special Counsel John Durham appears to have methodically built a case of historic consequence. It’s just not the case he has brought against bigshot Democratic Party lawyer Michael Sussmann.

Jury selection begins in Sussmann’s trial on Monday, in Washington, DC. It will be the first trial to arise out of the Russiagate probe, which began over three years ago. That’s when former Trump Attorney General Bill Barr assigned Durham, a longtime Justice Department prosecutor from Connecticut, to investigate how, in the middle of a heated presidential campaign and based upon scant evidence, the FBI came to suspect one of the candidates of being a clandestine agent of the Kremlin — to the point of opening counterintelligence and criminal investigations targeting Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

According to court filings in the Sussmann case, Durham has fingered the Hillary Clinton campaign as the culprit. The problem is that Durham has not charged that fraudulent scheme. Yet, he wants to offer evidence of the sweeping scheme in order to prove a comparatively minor and narrow offense — namely, that Sussmann lied to the FBI at a single meeting, on September 19, 2016.

Durham theorizes that the Clinton campaign concocted a political smear that Trump was a Putin puppet, then peddled the tale to a compliant media and to the FBI. This would enable Clinton to tout the “evidence” of corrupt Trump-Russia ties as so serious that the Feds were investigating.

Durham contends that the Clinton campaign left most of the scandal-mongering to its lawyers. Thus did Sussmann become central to the scheme, as did his law partner, Marc Elias. (Both attorneys have since left their white shoe international law firm, Perkins-Coie.) The deployment of lawyers in their schemes and scandals is a time-tested Clinton modus operandi, enabling them to claim attorney-client privilege to cover their tracks when controversy erupts and investigators start snooping around — a frequent occurrence over the last 30 years.

Here, as we’ll see, there is delicious irony in the attorney-client gambit. The Clinton campaign is now claiming privilege in a desperate effort to block Durham from examining its communications with Sussmann and others. Yet Sussmann is on trial for allegedly telling the FBI, falsely, that he was not representing the Clinton campaign when he urged the Bureau to investigate Trump — insisting that the Republican nominee had established a secret back channel for communications with Vladimir Putin, through servers at Alfa Bank, an important Russian financial institution.

In short, Durham portrays the Clinton campaign as guilty of perhaps the worst dirty trick in the history of American presidential elections: a conspiracy to defraud the government into probing her opponent, the better to slander Trump, in the electorate’s eye, as a nefarious threat to the United States.

But, again, Durham has not charged anyone — not Hillary Clinton, her campaign, or any of its operatives — for such a sensational crime. This sets up the central dynamic of the trial: How much of evidence of the big, uncharged fraud scheme will the judge, Obama-appointee Christopher Cooper, permit Durham to introduce as proof of why Sussmann allegedly lied to the FBI?

Durham describes the fraud scheme as the “joint venture” involving the Clinton campaign, its lawyers, a group of Internet researchers, and the so-called “information” firm Fusion GPS.


Prosecutors say the Clinton campaign acted through Elias, the notoriously plugged-in Democrat who served as top counsel for the campaign and the DNC, and Sussmann, a former top Justice Department cyber-security lawyer, who represented the DNC when its servers were allegedly hacked by Russia.

Sussmann had an important tech client, Neustar, and thus represented one of its top executives, Rodney Joffe. A Clinton supporter who expected to land a top government cybersecurity gig if Hillary were elected, Joffe networked with a group of Internet researchers at other tech companies and Georgia Tech University. Because of various contractual arrangements, including with the government, the researchers had privileged access to Internet data, including “Domain Name System” (DNS) records that essentially show when servers and email addresses contact each other.

In spring, 2016, one of the researchers, April Lorenzen, alerted Joffe that she interpreted DNS data to indicate that Trump could be communicating with Putin’s regime — essentially, servers at Alfa Bank were being pinged from a domain the Internet researchers associated with the Trump organization.

The prospect excited Joffe, who tasked the array of researchers to use their access, not for its intended business and security purposes, but to do partisan “oppo” (opposition research), targeting communications patterns of Donald Trump and his associates. Joffe shared what he was doing with Sussmann and Elias, who are said to have encouraged and consulted with him.

Of course, there was a lot more to the Trump-Russia “collusion” farce. Sussmann’s trial is where Durham would like to connect the dots.

Elias had retained Fusion GPS (the Clintons’ go-to “oppo” guys) to search for dirt tying Trump to Russia. Fusion co-founder Glenn Simpson thus recruited former British spy Christopher Steele, and together they crafted the “Steele dossier” — an embarrassingly slipshod compilation of rumor, innuendo, and flat-out fiction that Steele whipped into a set of faux private “intelligence reports.”


Steele’s main source for the disinformation was his associate Igor Danchenko — a former Brookings Institute scholar whom the FBI had previously investigated on suspicion that he was, yes, a Russian spy.

Interestingly, Danchenko is the defendant in the other false-statements case Durham expects to try later this year. He is accused of lying to the FBI about his sources of information for the dossier.

Durham wants to use the dossier angle to show the sinister nature of the Clinton campaign scheme.

Late in the campaign, Sussmann met with Simpson and Steele. This put Steele onto the Alfa Bank tale. He wrote it up as if it were explosive intelligence. It was incorporated into the dossier. Without verifying Steele’s claims, which Danchenko would later concede were nonsense, the FBI swore to them in foreign intelligence surveillance applications, claiming the Trump campaign was in cahoots with Putin.


Consequently, the secret federal FISA court issued spy warrants. For nearly a year, well into Trump’s first year in office, the Bureau monitored Carter Page, a former Trump campaign adviser.

Durham says he will prove that the researchers realized that the Alfa Bank theory was a dry hole. Yet Joffe encouraged them, indicating that the back channel story didn’t need to be proven as long as it appeared to be plausible enough to suggest a possible Trump-Russia connection. With the lawyers coordinating, Fusion took the lead in peddling the Alfa Bank claims to the media. To draw the FBI in, Sussmann would be dispatched.

Now, let’s say you wanted to report a crime to the FBI. You, mere mortal, would have to speak to the agent on duty. But that’s not how it works in Washington — not if you’re a hotshot, politically-connected, former government official like Sussmann.

Naturally, he had the cellphone number for his former Justice Department colleague, Jim Baker, who was now the Bureau’s general counsel — its top lawyer, and a key adviser to FBI Director Jim Comey and Deputy Director Andy McCabe. On Sunday night, September 18, Sussmann texted Baker, stating:


Jim — it’s Michael Sussmann. I have something time-sensitive (and sensitive) I need to discuss. Do you have availability for a short meeting tomorrow? I’m coming on my own — not on behalf of a client or company — want to help the Bureau. Thanks. [Emphasis added.]

That is the alleged lie, which Sussmann is said to have repeated when the obliging Baker gave him a meeting at FBI headquarters the very next day. There, Sussmann presented him with data packages curated by Joffe, imploring the FBI to investigate the supposedly suspicious Trump-Russia connection.

Sussmann realized, Durham contends, that if he had told Baker he was working for the Clinton campaign and Joffe, the Bureau would instantly have understood the partisan political nature of the gambit. Maybe he wouldn’t have gotten in Baker’s door, and certainly the FBI would have evaluated the data very differently.

In essence, Sussmann traded on his credentials as a former national-security lawyer, just patriotically trying to protect America. Convinced of Sussmann’s good faith, the FBI opened an investigation of Trump’s supposed Alfa Bank pipeline to Putin.


With that accomplished, the campaign spun into high gear. About a week before the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton and Jake Sullivan (a top campaign aide and now President Biden’s national security advisor) posted a series of tweets, decrying Trump’s supposedly corrupt ties to Putin, particularly their secret back channel, and crowing that it was now incumbent on the government to investigate.

As it happens, the FBI did investigate. Agents learned that the domain Sussmann and the researchers had associated with Trump was not owned or operated by him or his real estate organization; it was run by a mass-marketer who had obvious reasons to be contacting international business travelers. In short order, the Bureau concluded there was no basis for further investigation.

Durham reports that the CIA went further when Sussmann tried to interest them in an updated data package in February 2017. The Agency rejected the information as not “technically plausible,” unable to “withstand technical scrutiny,” rife with “gaps,” internally contradictory, and “user created and not machine/tool generated.”

The problem for Durham is that, because he hasn’t charged the big scheme, Judge Cooper is restricting what he can tell the jury about it. The CIA’s analysis is out of the case, as is proof that the data was grossly inaccurate — unless Sussmann makes the mistake of suggesting otherwise. The Clinton and Sullivan tweets are out — they happened weeks after Sussmann’s FBI meeting. And while Cooper has just compelled Fusion GPS to hand over some of its internal emails to prosecutors, the judge curiously ruled that Durham waited too long to seek them — they, too, are out of the case.

On the other hand, to the extent Sussmann directly participated in the scheme, the court is inclined to let Durham prove it — the consultations with Joffe, Elias, and Fusion. Durham will use law firm records to show Sussmann billed his time to the Clinton campaign, including when he visited the FBI and claimed he wasn’t there on a client’s behalf.

Durham will have enough evidence to prove the narrow crime he’s charged. The biggest challenge may be the jury in Trump-hostile Washington. Durham may be the government’s lawyer, but this will not be a home game for him.

Andrew C. McCarthy is a former federal prosecutor.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/13/inside-the-trial-that-exposes-clintons-plot-to-slander-trump/


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Matt Walsh Asks “What Is a Woman” and Progressive America Is Absolutely Stumped
By J.D. Rucker • May. 14, 2022

To call Matt Walsh from The Daily Wire a firebrand is to classify him with people who really don’t belong in his league. He has truly elevated himself on the controversial scale by doing things other conservative commentators generally won’t do. It comes down to effort. Many have made a statement by asking leftists to define the word “woman” with comical results, but only Walsh has gone so far as to make a documentary surrounding the question.

Here’s the trailer:

Coming June 1. My journey to find the answer to the great question of our time. You will not want to miss this film. #WhatIsAWoman



— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 14, 2022

It’s always a good sign when the tidbits revealed in a trailer are both entertaining and enlightening, and Walsh accomplished that here. He has gone further on Twitter with more details about the documentary, which ironically comes out on June 1, the first day of Pride Month.

Yes, a gender affirming therapist was ready to affirm me as a woman because I like scented candles. That’s one of the many real things that sound like parody documented in #WhatIsAWoman.

— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 14, 2022

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We released the #WhatIsAWoman trailer during the Women’s March and will premier the film on the first day of Pride Month. It’s kind of poetic when you think about it.

We’ve got some great stuff in the works for Pride Month. We’re just hijacking all of the Left’s events at this point. We won’t let them have any day to themselves.

— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 14, 2022

We need more of this. Truthful “right-wing” documentaries that expose the perverse reality of the radical left are in high demand. Set your calendar on June 1 to watch #WhatIsAWoman.

https://thelibertydaily.com/matt-wa...ogressive-america-is-absolutely-stumped/

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With the US Economy and Foreign Policy in Tatters, Pelosi’s New Capitol Caterer Delivers Booze Directly to Her Office
By Joe Hoft
Published May 14, 2022 at 9:30am

Nancy Pelosi has a history of ridiculous statements and positions. Now, with the US economy and foreign policy falling apart, she’s making it easier for lawmakers to access liquor at the US Capitol. Now Nancy and her comrades don’t have far to go to get their drinks.

The Daily Wire reports:

Members of the House of Representatives may now order beer, wine, and spirits and have them delivered directly to their offices, a new development that could help lubricate those late-night budget negotiations. The perk is courtesy of Capitol Hill’s new caterer, hospitality services giant Sodexo, and was first reported by Fox News Channel’s Chad Pergram.



Representative Austin Scott tweeted out about Pelosi’s new venture.



This is not a shocker for Pelosi. Pelosi reportedly spent over $100,000 on alcohol consumed on her flights overseas over a two-year period in the past. Judicial Watch reported:

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UltraMAGA! Scary!

First Pen Jaki lies and says that "Joey" came up with that all on his own.

Then the (real) more ridiculous story comes out...




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So you're saying there is no "ultra MAGA" crowd?


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Nope. Not at all. Just laughing (my ass OFF rofl ) at the idea of a six month study group to come up with a name for the big, scary monster. Seriously the funniest thing I've read in a while. Every time you think politics can't become any more fictional or farcical, someone says "hold my beer" and hands you a keg. rofl


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So you don't think Republicans do the same thing? I mean I agree with you that it sounds ridiculous but both parties employ political strategists who test ideas and political talking points. Here is just an example of how Republicans use them during their election campaigns alone. Everything from slogans, catch phrases to the content of media ad campaigns.

5 Best Political Consulting Firms

https://callhub.io/best-political-consulting-firms/

Here is a link to a Republican based strategy firm who does the exact same thing you find so funny.

Bridging Divides to Create winning strategies

https://newbridgestrategy.com/about-us

Don't convince yourself that either party just tends to throw things against the wall in terms of slogans and strategy. That most generally doesn't happen. You do have wild cards like Biden and Trump who do make more off hand remarks than most. But most of these things have been tested by both political parties just the same way major corporations test products before manufacturing them. You don't promote something you think won't sell. That applies in politics too. We as voters are nothing more than consumers of what those who are running for office are selling.


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Wisconsin middle schoolers accused of sexual harassment for using wrong gender pronouns

Three Wisconsin boys are facing sexual harassment charges from their middle school over accusations that they used incorrect gender pronouns on a fellow student.

"I received a phone call from the principal over at the elementary school, forewarning me; letting me know that I was going to be receiving an email with sexual harassment allegations against my son," Rosemary Rabidoux, a parent of one of the accused, told Fox 11 News last week.

"I immediately went into shock. I’m thinking, sexual harassment? That’s rape, that’s inappropriate touching, that’s incest" Rabidoux continued. "What has my son done?"

But none of the concerns Rabidoux had were at issue. Instead, her 13-year-old son, Braden, was accused of using incorrect pronouns to address another student at Kiel Middle School.

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Biden’s Baby Formula Crisis Exposed: A Slap In The Face To Every Parent In America [VIDEOS]
Washington Post fact-checkers gave it 4 Pinocchios, so they keep on with their story trying to push this crazy agenda.
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With Joe Biden and his criminal cronies installed into the White House with a stolen election, it’s been crisis after crisis after crisis.

At this point, thinking that everything going on is just from mistakes or missteps would be naive. They can’t get everything this wrong by accident. It’s got to be on purpose to destroy America just to fill their own pockets.

Florida Congresswoman Kat Cammack calls out the latest Biden Crisis, the Baby Formula shortage, in the video below.

WATCH:

https://rumble.com/v14ttol-bidens-b...p-in-the-face-to-every-parent-in-am.html

Martha MacCallum: Oh, that we just showed everyone the pictures that you sent out of the shelf at the border facility and the shelf at a home grocery store. And then the Washington Post gave your picture, your tweet for Pinocchios. They said it’s not true. What do you say to them?

Kat Cammack: Well, I think that the fact-checkers need to be fact-checked. And listen, we all know that the Washington Post became an army of left-wing activists a long time ago. So they can keep on with their story, trying to push this crazy agenda. But we know that the facts are that the Biden administration and the FDA, they shut down our nation’s largest manufacturer of baby formula with no plan in place to backfill the 43% of the market share that they make up. And again, the White House says they’ve been working on this for months with no plan. And just yesterday was the first time that Biden met with manufacturers convenient that they left out that they didn’t meet with Abbott, the manufacturer that Biden’s FDA shut down. They can’t get any phone calls returned from the FDA, no emails. And as we saw in there and the FDA’s own press release, Abbott was cleared. And there was no connection between those tragic deaths of those two infants and the findings in their manufacturing facility. Now the White House won’t give any updates about manufacturing coming back online. I can tell you, it takes weeks and for the FDA to continue to wrap this all up in red tape. It’s a slap in the face to every parent in America right now. I think I speak on behalf of all young mothers when I say this is unacceptable. Doesn’t matter if you’re Republican or Democrat. This is unacceptable. And no one is debating the morality of feeding children. I think we can all agree this is absolutely critical. But are we America first? Are we America last? That’s the question.

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So you don't think Republicans do the same thing? I mean I agree with you that it sounds ridiculous but both parties employ political strategists who test ideas and political talking points. Here is just an example of how Republicans use them during their election campaigns alone. Everything from slogans, catch phrases to the content of media ad campaigns.

5 Best Political Consulting Firms

https://callhub.io/best-political-consulting-firms/

Here is a link to a Republican based strategy firm who does the exact same thing you find so funny.

Bridging Divides to Create winning strategies

https://newbridgestrategy.com/about-us

Don't convince yourself that either party just tends to throw things against the wall in terms of slogans and strategy. That most generally doesn't happen. You do have wild cards like Biden and Trump who do make more off hand remarks than most. But most of these things have been tested by both political parties just the same way major corporations test products before manufacturing them. You don't promote something you think won't sell. That applies in politics too. We as voters are nothing more than consumers of what those who are running for office are selling.


Yes, it's too bad we can't come up with names like Baby Killers/murderers, or the other cutesy weird dystopian things they think up to call or accuse the left of being. Those words often come from GOPer think-tanks. Little phrases with no truth whatsoever flung around like it's the gospel until idiots believe it. I've heard them call the left pedos for years now, not one shred of evidence, unlike the circus of pervs they march out, where charges are pending. Hell a guy who just killed his wife and got caught while trying to bury her, won a primary vote on their side! They love the rhetoric and violence, until it turns on them.

So yep, I think ultra maga is fitting for the lunatic followers of the Trump cult. If you still think Trump is a good dude after all the evidence to that contradicts that, you are definitely ultra maga.

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Dear Leader Biden, Who Never Visited Waukesha, Is Already Heading to Buffalo to Bask in the Optics of Manipulated News
By J.D. Rucker • May. 15, 2022

Corporate media is busying itself building the false narrative that the Buffalo mass murderer, who was a former communist and avowed green ethno-nationalist fascist socialist, was actually a Republican influenced by Tucker Carlson and Fox News. This is blatantly false, of course, but they say if you repeat a lie often enough…

The Buffalo shooter isn’t a “lone wolf.” He’s a mainstream Republican. https://t.co/1ZdMSWG7Gp

— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) May 15, 2022

The reason they’re doing this was just revealed as Democrats have planned since shortly after the shooting (and possibly before if you believe the “false flag” conspiracy theories) to capitalize on it as a way to paint Republicans as evil racists while also pushing gun control. In fact, they’re sending Dear Leader Joe Biden to the scene to capture emotional momentum with a photo op.

According to Todd Starnes:

JUST IN: President Biden will visit Buffalo on Tuesday. There's no word yet on when he will visit Waukesha, WI or Orange County, CA or Brooklyn, NY.

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Populist show host Kim Iversen tried to debunk the Rolling Stone piece, but as is often the case, her words will almost certainly never reach those who have already absorbed the fake news Rolling Stone and others are peddling:

Actually, the shooter categorized himself as “authoritarian left” who was once a communist now turned green ethno-nationalist fascist socialist. Just proves white supremacy isn’t only on the right, especially with these younger generations. Also proves Rolling Stone is a joke.

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Rolling Stone, unfortunately, still has some sway and the vast majority of their readers absorb propaganda like sponges. Fake news disseminators like Rolling Stone aren’t stupid. They know any debunking of their lies will never reach the target audience they’re indoctrinated.

Fake news disseminators like Rolling Stone aren't stupid.

They know any debunking of their lies will never reach the target audience they're indoctrinated.

— JD Rucker (@JDRucker) May 15, 2022

Five months ago, a race-driven mass murder was committed in Waukesha, and Joe Biden has never visited. This more than anything else demonstrates that he is now going to Buffalo for political reasons only.

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Your post from these far right blogs/so-called-news sources is tantamount to you sitting at the bar talking trash about dems while having beers. Nobody takes it seriously. Try some real news... and facts for a change. These all read like hit pieces with zero basis in fact most of the time. When you find something really wrong that Biden or another dem did to actually deserve some ire, I'll be glad to converse and treat you more like a regular guy. But I just don't see it with these things you keep flinging on the wall hoping they stick.

I'd love to talk about GOPer concerns again. Real concerns, not some whipped up talking points to bash dems.

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