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Who is Adam Kinzinger, really? The System's man from the start
He was a Republican congressman using the term “undocumented” way back in 2014. Read More.
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Gen. Flynn on Aug. 15, 2021 world: ‘Russia and China are clear-eyed about our corrupt political leadership’
America's enemies in the Kremlin and in the Chinese Communist Party's halls of power are "clear eyed" on the "corrupt political leadership" in Washington, D.C., Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn noted in an Aug. 15 post on Telegram. Read More.
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Navy officer: Why forced vaccinations of U.S. troops is a national security threat
An officer with the U.S. Navy warned that making the vaccine mandatory of all military personnel will result in a full-blown “national security threat.” Read More.
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Information war: Pompeo charges China forged document, quotes by him
A document circulating on Chinese state-controlled social media which claims to contain remarks then-U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made in June 2020 about the U.S. planning to defeat China in a war "without shedding blood" is a fake, Pompeo has said. Read More.
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Headed South? Euthanasia surges in leftist Canada
Here’s a statistic that has flown under the radar amid the greater chaos of 2021: Nearly 7,600 Canadians chose to die via MAiD (medical assistance in dying) in 2020, an increase of 35 percent over the previous year, the latest numbers released by Health Canada show. Read More.
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Taliban owns Kabul days after assurances by Biden, Gen. Milley; President flees, Black Hawks seized
The Taliban on Sunday took over Kabul, triggering a massive effort to airlift U.S. personnel which only last month Joe Biden vowed could never happen. Read More.
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Antifa attacks activists protesting mandated vaccinations in massive LA brawl
A group of activists who were protesting vaccine mandates in Los Angels on Saturday were attacked by Antifa thugs, reports from the scene say. Read More.
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Judge allows Nunes defamation suit against Washington Post to proceed
Rep. Devin Nunes's defamation lawsuit against The Washington Post can proceed, a federal judge ruled on Wednesday. Read More.
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WHO official contradicts China, Silicon Valley: Covid 'patient zero' was likely Wuhan lab worker
Covid “patient zero” was “likely” a lab worker at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, one of the leading infectious diseases experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) said. Read More.
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Ted Cruz may have saved America at 3:30 a.m. on Aug. 11
In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz stopped Democrats in their attempt to federalize U.S. elections. Read More.
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Former border chief estimates 40,000 infected immigrants sent to U.S. cities
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has transported an estimated 40,000 Covid-infected migrants to cities throughout the United States, former border chief Mark Morgan said. Read More.
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'Election Cartel': Prof. Clements sums it up at Lindell Symposium
During the final day of Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium, former prosecutor David Clements discussed the overwhelming amount of evidence of fraud in the 2020 election, saying he's never had a case with so much clear evidence in his career. Read More.
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Jan. 6 political prisoners getting the silent treatment from Republicans
Trials are supposed to begin within 70 days of indictment. Hundreds of Trump supporters who were at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 have been held in prison without trial for seven months. Read More.
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After canceling Keystone, Biden now begs OPEC to increase production
After six months of enacting policies that have crippled U.S. oil production, starting with the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline, the Biden administration is now begging OPEC and non-OPEC members including Russia to boost output as prices at the pump soar. Read More.
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Facebook, in first, issues apology to WorldTribune; Restores ivermectin article
Facebook has restored a WorldTribune.com article citing frontline doctors who said they had great success in using ivermectin as a treatment for Covid-19. Read More.

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