Saturday, December 17, 2022

Bombshell Evidence Proves Justin Trudeau is Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro’s Son

Joe Rogan introduced his audience of millions to a conspiracy that just goes from strength to strength, with more evidence emerging every year, no matter how much the liberal elite demand we stop talking about.


Robert F. Kennedy Jr: ‘CIA’s Murder of My Uncle Was a Successful Coup,’ America ‘Has Never Recovered’



Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has accused the CIA of murdering President John F. Kennedy, and described the assassination as a “successful coup d’état” that the United States of America “has never recovered” from. Kennedy Jr. [...]

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New Zealand Demands Citizens Report ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ Who ‘Oppose Gov’t Policies’ as ‘Terrorists’



The authoritarian left-wing New Zealand government has ordered citizens to report their friends and family to the police if they suspect them of opposing government policies, including COVID measures. According to literature released by Jacinda [...]

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FBI Whistleblower Slams Ted Lieu, Says He Was Moved Off Child Porn Cases To Focus On J6

FBI Whistleblower Slams Ted Lieu, Says He Was Moved Off Child Porn Cases To Focus On J6

Following the latest 'TWITTER FILES' drop, which revealed that "Twitter's contact with the FBI was constant and pervasive, as if it were a subsidiary," journalist Matt Taibbi commented that "Instead of chasing child sex predators or terrorists, the FBI has agents — lots of them — analyzing and mass-flagging social media posts."

Instead of chasing child sex predators or terrorists, the FBI has agents — lots of them — analyzing and mass-flagging social media posts. Not as part of any criminal investigation, but as a permanent, end-in-itself surveillance operation. People should not be okay with this.

— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) December 16, 2022

In response, California Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu lashed out - telling Taibbi: "I’m on the House Judiciary Committee that has oversight over the @FBI and you are lying," adding "The FBI has lots of agents chasing child sex predators and terrorists. Please stop undermining and lying about federal law enforcement."

To which researcher Tracy Beanz asked FBI whistleblower Steve Friend to chime in.

Oh? Hey @RealStevefriend !! Maybe you wanna hop in here and help him?

— Tracy Beanz (@tracybeanz) December 17, 2022

Friend, a former 12-year veteran of the FBI and a SWAT team member, notably came out in October to claim that the agency went into hyperdrive to track down and investigate January 6th cases to promote the appearance of right-wing domestic terrorism, at the expense of other investigations - such as child trafficking.

Friend was suspended and stripped of his gun and badge in September for refusing to participate in SWAT raids against January 6th subjects accused of misdemeanor offenses, according to the NY Post.

As Taibbi wrote in November of Friend;

He worked a child pornography detail before being transferred to the assignment that would upend his life: investigating J6. The FBI not only took Friend off vital work chasing child predators to pursue questionable investigations of people maybe connected with the Capitol riots (often in some misdemeanor fashion), they used dubious bureaucratic methods he felt put him in an impossible spot.

Essentially, the FBI made Friend a supervisory agent in cases actually being run by the Washington field office, a trick replicated across the country that made domestic terrorism numbers appear to balloon overnight. Instead of one investigation run out of Washington, the Bureau now had hundreds of “terrorism” cases “opening” in every field office in the country. As a way to manipulate statistics, it was ingenious, but Friend could see it was also trouble.

As a member of a dying breed of agent raised to focus on making cases and securing convictions, Friend knew putting him nominally in charge of a case he wasn’t really running was a gift to any good defense attorney, should a J6 case ever get to trial.

They’re gonna see my name as being the case agent, yet not a single document has my name as doing any work,” Friend says. “Now a defense lawyer can say, ‘Hey, the case agent for this case didn’t perform any work.’ Labeling the case this way would be a big hit to our prosecution.

And so, in response to Lieu's tweet, Friend wrote: "Hey @tedlieu, I'll be happy to explain how I was moved from investigating child exploitation and human trafficking and told to focus on January 6. I was told child pornographers should be considered a "local matter.""

Absolutely @tracybeanz. Hey @tedlieu, I'll be happy to explain how I was moved from investigating child exploitation and human trafficking and told to focus on January 6. I was told child pornographers should be considered a "local matter."

— @RealStevefriend (@RealStevefriend) December 17, 2022

So far crickets from Lieu, though he's quite the prolific Tweeter so maybe Friend will get a response.

The FBI, meanwhile, responded to Taibbi's "The Twitter Files" thread, in which he said that between January 2020 and November 2022, former Twitter Senior Director of Trust & Safety, Yoel Roth, had exchanged over 150 emails with the agency.

"The FBI regularly engages with private sector entities to provide information specific to identified foreign malign influence actors’ subversive, undeclared, covert, or criminal activities," the FBI said in a statement. "Private sector entities independently make decisions about what, if any, action they take on their platforms and for their customers after the FBI has notified them."

Tyler Durden Sat, 12/17/2022 - 15:00


Notes on FBI/Twitter Story: Link to Text Version of Twitter Files Thread

As usual, the graphics in Friday night’s “Twitter Files” story make the entire thread too large to sneak through Gmail’s size limit. But a readable online version of the thread lives on the TK site. You can find it by clicking here.


A Dark Alliance': Musk's Twitter Files Exposed The Fifth Estate

Dangerous alliance. In 1787, Edmund Burke said there were “Three Estates in Parliament; but, in the Reporters' Gallery yonder, there [sits] a Fourth Estate more important than they all.

Carthage Must Be Destroyed!

During its rise to world domination, the City of Rome had one major competitor, which was its equal in every way. That city was Carthage, located 370 miles away, on the South side of the Mediterranean Sea.


Friday, December 16, 2022

From the Twitter Files: Twitter, The FBI Subsidiary

The Twitter Files has to be the craziest story in the history of journalism. There’s new drama every three minutes, it seems. The latest development had my phone blowing up with queries from multiple outlets.


Thursday, December 15, 2022

Nouriel Roubini | The unavoidable crash


By Nouriel Roubini

December 15, 2022: Information Clearing House — The world economy is lurching towards an unprecedented confluence of economic, financial, and debt crises, following the explosion of deficits, borrowing, and leverage in recent decades.

In the private sector, the mountain of debt includes that of households – such as mortgages, credit cards, auto loans, student loans, personal loans; businesses and corporations – bank loans, bond debt, and private debt; and the financial sector – liabilities of bank and non-bank institutions. In the public sector, it includes central, provincial, and local government bonds and other formal liabilities, as well as implicit debts such as unfunded liabilities from pay-as-you-go pension schemes and healthcare systems, all of which will continue to grow as societies age.

Just looking at explicit debts, the figures are staggering. Globally, total private- and public-sector debt as a share of GDP rose from 200 per cent in 1999 to 350 per cent in 2021. The ratio is now 420 per cent across advanced economies, and 330 per cent in China. In the United States, it is 420 per cent, which is higher than during the Great Depression and after World War II.

Of course, debt can boost economic activity if borrowers invest in new capital – machinery, homes, public infrastructure – that yields returns higher than the cost of borrowing. But much borrowing goes simply to finance consumption spending above one’s income on a persistent basis – and that is a recipe for bankruptcy. Moreover, investments in ‘capital’ can also be risky, whether the borrower is a household buying a home at an artificially inflated price, a corporation seeking to expand too quickly regardless of returns, or a government that is spending the money on ‘white elephants’, that is, extravagant but useless infrastructure projects.


Such over-borrowing has been going on for decades, for various reasons. The democratisation of finance has allowed income-strapped households to finance consumption with debt. Centre-right governments have persistently cut taxes without also cutting spending, while centre-left governments have spent generously on social programmes that aren’t fully funded with sufficient higher taxes. And tax policies that favour debt over equity, abetted by central banks’ ultra-loose monetary and credit policies, have fuelled a spike in borrowing in both the private and public sectors.

Years of quantitative easing and credit easing kept borrowing costs near zero, and in some cases even negative – as in Europe and Japan, until recently. By 2020, negative-yielding dollar-equivalent public debt was US$17 trillion, and in some Nordic countries, even mortgages had negative nominal interest rates.

The explosion of unsustainable debt ratios implied that many borrowers – households, corporations, banks, shadow banks, governments, and even entire countries – were insolvent ‘zombies’ that were being propped up by low interest rates, which kept their debt-servicing costs manageable. During both the 2008 global financial crisis and the COVID-19 crisis, many insolvent agents that would have gone bankrupt were rescued by zero or negative interest rate policies, quantitative easing and outright fiscal bailouts.

But now, inflation – fed by the same ultra-loose fiscal, monetary, and credit policies – has ended this financial Dawn of the Dead. With central banks forced to increase interest rates in an effort to restore price stability, zombies are experiencing sharp increases in their debt-servicing costs. For many, this represents a triple whammy, because inflation is also eroding real household income and reducing the value of household assets, such as homes and stocks. The same goes for fragile and over-leveraged corporations, financial institutions and governments: they face sharply rising borrowing costs, falling incomes and revenues, and declining asset values all at the same time.

Worse, these developments are coinciding with the return of stagflation – high inflation alongside weak growth. The last time advanced economies experienced such conditions was in the 1970s. But at least back then, debt ratios were very low. Today, we are facing the worst aspects of the 1970s stagflationary shocks alongside the worst aspects of the global financial crisis. And this time, we cannot simply cut interest rates to stimulate demand.

After all, the global economy is being battered by persistent short- and medium-term negative supply shocks that are reducing growth and increasing prices and production costs. These include the pandemic’s disruptions to the supply of labour and goods; the impact of Russia’s war in Ukraine on commodity prices; China’s increasingly disastrous zero-COVID policy; and a dozen other medium-term shocks – from climate change to geopolitical developments – that will create additional stagflationary pressures.

Unlike in the 2008 financial crisis and the early months of COVID-19, simply bailing out private and public agents with loose macro policies would pour more gasolene on the inflationary fire. That means there will be a hard landing – a deep, protracted recession – on top of a severe financial crisis. As asset bubbles burst, debt-servicing ratios spike, and inflation-adjusted incomes fall across households, corporations, and governments, the economic crisis and the financial crash will feed on each other.


To be sure, advanced economies that borrow in their own currency can use a bout of unexpected inflation to reduce the real value of some nominal long-term, fixed-rate debt. With governments unwilling to raise taxes or cut spending to reduce their deficits, central-bank deficit monetisation will once again be seen as the path of least resistance.

But you cannot fool all of the people all of the time. Once the inflation genie gets out of the bottle – which is what will happen when central banks abandon the fight in the face of the looming economic and financial crash – nominal and real borrowing costs will surge.

The mother of all stagflationary debt crises can be postponed, not avoided.

Nouriel Roubini, Professor Emeritus of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business, is the author of MegaThreats: Ten Dangerous Trends That Imperil Our Future, and How to Survive Them.© Project Syndicate


“The Answer Is Yes. I Believe They Were Involved” – Top Intelligence Source Tells Tucker Carlson the CIA Was Involved in Assassination of John F. Kennedy (VIDEO)


In 2017 President Trump approved the release of approximately 2800 long-classified JFK assassination records.

News outlets from around the globe furiously combed through the files in search of more pieces to the puzzling death of President John F. Kennedy.

President Trump released a second trove of documents later that year.

One of the documents revealed that Democrat President Lyndon Johnson was a KKK member.

As reported earlier today – On Thursday the National Archives released thousands of the JFK documents.

But the FBI-CIA would not allow the release of all of the documents. Around 3% of the JFK documents are still being withheld from release to the public — more than 50 years after the assassination.

What are they hiding?

Tonight Tucker Carlson provided the answer to this question.

According to Tucker Carlson the answer is because the CIA was involved in the assassination of JFK.

Tucker Carlson: “We spoke to someone who has access to these still hidden CIA documents. The person is deeply familiar with what they contain. We asked this person directly, did the CIA have a hand in the murder of John F. Kennedy, an American President. And here is the reply we received, verbatim, “The answer is yes. I believe they were involved. It’s a whole different country from what we thought it was. It’s all a fake.”

This is someone who had access to these documents.

Seems pretty damning.

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Study Claims Unvaccinated People More Likely To Be Reckless, Cause Traffic Accidents

Study Claims Unvaccinated People More Likely To Be Reckless, Cause Traffic Accidents

A new study released this month by members of the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at Toronto University in Canada makes the bizarre claim that being unvaccinated is an indicator of psychological risk-taking and recklessness.  The authors, Donald A. Redelmeier, MD, Jonathan Wang, MMASc, and Deva Thiruchelvam, Msc argue that data involving traffic accidents in which one or more people are admitted to the hospital for injuries shows a correlation between vaccination status and car wrecks.

Not surprisingly, the data sources involved in the study strongly support the original premise.  But we'll get to that in a moment...

The first question one might ask is why in the world anyone would engage in such a study in the first place?  The notion is out of left field and requires a couple initial assumptions – That unvaccinated people are a monolithic group that share the same psychological motivators, and that those motivators are dangerous.  Without this rather biased assumption, it's unlikely that a group of doctors or scientists would dream up the study in the first place.  

Of course, strange premises are not necessarily proof of rigged conclusions.  So, let's get into motivations:

The authors of the study are all member of the University or Toronto Temerty Faculty and the Sunnybrooke Health Sciences Centre.  This faculty and section of the university was funded by a $250 million grant from James C. Temerty and the Temerty Foundation in 2020; it was the single largest gift in Canadian history.  The money was designated to various areas of the university, but a large portion went directly into Covid-19 research projects. 

So who is James Temerty?  He is a Ukrainian born citizen of Canada and the founder of Northland Power, but his non-profit foundation appears to be his primary focus.  He is also on the advisory board of the Atlantic Council, a globalist think-tank out of Washington DC with many of the same ideological aims promoted by the World Economic Forum.  In fact, members of the Atlantic Council are often invited to speak at WEF functions and none other than Klaus Schwab was the very first recipient of the Atlantic Council's “Global Citizen Award” several years ago.


The Atlantic Council advisory board is a long list of global elites and corporate heads.  The institution also had previous connections to Charles Koch, though this relationship has apparently ended. 

Does anyone in the vaccine industry and Big Pharma have a close relationship to the Atlantic Council?  Of course.  Albert Bourla, the Chairman and CEO of Pfizer.  Bourla is often invited to speak at Atlantic Council events and was awarded the council's Global Citizen Award just last year.     

As many people are now aware, the methodology of globalist think tanks is to use philanthropy (large sums of tax deductible money) as a means to control society by influencing (or corrupting) the top 10% in the professional class/academic class.  

If you can buy the people that run the colleges, buy the people in suits and buy the people in lab coats then you can own the narrative and control the other 90% of people who simply “defer to the experts” without doing their research.  The Temerty Foundation clearly has a high level of influence over the University of Toronto and their medical wing, and James Temerty is on the advisory board of a globalist institution that has aggressively supported the Pfizer narrative on covid mandates and vaccination.

Any covid based study funded by members of the Atlantic Council should be immediately treated as suspect.

But what about the science itself?  How did the Temerty Faculty come to the conclusion that lack of covid vaccination indicates reckless behavior?  Where did they get the vaccination data?  Where did they get the traffic data?  How did they tie it all together?  

The study claims to have developed their reference points using encrypted identifiers from official government registries.  In other words, they exploited private medical data tracked by the Canadian government.  By cross referencing vaccination status with severe traffic accidents the group asserts that the unvaccinated are 72% more likely to harm themselves or others in the process of a car wreck.

There are two problems immediately evident from a scientific standpoint: 

One, the group admits that a much larger portion of people who are unvaccinated were younger, ages 18-39.  This makes perfect sense, because the vast majority of young people are at near zero risk of mortality from a covid infection.  The median Infection Fatality rate of covid is a tiny 0.23%, and the younger you are, the more the IFR shrinks.  Why get a vaccine for a virus that is no threat to your age group, and that doesn't prevent transmission to those around you anyway?  

But beyond that, younger people are also statistically more likely to get into car accidents by virtue of age, inexperience and more reckless behavior.  While teens are known for auto accidents, insurance companies rate people ages 25 – 34 as the deadliest drivers on the road.  This age group, coincidentally, makes up the bulk of the Temerty Faculty's unvaccinated test case. 

In other words, the study seems to ignore the age factor in an effort to support the unvaccinated factor.  Maybe their vaccine status has nothing to do with their risky behavior and their younger age is the actual cause?  Which is more likely given the circumstance?

Two, another problem with the study is the complete lack of peer review and the inability for independent analysis of their core data.  The group claims to have used encrypted government medical data that is unavailable to the public (rather convenient, right?).  While certain government officials might be able to get quick access, there is no way for the general public to look at this data to see if their claims are accurate or if the study is rigged.  They could, frankly, say whatever they want about the unvaccinated being dangerous and no one would be able to disprove it for quite some time.  

Perhaps a couple of years down the road the study will be debunked, but as in most cases of dubious and potentially politically motivated science the headlines stick in people's minds while no one notices the retractions.

But what would be the motive for exaggerating this kind of study other than to try to make the unvaccinated look bad?  Consider the possibility of insurance as leverage.  

Most people are required by law to have insurance of one kind or another, including car insurance, and the premiums they have to pay are based on a company's (or government's) determination of risk.  Imagine if your insurance rates in every area skyrocketed because you are unvaccinated and are considered high risk?  This is likely the root purpose of studies like the one in Toronto.

Punish the unvaccinated by institutionalizing vaccine status into every facet of life, including car insurance, health insurance, life insurance, home insurance, business insurance, etc.  Another point of leverage would be credit.  Many bank loans are also based the concept of low risk, but if you are unvaccinated and labeled high risk in life and in finances then you could be rejected for future access to funds.    

The basic strategy is this:  Use high costs to force the unvaccinated into compliance, and slowly whittle the public down.  These people won't give up easily, and since the direct route of medical tyranny has failed, they have decided to use indirect chicanery to get what they want.

Tyler Durden Thu, 12/15/2022 - 20:40


Democrats Urge Meta To Extend 2-Year Ban On Trump

Democrats Urge Meta To Extend 2-Year Ban On Trump

Authored by Frank Fang via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),

A group of Democrat lawmakers is urging Meta to extend its ban on former President Donald Trump’s Facebook account beyond Jan. 7, when the media giant is set to make a decision on whether to reinstate him after issuing a two-year suspension in 2021.

That suspension is set to expire in just 24 days–despite the fact that he’s more unhinged and dangerous than ever,” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) wrote on Twitter on Dec. 14, referring to the former president.

“[Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.)] and I are calling on Meta to keep Trump offline,” Schiff added. “For good.”

A smartphone with Facebook's logo is seen with new rebrand logo Meta in this illustration taken on Oct. 28, 2021. (Dado Ruvic/Reuters)

Schiff and Whitehouse—joined by Reps. André Carson (D-Ind.) and Kathy Castor (D-Fla.)—have made their case against Trump in a letter sent to Nick Clegg, Meta’s president of global affairs, according to a Wednesday press release from Schiff’s office.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) delivers remarks during a hearing by the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 Capitol breach in the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, on Oct. 13, 2022. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

In their letter, the Democrats alleged that Trump would likely incite violence and undermine democracy if allowed back on Facebook.

His rhetoric can only serve as a motivation to incite violence, and it is Meta’s responsibility to keep such rhetoric off its platforms,” the letter says.

Facebook initially suspended Trump indefinitely after the Jan. 6 Capitol breach but later changed it to a two-year ban. In a post explaining the suspension in June 2021, Clegg wrote that Trump would be reinstated if experts decided that the “risk to public safety has receded.”

The four Democrats’ push to keep Trump off Facebook comes as Twitter’s ban on Trump is coming under close scrutiny, following the release of the so-called “Twitter files.” In a tweet on Dec. 12, Twitter’s new chief Elon Musk suggested that Trump “didn’t violate the rules” and that the decision to ban the former president was made at the urge of “activist employees.”

A day later, former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shared his view on the internal Twitter documents, saying that banning Trump was the “wrong thing for the internet and society.”

Twitter, which banned Trump following the Capitol breach, reactivated the former president’s account in November after more than 15 million account users voted in an online poll. The final poll results showed 51.8 percent in favor of reinstating Trump.

In September, Clegg said that he will be the one who decides whether to lift the ban against Trump. He added that he would consult CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s board of directors, and outside experts before making the final call.

“It’s not a capricious decision,” Clegg said during an event held by the Semafor news organization. “We will look at the signals related to real-world harm to make a decision whether at the two-year point—which is early January next year —whether Trump gets reinstated to the platform.”


The four lawmakers cited Trump’s concerns over midterm voting in Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania as evidence that he should be kept off Facebook.

“Trump has continued to post harmful election content on Truth Social that would likely violate Facebook’s policies, and we have every reason to believe he would bring similar conspiratorial rhetoric back to Facebook, if given the chance,” the letter says.

One Truth Social post cited by the Democrats was when Trump last month wrote that there was a voter integrity concern in Maricopa County, Arizona.

The Democrats also accused Trump of continuing to spread “the Big Lie” about the 2020 presidential election.

Two years later, we can see unequivocally that Trump is still spreading the Big Lie and thus undermining our democracy,” according to the letter.

There remain many lingering questions about the 2020 elections. In June, Trump issued a statement outlining his arguments disputing the election results. Vote-counting stoppage on election night and ballot trafficking scheme were among those present as evidence.

For example, Trump pointed to evidence presented in the documentary “2000 Mules,” which argues that illegal ballot trafficking happened in several states, thus changing the results of the 2020 elections.

Former President Donald Trump speaks during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Fla., on Nov. 15, 2022. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

There have been other pieces of evidence suggesting that fraud took place in 2020. In March, the public interest organization True the Vote found that at least 137,500 absentee ballots were cast through unlawful vote trafficking in several cities in Wisconsin. Last month, Verity Vote, an election integrity watchdog, discovered that 19,000 late, invalid ballots were counted in Arizona.

For Meta to credibly maintain a legitimate election integrity policy, it is essential that your company maintain its platform ban on former president Trump,” the lawmakers wrote.

Ahead of the public release of the letter, Rep. Diana Harshbarger (R-Tenn.) apparently obtained a copy of the letter—which she said that Schiff was circulating at the time—and spoke out against it, according to her Dec. 8 tweet.

“The left is desperate for power and is willing to deploy CCP-style censorship tactics to silence any opposition,” Harshbarger wrote, referring to the Chinese Communist Party. “This is the real threat to democracy.”

Tyler Durden Thu, 12/15/2022 - 17:05


Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Founder and Creator of BitChute Has Bank Account Frozen in Blatant Act of Theft and Censorship


BitChute was created out of a need for free speech absolutism during a time when YouTube was busy working on tweaking their algorithms to shadow ban voices who they disagree with.

Big tech has now taken this battle to another level by freezing the funds of the BitChute bank account in yet another attempt to silence voices they don’t like!

In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth interviews Ray Vahey, the founder and chief executive of BitChute, about his bank account being frozen, why free speech absolutism is important and most importantly where he sees things going for BitChute into 2023.

Support BitChute in their endeavour to provide a censorship free platform:

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The Trap


Real Wage Growth Falls for the Twentieth Month as Biden Celebrates Seven-Percent Inflation


The federal government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics released new price inflation data today, and according to the report, price inflation during the month decelerated slightly, coming in at the lowest year-over-year increase in 12 months. According to the BLS, Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation rose 7.1 percent year over year during November, before seasonal adjustment. That’s the twenty-first month in a row of inflation above the Fed’s arbitrary 2 percent inflation target, and it’s twelve months in a row of price inflation above 7 percent.

Month-over-month inflation rose as well, with the CPI rising 0.1 percent from October to November. Month-over-month growth in price inflation has been positive in 29 of the last 30 months.

November’s growth rate is down from June’s high of 9.1 percent, which was the highest price inflation rate since 1981. But November’s growth rate still keeps price inflation well above growth rates seen in any month during the 1990s, 2000s, or 2010s. November’s increase was the eleventh-largest increase in forty years.


The ongoing price increases largely reflect price growth in food, energy, transportation, and especially shelter. In other words, the prices of essentials all saw big increases in November over the previous year.

For example, “food at home”—i.e., grocery bills—was up 12.0 percent in November over the previous year. Gasoline continued to be up, rising 10.1 percent year over year, while new vehicles were up 7.2 percent. The only category that showed a year-over year decrease was used cars, which declined by 3.3 percent. This hardly puts used car prices on a path to 2019 prices, however. Used car growth reached 70-year highs throughout much of 2021 increasing year-over-year by over 20 percent or more in every month from April 2021 to April 2022.

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The Trap


"The Battle to End Covid Tyranny Isn’t Over Yet", brilliant piece by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

This piece by Rockwell is very well done. We are in a fight, a death fight. Remember the lockdown imprisonment here and around the world. Remember the loss of the ability to sustain yourselves and your families.



This hospital needs to be sued for $100 million. The administrators, doctors and nurses involved in this murder need to be put in prison for life. This murder must be elevated in all alt-news sites, since it will be suppressed by the MSM. Email the link to this post to everyone you know.

2. Backstory: In 2021 the baby’s parents had a close family friend die of a heart attack shortly after she received her Covid—19 vaccine. By all accounts their friend was healthy and her death caused alarm bells to go off about the safety of the mRNA vaccine.

— DefeatTheMandates (@dchomecoming) December 14, 2022

4. However, when it came time for the hospital to initiate the transfusion the doctors and nurses claimed they were unable to locate the unvaccinated donors blood the parents had procured. So without the parents consent they took blood from the hospitals general stockpile.

— DefeatTheMandates (@dchomecoming) December 14, 2022


6. Shortly after the transfusion, Baby Alex developed a large blood clot. The blood clot ran from his knee all the way up to his heart. The hospital changed their tune saying babies get blood clots all the time and this was normal.

— DefeatTheMandates (@dchomecoming) December 14, 2022

8. Just 12 days later, Baby August sadly passed away as a result of the large blood clot.

— DefeatTheMandates (@dchomecoming) December 14, 2022

10. Baby Alex’s parents will be joining Steve Kirsch on VSRF to tell their story LIVE on Thursday night at 6pm CST | 7pm EST.

Register here to join and ask your questions live:

— DefeatTheMandates (@dchomecoming) December 14, 2022


President Trump Files Defamation Suit Against Members of Pulitzer Board for Their Awards to Junk News Outlets that Pushed Now Debunked Russia Collusion Hoax


New York Times and Washington Post 2018 Pulitzer Prize winners for their garbage Trump-Russia collusion hoax — From left: Maggie Haberman, Jo Becker, Matt Apuzzo, Rosalind Helderman, Tom Hamburger, Ellen Nakashima, Adam Entous, Greg Miller and Mark Mazetti accept the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting from Columbia University.

In July 2020 documents were released by the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding the Russia collusion hoax.

The second set of documents exposed the outlandish New York Times story that the Trump team had “repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials.”  The declassified documents reveal The New York Times reporting was transparently dishonest and attempted to fuel the Russiagate narrative in its early stages.

Earlier this year in May 2022, the country learned that it was Hillary Clinton’s campaign that was behind the entire Trump-Russia collusion hoax.  We know this because her former campaign manager Robbie Mook said so under oath during the Sussman trial.

The entire Trump-Russia collusion narrative was a lie.  The Democrats and media knew it was a lie.  We now know that the Hillary Clinton Campaign was behind the entire narrative.  Democrats used this in their attempted coup of the sitting president.  They jailed and bankrupted innocent men in their coup attempt.

The New York Times along with the Washington Post later won Pulitzer Prizes for their junk Trump-Russia collusion reporting that was later confirmed to be factually inaccurate and a complete fraud.

If these outlets had any integrity they’d return their phony prizes.

Hillary Clinton-linked Perkins Coie lawyer Michael Sussmann was indicted for lying to the FBI about not representing “any client” when he acted as a running dog for Hillary. Sussman tipped off the bureau about the Trump Organization secretly communicating with Russian Alfa Bank.

According to a debunked story published by far-left Slate, Trump set up a secret server at Trump Tower on 5th Avenue to “communicate privately with a Putin-tied Russian bank called Alfa Bank.”

The FBI began investigating the Trump Organization’s “back-channel” with the Russian-owned bank after Sussmann ran to the FBI and presented data files to back up the claims.

It was all a lie and Hillary hatched the lie and then later promoted the lie.

President Trump has asked the Pulitzer Committee to revoke their award from the junk journalists in the fake news who were awarded their prize in journalism based on complete lies.

The Pulitzer Committee has refused to clean up its mess.

So on Monday Donald Trump sued the Pulitzer Prize Board for defamation.

FOX News reported:

Former President Trump filed a defamation lawsuit on Tuesday against the Pulitzer Prize Board over the 2018 National Reporting prizes given to The New York Times and Washington Post for coverage of “now-debunked theory” of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Trump’s suit, filed Tuesday in Okeechobee County, Florida, was obtained by Fox News Digital. It states that a “demonstrably false connection was and remains the stated basis” for the coverage that received the prestigious award.

The staff of the Times and Post shared the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National reporting for “deeply sourced, relentlessly reported coverage in the public interest that dramatically furthered the nation’s understanding of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Trump campaign, the President-elect’s transition team and his eventual administration,” according to the Pulitzer website.

“A large swath of Americans had a tremendous misunderstanding of the truth at the time the Times’ and the Post’s propagation of the Russia Collusion Hoax dominated the media,” the complaint states. “Remarkably, they were rewarded for lying to the American public.”

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MP calls for the immediate halt of Covid injections and an inquiry into Big Pharma [Google blocked original posting]

“As the data clearly shows to anyone who wants to look at it, the mRNA vaccines are not safe, not effective and not necessary. I implore the Government to halt their use immediately.

The Most Important Dataset of the Pandemic Was Just Released [Google blocked original posting]

Most sane people believe the burden of proving safety should lie on the party conducting a questionable action rather than their victim.

HUGE : DeSantis announces "a petition with the Supreme Court of Florida to impanel a grand jury to investigate any and all wrongdoing in Florida with respect to COVID-19 vaccines." [Google blocked original posting]

The slow kill bioweapon injections are wreaking destruction and death all across America, and any half-decent investigation with functioning legal processes will invariably yield to unprecedented fines and lengthy prison terms.

Elon Musk Wrecks John Brennan With Just Four Words [Google blocked original posting]

Grab the popcorn, it’s getting hot between former CIA head John Brennan and Twitter owner Elon Musk. As we reported, Brennan was infuriated that Musk dared to criticize Dr. Anthony Fauci, saying that his “pronouns” were “Prosecute/Fauci.

CDC Had A Secret Censorship Website With Twitter To Control COVID Narrative [Google blocked original posting]

The disclosure on Tuesday was the fourth batch of documents AFL disclosed on COVID-19 censoring. Now, it has been revealed that the CDC had a secret censorship website with Twitter to control the COVID narrative.

Fauci testimony likens lab-leak theory to vaccine microchips, warns against 'blaming the Chinese' [Google blocked original posting]

Anthony Fauci's ability to dispassionately analyze evidence early in the COVID-19 pandemic apparently took a backseat to his fear of antagonizing China, judging by the career bureaucrat's deposition in a federal-Big Tech censorship lawsuit by Missouri and Louisiana attorneys general.

Concerns mount over media, government quashing election integrity efforts through intimidation [Google blocked original posting]

"Concerns are mounting among those supporting initiatives to thwart voter fraud and promote the integrity of future elections that their active participation will invite the fury of a Democrat-led campaign to ostracize, investigate, and potentially prosecute them for being so-called ""election deniers"

TEN Key Points From Kari Lake’s DEVASTATING Lawsuit Detailing Massive Failures On Election Day In Maricopa County [Google blocked original posting]

Phoenix, Arizona – Kari Lake has filed a lawsuit against her opponent Katie Hobbs, Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer, Maricopa County board of Supervisors members Bill Gates, Clint Hickman, Jack Sellers, Thomas Galvin and Steve Gallardo and Maricopa County Elections Director Scott Jarret for

DeSantis announces grand jury probe of COVID-19 vaccine shortcomings, efficacy claims, side effects

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has staunchly opposed pandemic-related mandates and lockdowns, is seeking a grand jury investigation of potential wrongdoing by the major manufacturers of the COVID-19 vaccine. The probe culminates two years of resistance by Mr.


In case you didn't know...

Moderna had a party for themselves to praise themselves all glorified and powerful, and to tell the world how most excellent they think they are. They made a 106 slide powerpoint presentation.


Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Jack Dorsey Admits 'Biggest Mistake' Was Creating Authoritarian Censorship Toolbox

Jack Dorsey Admits 'Biggest Mistake' Was Creating Authoritarian Censorship Toolbox

Having had his little tête-à-tête with the current boss of Twitter - over Child abuse protection - the former boss of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, took to Twitter tonight to address a number of issues, including his take on The Twitter Files (which he appears to address as if he was an outsider) and his 'biggest mistake' as well.

As a reminder, the current boss of Twitter had this to say recently about Dorsey's role in the past:

Absolutely! The real CEO was the head of “Trust & Safety”.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 9, 2022

Jack Dorsey titled the blog post 'A native internet protocol for social media' (emphasis ours):

There’s a lot of conversation around the #TwitterFiles. Here’s my take, and thoughts on how to fix the issues identified. 

I’ll start with the principles I’ve come to believe…based on everything I’ve learned and experienced through my past actions as a Twitter co-founder and lead:

  1. Social media must be resilient to corporate and government control.

  2. Only the original author may remove content they produce.

  3. Moderation is best implemented by algorithmic choice.

The Twitter when I led it and the Twitter of today do not meet any of these principles. This is my fault alone, as I completely gave up pushing for them when an activist entered our stock in 2020. I no longer had hope of achieving any of it as a public company with no defense mechanisms (lack of dual-class shares being a key one). I planned my exit at that moment knowing I was no longer right for the company.

The biggest mistake I made was continuing to invest in building tools for us to manage the public conversation, versus building tools for the people using Twitter to easily manage it for themselves.

This burdened the company with too much power, and opened us to significant outside pressure (such as advertising budgets).

I generally think companies have become far too powerful, and that became completely clear to me with our suspension of Trump’s account. As I’ve said before, we did the right thing for the public company business at the time, but the wrong thing for the internet and society. Much more about this here:

I do not celebrate or feel pride in our having to ban @realDonaldTrump from Twitter, or how we got here. After a clear warning we’d take this action, we made a decision with the best information we had based on threats to physical safety both on and off Twitter. Was this correct?

— jack (@jack) January 14, 2021

I continue to believe there was no ill intent or hidden agendas, and everyone acted according to the best information we had at the time. Of course mistakes were made. But if we had focused more on tools for the people using the service rather than tools for us, and moved much faster towards absolute transparency, we probably wouldn’t be in this situation of needing a fresh reset (which I am supportive of). Again, I own all of this and our actions, and all I can do is work to make it right.

Back to the principles. Of course governments want to shape and control the public conversation, and will use every method at their disposal to do so, including the media. And the power a corporation wields to do the same is only growing. It’s critical that the people have tools to resist this, and that those tools are ultimately owned by the people. Allowing a government or a few corporations to own the public conversation is a path towards centralized control.

I’m a strong believer that any content produced by someone for the internet should be permanent until the original author chooses to delete it. It should be always available and addressable. Content takedowns and suspensions should not be possible. Doing so complicates important context, learning, and enforcement of illegal activity. There are significant issues with this stance of course, but starting with this principle will allow for far better solutions than we have today. The internet is trending towards a world were storage is “free” and infinite, which places all the actual value on how to discover and see content.

Which brings me to the last principle: moderation. I don’t believe a centralized system can do content moderation globally. It can only be done through ranking and relevance algorithms, the more localized the better. But instead of a company or government building and controlling these solely, people should be able to build and choose from algorithms that best match their criteria, or not have to use any at all. A “follow” action should always deliver every bit of content from the corresponding account, and the algorithms should be able to comb through everything else through a relevance lens that an individual determines. There’s a default “G-rated” algorithm, and then there’s everything else one can imagine.

The only way I know of to truly live up to these 3 principles is a free and open protocol for social media, that is not owned by a single company or group of companies, and is resilient to corporate and government influence. The problem today is that we have companies who own both the protocol and discovery of content. Which ultimately puts one person in charge of what’s available and seen, or not. This is by definition a single point of failure, no matter how great the person, and over time will fracture the public conversation, and may lead to more control by governments and corporations around the world. 

I believe many companies can build a phenomenal business off an open protocol. For proof, look at both the web and email. The biggest problem with these models however is that the discovery mechanisms are far too proprietary and fixed instead of open or extendable. Companies can build many profitable services that complement rather than lock down how we access this massive collection of conversation. There is no need to own or host it themselves.

Many of you won’t trust this solution just because it’s me stating it. I get it, but that’s exactly the point. Trusting any one individual with this comes with compromises, not to mention being way too heavy a burden for the individual. It has to be something akin to what bitcoin has shown to be possible. If you want proof of this, get out of the US and European bubble of the bitcoin price fluctuations and learn how real people are using it for censorship resistance in Africa and Central/South America.

I do still wish for Twitter, and every company, to become uncomfortably transparent in all their actions, and I wish I forced more of that years ago. I do believe absolute transparency builds trust. As for the files, I wish they were released Wikileaks-style, with many more eyes and interpretations to consider. And along with that, commitments of transparency for present and future actions. I’m hopeful all of this will happen. There’s nothing to hide…only a lot to learn from. The current attacks on my former colleagues could be dangerous and doesn’t solve anything. If you want to blame, direct it at me and my actions, or lack thereof.

As far as the free and open social media protocol goes, there are many competing projects: @bluesky is one with the AT Protocol, Mastodon another, Matrix yet another…and there will be many more. One will have a chance at becoming a standard like HTTP or SMTP. This isn’t about a “decentralized Twitter.” This is a focused and urgent push for a foundational core technology standard to make social media a native part of the internet. I believe this is critical both to Twitter’s future, and the public conversation’s ability to truly serve the people, which helps hold governments and corporations accountable. And hopefully makes it all a lot more fun and informative again.


To accelerate open internet and protocol work, I’m going to open a new category of #startsmall grants: “open internet development.” It will start with a focus of giving cash and equity grants to engineering teams working on social media and private communication protocols, bitcoin, and a web-only mobile OS. I’ll make some grants next week, starting with $1mm/yr to Signal. Please let me know other great candidates for this money.

*  *  *

As you might imagine, Dorsey's holier-than-thou views prompted some pushback on social media...

I agree users should be in charge of their own algorithms and a few other things. It's a bit late for these epiphanies, sadly.

— (((clevecarole))) (@Clevecarole) December 13, 2022

If you knew how to fix it, why didnt you when you had the chance ?

— Iain (@iain3000) December 13, 2022

Too little to late.

— Omnimatty (@omnimattyc) December 13, 2022

@jack You caved and history will remember you as a coward. That is all.

— CryptoJbot (@CryptoJbot) December 13, 2022

You hired people that thought alike and then gave them free reign to do as they wished. They banned and suspended on a whim for wrong speak.

— Tyrone Jackson (@TyroneBJackson) December 13, 2022

This is pretty weak. I’d just accept the responsibility that Twitter was being run by a cult of middle managers who had personal opinions and vendettas against certain accounts. In addition, you allowed child exploitation, for that you should apologize.

— Chef Andrew Gruel (@ChefGruel) December 13, 2022

I read it, it doesn't really make any sense.
Summary: We did the right thing but it was the wrong thing. It was simultaneously not wrong at the time but clearly wrong at the time. I was the CEO but I was a nobody. There was nothing I could do but I had total power.

— Lastdance 🇺🇦 (@Lastdance_LL) December 13, 2022
Tyler Durden Tue, 12/13/2022 - 18:45


The biggest 'Twitter Files' scandal has been overlooked

FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies to the Senate Nov. 17, 2022 (Video screenshot)

FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies to the Senate Nov. 17, 2022 (Video screenshot)

In the flood of information from Elon Musk's release of internal Twitter documents – the "Twitter Files" – both pundits and the public are missing "the most egregious political scandal in recent history," contends Washington attorney and political commentator Margot Cleveland.

The big story, writes The Federalist's senior legal correspondent, is that the FBI "interfered in the 2020 election by lying to tech giants about the Hunter Biden laptop story to induce Twitter, Facebook, and likely others to censor the story."

The bureau targeted the New York Post's Oct. 14, 2020 article – "Smoking-Gun Email Reveals How Hunter Biden Introduced Ukrainian Businessman to VP Dad" – presenting emails, text messages and videos countering Joe Biden's claim he never discussed with his son the family's business of selling access to the White House.

The first edition of the "Twitter Files," by independent journalist Matt Taibbi, showed Twitter censored the Post's story based on its "hacked materials" policy and suspending the paper's official account.

Yoel Roth, then Twitter's head of trust and safety, justified the censorship despite the facts remaining "unclear," insisting there were "SEVERE risks here and lessons of 2016," when Donald Trump won the White House.

But intelligence agencies already had primed Twitter and Facebook to censor the Post story, casting it as malign interference in the election.

Roth acknowledged in a Dec. 21, 2020, declaration to the Federal Election Commission that "since 2018 he had regular meetings with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and industry peers regarding election security."

"During these weekly meetings, the federal law enforcement agencies communicated that they expected 'hack-and-leak operations' by state actors might occur in the period shortly before the 2020 presidential election, likely in October," Roth said.

During those meetings, Roth said, he learned "that there were rumors that a hack-and-leak operation would involve Hunter Biden."

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg admitted during an August 2020 interview with Joe Rogan that the FBI "basically came to us, some folks on our team, [saying,] 'Hey just so you know, you should be on high alert."

The bureau, according to Zuckerberg, pointed to "Russian propaganda in the 2016 election" and said "we have it on notice that basically there's about to be some kind of dump similar to that so just be vigilant."

Cleveland wrote that the FBI's "warning and the federal government's efforts to prompt the private censorship of speech, however, are not the heart of the scandal."

"Worse still is that the New York Post story was true, the computer files were not hacked, and the October surprise was not Russian disinformation but a legitimate and important news report establishing Joe Biden lied to the American public about his knowledge of his son's business dealings and was also implicated in a pay-to-play scandal," she said.

She noted that the FBI knew those facts for nearly one year after having seized the Hunter Biden laptop from the computer repair shop owner in December 2019.

"So, not only did the FBI prompt Twitter and Facebook to censor the Hunter Biden laptop story, the bureau did so by deceiving the companies," she wrote.

Cleveland concluded: "The FBI lied so Joe Biden's campaign would survive — and that scandal is far worse than our government prompting the private censorship of speech based on the intelligence community's honest assessment that a story or post is Russian disinformation."

EDITOR’S NOTE: Leftwing billionaire George Soros bankrolls everything evil – most recently the 75 pro-criminal “Soros district attorneys” who have transformed America’s most dynamic cities into degraded, crime-infested hellscapes of skyrocketing violent crime. Soros also funds drug legalization, euthanasia, open borders, globalism, Black Lives Matter, “defunding the police,” devaluing America's currency and destroying her sovereignty. But why?

Whistleblower magazine reveals and explores the stunning truth: Soros, an atheist, literally says he’s “some kind of god,” obsessed with re-creating the world in his image. Here are a few actual quotes from Soros: “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood…” “It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.” “You know, in my personal capacity I’m not actually a selfless philanthropic person. I’ve very much self-centered.” “I am kind of a nut who wants to have an impact.” “Next to my fantasies about being God, I also have very strong fantasies of being mad. … I have a lot of madness in my family. So far I have escaped it.”

Except he hasn’t “escaped it.” Not only is Soros totally mad, but he’s imposing his insanity on America. See Soros and the leftwing world he has created and funded as never before in “THE BILLIONAIRE WHO THINKS HE’S ‘GOD’: Why George Soros is obsessed with destroying America.”

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Tim Canova: Supreme Court Considers Case Seeking to Overturn 2020 Presidential Election


The U.S. Supreme Court building at night

Guest post by Tim Canova

While there has been much public attention on the U.S. Supreme Court’s present consideration of the “independent state legislature” theory in Moore v. Harper involving North Carolina’s redistricting, that case would not immediately upend the 2020 Presidential Election. In contrast, a little-known case that appeared recently on the Court docket could do just that. The case of Brunson v. Adams, not even reported in the mainstream media, was filed pro se by ordinary American citizens – four brothers from Utah — seeking the removal of President Biden and Vice President Harris, along with 291 U.S. Representatives and 94 U.S. Senators who voted to certify the Electors to the Electoral College on January 6, 2021 without first investigating serious allegations of election fraud in half a dozen states and foreign election interference and breach of national security in the 2020 Presidential Election. The outcome of such relief would presumably be to restore Donald Trump to the presidency.

The important national security interests implicated in this case allowed the Brunsons to bypass an appeal that was frozen at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and get the case to the Supreme Court which has now scheduled a hearing for January 6, 2023. The Brunson Petition for a Writ of Certiorari would require the votes of only four Justices to move the case forward.

It seems astounding that the Court would wade into such waters two years to the day after the Congressional vote to install Joe Biden as President. But these are not normal times. Democrats may well push legislation in this month’s lame duck session of Congress to impose term limits and a mandatory retirement age for Justices, and thereby open the door to packing the Court. Such a course would seem to be clear violations of Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution which provides that Justices “shall hold their Offices during good Behavior.” In addition to such institutional threats to the Supreme Court, several Justices and their families have been living under constant threats to their personal security since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

Perhaps these institutional and security threats have provided powerful incentives for the Court to put Brunson v. Adams on its dockets as a shield to deter any efforts by the lame duck Congress to infringe on the Court’s independence. Or perhaps conservatives on the Court are serious about using the Brunson case as a sword to remove public officials who they believe have violated their constitutional Oaths of office by rubber-stamping Electors on Jan. 6th without first conducting any investigation of serious allegations of election fraud and foreign election interference.

Moreover, recent weeks have brought a cascade of news suggesting the likelihood of an impending constitutional crisis that could be difficult to resolve without the Court’s intervention. It is now clear that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was colluding with social media giants Twitter and Facebook to censor news of Hunter Biden’s laptop in the weeks leading up to the 2020 election – a most egregious First Amendment violation intended to rig the election outcome and perhaps to install an unaccountable and criminal puppet government. Meanwhile, the January 6th committee may soon send a criminal referral to the Justice Department to arrest President Trump even though his reinstated tweets are a reminder that he was not calling for insurrection but for peaceful protest on January 6th. More recently, the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) was reportedly working with Big Tech to censor election critics.

Supreme Court Justices may well see these approaching storm clouds and conclude that the Court’s intervention is necessary to prevent larger civil unrest resulting from constitutional violations that are undermining public trust and confidence in the outcomes of both the 2020 and 2022 elections. When criminals break the law — state and federal statutes — to rig an election, we are dependent on prosecutions by law enforcement agencies that have sadly become politicized and complicit. When they break the Constitution – the supreme law of the land, the final recourse may be the Supreme Court.

As the Brunson lawsuit argues, all of Congress was put on notice prior to its January 6th vote by more than a hundred of its own members detailing serious allegations of election frauds and calling for creation of an electoral commission to investigate the allegations.

Moreover, the Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) was required to submit a report on foreign threats to the 2020 Presidential election by December 18, 2020. That deadline was set by executive order and by Congress itself. When December 18th came and went without ODNI submitting its report, Congress should have started asking questions and investigating. In fact, DNI John Ratcliffe announced on that day that the 17 U.S. intelligence agencies he was overseeing had found evidence of foreign election interference but were split as to its significance and whether such breach of national security was sufficient to overturn the outcome of the election. And yet there was no action whatsoever by Congress, no inquiry and no investigation. Instead, Congress approved the possibly fraudulent election results on January 6th without asking any questions of the DNI and the Intelligence Community.

When the results of the 1876 presidential election were in doubt, Congress created a special Electoral Commission made up of five House members, five Senators, and five Supreme Court Justices to investigate. In contrast, in early 2021 Congress had nearly two weeks to investigate before the January 20th date of the Presidential Inauguration. Had Congress waited even just one more day, they would have received the long-awaited ODNI report reflecting a split in the Intelligence Community and the DNI’s own conclusion that the People’s Republic of China had interfered to influence the outcome of the presidential election. As Dr. Barry A. Zulauf, the Analytic Ombudsman for the Intelligence Community, concluded at the time, the Intelligence Community shamefully delayed their findings until after the January 6th Electoral College certification by Congress because of their political disagreements with the Trump administration. This paints a picture of collusion and conspiracy involving members of Congress and U.S. intelligence agencies to coverup evidence of foreign election interference and constituting the crime of High Treason.

The Brunson lawsuit does not claim the election was stolen, merely that a large majority of Congress, by failing to investigate such serious allegations of election rigging and breaches of national security, violated their Oaths to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic – an Oath also taken by Supreme Court Justices and members of the U.S. military.

The fact that the Brunson case has made it to the Court’s docket suggests profound concerns about a lawless January 6th Congressional committee, politicized federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies, and major constitutional violations intended to overthrow an elected government by manipulating the outcome of the presidential election.

*  The writer is a Professor of Law at the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law in Fort Lauderdale where he teaches Constitutional Law. For faculty bio:


[1]  Matthew Vadum, “Supreme Court Hears Case That Could Empower State Legislatures, Not Judges, to Regulate Elections,” The Epoch Times, Dec. 7, 2022:

[2]  Raland J. Brunson v. Alma S. Adams, et al., Supreme Court Case No. 22-380, Docketed Oct. 24, 2022:

[3]  Raland J. Brunson v. Alma Adams, et al., Petition for a Writ of Certiorari:

[4]  Jordan Conradson, “Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer Colluded With Federal Agency, CISA, To Censor Election Critics,” The Gateway Pundit, Dec. 7, 2022:

[5]  Masooma Haq, “DNI John Ratcliffe Confirmed There Was Foreign Interference in November Elections: Report,” The Epoch Times, Dec. 17, 2020:

[6]  Jerry Dunleavy, “Intelligence analysts downplayed Chinese election influence to avoid supporting Trump policies, inspector finds,” Washington Examiner, Jan. 7, 2021:

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Monday, December 12, 2022

“Maricopa County Doing What They Can To Obstruct Transparency” – Maricopa County Recount Raises Red Flags As Republicans Are Excluded From Hand Counting Boards


Maricopa County just stole another election, and it appears they are doing everything possible to refuse honesty and transparency in their ongoing automatic recounts.

Arizona and Maricopa County are recounting several close races that fell within the .05% margin of victory to trigger an automatic recount.

Races for Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction, and State Representative in Legislative District 13 (Maricopa County only) met the criteria for the recount.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, Trump-Endorsed Arizona Attorney General Nominee Abe Hamadeh has already filed a lawsuit contesting the fraudulent Midterm Election in Arizona.

JUST IN: Arizona Attorney General Nominee Abe Hamadeh Files Election Contest Lawsuit – FILING INCLUDED

Kari Lake also filed a lawsuit to nullify the election for Governor and approve a full audit of signatures and machine failures.

It was revealed by a Runbeck whistleblower in Lake’s filing that HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of ballots did not have any chain of custody documentation.

HUGE: Runbeck Whistleblower Reveals That Chain Of Custody For OVER 298,942 Maricopa County Ballots Delivered To Runbeck On Election Day Did Not Exist, Employees Allowed To Add Family Members’ Ballots Without Any Documentation

These illegal ballots should nullify the entire election.

With the recount underway, Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward tweeted yesterday,

Ward: I just heard through the grapevine that @MaricopaVote is doing the hand recount RIGHT NOW with Democrats & Libertarians while Republicans are there and are being ignored as they beg to be placed on these boards. Another reason for partisan observers! Will Maricopa ever shape up?

I just heard through the grapevine that @MaricopaVote is doing the hand recount RIGHT NOW with Democrats & Libertarians while Republicans are there and are being ignored as they beg to be placed on these boards. Another reason for partisan observers! Will Maricopa ever shape up?

— Dr. Kelli Ward 🇺🇸 (@kelliwardaz) December 11, 2022


Arizona election expert Gina Swoboda told The Gateway Pundit, “hand count boards have started doing a hand count on the election day ballots, which obviously are of great concern because we have all these misread ballots on election day because of the failures of the ballot on-demand printers.”

One of these hand count boards had three people, but no Republicans were on the board. Instead, Maricopa County selected two Democrats and one Libertarian.

When an observer asked Elections Director Reynaldo Valenzuela to place a Republican on the board, Valenzuela refused, telling the observer that it was not required.

This is correct according to ARS 16-602, which states, “For the hand count to proceed, not more than seventy-five percent of the persons performing the hand count shall be from the same political party.”

Although it was legal to have a table without Republican oversight, there were enough Republicans to ensure full participation in the process.

According to Swodoba, some tables had two Republican observers and one Democrat.

“We said, well, why don’t you take one of those Republicans and switch them out with the Democrats so each of these two tables has one person from each party, so everyone feels confident in the transparency, and they were refusing to do it,” said Swodoba. She also asked, “is it wise? Is it transparent? Is it going to restore confidence to a shaken electorate that just saw what I consider to be a catastrophic failure of Maricopa County to execute properly on election day?”

“All they have to do is switch two people in a chair.”

The Gateway Pundit reported that the Arizona election was stolen from Kari Lake and other Trump-Endorsed candidates for office through censorship on social media and massive election-day irregularities. Machines and printers in red districts failed Republican voters on election day, causing as long as four-hour waits and disenfranchising Republicans. Elections officials also colluded with big tech and the Federal Government to silence their Republican opponents.

Why is Maricopa County still refusing to cooperate?

“The fact that they want to argue about it is, to me, they’re like aggressively defensive. They won’t cooperate. They feel combative in every single interaction,” said Swodoba.

Swodoba and the Maricopa County GOP Chairwoman both called the other Election Director, Scott Jarret, to raise these concerns, but he still refused to move a Republican to the table. It wasn’t until Kelli Ward fired off a tweet and alerted the public about their shenanigans that Maricopa County finally decided to switch the chairs and allow a Republican to hand count the ballots.

“So we had to have a bunch of phone calls, a tweet from the Chair, and they did eventually do it, but it is, again, just a continuum of Maricopa County doing what they can to obstruct transparency,” Swodoba told us.

Swodoba also  told The Gateway Pundit that the recount of ballots in Maricopa County is happening suspiciously fast, and “they’re magically able to tabulate like twice as many ballots as they were able to tabulate during the actual election.” The retabulation of ballots and hand counting of ballots was not projected to be completed until the 17th, but Swodoba now expects Maricopa County to finish by tomorrow.

“They’re moving with Lightspeed, and given that they are people that moved so slowly that caused the crisis of confidence, that’s quite interesting,” Swodoba said.

As The Gateway Pundit reported, Maricopa County took nearly two weeks to count the General Election ballots. Swodoba told us that the County has “no additional staff” for this recount of the races.

The Gateway Pundit will provide updates on the shady recount of Maricopa County’s fraudulent Midterm Election.

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