FBI Narrative About the Jan. 6th Capitol ‘Insurrection’ Is IMPLODING

An explosive report over the weekend claims to show that alleged Capitol riot organizers were actually government informants and that, far from being in the dark, the FBI knew in advance it needed to harden the target and didn’t. The New York Times reported Saturday that “records, and information from two people familiar with the matter,… Read More FBI Narrative About the Jan. 6th Capitol ‘Insurrection’ Is IMPLODING

Massachusetts police union says DOZENS of state troopers have quit over Gov. Charlie Baker’s COVID vaccine mandate

 A Massachusetts police union said on Friday that dozen of state troopers have resigned over a COVID vaccine mandate for state workers.  The mandate requires state workers to get the vaccine shot by October 17 or may face termination from their jobs.  A lawsuit was filed by The State Police Association of Massachusetts – a union that… Read More Massachusetts police union says DOZENS of state troopers have quit over Gov. Charlie Baker’s COVID vaccine mandate

Democratic Party of Tennessee Admits To Violations After Misreporting Millions Of Dollars

The Democratic Party of Tennessee agreed to pay a six-figure fine to settle a Federal Election Commission case alleging that it misreported millions of dollars in campaign funds, according to new FEC documents. In January, FEC commissioners voted unanimously that they found “reason to believe that the Tennessee Democratic Party violated” the law by “failing… Read More Democratic Party of Tennessee Admits To Violations After Misreporting Millions Of Dollars

Ohio Judge Orders Hospital to Treat Ventilated COVID-19 Patient With Ivermectin

A Butler County judge in Ohio has ordered a hospital to administer Ivermectin to a ventilated COVID-19 patient, granting an emergency relief filed by the patient’s wife. Butler County Common Pleas Judge Gregory Howard ruled last week that West Chester Hospital, part of the University of Cincinnati’s health network UC Health, must “immediately administer Ivermectin” to patient Jeffrey… Read More Ohio Judge Orders Hospital to Treat Ventilated COVID-19 Patient With Ivermectin

Florida Lawmaker: Arrest the Federal Government’s Door to Door Vaccine Shills

Florida state representative and U.S. House candidate Anthony Sabatini (R) tweeted Tuesday that a federal official knocking on people’s doors to pressure them to take the coronavirus vaccine “should be treated as a trespasser and ARRESTED.” “Any Federal government employee that goes door to door pushing vaccination should be treated as a trespasser and ARRESTED,”… Read More Florida Lawmaker: Arrest the Federal Government’s Door to Door Vaccine Shills

Texas judge denies US citizen due process rights, sends her before Islamic Sharia tribunal instead

A judge in Texas earlier this year effectively denied a U.S. citizen her constitutionally protected due process rights, choosing instead to order her to appear before an Islamic tribunal where her testimony is considered inferior. And when her lawyers sounded the alarm — the judge doubled down. What are the details? In March, Collin County… Read More Texas judge denies US citizen due process rights, sends her before Islamic Sharia tribunal instead

Nolte: Prominent BLM Activist Threatens Cities ‘on Fire’ if Chauvin Not Convicted

Maya Echols, a prominent Black Lives Matter activist, threatened that cities will be “on fire” if Derek Chauvin is not convicted. Side note: So what? I don’t live there. Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, is currently on trial for the murder of George Floyd. “If George Floyd’s murderer is not sentenced, just know that… Read More Nolte: Prominent BLM Activist Threatens Cities ‘on Fire’ if Chauvin Not Convicted

Pirate Bay: Law Firm Wins Prestigious Industry Award For Dynamic Blocking Injunction

In the summer of 2020, a long-running case filed by several movie companies against Swedish ISP Telia was concluded in favor of the rights holders. The result was Sweden’s first ‘dynamic’ blocking injunction against The Pirate Bay and several other platforms. The law firm responsible for that victory has now been handed a prestigious industry… Read More Pirate Bay: Law Firm Wins Prestigious Industry Award For Dynamic Blocking Injunction

Massive 78% Of Mail-In Ballots Proved Fraudulent, Judge Orders Election Do-Over.

A Mississippi judge ruled in favor of a new election following overwhelming evidence of mail-in ballot fraud. “In the sixty-four-page order, Judge Jeff Weill not only calls for a new election but also finds evidence of fraud and criminal activity, in how absentee ballots were handled, how votes were counted, and the actions by some… Read More Massive 78% Of Mail-In Ballots Proved Fraudulent, Judge Orders Election Do-Over.

U.S. Navy is Liable for Mass Software Piracy, Appeals Court Rules

The United States Navy is liable for a mass copyright infringement. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit sided with the German software company Bitmanagement, which accused the Navy of copying software without permission. Bitmanagement claimed more than $500 million in damages, but the final amount has yet to be determined. The US Government… Read More U.S. Navy is Liable for Mass Software Piracy, Appeals Court Rules