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ICE Lies About Immigrant Tracking?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials reportedly announced during an agency event that the number of illegal immigrants caught by the GPS tracking monitoring system was currently 8,118. However, on their website, the number is stated to be 56,805 according to a Daily Caller report. The ICE reportedly announced this low figure to those attending an event focused on the agency’s ...

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Republicans Turn On Trump

Rep. Mike Turner (Ohio), the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, on Sunday condemned the statements by former President Donald Trump that certain parts of the constitution should be terminated because of his unfounded claims of widespread fraud during the 2020 presidential election. While speaking with CBS’s “Face the Nation,” moderator Margaret Brennan, Turner was asked about his thoughts ...

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Herschel Walker Steals Credit From Trump?

A video of Herschel Walker taking credit for the intelligence of Donald Trump’s children has resurfaced. Reportedly the Republican U.S. Senate candidate for Georgia had noted how he had spent time with both Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. while they were growing up and was in part responsible for their intelligence. Walker’s statement was made during an event talking ...

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Republicans Evacuate Blue States

A new Trafalgar/COSA national survey shows that many Republicans and independents have been moving to different states whose policies align with their beliefs. Mark Meckler, President of the Convention of States Action, noted that since the CIVD-19 outbreak there has been a large number of citizens who have left from blue states and moved to different areas. This is further ...

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Democrat Doubles Down On Leadership Role

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer are set to step down from their position at the end of Congress next year. However, South Carolina Rep. Jim Clyburn told CBS’s “Face The Nation” that he has no intention to leave his leadership position in the party, and that he was going to work to ensure that southern representation in ...

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Biden Under Neurological Assessment

On November 20th, 2022 President Biden turned 80. This birthday led to an increase in the number of people who have questioned whether Biden is capable of serving as President despite his advanced age. Biden is now officially the oldest serving President as he has officially surpassed President Reagan. Biden himself admitted in October during an interview with MSNBC that ...

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Trump’s Reaction To Being Back On Twitter

Donald Trump’s Twitter account was officially reinstated on Saturday afternoon. However, the former President has not yet expressed whether he would be returning to the platform. Trump posted on Truth Social, a social media platform that he has been actively using in place of Twitter since his lifetime ban in January 2021, saying that he was not planning on switching ...

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State Asks Court To Ban Abortion Immediately

Georgia officials have asked the court to immediately reconsider a judge’s decision to block the state’s abortion ban. asked a court on Friday to immediately block a judge’s ruling striking down the state’s abortion ban. The ruling would allow for abortions to continue to be performed after the sixth week of pregnancy. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney’s made ...

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Kari Lake Sued By Who?

The estate of the late rock singer Tom Petty criticized Kari Lake on Friday for illegally using one of his most popular songs in her “failed campaign” for governor of Arizona. In a statement which was posted on Twitter, the estate is looking into their legal options after the campaign used Petty’s hit song “I Won’t Back Down.” In the ...

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Top Biden Official Defends Who?

A top Biden official from the Justice Department has recently moved on from the DOJ and is currently working for a law firm representing Hunter Biden. Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, is currently under investigation over his business dealings. Nicholas McQuaid, who was previously the acting chief of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division under the Biden administration, was ...

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