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Caller Tells Biden “Let’s Go Brandon” on Livestreamed Call

Those in the know, know that the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” is really  code for “F*ck Joe Biden. A caller in a Christmas Eve livestream call-in event used the not-so-flattering euphemism to close a call with the President himself. The caller from Oregon who had the opportunity to participate in a live stream Christmas Eve Phone call with President Biden ...

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Dems Up Against the Clock to Move Stagnant Agenda Forward

Congressional Democrats face a stalled agenda and limited time to get it moving again when they return in January. Democrats hoped in the new year to be sending the $1.75 trillion Build Back Better legislation to President Joe Biden’s desk, along with a voting and election overhaul bill that would expand access to the polls ahead of the critical midterm ...

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Will Counsel John Durham Go After The FBI Next?

Investigative reporter John Solomon has a theory about who special counsel John Durham will go after next — the FBI. During an interview on Fox News, Solomon and host Maria Bartiromo spoke about Durham’s investigation and what might be next. Russian-born analyst Igor Danchenko — key source for the Steele dossier that alleged ties between the Donald Trump campaign and ...

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Head of DEA Says Fentanyl Is Flooding Through Porous Southern Border

The Biden administration is failing to stop the illicit drug fentanyl from flooding the streets of the US. According to his own chief of the DEA, the near epidemic use of the deadly drug is largely thanks to Biden’s lax border policies. Biden’s administrator of the Drug Enforcement Agency, Anne Milgram, sounded the alarm on fentanyl-laced products plaguing the nation. ...

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‘Squad’ Member Pressley: Student Debt is ‘Violence’

There’s a new form of violence in Democrats’ vocabulary. Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts took to social media to push President Biden to universally cancel student debt for U.S. college students and graduates. Reporting on her own canvassing efforts, Pressley said allowing student debt to continue was a form of violence. “Let’s make it plain: student debt is policy violence,” Pressley wrote. “We’ll keep ...

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Democrats May Regret Corrupting Congress

Many folks lament the contemporary partisan political atmosphere – longing for the days of “collegiality” and cooperation among members of Congress. The burden to maintain that collegial atmosphere relies disproportionately on the party that has the majority. That is because the Constitution gives the majority party vast powers to be used or abused.  These are autocratic powers that are tempered ...

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Companies That Aligned With “Defund the Police” Orgs Now Calling for Backup

Retail CEOs are calling on Congress for help amid the smash-and-grab lootings that are leaving them grappling with hundreds of thousands of dollars of lost or stolen merchandise. Some of those same companies, however, supported organizations last year that have called to defund or overhaul policing in the United States.  “Many corporate leaders jumped on the woke bandwagon and wrote big ...

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Over 100,000 Illegals Flooded Freely Into US Since October 1

Encounters between migrant sand Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents in the Rio Grande Valley are on the rise!  News outlets are reporting that one sector of the southern border has seen more than 100,000 illegal encounters since October 1, which is a 163% increase from the same time period in 2020. The numbers come as the U.S. has struggled ...

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What Does Twitter Not Want You To See, This Time?

Twitter has banned the popular Maxwell Trial Tracker account from its platform. The account, affiliated with The Free Press Report from the PatriotOne Substack, posted updates about the claims raised in the criminal trial against Maxwell, who is accused of trafficking teenage girls for deceased billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. In a post written to the PatriotOne substack, The Free Press ...

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Rittenhouse Censorship on Facebook Comes To An End

If you’re tired of censorship, cancel culture, and the erosion of civil liberties subscribe to Reclaim The Net. Facebook has reversed a policy implemented in August 2020, which banned searches of Kyle Rittenhouse. The company did not say why it reversed the policy. On August 25, 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed two people and injured one during riots in Kenosha, ...

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