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Germany is falling apart, the green new deal is ripping the country apart. The people are beginning to rise up. As the economy implodes the people are now seeing the silent thieves. The [CB] will be pushed into a corner, there will be no escape. The [DS] is now building the cyber narrative, Trump is going to show the people how the [DS] cheated in the election. The [DS] is going to be trapped and they will push their event. Trump has warned the people that war is coming and the people will need to make a decision. As the people see it all play out, they will accept what needs to be done.
NEW – Germany’s imported LNG natural gas, for example, from the United States is far more harmful to the climate than burning coal, according to a new analysis. pic.twitter.com/eUi0OhVJSb
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 12, 2023
California Gov. Gavin Newsom Declares ‘State of Emergency’ After Massive Industrial Fire
- On Saturday, Governor Gavin Newsom of California declared a state of emergency in response to a massive industrial fire. The fiery incident resulted in the closure of one of the busiest freeways in downtown Los Angeles.
- “The state is mobilizing resources and taking steps to ensure any necessary repairs are completed as soon as possible to minimize the impact on those traveling in and around Los Angeles,” Newsom said in a statement.
- “The state will assess damage, remove hazardous waste and begin repairs as soon as the site can be accessed,” he added. “Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol will continue to provide updates as they become available.”
Speaker Mike Johnson Unveils ‘Two-Part’ Continuing Resolution to Prevent Government Shutdown
- Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) announced a strategic plan to prevent a government shutdown after November 17. Johnson introduced a unique “two-part” continuing resolution. This plan, presented to GOP members over a call on Saturday, aims to extend multiple appropriations bills split into two timeframes: mid-January and early February.
- The unique feature of this approach is its segmented timeline: it extends the Agriculture, Military Construction and Veterans Affairs, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Energy and Water appropriations bills until January 19, while the remaining bills would be extended until February 2.
- This resolution notably excludes aid to Ukraine and Israel and does not prolong FISA 702 authorities. However, it does extend the expired Farm Bill provisions through September 2024, the Washington Examiner reported.
This two-step continuing resolution is a necessary bill to place House Republicans in the best position to fight for conservative victories. The bill will stop the absurd holiday-season omnibus tradition of massive, loaded up spending bills introduced right before the Christmas…
— Speaker Mike Johnson (@SpeakerJohnson) November 11, 2023
- recess. Separating out the CR from the supplemental funding debates places our conference in the best position to fight for fiscal responsibility, oversight over Ukraine aid, and meaningful policy changes at our Southern border. With our debt spiraling out of control, the rising costs of ‘Bidenomics’ hurting families, and our Southern border wide open, House Republicans must position ourselves best to fight for the American people.
I voted NO to both CRs before and I’m voting NO to this clean CR.
We need to finish approps and the Senate needs to do their job.
NO MONEY TO UKRAINE!
CLOSE THE BORDER!
STOP THE WEAPONIZED GOVERNMENT!
IMPEACH BIDEN, MAYORKAS, WRAY, GARLAND, AND GRAVES! https://t.co/X8baKyXUDm
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) November 11, 2023
So much for reaching the stars… One week of interest on the national debt is roughly equivalent to NASA’s entire annual budget. (~$20 billion) pic.twitter.com/FHdCl0NDUS
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) November 10, 2023
– Jerome Powell says “close the f****** door”
– Moody’s downgrades U.S to negative from stable
– World’s largest bank gets hacked, forced to trade via USB stick
– Elon Musk releases “Grok” to rival ChatGPT
-WeWork filed for bankruptcy
-Oil prices drop, down…
— Genevieve Roch-Decter, CFA (@GRDecter) November 11, 2023
- -FED says will hike rates further if necessary
- -Bitcoin hits +$37k, up +6% this week and +124% YTD
- -Mortgage rates drop by largest amount in a year
- -Ken Griffins says U.S is “spending on the government level like a drunken sailor”
- -Microsoft stock hits record high
- -BlackRock files for Spot Ethereum ETF with NASDAQ
- -Lucid stock hits record low
- -80% of S&P 500 firms have reported Q3, less than HALF beat revenue estimates
- -U.S Treasury’s $24 billion 30-year bond auction goes poorly, weak demand
- -Hollywood actors’ union agrees tentative deal to end 4-month strike
- -Plug Power collapses after ‘going concern’ warning from hydrogen developer
- -Consumer alert: excess savings in the US peaked in August 2021 at a $2.1 trillion. Now down to just $148 billion
- -US car owners falling behind on payments at highest rate on record
- -Credit card debt hits $1.08 trillion in US, a record high
- What a week!
- You can’t make this stuff up!
- Close to 3-in-5 likely swing state voters support United States tariffs on Chinese imports that President Donald Trump imposed, according to the latest New York Times/Siena College poll.
- The poll, which included likely voters from Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, reveals that 57 percent of these voters back the billions in tariffs Trump imposed on China while president — some of which President Joe Biden has left in place.
- Fewer than 3-in-10 of likely swing state voters oppose U.S. tariffs on China.
- “A system of capitalism presumes sound money, not fiat money manipulated by a central bank. Capitalism cherishes voluntary contracts and interest rates that are determined by savings, not credit creation by a central bank.”
Who are the Silent Thieves?
Why are they manipulating you?
How are they stealing your wealth?
What is inflation?
Taxation without representation.
PUT AN END TO THE ENDLESS.
San Francisco finally fixed the homeless crisis. All it took was a visit from a world dictator.
Before Xi: After: pic.twitter.com/2WimoNHC49
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) November 12, 2023
Longtime Democrat From New York, Brian Higgins, to Leave Congress Next Year
- U.S. Rep. Brian Higgins, D-N.Y., will leave Congress in February after 19 years,
🎬 **PREMIERING NOW** 🎬#GaveledOut: Return of The People’s House (2023)
Get ready to dive into the heart of the battle for the gavel that led to the ousting of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House.
It’s not just a film, it’s a movement. pic.twitter.com/txq8rUKzxm
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) November 10, 2023
Democrats let other Democrats get away with everything. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is anything but Biden settling a beef he has with Eric Adams because Adams committed the sin of highlighting Joe’s open border disaster. If he covered for Joe, Joe would cover for him. pic.twitter.com/24ayRnPohi
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) November 10, 2023
🚨 Over the last two days, @GOPoversight:
✅ Subpoenaed Hunter Biden
✅ Subpoenaed James Biden
✅ Subpoenaed Rob Walker
✅ Subpoenaed Eric Schwerin
✅ Subpoenaed Mervyn Yan
✅ Subpoenaed Elizabeth Naftali
✅ Subpoenaed Hunter’s Art Dealer
— Rep. James Comer (@RepJamesComer) November 10, 2023
- , a federal judge approved the $290 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit brought by the sex abuse victims of Epstein against JPMorgan Chase—a close mutual business associate of both Gates and Epstein.
- Over this past year, JPMorgan has agreed to pay an additional $75 million—for a combined total of $365 million—to settle another lawsuit relating to its established banking relationship with Epstein. The suits revealed that JPMorgan facilitated approximately $1 billion in transfers for Epstein which the bank admitted were “human trafficking” related.
A sitting US Senator filed a subpoena yesterday for the Epstein flight logs and as of right now, only conservative news outlets are reporting it.
This seems like a huge story. Where’s the mainstream media? NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, Associated Press? Don’t they want to get to the… pic.twitter.com/YQuOlWyHm9
— Patri0tsareinContr0l (@Patri0tContr0l) November 10, 2023
- the bottom of the Epstein flight logs?
Subpoenas to be issued for the following:
- Justice Sotomayer’s staff who helped to sell her books as well as to her publisher to fully understand the back story of these deals
- Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to provide the flight logs for his private plane.
- Secretary Becerra to come before this committee and explain to us how HHS and the
- Office of Refugee Resettlement has lost track of 85,000 children.
- The Biden DOJ to provide all documentation about their disastrous decision to terminate the successful China Initiative. That was a program that was critical to targeting and prosecuting Chinese Spies in America.
- All documents relating to any political donations and participation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s staff, in order to get to the bottom of the attempt to take down President Trump
- To compel DOJ and the FTC to provide all documents related to the investigation of Elon Musk, as related to two tiers of justice and the goal of censoring conservative speech online.
“In the new world, you have to accept total transparency. It will become integrated into your personality”
“But if you have nothing to hide you shouldn’t be afraid.”
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) November 12, 2023
- Amendment IV. “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
- An unalienable right of privacy
- Before the Revolutionary War, Great Britain considered America to be a financial investment; and colonists had few rights, including rights against invasion of privacy into their own homes. “Writs of assistance” could easily be issued by the government for searching and seizing, irrespective of “probable cause.” If an official or agent just thought there was contraband in any place, they could seize and seize. The Fourth Amendment of our Constitution addressed that unalienable right of privacy.
Representatives of a US government front group, “Stanford Internet Observatory,” denied ever demanding censorship of anyone. They lied, and we have the proof. They got social media companies to censor accurate Covid information in a clear violation of the First Amendment. Bam. pic.twitter.com/WzBPANPSSL
— Michael Shellenberger (@shellenberger) November 10, 2023
“How concerned are you about the U.S. government spying on American citizens?”
All Voters: 74% 👁️
Story – https://t.co/qSsSukh42b https://t.co/4zDGe1JiAp
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) November 11, 2023
- A federal appeals court shot holes in a rule imposed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives intended to crack down on so-called “ghost guns.”
- A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said a 2022 rule aimed at weapons that could be built from parts bought online without a background check exceeded the agency’s authority.
- All three judges on the panel were appointed by former President Donald Trump, according to Reuters.
- Cody Wisniewski, a lawyer for the Firearms Policy Coalition Action Foundation, said the ruling was a “massive victory against ATF and a huge blow to the Biden administration’s gun control agenda.”
- The rule redefined the legal meaning of “firearm,” “frame” and “receiver” as written in the Gun Control Act of 1968.
Judge Kurt Engelhardt wrote in the decision that “law-making power—the ability to transform policy into real-world obligations—lies solely with the legislative branch.”
Judge crushes ATF AR-15 gun ban
- A federal judge l gave millions of gun owners breathing room when he slammed the Biden administration’s effort to ban a big slice of the AR-15 market.
- U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk blocked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives from enforcing its ban on AR-15 style “pistols” equipped with arm braces, calling the agency’s new rule unlawful.
- “Public safety concerns must be addressed in ways that are lawful. This rule is not,” said the Trump-appointed judge.
- The nine-page decision is the latest to challenge the ATF over its rule requiring millions of owners of braced guns to register the firearms and pay a $200 tax, or face 10 years in jail. Kacsmaryk’s decision is the most sweeping, covering the whole country.
- At issue is the ATF’s rule issued earlier this year to ban the braces on the guns. The agency claims it turns a pistol into a dangerous rifle and supporters have cited how the weapons have been used in a handful of mass shootings.
- However, for years before its ban, the ATF allowed the braces to be sold, and they have become so common that some estimate 40 million or more are in circulation, making the AR-style pistol one of the most commonly held firearms in the nation.
- Roman Chervinsky, a colonel in Ukraine’s Special Operations Forces, was integral to the brazen sabotage operation, say people familiar with planning
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported a startling trend: a record high in childhood vaccine refusals.
- According to the CDC’s latest findings, 3% of children entering kindergarten during the 2022-2023 school year were granted vaccine exemptions by their states.
- This figure, though seemingly small, is the highest ever recorded in the U.S. and represents a significant increase from previous years.
- The trend is not isolated to a few states; 40 states witnessed a rise in exemptions, with ten states reporting exemption rates soaring over 5%: Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, and Wisconsin.
- Idaho stands out in this report, with over 12% of its kindergarten population having a vaccine exemption.
- Virginia Democrats last week took control of the state House and retained control of the state Senate by one seat — but a winning senator may have lied about residing in the district, a situation that could lead to the chamber falling into Republican hands.
- Democrats are slated to control the state Senate 21-19, but if Ghazala Hashmi is ineligible to hold office because she lied on her campaign paperwork, then a situation could arise where she is replaced by a Republican, and Republican Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears would cast tie-breaking votes
Federal Judge Totenberg issued an order on Nov. 10th denying the GA SoS/Election Board motion to dismiss the Curling v. Raffensperger case. SoS claimed Dominion was secure.
The case is set for trial beginning Jan. 9th…
— Debbie Dooley (@Crimsontider) November 12, 2023
- Federal Judge Totenberg issued an order on Nov. 10th denying the GA SoS/Election Board motion to dismiss the Curling v. Raffensperger case. SoS claimed Dominion was secure. The case is set for trial beginning Jan. 9th Totenberg was scathing in her order about the massive vulnerabilities of Dominion BMDs and the conduct of Raffensperger and company.
GOP Debate ratings fell into the Trump Quicksand 😁 pic.twitter.com/m3t7oDR6rU
— Patri0tsareinContr0l (@Patri0tContr0l) November 10, 2023
- Robert ‘Beto’ O’Rourke is talking trash about Joe Biden.
- According to Beto, Democrats just aren’t excited about voting for Joe Biden in 2024. He even says that Biden is ‘failing’ Democrats.
- Watch out Biden. When you’ve lost Beto…
- The New York Post reports:
- Watch below:
Good Morning !
There is one subject that is not permitted to be discussed at ANY 2024 Republican Primary Debate.
Guess what it is? pic.twitter.com/RBW2vViULV
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) November 12, 2023
- Judge Aileen Cannon ordered some pretrial deadlines to be moved, however, she denied Trump’s bid to postpone the May 20 trial date in the classified documents case.
- Earlier this month Cannon agreed to delay the trial schedule in Jack Smith’s classified documents case against Trump.
- Obama-appointed Judge Tanya Chutkan partially granted a motion filed by Jack Smith’s prosecutors and ordered Trump to say if he will use ‘advice of counsel’ defense in the January 6 case.
- In August Trump was hit with 4 counts in Jack Smith’s January 6 case up in DC: Conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, obstruction of and attempt to obstruct an official proceeding, and conspiracy against rights.
- In October Jack Smith filed a motion asking for Trump to state his defense strategy.
- “The defendant has provided public notice that he intends to rely on an advice-of-counsel defense at trial,” Smith wrote on October 10. “When a defendant invokes such a defense in court, he waives attorney-client privilege for all communications concerning that defense, and the Government is entitled to additional discovery and may conduct further investigation, both of which may require further litigation and briefing.”
- Chutkan partially granted Smith’s motion.
- “Accordingly, the government’s Motion for Formal Pretrial Notice of the Defendant’s Intent to Rely on Advice-of-Counsel Defense, ECF No. 98, is hereby GRANTED in part and DENIED in part,” Chutkan wrote in a 3-page order.
- Trump may be forced to give up attorney-client privilege if Judge Chutkan allows jurors to consider if Trump’s “reliance on his attorneys raises doubts about criminal intent.” the Washington Examiner reported.
- Excerpt from Washington Examiner:
- In a bombastic legal filing submitted late Friday to the judge who’s scheduled that trial to begin in March, Trump’s attorneys argued he’s the victim of political persecution by President Joe Biden’s administration and should be allowed to use the platform of TV to showcase the proceedings’ unfairness.
- “The prosecution wishes to continue this travesty in darkness. President Trump calls for sunlight,” defense attorneys John Lauro and Todd Blanche wrote. “Every person in America, and beyond, should have the opportunity to study this case firsthand and watch as, if there is a trial, President Trump exonerates himself of these baseless and politically motivated charges.”
- The five-page submission to U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan makes no mention of a federal court rule that has been in place for decades prohibiting broadcasting of criminal court proceedings.
- Prosecutors from special counsel Jack Smith’s team cited that rule last week in opposing the effort by an array of news outlets, including POLITICO, to win permission to offer video and audio coverage of the historic trial of a former — or current — president on criminal charges. Smith’s team also said TV coverage would present risks to the trial, potentially intimidating witnesses and jurors.
- But what about the prohibition against cameras in the courtroom? That’s a sticky problem. Rule 53 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure is very explicit:
- Except as otherwise provided by a statute or these rules, the court must not permit the taking of photographs in the courtroom during judicial proceedings or the broadcasting of judicial proceedings from the courtroom.
- Rule 2 would seem to give the judge leeway to ensure a just proceeding:
- These rules are to be interpreted to provide for the just determination of every criminal proceeding, to secure simplicity in procedure and fairness in administration, and to eliminate unjustifiable expense and delay.
- Given Trump’s unique situation and the effect this case will have on the election, the only way to ensure a “just determination” and address Americans’ concerns about “fairness in administration” would be to have a camera in that courtroom. I would also argue that procedural rules cannot override the important substantive right to a fair trial.
“That special prosecutor could potentially find themselves under the direction of Mike Davis, a former aide to Sen. …Grassley (R-Iowa) and Supreme Court Justice…Gorsuch who has been floated as a potential pick for Trump’s attorney general, including by Don Jr. this week.” pic.twitter.com/vfWxxH9L7F
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) November 11, 2023
Isn’t this what Biden is doing.
Solar “STORM” could kill the internet.. Kek
I’m not sure if this will get filed away with Y2K and the doomsday theory of Dec 12 2012… Which were nothing burgers.
Or if it is foreshadowing for the potential black out that is lore withing some interpretations of the drops.… pic.twitter.com/GIRzr87BZs
— Joe Rambo (@BrainStorm_Joe) November 12, 2023
. Or if it is foreshadowing for the potential black out that is lore withing some interpretations of the drops. [Blackout necessary] Media? Internet? Power grid? H/T Pepe lives matter
Shall we play a game? [N]othing [C]an [S]top [W]hat [I]s [C]oming NCSWIC
Who stepped down today [forced]?
Why is this relevant?
How do you ‘show’ the public the truth?
How do you ‘safeguard’ US elections post-POTUS?
How do you ‘remove’ foreign interference and corruption and install US-owned voter ID law(s) and other safeguards?
It had to be this way.
Sometimes you must walk through the darkness before you see the light.