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Wow!
Senator Dan Sullivan hammers Milley on his treasonous call to his Chinese counterpart.



Senator Harley questions Milley as to whether or not Milley was a bit distracted with his book interviews, while we had rapidly deteriorating conditions in Afghanistan.



Senator Blackburn questions Milley about his leaking.




“We’re in a situation where we have put together, and you guys did it for our administration…President Obama’s administration before this. We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,”
Pres. Select, Joe Biden

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Very funny video from the Babylon Bee linked in a feed from 100PercentFedUp.com -

MUST WATCH: Babylon Bee Produces HILARIOUS Video Mocking FBI Agent’s Role In Domestic Terror Plots

Link to vid is towards the bottom of the article.


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Senator Dan Sullivan hammers Milley on his treasonous call to his Chinese counterpart.
Motherfuckers. I can't listen to their lying bullshit. Mad

Resignation, trial, imprisonment, and that's just for starters. AFAIC, they should be imprisoned for the rest of their lives. Solitary confinement 23.5 hours a day. No visitors, no communication of any kind with the outside world. If they need medical attention, the doctor will visit these traitors in their cell.

I want to hear these fools answer for their actions. I try and listen to this treasonous trash open their cake holes but I just have to shut it off. Mad
 
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Earlier today Joint Chiefs Chairman, General Mark Milley, again claimed that intelligence was gathered and given to him showing that China was fearful of an imminent attack from the United States prior to Milley’s phone call with Chinese military to assure them the U.S. was not about to attack. This is the same claim that General Milley made yesterday

Immediately after this repeated claim, former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe directly refuted Milley on Fox News with Martha MacCallum. The intelligence products used by the Pentagon come from the DNI office, and John Ratcliffe noted there was no intelligence that China held any such concerns. As a result, any justification claim that Milley makes about his motives for the call surrounding “deescalation” are nonsense.

The Chinese did not escalate an issue because the issue did not exist. The Chinese were not worried the U.S. was going to attack. General Milley’s claims are based on a false premise. The question is, did another intelligence agency purposefully lie to Milley, or is Milley making it all up?

As John Ratcliffe noted in his rebuke of General Mark Milley’s justification, if the claim of legitimate intelligence was true, someone would have briefed President Trump about it. No-one from the office of the Director of National Intelligence, or the DoD, or the National Security Council ever saw any evidence that anything like what Milley is claiming actually existed.
 
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You can surrender a war to 7th Century barbarians and leave them with $80 billion in US weapons.
That’s OK.

But you are not allowed to walk on stage at a Trump rally after you rescued babies in Kabul.
That’s not OK.

Lance Corporal Hunter Clark is Under Investigation by Department of Defense for Speaking at Trump Rally Out of Uniform.

Lance Corporal Hunter Clark was invited on the stage by President Trump.

Clark told the crowd, “I am the guy who pulled the baby over the wall and it’s definitely probably one of the greatest things I’ve ever done in my entire life.”

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Speaker Pelosi, Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin, Gen. Milley, & Gen. McKenzie were said to be real pissed.
A lowly Lance Corporal had the nerve to speak behind a podium with a sign saying “Save America” when they have worked so hard to Destroy America.



“We’re in a situation where we have put together, and you guys did it for our administration…President Obama’s administration before this. We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,”
Pres. Select, Joe Biden

“Let’s go, Brandon” Kelli Stavast, 2 Oct. 2021
 
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Since when are military members prohibited from attending political rallies or events? What is there to investigate? He didn't say anything that everyone already didn't see/watch.
 
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Since when are military members prohibited from attending political rallies or events? What is there to investigate? He didn't say anything that everyone already didn't see/watch.
They are not allowed to attend IN UNIFORM or in any way connecting them to active duty in the military. To do so would suggest that the military supports that candidate, which is a no-no. There is no rule preventing them from attending in civvies, that I know of, as long as they don't make speeches alluding to their service. Once they are off active duty (discharged or retired) there are no restrictions.

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Judge Hands Down Probation In Capitol Case, Questions Prosecutors' "Credibility" Over Leniency Toward BLM

https://www.zerohedge.com/poli...ors-credibility-over

An Oklahoma judge has just reminded Americans that there's at least one judge in on the US District Court in Washington (which is handling the bulk of the Jan. 6 cases) who isn't a Democrat.

Judge Trevor McFadden admonished prosecutors this week after handing down a more-lenient-than-expected sentence to Danielle Doyle, 37, who was given two months of probation on Friday for her involvement in the Jan. 6 demonstrations. Prosecutors had asked the judge to sentence Doyle to home confinement.

Doyle pleaded guilty in July to illegally demonstrating inside the Capitol, which she admitted to entering through a broken window.

She spent a total of 24 minutes in the building and there's no evidence she committed any acts of violence or property damage.

In his statement, the judge openly questioned the prosecution's "credibility," wondering aloud why the DoJ hasn't indicted any more of those arrested during the riots in Washington during the Black Lives Matter-inspired protests from last summer.

While more than 600 people have been charged in relation to the Jan. 6 "Stop the Steal" demonstration, the judge said far fewer had been prosecuted for their role in the protests.

"I think the US Attorney would have more credibility if it was even-handed in its concern about riots and mobs in this city," the Judge said, according to the AP. BLM riots across the country during the summer of 2020 caused up to $2 billion in insured property damage across the US and resulted in more than 20 deaths.

And for everybody asking: what about all those judges appointed by President Trump that the media was complaining about? Well, take a look at this chart, courtesy of Pew Research.



Doyle told the judge she regretted that a peaceful election-fraud protest escalated into a riot when people breached the Capitol. "So many people came here to represent things that were important to us, but in the blink of an eye, all of those things were overshadowed,” she said, per the AP. “For that, I’m sorry, because it overshadowed the things that were good."

McFadden, who was appointed to the bench by former President Donald Trump, said Doyle’s behavior was inexcusable and that she was "acting like all those looters and rioters who attacked our city last year. That’s because looters and rioters decided the law didn’t apply to them." He added that the January 6 riot made Americans feel “less safe,” just as the violent BLM protests did.


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I like the fact, that President Trump continues to be in the forefront of news and articles, remaining relevant and showing that he continues to be up to date on issues, challenges and fraud.

Many other former Presidents disappear into the woods, only to be occasionally dragged out into the bright lights for some MSM quote that one wonders, why?

Keep on keeping on Mr Trump.

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"All great things are simple, and many can be expressed in single words: freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope."

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Gabbard is one and the same. I got to where she stated biden is a friend. Both parties are guilty of the mess at the border. Even the Trump policy of having them wait in mexico is wrong. Hatians stacking up like cord wood and we need them here not. DC is beyond control.
 
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The Radical Prosecutor in Charge of the January 6 Investigations

https://amgreatness.com/2021/1...ry-6-investigations/

In July, the acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia dismissed a case against a Black Lives Matter protester charged with attacking a federal police officer last summer in Lafayette Square.

Channing Phillips, currently in charge of the office, dropped the charge after the defendant’s lawyer argued the facial recognition technology used to identify the suspect was unreliable and racist. Glenn Ivey, the defense lawyer, is a high-priced D.C.-area criminal attorney who just happened to work with Phillips in the 1990s.

The biased swamp in action.

Phillips, however, has not been as lenient with defendants facing charges for entering the Capitol on January 6. His office now is handling roughly 650 active criminal cases; the investigation is overwhelming his office and the court system. (On any given day, roughly half of the hearings in the D.C. federal district court are related to the Capitol breach probe.)

Channing Phillips is not a household name, but he is arguably one of the most powerful men in Washington right now, overseeing the Biden regime’s nationwide dragnet for Americans who protested Joe Biden’s election. This is Phillips’ third stint as acting U.S. attorney for D.C., having been twice appointed by Barack Obama to temporarily fill the position. In between, Phillips worked as senior advisor for Attorney General Eric Holder and then his successor, Loretta Lynch.

In March, Phillips replaced Michael Sherwin, the first prosecutor in charge of the Capitol breach probe who bragged about unleashing a “shock and awe” crusade to arrest at least 100 Trump supporters before Biden’s inauguration.

Phillips is more low-key in public but his office is no less ruthless. His prosecutors continue to seek pretrial detention for anyone accused of violence, including assault of a federal officer, the same charge his office just dropped against a BLM protester. In some instances, Phillips’ lawyers want even nonviolent offenders to remain behind bars for months awaiting a trial or plea offer.

Prosecutors have sought prison terms for minor offenses including “parading, demonstrating, or picketing” in Congress. In a sentencing motion for a man who pleaded guilty to obstruction of an official proceeding, a felony count that Phillips’ office has attached to at least 200 mostly misdemeanor cases, the lead prosecutor referred to the nonviolent defendant with no criminal record as a “domestic terrorist.”

As his prosecutors ask for continuances, pushing trials into next year, Phillips’ office is slow-walking discovery. Phillips continues to conceal nearly 14,000 hours of surveillance video recorded by U.S. Capitol Police security cameras on January 6 under strict protective orders. The footage has been designated “highly sensitive” government material by Phillips’ office.

Further, Phillips’ merciless targeting of Trump supporters seems to be a personal vendetta of sorts. Contrary to Joe Biden’s promise that his Justice Department would be free from partisanship, Phillips has strong opinions—and no qualms about using his authority to advance his political interests.

Phillips’ father, the Reverend Channing E. Phillips, was a civil rights leader in Washington, D.C. and the first black American to be placed in nomination for president at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Reverend Phillips reportedly helped organize the Black United Front in the 1960s with other radical activists including Marion Barry, Stokely Carmichael, and Walter Fauntroy (who, in 2010, compared the Tea Party movement to the Ku Klux Klan).

The younger Phillips apparently shares his late father’s worldview. Less than five months before taking over the office, Phillips wrote to his predecessor and said the D.C. office—the largest in the country—“has a unique obligation to take a stand against . . . injustice and to serve as a national leader in the quest for racial equality.”

After the death of George Floyd, Phillips retweeted a post by former Attorney General Eric Holder, a screed that condemned America’s alleged systemic racism: “The problems we face are truly societal and historical in nature,” Holder wrote on May 29, 2020. “For too long, people of this nation have been mistreated solely based on the color of their skin. It is incumbent upon the leaders of our country . . . to move this nation towards that true ‘new birth of freedom’ long promised, but never realized.”

To which Phillips tweeted, “Well said!”

After D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser had the words “Black Lives Matter” painted on a street near the White House, Phillips tweeted that the move was a “powerful gesture.”

In June, Phillips co-signed a letter authored by Obama-era prosecutors calling for sweeping police reforms. “[I]t took the death of George Floyd in police custody to galvanize a movement, but we are heartened by the thirst for change that has swept the country,” Phillips and 60 other former colleagues wrote in June 2020. “We must change our vision of public safety that, for too long, has perpetuated policing that endangers Black and brown people rather than protecting and serving them.”

The following month, Phillips accused critics of Kim Gardner, the St. Louis city circuit attorney prosecuting Patricia and Mark McCloskey for defending their home against Black Lives Matter protesters in the summer of 2020, of leveling “racist attacks.” Phillips claimed the “inflammatory language” used by Gardner’s critics, including President Trump, “threatens the ability of every prosecutor in this country to do the job they were elected to do.”

In 2014, Phillips tweeted a New York Times column by Nicholas Kristoff titled, “When Whites Just Don’t Get It, Part 4.” Phillips called it a “good read.” The following year, Phillips posted an NPR article about a murder case in Mississippi. “Powerful,” Phillips tweeted. “A Black Mississippi Judge’s Breathtaking Speech To 3 White Murderers.”

The man now prosecuting Trump supporters, charging the overwhelming majority with misdemeanors but nonetheless bankrupting their families and destroying their reputations in the process, has clear animus toward President Trump and his former advisors, including Attorney General William Barr. Phillips blasted Barr for moving to dismiss the perjury case against Lt. General Michael Flynn, a product of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into imaginary Trump-Russia election collusion. Barr, Phillips argued at the time, should resign and be investigated by Congress.

“Today’s huge losses on Wall Street may be just what is needed to convince those few undecided voters and those who are still inclined to vote for Trump simply because of the economy that holding such a belief is fool’s gold,” Phillips tweeted on October 28, 2020.

But Phillips’ prosecutorial outrage is indeed selective. He signed an amicus brief last year in a case opposing law enforcement tactics to quell months of rioting in Portland. Phillips claimed the “violent actions of federal agents against peaceful protesters have damaged already-fragile bonds of trust with law enforcement.” (He has expressed no similar concerns over law enforcement’s attacks, including the use of rubber bullets, explosive devices, and tear gas, against peaceful protesters at the Capitol on January 6, despite extensive evidence.)

Phillips is not colorblind, nor blind in the application of justice, as the American people expect. Is he using his temporary post to punish white Trump supporters who participated in the events of January 6 as a way to impose what Phillips views as “racial equity” in the justice system? Why is his office vengefully tracking down Capitol protesters, arresting people every week, while letting “social justice” offenders off the hook?

It’s unclear whether Joe Biden will seek Phillips’ formal confirmation—he is far beyond the 120-day limit allowed for “acting” U.S. attorneys. If he does, Senate Republicans have plenty of questions they need to ask Channing Phillips.


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Files were deleted the day prior to turning over election records under court subpoena.
The criminals admit to it, yet somehow I doubt we will see anyone being held accountable.



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Maricopa County Supervisors Jack Sellers and Bill Gates, David Becker of the Center for Election Innovation and Research, Gowri Ramachandran of the Brennan Center for Justice and Arizona Senate audit liaison Ken Bennett appeared before the committee.

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) cross-examined Maricopa County Vice Chairman Bill Gates on the deletion of data in the materials turned over to the Arizona auditors.

“Is it standard practice to delete files off a server after an election, Mr. Bennett?” Biggs asked.

“I hope not,” Bennett responded.

“So, Mr. Gates, will you agree with that?” Biggs asked.

“I would say that is it appropriate to maintain files and that’s exactly what we did,” Gates replied. “We deleted, the deleted files had been discussed, they were archived.”

“So, so you admit that you guys did delete, Maricop County did delete files off the server after the election?” Biggs pressed.

“That were – that are archived,” Gates responded.

“Yeah, and so when you released these servers and this information to the auditors to begin with, they did not have access to those archived files, at first, is that fair to say?” Biggs continued.

“They did not subpoena those,” Gates replied. “That’s correct.”

Biggs laughed at the brazen confession.

“So, you didn’t feel obligated to turn that over then to them?” Biggs queried.

“We responded to the subpoena,” Gates said.

“Okay, Mr. Bennett, your response to that?” Biggs asked.

Arizona Senate audit liaison Ken Bennett responded with indignance.

“I find it frankly laughable to suggest that a county in response to a subpoena could say we will delete files from the hard drives and the materials we give to the auditors because we have those files archived on data that we did not give to the auditors, when the subpoena said ‘turn over all materials related to the election’,” Bennett said.

Also at the hearing, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) and Rep. Biggs clashed over the audit results. Raskin attested that he could not understand why Arizona representatives challenged “the result by which they themselves were elected.” Raskin then asked Biggs if he would accept the audit result that purportely showed Biden won by even more votes than the official tally.

“That is not what the audit concluded, Mr. Raskin. You know better than that,” Biggs responded. “Have you read the whole audit or are you cherry-picking the line which talks about the recount versus the tabulation machines?”

“Well, who won the election is my question, Mr. Biggs? I’m happy to yield to you for that. Who won the election in Arizona, Donald Trump or Joe Biden?” Raskin asked.

“We don’t know because as the audit demonstrates very clearly, Mr. Raskin, there are a lot of issues with this election that took place,” Biggs replied.

After Raskin tried to interrupt Biggs, the Arizona representative accused him of taking part in a “big lie.”

“Speaking of the big lie, you can continue to perpetuate it as long as you want,” Biggs said.


The entire House Oversight Hearing




“We’re in a situation where we have put together, and you guys did it for our administration…President Obama’s administration before this. We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,”
Pres. Select, Joe Biden

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I think that there are a few/many Az. folks(Dems) that are starting to get a bit nervous as more and more info comes out. We all have to wait and see what the Az. AG does with the incriminating evidence.
 
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Anyone who asks for information or answers from the Democrats should know by now that you have to be VERY specific, as they will ALWAYS evade.

The subpoena didn't ask for (all of) the data, regardless of where/how it was stored; it asked for the server. I am surprised they didn't destroy the server first and claim the subpoena didn't specify the server should be operable.
 
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President Trump and his administration was always a true friend to Israel



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