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Ex-FBI Lawyer Sentenced To Probation After False E-Mails

WASHINGTON, D.C—Kevin Clinesmith, 38, a former FBI lawyer was sentenced on Friday, January 29 to one year of probation after pleading guilty to altering an email that was used to help justify surveillance on an adviser to former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign. Clinesmith worked four years as an assistant general counsel in the National Security and Cyber Law branch...

Publisher Refusing To Publish Memoirs By Conservative Politicians

NEW YORK—Simon and Schuster, one of the big five publishers based in New York, was in negotiation with Republican Missouri Senator Josh Hawley to publish his manuscript, but they dropped his book deal after the riot on the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday, January 6. Hawley’s book, "The Tyranny of Big Tech" was set to released in June. Hawley is...

Biden Rescinded Mexico City Policy And Geneva Declaration

UNITED STATES—On Thursday, January 28, President Joe Biden signed a memorandum rescinding the Mexico City Policy signed into law by former President Donald Trump. The law prevented taxpayer funds to be used by establishments that counseled on, referred, or performed abortions in the U.S. and abroad. According to the memorandum, federal funds will now be used to fund abortions in the...

Man Accused Of Stealing Documents From Senator’s Desk

CALIFORNIA—A man from the state of California is accused of stealing documents from the desk of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell during the attacks in the United States Capitol on January 6. According to a criminal complaint submitted by FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) Special Agent Jeremy Linton, Tommy Frederick Allan, who is from Rocklin, was arrested on January 22...

Second Capitol Officer Commits Suicide

UNITED STATES—On Tuesday, January 26, Robert J. Contee, III, Acting Police Chief of the District of Columbia, revealed in testimony to the House Appropriations Committee that Officer Jeffrey Smith died by suicide following the January 6 attacks in the U.S. Capitol. Part of his opening statement, Contee said to the committee: "We honor the service and sacrifices of Officers Brian Sicknick,...

Brandon Straka Arrested For Being At Capitol Riots

WASHINGTON, D.C.—President and founder of the #WalkAway campaign, Brandon Straka, was arrested in his home state of Nebraska on Monday, January 25 for allegedly being involved in the riot on the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Straka has been charged with impeding a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct, and entering a restricted area without lawful authority. The day before the...

Articles Of Impeachment Filed Against Joe Biden

UNITED STATES−On Thursday, January 21, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia introduced articles of impeachment against Joe Biden citing that while serving as Vice President under Barack Obama, he was involved in corrupt actions leading up to the quid pro quo in Ukraine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f0bBYKMlec Congresswoman Greene cited in a press release Biden’s abuse of power by allowing his son Hunter ,...

POTUS And FLOTUS Bid Americans Farewell

UNITED STATES−On Monday, January 18, First Lady, Melania Trump gave her farewell speech from The White House. “It has been the greatest honor of my lifetime to serve as First Lady Of the United States,” stated Melania. “The past four years have been unforgettable. As Donald and I conclude our time in the White House, I think of all the people...

$2 Billion Stolen In California Unemployment Benefits By Hackers

SAN FRANCISCO—During the COVID pandemic, hackers stole close to $2 billion in unemployment benefits, but Bank of America is denying victims’ claims. Bank of America has an revenue-sharing agreement with the Employment Development Department that is profitable for both the bank and the state, and as of November 19,2020, more than $8 million unemployment Bank of America accounts held...

Raquel Rodriguez Admits Voter Fraud On Camera

TEXAS—Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Wednesday, January 13 that an individual by the name Raquel Rodriguez was arrested on account of voter fraud. She was arrested for election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. Rodriguez was a consultant for GOP House candidate Mauro Garza. Garza was paying Rodriguez $5,000 a...
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