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President Biden Revokes Executive Orders Implemented By Trump

UNITED STATES—On Friday, May 14, President Joe Biden revoked a string of Executive Orders implement by former President Donald Trump including making the destruction of National Monuments an illegal offense. He also signed an additional EO halting all plans to build and repair the National Garden of Heroes in Washington D.C. According to The White House website, the following Executive...

Update In Michigan 2020 Presidential Forensic Audit

UNITED STATES— This is the latest update.  On Friday, May 14, Michigan audit attorney, Matt Deperno had his office broken into.  This is reportedly the latest of attacks on the attorney in the audit of the 2020 Michigan Presidential election. Prior to this, Deperno reportedly received threats and was advised to discontinue the audit. More information was reported on the...

Former Congressman Arrested For Commercial Sexual Solicitation

UNITED STATES− In a May 1 press release, The Portland Police Bureau Human Trafficking Unit reported eight individuals were arrested in an April human trafficking operation including former Representative David Hunt of Oregon. According to the press release, the subjects who contacted undercover police officers responded to decoy advertisements posted by undercover officers on known human trafficking websites to arrange...

Biden Cancels Border Wall Funding And Construction

UNITED STATES−On Friday, April 30, Deputy Pentagon Spokesman, Jamal Brown, announced in a press release that all construction on the border wall between the United States and Mexico will be canceled stating: “Consistent with the President’s proclamation, the Department of Defense is proceeding with canceling all border barrier construction projects paid for with funds originally intended for other military missions...

Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dead At 93

UNITED STATES—It was revealed on Monday, April 19 that former Vice President and 1984 Democratic presidential nominee Walter "Fritz" Mondale passed away at age 93 at his home in Minneapolis, Minnesota, according to a family spokesperson. President Joe Biden said in a statement released by The White House that Mondale "was one of the first people to greet me" when...

Media Denied Coverage Of Border Crimes

UNITED STATES—According to March 17 news reports, an unofficial gag order by DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was implemented banning the media from reporting on border crimes or access to detention facilities.  Reports indicate the largest immigrant surge in history. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents have indicated on their websites apprehensions from March...

MLB All-Star Game Relocates Over Voter Integrity Laws

UNITED STATES—On Friday, April 2, Major League Baseball (MLB) Commissioner, Robert D. Manfred Jr., announced that the 2021 All-Star Game and draft would be moving to the Colorado Rockies Stadium in Denver. The event was to be held at the Atlanta Braves stadium in Georgia. “I have decided the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by...

Officer Killed During U.S. Capitol Attack

UNITED STATES—On Friday, April 2, at 1:02 p.m., an assailant drove and struck two United States Capitol Police officers (USCP) and proceeded through the north barricade at the U.S. Capitol injuring one officer and killing another. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dljhKvJ7RYM The suspect drove through the barricade exiting his vehicle approaching and lunging toward U.S. Capitol Police with a knife in hand. The suspect was...

Biden Holds First Press Briefing As President

UNITED STATES—President Joe Biden held his first press briefing on Thursday, March 25, in the East Room at The White House. He had notes in hand and discussed a variety of topics before fielding questions from the press. During the 1 hour and 2 minute briefing, President Biden named Vice President Kamala Harris to take a leading role in the...

Supreme Court Will Review Boston Marathon Bomber’s Case

UNITED STATES — On Monday, March 22, the United States Supreme Court announced that it will review a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit that overturned the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in July 2020. Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson wrote in a 224-page opinion on July 31, 2020 that "Dzhokhar will remain...