June 16, 2021

GOP Senator Asks Two Biden Cabinet Members Whether ‘High Ranking’ Officials Are Using Encrypted Apps To ‘Cloak’ Communications

A top GOP senator is demanding answers after hearing allegations of high-ranking Biden administration officials cloaking communications using encrypted apps, potentially blocking conversations from public information requests. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Ranking Member John Barrasso sent letters to Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Monday, expressing his concerns about the…

Joe Biden’s Transition Team Announces First All-Female WH Communications Team

President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team announced the incoming White House communications team Sunday, and for the first time in history, the entire team is female. CBS News political reporter Grace Segers tweeted the announcement, saying, “Inbox: Biden and Harris have announced their WH comms staff. It is the first time that all members of the…

Grassley Demands All Communications Between Dr. Ford’s Legal Team And Senators, Alleged Witnesses, And Other Accusers.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley sent a letter to Dr. Ford’s legal team late Thursday night asking for all of their communications with specific Democratic senators, the alleged witnesses to her getting assaulted, as well as the other alleged victims. Grassley specifically asked for all direct or indirect communications between Ford or her legal team […]

State Attorney General Demanding ALL Facebook Communications With Barack Obama’s 2012 Campaign

Washington Free Beacon reports: Missouri’s Republican attorney general Josh Hawley delivered an investigative subpoena to Facebook’s Menlo Park offices on Monday, demanding a wide-ranging group of documents related to the social media giant’s handling of user data. The civil investigative demand, which was provided by the attorney general’s office and can be viewed here, comes […]

Reports: Hope Hicks To Become White House Communications Director

Well, there’s been a lot of turnover at the White House communications office. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was the first to helm the office, and then Michael Dubke took over for less than 100 days, which reverted back to Spicer for a bit, and finally the tumultuous ten-day tenure of Anthony Scaramucci. Scaramucci’s […]

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