April 24, 2024

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs spotted slowly walking back and forth outside Miami airport after federal raid on homes: report

Sean “Diddy” Combs was spotted outside a Miami airport slowly strolling back and forth on Monday just hours after two of his homes were raided by federal authorities, according to a report. The rapper was alone and appeared to be holding a cellphone in one hand while he stuffed his other hand in his pocket […]

Report: CIA Blocked Federal Investigators from Interviewing Hunter Biden’s ‘Sugar Brother’ Kevin Morris

A whistleblower said that the CIA reportedly blocked federal investigators from interviewing Kevin Morris, a high-powered entertainment lawyer representing Hunter Biden, about his connections to the president’s son during probes into his alleged tax crimes. The unnamed whistleblower told the House Oversight and Judiciary Committee chairmen that the “intelligence agency stopped IRS and Justice Department investigators from interviewing Morris in

Federal Appeals Court Deals Blow to Mark Meadows in Fulton County Case

Mark Meadows received unwelcome news Monday in his appeal to move his election interference case in Georgia to the federal court. The three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit scheduled to hear his oral arguments will be comprised of two Democrat appointees and one Republican appointee – bad news for Meadows

Court baffled by Whitmer kidnapping plotters’ transfer to federal prisons

A judge wants to know why two men convicted of secondary roles in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer have been transferred to federal prisons out of state. Paul Bellar and Joe Morrison are entitled to appeal their convictions following a trial on state charges in Jackson County in 2022. But their lawyers […]

Michigan man convicted of $3.5M fraudulent N95 mask scheme by federal jury

A federal jury in San Francisco has found a Michigan man guilty of failing to deliver almost $3.5 million worth of N95 masks to thousands of customers as the COVID-19 pandemic began. DOJ ANNOUNCES CHARGES AGAINST HUNDREDS ACCUSED OF STEALING COVID-19 FUNDS A product stall filled with free N95 respirator masks, provided by the U.S. […]

Supreme Court keeps Missouri law on hold that targets federal gun restrictions

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday declined to reinstate a Missouri law that bars authorities from enforcing federal gun laws. The justices rejected a request by Missouri to overturn a ruling by a federal judge that invalidated the 2021 law, known as the Second Amendment Preservation Act, Reuters reported.  The Biden administration sued Missouri in […]

Federal Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Against Colorado Gun Control

Joe Raedle/Getty Images United States District Court Chief Judge Philip A. Brimmer issued a preliminary injunction Monday against the new minimum firearm purchase age of 21 in Colorado, citing the NYSRPA v. Bruen (2022) decision. The case, RMGO v. Polis, was brought by Rocky Mountain Gun Owners (RMGO) on behalf of itself and two private citizens.

Federal judge in Maryland temporarily blocks part of new state law restricting where gun owners can carry

A federal judge in Maryland on Friday temporarily blocked part of a new state law that would restrict where gun owners can carry.  U.S. District Judge George Russell III, an Obama appointee, ruled the state can’t ban guns in places where alcohol is sold, on private property without permission of the owner or at public […]

Federal Court Strikes Down Alabama GOP Redistricting Maps 

A federal court on Tuesday struck down redistricting maps signed into law by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) in July after the maps failed to create a second majority-black congressional district. The ruling comes after a contentious court battle over Alabama’s redrawn congressional maps. The three-judge panel, composed of Clinton-appointed Judge Stanley Marcus and Trump-appointed

Hawaii Gov.: House Probe into Federal Maui Response Is ‘Political’ Effort to Hurt Biden, ‘We Did a Very Good Job’

On Thursday’s broadcast of NewsNation’s “Cuomo,” Hawaii Gov. Josh Green (D) criticized plans by the House Oversight Committee to investigate the federal response to the fires in Maui as an attempt to “take a pound of flesh.” And that “I actually know that we did a very good job for what we could do, the president

Democrat-Led Bill Proposes Using Federal Funds to Train More Abortionists

Senate Democrats want to use millions of dollars in federal funds to train health care workers to become abortionists. Sens. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and Patty Murray (D-WA) introduced a bill called “The Reproductive Health Care Training Act” on Thursday which would allot $25 million over five years in federal funds for a grant program that

This 26-year-old federal fund evolved to fight the ‘digital divide.’ Now a court might throw it out.

The Universal Service Fund — a federal subsidy pool collected monthly from American telephone customers — faces the biggest crisis of its existence. | Spencer Platt/Getty Images Over the past 26 years, the Universal Service Fund — a federal subsidy pool collected monthly from American telephone customers — has spent close to $9 billion a

‘Blacks for Trump’ Gather Outside Federal Courthouse to Support Trump

“Blacks for Trump” supporters gathered outside the Wilkie D. Ferguson Jr. U.S. Courthouse in Miami, Florida, to support former President Donald Trump at the first federal arraignment of a former U.S. president on Tuesday. Most of the group were wearing shirts that read, “Trumpsters are not racist.” Blacks for Trump are out supporting today! 🇺🇸🙏🏻❤️

Menendez approval drops amid latest federal investigation, poll finds

Sen. Bob Menendez has been involved in a series of federal investigations, with one happening each decade since 2srcsrcsrc. | Francis Chung/POLITICO New Jerseyans gave lower approval ratings to Sen. Bob Menendez as he faces a new federal investigation, according to a new poll from Monmouth University. Menendez, who is up for reelection next year

Federal appeals court allows lawsuit by Philadelphia officers fired over racist, violent social media posts

A dozen Philadelphia police officers who have been fired or suspended for offensive social media posts have been granted permission to sue the city over First Amendment violations. The officers’ social media accounts were part of a database published in 2019, which documented numerous offensive and violent posts made by active-duty and former police officers […]

Cartel Gunmen Pose as Federal Police During Border State Kidnapping in Mexico

The recent kidnapping of two teenagers in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas revealed the use of cloned police vehicles and uniforms by Gulf Cartel gunmen to carry out enforcement operations. The gunmen impersonated members of Mexico’s National Guard. The kidnapping took place earlier this month in San Fernando — one of the cities hardest

Report: Federal Prosecutors Indict New York Rep. George Santos

Federal prosecutors have indicted New York Rep. George Santos (R) on unknown criminal charges, CNN reported on Tuesday. The charges were filed under seal, but Santos is expected to appear at federal court in New York’s eastern district as early as Wednesday, CNN revealed. The exact nature of the charges “couldn’t immediately be learned,” CNN reported.

This was a great ruling by Louisiana District Federal Judge Terry Doughty blocking Biden federal agencies censorship of views opposed to those of the regime.

  Court Blocks Government Censorship of Social Media A federal judge in Louisiana ruled yesterday in Missouri v. Biden that the Biden Administration “likely” violated the First Amendment free speech rights of Americans by suppressing and censoring social media posts during the COVID-19 pandemic. The judge issued a sweeping preliminary injunction barring numerous federal agencies and officials, including the entire […]

Federal Grand Jury Indicts Air National Guardsman Accused of Leaking Pentagon Secrets

A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted Jack Teixeira, a 21-year-old Massachusetts Air National Guardsman who is accused of leaking highly classified Department of Defense secrets on the social media site Discord. Teixeira, who holds the rank of Airman First Class and was part of the 102nd Intelligence Wing of the Air National Guard, was

Weaponization of the Federal Government

“Let me tell you: You Take on the Intelligence community—They have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.” Senate Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) told MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. On May 18, 2023, suspended FBI Special Agent Garret O’Boyle, suspended FBI Agent Steve Friend, and suspended FBI Agent Marcus Allen testified before the House Judiciary […]

Mike Pence Will Not Appeal Federal Court Ruling Ordering Him to Testify in Special Counsel Probe

Mike Pence Will Not Appeal Federal Court Ruling Ordering Him to Testify in Special Counsel Probe John Lamparski/Getty Images Former Vice President Mike Pence will not appeal a federal court ruling ordering him to testify in a special counsel probe pertaining to the 2020 election. In a statement shared with Breitbart News, Devin O’Malley, spokesman for

GOP may consider bill allowing Trump, other ex-leaders to move cases to federal court

Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee are considering a new bill that would allow former President Trump and other former presidents and vice presidents to move civil and criminal cases from state courts to federal courts, a response to the vocal criticism of the case Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has pursued against Trump. The […]

Federal judge strikes down Minnesota law banning 18-20-year-olds from obtaining gun permits

A federal judge on Friday struck down a Minnesota law that prohibits adults age 18-20 from obtaining permits to carry handguns in public.  Assisted by gun-rights advocacy groups, three individuals who were under 21 challenged a 2003 state law that enacted an age requirement to apply for a permit to carry a pistol. They argued […]

Texas city used federal COVID relief funds for ‘racial equity’ in ‘audacious’ agenda

San Antonio, Texas, a city with nearly 1.5 million residents, has been injecting critical race theory policies into its departments in order to ensure equal outcomes among races as part of an “increased effort to dismantle” systemic oppression, a Fox News Digital investigation found.  San Antonio has become a “critical race city” under the purview […]

Chris Whalen: Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank ‘Goes to the Feet of Jerome Powell’ and Federal Reserve

Chris Whalen, chairman of Whalen Global Advisors, blamed Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell for the failure of Silicon Valley Bank (SVP) in a Friday interview on Forward Guidance with host Jack Farley. The Federal Reserve’s raising of interest rates “rendered the bank insolvent,” Whalen remarked. He said: Rising rates cause book value to go down

GOP Responds to Manhattan DA’s Resistance to Testify: ‘Substantial Federal Interest’ in Possible Trump Indictment

Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH), James Comer (R-KY), and Bryan Steil (R-WI) replied to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg on Saturday, stating that their prior requests for testimony and documents from Bragg related to the possible forthcoming indictment of former President Donald Trump still stand after Bragg objected to most of them. The three powerful committee

McCarthy: 47% of Federal Workers Aren’t in Office, We’re Going to Vote to Make Them Return

On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Bottom Line,” Speaker of the House Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) stated that it’s ridiculous that 47% of the federal government workforce is still working remotely and stated that the House is going to pass legislation “to end this pandemic” and require federal government employees to return to

Federal Agents Confiscate Loaded Gun from Comedian Mike Epps at Airport TSA Checkpoint

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Federal agents confiscated a loaded gun found in the hand luggage of actor and comedian Mike Epps, who was trying to board a flight at Indianapolis International Airport, airport police said. Transportation Security Administration officers discovered the Smith & Wesson .38-caliber pistol Sunday morning inside Epps’ backpack, airport police said. Epps, 52

Report: Federal Authorities Hesitant to Charge Honduran Nationals Suspected of Killing a Bald Eagle

Federal authorities have not yet brought criminal charges against two Honduran nationals who allegedly shot and killed a bald eagle in Nebraska to eat it for dinner. On February 28, Stanton County sheriffs arrested two Honduran nationals found carrying a dead bald eagle after responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle outside of the Wood

SEAN HANNITY: Don’t put your trust in the federal government

Fox News host Sean Hannity said no one has been held accountable for the coronavirus pandemic nearly three years after it began on “Hannity.”  SEAN HANNITY: The Department of Energy, they are now finally admitting the obvious truth. COVID-19 was apparently developed by Chinese scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, likely through gain of […]

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