🔺 Election Attorney David Shestokas: "State legislatures have complete power over elections - the House and Senate can reject certification by joint decision."
🔺 Joe Biden used his personal Gmail account to send government information to Son Hunter, a company that conducts foreign transactions.
🔺 Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers: "The cover-up is always worse than the crime - we need to hold Maricopa County accountable."
🔺 "Patriot" is hate speech: MSNBC warns viewers to be alert to online groups using the word "patriot."
🔺 The Biden/Obama White House Communications Director believes that BIG TECHs should be held accountable for misinformation on their platforms.
🔺 Biden says that through democracy he will create jobs and grow the middle class around the world.
🔺 On Tuesday, the feds arrested 74-year-old billionaire real estate investor Thomas Barak and charged him with acting as an unregistered foreign agent in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Thomas Barack was chairman of Trump's inaugural fund in 2017.
🔺 An 80-year-old man is found dead in New York City with "I touch little girls" scrawled on his chest.
🔺 Psaki says the White House is still being tested for COVID every 2 weeks, even though everyone is vaccinated.
🔺 Police officers arrested a truck with 105 illegal immigrants smuggled into the United States.
🔺 "This can't be allowed to stand," Representative Mark Fincham calls for action from the state legislature after Arizona's crushing audit hearings.
🔺 World War III? CCP threatens to nuke Japan in a "full-scale" war if they intervene in Taiwan: "There will be no peace talks.
🔺 The Biden administration is threatening to arrest a group of Americans who plan to send a flotilla of food to Cuba this weekend.
🔺 Ten more cases of Covid-19 infection were detected at the Tokyo Olympics.
🔺 NXIVM leader Kate Raniere has ordered a $3.5 million payment to 21 victims of sex trafficking, an amount that includes the cost of surgically removing the scars from branding rituals performed by the secret sorority.
🔺 Journalists in Britain could be sentenced to up to 14 years in prison for leaking stories embarrassing the government as part of plans to reform the Official Secrets Act.