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On Monday, U.S. Secret Service officials confirmed an exclusive report that claimed Chinese Communist Party-affiliated hackers had stolen over $20 million in COVID pandemic relief cash. When asked for comment, Secret Service officials confirmed NBC News’s statement. Nevertheless, unnamed U.S. law enforcement personnel and cybersecurity professionals claim that the pandemic fraud incidence is the first publicly known example of theft related to foreign and state-sponsored criminals. Authorities have labeled the group accused of hacking as APT41, calling it a “Chinese state-sponsored, cyber threat outfit that is exceptionally competent at undertaking espionage operations and financial crimes for personal advantage,” with its…

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To halt the $12 million migrant relocation program in Florida, migrant rights organizations have gone to court. After discovering that immigrant rights groups have filed additional court action challenging the validity of the state’s plan to have two aircraft of migrants relocated to Martha’s Vineyard, the office of Florida governor Ron DeSantis issued a statement. Florida’s Warm Welcome to New Residents is the official name of the budget line that funded our efforts there (that, incidentally, garnered bipartisan support). We found no evidence of any violation of the law throughout our examination. In an interview with Politico published on Friday,…

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When internal Twitter chats confessed, there was no sign the report included anything illicitly collected, former senior intelligence officials who suggested the Hunter Biden laptop tale was part of a Russian campaign weeks before the 2020 election went silent. When asked whether the new disclosures had changed their opinion, all four former CIA directors (John Brennan, Mike Hayden, and Jim Clapper) and former Defense Secretary (Leon Panetta) either declined to comment or did not respond to requests for comment. Journalist Matt Taibbi received internal Twitter emails on Friday that detailed the company’s decision to censor the item by, among other…

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Former President Trump commented on Elon Musk’s publication of the “Twitter Files,” which reveal Twitter’s attempt to bury a story and meddle in the 2020 election. In a series of tweets, Trump claimed that the explosive revelations showed that Americans live in a corrupt nation. “Wow! That’s a huge story concerning Twitter and government fraud in general, and election fraud in particular,” Trump said, before adding, “the same degree of Fraud took place with the other Big Tech firms, if not much worse (if that’s possible?)… We live in a highly corrupt country where, as is often said online, “NOTHING…

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On Friday, the incoming chairman of a crucial House committee said that he would join with Republicans to subpoena “any” staff employee implicated in efforts to hide news about the Hunter Biden laptop before the 2020 election. In reaction to a revelation in the New York Post disclosing the contents of a laptop said to have belonged to Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, Rep. James Comer (R-KY) was designated the House Oversight Committee ranking member on Friday night. The examination discovered various things, such as Hunter’s drug usage, sex life, and money troubles. While in power, Donald Trump…

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Democrats in Colorado are endangering the right to keep and bear arms, which could lead to a dire situation for the citizens of that state. According to the Colorado Sun, Democrats in the state legislature are seriously considering sweeping gun control laws, such as strengthening red law flag laws and banning assault weapons. President of the Colorado Senate Steve Fenberg (D-Boulder) stated that “pretty much everything is on the table” regarding potential gun control measures. This follows the recent shooting in a Colorado nightclub, but Feinberg has said that tougher gun laws have always been on the table; the difficulty…

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On Saturday, a cyber security and data analyst helping finance an investigation into Twitter’s purported problem with child sexual abuse material (CSAM) said that the company had nearly quadrupled its daily suspension rate on accounts that distribute exploitative content involving child pornography. At the beginning of the year, Andrea Stoppa, creator of the cybersecurity firm Ghost Data, launched her investigation into the issue after hearing a warning about its seriousness. More than 500 accounts reportedly soliciting child sex abuse content appeared alongside or on profile pages of at least 30 big marketers’ Twitter accounts, prompting some of those businesses to…

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On Friday, the Democrats reshuffled the presidential primary timetable, rewarding South Carolina by shifting the state’s voting to February 3 and demoting Iowa’s caucus to second place. After five decades, the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) rulemaking arm decided on Friday that South Carolina will replace Iowa as the first state on the presidential nomination calendar. President Joe Biden supported the Democrats’ unprecedented action when the party encountered several technological difficulties in 2020. Biden stated his opposition to caucuses in a letter he sent out last week, arguing that they are “restrictive” to hourly employees and force voters to make their…

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Senator Marco Rubio has stated that the “weak” rejection of CCP’s “zero COVID” policy is “nothing short of cowardice.” State Department Spokesperson Antony Blinken strongly refuted Republican claims that the Biden administration’s response to protests against China’s “zero COVID” policy had been “weak” and “cowardly” by saying on Sunday that the government ultimately backed the protestors. Blinken was asked by Jake Tapper of CNN’s “State of the Union” if the administration supports the demonstrations, to which Blinken replied, “Of course we do.” RED FLASHING BLINDS “People in China, Iran, and everywhere else have the right to express their unhappiness by…

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Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and his allies contributed heavily to his campaign for House speaker, but several Republicans finally turned on the Californian. After the Republicans gained a narrow majority in the House in the midterm elections in November, Representatives Bob Good, Andy Biggs, Matt Rosendale, and Ralph Norman emerged as formidable opponents to McCarthy’s leadership. All four congressmen have gone on record saying they will oppose McCarthy’s candidacy as House speaker, citing ideological disagreements and requests to undermine the speaker’s post as their key motives. Virginia Republican Good stated, “I have seen nothing from Kevin McCarthy in my first…

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Friday night, writer Matt Taibbi obtained internal Twitter talks about suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story from Elon Musk. The records show that inside and outside Twitter, there was worry about the decision to bury the story, which was done by the former head of Trust & Safety, Vijaya Gadde, without CEO Jack Dorsey’s awareness. At the time of this writing, the thread may be found here. The records, which consisted mainly of Twitter’s internal discussions and correspondence with external parties, revealed broad unhappiness with the move and questions about how it could be justified to politicians and the public.…

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Actor James Woods has threatened to sue the Democratic National Committee after Elon Musk’s startling allegations about Twitter’s interference in the 2020 election by burying the Hunter Biden scandal. According to tweets obtained by investigative journalist Matt Taibbi, the DNC requested that Twitter remove Woods’s account and that others who publicly disagree with the Left’s radical agenda. After the New York Post’s investigation into the Hunter Biden laptop scandal was revealed on October 14, 2020, Woods took part in the expose. Woods tweeted an image of Biden engaged in what appear to be sexual behaviors while high on narcotics, with…

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A very close fight for one of the final House seats to be determined in the 2022 cycle was won by the Republicans. The Democratic candidate was behind by only a few hundred votes. After Democratic challenger Adam Gray surrendered on Friday, Republican John Duarte was declared the winner of California’s 13th Congressional District. Gray stated in a message on Twitter, “After weeks of tremendously hard work by our election workers, the result has become evident.” Accepting the results, “I have phoned to congratulate my opponent, John Duarte.” After more than 130,000 votes were counted, the Democrat predicted that “only…

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A judge in Arizona mandated the tabulation of votes late last week. The Arizona secretary of state is looking into possible enforcement action after two Cochise County supervisors declined to certify the midterm election results. Elections Director Kori Lorick wrote a note to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Cochise County Attorney Brian McIntyre on Friday detailing how one board member “continued to disregard his statutory responsibilities” and the judgment of Judge Casey McGinley from the day before. To quote her, “the supervisors opted to act illegally, prioritizing bogus election narratives over the will of the people in Cochise County.”…

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Stacey Abrams, a two-time loser in her bid for governor of Georgia’s Democratic Party, is allegedly considering a run for a seat on the Federal Communications Commission. GOP legislator Herschel Walker and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp are concerned about this (FCC). Walker has indicated he would vote for “his mentor,” Stacey Abrams if he had to choose between her and Sen. Raphael Warnock’s (D-GA) reelection. Breitbart News was the first news outlet to report the remark. Stacey Abrams isn’t somebody Georgia should be pushing. Walker has promised to continue voting against the wishes of the people of Georgia in favor…

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