Author: slstaff

After the court reporter took Fauci’s deposition, she sneezed, and he asked that she wear a mask. After Dr. Anthony Fauci’s deposition last week, Louisiana’s attorney general, Jeff Landry, predicted that the public would be “shocked” to learn that Fauci could not recall “some of the most important actions and discussions” as presidents Trump and Biden’s chief medical adviser during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Republican attorney general told Fox News Digital, “I think that the public is going to be startled as to how much Dr. Fauci can’t recollect some of the most crucial acts and talks that he had…

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Twitter CEO Elon Musk intimated on Monday that he might be getting ready to “go to war” with Apple, which has mostly suspended advertising on Twitter and threatened to oust the social media network from its App Store. In a series of tweets, Musk criticized Apple and its CEO, Tim Cook, while also bringing up the issue of censorship. Apple’s Twitter advertising has been drastically cut back. They clearly dislike the concept of free speech in the USA. Query Musk. I tweeted at Tim Cook, “What the heck is going on?” Musk went on to say that Apple had “threatened…

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Protests have broken out in several Chinese cities, and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) isn’t happy that Apple is the latest American firm to come to its help before the start of the rebellion. This is merely the most recent instance of American companies caving to pressure from the Chinese Communist Party in order to make money in the totalitarian nightmare, despite the fact that doing so would amount to implicit support of the despotic government’s human rights atrocities. Apple’s move to limit the ability of iPhone users in China to share data from device to device, avoiding the CCP’s…

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When reports surfaced that the Covid-19 virus had been released from a lab in Wuhan, Dr. Anthony Fauci and his Democratic constituencies attempted damage control. Through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Guardian writer Jimmy Tobias was able to access emails describing a teleconference between Fauci and numerous virologists on February 1, 2020, during which they discussed the coronavirus and its likely origins. In spite of Fauci and other health authorities’ attempts to dismiss the idea that the virus originated from a lab breach, emails reveal that, at the time, such a possibility caused significant alarm. In an email chain,…

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Both the meeting with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and the meeting with Chinese nationalist Ye at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club drew harsh criticism of the President. After receiving criticism for inviting the musician to his Mar-a-Lago resort, former President Trump referred to Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, as a “volatile man.” Ye had three guests: a long-lost political buddy and two strangers. Donald Trump stated of Kanye West on Saturday, “I help a very distressed man, who just happens to be black, Ye (Kanye West), who has been crushed in his career and virtually everything and who has always been…

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Barrett has been criticized by former members of the People of Praise, who believe he has connections to a covert Christian group. A lot of people are crossing their fingers that Supreme Court Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett will step down from hearing a case on an agency’s handling of LGBTQ couples’ wedding websites. Barrett’s recusal from the case 303 Creative LLC v. Aubrey Elenis was advocated for by several ex-members of People of Praise, a network of laity Christian communities formed in 1971 in South Bend, Indiana. Arguments before the Supreme Court will commence on December 5th, it was…

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The United States said on Friday that it would ban the export and import of certain technology created by various Chinese businesses over national security concerns. As a result of the FCC’s assessment that these companies’ import and sale of certain technology may compromise national security, the FCC has established a regulation to restrict them from doing so. We are “keeping the lights on,” as FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel put it. To “defend our national security by prohibiting the licensing of defective communications equipment for use within our borders” is the declared aim of the Federal Communications Commission. The new…

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When billions of dollars in aid delivered to Ukraine by the Biden administration went missing, the administration found itself in a sticky situation. If the twenty billion dollars in military aid delivered to Ukraine can’t be located, Republicans have threatened to audit the Biden White House. The audit would reveal the extent to which funds from the United States are being misappropriated by foreign entities. The previous Biden administration looked into the matter of the missing funds, but the country only received a small percentage of the promised help. Once the GOP obtains control of the House, no more “blank…

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Democratic Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy said that it’s “probably not” the case that President Joe Biden has the 60 votes he needs to approve gun regulation in the lame-duck session of Congress. During an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, Murphy shattered Biden’s hopes for passing an assault weapons ban. Murphy, on the other hand, lauded the comprehensive gun measure approved earlier this year, saying that the elimination of mass shootings will result from the prohibition of assault weapons. Murphy expressed his satisfaction with President Biden’s plan to have the Senate vote on an assault weapons prohibition.…

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Retailers are disappointed that this year’s most significant shopping day did not live up to their expectations. Business publications have reported declining foot traffic at malls around the United States. The Christmas buying joy may have been hampered by rising prices and low consumer confidence. People were seen waiting inside establishments at Times Square in New York City as workers waited for customers who had not yet come despite the overcast weather and light rain. Lines weren’t forming outside any businesses at the American Dream mall in East Rutherford, New Jersey. An employee from Toys”R” Us was spotted distributing fliers…

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Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, is now running against Ronna McDaniel for the position of RNC Chairwoman. To get a different outcome, new “input” is required, as Lindell sees it since McDaniel “failed” as a leader. These elections will be the most transparent and trustworthy in American history. I assure you that we will not give up until we have succeeded in doing away with voting machines altogether. Lidell declared on his talk program, “We need someone everybody, and I’ll step into that if God-willing.” The 2020 election would be the first time Dominion voting machines were utilized. After…

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Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter, warned on Friday that the firm would suffer “severe harm” if the app were removed from the app stores of Apple and Google. On Twitter, political journalist Liz Wheeler said that Musk would make his smartphone if Apple and Google removed Twitter from their app stores. “Half of the country would gleefully forsake the biased, spying iPhone & Android,” I shot back. Surely, if he can construct rockets that can reach Mars, he can put together a simple smartphone. I hope it doesn’t come to that,” Musk has said, “but if there’s no other choice,…

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President Biden has stated that he will decide by the beginning of 2019 whether or not to run for president. President Joe Biden said on Saturday that he and his family are “not having any” discussions about a possible presidential candidacy in 2024 as he spends the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in Nantucket, Massachusetts. Reporters approached President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden as they crossed a street on their island vacation and inquired how discussions about potential re-election were going. “You won’t find any of that here. There is a party going on, “In response, the president said something. During…

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To spread a message of love and tolerance, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared in a local version of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Trudeau told the drag queens that it had been “an enormous joy” to be a part of the fight as the show’s emcee congratulated him for being “such an ally” and the first Canadian leader to march in a Pride parade. The man, 50 years old, slurred his words and gesticulated wildly as he rambled on, “Is it possible to go beyond “tolerate” and actually embrace love, accept, learn from, and be challenged by the people and ideas…

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The U.S. manufacturing sector is preparing for the worst as a potential rail strike looms. Concerns over rigorous schedules and the absence of paid sick leave led one of the largest train unions to reject an agreement earlier this week, resulting in unapproved contracts. To the American public, Republican Senator Bill Hagerty of Tennessee has issued a “very likely” strike warning during the hectic Christmas season. “I mean, you struck the nail on the head,” Hagerty continued, “I believe it’s pretty plausible. The union officials actually bullied their members into accepting this arrangement in order to get them through the.…

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