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Dominion Voting Systems Plans to Sue Sidney Powell, and Maybe Trump

Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos said he plans to sue pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell for defamation over her claims that his company’s voting machines contributed to widespread election fraud in key swing states. Dominion sent a letter to Powell last month demanding that she retract her claims about the...

Texas AG Files Lawsuit Against Austin Mayor Over COVID Shutdown

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the city of Austin and its mayor, Steve Adler, over the city’s extreme coronavirus restrictions. My team and I are preparing decisive action against @austintexasgov and @TravisCountyTX. They issued their illegal shutdown orders late last night, right before a holiday in...

Oregon Salon Owner Sues Gov. for $100K Over COVID Restrictions

An Oregon salon owner is suing Gov. Kate Brown for $100,000 in damages over Brown’s coronavirus restrictions. Lindsey Graham, owner of Glamour Salon in Salem, argued in her lawsuit that shutting down private businesses “caused greater negative health effects on Oregonians in the form of increased stress, anxiety, and depression,”...

Delaware Computer-Store Owner Sues Twitter for Defamation over Hunter Biden Scandal

John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer store owner at the center of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal sued social-media publisher Twitter for defamation after the tech juggernaut falsely and maliciously accused him of being a hacker. In the month leading up to the Nov. 3 election, Twitter and other tech...

Nevada Student Sues School After Being Bullied in Mandatory ‘Critical Race Theory’ Course

A charter-school student in Nevada is suing for punitive damage after he was singled out for humiliation and attack by a teacher attempting to indoctrinate students with "woke" leftist dogma. High school senior William Clark and his mother, Gabrielle Clark, filed the lawsuit against Democracy Prep Public Schools and the...

Ohio Court Upholds Arrest of Drunken Man Wielding Gun in His Own Home

(Headline USA) The arrest of a man handling a weapon while he was drunk in his own home was constitutional, a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. An attorney for defendant Fred Weber had argued his 2018 arrest was unconstitutional because he was at home and the weapon was unloaded...

SCOTUS Schedules Urgent Pennsylvania Vote-Fraud Lawsuit for After Inauguration

The Supreme Court on Wednesday denied President Donald Trump's appeal to hear a critical Pennsylvania election lawsuit on an expedited basis, effectively killing the challenge the Epoch Times reported. The high court told Pennsylvania that it had to respond to Trump's challenge by Jan. 22, 2021, two days after the...

Dominion’s Ex-Security Chief Sues Trump Allies for Reporting about Alleged Antifa Call

(Headline USA) A former top-level employee of Dominion Voting Systems who was reportedly caught on tape bragging at an Antifa conference call about having rigged the November presidential election has filed a defamation lawsuit against President Donald Trump's legal team and some of its top allies. In a pre-election call...

Former ‘Throuple’ Rep. Katie Hill Sues Ex, Media Over Nude Photos

(Associated Press) Former U.S. Rep. Katie Hill sued her ex-husband and two media outlets Tuesday for distributing “nonconsensual porn” that helped torpedo her political career. Hill sued Kenneth Heslep, who she said launched a “scorched earth attack” on her after she broke up with him by distributing nude photos to the...

Judge Rules Wisconsin Must Pay For Sex Offender’s Gender Reassignment Surgery

A federal judge ruled that the state of Wisconsin must pay for a gender-reassignment surgery for a convicted sex offender. Mark Campbell, who now goes by Nicole Campbell, was convicted in 2007 of sexually abusing his 10-year-old daughter. In 2013, Campbell began seeking a gender reassignment surgery, but the Wisconsin Department...

Trump Campaign Petitions SCOTUS to Quickly Hear Pennsylvania Case

(Headline USA) President Donald Trump's campaign on Sunday continued with its efforts to ensure accurate results from the Nov 3. election, saying it had filed a new petition with the Supreme Court. The petition seeks to reverse a trio of Pennsylvania Supreme Court cases having to do with mail-in ballots...

Appeals Court Reverses Judge’s Order That Temporarily Suspended Stay-at-Home Edict

(Headline USA) A California appeals court on Friday blocked a judge's order allowing San Diego County restaurants to resume indoor and outdoor dining, keeping Gov. Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home edict in full effect. A three-judge panel's brief order gave no explanation and came almost immediately after the state asked for emergency...

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