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LIN WOOD: Was the ‘John Roberts’ on Jeffrey Epstein’s Flight Log the Chief Justice?

Conservative super-attorney Lin Wood raised questions on Thursday as to whether Chief Justice John Roberts flew on pedophile millionaire Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express. I have long had questions about “the John Roberts” on Jeffrey Epstein private jet flight logs. I suspected it was our Chief Justice. MSM has shown no...

Dominion Voting Systems Demands Sidney Powell Retract Vote-Fraud Allegations

Dominion Voting Systems is demanding that attorney Sidney Powell retract her claims that the company’s voting software contributed to widespread fraud in several battleground states. The company sent a letter to Powell warning her that she will expose both herself and President Donald Trump’s campaign to “substantial legal risk for...

Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Exclusion of Illegals from Census Count

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court has dismissed as premature a challenge to President Donald Trump's plan to exclude people living in the country illegally from the population count used to allot states seats in the House of Representatives. But the court’s decision Friday is not a final ruling on the matter...

Supreme Court Denies Kentucky Christian School’s Plea to Reopen

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to block an order by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear that bars in-person K-12 education until early January in areas allegedly "hard hit" by COVID-19, rejecting a plea from a private religious school. The court said in an unsigned opinion that Beshear's order will...

Calif. Judge Says Strip Club Ruling Also Protects Restaurants, Defying Newsom

(Headline USA) A California judge cleared the way Thursday for all restaurants in San Diego County to resume on-site dining, marking a major, if temporary, setback to the governor’s stay-at-home order to "slow the spread" of the coronavirus before the state's intensive care units run out of beds. Gov. Gavin Newsom...

Parents Lose Lawsuit Over Destruction of Son’s Porn Stash

(Associated Press) A man who sued his parents for getting rid of his pornography collection has won a lawsuit in western Michigan and can seek compensation. U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney ruled in favor of David Werking, who said his parents had no right to throw out his collection. He lived at...

Detroit Asks Judge to Punish Sidney Powell for Filing ‘Kraken’ Lawsuit

The city of Detroit asked a federal judge to impose sanctions against attorney Sidney Powell over her lawsuit alleging widespread vote fraud in key battleground states, including Michigan. In her lawsuit, Powell alleged that Detroit election officials intimidated Republican poll watchers --- confirmed by several witnesses' affidavits --- and removed...

Judge Lets San Diego Strip Clubs Stay Open Under Newsom’s COVID Lockdown

(Headline USA) Two San Diego strip clubs can remain open and make their own determinations about providing a safe environment for dancers and patrons during the coronavirus lockdown, a judge ruled Wednesday, dealing a setback to California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s health order that calls for such establishments to be shuttered. The...

Texas Leads New Court Case Striking at Heart of Obama’s DACA Policy

(Headline USA) A federal court next week is expected to consider whether to invalidate a program that shields from deportation immigrants brought to the United States as children, potentially creating complications for a potentially incoming administration of Joe Biden. The challenge scheduled to be heard Dec. 22 in Houston concerns President...

Defense Dept. Official Files $50M Lawsuit Against CNN For Defamation

A Trump administration official filed a $50 million lawsuit against CNN for defamation, according to Fox News. Kash Patel, the chief of staff to acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller, filed the lawsuit this week, alleging the network published “unfounded left-wing political narratives” about him. The lawsuit specifically names CNN and five...

UPDATED: Trump Gets Split Decision in Wisconsin Supreme Court Election Lawsuit

UPDATE: The Wisconsin Supreme Court today ruled in a decision favorable to President Donald Trump's campaign that "indefinitely confined" voters, as defined by their own designation, is illegal under state law. The court ruled that any voters found to have done so illegally must have their votes thrown out....

SCOTUS Tosses Texas Case, Dimming Hopes of Vote-Fraud Election Reversal

The US Supreme Court summarily dismissed a case from Texas---along with at least 19 other states, the Trump campaign, hundreds of GOP congressmen and the Pennsylvania legislature---that sought a judicial review of evidence regarding massive vote fraud in the Nov. 3 election. The court claimed in a statement late Friday...

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