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Congressional Republicans Signal Support for Trump 2024 Bid

Congressional Republicans have made it clear they will support President Donald Trump if he chooses to run for the White House again in 2024. “If he were to run in 2024, I think he would be the nominee,” said Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., according to Politico. “And I would support...

Texas Republican Introduces House Bill Blocking Funds to States That Don’t Clean Voter Rolls

In light of recent allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 election, Rep. Brian Babin, R-Texas, introduced a bill this week that would block federal funding to counties that do not commit to cleaning their voter rolls. The bill, called the “You Must Be Alive to Vote Act,” would tie...

Liberal Activists Sue Ga. Election Officials, Demand They Add 200,000 Inactive Voters

Liberal groups filed a lawsuit on Wednesday alleging that Georgia election officials wrongly removed nearly 200,000 voters from its registration list before the 2020 election. Three activist groups---the Black Votes Matter Fund, the Transformtaive Justice Coalition and the Jesse Jackson-founded Rainbow Push Coalition---sued Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for...

Trump Campaign Unveils Evidence Proving Thousands Voted Illegally in Nevada

The Trump campaign unveiled new witness testimony and evidence to support its claim that the Nevada presidential election was rife with voter fraud. The campaign presented its case in a Nevada court on Thursday, and President Donald Trump’s legal team said it is confident the judge will find enough evidence...

GOP Sens. Introduce Bill to Criminalize Doxing Govt., Law Enforcement Officials

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., and several other Republican legislators introduced a bill this week to ban doxing government officials or their family members. The bill, called the Public Servant Protection Act, would give all government employees, elected officials, and appointees at the local, state and federal levels the right to...

VIDEO: Suitcases of Ballots Pulled Out After GOP Observers Sent Home in Ga.

(Headline USA) At a hearing before the Georgia Senate Oversight Committee on Thursday, President Trump's legal team showed video from the tabulation center at State Farm Arena in heavily-Democratic Fulton County, where a few remaining election workers pulled out suitcases from under a mysteriously-appearing table after Republican observers were...

Ga. Republicans Anxious over Trump Rally Amid Vote-Fraud Turmoil, Senate Runoffs

President Donald Trump on Saturday will head to what's being billed as his first post-election rally in Valdosta, Ga., near the Florida border. But with all eyes on the Peach State, which could play a key role in Trump's own political fate as well as the balance of the US...

Dems are No-Shows at Sen. Ron Johnson’s ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ Corruption Hearing

Fearful of future stonewalling, two powerful GOP Senators redoubled their efforts to bring closure, transparency and accountability to the FBI's "Crossfire Hurricane" conspiracy by releasing a tranche of documents they had obtained. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., made public more than 400 pages of material they...

Trump Gives Vote Fraud Address: ‘This May Be the Most Important Speech I’ve Ever Made…’

President Donald Trump offered an update on efforts to investigate and fight vote fraud in a sometimes scathing rebuke of the failures exposed during the Nov. 3 election. "We used to have what was called Election Day," he said in the sometimes discursive 45-minute speech. "Now we have election days, weeks...

CNN Threatens to Call Cops as Project Veritas Releases Tapes Proving Network’s Extreme Bias

UPDATE: In another release Wednesday, Project Veritas posted what it said were the internal deliberations of CNN executives discussing their decision to bury coverage of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal. Several leftist outlets, including NPR, as well as social-media publishers Twitter and Facebook, have drawn considerable criticism for their efforts...

Disgraced Comey Lands Gig Teaching Character, Leadership at Columbia Law School

Disgraced former FBI Director James Comey landed a teaching position at Columbia Law School next year, according to the university. The school announced on Tuesday that Comey will be a senior research scholar and part of the Reuben Mark Initiative for Organizational Character and Leadership beginning in January. He will...

Schumer Blames Democratic Senate Losses on Cal Cunningham

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., admitted this week that Democrats lost the Senate and blamed their losses on failed Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham, who “couldn’t keep his zipper up.” Schumer has blamed Cunningham in several meetings with top Democratic donors, according to Axios, even though he is the one...
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