DC judge lets Dominion voting machine lawsuits pursue Powell, Lindell, Giuliani

D.C. 08/12/21, 18:00

A federal judge in Washington ruled Dominion Voting Systems's defamation lawsuits may proceed against three Donald Trump allies on Aug. 11. Dominion is suing lawyer Sidney Powell, attorney Rudy Giuliani, and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell for $1.3 billion. The business claims it suffered damages after the previous president and his supporters ...

Facebook responds to President Biden criticism: ‘The White House is looking for scapegoats for missing their vaccines goal’

News 07/18/21, 03:33

On Saturday, Facebook rebutted U.S. President Biden's claim that the social network site is "killing people" by letting disinformation about CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus (COVID–19) shots spread, claiming that the facts contradict Biden's claims. “They knew what they were doing. The White House is looking for scapegoats for missing their vaccine ...

GOP Sen. Rand Paul demands probe into NSA allegedly spying on Tucker Carlson

U.S. 07/13/21, 19:25

A Republican senator from Kentucky has joined calls for an investigation into the National Security Agency (NSA) alleged monitoring of Tucker Carlson. Sen. Rand Paul sent an open letter to the NSA Director Gen. Paul Nakasone to request an investigation into the agency's alleged spying and unmasking of the Fox News ...

Democratic Chicago Mayor’s office admits it excluded white reporters

U.S. 06/14/21, 00:39

America’s third most populous city leader confessed she refused multiple media interview requests because the reporter was white. Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's office openly admitted to having a policy of refusing access to Caucasian journalists. Office of the Mayor Communications Director Kate LeFurgy was recently caught saying her employer organized a ...

The Supreme Court upholds college students’ First Amendment rights

U.S. 03/19/21, 05:25

The United States Supreme Court ruled 8-1 in favor of two Christian students who sued their college for limiting free speech. Georgia Gwinnett College students were involved in the incident, which happened in 2016.  Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski is a case involving two former students of Georgia Gwinnett College. They attempted to ...

Lockdown protesters will be censored for spreading ‘harmful misinformation’ says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

U.S. 04/21/20, 04:17

Conservative movements to reopen business will face greater censorship after one of the world's largest internet companies announced a crackdown against supportive messages shared on its online platform. Facebook has confirmed it will judge the credibility of, and take action against, users who post information that appears to support protests against extreme ...

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