So many battles being fought

Who Shot Ashli Babbitt? And Why Is This A State Secret? I & I Editorial Board – “This is typical of Congress, which seems to delight in exempting itself from the laws it forces on everyone else.”

Now we learn that we have a federal police force that is not accountable to the public. Neo – “Why are the Capitol Police different? Why are they even less accountable than the Secret Service? I believe it is because they are Congress’s special police force, and Congress made the rules exempting them.”

Who Is Stewart Rhodes? Mark Wauck – “I think it’s fair to say that Rhodes was not only the “Kingpin” of the Oath Keepers but he’s also the Kingpin of the Zhou regime’s entire “insurrection” narrative–Mr. Big.” … “My point in this regard is a very simple one, and it’s the one that Revolver raises. In the circumstances of the continuing prosecutions of so many simple people who were even remotely connected to the January 6 Event, it’s just about impossible to believe that Rhodes was not acting all along under the control of the FBI, as an operational informant.”

Did the Feds Lie About January 6? Navy Vet Capitol Protester Says So and Wants His Case Moved Out of ‘Trump-Hating’ Capital. Victoria Taft – “Prosecutors have delivered four versions of their claims in four superseding indictments against Caldwell, each less histrionic and myth-making than the one before.” … “The defense motion claims that prosecutors “knowingly disseminated false and incendiary claims” that Caldwell and others planned to sack the Capitol and “execute” people when they had no evidence for it – not even after conducting a “cyber colonoscopy” on cell phones and computers.”

UPDATED: Tucker Carlson Redux. Mark Wauck – “The revelation that the Tucker Carlson email around which the NSA spying controversy has swirled was part of an attempt by Tucker to arrange to interview Vladimir Putin makes a lot of things more clear.”

It looks like Fusion GPS is panicking over being forced to disclose communications as Russiagate was being hatched. Thomas Lifson – “The writer who calls himself Techno Fog has been following closely the libel lawsuit launched by Alfa Bank’s owners against Fusion GPS over its accusations that the bank had engaged in “bribery, extortion, and interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.”

James O’Keefe Has Twitter on the Backfoot After Massive Legal Victory Against Them. Brandon Morse – “O’Keefe ends by asking what it is that Twitter is so afraid of, but hints that they have every reason to be afraid thanks to some information they’ve gathered, including more video footage.”

New Evidence Indicates Enough Illegal Votes In Georgia To Tip 2020 Results. Margot Cleveland – “In Georgia, there was both an audit and a statewide recount confirming Biden’s victory, but ignored in the process was evidence that nearly 35,000 Georgians had potentially voted illegally.”

Bret Weinstein Speaks On The Pandemic Regime And The Censorship Of Science. Mark Wauck – “And this response was treated, in the MSM, as somehow reasonable. When, in fact, it’s the sheerest irrationality.” … “This may not be an entirely new insight, but I think it’s a powerful way of expressing the mindset of the people we’re dealing with. They inhabit a Manichean world of pure good and evil, and since they self identify as good what they seek is also good, and as for anyone else … ”


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