While everyone is focused on the Kavanaugh three-ring circus, guess who’s in the process of moving their entire operation to China? Acxiom, a tech company in the business of collecting data on everyone. As in everyone on the planet, not just United States citizens.
Douglas Gabriel interviews Michael McKibben
Shortly after Lindsey Graham went off on Senate Democrats for ruining Kavanaugh’s life in order to derail his confirmation, Republicans were doxxed.
Those doxxed included Republican Senators Mike Lee, Orrin Hatch of Utah and Lindsey Graham, reported the Washington Times.
Two Democrats refused to vote on a motion to advance Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, and multiple Democrats serving on the Senate Judiciary Committee walked out on the proceedings directly after the vote.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein launched a tirade on House Republican lawmakers and staffers in May, after they requested records about the FBI’s investigative strategy in the Russia case, according to a congressional email documenting the meeting, as well as two additional sources.
Lindsey Graham went ballistic during the Kavanaugh hearing today. I subjected myself to nearly the entirety of it. Aside from Kavanaugh fighting back tears during the nearly 45 minutes of his opening statement, Graham’s handful of minutes were the most memorable. See for yourself at the link in the production notes below.
The following are key points of an excellent analysis regarding President Donald Trump’s plans for this nation and the traitors currently entrenched in federal, state and local governments across the United States.
Executive Order 13818, December 2017
Executive Order 13825, March 2018
Google has drawn a lot of scrutiny, and not in a good way, for biasing search results against conservatives, artificially promoting leftists and left-wing causes, and smearing and blacklisting conservatives. So much for not being evil.
Dear Chairman Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein: When I testified in front of the Senate three weeks ago, I explained my belief that fair process is foundational to justice and to our democracy.
If reports about the departure of Rod Rosenstein from his deputy attorney general role are correct, Noel Francisco is about to become one of the most important men in Washington, D.C. Why? The solicitor general will be the leading guy in the whole Russia collusion theory the left’s been peddling against President Donald Trump since — well, since before the wheel.
The benchmark S&P 500 hit a session low on Monday after Axios reported that U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had resigned in anticipation of being fired by President Donald Trump.