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The products and fuel are going to rise in the new year. The ships are being diverted and they are spending more money on war insurance. Retailers are reporting that they are not seeing the bump in holiday purchases. The economic narrative is falling apart. The [DS] is making moves against Trump, but the more they do the worse it is getting. The people are now being shown who the real dictators are. Colorado decided to remove Trump from the ballot, but did you see what they really did? Trump wants the people to know who the enemy of the people really are. They are interfering in the election which means these same people cheated in the 2020 election.
- For commercial vessels still transiting the vital waterway that connects to the Suez Canal, Bloomberg noted in a separate report that the cost of insuring jumped this week from about .1% to .2% of the hull value to .5%. A $100 million vessel must pay about $500,000 per voyage.
- Increased insurance costs plus more extended travel around the Cape of Good Hope only suggest snarled supply chains and increased prices of goods.
- Of small business owners surveyed, 55% said that their profit margins decreased this year, and a further 70% said that their own personal spending plans for their families were negatively impacted following their own assessment of the state of the economy, according to a poll by Goldman Sachs conducted from Dec. 1 to Dec. 8 of 337 small retail business owners. Consumer spending previously slowed in October as the Americans’ savings declined to $768.6 billion in the month, down from the over $1 trillion held in May and even further from the all-time high of almost $6 trillion held in April 2020
- Around 67% of small businesses surveyed noted the decline in relative sales was due to consumers having less disposable income, and around 31% noted the hardship the rise of online shopping has had on brick-and-mortar businesses, according to Goldman Sachs. Another 67% noted that the economy in 2023 is tougher than in previous years.
- Group says Supreme Court justice omitted portions of husband’s income on disclosure forms for years
- — A conservative policy group has filed an ethics complaint against Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson for “willfully” omitting required income disclosures for years while serving on the federal bench.
- The Center for Renewing America, a think tank led by former senior Trump White House official Russ Vought, sent a letter to the Judicial Conference with allegations that Jackson “willfully failed to disclose” required information about her husband’s malpractice consulting income for more than a decade.
- The letter suggests that the Judicial Conference should refer Jackson’s possible ethics violations to Attorney General Merrick Garland for investigation and possible civil enforcement.
- The letter notes that federal judges are legally required to disclose the “source of items of earned income earned by a spouse from any person which exceed $1,000…except…if the spouse is self-employed in business or a profession, only the nature of such business or profession needs be reported.”
- As part of her nomination to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Jackson disclosed the names of two legal medical malpractice consulting clients who paid her husband, Dr. Patrick Jackson, more than $1,000 for the year 2011, the letter notes.
- In subsequent filings, however, Jackson “repeatedly failed to disclose that her husband received income from medical malpractice consulting fees,” the letter reads.
All agree: Media bias worst ever, Biden coverage condemned
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) December 18, 2023
MEXICO TO CHALLENGE TEXAS' NEW 'INHUMANE' MIGRATION LAW (Reuters)
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Tuesday said Mexico was preparing to challenge a new Texas law allowing state law enforcement to arrest suspected migrants, which he called "inhumane." pic.twitter.com/ptOGrEiE3n
— FXHedge (@Fxhedgers) December 20, 2023
- The Biden administration is mulling legal action against Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) after civil rights organizations sued over a new law that gives state and local law enforcement the ability to arrest suspected illegal immigrants.
- Blowback from Democrats and liberal organizations commenced less than 24 hours after Abbott signed SB 4, which gives non-federal police the legal authority to arrest immigrants who have illegally entered the state from a foreign nation. Immigration laws are federal, therefore, until the signing of SB 4, only federal law enforcement had the authority to make such arrests, and some already have taken legal action to quell Abbott’s latest border security action.
“The great replacement theory is not some grand right-wing conspiracy theory, but a basic statement of the Democratic party's platform." –@VivekGRamaswamy
How do you know Vivek challenged 'The Narrative?'
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) December 20, 2023
Pakistan is emptying their prisons and sending them to Europe.
They throw away their documents and pretend to be below the age of 18.
Europe just lets them get away with it, gives them hotel rooms, food and benefits plus some pocket money for spending.
These people are not… https://t.co/yxHd6d8qi4
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) December 20, 2023
- coming to become good workers in European jobs. They are coming for the free benefits and to conquer your countries.
- Back in February of 2023, the Federal District Court Judge overseeing Virginia Giuffre v. Ghislaine Maxwell (the civil case brought against Maxwell by one of her victims) considered whether to publicly disclose the names of certain “John Does” that came up during the course of that litigation. The attorneys for Giuffre and Maxwell put together a list of 167 John Does and provided descriptive references for each, which would allow the Judge to determine which John Does should be unsealed and which ones should remain sealed.
- The Judge has ordered the unsealing of names and materials relating to some – but not all – of the 167 John Does (not 177 as has been reported) identified in the list submitted to the Court. View the full order here.
- As we clarified last February, the John Does who will be unsealed aren’t “Epstein’s List.” Their names were referenced in any number of ways during the civil case, whether through depositions, medical records (the names of doctors), or in witness lists exchanged between the parties. (To that we add a note of caution: witness lists can be very broad and not all witnesses are material or have even basic information.)
- And again, many of the John Does were not alleged by the parties to have committed any wrongdoing. For example, John Doe 14 is referenced in one sealed court filing related to an effort by Maxwell to oppose answering deposition questions under seal. The “sealed material as to [John Doe 14] is not salacious.” He isn’t, as others have promised, a key figure in the Epstein/Maxwell crimes.
- There are approximately 100 John Does who were previously identified. Some had been interviewed by the media. The names of others (including victims) had been discussed in Maxwell’s criminal trial. This includes victims and perpetrators.
- Approximately 67 remain unidentified.
- For 33 of the unknown John Does: the sealed material relating to them “is not salacious” or their name was in a search term or they were mentioned in a deposition. In the case of John Doe 88, “the only reference [of John Doe 88] is a deposition question in answer to which the deponent denied knowledge of the individual.”
- Six of the unidentified John Does are victims whose names will not be released.
- Six of the unidentified John Does were identified as either victim affiliates or alleged witnesses with connections to the victims. Their names and materials concerning them will be released.
- The names, and materials relating to, a number of Epstein affiliates or former Epstein employees will be released. Records indicate – but do not guarantee – that the majority of these do not include salacious information.
- The name and materials concerning John Doe 29 – a former Epstein employee – will be unsealed. The Judge described them as “a staff member possibly present at a time and place.” This might be an Epstein employee who was theorized by a witness to perhaps be present in a home when a victim was abused.
- There are, however, John Does who may be significant. But that is a small number compared to the 167 John Does subject to the Judge’s order.
Marsha Blackburn continues to push for Jeffrey Epstein's blackmail video footage and the names the FBI is hiding after being blocked twice before she could subpoena the records. Keep going, Marsha! We want the video footage!
"When you talk about transnational crime and… pic.twitter.com/HZNhxGklBU
— Green Lives Matter (@Ultrafrog17) December 19, 2023
- identifying organizations. We’ve got one of the biggest, most well-known, most high-profile, sex trafficking rings in this Jeffrey Epstein case. Director Wray didn’t give me a very complete answer when I asked about transparency.. About releasing those flight logs and who else was involved in this. Why would you not release these flight logs?
- Why would there be a protection of this information? Why would you not make public all of the video from Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach town house that the FBI has? The chairman ended up adjourning twice before I could request a subpoena. Here you have a group and we can’t get the information. It is just ridiculous that we are sitting here. We have laws on the books. We have a need for information.”
A judge has ruled to unseal documents that would name 177 of Jeffrey Epstein's high-profile associates in the first days of 2024.
So here's a reminder that at CPAC in 2015, Trump randomly brought up Epstein Island, Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew, long before anyone was even… pic.twitter.com/ygJqlwpFYE
— Patri0tsareinContr0l (@Patri0tContr0l) December 19, 2023
- talking about Epstein. Will these two be on the list? Will Trump be proven right AGAIN?
JUST IN – Polish public media chiefs dismissed, news channel stops broadcasting as the new pro-European government takes control. pic.twitter.com/ZCRumqWYYR
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 20, 2023
- The Iran-backed Houthi terrorist organization controlling Yemen threatened to turn the Red Sea into a “graveyard” on Monday in response to U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announcing a coalition to stop Houthi pirate attacks on shipping vessels in the region.
- The Houthis – a terrorist group that has waged civil war in Yemen since 2014 and calls itself “Ansar Allah” – declared war on Israel in October in response to the country organizing a defensive response against the Sunni jihadist terror group Hamas.
- The Biden regime is actively considering re-designating Yemen’s Houthi rebels as a “terrorist” group.
- This decision comes after the Houthis claimed the seizure of a commercial ship in the Red Sea, an act condemned by United States National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby.
- The Houthis, an Iran-backed group, have controlled large parts of northern Yemen, including the capital, Sanaa, since 2014 and have recently carried out attacks on Israel, launching missiles and drone attacks, and threatening to seize Israeli vessels in the Red Sea.
- “The United States and the world’s largest flag states for commercial vessels transiting the Red Sea also issued a joint statement condemning, in the strongest terms, the threats and the acts by the Houthis,” Kirby said during a press conference Tuesday.
- Obama most likely instructed Biden to remove the designation,
- Taiwan will “handle” Chinese balloons flying nearby based on threat assessments, though officials believe the current wave is for weather purposes, driven by the prevailing winds at this time of year, the Defence Ministry in Taipei said on December 20.
- The potential for China to use balloons for spying became a global issue in February when the United States shot down what it said was a Chinese surveillance balloon. China said the balloon was a civilian craft that accidentally drifted astray.
- Taiwan is on high alert for Chinese activities, both military and political, ahead of January 13 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. Taipei has warned that Beijing may try to interfere to get voters to pick candidates China may prefer.
- Taiwan’s Defence Ministry has so far this month reported four instances of Chinese balloons flying over the sensitive Taiwan Strait, then crossing airspace to the island’s north before vanishing.
Protest in the U.S. Capitol calling for a ceasefire in Gaza and opposing military aid for Israel. USCP says around 60 arrested.
They joined tours and started chanting once they reached the rotunda, unfurling banners and lining up empty shoes for kids killed in Israeli strikes. pic.twitter.com/RLXH2H3RQl
— Alejandro Alvarez (@aletweetsnews) December 19, 2023
BREAKING – Linda Sarsour, one of America's most vile antisemites, has been arrested in Washington D.C. by Capitol Police after she and dozens of others staged an anti-Israel protest INSIDE the U.S. Capitol building a few hours ago. pic.twitter.com/MogcOTLDsh
— StopAntisemitism (@StopAntisemites) December 19, 2023
- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Tuesday that Ukrainian military leadership proposed mobilizing 450,000-500,000 new conscripts to fight Russia as Kyiv is dealing with a manpower shortage.
- Under martial law, men ages 18-60 are barred from leaving the country, but anyone under the age of 27 without prior military service is exempt from the draft. Ukraine’s parliament passed a bill lowering the age to 25 that Zelensky has yet to sign, but he signaled on Tuesday that he will.
- When asked if he would approve the mobilization of women and men under 25, Zelensky said, “Women – no, I will not sign it… As for 25-year-old men, (yes) if all the arguments are presented. As of today, I see that it is necessary, so I agree with it.”
In today's WSJ, we learn of a 47-year-old who was arrested and detained until he signed up for the army.
"Physically, I can't handle this," the man says.
Ukraine is turning into a rump state, unable to provide basic services, arresting 50-year-old men for conscription.
— J.D. Vance (@JDVance1) December 20, 2023
- President Biden said that former President Trump is embracing Russian President Vladimir Putin by quoting him, while also bashing the GOP pushback over his remarks that immigrants are “poisoning the blood of our country.”
- He was alluding to Trump’s controversial rally in New Hampshire on Saturday, during which the former president quoted Putin and made comments that have drawn comparisons to Nazi rhetoric before and during World War II.
- A Trump-appointed federal judge has cleared the way for the Biden regime to remove an iconic Confederate memorial promoting reconciliation between the Union and the Confederacy at Arlington Cemetery, lifting an injunction issued the day prior. He also had some choice words for the statue itself.
- New York state is one step closer to giving reparations to descendants of slaves.
- New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) on Tuesday signed a bill that gives a commission power to consider giving reparations to blacks.
- The Democrats are demanding hundreds of thousands of dollars in reparations per black person.
- Excerpt from The New York Times:
- During a press conference on Tuesday Hochul boasted about the prospect of paying black people reparations even though they were never slaves.
- “I know the word ‘reparations’ brings up a lot of conflicting ideas for people,” Hochul said on Tuesday. “A lot of people instinctively dig in when they hear it, without really thinking about what it means or why we need to talk about it.”
- New York is the second state after California to consider reparations for blacks who are descendants of slaves.
- California Democrats are calling for $800 billion in reparations when California was never even a slave state.
- Kamala Harris has announced that she will be embarking on a nationwide “Reproductive Freedoms Tour” in support of abortion.
- The tour will kick off in Wisconsin, a battleground state, on January 22 — which marks the 51st anniversary of the Supreme Court’s original decision in Roe v. Wade.
- Dreeben, Monaco, Smith, Weissmann, and all the rest suffer massively from Trump Derangement Syndrome, TDS—In other words, and for reasons unknown, they hate me!
- against their Republican Opponent, me, immediately. This is a Pandora’s Box, that works two ways, and it should be closed and tightly sealed RIGHT NOW. Withdraw your Political Indictments and Lawsuits, Joe, before it is too late!
- CNBC’s Steve Liesman said Tuesday that poll numbers are bad for President Joe Biden “no matter how you look at it.”
- Liesman jumped right into Biden’s approval rating, noting that despite economic data that shows inflation is rising but at a slower rate, Americans are still souring on the administration.
- “Americans giving President Biden terrible approval numbers no matter how you look at it. First, let’s look overall, 35% overall approval versus 59%, a record high for the CNBC All-America Survey during the president’s tenure, 33-62 on the economy, he’s — he’s as almost as much underwater as he’s ever been,” Liesman said.
- According to Axios, the president frequently tells friends and aides some rendition of: “I feel so much younger than my age.”
- But senior White House officials and the first lady herself are reportedly concerned that Biden may be overexerting himself.
- According to Biden’s inner circle, Jill Biden keeps close tabs on the president’s schedule to guard against overexertion. She pushes for extra rest and intervenes with staff to carve out more downtime and consistent sleep for the president.
- Exclusive: FBI finds scant evidence U.S. Capitol attack was coordinated – sources
- The FBI has found scant evidence that the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol was the result of an organized plot to overturn the presidential election result, according to four current and former law enforcement officials.
- Though federal officials have arrested more than 570 alleged participants, the FBI at this point believes the violence was not centrally coordinated by far-right groups or prominent supporters of then-President Donald Trump, according to the sources, who have been either directly involved in or briefed regularly on the wide-ranging investigations.
- From a Washington Examiner essay:
- The Cambridge Dictionary defines ‘insurrection’ as: ‘an organized attempt by a group of people to defeat their government and take control of their country, usually by violence’ By that definition, there was no ‘insurrection’ at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, according to the FBI.
- The FBI confirmed that there was no organized effort on January 6th, 2021 to overturn the election, so why do so many media outlets and other Democrats continue to claim there was?
All 7 Colorado Supreme Court Justices were appointed by Democrats. 3 of them dissented with the ruling to bar Trump.
Here are the 4 that voted for. pic.twitter.com/oDl6c8acX9
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) December 20, 2023
The El Salvador President is the first world leader to condemn Joe Biden’s fascist moves to keep his opponent off the ballot. https://t.co/NdLMieWoBW
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) December 20, 2023
Biden White House Gets Media To Spread Nazi-Style Propaganda That Trump Is Hitlerhttps://t.co/VpnBL1JVrL
— The Federalist (@FDRLST) December 19, 2023
- See what is happening, the D/fake news are using propaganda to tell you that Trump is a dictator, he is like hitler, Trump is allowing them to show you. Sometimes you need to show the people.
- Can you see, Biden supports Zelensky, he cancelled the election in Ukraine. Biden is interfering in the election before the election by removing .
- The fake news will be all in on this, if you supported and planned the insurrection you cannot be on the ballot. Think about what is being done, how do you stop all those who supported the insurrection from running again.
- In a republic the people make the decision who will be the next President, let the people decide
The opinion of the Colorado Supreme Court is shameful and runs completely counter to our constitutional system.
Donald Trump was not removed from office by Congress for engaging in insurrection.
Donald Trump has not been criminally convicted in a court of law of engaging in…
— Justin Amash (@justinamash) December 20, 2023
- insurrection. Whatever you believe about whether Donald Trump engaged in insurrection has no bearing on whether he’s eligible to run for president. No legislative, executive, or judicial body of a state should engage in extraconstitutional decision-making to disqualify a federal candidate from the ballot. This isn’t accountability; it’s an assault on due process of law. It undermines our electoral system and threatens every federal candidate for office.
As Biden collapses in the polls, and Trump rises, Democrats are going to resort to increasingly desperate — and anti-democratic — means to ensure Trump can't run, all while they insist that only they are the Guardians of Democracy.
This is playing with real fire: https://t.co/UFdoju77UW
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) December 20, 2023
One side is jailing their political rivals and removing them from the ballot.
The other side is a Threat to Democracy.
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) December 19, 2023
All assets deployed.
[Current landscape] coordinated and deliberate events to impact [rig] P_election.
The future of our Republic is at stake.
Survival as a Nation.
We Rise or We Die.
We, the People.
- The Colorado Republican Party is considering a significant shift in its presidential primary process. In a bold move, party officials have threatened to abandon the primary system altogether, opting for a pure caucus system.
- This drastic consideration comes in response to a recent ruling by the Colorado Supreme Court, which disqualified former President Donald Trump from the 2024 ballot, citing the 14th Amendment and allegations of insurrection.
- The controversy intensified when Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy announced his decision to withdraw from the Colorado primary.
You won't have to because we will withdraw from the Primary as a Party and convert to a pure caucus system if this is allowed to stand.
— Colorado Republican Party (@cologop) December 20, 2023
— Dan Scavino Jr.🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) December 20, 2023
I'm loving the Colorado overreach.
The decision will be reversed.
Trump's poll numbers will go up.
But best of all, this gives you permission to assume the 2020 election was rigged — without proof — because "stop Trump at any cost" is evident in this decision. https://t.co/SP3Dih7q5i
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) December 20, 2023
This is going to be tossed out of court by the first Federal judge that reviews it.
Several other states, including liberal judges, have already disagreed with similar lawsuits. pic.twitter.com/bIPr2DVhAb
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) December 20, 2023
MORE – Trump campaign: "The Colorado Supreme Court issued a completely flawed decision tonight." pic.twitter.com/EuqrDp2tW0
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 19, 2023
NOW – Trump: "Joe Biden is a threat to democracy."pic.twitter.com/WfgM4tgJzP
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 20, 2023
Strange that they are only going after one candidate but not the others. Tells you everything you need to know.
We will however light a FIRE to flush them out.
End is near.
“Under my leadership, we will have a great rebirth of loyalty to the American farmer and loyalty to the American flag.” — President Trump in Waterloo, Iowa
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) December 20, 2023
BQQM… There is your hat tip anons..
He knows what he just did.. Anyone that says otherwise is fooling themselves.
— Joe Rambo (@BrainStorm_Joe) December 20, 2023
Tip Top Tippy Top Shape
It was requested.
Did you listen today?
This is not another 4-year election….
Listen very carefully.
Power returned to the people.
Long term solutions.