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The fake news organizations are in real trouble, this is one of the reasons they are pushing the JCPA, they need funds to keep their propaganda outlets operational. The people are now rejecting the [CBDC], the infrastructure is not ready and the people see the truth. The [DS] is going after Trump and the people that surround him. The [DS] is panicking, they need to stop him at all costs because if they don’t all of these people will be going to prison, they know this. Trump has been setting these people up for a long time and exposing their crimes, the people aren’t stupid they are seeing the truth, more is on its way. The [DS] is now building the Qanon, MAGA terrorist narrative, they are walking right into the trap the patriots have set for them.
- California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) changed his plan for a windfall tax on oil company profits to describe the tax as a “penalty” to avoid a requirement that new taxes be passed by a two-thirds vote in the state legislature.
- In September, when Newsom first tried to scapegoat oil companies for high gas prices, claiming that they are engaged in “extortion,” he called explicitly and publicly for a “windfall tax” on the energy companies’ profits.
- Newsom has attempted to claim that the “tax” is really just a “penalty,” because there may not be enough votes in the Democrat-dominated legislature to raise taxes again:
- Why the change from taxes to civil penalties?It has to do with the state constitution, which requires any tax to be passed by two-thirds majorities in both houses of the Legislature. Newsom is betting that the civil penalties that he proposes would be exempt from that requirement and thus need only simple legislative vote majorities to become law.In other words, he’s not certain that despite overwhelming Democratic legislative majorities he could muster a two-thirds vote for a profits tax, due to a general reluctance among politicians to impose new taxes and the oil industry’s vigorous courting of support, aided by its influential unions.
- Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, introduced a bill to close the shadow banking loophole for large companies seeking banking charters from the FDIC.
- Called industrial loan companies, or ILCs, the nonbanking entities operate without the oversight required for traditional banks.
- The Close the Shadow Banking Loophole Act comes about a month after Twitter’s new CEO Elon Musk shared his plan to transform the social media platform into a payment service and reportedly registered with the Treasury Department as a payments processor.
- Allowing tech and commercial companies to act as banks without proper oversight “will only open doors for predatory lending, invasions of consumer privacy, and broader financial instability,” Brown, D-Ohio, said in a press release. “To protect consumers’ pocketbooks and ensure a strong banking system for Main Street, we need to ensure all banking institutions play by the same rules,” he added.
- The Federal Reserve Board of Governors on Dec. 2 invited public comment on proposed principles for managing climate-related risks of banks with $100 billion or more in assets.
- Six of the board’s seven members voted in favor of the move.
- One governor, Christopher Waller, dissented.
- “I cannot support this issuance of guidance on climate change. Climate change is real, but I disagree with the premise that it poses a serious risk to the safety and soundness of large banks and the financial stability of the United States.
- The directive orders that citizens and businesses cannot withdraw amounts exceeding $45 (20,000 nairas) per day and $225 (100,000 nairas) per week from ATMs. Withdrawals from banks of over $225 (100,000 nairas) and $1,125 (500,000 nairas) will be subject to processing fees of 5% for individuals and 10% for businesses.The order also details that cashback via point-of-sale terminals cannot exceed $45 (20,000 nairas) per day either.
- Nigeria was one of the first governments to launch a CBDC, unveiling the eNaira in October 2021. However, traction has been low. Only 0.5% of Nigerian citizens are estimated to be using the digital Naira, per a Bloomberg report. Now, it seeks to increase the usage of it through regulations like this.
- Bitcoiners have been outspoken opponents of CBDCs, describing various weaknesses that point to Bitcoin being the superior alternative. CBDCs, Bitcoiners argue, can lead to outsized surveillance of the population, total control of people’s money and complete lack of sovereignty when it comes to the debasement of value of a currency.Beyond that, Bitcoiners have argued that not only are CBDCs inherently bad, but their success is entirely improbable, as the infrastructure necessary to implement them as envisioned simply doesn’t exist and is not going to be made by incapable governments.
- It was just over a month ago that The New York Times was concerned that luxe fashion brand Balenciaga would be damaged by having Kanye West, now Ye, continue as their brand ambassador. Now, the Times is claiming that the brand’s ad campaign promoting child exploitation is a QAnon plot to bring down the Spanish fashion house.
- After a detailed explanation of how tasteful Balenciaga’s two recent, controversial ad campaigns actually are, the Times claims that criticism of the ads from Fox News and Tucker Carlson’s criticism are part of a QAnon conspiracy theory that the world of influence is run by an elite cadre of pedophiles.
- Two Democratic congressional committee chairs have co-authored letters to the State and Defense departments on Tuesday asking for an array of records on Jared Kushner’s family business, raising concerns about his financial interests as he influenced the Trump administration’s foreign policy in the Persian Gulf.
- House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney (N.Y.) and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (Ore.) in asking for the records cited previously undisclosed emails that largely relate to a 2018 bailout of a Kushner-owned office building. The request comes as part of the committees’ investigation into whether the former White House senior adviser’s financial conflicts of interest improperly influenced U.S. policy.
- The letters, which were first reported by The Washington Post, detail how Canadian investment firm Brookfield Asset Management cut a previously known deal to pay a 99-year lease up front on the Kushner family’s 39-story office building in midtown Manhattan, worth about $1.1 billion, helping the Kushners avoid defaulting on impending loan payments.
- President Trump to appeal Manhattan decision, slams ‘Greatest Political Witch Hunt in the History of our country’
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- ·THE GREATEST WITCH HUNT OF ALL TIME CONTINUES, OVER & OVER AGAIN, & THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY AREN’T GOING TO TAKE IT MUCH LONGER. A GIANT POLITICAL SCAM!!!
- The House Ethics Committee is investigating Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
- “Pursuant to House Rule XI, clause 3(b)(8)(A), and Committee Rules 17A(b)(1)(A), 17A(c)(1), and 17A(j), the Acting Chairwoman and Acting Ranking Member of the Committee on Ethics have jointly decided to extend the matter regarding Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, which was transmitted to the Committee by the Office of Congressional Ethics on June 23, 2022,” it said in a statement.
- The committee did not reveal what it is investigating Ocasio-Cortez for, in accordance with its rules. Shortly after taking office, conservative groups filed complaints alleging that she misused congressional resources. She also faced scrutiny for her involvement with the Super PAC Justice Democrats.
Here Elvis contradicts himself, saying it's not a pending investigation but that the matter hasn't been adjudicated.
Translation: Mueller indicted a bunch of random Russians knowing they would never come to the US. FBI is now using that as an excuse to conceal "hack" evidence. pic.twitter.com/WfwSYIFjas
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) December 7, 2022
Most of Earth: “The MSM is biased.”
Wikipedia: “Cite MSM source to confirm this claim.” 🤣🤣
Wikipedia has a non-trivial left-wing bias.@jimmy_wales, what are your thoughts?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 6, 2022
- Yoel Roth and his peers in the managerial elite view free speech as an obstacle to attaining total conformance with their worldview. Late last month, Yoel Roth — the former head of trust and safety at Twitter — was a featured panelist at a conference hosted by the Knight Foundation titled “Informed: Conversations On Democracy In The Digital Age.” Roth spent the hour-long panel fielding editorialized questions from left-wing tech journalist Kara Swisher in which the two revealed how leftists view Big Tech as little more than a mechanism for further consolidating their grip on institutionalized power.
Many don't understand the extent to which the administrative state (deep state) dominates both Republican and Democrat admins. Twitter was co-opted by the state. Dorsey has basically admitted as much. https://t.co/n3kzQHco7N
— Jordan Schachtel @ dossier.substack.com (@JordanSchachtel) December 7, 2022
A great public servant retired from the FBI today. Jim Baker’s integrity and commitment to the rule of law have benefitted our country through 5 presidents, of both parties. We are fortunate he and so many others choose to devote their lives to justice.
— James Comey (@Comey) May 5, 2018
New letters GOP incoming house oversight chairman @JamesComer to senior Twitter execs Gadde, Roth + Baker (former FBI GC) “to testify at a public hearing.” These letters matter, maybe first step toward compelling testimony if individuals do not appear voluntarily. pic.twitter.com/1v598xVW5y
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) December 7, 2022
- The Biden administration has approved two separate arms sales to Taiwan worth more than $425 million as China has stepped up its threats and aggression toward the island.
- The State Department said the sales are for spare aircraft parts to support Taiwan’s F-16 fighters, C-130 transport planes and other weapons systems that the United States has supplied. The total is made up of $330 million in standard replacement parts and $98 million in non-standard equipment and related accessories and logistics.
BREAKING: Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) has announced an end to COVID-19 related fines and penalties. He has ordered all prosecution of covid-shutdown fines be stopped, and wants Virginia to develop a "reimbursement process" for those who paid "unjust" fines and fees.
— Spencer Allan Brooks (@SpencerSays) December 6, 2022
- Twitter set up a portal for government officials and “stakeholders” to submit posts that allegedly contained COVID-19 misinformation for Twitter to review,
- Twitter officials used the portal to track online posts for review, and invited Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials to enroll, according to documents AFL obtained through its litigation against the CDC. Twitter’s Todd O’Boyle enrolled the CDC’s Carol Crawford in the portal in May 2021 after she sent an email labeled “COVID Misinformation” with links to several Twitter posts who wrote about microchips and “vaccine shedding.” O’Boyle described the channel as “the best way to get a spreadsheet like this reviewed.”
- Newly revealed emails confirm that Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden’s outgoing COVID-19 adviser who publicly bragged that he was “the science,” probably contributed to an article that purported to debunk the idea that the pandemic originated in a lab.
- It confirmed, “The federal officials most responsible for shaping COVID-19 origin narratives may have covertly contributed to a March 2020 research paper concluding that ‘SARS-CoV-2 is not a laboratory construct’ and rejecting the plausibility of ‘any type of laboratory-based scenario.'”
- Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared to contradict his own agency during a Nov. 23 deposition by claiming that he is not involved in the redaction of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, a transcript of the record revealed on Monday.
- When asked about his role in responding to various FOIA requests about his emails from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), of which he is the director, and the National Institute of Health, Fauci responded that he was not immediately involved; however, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) previously claimed otherwise.
- “I don’t — a FOIA request does not come to me, and I look through my e-mails and give the e-mails that they ask for,” Fauci said in the transcript. “We have a system at the NIH where FOIA requests come in and a different component of the institutes tap into the e-mails and provide the e-mails that are requested. I don’t decide which e-mails go and don’t go.”
- Fauci continued, stating that he has “never redact[ed]” anything.
- “I have no involvement in what gets redacted. It gets redacted at multiple levels beyond my — beyond me.”
- However, the HHS claimed otherwise during a Joint Status Report in a 2020 lawsuit filed by the Daily Caller News Foundation over a public record request. The request is being managed by Judicial Watch, a conservative organization dedicated to “transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law,” according to its website.
- Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, accused Fauci and the HHS of being “dishonest.”
- “Either Fauci was being dishonest about his role in FOIA or his agency was misleading a federal court to stall the release of key China-covid documents,” Fitton told the DCNF.
The military COVID vaccine mandate will end!
Page 407 & 408 of NDAA text just released.
Next steps: end all COVID vax mandates (healthcare workers and foreign visitors), and reinstate all members of military wrongfully terminated due to vax.https://t.co/hRVftUh6yl pic.twitter.com/o8noBxngGe
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) December 7, 2022
Lamond, an intelligence officer for the police force, was responsible for monitoring groups like the Proud Boys. Tarrio regularly communicated with Lamond before the Proud Boys came to the capital city to discuss the 'purpose of the trip, the agenda, and the location.'"
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) December 7, 2022
Tarrio was arrested on Jan 5 not for planning an "insurrection!" but for burning a BLM flag in December 2020.
This is why Jan 6 committee wants to omit any criticism of law enforcement incl FBI and Capitol Police.
They were either totally incompetent boobs or accomplices–pick.
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) December 7, 2022
- Peru President Pedro Castillo announced the dissolution of congress and called for legislative elections to draft a new constitution hours before an impeachment debate, escalating a political crisis and putting the Latin American nation’s democracy under threat. Members of the constitutional court decribed the move as “a coup.”
- Castillo had tried to beat lawmakers to the punch as they prepared to debate a third attempt to remove him from office. The national ombudsman’s office called it a coup.
- Lawmakers then voted 101-6 with 10 abstentions to remove Castillo from office for reasons of “permanent moral incapacity.”
Presidente do Peru, Pedro Castillo é destituído do cargo pelo Congresso, pouco depois de anunciar a dissolução do Parlamento e um "governo de exceção".
— Aquiles (@linsaquiles) December 7, 2022
President of Peru, Pedro Castillo is removed from office by Congress, shortly after announcing the dissolution of Parliament and an “exception government”.
Local media reports Peru President Castillo has been detained by police on charges of sedition after he dissolved Congress and declared a state of exception, then was impeached and seeking asylum in Mexico.
Read my full statement: pic.twitter.com/k9nHaG8GCT
— Lee Zeldin (@leezeldin) December 7, 2022
Well would ya look at this? Stephen Richer of all people helping to protect us all from "misinformation and disinformation." #CISA #infrastructure #censorship #BigGovernment pic.twitter.com/JujcKLCac0
— 🇺🇸Ungovernable🇺🇸 (@wmahoney5) December 1, 2022
- Christina Bobb & Team Trump found a document that shows Stephen Richer (Maricopa County Recorder) was coordinating with CISA (Federal government) to manipulate the outcome of the election in Arizona.
- A Big Tech lawsuit has uncovered one of the most disturbing revelations yet about social media companies’ collusion with law enforcement agencies to police speech on the Internet. A former FBI agent, Elvis Chan, revealed during the court hearings that the bureau held weekly meetings with major social media companies prior to the 2020 and 2022 elections.
- On Wednesday, the court transcript of former FBI agent Elvis Chan’s testimony was released and corroborated earlier reports.
- Chan testified that he was in regular contact with Facebook’s Steven Siegel and Twitter’s Yoel Roth, as reported by Lee Fang.
- Chan also related the the U.S. government is in regular correspondence with major social media platforms regarding elections; namely, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (or CISA).
- Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) is one of the Senators preventing the Democrats from ramming the widely condemned Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) through the legislative process without a debate on the floor.
- The JCPA is a financial handout for the nation’s wealthiest and most powerful media conglomerates. The bill will allow the creation of a joint negotiating entity, a.k.a. a cartel, to force arbitration agreements on Big Tech companies, forcing them to give the media industry financial and other favors.
- Large media conglomerates and their hedge fund owners set to be the biggest winners of the JCPA, with provisions in the bill that allow companies that own multiple news outlets to sign up all their publications to join any new cartel, allowing the biggest conglomerates to dominate proceedings.
- The bill also allows the cartel to write its own rules to exclude potential new members, a recipe for sidelining conservative and alternative media. Protections in the bill against “viewpoint” discrimination fall flat, as the exclusion and censorship of conservatives in recent years has always been justified using viewpoint-neutral pretexts, like “disinformation” and “extremism.”
- The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) is potentially a TikTok bailout bill, as it puts multiple new restrictions on U.S. platforms, but leaves the China-owned app free to steal American user data.
- The JCPA, the way it is currently written, contains a loophole that gives TikTok a license to push propaganda against U.S. interests.
Why are some Republicans working with Dems to destroy alternative media? This law gives Big Tech & the Corporate Media MORE censorship power. Strip it out of the NDAA!
Group of 10 GOP Patriots Push Back on McConnell, Democrat Push to Include JCPA in NDAAhttps://t.co/Qgcq9imNMk
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) December 6, 2022
- British Prime Minister and billionaire associate of the World Economic Forum Rishi Sunak is calling for draconian police powers to deal with “illegal protests,”
- The problem is that the actions of these protesters are being exploited by government officials in order to con the public into supporting police powers that could be used against more legitimate freedom movements tomorrow.
- German authorities said they had dismantled a domestic far-right terrorist cell inspired by the QAnon conspiracy on suspicion of planning to overthrow the government.
- Of the 25 people arrested in the early hours of the day, 22 are suspected of conspiring to foment a coup, the country’s federal prosecutor said. Their alleged plans included an armed storming of the federal parliament. The other three, including a Russian citizen living in Germany, are suspected of supporting the group, the prosecutor said.
- The FBI is conducting three times as many domestic terrorism investigations than it was five years ago, with 70 percent of its open cases focused on “civil unrest” and anti-government activity, according to FBI documents and government specialists. The Bureau has also quietly changed the general classification of white supremacy, antisemitism, abortion-, and anti-LGBTQI+-related extremism to “hate crimes” rather than “terrorism.” Since terrorism remains the top national security priority, this has lowered the visibility and resources dedicated to those issues.
- The FBI considers all violent acts (and threats of violence) with a political motive to be terrorism, a senior government official explains to Newsweek. But not all acts of extremism are considered terrorism. “If an act is focused on the government, it’s terrorism,” the source says. “But if extremism is focused on private individuals or institutions, it’s considered just a crime or classified as a hate crime.”
- ·#5GW ITS TIME TO UNIFY FOR THE WAR AGAINST HUMANITY