• It’s telling that House Democrats unveiled their latest effort to pack the Supreme Court at an event hosted by “dark money.” Hidden donors pushing an unpopular, radical agenda from the shadows is the left’s modus operandi.
  • Meet Take Back the Court, the “dark money” group that claims credit for “mov[ing] the window on court expansion” from the fringe to the Democratic Party’s mainstream—proof that the activist tail is wagging the Democratic dog.
  •  Oddity #1: Take Back the Court is run by Aaron Belkin, a self-described dancer and San Francisco State University professor specializing in “sexuality in the armed forces.”
  • Belkin also runs the Palm Center, which advocates for transgenderism in the military. Bizarrely, in 2019 the center shuffled nearly $813,000—about half of its total expenses that year—to Take Back the Court Action Fund, Belkin’s 501(c)(4) lobbying wing. The center is a “controlling entity” over the Bay Area advocacy group, but Belkin seemingly has nothing to do with the courts.
  • Oddity #2: The original donor behind this mysterious cash infusion remains a mystery. But six- and seven-figure grants can be traced back to the center from the foundation of Jennifer (formerly James) Pritzker, a transgender ex-colonel of those billionaire Pritzkers in Chicago, including Illinois’ Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Whether that money was passed through to pack the Supreme Court is unclear.
  • Then there’s oddity #3. Despite its name, Take Back the Court Action Fund is called the “1/20/21 Action Fund” in the IRS archives. Its last public disclosure is from 2018, which ought to raise serious transparency questions. Nonprofits are legally required to file annual disclosures to maintain tax exemption. Where are the rest?

Source: thefederalist.com

EXCLUSIVE: Ghislaine Maxwell is moved to low-security federal prison in Florida – where she can take part in an inmate talent show, continue teaching fellow inmates yoga or learn a trade like baking, plumbing or cosmetology

  • Ghislaine Maxwell has been moved to FCI Tallahassee, a low-security prison in Florida, where she will serve her 20-year sentence
  • It is against the recommendation of Judge Alison Nathan, who asked the Bureau of Prisons to send her to FCI Danbury in Connecticut
  • Maxwell was convicted of helping billionaire sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein abuse underage girls  after a trial in December
  • The new prison will be just about a five-hour drive from where she lured the young girls to be abused by Epstein 

Source: dailymail.co.uk

New York Times Accused of ‘Normalizing’ Cannibalism After Publishing ‘Sick’ Essay
  • Cannibalism “has a time and a place,” according to a recent New York Times piece that was blasted for “normalizing” human consumption.
  • In an essay published in the New York Times on Saturday — titled “A Taste for Cannibalism?” — writer Alex Beggs discussed recent media involving cannibalism.
  • “A spate of recent stomach-churning books, TV shows and films suggests we’ve never looked so delicious — to one another,” she wrote.




Source: breitbart.com


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