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As the Biden admin continually funds other countries with taxpayer money, their agenda is going down the tubes, this was all suppose to be done using a cover story. The economy is hitting the people hard and the people know it. The Bitcoin regulation is unconstitutional. How do you introduce a digital wallet? The [DS] was tricked, Trump made an announcement and they thought it was about playing cards, the real announcement came later. The announcement was how Trump was going to drain the swamp when he is inaugurated. It has begun, Trump will counter everything the [DS] is doing. The [DS] players are completely silent on the violation of the constitution. Trump has all the leverage and the [DS] will be nothing by the end of all this. Trump just signaled that Comey is now on deck. Comey before Declas.
Do you know what happens when struggling 2nd and 3rd world nations are forced into "green" energy?
Their leaders escape with all the loot and the country collapses into chaos.
These people are all fkn insane. https://t.co/VXmjl0dyFU
— john jackson (@pvtjokerus) December 14, 2022
- Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg posted a photo of himself flying commercial after a Fox News report revealed he often flies private on taxpayer dime.
- “Staff tells me this is my 99th flight this year. Looking forward to visiting our Volpe Center in Cambridge, MA, where USDOT is undertaking important research to advance American transportation.” Buttigieg said.
- Biden’s Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has taken at least 18 flights on private jets all paid for by US taxpayers, according to Fox News.
- Recall, Trump’s Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price was forced to resign after taking 26 private flights in 2017.
- Pete Buttigieg flies on private jets while lecturing Americans on the virtues of making sacrifices in the name of climate change.
- retail sales in November were down in November by more than experts expected.
US News and World Report reported on this morning’s retail sales results.
The Commerce Department said on Thursday that retail sales dropped 0.6% last month.
Americans are losing money in their retirement savings. They are losing money through inflation and the economy is falling. This is the Biden economy.
- Nine of 13 retail categories fell last month, according to the report, including electronics, furniture and building materials stores. Vehicle sales also declined, due in part to a drop in the prices of used cars and trucks. The value of sales at gasoline stations were down 0.1% as pump prices fell.
- What’s behind the retail sales miss?
- The unwind of California’s one-time “anti-inflation” stimmy check
- Credit card spending in October was boosted by the additional round of Prime Day and related promotions, as well as one-off stimulus payments in California (CA).
- The National Retail Federation conducted a survey asking families how much they plan to spend for the 2022 holiday season. According to their findings, the average family intends to spend $832 on “core holiday items.” That includes presents, decorations, and dinners. That’s a decrease of 5% compared to the $879 that was spent on average in 2021.
- Interestingly, the National Retail Federation says that despite the drop in direct holiday spending, it anticipates that there will be a 6% to 8% rise in overall household expenses through the end of December, indicating that Americans are spending less on the holidays and more on basic household costs.
Our survey found that 70% of shoppers are taking inflation into consideration — and, specifically, coping with inflation by:
- Buying fewer things: 51%.
- Using more coupons: 36%.
- Scaling back on gift giving: 27%.
- Spacing out purchases over several months: 24%.
- Buying more in bulk: 23%.
- Trying new brands: 22%.
- Buying more used items: 22%.
- President Zelensky’s wife was in Paris the past few days asking for more money and support for Ukraine to make it through the winter. She also stopped off at some shops to pick up some things for herself.
- Source: thegatewaypundit.com
- WHAT’S IN THE BILL?
- The Digital Asset Anti-Money Laundering Act Of 2022, proposed by Senator Elizabeth Warren, proposes the following regulations, among others:
- Section three, part a: The classification of custodial wallets and “unhosted wallet providers,” likely meaning developers of non-custodial wallets, as well as cryptocurrency miners, validators or other nodes that may act to validate or secure third-party transactions, independent network participants and other validators with control over network protocols as money service businesses.
- Section three, part d: Promulgation of a rule that prohibits financial institutions from handling, using or transacting with digital asset mixers, privacy coins and other anonymity-enhancing technologies, as specified by the secretary of the U.S. Treasury; and handling, using or transacting business with digital assets that have been anonymized.
- Section three, part a of the Digital Asset Anti-Money Laundering Act Of 2022 would deem anyone developing non-custodial wallets as money transmitters, requiring them to obtain a license. The problem: “unhosted wallet providers” do not exist. “Unhosted wallets,” or non-custodial wallets, are simply software.
- INFRINGING ON THE FIRST AMENDMENT
- The enactment of section three, part a would hence require anyone writing software which enabled the sending, receiving and signing of bitcoin transactions to obtain a money transmitter license. This attempt at restricting the writing of code is nothing new and a directly unconstitutional approach, as the U.S. constitution clearly states that “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech.”
- Under these circumstances, attempts at regulating the writing of software have been struck down by U.S. courts numerous times.
- 911 audio and police bodycam footage of the Paul Pelosi hammer attack was aired at David DePape’s preliminary hearing on Wednesday.
According to a court reporter for NBC, the tv monitor was facing the SFPD officer on the stand so most people in court couldn’t see the actual video, but could only hear audio.
- ‘He isn’t a danger to society, I don’t even know if he even attacked Mr. Pelosi. For all that we know he was some sort of sex slave, as Elon Musk pointed out.’
- Pompeo seems to uncomfortably dance around the question and doesn’t flat out deny it
- Trust Kansas?
- Time will tell.
- “In June, 2017, a month after FBI Director James Comey was fired by President Donald Trump, FBI agents visited his home and collected ‘as evidence’ four memos that allegedly detail conversations he had with President Trump….
- ….He told the OIG that he had ‘had them there for quite a while,’ and that because he viewed them as personal documents, like his will or his passport, it ‘never would’ve occurred to [him]’ to give those back to the FBI. He also stated that he did not seek permission of the FBI to retain these Memos, because he did not consider them to be FBI records.”
- ….Comey recalled writing two other memos after conversations with Trump that he claimed were ‘missing’…‘FBI docs further confirm that James Comey should never have had FBI files on President Trump at his home and that the FBI failed to secure and protect these private and classified files,’ stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.”
- Judicial Watch: New Docs Show FBI Agents Went To Comey’s Home to Retrieve Memos – Judicial Watch
- Updated 9/10/19 Documents also show Comey’s claim that two memos he wrote documenting conversations with President Trump were ‘missing’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it received six…
- Judicial Watch
- “Comey told the OIG that, when he was removed as FBI Director, he had four memos—Memo 2, Memo 4, Memo 6, and Memo 7—in his personal safe at home. He stated that he did not notify anyone at the FBI that he had retained these documents….
More Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell allegations have been unsealed.
Testimony that one girl on Epstein's Island "looked well under 18" and was "abused."
A 15 year-old victim whose passport was taken by Maxwell.https://t.co/I2urF07N5j
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) December 14, 2022
Unsealed testimony regarding a 15 year-old victim:
Witness says the girl walked in with Maxwell and Epstein.
"She said they asked me for sex, I said no."
"Ghislaine took my passport." pic.twitter.com/xX0qZI9aNM
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) December 14, 2022
- The thousands of people illegally coming into our Country on a daily basis is a DISASTER and, considering how many of them there are, and what they’re bringing with them, not so much different than a military invasion. Two years ago we had the safest Border in U.S. history, now we have, by far, the WORST!
- Twitter has blacklisted the account that published public information about the movement of Elon Musk’s private jet, claiming it violates the site’s rules. Elon Musk had previously called the account “free speech.”
- Sweeney ran a number of accounts that tracked jet movements, including planes owned by Russian oligarchs and an aircraft associated with the Russian president Vladimir Putin. He also ran an account called @CelebJets tracking various celebrity jets. All of the accounts have been suspended, although remained active for some time after the banning of the @ElonJet account.
- Sweeney said that he plans to continue tracking Musk’s jet on Instagram, Facebook, and Telegram and will launch a similar account on the social media site Mastodon. However, it is reported by the Verge that Twitter is now banning links to other websites featuring the jet tracker:
Anyone recognize this person or car? pic.twitter.com/2U0Eyx7iwl
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 15, 2022
Any account doxxing real-time location info of anyone will be suspended, as it is a physical safety violation. This includes posting links to sites with real-time location info.
Posting locations someone traveled to on a slightly delayed basis isn’t a safety problem, so is ok.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 15, 2022
JUST IN: U.S. Senate passes bill to bar federal employees from using TikTok on government-owned devices – Reuters
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) December 15, 2022
Reminder: top-level decisions at TikTok are still made by ByteDance’s founder out of their headquarters in Beijing & leaked recordings revealed TikTok staff referring to a "Master Admin" in Beijing who "has access to everything" https://t.co/zlTZYGKylp
— Philip Letsou (@philipletsou) December 15, 2022
- Trump Was Right: Bipartisan Push in Congress to Ban TikTok Underway
Two years after Donald Trump tried to get an American company to take over TikTok’s American assets because he saw the app as a threat to America’s social mediapjmedia.com
Q, please tell us it’s still NO DEALS!
- The House passed a joint resolution containing 17 amendments based on Madison’s proposal. The Senate changed the joint resolution to consist of 12 amendments. A joint House and Senate Conference Committee settled remaining disagreements in September. On October 2, 1789, President Washington sent copies of the 12 amendments adopted by Congress to the states. By December 15, 1791, three-fourths of the states had ratified 10 of these, now known as the “Bill of Rights.”
- The Keller ISD School Board met Monday night to discuss the state’s “Guardian Program,” an effort for schools to have an armed defensive approach to an active shooter on campus while waiting for law enforcement to arrive.
- The CDC has a dedicated webpage that discusses gun violence. About midpage it reads:
Although definitions of defensive gun use vary, it is generally defined as the use of a firearm to protect and defend oneself, family, other people, and/or property against crime or victimization.
Estimates of defensive gun use vary depending on the questions asked, populations studied, timeframe, and other factors related to study design. Given the wide variability in estimates, additional research is necessary to understand defensive gun use prevalence, frequency, circumstances, and outcomes.
- A study that indicated as many as 2.5 million defensive gun use (DGU) happen each year was removed.
- According to an article in “The Reload,” published on Thursday, the CDC allowed gun control advocates to dictate policy, with the CDC removing the study from its website. The advocates had difficulty getting the CDC to meet with them until Dick Durbin’s office pressured the CDC to schedule a virtual meeting. During the meeting and later in emails to officials at the CDC, Mark Bryant of Gun Violence Archive (GVA), asserted that the study was “damaging to the political prospects of passing new gun restrictions and should be eliminated from the CDC’s website.”
- Bryant emailed CDC officials later saying:
- “[T]hat 2.5 Million number needs to be killed, buried, dug up, killed again and buried again,” “It is highly misleading, is used out of context and I honestly believe it has zero value – even as an outlier point in honest DGU discussions.”
- According to The Reload, the FOIA production included a fair share of fully redacted pages but also contained some illuminating emails including a reference to “plans to talk about potential changes “off-line.” Was that to avoid a paper trail and create plausible deniability for both the gun control advocates and officials at the CDC?
- On Wednesday evening, Princess Bajrakitiyabha, 44, collapsed during a canine training session in preparation for the Royal Thai Army event to run with dogs at the Working Dog Championship contest in Pak Chong district.
- According to reports, she suffered from heart attack.
- This is a developing story: We’ll give updates on the situation as we learn more.
- Republicans on the U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released an interim report regarding the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 22-page report is titled: “UNCLASSIFIED SUMMARY of the SECOND INTERIM REPORT ON THE ORIGINS OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC,” and concludes that not only was the virus accidentally released from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but that it may well have been an outgrowth of biological weapons research.
- Bear in mind, as RedState reported last year, bioweapons research at the WIV was funded, at least in part, by the US Department of Defense:
Bottom line: The Pentagon was, through USAID, funding research of bioweapons as part of its responsibility to develop defenses to bioweapon attacks — anti-viral treatments and vaccines. To develop treatments and vaccines for bioweapons, you need to first develop such weapons.
EcoHealth Alliance took funding for research from that USAID, money that came from a Unted States Department of Defense bioweapons research agency, and spent it doing research on bioweapons with a state-run bioweapons lab in China.
Therefore, the United States military was (possibly unwittingly) funding bioweapons research at a military bioweapons lab in China. For years.
Video has emerged, as repored earlier, showing presumed infiltrators among protestors in Brasilía Monday night, when five busses and six cars were torched,
Following the brutal arrest of indigenous leader José Acácio Serere Xavante by Federal Police in front of his wife and children Monday for the crime of protesting, violence broke out in the Brazilian capital, with Bolsonaro supporters allegedly attempting to storm police HQ and free Xavante.
- Now this…
- The men who set the bus on fire on Monday night were all felons. They were dressed as Bolsonaro supporters. It was all a setup.
- From the tweet below, translated: The Prime Minister arrested three vagabonds and confessed to the District Police Station that they received them. R$ 200.00 from one of the PT Leaders in Brasilia to set a bus on fire. The elements are in custody at the DP.
The criminals who set fire to Brasília were all inmates.
Bolsonaro supporters stated on social networks that the acts of vandalism in Brasilia were committed by “infiltrators” in the protests. A video seemed to show agents provocateurs torching a bus in Brasilía, shouting “Bolsonaro out!”, “Son of a bitch!” and “Fascist!”
- As National Archives prepares to release 260 emails relating to Hunter Biden and Burisma, the Biden White House faces a tough decision about executive privilege.
- The National Archives’ task force on racism claimed in a little-noticed report to the US’s top librarian that the Archives’ own Rotunda is an example of “structural racism.”…
- Paxton investigating Zuckerberg-funded group for alleged partisan electioneering efforts in 2020
- “Charities cannot mislead their donors and misrepresent the purpose of their fundraising,” Paxton said when announcing his office’s investigation.
Trump is setting all of this up, he is conditioning the media,
- Now they all have to tuck their tails between their legs and report on the REAL announcement, which is a step by step plan to restore free speech in America.
- DJT plays these idiots every time, and they ALWAYS fall for it