Saturday, October 24

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Mitt Romney’s Office Confirms He Did Not Vote For Trump In 2020 Election

However, Romney's office did not state whether he voted for presidential Democratic candidate Joe Biden. Last week, the Utah senator, who frequently criticized Trump, rebuked the president for refusing to condemn QAnon, an online campaign based in a town hall around a sprawling but unfounded conspiracy theory that the FBI warns is a domestic threat of violence. "The president's refusal last night to condemn an unfounded and dangerous conspiracy theory follows a disturbing pattern: politicians and parties fail to repudiate organizations such as antifa, white supremacists and conspiracy peddlers forcefully and convincingly," Romney said in a statement tweeted last week. READ MORE ...

Terrifying: US Voter Lists Accessed by Russia and Iran. Here’s what they do to them.

In an attempt to intervene in the 2020 election, Director of National Intelligence (DNI) John Ratcliffe said on Wednesday that both Russia and Iran have obtained U.S. voter registration information. “We would like to alert the public that we have identified that two foreign actors — Iran and Russia — have taken specific actions to influence public opinion relating to our elections,” Ratcliffe warned. “We have confirmed that some voter registration information has been obtained by Iran, and separately, by Russia,” he added. “This data can be used by foreign actors to attempt to communicate false information to registered voters that they hope will cause confusion, sow chaos, and undermine your confidence in American democracy.” READ MORE ...

Giuliani Gives Hunter Biden’s Hard Drive containing Pictures of Underage Girls to Delaware State Police, Inappropriate Messages

Rudy Giuliani revealed that because of pornographic images of underage girls and offensive text messages, he had turned over Hunter Biden's hard drive to the Delaware State Police. Giuliani reported that during an appearance on Greg Kelly 's show on Newsmax on Tuesday night, there were pictures of minors on the hard drive. Giuliani said that Biden, according to texts sent to his sister in law, faced a 14-year-old girl while nude and on crack cocaine on several occasions. READ MORE ...

Survey shows that Muslim voters favor President Trump even more than Joe Biden

A recent survey has shown that Muslim voters are backing President Trump, and by a wide margin, over Joe Biden. In an apparent attempt to depict him as anti-Muslim, Democrats and the media have spent years unfairly portraying Trump's temporary travel ban as a 'Muslim ban'. Obviously, this has failed. According to the report, Trump's approval among Muslims is also higher than Obama 's approval in 2012. READ MORE ...

This is why the Mayor of Moscow ‘s wife paid $3.5 million to Hunter Biden … and perhaps more!

Hunter Biden, Yelena Baturina Hunter Biden was paid $3.5 million by the Mayor of Moscow 's wife, according to US treasury papers issued by the Senate Finance and Homeland Security Committees. The report was published last month by the Senate Finance and Homeland Security Committees and it was devastating. Hunter Biden received a wire transfer of $3.5 million from Yelena Baturina, the wife of Moscow's former mayor. READ MORE ...

Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham Ambushed By Two Women on Supreme Court Nominee ACB

‘I Won’t Be Intimidated’: Lindsey Graham. https://twitter.com/i/status/1318370545130405890 South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham was confronted on Monday by two women who called Amy Coney Barrett, the Supreme Court candidate, a bigot. Graham posted an exchange video that he said happened when he came to Washington , D.C. His caption read, “I arrived in DC today & was confronted by 2 women – one of whom was from Seattle – who called Judge Amy Coney Barrett a racist & unqualified. This is the modern left, hostile & unhinged. I won’t be intimidated. I can’t wait to #FillTheSeat. STAND WITH ME.” READ MORE ...

DOJ SUES GOOGLE

A complaint against Google, owned by Alphabet, for breaching anti-trust laws and knowingly allowing a monopoly on search engines and search ads is expected to be brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. The case would concentrate on Google's unlawful activities in developing exclusive contracts with companies such as Apple, according to officials at the DOJ, to make Google the default search engine for its line of tech products such as Safari. The government would argue that it is these kinds of exclusionary billion-dollar deals that give Google a market advantage, "controlling about 80 percent of search queries in the U.S.," that no rival can equal, harms customer choice, and inhibits innovation. It is anticipated that the suit will be brought in Washington federal court. ...

Joe Biden trying to minimise chance of gaffe which ‘could derail the campaign’

Fundraising money is “rushing through the gates” into Joe Biden’s campaign at a rate of around two-to-one against Donald Trump’s campaign, according to Bondi Partners National Security Advisor Mark Watson. Mr Watson said President Donald Trump is trying to “shift momentum back towards his campaign” which is why he has recharged his campaign rallies since recovering from COVID-19. “Joe Biden on the other hand is very rarely seen in public live these days,” he said. “It’s very much a case of let’s minimise the opportunity for him to make a gaffe which could derail the campaign. “One of the reasons he can do that is because in the last two months (there’s been) a very significant change in funding flowing into the Democrats. “That means he can spend an awful lot of money, that...