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On Monday’s edition of Real America’s Voice’s “Grant Stinchfield Tonight,” Breitbart Editor-in-Chief and New York Times bestselling Breaking Biden author Alex Marlow stated that now that it’s clear that there was no wall between the Biden family business and President Joe Biden’s political career, “we have
Exclusive – Kash Patel: Biden Unfreezing $6B for Iran Funded Proxy Forces Attacking U.S. Ships, Troops
Kash Patel slammed Biden for reversing the Trump administration’s designation of the Houthis as a terrorist organization, in the wake of the group’s attack against a U.S. war ship in the Red Sea.
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) is accusing New York City officials of attempting to register to vote newly arrived border crossers and illegal aliens living in city-contracted shelters.
The GOP’s top leaders are uniting behind popular border reforms while Democrats try to extort concessions with threats of Russian invasions.
A ten-year-old boy from England has called upon the tech empire Apple to reform its “nerd face” emoji, arguing that it offensively represents those who wear glasses.
A “war of liberation” surpassing the unprecedented October 7 terror attacks is coming soon, vowed a senior Hamas official who expressed no regrets over the U.S.-designated terrorist group’s brutal massacre in Israel — the deadliest against Jewish people since the Nazi Holocaust — which saw the torture, rape, execution, immolation, and abduction of hundreds of Israelis of all ages, mostly civilians, and dozens of Americans.
Muslim American leaders from swing states launched the #AbandonBiden campaign on Saturday, vowing to defeat President Joe Biden in 2024 due to his unwillingness to call for a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war.
Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., got some pushback online this weekend for her comments that invoked the memory of Rosa Parks on the anniversary of her famous arrest. A Friday tweet from the “Squad” member, included a quote from Parks, commenting on her famous refusal to give up her bus seat on Dec. 1, 1955 and her subsequent arrest that invigorated the Civil Rights movement.
Reports on social media suggested that Israel had cut begun to cut a path across the southern Gaza Strip, entering from the east and progressing toward the Mediterranean coast, effectively dividing Gaza into three smaller sections — north, central and south.