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Joe Biden was reportedly contemplating a position on the board of a partnership established by Hunter Biden and his associates, who have connections to the Chinese Communist Party, following his tenure as vice president.

According to testimony from a former business partner of Hunter Biden, given from prison, Joe Biden’s participation would offer “political access in the United States and globally.”

Fox News exclusively acquired the opening statement of Jason Galanis, made to congressional investigators from an Alabama prison on Friday morning, as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Biden. Galanis stated he worked with Devon Archer and Hunter Biden between 2012 and 2015.

Their business together, according to Galanis, included the acquisition of “Burnham & Co, a division of Drexel Burnham Lambert,” combined with “other businesses in insurance and wealth management.” Galanis testified the three “owned and acquired with total audited assets of over $17 billion.”

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Some Democrats in Congress are mulling whether to vote against certifying the results of this year's presidential election should former President Donald Trump, the front-runner for the Republican nomination, prevail.

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether Colorado can keep Trump off its Republican presidential primary ballot because of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which disqualifies from office those who engage in insurrection against the Constitution after taking an oath to support it.

Colorado's Supreme Court ruled in December that Trump participated in an insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021, even though he has never been charged with such a crime.

The 139 House Republicans and eight GOP senators who objected to certifying the 2020 election resulted in one or two states harshly criticized by Democrats, yet several senior Democrats told The Atlantic they would not certify a Trump victory in November if the Supreme Court does not clearly rule on his eligibility.

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Soros-backed Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis responded to a new court filing using her paramour Nathan Wade’s cell phone data to determine whether the two lied to the Court about when their romantic relationship began.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, authorities geo-tracked Nathan Wade and found that Nathan Wade made at least 35 visits to Fani’s Hapeville neighborhood before he was hired as the lead prosecutor in the lawfare RICO case against President Trump and 18 Trump associates.

“Nathan Wade appeared to make at least 35 visits to the Hapeville neighborhood where Fani Willis was living before the district attorney hired him to lead Fulton County’s election interference prosecution, according to cellphone data included in a court submission filed Friday.” – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

According to cell phone data, Wade visited the “Yeartie condo” where Willis was residing before he was hired in November 2021.

“Trump’s lawyers relied on data collected from Wade’s cellphone and cellphone tower transmissions to track his movements. It seems to contradict Wade’s testimony last week in which he said he had visited Willis at her condo in Hapeville no more than 10 times before he was hired in November 2021. It also indicates Wade twice arrived late at night at the condo and left early the next morning in the months before Willis and Wade said their relationship became romantic early in 2022.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

A desperate Fani Willis responded to the latest allegations in a court filing Friday evening.

“The records do nothing more than demonstrate that Special Prosecutor Wade’s telephone was located somewhere within a densely populated multiple-mile radius where various residences, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other businesses are located,” Fani Willis said in a motion reviewed by this reporter.

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Arizona removed nearly 200 residents from its voter rolls after discovering they were foreign nationals, and therefore ineligible to vote, a new report revealed.

Published on Tuesday, the analysis by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) found that 186 noncitizens residing in Pima County have been “involuntarily purged” from the Grand Canyon State’s voter registration lists since 2021. According to the report, seven of these 186 foreigners appear to have cast ballots “across two federal and local elections.”

Records reviewed by PILF included more detailed information, such as the party affiliation of the aforementioned noncitizens. The analysis indicated 108 did not have a party affiliation, while 46 were registered as Democrats and 28 as Republicans. Three were registered independents and one was a Libertarian.

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Former President Donald Trump believes that former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who served in his administration as an ambassador to the United Nations, is only staying in the Republican primary to damage him.

He spoke to an audience ahead of the South Carolina primary and accused Haley of doing the Democrat Party’s bidding.

“Nikki Haley is relying on Democrats and liberals. You know, Democrats are financing her campaign?” the former president said to boos from the crowd.

“Crazy. It’s called the crazy world of politics. You know, the Democrats are financing her campaign. One of her biggest supporters is a radical left Democrat who made some money with the internet. A very bad guy, actually, but he’s a Democrat,” he said.

“And those are the ones putting up money because they damage us. The biggest supporters she’s got right now are the Biden supporters. The Biden bundlers, the Biden cheaters. They’re the ones doing it for Nikki.

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Large language models (LLMs) acting as diplomatic agents in simulated scenarios showed "hard-to-predict escalations which often ended in nuclear attacks.

When used in simulated wargames and diplomatic scenarios, artificial intelligence (AI) tended to choose an aggressive approach, including using nuclear weapons, a new study shows.

The scientists, who aimed to who conducted the tests urged caution when using large language models (LLMs) in sensitive areas like decision-making and defence.

The study by Cornell University in the US used five LLMs as autonomous agents in simulated wargames and diplomatic scenarios: three different versions of OpenAI’s GPT, Claude developed by Anthropic, and Llama 2 developed by Meta.

Each agent was powered by the same LLM within a simulation and was tasked with making foreign policy decisions without human oversight, according to the study which hasn’t been peer-reviewed yet.

“We find that most of the studied LLMs escalate within the considered time frame, even in neutral scenarios without initially provided conflicts. All models show signs of sudden and hard-to-predict escalations,” stated the study.

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The glorious news here is that BuzzFeed is doomed. A little over three years ago, BuzzFeed stock was worth $9.62. Today, it’s worth 44 cents. Get a load of this…

After the Complex Network sale, BuzzFeed’s stock doubled in price — doubled! — from 21 cents to 44 cents.

BuzzFeed is was a bigoted, superior, fascist, cruel, smug, fake news machine and left-wing cancer on our culture. When BuzzFeed still had BuzzFeed News, which once employed hundreds, those clowns wrote story after story predicting the demise of Breitbart News. Well, now BuzzFeed News is no more, and Breitbart News is hiring.

The primary thing BuzzFeed failed to grasp is that its business model was not built to last. There are only so many interesting things you can turn into listicles. Plus, when you aim your product at the young, you give yourself a limited shelf life. Youth culture constantly changes. In the sixties, young people were hippie activists. In the seventies, young people rejected the sixties and had a good time with cocaine and discos. In the eighties, everyone had a good time in Izod shirts. And on and on… BuzzFeed was built for the Digital Generation, who are now pushing 30 and have been replaced by shallow, uptight, humorless Woketards who are too busy worrying about cultural appropriation and misgendering to ooh and ahh over cat memes.

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Destructive behaviors are apparent in all races, but in the modern world, bad behavior is collectively blamed on the white race, aka “White supremacy.”

It doesn’t matter how many videos pop up on social media of other cultures and races committing heinous acts; liberals claim these behaviors are merely a “symptom” of white supremacy. The media and the majority of moderate America are content with believing this.

Viral videos depicting black people assaulting each other and looting stores all across America are accumulating millions of views over time. Still, instead of the masses concluding that the black community has more issues than a random white person thinking we all eat chicken, we have wanna-be saviors on both sides who claim noticing and to disapprove of our violent behaviors is a racist attack on the community as a whole.

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In the week that Google’s new artificial intelligence platform launched, its seeming inability to produce images of white men regardless of the prompt made it an unmitigated disaster.

And with more information unearthed regarding the people responsible for Google Gemini’s insufferable wokeness, its deficiencies look much less like a bug and more like a feature.

As reported Thursday by the Babylon Bee’s news site, Not the Bee, the senior director of the project, Jack Krawczyk, addressed Gemini’s problems in a post on the X social media platform — before he locked his account.

“We are aware that Gemini is offering inaccuracies in some historical image generation depictions, and we are working to fix this immediately,” Krawczyk said.

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Israeli officials are optimistic about a plan that could bring a new temporary cease-fire to Gaza and see more hostages released.

Delegates returned to Jerusalem from talks in Paris with an “outline of an agreement” reached with American, Egyptian and Qatari representatives.

“There were good talks, there’s significant progress,” one official told Israel’s Channel 12. “We have a basis on which to build a plan and the negotiations.”

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Google’s Gemini AI program was caught in another example of egregious bias when it said that calling communism “evil” was “harmful and misleading”.

The company’s multimodal large language model program allows users to generate AI images using text command prompts, but people began to notice that the program almost completely erased white people from history and has a ludicrously far-left prejudice.

When a user asked the program to “generate an image about (the) evils of communism,” it point blank refused.


Imagine thinking we won the cold war. pic.twitter.com/a3BXIiNU2n

— I,Hypocrite (@lporiginalg) February 24, 2024

Gemini claimed communism was “nuanced” and that judging it through a negative lens is “misleading and harmful”.

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Middle East Monitor reports: Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor, an independent organization based in Geneva, reported Friday that it documented: “The killing of more than 3,847 Palestinians by the Israeli army, including 1,306 children and 807 women, in addition to the injury of about 5,119 since the ICJ issued its ruling.

The organization confirmed that it had observed six main indicators that Israel is continuing the crime of genocide in the Gaza Strip within four weeks of the ruling issued by the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which required it to take measures to prevent this.

These indicators include continued mass killings of civilians, intentionally inflicting severe physical and psychological harm, deliberately subjecting residents to miserable living conditions with the aim of actual destruction, starvation, blocking the entry of humanitarian aid, imposing measures aimed at preventing childbirth within Palestinian families, and official and public incitement by Israeli officials to escalate its genocide.

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The UK government has published an update on the progress of its Science and Technology Framework.  Originally published in March 2023, the update details what the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (“DSIT”) has achieved in the first year of the Framework’s existence.

In the name of stimulating economic growth through the government’s plan to become a “science and technology superpower,” it has funded projects that bring us ever nearer to a dystopian and technologically controlled society.

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Who are the 10% of people who believe the Ukraine can win a war with Russia?

I guess we should be celebrating – two years ago, a majority thought this was a reasonable proposition.

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Denmark has announced its intention to send its entire artillery stocks to Ukraine, a move that will surely leave Copenhagen defenseless the moment a major conflict breaks out.

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen made this announcement during the Munich Security Conference 2024 held in the German city from Feb. 16 to 18. She also appealed to other European countries to do more to help Ukraine in its fight against Russia.

"They are asking us for ammunition now, artillery now. From the Danish side, we decided to donate our entire artillery," said Frederiksen. 

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Observers were quick to pick up that President Joe Biden and his Democrat administration are gearing up for non-citizens to outvote American citizens in time for the elections. They have started with the San Francisco Commission, which recently appointed a non-U.S. citizen to sit as an election official. This is a first in history.

Kelly Wong, who is not even legally allowed to vote in the U.S., was sworn in on Feb. 14 by Board of Supervisors President Aaron Peskin during a ceremony at San Francisco City Hall after winning unanimous support from the board. The appointment of a noncitizen to city boards, commissions and advisory bodies started in 2020 after voters passed a proposal by lawmakers to remove the requirement that candidates seeking office hold U.S. citizenship.

According to local news outlet KQED, Wong is an immigrant rights advocate and a native of Hong Kong who arrived in the United States in 2019 for graduate studies. 

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For four generations, Jim Chilton's family of cattle ranchers has worked the vast lands of southern Arizona which straddle the Mexico border, keeping the cowboy tradition alive.

But after nearly 150 years, their business – and way of life – is under threat.

The migrant crisis which has gripped America has turned the Chilton ranch into a perilous corridor used by hundreds, sometimes thousands, of people each month to cross into the country illegally.

Patrols by Jim, 84, across this ranch in Arivaca, Arizona, which is three times the size of Manhattan are no longer focused solely on traditional duties: tracking missing cattle, tending the land and maintaining infrastructure.

Today, he must also fill the role of look-out and rescuer of migrants who collapse, dehydrated and exhausted, as they trek across these remote and unforgiving lands.

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Exactly two years ago this Saturday, on February 24, 2022, Vladimir Putin announced the launching – and described the objectives – of a Special Military Operation (SMO) in Ukraine. That was the inevitable follow-up to what happened three days before, on February 21 – exactly 8 years after Maidan 2014 in Kiev – when Putin officially recognized the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Lugansk.

During this – pregnant with meaning – short space of only three days, everyone expected that the Russian Armed Forces would intervene, militarily, to end the massive bombing and shelling that had been going on for three weeks across the frontline – which even forced the Kremlin to evacuate populations at risk to Russia. Russian intel had conclusive proof that the NATO-backed Kiev forces were ready to execute an ethnic cleansing of Russophone Donbass.

February 24, 2022 was the day that changed 21st century geopolitics forever, in several complex ways. Above all, it marked the beginning of a vicious, all-out confrontation, “military-technical” as the Russians call it, between the Empire of Chaos, Lies and Plunder, its easily pliable NATOstan vassals, and Russia – with Ukraine as the battleground.

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Over 9,000 Ukrainians have crossed into Romania illegally since the beginning of the armed conflict, says Florin Coman, Chief Inspector of the Sighetu-Marmatiei Territorial Inspectorate of the Border Police.

"Since the beginning of the conflict, […] over 9,000 (exactly 9,112) Ukrainian citizens aged between 18 and 60, have been discovered on Romania’s northern border, who told border security forces that they fled Ukraine because of the war," he said.

"Unfortunately, many of them endanger their lives trying to cross the border by swimming across the cold and fast river Tisza, or over the Maramures Mountains without equipment, amid winter conditions with very harsh conditions," the official said.

According to Coman, since February, 2022, a total of 16 Ukrainian citizens have been found dead: 9 on the Romanian shore of Tisza and 7 in the Maramures Mountains.

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Moscow bears responsibility for the conflict between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni claimed in an interview with il Giornale newspaper published on Saturday. It was Russia’s military campaign against Ukraine that supposedly encouraged Hamas to launch a massive attack against Israel on October 7, 2023, she stated.

The Italian leader maintained that a military operation launched by a permanent UN Security Council member against its neighbor violated international law and shook the entire global security system. She said such a move would have inevitably “have [a] cascading effect on the other regions… of the world, from the Middle East to [the] Balkans, to Africa.”

“If Russia had not invaded Ukraine, in all likelihood, Hamas would not have launched such an attack against Israel,” she claimed.

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Top universities including Imperial College and Glasgow have told staff and students that saying "the most qualified person should get the job" is a "microaggression", among other examples of woke language policing.

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After spending years claiming former President Donald Trump led an “insurrection” after “refusing” to accept the results of the 2020 election and trying to stop its certification for Joe Biden, now some senior House Democrats are suggesting they may not certify the November election if Trump wins.

In recent oral arguments regarding a Colorado ruling that deemed Trump ineligible for the ballot under the 14th Amendment’s “insurrectionist ban,” the Supreme Court seemed unconvinced that a sole state should have the authority to disqualify him. However, it remains uncertain whether the justices will directly tackle the issue of eligibility.

As such, and despite criticism of Republicans who opposed certifying President Joe Biden’s victory in 2020, several senior Democrats who spoke to The Atlantic have suggested the possibility of not certifying a Trump victory in 2024 if the Supreme Court does not decisively address his eligibility.

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The WHO Pandemic Agreement has worried many, and justifiably so, as it further empowers the WHO and the whole pandemic preparedness crowd. But what it proposes is also really stupid, says Eugyppius.

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The leaders of Italy and Canada signed security agreements with Ukraine during their visit to Kiev on Saturday, marking the beginning of the third year of the fighting between Ukraine and Russia.

According to the deal signed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, Ottawa will provide Can$3.02 billion (US$2.2 billion) “in macroeconomic and military support.”

Canada has provided US$1.78 billion in military assistance to Kiev since the start of Russia’s military operation in February 2022, and recently pledged to deliver more than 800 multipurpose drones.

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