"Every great advance in natural knowledge has involved the absolute rejection of authority." -- Thomas Huxley, English biologist and educator, 1825-1895

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Dozens of prominent U.S. and state government officials, advocacy groups, and executives from big tech companies gathered in New York last month to participate in an important simulated election exercise.

The war game exercise imagined a fictional crisis in which AI-generated photos and videos are released on social media immediately before the 2024 election. The images appear to show election officials in Florida dumping ballots, in an apparent attempt to manipulate the election’s outcome.

Whistleblowers are set to testify next week, offering new perspectives that could challenge the prevailing narrative surrounding the 2020 election. Officers from the Washington D.C. National Guard are set to provide evidence contradicting the narrative presented by the January 6 Committee. These whistleblowers claim they were ready to deploy on former President Donald Trump’s orders during the Capitol breach but were restrained by the Pentagon, a delay that may reshape public understanding of the events of that day.

Trump-Hating Former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe FINALLY Comes Clean After Years of Lying Says Carter Page FISA Application to Spy on Trump Was Wrong and a Mistake (VIDEO) MikeRivero

Trump-Hating former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe joined CNN’s Jim Acosta on Wednesday to defend FISA secret spying on American citizens.

McCabe finally admitted that the Carter Page FISA application used by the deep state to spy on Trump and his administration in an attempt to bring him down was a mistake.

CNN hack reporter Jim Acosta was not expecting this.

 

A former employee inside the office of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is ready to spill the goods on how the embattled Democrat may have abused federal funds in her quest to take down former President Donald Trump.

A Fox News contributor claims that Donald Trump has the right to sue New York Attorney General Letitia James for allegedly violating the former president’s civil rights.

Political analyst and frequent guest on the conservative news channel Deroy Murdock made the statement following the decision of a New York appeals court to postpone the payment of Trump’s $454 million civil fraud penalty resulting from James’ lawsuit. Instead, the former president was instructed to pay a $175 million bond within ten days while he filed an appeal with the court.

President Biden used campaign donations to help pay his legal bills last year during the special counsel's probe into his handling of classified documents, according to two people familiar with the matter and an Axios review of campaign finance records.

Actor and television personality Whoopi Goldberg accused Republicans of doing their best to “bring slavery back.”

During Wednesday’s broadcast of the ABC midday talk show “The View,” Goldberg criticized an Arizona Supreme Court ruling that upheld a law banning most abortions. She then tied the high court’s ruling to what she believes is the goal of Republicans.

Nolte: Democrat-Run St. Louis Enters Doom Loop MikeRivero

“The office district is empty, with boarded up towers, copper thieves, and failing retail,” reports the Wall Street Journal of Democrat-run St. Louis, Missouri. “[E]ven the Panera outlet shut down. The city is desperately trying to reverse the ‘doom loop.’”

Let’s look at the mayoral history of the doom-looping St. Louis, shall we?

When recalling past temperatures to make comparisons to the present, and, more importantly, inform future climate policy, officials such as Mr. Guterres and President Biden rely in part on temperature readings from the United States Historical Climatology Network (USHCN).