Author: Chelsea Betonie

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On Sunday, a bankruptcy trustee lodged an urgent request to close down Infowars and Free Speech Systems, the parent company of Alex Jones, and liquidate their assets in order to compensate the Sandy Hook families. This follows a recent court decision instructing the liquidation of Alex Jones’ personal assets. Additionally, Judge Christopher Lopez has granted Alex Jones’ petition to shift from a Chapter 11 business reorganization bankruptcy to a Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy. Nevertheless, a few weeks prior, the judge rejected the bankruptcy restructuring of Infowars and its parent company Free Speech Systems. According to legal analysts, the families affected…

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Democrats in Pennsylvania’s battleground state are airing television advertisements aimed at Republicans, asserting that Trump is discouraging them from voting early this year. The Democratic political action committee, Pennsylvania Values, has utilized out-of-context clips that create a misleading impression of Trump discussing the 2024 presidential election. https://twitter.com/AureliusStoic1/status/1804544375218663660?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw The ad tells “MAGA Patriots” that Trump doesn’t want them to vote by mail in the 2024 presidential election. “Stand strong with President Trump against mail in voting” – the deceptive ad said. WATCH: Do you remember when Douglass Mackey was charged by the DOJ under Biden’s administration for sharing a Hillary meme…

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During an interview last week, Jacob Helberg, a former Democratic donor and current big tech executive, along with several others in the industry, discussed their shift in support from President Joe Biden and other Democrats to former President Donald Trump. Helberg, who serves as a senior policy advisor to Alex Karp, CEO of Palantir Technologies, and is a member of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, shared the rationale behind this change with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo. “Deep blue turning red as the tide turns. Trump in Silicon Valley, members of California’s starkly liberal technology community turning out…

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A new study suggests that the regular intake of a multivitamin may be linked to enhanced brain function in elderly individuals, with particularly pronounced effects in those who possess a history of cardiovascular disease. This revelation was met with surprise from the research team, with Laura Baker — an author of the study and professor of gerontology and geriatric medicine at Wake Forest University in North Carolina — remarking on their astonishment. “I have to use the word ‘shocked,’ ” Baker said. Researchers from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston…

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Joe Biden is aiming to nominate a judge to the First Circuit Court of Appeals who, in a notable case, characterized a pedophile as having “a lot of good in him.” Maine Superior Court Justice Julia Lipez, while sentencing Michael T. Smith for molesting two young girls aged four and nine, remarked that “People are complicated” and suspended half of his 12-year term. “I have frankly been offered very little insight as to how or why this happened. What I can say is that this is a very tragic situation of a person who has a lot of good in…

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Tensions escalated between rival groups of migrants at the Randall’s Island shelter on Friday night, resulting in a brawl following a previous stabbing incident, according to police and sources. Around 8 p.m., a dispute erupted between approximately six migrants from Africa and South America at the large tent city in Manhattan, which has a history of disorderly conduct, as reported by sources. The altercation ensued after a 25-year-old African migrant was stabbed in the left shoulder by a member of the opposing group, according to the NYPD and sources. Bad blood boiled over between feuding groups of migrants at the…

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The upcoming sentencing in the New York hush money case involving former President Donald Trump could mark the first instance in U.S. history of a former president being incarcerated. This potential outcome is anticipated to happen next month. Following a jury’s May verdict of guilty on 34 criminal counts related to manipulating business records to unlawfully sway the 2016 presidential election, there is speculation that the former president may not serve prison time before the 2024 election, accoBig Update On Trump Case Before July 11 Sentencingrding to insights from legal experts shared with ABC News. The sentencing for Trump is…

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According to a U.S. State Department official speaking on background to Reuters, the Biden administration is set to allocate almost $110 million in security and police assistance to Haiti. This decision comes despite a prolonged delay in the funds by Republican lawmakers. The official stated that Secretary of State Antony Blinken determined after conducting over 100 briefings to Congress by the State Department, emphasizing the administration’s ongoing commitment to collaborating closely with Congress. “The security situation in Haiti remains untenable due to violence perpetrated by violent gangs, and the people of Haiti cannot wait,” the official said. The funding consists…

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During a recent podcast appearance, former President Donald Trump surprised the hosts by expressing praise for President Joe Biden. “I assume he’s gonna be somebody that will be a worthy debater. … I don’t want to underestimate him,” he said when he appeared on an episode of the “All In” podcast, which is hosted by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Chamath Palihapitiya, Jason Calacanis, David Sacks, and David Friedberg. “All I can say is this: I watched him with Paul Ryan, and he destroyed Paul Ryan. Paul Ryan with the water, he was chugging water left and right … and he beat…

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GOP Representative Anna Paulina Luna announced last week her intention to bring an inherent contempt vote to the House floor following the DOJ’s decision not to prosecute US Attorney General Merrick Garland. “Under inherent contempt proceedings, the House or Senate has its Sergeant-At-Arms, or deputy, take a person into custody for proceedings to be held in Congress,” according to the National Constitution Center. The Justice Department has decided not to pursue prosecution of Merrick Garland for contempt of Congress in relation to the Biden audio tapes. In a letter to House Speaker Mike Johnson on Friday, the department said, “The department has…

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