Author: Chelsea Betonie

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Reuters reported that a group of twelve anonymous victims of Jeffrey Epstein have filed a lawsuit against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), accusing the agency of covering up and facilitating Epstein’s sex trafficking operations. The women allege that the FBI failed to investigate allegations against Epstein, allowing him to continue his criminal activities for over twenty years. Despite receiving tips about Epstein’s illegal activities as early as 1996, the FBI did not interview any alleged victims or inform other law enforcement agencies. The lawsuit claims that it was only in 2006, after years of inaction, that the bureau finally…

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According to the Russian prison authority, Alexei Navalny, a 47-year-old Russian democracy activist, has reportedly passed away in a Soviet-era gulag situated north of the Arctic Circle. Navalny is survived by his wife, Yulia Navalnaya, and their two children. Navalny played a significant role in organizing protests against the government and actively campaigned for reforms to combat corruption in Russia. He also stood up against President Vladimir Putin and his administration during his run for office. In 2021, Navalny received a prison sentence of 2.5 years. There are reports stating that Navalny became sick and passed away during a walk.…

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During the House impeachment investigation, a previous business associate of Hunter Biden conveyed that China had established connections with then-vice president Joe Biden and “infiltrated” the White House. Tony Bobulinski, who collaborated with Hunter Biden on a Chinese venture, emphasized that Joe Biden was perceived as “the brand” being marketed to foreign governments globally. “The Chinese Communist Party through its surrogate, China Energy Company Limited, or ‘CEFC’ — a CCP-linked Chinese energy conglomerate — successfully sought to infiltrate and compromise Joe Biden and the Obama-Biden White House,” he said. Hunter Biden and his uncle James Biden received millions of dollars…

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U.S. Representative Elise Stefanik (R-NY) recently lodged a formal complaint with the New York State Committee on Professional Standards against Attorney General Letitia James, alleging that James violated professional conduct rules in her ongoing investigation of President Donald Trump. Stefanik contends that James has been relentlessly pursuing legal action against Trump, characterizing it as a witch hunt. In her statement, Rep. Stefanik said, “I have found New York Attorney General Letitia James’ handling of the investigation and trial of President Donald Trump nothing short of shameful. It is evident that Attorney General James violated fundamental principles of fairness and impartiality…

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According to the Washington Post, there are rumors that President Donald Trump is considering making an appearance at a controversial hearing in Atlanta. The hearing, scheduled for Thursday, will focus on allegations that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis had an inappropriate relationship with the lead prosecutor handling the election interference case against Trump and his associates. Recently, both Fani Willis and Nathan Wade were subpoenaed to testify at the upcoming evidentiary hearing. This information comes from a lawsuit filed by Michael Roman, who is a co-defendant with Trump in a RICO case. Ashleigh Merchant, the attorney representing Michael Roman,…

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The uncertainty of our nation’s economy is prompting many Americans to take action with their portfolios. Transfers and rollovers from 401(k), 403(b), IRAs, and other types of retirement accounts are on the rise as Americans seek the higher ground of physical precious metals to back their life’s savings. It’s a big decision. Years of a pre-Covid economy that was on the rise made many complacent about how their retirement portfolio was distributed, but multiple fiscal challenges that have risen the last three years have shone a bright spotlight on protecting assets. “On one hand, the threats of a major downturn…

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U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon has delivered a significant win to former President Donald Trump in the lawsuit brought against him by Jack Smith. The special counsel sought to compel Trump to disclose documents related to his defense strategy, specifically regarding whether he intended to hold his attorneys responsible, a move that legal experts argued would breach attorney-client privilege. Legal analyst Katie Phang of MSNBC remarked that Judge Cannon’s rejection of this request dealt a major setback to Smith. According to the expert, Judge Cannon has issued an order denying Special Counsel’s Motion to Compel Disclosure Regarding Advice-of-Counsel Defense. The…

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According to a report from POLITICO, U.S. intelligence officials have raised alarm about the growing threat posed by Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah. These officials suggest that Hezbollah may target American interests in the Middle East and even within the United States. Backed by Iran, Hezbollah is considered to have a more advanced network and capacity for launching attacks compared to groups like ISIS. The warnings come at a time of heightened tensions in the region, increasing the risk of assaults on U.S. personnel stationed overseas. While the immediate concern is that Hezbollah may target U.S. forces in the Middle East,…

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Disgruntled swing-state voters expressed dissatisfaction with President Joe Biden’s visit to a bicycle shop in the Allentown area of Pennsylvania on Friday, as the New York Post reported. During the event, hecklers shouted phrases like “Go home, Joe!” and “You’re a loser!”. Video footage captured the president briefly raising his hand to acknowledge the crowd as he entered the building. Despite the interruption, both President Biden and the woman guiding him into the store remained composed, with her maintaining a smile throughout the incident. WATCH: Hours after the event, The Post highlighted that protesters who were against the president’s endorsement…

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On Wednesday, it was revealed that Americans who had trusted the guidance of Dr. Anthony Fauci to maintain a six-foot distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 were informed that there was no scientific basis for this recommendation. This information came to light after two days of closed-door interviews with the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. A news release from the House Oversight Committee stated that Fauci acknowledged that the social distancing recommendation was not supported by any data and seemed to have been developed without a clear process. GOP Rep. Brad Wenstrup, chairman of the panel, expressed…

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