The stimulus bill that is being pushed does not benefit the people, it benefits the [DS]/[CB] handlers who they have to payoff. There is no reason a stimulus money needs to go anywhere else except the people. The [CB] is losing control, they tried to push people away from Crypto its not working. The Fed system crashes after Yellen says Bitcoin is inefficient. The [DS]/MSM is making Trump more and more powerful with the people. Everything they have tried is not backfiring. Trump and the patriots already knew their playbook. 25th Amendment narrative is now going to be pushed. Ds trying to get the nuclear launch codes. NSA tracking, Trump knew he always knew.
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- $1.5 million earmarked for the Seaway International Bridge, which connects New York to Canada. Senate Leader Chuck Schumer hails from New York.
- $50 million for “family planning” – going to non-profits, i.e. Planned Parenthood, or public entities, including for “services for adolescents[.]”
- $852 million for AmeriCorps, AmeriCorps Vista, and the National Senior Service Corps – the Corporation for National and Community Service – civic volunteer agencies. This includes $9 million for the AmeriCorp inspector general to conduct oversight and audits of the largess. AmeriCorps received a $1.1 billion FY2020 appropriation.
- $470 million in the bill doubles the budgets of The Institute of Museum and Library Services and the National Endowment of the Arts and the Humanities.
- $200 million in the bill to The Institute of Museum and Library Services (FY2019 budget: $230 million). This agency is so small that it doesn’t even employ an inspector general.
- $270 million funds the National Endowment of the Arts and the Humanities (FY2019 budget: $253 million) – In 2017, our study showed eighty-percent of all non-profit grant making flowed to well-heeled organizations with over $1 million in assets.
- $350 billion to bailout the 50 States and the District of Columbia. The allocation formula uses the unemployment rate in the fourth quarter of 2020. Therefore, states like New York and California –who had strict economic lockdown policies and high unemployment – will get bailout money. States like Florida and South Dakota – who were open for business – will get less.
- $128.5 billion to fund K-12 education. The CBO determined that most of the money in education will be distributed in 2022 through 2028, when the pandemic is over.
- $86 billion to save nearly 200 pension plans insured by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. There are no reforms mandated while these badly managed pensions are bailed-out. Many of these pension plans are co-managed by unions.
- $50 billion goes to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). A portion of these funds is earmarked to reimburse up to $7,000 for funeral and burial costs related to COVID deaths.
- $39.6 billion to higher education. This amount is three times the money – $12.5 billion – that higher ed received with the massive CARES Act funding from last March.
- $1.5 billion for Amtrak – the National Railroad Passenger Corporation. In FY2020, Congress appropriated $3 billion for Amtrak ($2 billion in annual appropriations, plus an additional $1 billion in the CARES Act COVID relief bill). In the three years before the pandemic, AMTRAK lost $392 million – even after a $5 billion taxpayer subsidy (FY2017-FY2019).
Biden cancels Trump’s ‘Operation Talon’ Program that Targeted Sex Offenders Living in U.S. Illegally https://t.co/SrCJFjNLDx
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) February 24, 2021
- President Joe Biden’s nominee to run the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), William Burns, has a history of cooperation organizations linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
- An in-depth study of Biden’s “weakness” on China from the Republican Study Committee (RSC) contains background information on Burns’ affiliations with prominent CCP members. According to the report, while Burns was president of the board of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, he welcomed Zhang Yichen to the board. Zhang is a Chinese businessman linked to two major CCP organizations, the Chinese People’s Political Consultive Conference and the Center for China Globalization.
- Zhang’s firm, along with the China-U.S. Exchange Foundation, an organization connected to the CCP and responsible for “United Front” work in the U.S., gave Carnegie millions of dollars to help build the think tank’s Beijing-based Carnegie-Tsinghua center.
- While at the State Department, Burns helped negotiate former President Barack Obama’s 2015 Iran nuclear deal,
- President Biden signed an executive order afternoon reversing the Mexico City policy, permitting U.S. aid money once again to fund groups that provide or promote abortion around the globe.
- The policy was first put in place by President Ronald Reagan in an effort to ensure that taxpayers were not required to indirectly fund abortion procedures performed in other countries. The policy has been undone via executive order by every subsequent Democratic administration and reinstated by each Republican one.
- A recent hand recount in the Rockingham District 7 NH House Race in Windham, New Hampshire, found that the Dominion-owned voting machines shorted EVERY REPUBLICAN by roughly 300 votes.
- The Dominion machine counted results were wrong for all 4 Republicans in Windham by almost exactly 300 votes.
- Dominion Voting Systems owns the intellectual property of the AccuVote machines used in New Hampshire.
- Then last week the New Hampshire Senate voted 24-0 to force the state to perform an audit of the Windham, New Hampshire state representative races on November 3, 2020.
- But on Wednesday morning Granite Grok reported that state officials want to confiscate the machines. The Attorney General’s office wants to take custody of Windham’s four Diebold AccuVote machines and all of the peripheral equipment, the original chain of custody logs, memory cards, and access keys for all four machines.
- ** Read the full report here.
- Senator Guida added, “This is a Windham issue. This involves Windham machines and the Windham people want this audit to take place in their town.”
- Republicans in the Iowa Senate approved a bill sharply limiting early voting, arguing that changes were needed to ensure the integrity of the state’s election, The Associated Press reports.
- The bill passed by a vote of 30-18 with only Republican support. If enacted, it would reduce the mail and in-person early voting period, tightly regulate how absentee ballots can be returned and require polls in all elections to close at 8 p.m., an hour earlier than currently for general elections.
- A bill to require a photo ID to cast a regular ballot in Missouri is one step closer to becoming law after passing the state House earlier this week.
- The bill sponsored by Rep. John Simmons (R-Washington) removes a provision to have a voter sign a sworn statement if they don’t have a photo identification in order to get a regular ballot.
- “They expect voters to come to the poll, to identify themselves with secure, verifiable photo identification when they go to the polls. It’s a simple as that,” Simmons told KMOX.
- the Georgia state Senate passed legislation that would require voters to submit a driver’s license number, state identification card number, or a copy of an approved form of identification in order to vote by absentee.
- Georgia’s upper chamber passed the measure, Senate Bill 67, by a 35-18 vote. The legislation now heads to the state House for consideration
- The Supreme Court recently took on a case involving undocumented workers and ruled that illegal aliens who steal Americans’ Social Security numbers can be charged with a crime.
- The SCOTUS issued a major 5-4 decision that illegal immigrants who use someone else’s information when filling out tax forms for employment can face criminal charges.
- GOP leader Mitch McConnell announced today he will support Biden nominee Merrick Garland for Attorney General.
- Garland is an open border zealot who believes Congress should censor the internet and limit unapproved speech in America. Garland also believes the Antifa attacks in Portland for the past year are not terrorism.
- McConnell has an 18% approval rating in Kentucky.
- A district judge has issued an indefinite ban on Joe Biden’s 100 day “deportation moratorium.”
- U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton had previously issued a two week restraining order on Biden’s plan to stop most deportations, but extended it on Tuesday.
Ghislaine Maxwell is so desperate to get out of her Brooklyn jail cell that she’s offering to renounce her UK and Frenchcitizenships in exchange for her freedom, new court papers show.
- “Ms. Maxwell will renounce her French and British citizenship to eliminate any opportunity for her to seek refuge in those countries, if the Court so requires,” her lawyers wrote in documents filed in Brooklyn federal court
- Former President Donald Trump has submitted a statement of appeal to an oversight board funded by Facebook in a bid to rejoin the platform. The decision is expected to take around two and a half months.
- A historic freeze killed at least 21 people in Texas and surrounding states last week and left millions without power in the Lone Star State.
- Last week President Joe Biden assured governors of hard-hit states that the federal government “stands ready to offer any emergency resources needed.”
- But that was a lie.
- Joe Biden denied statewide assistance to Texas despite the record snow and freezing temperatures across the state.
- HotAir reported:
Governor Greg Abbott requested statewide designation for major disaster relief from President Biden. Biden denied the statewide designation and only approved some counties in Texas, not all of them. Abbott asked for a declaration that covered the entire state because the winter storm knocked out power and heat throughout the state, as well as leaving millions of Texans without water.
Texas has 254 counties. Biden approved only 77 counties for disaster relief.
US-Taliban peace deal set May 1st deadline for US withdrawal
- The Taliban continues to urge the US to live up to its end of the deal signed in Doha last year that paved the way for all foreign forces to leave Afghanistan by May 1st.
- The Biden administration is currently reviewing the US-Taliban deal, and neither the US nor NATO has made a decision on the withdrawal,
INDEPENDENT UK: Not single case of flu detected by Public Health England this year
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) February 24, 2021
- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio encouraged New Yorkers to wear two masks at least until June.
- De Blasio urged citizens in the Big Apple to add a second mask to their personal protective equipment arsenal in a morning press conference. “Through June, keep doing exactly what you are doing,” he said. “Not just wear a mask, wear two.”
- Starting in March, the Biden administration will send more than 25 million washable cloth masks to roughly 1,300 community health centers, as well as 60,000 food pantries and soup kitchens, in the hope that an extra 12 to 15 million people will wear face coverings if they are offered from for free, according to the White House on Wednesday.
- “Not all Americans are wearing masks regularly. Not all Americans have access. And not all masks are equal,” said Jeff Zients, the administration’s COVID-19 response coordinator, during Wednesday’s White House pandemic briefing.
- A former staffer for Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo alleged that he kissed her without her consent.
- Lindsey Boylan originally accused Cuomo of sexual harassment in December but waited to share details of her allegations
- “We were in his New York City office on Third Avenue,” she said. “As I got up to leave and walk toward an open door, he stepped in front of me and kissed me on the lips. I was in shock, but I kept walking.”
- Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) claimed the rioters who attacked the Capitol building in January were “fake Trump supporters” and other groups.
- During the hearing on the incident Johnson read excerpts from an article in The Federalist, which detailed a first hand account of the attack.
- “For a few seconds, I saw what looked like police in a tussle with some of marchers up front, what appeared to be an organized group in civilian clothes. This organized group, I would call the plain clothes militants. They fit right in with MAGA people,” Johnson explained.
- Johnson noted the alleged eyewitness account of the day, which painted the crowd marching to the Capitol building as largely positive and festive. He pointed out the eyewitness identified four groups of people who didn’t fit in, including plain clothes militants and fake Trump supporters.
- House Democrats have asked President Joe Biden to give other officials the authority to launch nuclear weapons, an action which he currently has sole authority to do.
- California Rep. Jimmy Panetta spearheaded the Monday letter, which was signed by nearly three dozen House Democrats, Politico reported.
- “Vesting one person with this authority entails real risks,” the letter reads. “Past presidents have threatened to attack other countries with nuclear weapons or exhibited behavior that caused other officials to express concern about the president’s judgment.”
- American presidents are accompanied by a military aide carrying a briefcase with the tools necessary for nuclear war.
- During presidential inaugurations, nuclear command authority and the “nuclear football,” as the briefcase is called, are transferred to the new president.
- But President Donald Trump says he will not participate in President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, which could complicate the transfer.
- So what happens to the “nuclear football” that accompanies the president if Trump doesn’t show? How does it get to Biden?
- “That’s a good question,” Hans Kristensen, a nuclear weapons expert at the Federation of American Scientists, told Insider. “It is an unprecedented situation.” In the nuclear age, no president has skipped their elected successor’s inauguration.
- If Trump is not at the inauguration, then the transfer process will be different.
- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she spoke to Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley about precautions that could block President Trump from “ordering a nuclear strike” or accessing launch codes and starting military hostilities.