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  by Molly Prince Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum attended a campaign event hosted by Emgage, an American Muslim organization that lobbies against pro-Israel legislation. The day before the campaign event, a mass shooting on a synagogue left 11 worshippers dead. The co-chair of Emgage has an extensive history of defending radical Islamic terrorists. Florida’s
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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R) submitted a criminal referral to the FBI requesting a Federal criminal investigation into attorney Michael Avenatti and his client Julie Swetnick for their parts in false allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing. (RELATED: Full text of the criminal referral) “It has become apparent that the statements
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55 SHARES 623 VIEWS ShareTweetSubscribe: CDN Daily Briefing Google +WhatsappPinterestReddit President Donald Trump will hold a Make America Great Again rally in Topeka, Kansas Saturday evening to support Kris Kobach (R) who is running against Laura Kelly (d) for the governor’s seat. Kobach narrowly leads Kelly in two recent polls so Trump’s appearance and endorsement will likely be enough to
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  by Molly Prince Four of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s former Georgetown Prep classmates said “Devil’s Triangle” was a drinking game. Two former Boston College students said their roommate, a high school classmate of Kavanaugh’s, taught them the game. A Georgetown Prep alumnus corroborated Kavanaugh’s claim that ‘boofing’ referred to flatulence. Georgetown Prep alumni
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Posted by: A.F. Branco in Political Cartoons October 2, 2018 It started out as supposedly serious sexual assault allegations, but the smear campaign against Judge Brett Kavanaugh has devolved into little more than political mud-slinging. There are several reasons the federal judiciary is an unelected, non-representational branch of the U.S. government. However, I can’t
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Attorney Rachel Mitchell, who questioned both Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser sent a letter to the Judiciary Committee telling them that Christine Blasey Ford’s claims aren’t strong enough to merit a criminal case. “A ‘he said, she said’ case is incredibly difficult to prove, but this case is even weaker than that,” Mitchell
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While men’s rights groups have existed since the late 19th century, they’ve never gained widespread support – until now – and the new face of that movement is Brett Kavanaugh. “Brett Kavanaugh is a hero. I implore our Republican congressmen to confirm him, NOW,” Candace Owens, communications director for Turning Point USA, said on Twitter, adding: “Kavanaugh
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  by Kyle Perisic PragerU tweeted on Friday that Facebook deleted some of its videos for violating the social media giant’s “hate speech” policies. PragerU also said that its past nine posts by the administrator who posted the deleted videos have been shadow-banned, reaching none of its followers. PragerU has fought big tech before.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) terminated FBI agent Peter Strzok over anti-Trump text messages he transmitted to his FBI mistress Lisa Page, according to a statement by Strzok’s lawyer Aitan Goelman. Strzok, who led the FBI’s investigation into Russian election meddling and was deeply involved with the Bureau’s look into Hillary’s illegal use
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