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Article Image News Link • Global BY ROBERT SPENCER

With the sweetheart deal that Hunter Biden just got from federal prosecutors, Attorney General Merrick Garland has once again confirmed that he has taken the Justice Department, which was once the envy of the world for its indefatigable commitment to

Article Image News Link • Global

One of the ways you can immediately detect federal Lawfare deployment is to look at how media articles are written when they outline court filings without direct citation for review. The Hill began SEE HERE. The New York Times is similar, SEE HERE.

Article Image News Link • Global By Charlie Nash

Republican politician and commentator Kari Lake said on Friday that those seeking to prosecute former President Donald Trump would have to go through her and 75 million other Americans, before warning that many of them were "card-carrying members

Article Image News Link • Global BY ROBERT COSTA

Attorneys representing former President Donald Trump -- John Rowley, James Trusty and Lindsey Halligan -- met with special counsel Jack Smith and federal prosecutors at the Justice Department at around 10 a.m. Monday, according to two people famili

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

While BLM protesters got a Kamala Harris-endorsed bail fund during the violent and destructive mostly peaceful George Floyd riots, the Department of Justice is trying to claw back donations made to January 6th political prisoners.

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

A Wisconsin gun dealer whose YouTube channel has 180,000 subscribers was convicted of "conspiring to transfer unregistered machine gun conversion devices" that were nothing more than metal bottle openers etched with patterns called "lightning links"

Article Image News Link • Global by Cailtin Johnstone

The Biden administration's Department of Justice has just charged four members of the African People's Socialist Party (APSP) for conspiring to act as agents of Russia by using speech and political action in ways the DOJ says "weaponized" the