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NY’s Young Republicans Lead The Way Again With Peaceful Pro-Trump Protest in Lower Manhattan.

NEW YORK – Over a hundred conservative-leaning demonstrators gathered at the Collect Pond Park in Lower Manhattan Monday evening, intent on showing support for embattled former President Donald J. Trump, who is expected to be indicted by New York County District attorney over the matter of “hush money” payments to former pornographic actress “Stormy Daniels”. Trump, who called for demonstrations on his Truth Social account this week while hinting at a Tuesday indictment, is widely expected to be prosecuted over a long-alleged, low-level business misdemeanor. In defense of the 45th President of the United States, protestors gathered in the shadow

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STRANGE: U.S. Embassy Handed Out Sensitive Data Contract to Now BANNED Chinese State-Owned Firm Just Days Before Trump’s Beijing Trip.

Federal spending records indicate the U.S. Embassy in Beijing purchased internet service from China Unicom, a state-owned firm banned in the United States for national security reasons, and concerns over espionage. Records indicate the sensitive White House communications during President Trump’s state visit to China, as well as ongoing State Department communications with the Biden White House may also be compromised, The National Pulse can reveal. White House Compromised? On October 26, 2017, a contract for “WHCA data and phone lines” was awarded to China Unicom Beijing Branch. WHCA is the acronym for the White House Communications Agency. The funding

WELCH: TikTok’s War on the West, And Why We’re Still Losing It.

In The Square and the Tower, Prof. Niall Ferguson looks at the impact Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press; how the most influential figures of the Protestant Reformation, such as Martin Luther and Philip Melanchthon, capitalised on the new technology to publish their pamphlets, disseminating them across the Holy Roman Empire and Europe. This, then, led to the radical ideas of a select brave minority in the early 16th century, reaching the minds and tongues of millions. The printing press – like modern social media platforms – came with some downsides, such as the second highest-selling book being the Malleus Maleficarum, which

U.S. Defense Dept Purchased Chinese IT Equipment with Known Vulnerabilities for Use at Sensitive Base.

Yet another Chinese Communist Party-linked company has been supplying technology to critical entities within the broader U.S. national security apparatus, The National Pulse can report. In a previous investigation, it was revealed that smart TVs manufactured by the Chinese government were being sold on U.S. military bases and were potentially sending data on millions of Americans back to China.  This followed another National Pulse story that exposed a Silicon Valley tech startup that was sharing massive amounts of Americans’ personal data with Chinese state-owned firms. Now, it has been discovered that TP-Link – one of the top manufacturers of internet

Moderna Chief Bragged to WEF Attendees About Predicting a ‘Billion Dollar’ Pandemic in 2019.

Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel boasted to a CNBC host that his pharmaceuticals company had begun working on a COVID-19 vaccine before the virus even had a name. Bancel said he wanted an mRNA vaccine factory on every continent, and that his company was making a deal with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to bring Modern COVID-19 vaccines to China. But these weren’t Bancel’s only stunning admissions, made at the World Economic Forum’s Davos conference in 2023. The big pharma boss also bragged that he foresaw a pandemic that would be a huge money spinner for his company… at the end

CODY: Republican Resolutions for the New Year Include Using Power to Pursue the Left, and Recruiting Americans to That Cause.

The Republican Party need to start setting New Year’s resolutions. After a midterm strategy that was as disappointing in its outcome as it was in its execution, the Washington-led GOP needs a long, hard look in the mirror. Currently, a concatenation of terrible decisions happened within the halls of Congress, and on Capitol Hill. Some in that industry think the blame is easily placed on them. It is. But that’s because it is well earned.  So, instead of relying on the McLeadership to come up with their own “fix” for these issues, we’ve done it for them. Starting, as ever,

DENTON: Apple May Soon Have to Choose Between China’s WeChat, and Elon Musk’s Twitter.

Elon Musk recently revealed that Apple had threatened to remove Twitter from its App Store. Two days later, after meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Musk tweeted that the threat was simply a misunderstanding. Musk’s free speech aspirations for Twitter appear to be what put the company in Apple’s crosshairs. While Musk may have dodged a bullet this time, the prospect of a ruinous delisting will loom as long as Apple’s duopoly (alongside Google) over the app market endures. This control has made Apple one of the most powerful gatekeepers of the internet. Abuse of Power. Since Musk’s Twitter acquisition,

Poll Reveals Conservatives Blame GOP ‘McLeadership’, Not Donald Trump, for Mid Term Disappointment.

A new Rasmussen poll sponsored by The National Pulse has revealed that self-identifying conservatives and Republicans blame the party’s institutional leadership – Kevin McCarthy, Mitch McConnell, and Ronna McDaniel – far more than they blame presidential front runner President Donald J. Trump for the party’s underperformance in America’s recent mid term elections. The trio at the head of the party – dubbed the ‘McLeadership’ by this publication – have quietly attempted to foist blame onto President Trump for the results since November 8th. So too have Republican mega donors who ran to corporate news outlets before the mid terms, declaring

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