Ashley Biden’s attorney — who privately pushed for the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York to subpoena journalists — has long-standing ties to former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and one of his top aides, who also happens to be the daughter-in-law of the U.S. attorney behind a number of politically motivated subpoenas. The newly unearthed connections between individuals attempting to suppress stories about President Joe Biden’s daughter’s diary reveal a wildly immoral weaponization of America’s legal institutions against journalists. The news follows the FBI raid of guerilla journalists at Project Veritas and its founder James O’Keefe
Donald Trump’s candidate for Tennessee’s 5th Congressional district has scrubbed the former President from her campaign website, and appears to be in the middle of abandoning her run for Congress. Ortagus’s Twitter biography has changed in recent weeks, since she was first removed from the ballot by the Tennessee GOP under rules concerning Republican bonafides. Other removed candidates are challenging the rules in federal court. But Ortagus’s website, which featured multiple endorsements and mentions of former President Donald Trump, is now a simple landing page with the tag line, “Thank You” on a browser tab. Sources close to Ortagus have confirmed
The ‘Ghost of Kiev’ or ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ was one of the most oft-repeated stories in the early part of Russia’s war with Ukraine. Western media outlets, television anchors, politicians, and Ukraine flag-in-bio-bros unsparingly littered social media outlets with tales of a secret, super-pilot who was knocking dozens of Russian jets out of the sky. At the time, anti-war skeptics suspected the tales were pure propaganda or “disinformation”, only to be ruthlessly dismissed as “Putinistas” or similar in the early days of the conflict. He’s obviously the Ghost of Kiev!! https://t.co/wwFHkz9rDg — R.J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) February 28, 2022 Now, as
The Executive Director of the Biden White House’s newly launched Disinformation Governance Board celebrated the censorship of news reports regarding Hunter Biden’s hard drive, appearing to describe the story as “Russian disinformation.” The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) created the board to “coordinate countering misinformation related to homeland security” focusing “on irregular migration and Russia,” according to POLITICO. The report also revealed that Nina Jankowicz – whose career has focused on partisan operations and advising foreign governments, rather than news reporting – will serve as its executive director. Partisanship & Foreign Influence. While participating in U.S. Congressional hearings, Jankowicz dismissed
Hunter Biden, the son of the President of the United States, penned a despairing letter to his father just days before Donald J. Trump took office as the 45th President of the United States, as Biden received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and declined, in Hunter’s words, to properly credit his family for his life’s work. From the “hard drive from hell” – from which The National Pulse has conducted some of the most substantive and consistent reporting – the message comes from Hunter’s notes app, and details a bizarre family dynamic which places Joe Biden at the top, like
Britain’s first homosexual, Muslim Member of Parliament has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy. Imran Ahmad Khan, 48, stood trial at Southwark Crown Court in London, wherein it was revealed he “forced the youngster to drink gin, dragged him upstairs and asked him to watch pornography before assaulting him.” According to the BBC, “The court heard that Khan had gone to the boy’s bed and “reached in and touched his legs, reaching for, or actually touching, his groin”.” “His breathing was getting quite heavy and I kept pushing his hand away and pushing it back and it
Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners invested in the "dangerous" 'IMVU', which Hunter had an account on in 2017.
After months of denying the influence of Neo Nazis in Ukraine’s military, the Washington Post has finally conceded the point – long blasted as “conspiracy theory” or “Kremlin disinformation” – about the nation’s Azov battalion. In an article published April 6th 2022, the Washington Post explains in its headline: “Right-wing Azov Battalion emerges as a controversial defender of Ukraine.” The report cites Hans-Jakob Schindler, a senior director at the Counter Extremism Project, who admitted the “allure” for Neo Nazis in Ukraine is “not surprising,” in WaPo’s words. “There’s nothing shocking about it,” he said. “It’s the only conflict you can