Joseph Biden’s “inauguration” is empty. It’s that simple, and that humiliating. And that goes beyond the COVID restrictions freshly introduced for the event – with even the near-side of the National Mall which is allowed to be occupied – empty. As One America News’s Jack Posobiec said on the War Room Pandemic this morning: “This is what 80 million votes looks like?!” Compare the images from 2017 (Trump’s inauguration) and 2021 (Biden’s) for yourself. 2021: 2017: As the left say at their protests: “This is what democracy looks like.” …and it’s humiliating.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified information related to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation, revealing that candidate Hillary Clinton “approved a campaign plan to stir up a scandal against U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump by tying him to Putin and the Russians hacking.” Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan also “briefed President Obama and other national security officials” on the efforts. READ THE FULL LETTER HERE: OMG🚨🚨🚨JUST DECLASSIFIED: The Russia hoax was Hillary’s plan, and the Obama-Biden White House was briefed on it. pic.twitter.com/ytquclKKg1 — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 29, 2020 The Russia collusion hoax
REVEALED: Kamala Harris Campaign Lawyer Convinced Clinton To Take Money from Registered Foreign Agents
Marc Elias, general counsel for Kamala Harris’s failed 2020 presidential campaign, encouraged Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign to take money from foreign entities according to an unearthed email thread. The 2015 email exchange is especially concerning in light of a recent National Counterintelligence and Security Center report identifying foreign entities such as the Chinese Communist Party aiming to secure a Joe Biden presidency. Elias, a lawyer for dozens of high-profile Democratic candidates including Hillary Clinton during her 2016 presidential bid, had been on Harris’s presidential campaign as its top lawyer since its inception. The trusted Harris adviser, however, was identified by
Last week, the DOJ declassified three footnotes in the Inspector General’s FISA report. They showed the FBI knew Christopher Steele had associations with shady Russian oligarchs and that somebody — whose identity is redacted — suggested in 2017 that parts of the dossier may have included Russian disinformation. Some responded as if the footnotes revealed Vladimir Putin and not an FBI-CIA-Clinton conspiracy was responsible for the ridiculous machinations of Russiagate. National Review editor Rich Lowry was especially over-the-top, even managing by passive-aggressive link to turn the disclosures into a criticism of President Trump: In other words, the Kremlin may have