Biden Donor, Former Mayor Pleads GUILTY To Child Porn Possession, Claims ‘We Make Mistakes’, Is Banned from Holding Office.

Former Oregon Mayor and Joe Biden donor Dennis “Denny” Doyle has pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography, following his arrest in March. Doyle, 73, entered the plea on Tuesday amidst an investigation into pornographic images of children identified as sexually exploited minors by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. According to Oregon Live, Doyle remarked upon his way out of the courtroom, “You know, we make mistakes.” He also told the judge he was “in counseling”. “By pleading guilty to the felony charge, he won’t be allowed to possess a firearm, vote or hold

BREAKING: Project Veritas Subpoenas Pushed by Lawyer Who Represented Creep Governor Cuomo, Ashley Biden, and SDNY Family Members.

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

POLL: Bannon/O’Keefe Targeting Viewed as Politically Motivated by Majority of Voters.

The charges faced by former Trump White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon and the raid of right-wing reporter James O’Keefe’s home are both viewed as “politically motivated” by a majority of American voters, a new Rasmussen poll has revealed. Seen exclusively by The National Pulse, the latest Rasmussen data comes in the same week Bannon, 67, pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ to two misdemeanor charges for alleged Contempt of Congress. Bannon refused to co-operate with a Democrat-led commission’s attempts to break the convention of Executive Privilege which guards the communications of Presidents of the United States for national security and to