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Donald Trump will protest the 2020 election for years; CPAC is here to help him spread his conspiracies

Donald Trump will probably spend years protesting his 2020 election loss to President Joe Biden – and, if a weekend conference of conservative activists is any indication, most of his supporters are prepared to help him spread conspiracy theories about it.

This year's Conservative Political Action Conference devoted hours to the issue of "Protecting Elections" – code for "voter fraud" – and Trump is expected to hit the theme hard when he addresses CPAC on Sunday afternoon; it's the former president's first public speech since he left office on Jan. 20.

Many CPAC delegates echoed Trump's claims of a "rigged" or "stolen" election, and said he and other potential GOP candidates should make "election integrity" an issue in the 2022 congressional and 2024 presidential contests.


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Cruz travels to Cancun, Mexico, as millions of Texans remain without power amid historic winter storm

(CNN)Sen. Ted Cruz and his family flew to Cancun, Mexico, as a winter disaster in his home state left millions without power or water, according to photos posted on social media and confirmed to CNN by a person familiar with the travel itinerary.

Analysis: Cruz's Cancun trip violates an unwritten rule of politics
Multiple Twitter users posted photos showing Cruz and his family at Houston's airport and aboard a flight bound for Cancun, Mexico. The same person familiar with the trip confirmed to CNN that Cruz is booked on a flight from Cancun back to Houston on Thursday afternoon.
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The non white leader of the white supremacist terrorist group Proud Boys was an FBI Informant

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n the Miami hearing, a federal prosecutor, a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and Tarrio’s own lawyer described his undercover work and said he had helped authorities prosecute more than a dozen people in various cases involving drugs, gambling and human smuggling.

Tarrio, in an interview with Reuters Tuesday, denied working undercover or cooperating in cases against others. “I don’t know any of this,” he said, when asked about the transcript. “I don’t recall any of this.”

Law-enforcement officials and the court transcript contradict Tarrio’s denial. In a statement to Reuters, the former federal prosecutor in Tarrio’s case, Vanessa Singh Johannes, confirmed that “he cooperated with local and federal law enforcement, to aid in the prosecution of those running other, separate criminal enterprises, ranging from running marijuana grow houses in Miami to operating pharmaceutical fraud schemes.”

Tarrio, 36, is a high-profile figure who organizes and leads the right-wing Proud Boys in their confrontations with those they believe to be Antifa, short for “anti-fascism,” an amorphous and often violent leftist movement. The Proud Boys were involved in the deadly insurrection at the Capitol January 6.

The records uncovered by Reuters are startling because they show that a leader of a far-right group now under intense scrutiny by law enforcement was previously an active collaborator with criminal investigators.

Washington police arrested Tarrio in early January when he arrived in the city two days before the Capitol Hill riot. He was charged with possessing two high-capacity rifle magazines, and burning a Black Lives Matter banner during a December demonstration by supporters of former President Donald Trump. The D.C. Superior Court ordered him to leave the city pending a court date in June.
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Emmett Till bill making lynching a federal crime passes House

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>A bill to make lynching a hate crime under federal law passed the House on Wednesday, making it the first attempt since 1900 poised to successfully make its way through Congress.
>The legislature is titled the Emmett Till Anti-lynching Act, an ode to Till, a 14-year-old African American boy who was kidnapped, beaten and lynched in 1955 after he was accused of whistling at a white woman.
>The vote was 410-4. The members who voted against were Independent Rep. Justin Amash and Republican Reps. Louie Gohmert, Thomas Massie and Ted Yoho.
>Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., who introduced the bill in January 2019, said it will finally outlaw "an American evil."
>"Today, we send a strong message that violence -- and race-based violence, in particular -- has no place in America," Rush said in a statement.
>He spoke about his decision to name the bill after Till, saying the boy was from his district in Chicago and that the now-iconic image of him in his casket "created an indelible imprint on my brain, on my spirit."
>Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Ill., who introduced the bill in January 2019, said it will finally outlaw "an American evil."
>"Today, we send a strong message that violence -- and race-based violence, in particular -- has no place in America," Rush said in a statement.
>He spoke about his decision to name the bill after Till, saying the boy was from his district in Chicago and that the now-iconic image of him in his casket "created an indelible imprint on my brain, on my spirit."
>"It made me conscious of the risk, the trepidation of being a black man in America," Rush said at a press conference.
>The bill describes lynching as an act willfully done by a collection of people who assemble with the intent to commit violence on another human and then cause that person's death, according to a copy of the bill.
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Alabama disaster plan would deny treatment to those with "severe mental retardation"

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Some state plans make clear that people with cognitive issues are a lower priority for lifesaving treatment. For instance, Alabama’s plan says that “persons with severe mental retardation, advanced dementia or severe traumatic brain injury may be poor candidates for ventilator support.” Another part says that “persons with severe or profound mental retardation, moderate to severe dementia, or catastrophic neurological complications such as persistent vegetative state are unlikely candidates for ventilator support.”
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Japanese Foreign Minister Announces Plan to “Transform Japan Into a Diverse Multiethnic Society”

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The Japanese foreign minister has announced a plan to “transform Japan into a diversified multiethnic society” by encouraging mass immigration and giving foreign residents the right to vote.

Toshimitsu Motegi is a politician for the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and has served as the country’s Minister for Foreign Affairs since September 2019.

During a Q and A session, Motegi said his “national vision” meant “transforming Japan in the 21st century into a “diversified multiethnic society” by way of mass immigration from all over the world.

This would also be achieved by codifying English as the country’s second language and giving “suffrage to resident foreigners.”

Japan is 98.1 per cent ethnically Japanese, with the next most populous ethnicity being Chinese at just 0.5 per cent.

The country has an extremely low crime rate and terrorism is very rare. Back in 2017, at the height of the refugee crisis, it was revealed that Japan had refused 99% of refugees, having accepted just 28 in 2016.

Back in 2018, leftists in the U.S. began demanding that Japan embrace multiculturalism because a half-Japanese tennis player with a Haitian-American father won the US Open.
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police discovered troll factories of russian oposition. massive social media operation.

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In Moscow, law enforcement officers discovered the factory of trolls of Navalny

On August 19, security officials rushed into one of the apartments in Maryino near Moscow. Several girls were taken from there, who were put in a special bus and taken away, according to the local edition of the Bulletin of the Moscow Region. According to a source in the Ministry of Internal Affairs, this group was writing provocative comments and encouraging citizens to engage in illegal activities at Moscow rallies. In addition, the source added: there is every reason to believe that several more similar “offices” operate in Moscow and the region. “Krasovsky’s Shavki” also published a video from surveillance cameras installed in the underground apartment of Navalny’s bots. On the frames you can see the movement of local employees, their working equipment. Apparently, the blogger does not trust his staff too much, and this can turn into a criminal liability. Previously, political technologist Stanislav Belkovsky reported that Navalny had an entire army of bots. In his opinion, such a “support” is needed by a blogger when he has nothing to say to his detractors. Confirmation of his words was found by the RT editorial, who discovered a special Bosslike application for cheating subscribers and likes.

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Vernal Equinox 2018: Satellite Sees First Day of Spring

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Vernal Equinox 2018: Satellite Sees First Day of Spring

>As they (and He) said on III mini-series:
>"He is a Rock on Throne" (Ark of God)"
>David Koresh, the Lamb of God

>WACO Equinox 2018 in Northern Hemisphere in
>One Hour, 11:15 AM, March 20th, WACO Time

>The Real One - Janet R. file

Why'd they kill Jesus?


5 min, Waco
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Teen reunites with pet rooster after losing it at Alabama Cracker Barrel

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It was a happy ending for this teen and his chicken.

A Mississippi teen was recently reunited with his pet rooster after it went missing in the parking lot of a Cracker Barrel in Alabama.

Thomas Ramsey, 18, was headed home from a Civil War reenactment in Springhill, Tennessee, and stopped for lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Cullman, Alabama with is friends and his rooster, Peep, on Jan. 31, The Cullman Times reported.

Ramsey told the outlet he left the rooster on a leash tied to his truck, as he has done many times before, and went inside the restaurant with his friends.

When the group returned to the car an hour later, Peep was gone.

“I went back into the Cracker Barrel and it was very hard for me to say this with a straight face, even though I was panicking: ‘Do you have cameras in the parking lot? I think someone stole my chicken,'” Ramsey recalled.

He drove around the area several times in search of Peep, and even checked a local farmer’s chicken coop with no luck.

Fortunately, about 30 minutes away from his home, Ramsey received good news that a man found Peep in the parking lot of the Cracker Barrel he visited earlier.

Farmer John Watson drove with Peep to Birmingham where the rooster reunited with Ramsey.

“I believe in paying it forward,” Watson told The Cullman Times. “Yes, it was ‘just a chicken,’ but it was his and he clearly cared for it.”
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