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Then VP Biden Met CCP-Linked Energy Executives at White House in 2014

Vice President Joe Biden reportedly met at the White House two Chinese energy executives who worked with a CCP-linked company, Wanxiang, on July 25, 2014, between 11 A.M and 12.15 P.M., emails from Hunter’s laptop reveal.

IRS Is Stockpiling 5 Million Rounds of Ammo

The federal government is currently stashing large amounts of weapons and ammunition for unknown reasons.

‘The View’ Formally Apologizes to TPUSA for ‘Nazi’ Smear

The far-left daytime talk show “The View” may have gained another co-host over the last few days after former Mike Pence staffer Alyssa Farrah completed her grift for the job. But the show almost gained a lawsuit as well.

Matt Gaetz Shows Copy of Hunter Biden Laptop

Gaetz said the laptop was entered into the congressional record and couldn't be 'lost.'

Rep. Matt Gaetz Blasts Abortion Activists: ‘Nobody Wants To Impregnate You If You Look Like a Thumb’

Florida Representative Matt Gaetz mocked abortion activists in a speech Saturday night.

House Committee Approves First Assault Weapons Ban Bill in Decades

The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday moved a bill banning assault weapons forward, but it’s unclear if the legislation has enough support to pass a floor vote.

8 House ‘Republicans’ Vote for Democrat-Led ‘Right to Contraception Act’: H.R. 8373

House of Representatives on Thursday passed the bill 228–195.

Matt Gaetz Proposes Bill Restricting the IRS From Purchasing Ammunition

The IRS unnecessarily spent $725,000 on ammunition from March to June this year.

Whistleblower Says With 120,000 Troops Still Unvaccinated, Army May Move June 30 Deadline Far Into Future

As the June 30 deadline nears for compliance with the U.S. military’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, U.S. Army officials publicly claim a very small percentage of its members are unvaccinated, reporting 96% or more of its members are fully vaccinated.

17 States File Legal Brief in Support of Florida Law Banning Sanctuary Cities

Seventeen Republican attorneys general have filed an amicus brief with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of a Florida law banning sanctuary cities.

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