Stanford to International Students: Get the Booster or Face Deportation + More

The Defender’s Big Brother NewsWatch brings you the latest headlines related to governments’ abuse of power, including attacks on democracy, civil liberties and use of mass surveillance.

A Primer on the Russia Collusion Hoax’s Years-Long Plot to Take Down Trump

For those who care about our country’s future but don’t want to be buried in the minutia of the Russia collusion hoax scandal, here is your big-picture primer.

U.S. Bars Ex-spies From Becoming ‘Mercenaries,’ Following Reuters Series

A new law bans the United States' former spies from hiring themselves out to foreign governments right after they stop working for Washington.

Elon Musk says Starlink Is Active in Ukraine Amid Internet Disruptions

User terminals are 'en route' to Ukraine now, Musk said.

Christian Fundraising Platform Hacked, Info Belonging to Freedom Convoy Supporters Leaked

Late Sunday night, hackers attacked the website of GiveSendGo, a Delaware-based Christian crowdfunding platform that facilitated the collection of over $8.7 million worth of donations for the Freedom Convoy, the trucker protests in Canada.

GiveSendGo Hacked by Anti-Freedom Convoy During Super Bowl: Donor Personal Info Released

Crowdfunding website being used to gather funds for the Freedom Convoy in Ottawa, Canada was taken over by far-left hackers who claimed it was being used to support misinformation and proceeded to dox the donors.

The Plan to Turn You Into a Genetically Edited Human Cyborg

A May 2021 project report by the U.K. Ministry of Defense, created in partnership with the German Bundeswehr Office for Defense Planning, offers shocking highlights of the dystopian cybernetics future that global technocrats are pushing mankind toward.

President Trump: ‘50,000 Illegal Phantom Votes Were Cast in the 2020 Presidential Election’ in Wisconsin

Donald J. Trump releases official statement on Wisconsin voter fraud.

Biden Administration Urges Court Not to Allow Release of ‘Secret Report’ on Dominion Voting Machines Used in 2020 Presidential Election

Top officials at a U.S. federal cybersecurity agency are urging a judge not to authorize at this time the release of a report that analyzes Dominion Voting Systems equipment in Georgia, arguing doing so could assist hackers trying to “undermine election security.”

Judge Considers Releasing Expert Report on Dominion Voting Machines in Georgia

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger supports the public release of the report to dispel “misleading media articles.”

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