U.S. Border Patrol Chief Contradicts Mayorkas, Says Gov’t Does Not Have ‘Operational Control’ of Southern Border (Video)

U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz contradicts DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' assertion that the government has "operational control" of the southern border.

YouTube Reinstates Trump’s Channel: ‘I’M BACK!’

YouTube's decision comes as Trump's most recent video appearances statements stress the urgency of achieving "peace without delay" in Ukraine, while also advocating for a "completely overhauled" Pentagon and urging the Biden administration to prioritize relations with global powers.

New Song ‘Trump Won’ Topping Charts: Christian Singer Natasha Owens (Video)

Singer Natasha Owens discussed her chart-climbing single "Trump Won and You Know It" on Steve Bannon's The War Room, expressing her desire to perform at Trump's rallies.

Dr. Redfield’s Bombshell Testimony

Yesterday, we witnessed the ex-director of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), under oath, directly blame Dr. Fauci and the U.S. government for the deaths of millions of people.

The Federal Reserve’s Magic Trick: Big Tech

Now you see it … maybe soon you won’t.

Native Hawaiian Men Face Sentencing for Federal Hate Crime in Brutal Beating of White Man Who Tried to Move Into Their Village (Video)

Victim left with injuries including a concussion, two broken ribs, and head and abdominal trauma.

U.S. Military Aid To Ukraine Exceeds The Amount Given to Afghanistan

The United States has officially given more military aid to Ukraine then Afghanistan.

Hard Evidence in New Study: Brain, Heart Damage Caused by mRNA Vaccine

Scientists in Germany have found that mRNA vaccination, not COVID-19 infection itself, caused brain and heart damage in an older adult with underlying conditions.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Leads to Aviation Deaths: Tucker Carlson (Video)

A Fox News report highlights the death of Conrad Aska in a tragic aviation accident, revealing the dangers of hiring pilots based on irrelevant criteria like appearance rather than ability.

SCOTUS Rules Bankruptcy Filers Can’t Avoid Debt Incurred by Another’s Fraud

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a massive 9-0 decision on Wednesday that a California woman could not use U.S. bankruptcy code protection to avoid paying a $200,000 debt, which resulted from fraud by her partner.

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