Ryan Wentz, an anti-war activist and podcaster says he was left “shaken” after two California Highway Patrol plainclothes police officers came to his apartment last week, accusing him of posting a tweet that they described as a “threat to kill a sitting member of Congress” Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC).
Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman said that “lies” about the legitimacy of the election were not protected under the Constitution. He said, “This idea that saying that Pennsylvania was rigged, or that we were trying to ‘steal the election, that’s a lie.” He said: “That is not protected speech.”
Tens of billions of dollars are earmarked for war, weapons and regime change abroad. Another disturbing element of the bill is that it makes the felony streaming bill and the CASE Act into law that rewrites our copyright laws to aid copyright extortion rackets that shake down incidental and accidental infringement.
Over 40,000 Muslim men in Bangladesh protested against French President Macron and burned his effigy for his arrests of radical Islamists, and in response to projected large images of the offending Charlie Hebdo cartoons onto a building. The former PM of Malaysia said that Muslims have the right to kill millions of French people.
Twitter and Facebook censored the NY Post after it published a report about emails that revealed how Hunter Biden had introduced his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, to a top executive at Burisma. A year later, Biden pressured the government of Ukraine to fire the prosecutor who was investigating the company.
Judicial Watch was denied the same opportunity as BLM to paint a street mural with their message ‘Because No One Is Above the Law’. Judicial Watch says that Mayor Muriel Bowser is violating the First Amendment because the street is now a public forum, according to the Mayor’s actions, and his group was denied access.
Assange is being used as an example to discourage other journalists from publishing information that the ruling powers do not want published. Waters said that the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Manchester Guardian all published the same information as WikiLeaks, but only Assange has been charged.