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AG GARLAND: On Tuesday, a whistleblower provided documents to the House Judiciary Committee alleging the FBI is using counterterrorism tools to investigate American parents.

Merrick Garland testified that the FBI wasn’t targeting parents,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said. “We now know the FBI is “tagging” parents they consider threatening. The Attorney General has some explaining to do.” – Rep. Jim Jordan

CLICK [:56] to hear Garland lie his face off. Sadly, he is virtually untouchable. The whistleblower better watch his back, though.

AUSTRALIA: This past weekend, tens of thousands of Australians took to Melbourne’s streets to protest draconian new lockdown laws.

BORDER: The number of illegals apprehended at the U.S. southern border this October was 128% higher than last October.

CLICK [7:58] to hear Sen. Cruz shred DHS Secretary Mayorkas.

CLICK [1:39] to hear how Poland is dealing with illegal migrants.

BOSTON: Boston has added abortion to the list of reasons city employees can take 12 weeks paid leave, thus exposing the lie that aborting a baby is no more significant than having a wart removed,

BUILD BACK BETTER: On Tuesday, FAUXTUS made a speech on a rusty bridge in New Hampshire to tout the infrastructure bill and pimp for the even bigger pile of pork known as “Build Back Better” that we must all pray dies in Congress.

CLICK [:51] to see the anemic welcome he received. During the speech, he continued his long tradition of lying about his personal history saying he “had a house burn down with my wife in it.” He added that “she got out safely.” But according to a 2004 AP report, the fire was “small” and “contained to the kitchen.”

CULTS: Five people who left cults talk about their experiences [20:37].

FAUXTUS: This happened on Monday, during a signing ceremony for the infrastructure bill. So very much is wrong with this … not least of which is the petty, mean-spirited heart of the little turd squatting in the Oval who thought it was appropriate to slander a woman who had nothing to do with the bill they were supposedly there to celebrate … though “thought” is probably too strong of a word for what Slow Joe’s brain does these days.

FLORIDA:Gov. Ron DeSantis appears unstoppable. A year before the Florida gubernatorial election, the Republican governor has nearly $60 million in the bank. The GOP is on the cusp of becoming the state’s majority party after erasing Democrats’ enormous voter registration advantage. The Democratic field is splintering and support for President Joe Biden has collapsed in the state.” – Politico

LABOR: The labor market is so tight that companies desperate to fill positions are courting the unemployed with higher wages, sign-on bonuses, vacation time, childcare … and now, “no vaccines required.” One CEO noted as soon as it was added to their ads, applications rose dramatically.

LOUDOUN COUNTY: The 15-year-old boy at the heart of the school district’s sexual abuse cover up scandal has pleaded no contest to charges of felony abduction and misdemeanor sexual battery. In October, he was convicted of forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio, both felonies,

NARNIA: Narnia is a small town in Italy that C.S. Lewis saw on a map. I wonder if, when he dedicated the first Narnia book to his goddaughter, Lucy, he knew there was a St. Lucy of Narnia! Click the Dominican Journal link below to read about her.

PROJECT VERITAS: Whistleblower Brett Mauser exposes his colleagues and outside corporate partners for promoting a political ideology rather than practicing objective journalism. Mauser is unsurprisingly unemployed. If you want to help him out, click the second link below.

SERBIA: Serbia’s squad was promised a bonus of €1 million by President Aleksandar Vucic if they beat Portugal. They did, then they donated the money to help sick children with their medical expenses.

VERMONT: Last week, Vermont began requiring that public schools make free condoms available to students 12 and older.

WASHINGTON: CLICK [1:25] to see video footage of various communities affected.

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