America seems to be getting skittish about its dirty work in Libya and how the greatest cover up since JKF – The Lockerbie bombing – might be coming apart at the seams.

Like Afghanistan, Libya, a country rich in oil wealth and underpopulated, is heading towards being branded another major NATO f***-up as analysts worry that delayed elections, the hilarious farce of now having two rival prime ministers in office and an economy in freefall, could all point to rival factions returning to war.

The question though is whether this is an inevitability through the West’s meddling but not its actual intention; or, more sinisterly that this is what the U.S. has opted for, after presidential elections not being held in December 2021.

In early January, CIA chief William Burns has met with one of Libya’s rival prime ministers, the government in the country’s capital of Tripoli confirmed on January 12th, stirring some controversy, given how rare it is for CIA chief to do such a political stunt.

Posted on: Jan 19 07:42

There is considerable method in NATO’s madness, the same madness that sees Julian Assange incarcerated and Gaza, Syria and far too many civilians and soldiers being bombed on a regular basis.

NATO’s Irish Independent’s 6th January edition carried a smear report on how current MEPs Clare Daly and Mick Wallace, together with former British MP George Galloway, were due to speak at “an anti-NATO rally” in London’s St Pancras’ Church on February 25th. Although the entire report was a skewed smear piece on all of those due to speak at the conference, its most striking feature is that it broke the cardinal rule of reporting, which dictates when a story is newsworthy and when it is not. A smear piece on a modest meeting to be held in a foreign country in seven weeks’ time is not a story; it is an attempt, successful in this case, at deplatforming.

Sure enough, shortly after the Independent hit the presses, George Galloway reported that the Anglican cult, which controls that church, had cancelled the meeting and returned the organizers’ deposit. The most cursory twitter trawl would show that a large posse of NATO trolls actively opposed the meeting and, like their Banderite heroes in Kiev, were delighted at their success in repressing this latest attempt at free speech in the belly of the NATO beast.

Posted on: Jan 19 07:41

If the fraudulent 2020 elections have taught us anything, it’s that if you want to find what a country’s elites are most threatened by, look for what they are trying to suppress.

A four-part FOX News report from December 2001 recently resurfaced on YouTube, garnering millions of views. And then, suddenly, it was purged. You can still find it on BitchuteRumble, and Odysee — but not so easily on YouTube anymore. As one can guess, the subject is a touchy one for our nation’s Jewish elite: Israel’s role not only in spying on the United States prior to 9/11, but also in the obstruction of subsequent investigations.

Perhaps high-ranking people in Mossad knew the terror attacks were imminent and did not give their American ally sufficient warning. The report, presented by Carl Cameron, relied greatly on US intelligence officials and other unnamed government sources who were unhappy with the way the investigations were going in the wake of the deadly attacks — and all the fingers of frustration were pointing at Israel.

One can see how the US-Israeli apple carts could tumble like dominos if this information ever went mainstream, hence its suppression.

Posted on: Jan 19 07:36

 A grieving father from Texas who recently lost his teenage son to the Pfizer vaccine has been kicked off the crowdfunding platform GoFundMe. 

Ernest Ramirez had been gathering support on GoFundMe so that he could raise awareness about the dangers of the experimental jab in the wake of his only son’s death, but was then informed by the website that his fundraiser has been removed because it fell under “prohibited conduct” in the company’s terms of service. 

The Texan lost all his donations due to the crowdfunding giant’s decision to de-platform him, but, not one to be deterred, Ramirez has since begun a LifeFunder campaign to help him continue his mission of warning people about the dangers of taking experimental COVID-19 vaccines.  

Mr. Ramirez’s son, Ernesto Jr, was only sixteen years old when he took the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on April 19, but sadly passed away just days later on April 24 after suffering from an enlarged heart, reportedly double its normal size, as a result of the jab.

Posted on: Jan 19 07:24

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that she would not seek re-election and will be stepping down next month.

According to reports from BBC, the Prime Minister shared the shocking news at her Labor party’s annual caucus meeting, saying she “no longer had enough in the tank” to do the job. 

Posted on: Jan 19 07:23

Gambling companies have dreamed for decades of operating full-scale, Las Vegas-style casinos in New York City. Now, state authorities are on the brink of opening up the city, the country’s last major untapped gambling market, and a flurry of extravagant proposals are competing for a handful of coveted licenses.

Imagine roulette wheels perched above the women’s wear department at Saks Fifth Avenue. Blackjack by the boardwalk at Coney Island. Card games within spitting distance of the United Nations. Or maybe even a Caesars Entertainment casino steps from the lights of Broadway.

It is easy to understand why so many gambling companies are interested. Greater New York City is home to close to 23 million people and a destination for many millions more tourists each year. “For gambling companies, New York is their Mecca. It’s the last big prize in the United States,” my colleague Dana Rubinstein, who is covering the casino competition, told me.

Webmaster addition: I remember when there was a push to legalize gambling in Hawaii. The casino operators were so confident that there were buildings stocked with slot machines and they even built a hotel with as casino floor called the Turtle Bay Resort. But the measure failed. The slot machines were shipped elsewhere and the casino floor at the Turtle Bay was sub-divided into small gift shops. If the resort looks familiar it's because it was used as the location for "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" as well as episodes of TV shows such as "North Shore" and "LOST."

Posted on: Jan 19 07:13

Fox News host Tucker Carlson gives his take on the World Economic Forum and its 'mediocre' attendees on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'

Posted on: Jan 19 07:11
Democrats in the Minnesota House are pushing to pass a bill that would require the availability of menstruation products in all boys’ school restrooms across the state.
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Posted on: Jan 18 18:59
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday snapped after several days of non-stop questions related to Biden’s documents scandal.
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Posted on: Jan 18 18:59
We have learned very little information surrounding Biden’s criminal acts in taking top-secret classified documents to his premises. The biggest questions remain unanswered.
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Posted on: Jan 18 18:58
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday said GOP lawmakers are trying to kill millions of jobs by using the debt limit as leverage during negotiations.
Posted on: Jan 18 18:57
FOX News played video on Wednesday night showing Hunter Biden and Joe Biden arriving at the family home in Delaware four days before attorneys retrieved classified documents at the home.
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Posted on: Jan 18 18:57
A St. Louis woman opened fire on police on Friday afternoon in downtown St. Louis from this van.
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Posted on: Jan 18 18:56
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday referred to Kamala Harris as “the President” amid the Biden documents scandal.
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Posted on: Jan 18 18:55
US Military officials have announced that Ukrainian troops have officially landed on U.S. soil and will commence military training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Posted on: Jan 18 18:55
Posted on: Jan 18 17:21

Politifact is rushing to President Joe Biden’s defense after a video circulated online showing the president touching and groping small children on camera.

The video, which is filled with legitimate footage, shows Biden sniffing children’s hair, fondling small girls’ breasts and making countless children feel uncomfortable.

Twitter user DC Draino originally published the footage on his Twitter and Instagram accounts however he quickly was fact checked by the far-left “fact checking” site Politifact.

“Never forget that Joe Biden is a child predator. He’d probably hate to see this video spreading around,” DC Draino tweeted.

Posted on: Jan 18 17:20

Rep. George Santos’ late mother was nowhere near the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, immigration records show, despite his claims that the terror attack caused her death.

Fatima A.C.H. Devolder was in her native Brazil for the entirety of 2001 — meaning she could not have been working in Lower Manhattan on 9/11, according to the records obtained by The Forward.

The US Citizen and Immigration Services recorded Devolder as coming to the US in 1985 — three years before she gave birth to the future congressman — on a Seasonal Agricultural Workers visa.

Devolder — who had a ninth-grade education — worked on a South Florida bean and squash farm before moving to New York to be a home aide and housekeeper, The Forward reported.

She moved back to Brazil in 1999 and reportedly filed a request with the US Consulate in Rio De Janeiro for a new green card, claiming hers was stolen.

As of 2003, the situation had not been resolved, and Devolder told immigration officials she hadn’t been in the US for four years, according to the outlet.

Posted on: Jan 18 17:00

A bill being introduced in the California state legislature would allow some Mexican students who live near the U.S.-Mexico border to pay in-state tuition for local community colleges in San Diego.

San Diego Assemblymember David Alvarez introduced the legislation that would allow low-income students who live within 45 miles of the state’s border with Mexico to be exempt from the nonresident tuition fee if they have "demonstrated a financial need for the exemption."

It would place a limit of 10% of students per San Diego and Imperial Counties Community Colleges Association (SDICCCA) college to be exempt from the nonresident tuition fee each academic year.

Posted on: Jan 18 16:31

Looking to buy your first AR-15 rifle but not quite sure where to start? Stay tuned, because in this article we’re going to cover the best AR-15 rifles, for budget shoppers and advanced shooters alike.

After you read this guide, you will have a pretty good idea how the AR-15 works and how different AR set ups make a big difference. This should help you make an informed decision on which AR-15 to purchase for your intended purpose.

Below, you will find our recommendations. To note, we spent days test firing these AR-15s and doing research to come up with this list.

Here’s Gun News Daily’s list of top ten AR-15 rifles across all price points. We will go into depth on the AR-15 and each AR we suggest throughout this article, but if you want to jump right into pricing and shopping here is a quick table of our best AR picks:

Posted on: Jan 18 16:29

Facebook and Instagram will allow transgender and non-binary users to flash their bare breasts — but women who were born female and who are eager to “free the nipple” are out of luck, according to Meta’s advisory board.

Meta’s Oversight Board — an independent body of experts which Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has called the company’s “Supreme Court” for content moderation and censorship policies — ordered Facebook and Instagram to lift a ban on images of topless women for anyone who identifies as transgender or non-binary, meaning they view themselves as neither male or female.

“The same image of female-presenting nipples would be prohibited if posted by a cisgender woman but permitted if posted by an individual self-identifying as non-binary,” the board noted in its decision.

Posted on: Jan 18 14:15

The Biden Justice Department is fighting to reverse the decision which deemed the nationwide mask mandate unlawful, hoping to gain back the power to force individuals wear masks on public transportation, including planes, once again.

In April 2022, U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle of the Middle District of Florida ruled that the mask mandate — forcing individuals to wear masks on public transportation —  was unlawful in nature and concluded that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which issued the original directive January 29, 2021, was overstepping its authority. The rule required all of those two and older to wear masks while in airports and on airplanes, with very few exceptions.

As Breitbart News reported at the time:

Monday’s ruling was on one of the earliest cases, filed in July 2021. The lawsuit alleged that the Mask Mandate violated the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) on three separate grounds: First, that issuing the order is beyond CDC’s statutory authority granted by Congress in 42 U.S.C. § 264a. Second, that the CDC’s action was really a rule (i.e., a regulation) rather than an order, and therefore had to go through a process of public notice and opportunity for public comment before taking effect. And third, that it violates the APA because it is “arbitrary and capricious,” meaning that it was not the result of reasoned decision-making.

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Posted on: Jan 18 14:13

An international group of law enforcement agencies seized a Hong Kong-registered cryptocurrency website and arrested its founder for allegedly operating a haven for criminals to launder funds.

Justice Department and Treasury Department officials on Wednesday alleged cryptocurrency exchange Bitzlato processed more than $700 million in illicit funds by failing to implement an effective anti-money laundering program and that it was aware some accounts were engaging in criminal activity.

Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said U.S. and French authorities dismantled Bitzlato’s digital infrastructure and FBI agents arrested Russian national Anatoly Legkodymov, the founder and majority owner of the website, on Tuesday evening in Miami.

“Today, the Department of Justice has dealt a significant blow to the crypto crime ecosystem,” Monaco said.

Posted on: Jan 18 14:12

As the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting takes place in Davos this week, many have questioned the legitimacy of the unelected group of elites hellbent on telling the people of the world how to live their lives.

Among those echoing such sentiments is Twitter CEO Elon Musk, who warned that the WEF might be going too far in it's incessant push to entirely remake global econmies and societies to mitigate what is sees as imminent planetary doom.

"WEF is increasingly becoming an unelected world government that the people never asked for and don't want," Musk tweeted.

His comments came in response to a video of WEF founder Klaus Schwab and other elites discussing the organization's new "Global Collaboration Village" in the Metaverse, which is a virtual world being constructed by Meta, parent company of Facebook.

Posted on: Jan 18 14:03

A Tuesday report by the Government Accountability Office revealed that the Department of Defense failed its fifth audit in a row after it could not account for at least $220 billion in government-furnished property, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported.

The DOD has been mandated by federal law to complete audits since 1994; however, the mandate was ignored for decades due to the agency's massive size, according to Since launching its first independent audit in 2017, the Pentagon has never passed.

The Pentagon failed its fifth audit in November after the agency could not prove expenditures for 61% of its $3.5 trillion in assets. To perform this year's overall audit of the DOD, which was expected to cost $218 million, the agency aggregated 27 separate audits conducted by approximately 1,600 auditors. According to, the auditors performed 220 in-person site visits and 750 virtual site visits.

Posted on: Jan 18 14:02

While it might be nice to think that nothing—not even snow, rain, heat, or gloom—could stop the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) from getting our mail to us, this is simply not the case. The agency says it works hard to keep delivery operations running regularly and post offices open during normal hours, but unfortunately, that's not always possible: The USPS has had to suspend services for a number of reasons in recent months, from animal attacks to facility fires. Now, the agency is again adjusting its operations in more areas for different reasons. Read on to find out about the latest closures.

Posted on: Jan 18 14:01

A Pulitzer Prize winner and a New York Times contributor wrote in his Tuesday's column that U.S. President Joe Biden needs to intervene in the political situation in Israel in order to save the country, which he claims is approaching the point of a civil unrest.

In his New York Times column, Thomas L. Friedman said that if he could slip a memo to Biden about the new Israeli government, it would say: "Israel is on the verge of a historic transformation — from a full-fledged democracy to something less, and from a stabilizing force in the region to a destabilizing one."

Posted on: Jan 18 14:01

Satellite TV provider DirecTV has announced that it will be laying off hundreds of managers in response to the cord cutting trend that has seen countless customers abandon its platform in favor of alternative methods of TV viewing.

The cuts will amount to around 10 percent of their current management, with management at DirecTV somehow accounting for around half of the firm’s overall staff. Friday will be the last day of work for the employees who are affected by the cuts.

DirecTV does not publicize official subscriber numbers, but they are believed to have around 13 million subscribers right now. However, in their most recent quarter, they lost half a million subscribers in an ongoing exodus that has left them looking for ways to cut costs.

Posted on: Jan 18 14:00