Vote fraud watch: Kentucky forced to remove 250,000 inactive voters from list

Vote fraud watch: Kentucky forced to remove 250,000 inactive voters from list

FPI / July 16, 2019 By Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced on July 15 that in June Kentucky mailed address confirmation notices to 250,000 voters who are believed to have moved, thanks to a consent judgment agreed to by the Commonwealth. These registrations are probably outdated and will be cancelled if the voters fail to […]

Breaking: Former official testifies he warned State Dept. about destruction of Clinton emails

Breaking: Former official testifies he warned State Dept. about destruction of Clinton emails

FPI / July 2, 2019 By Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced on July 2 that John Hackett, the former Director for Information Programs and Services (IPS), which handles records management at the State Department, testified under oath that he had raised concerns that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s staff had “culled out 30,000” of […]

Report: 4 ISIS terrorists planned to enter U.S. from Mexico via Panama, Costa Rica

Report: 4 ISIS terrorists planned to enter U.S. from Mexico via Panama, Costa Rica

by WorldTribune Staff, June 28, 2019 Nicaragua’s military reported it has captured four Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists who had planned to enter the United States through Mexico. Nicaraguan authorities identified the men as two Egyptian nationals — 33-year old Mohamed Ibrahim and 26-year-old Mahmoud Samy Eissa — and two Iraqis, 41-year-old Ahmed Ghanim Mohamed Al […]

Los Angeles County begins massive voter roll cleanup after lawsuit by private watchdog

Los Angeles County begins massive voter roll cleanup after lawsuit by private watchdog

FPI / June 24, 2019 By Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced today that it has been informed that Los Angeles County has sent notices to as many as 1.5 million inactive voters on its voter rolls. This mailing is a step toward removing the names of voters who have moved, died, or are otherwise ineligible […]

Did Obama’s FBI obstruct justice? Notes on Clinton email probe missing, CD ‘cracked’

Did Obama’s FBI obstruct justice? Notes on Clinton email probe missing, CD ‘cracked’

FPI / June 7, 2019 By Judicial Watch The FBI released 277 pages of redacted records in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that show the FBI failed to produce information from an August 2015 meeting with the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) about Hillary Clinton’s email server. The FBI claimed that […]

New Strzok-Page emails reveal FBI scrambled to accommodate Clinton just before 2016 election

New Strzok-Page emails reveal FBI scrambled to accommodate Clinton just before 2016 election

FPI / June 3, 2019 By Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced on June 3 it received 218 pages of emails of disgraced former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page which show then-FBI General Counsel James Baker instructing FBI officials to expedite the release of FBI investigative material to Hillary Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall in […]

Former State Dept. official: Despite warnings, Clinton and staff were ‘wedded to their BlackBerrys’

Former State Dept. official: Despite warnings, Clinton and staff were ‘wedded to their BlackBerrys’

FPI / May 30, 2019 by Judicial Watch Judicial Watch on May 29 released the deposition transcript of Eric Boswell, the former Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State, in which he reveals that Clinton was warned twice against using unsecure BlackBerrys and personal emails to transmit […]

U.S. media chief praises ‘press freedom’ after firing journalists over Soros report

U.S. media chief praises ‘press freedom’ after firing journalists over Soros report

Special to WorldTribune May 8, 2019 Analysis by Judicial Watch It’s ironic that, just weeks after firing journalists behind a broadcast critical of leftwing billionaire George Soros, the head of the U.S. government’s international media networks is proclaiming his support for “press freedom.” U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM) Chief John F. Lansing, an Obama […]

Aide admits he and Clinton used unsecure email for State Department business

Aide admits he and Clinton used unsecure email for State Department business

by WorldTribune Staff, May 1, 2019 A senior adviser to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton admitted under oath that both he and Clinton used her unsecure non-government email system to conduct official State Department business. Jake Sullivan, who was also Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, revealed in a court-ordered deposition to government watchdog group Judicial […]

Much of $33 billion immigrants sent south was expedited by U.S. government program

Much of $33 billion immigrants sent south was expedited by U.S. government program

by WorldTribune Staff, April 11, 2019 In 2018, Mexican immigrants in the U.S. sent a record $33.48 billion in remittances to their homeland. Much of that cash flow, which could have funded the border wall, was enabled by a program operated by the U.S. Federal Reserve, a government watchdog group reported. The program – named […]

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