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100 days without ALL CAPS rants: Why Donald Trump's online silence matters

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100 days without ALL CAPS rants: Why Donald Trump's online silence matters
18 Apr, 2021 03:02 AM
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Donald Trump's Twitter ban raised questions of free speech and censorship in the social media age. Photo / AP
Donald Trump's Twitter ban raised questions of free speech and censorship in the social media age. Photo / AP
New York Times
By: Sarah Lyall
That soothing sound that Gary Cavalli hears emanating from Twitter these days? It is the sound of silence — specifically, the silence of former US president Donald Trump.
"My blood pressure has gone down 20
points," said Cavalli, 71, whose obsessive hate-following of Trump ended for good when Twitter permanently barred the former president in January. "Not having to read his latest dishonest tweets has made my life so much happier."

Washington Post Still Gives Trump 'Four Pinocchios' for Pushing Back on Partially Discredited 'Russia Bounties' Story

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The 
Washington Post is still giving former President Donald Trump “four Pinocchios” for pushing back on a partially discredited 2020 story that Russia was paying bounties to Taliban fighters to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan.
The story, first reported by the 
New York Times, became a staple of Democratic talking points against Trump. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris used it to argue throughout the campaign that Trump did not care about the welfare of the troops.
However, the Biden administration admitted Thursday that U.S. intelligence only had “low to moderate” confidence that the story was true after all.
The 
Washington Postgave Trump “four Pinocchios” — its most severe rating — when he pushed back on the story.

Watch: Tucker Carlson Destroys 'Elites' and Liberal Media Over Fake Russia Bounty Story

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The 2020 story was explosive. Vladimir Putin’s Russia was placing bounties on the heads of American soldiers in Afghanistan. The liberal media went crazy. Congressional Democrats — and more than a few Republicans — held hearings, and declared that more oversight of Donald Trump was in the national security interest of the United States.
White House reporters, already fixated on the 2016 Russian collusion hoax, pushed press secretary Kayleigh McEnany daily over Trump’s lack of response to U.S. Intelligence reports and why Trump refused to confront Putin, if not take retaliatory action.
Just one problem.
As reported by Fox News on Friday, a senior Biden administration official said Thursday the intelligence community only had “low to moderate” confidence in the Russian bounty story, meaning it is unproven and possibly untrue, due to a reliance on “detainee reporting.” The revelation came as the administration announced a new series of sanctions against Russia for a host of reasons, but the bounty story was not among them.

court packing | What Did You Say?


An overcast sky hangs above the U.S. Supreme Court on December 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images
Democrats in U.S. Congress have announced controversial legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the current conservative majority. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly said she won’t bring such legislation to the floor for a vote. 
Introduced Thursday, the bill is known as the
Judiciary Act of 2021 and would increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 19th century. Sponsors include House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Hank Johnson of Georgia and Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York. In the Senate, the bill is backed by Sen. Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts.

United States of America Supreme Court | What Did You Say?


An overcast sky hangs above the U.S. Supreme Court on December 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images
Democrats in U.S. Congress have announced controversial legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the current conservative majority. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly said she won’t bring such legislation to the floor for a vote. 
Introduced Thursday, the bill is known as the
Judiciary Act of 2021 and would increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 19th century. Sponsors include House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Hank Johnson of Georgia and Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York. In the Senate, the bill is backed by Sen. Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts.

Democrats introduce bill to add 4 seats to the Supreme Court; Pompeo calls effort 'political games'

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An overcast sky hangs above the U.S. Supreme Court on December 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images
Democrats in U.S. Congress have announced controversial legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the current conservative majority. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly said she won’t bring such legislation to the floor for a vote. 
Introduced Thursday, the bill is known as the
Judiciary Act of 2021 and would increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 19th century. Sponsors include House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Hank Johnson of Georgia and Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York. In the Senate, the bill is backed by Sen. Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts.

Judiciary Act of 2021 | What Did You Say?


An overcast sky hangs above the U.S. Supreme Court on December 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images
Democrats in U.S. Congress have announced controversial legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the current conservative majority. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly said she won’t bring such legislation to the floor for a vote. 
Introduced Thursday, the bill is known as the
Judiciary Act of 2021 and would increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 19th century. Sponsors include House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Hank Johnson of Georgia and Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York. In the Senate, the bill is backed by Sen. Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts.

Pelosi does not plan on supporting court packing bill

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Pelosi does not plan on supporting court packing bill
WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 15: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) attends a news conference about the Paycheck Fairness Act on Capitol Hill on April 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) signaled she will not support Congressman Jerry Nadler’s (D-N.Y.) bill to expand the Supreme Court. On Thursday, Pelosi was asked about Nadler’s proposal to expand the High Court by four seats during a press conference.
Do not fall for the Left's game. Dems put forward a Supreme Court packing bill. Pelosi not there yet but says she supports Biden "bipartisan" commission

Washington Post Still Gives Trump 'Four Pinocchios' for Pushing Back on Partially Discredited 'Russia Bounties' Story

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The 
Washington Post is still giving former President Donald Trump “four Pinocchios” for pushing back on a partially discredited 2020 story that Russia was paying bounties to Taliban fighters to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan.
The story, first reported by the 
New York Times, became a staple of Democratic talking points against Trump. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris used it to argue throughout the campaign that Trump did not care about the welfare of the troops.
However, the Biden administration admitted Thursday that U.S. intelligence only had “low to moderate” confidence that the story was true after all.
The 
Washington Postgave Trump “four Pinocchios” — its most severe rating — when he pushed back on the story.

Media critics erupt after Russia bounty story fizzles: 'Nonsense from the beginning'

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Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane reacts to U.S. intelligence backpedaling on last summer's reports of Russia placing bounties on the heads of U.S. soldiers.
In yet another example of a dramatic mainstream media narrative imploding, the intelligence community has backed off reports that Russia placed bounties on the heads of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.
A senior Biden administration official said Thursday the intelligence community only had "low to moderate" confidence in the Russian bounty story, meaning it is unproven and possibly untrue, due to a reliance on "detainee reporting." The revelation came as the administration announced a new series of sanctions against Russia for a host of reasons, but the bounty story was not among them.

'It Was Egregious': Kayleigh McEnany Rips Media For Pushing The Russian Bounties Story


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Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany lashed out at media Friday for pushing the narrative that Russians had put bounties on the heads of American soldiers in Afghanistan.
McEnany noted on Fox News’ “Outnumbered” that, despite the White House’s contention at the time that the reports were unverified, she had fielded dozens of questions about the bounties and why former President Donald Trump had not taken action.
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“I was asked dozens and dozens of questions about the Russia bounties,” McEnany said, adding that at the time, she had warned reporters that the information was not verified.

Democrats introduce bill to add 4 Supreme Court seats

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An overcast sky hangs above the U.S. Supreme Court on December 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images
Democrats in U.S. Congress have announced controversial legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the current conservative majority. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly said she won’t bring such legislation to the floor for a vote. 
Introduced Thursday, the bill is known as the Judiciary Act of 2021 and would increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 19th century.
Sponsors include House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Hank Johnson of Georgia and Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York. In the Senate, the bill is backed by Sen. Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts.

Outnumbered Falsely Claims Russian Bounty Story Was Debunked


By Colby HallApr 16th, 2021, 12:51 pm
Russian President
Vladimir Putin is alleged to have paid Afghanistan fighters a bounty to kill US soldiers according to intelligence reports that surfaced during the 2020 election. Fox News midday opinion program 
Outnumbered repeatedly claimed that this story is now debunked or false, which is an incorrect description of the events as we currently know them.
Friday’s version of 
Outnumbered featured not one, but TWO former press secretaries under the Trump Administration. Former Press Secretary
Kayleigh McEnany, who is now a Fox News host, and former Spokesperson for the State Department
Morgan Ortagus who was a guest of the show.

Kayleigh McEnany Says She Warned Reporters Not to Buy Russia Bounties Story

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"Not only did [the media] run with [the story], it is remarkable if you take a walk through memory lane, at The New York Times convincing military families, who had their loved ones killed in action,

Democrats preparing to unveil new legislation to pack the Supreme Court with four new justices


House and Senate Democrats will reportedly announce the plan on Thursday
The plan will see four new justices added to the nine-member Supreme Court
The Constitution does not specify how many justices should sit on the court
Before 1869 Congress routinely changed the number to achieve its own goals
The Supreme Court now leans conservative, with Trump appointing three
Republicans warned during the election that Democrats would try and change it 
Biden in 2005 said packing the court with more liberal judges was 'power grab' 

Nancy Pelosi and senior Dems say they WON'T support their own party's bill to pack the Supreme Court


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi effectively killed Democrats' proposal to expand the Supreme Court by four seats 
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler will announce details of the bill Thursday
Pelosi said: 'I support the president's commission to study such a proposal' 
Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin also said Thursday he's not ready to back the proposal 
The Supreme Court now leans conservative, with Trump appointing three
Republicans warned during the election that Democrats would try and change it 
Biden in 2005 said packing the court with more liberal judges was 'power grab' 

Democrats introduce bill to add 4 Supreme Court seats

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An overcast sky hangs above the U.S. Supreme Court on December 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. | Samuel Corum/Getty Images
Democrats in U.S. Congress have announced controversial legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to the current conservative majority. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has reportedly said she won’t bring such legislation to the floor for a vote. 
Introduced Thursday, the bill is known as the Judiciary Act of 2021 and would increase the number of justices on the Supreme Court for the first time since the 19th century.
Sponsors include House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler of New York, Chairman of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Hank Johnson of Georgia and Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York. In the Senate, the bill is backed by Sen. Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts.

Biden slams Trump over reported bounties placed on US troops

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has attacked President Donald Trump over a report that he said, if true, contains a “truly shocking revelation” about the commander in chief and his failure to protect US troops in Afghanistan and stand up to Russia.
The New York Times reported on Friday that US intelligence officials concluded months ago that a Russian military intelligence unit secretly offered rewards to Taliban-linked armed fighters for killing American troops in Afghanistan.
The report said the Russians offered rewards for successful attacks last year, at a time when the US and Taliban were holding talks to end the long-running war.

Trump Was Right: The Story About Russia Putting Bounties on U.S. Troops Was Bogus

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Remember when the New York Times published a story claiming Russia was paying the Taliban to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan? And that President Donald Trump knew about it and did nothing? That story is being walked back by U.S. intelligence officials. From the Daily Beast: 
It was a huge election-time story that prompted cries of treason. But according to a newly disclosed assessment, Donald Trump might have been right to call it a “hoax.”
It was a blockbuster story about Russia’s return to the imperial “Great Game” in Afghanistan. The Kremlin had spread money around the longtime central Asian battlefield for militants to kill remaining U.S. forces. It sparked a massive outcry from Democrats and their #resistance amplifiers about the treasonous Russian puppet in the White House whose admiration for Vladimir Putin had endangered American troops.

'Russian Bounty' Story Peddled By Media To Hurt Trump Turned Out To Be Fake News

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New reports show that U.S. intelligence had “low to moderate” confidence in a story peddled by leftists and their corrupt corporate media cronies last year. The anonymously sourced story claimed Russia offered members of the Taliban bounties in exchange for killing American soldiers.
“The United States intelligence community assesses with low to moderate confidence that Russian intelligence officers sought to encourage Taliban attacks U.S. and coalition personnel in Afghanistan in 2019 and perhaps earlier,” a senior administration official said on Thursday.
“U.S. intelligence community agencies have low to moderate confidence in this judgment in part because it relies on detainee reporting, and due to the challenging operating environment in Afghanistan, our conclusion is based on information and evidence of connections between criminal agents in Afghanistan and elements of the Russian government,” the official continued.

NEO: Trump Plans to Use Political Power to Fight Prosecutions – Veterans Today | Military Foreign Affairs Policy Journal for Clandestine Services

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By Jim Dean and New Eastern Outlook
“A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth even has a chance to get its pants on.” – Winston Churchill
Ex-President Donald Trump has been keeping a low profile at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida with a wet finger in the air trying to decipher how the winds are blowing on his legal and political fortunes.
In New York, US Attorney Cy Vance’s office is moving quickly toward what legal watchers expect to be a series of bank and tax fraud charges. Legal teams are digging through the million pages of tax and banking documents released after years of Trump appeals, now that the Supreme Court has ordered them released.

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President Biden to Address Joint Session of Congress April 28

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President Joe Biden will finally address a joint session of Congress for the first time on April 28 following an invitation from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
Biden's speech will come just before his 100th day in office, much later into his first term than those of his modern-day predecessors. 
Since the Reagan administration, every president before Biden has delivered his first speech to Congress within his first 40 days in office.
Ronald Reagan - Feb. 18, 1981 
George H. W. Bush - Feb. 9, 1989 
Bill Clinton - Feb. 17, 1993  
George W. Bush - Feb. 27, 2001 
Barack Obama - Feb 24, 2009  
Donald Trump - Feb. 28, 2017 

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