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Left-Wing Organizer Charged in U.S. Capitol Riot

Is John Earle Sullivan just one of many radical mob-inciters?The charging of a young man associated with Antifa and Black Lives Matter with cheerleading the mob violence at the United States Capitol that disrupted and delayed the recent congressional certification of the presidential election, raises disturbing questions about radical leftist involvement in the unrest.

Does this mean that the civil disturbance on Capitol Hill January 6, executed by people carrying pro-Trump paraphernalia, was some kind of a so-called false flag operation?

More investigation is needed but it wouldn’t be the first time Democrats have stirred up crowds in an effort to provoke violence for political purposes.

Profile of Domestic Terrorists at the US Capitol

CapitolDamage was assessed at over a quarter of a million dollars. The door of the Senate Minority Leader was ripped from its hinges. A valuable, stately portrait of Massachusetts Senator Daniel Webster was left in shards. Chandeliers, mirrors, and furniture were damaged beyond repair. Plaster and glass were strewn about everywhere, particularly in the Republican cloakroom behind the Senate chamber.

No, this was not from January 6, 2021. The date was November 7, 1983. A bomb was planted inside the US Capitol and exploded at 10:58 PM ET, ripping through the second floor of the US Capitol’s Senate wing. The damage was extensive.

By Doug Hagmann - Monday, January 18, 2021

SAF Sues BATFE Over Arm Brace APA Violations

The Second Amendment Foundation today filed a lawsuit in federal district court against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and the Department of Justice, alleging violations of the Administrative Procedures Act relating to its flip-flop regulation of arm braces on semiautomatic pistols.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Saturday, January 16, 2021

Violent Crime Surged in 2020: More to Come?

2021 started with a bang in New York City—literally. Two hours into the new year, the city had already recorded eight people shot in six separate incidents, including a triple shooting steps away from Borough Hall in Queens.

Of course the past is prologue. 2020, wrote the New York Daily News, saw a “crime surge straight out of hell: a 97 percent jump in shootings and a nearly 45 percent surge in murders.” And as New York went, so went much of urban America. The Christian Science Monitor reported that “51 cities of various sizes across the U.S. saw an average thirty-five percent jump in murder from 2019 to 2020.” Gun assaults are up 10 percent nationally over 2019, according to a study cited by the Monitor.

By Judicial Watch - Friday, January 15, 2021

The astounding Susan Rosenberg case, and the logic of the left

The astounding Susan Rosenberg case, and the logic of the leftSpeaking of Capitol break-ins, here’s a story to remember. The facts and the implications are quite remarkable. Extending to today. It’s the Susan Rosenberg case. Remember that name—-

And as you read, imagine what would be happening if this Senate bombing event occurred now, and the FBI claimed the instigator was a Trump supporter. 

In 1978, a small group of young women broke off from male-centered revolutionary organizations and formed their own; a hard-Left circle they called M19.

By Jon Rappoport - Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Was the assault on the Capitol building a false flag?

Was the assault on the Capitol building a false flag?I’m writing this hours before posting it, so events may unfold that add more information.

The first thing you need to ask yourself: was the break-in at the Capitol, while Congress was in session holding a debate about election certification, an attempt to stop a transfer of power to Biden, or an attempt to stop the debate itself—-during which legislators would have laid out evidence of fraud?

The assault did achieve a stoppage of the debate, which was being carried live on television.

BLM Agitator DeRay Mckesson: Don’t Blame Me

BLM Agitator DeRay Mckesson: Don’t Blame MeWhile Americans were preoccupied in the fall with the presidential election, the Supreme Court quietly let Black Lives Matter agitator DeRay Mckesson, an outspoken apologist for political violence directed at police, completely off the hook for the vicious maiming of a police officer at a rowdy protest he organized.

Mckesson, of course, is on record as favoring mob violence against police officers.

THESE are the 'poverty' crimes Seattle may no longer prosecute

Seattle, Washington lawmakers are pushing forward new legislation that would provide citizens an exemption for misdemeanor prosecutions IF the crime is one of ‘poverty’ — meaning the culprit suffers from homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse, or from similar situations. But here’s the thing: these ‘crimes of poverty’ make up 72 PERCENT of all crime there. Glenn and Stu explain why this step is just another ‘defund’ movement to shift the city further towards Marxist policies.

By News on the Net -- Glenn Beck- Monday, December 28, 2020

Shocking new video emerges of Nashville Christmas bombing

The short clip shows what appears to be a police officer walking in the street about half a block from a parked RV. The lights from a police car can be seen flashing on the other end of the block.

The cop exits the frame just before the blast occurs at 13 seconds into the video. The explosion flash is followed by heavy smoke and flying debris.

By News on the Net -- NY Post- Sunday, December 27, 2020

Insurrection & Martial Law Ignoring The Gauntlet

Insurrection & Martial Law Ignoring The GauntletAs Thomas Paine said in 1776, “These are the times that try men’s souls.” And so it is today. There is a ghostly silence in every corner of the country as the nation waits to see what will come about as a result of how this election was conducted. Too many questions, too many occurrences of foul play, too many people coming forward with horror stories, too many alienated voters, too many states that went their own way. All from six states that just happen to be battleground states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania & Wisconsin.

A new report on the election was just released, The Navarro Report. It’s a comprehensive report that found that six states engaged in most, if not all, of the irregularities. They detected clear cases of outright fraud, ballot mishandling, contestable process fouls, equal protection clause violations, voting machine irregularities, and significant statistic anomalies. Included in the account are reports in all six states of excessive voter turnout, at times exceeding 100%.

By Ray DiLorenzo - Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Police Finally Swarm Filthy Reincarnated Autonomous Zone in Seattle, It Doesn't End Well for Antifa

Police Finally Swarm Filthy Reincarnated Autonomous Zone in SeattleAs we previously reported, Antifa had been resurrecting a new “CHAZ” in Seattle, building barricades around Cal Anderson Park. They were trying to prevent the police and the city from clearing out the park that they and the homeless had been occupying.

It’s quite literally a filthy disgusting mess. They also took over a vacant nearby yellow house and began barricading that up as well.

By News on the Net -- Red State- Saturday, December 19, 2020


BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation, National Rifle Association and Firearms Policy Coalition today filed a federal lawsuit against New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, challenging her order mandating the closure of lawful retail firearms businesses during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Joining SAF, NRA and FPC are the New Mexico Shooting Sports Association, two businesses and three private citizens. They are represented by attorneys Patrick J. Rogers, Albuquerque; Cody J. Wisniewski, Lakewood, Colo.; Adam Kraut, Sacramento, Calif., and Michael T. Jean, Fairfax, Va. The complaint was filed in U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico and is known as Aragon v. Grisham.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Saturday, December 19, 2020

DNI John Ratcliffe Confirmed There Was Foreign Interference in November Elections: Report

DNI John Ratcliffe Confirmed There Was Foreign Interference in November Elections: ReportDirector of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe confirmed that there was foreign interference in the 2020 election, according to CBS correspondent Catherine Herridge.

“Well DNI Ratcliffe leads the 17 intelligence agencies and he has access to the most highly classified information that is held by the US government. And he told CBS News that there was foreign interference by China, Iran, and Russia in November of this year and he is anticipating a public report on those findings in January,” Herridge said on Dec. 3.

By Epoch Times - Thursday, December 17, 2020

U.S. Pays Costa Rica to Hire More Female Cops as Police at Home Get Defunded

While police departments across the United States are being defunded to appease leftists, the federal government is dedicating hundreds of thousands of dollars to advance “gender equality” in the “police forces” of a Latin American nation. It is a difficult foreign grant to swallow as local law enforcement agencies nationwide suffer through major budget cuts at the request of the increasingly powerful Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. The money will flow through the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), a broad effort funded by American taxpayers to fight crime, counter production and trafficking of illicit drugs and build sound criminal justice systems in foreign countries.

By Judicial Watch - Monday, December 14, 2020

Gov. Abbott Is Correct: Castle Doctrine Bill Is Dead At The Door

Word is spreading like wildfire that the Texas Legislature is considering a bill to remove the Lone Star State’s hallmark home defense law — even prompting a gubernatorial clarification of where Texas leaders stand on the issue.

Democratic Rep. Terry Meza filed the longshot bill that would alter the state’s “castle doctrine,” which currently allows homeowners and home-dwellers legal authority to shoot intruders — no questions asked.

By News on the Net -- USSA NEWS- Monday, December 14, 2020

Ex-Con Hired by D.C. as Violence Interrupter Arrested, Charged with Murder

In a curious twist, a “reformed” criminal hired by the District of Columbia’s chief legal officer to help curb violence has been arrested and charged with murder. The case involves a taxpayer-funded public safety program known as Cure the Streets launched by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine to reduce gun violence by treating it as a disease that can be interrupted and stopped from spreading. Cure the Streets typically hires men and women with criminal histories as violence interrupters because they know first-hand about the challenges that residents of crime-infested communities live with. Racine, who was reelected to a second term in 2018, says the transformed criminals hired by his program perform community-driven public safety work that can avoid using police.

By Judicial Watch - Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Ratcliffe: China’s Penetration of Gov’t Networks ‘Significant and Growing Every Day’

On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe stated that China’s penetration into American government networks is “significant and growing every day.”

Host Tucker Carlson said, [relevant exchange begins around 3:00] “[G]ive us a sense of China’s penetration into our networks, government networks.”

By Breitbart News - Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Watch: Brutal brawl erupts between black bloc anarchists and 'Back the Blue' supporters in Washington

There were violent clashes in Washington’s capital on Saturday during a “Back the Blue” rally when black bloc anarchists held their own counterprotest.

The Olympia Police Department released a notice: “Large group of opposing protesters started near the Capitol and are now moving through downtown Olympia. Near City Hall. The groups have dispersed into smaller groups and are moving throughout the area. Officers are monitoring to ensure things are peaceful from here forward.”

By The Blaze - Monday, December 7, 2020


BELLEVUE, WA – Attorneys representing the Second Amendment Foundation and Firearms Policy Coalition have asked for a preliminary injunction in a challenge to Pennsylvania gun laws that prohibit law-abiding young adults from carrying firearms for self-defense and prevents them from acquiring a state license to carry (LTCFR) because of their age.

By Second Amendment Foundation - Friday, December 4, 2020