OUTRAGE: Democrats Caught Waiving Foreign Flags On The Floor Of Congress

Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) and members of the Democratic party created a surreal atmosphere in the House chamber on Saturday when the House approved a $61 billion bill to support Ukraine’s war efforts.

As the vote drew closer, Democrats began waving numerous small Ukrainian flags, enthusiastically chanting “Ukraine!” in celebration. Approaching the podium as the vote concluded, Johnson received the most thunderous applause of the day – and possibly of the entire Congressional session – from the Democratic side.

The outcome of today’s vote was already predetermined, although it appeared to be an unattainable goal for months. Johnson had consistently made a promise to never consider foreign aid without first ensuring the security of America’s own border.

The recent missile attacks by Iran against Israel presented an opportunity for Johnson to take action on border security. The bipartisan urgency to come to Israel’s aid provided a legislative opportunity for him to introduce a border security bill. Democrats would have faced a difficult decision in an election year. This situation provided Johnson with the ultimate leverage, allowing him to advance either border security or Ukraine, or even both if he attempted to do so. The flags that Democrats chose to wave emphasized Johnson’s decision.

BREAKING: Whistleblower Spills The Beans On Fani Willis

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) recently stated that he has been in communication with an informant from Fani Willis’ office who intends to expose accusations of the misuse of federal funds by the Fulton County, Ga. district attorney to go after former President Donald Trump.

Rep. Jordan informed Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo that a former employee of Willis’ office has come forward and reportedly shared information with House Oversight Committee investigators alleging that Willis diverted federal anti-gang funds to target Trump. Jordan’s comments were made shortly after the Justice Department disclosed discrepancies in the Georgia prosecutor’s reports to the federal government concerning the distribution of said funds.

“God bless the whistleblower [who] came forward,” Jordan said of the now-former employee, according to Newsweek. “We’ve talked with the whistleblower, she’s giving information to the press, to us. Now the Department of Justice is looking into this. All kinds of problems with Fani Willis and this ridiculous investigation she’s run on President Trump and others.”

Earlier this year, Jordan and the Republican-led House Judiciary Committee issued a subpoena to Willis’s office, requesting documents pertaining to her office’s receipt and use of federal funds. Willis has come under Republican scrutiny due to her role in a case accusing Trump and 18 others of election interference.

“While you have indicated that additional documents may be forthcoming in response to the Committee’s subpoena, the Committee has yet to receive any additional responsive materials in the three weeks since your initial response,” Jordan said in a letter to Willis.

“Accordingly, the Committee expects that you will produce all responsive documents to the subpoena in the categories prioritized by the Committee no later than 12:00 p.m. on March 28, 2024. If you fail to do so, the Committee will consider taking further action, such as the invocation of contempt of Congress proceedings,” the letter continued.

525 characters · 81 words · 👔 Formal · English

In the meantime, Willis received a cautionary message this week regarding potential consequences for the prosecutors in her office. These consequences may include disciplinary measures and even imprisonment, all due to their conduct during the trial of rapper Young Thug. According to Newsweek, Judge Ural Glanville, who is overseeing the case, issued a warning to certain prosecutors from Willis’s office on Wednesday. He stated, “None of you would do this if you were in the United States District Court, none of you.”

“My colleagues in federal court would probably jail most of you, and for those who have practiced in federal court, this is not the way it goes,” Glanville said. “From the state’s perspective as well as the defense perspective, everything’s filed in advance. So, why should you do anything less in this courtroom?”

Glanville issued a cautionary statement after a tense confrontation in the courtroom between the judge and Assistant District Attorney Adriane Love. Taking the defense’s side, Glanville made a ruling to exclude specific evidence that the prosecution intended to present.

“Why didn’t we file this stuff months ago and let’s wind it out and air it out at that point in time,” Glanville told the defense before asking Love about the matter.

Love is the main prosecutor in the RICO case against Jeffrey Williams, also known as Young Thug, and 27 other defendants. The indictment, revealed by Willis in May 2022, accuses Williams of being the leader of Young Slime Life (YSL), an Atlanta-based street gang associated with the Bloods gang. During the trial on Wednesday, Love had an outburst in response to the judge’s decision to exclude certain evidence. The two exchanged heated words loudly, with Glanville telling Love, “Have a seat, madam. Have a seat. You better exclude that, and next time, make sure you’re prepared.”

Breaking: These 55 Republicans REFUSED To Betray America

Mike Johnson, the speaker, required the assistance of Democrats in order to push forward his foreign aid package worth almost $100 billion. A total of 151 Republicans and 165 Democrats supported the bill, while 55 Republicans opposed the substantial taxpayer-funded package. The proposed legislation aims to allocate funds to Ukraine and Israel, with no allocation for securing the borders of the United States. Former President Trump expressed concerns regarding the funding package in a post on Truth Social:

“Why isn’t Europe giving more money to help Ukraine? Why is it that the United States is over $100 Billion Dollars into the Ukraine War more than Europe, and we have an Ocean between us as separation! Why can’t Europe equalize or match the money put in by the United States of America in order to help a Country in desperate need? As everyone agrees, Ukrainian Survival and Strength should be much more important to Europe than to us, but it is also important to us! GET MOVING EUROPE! In addition, I am the only one who speaks for “ME” and, while it is a total mess caused by Crooked Joe Biden and the Incompetent Democrats, if I were President, this War would have never started!”

The rule vote has initiated a discussion on the four separate bills, which will be followed by votes on amendments and four votes on passage, expected to take place on Saturday.

According to Fox News, it is uncommon for Democrats, or any opposition party, to vote in favor of a rule vote. However, this highlights the sense of urgency that lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have in providing assistance to foreign allies. Here is a list of the 55 Republicans who stood in solidarity with the American people and opposed Speaker Johnson’s extensive foreign aid package:

Rep. Mark Alford (MO), Rep. Jim Baird (IN), Rep. Jim Banks (IN), Rep. Andy Biggs (AZ), Rep. Dan Bishop (NC), Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO), Rep. Josh Brecheen (OK), Rep. Tim Burchett (TN), Rep. Eric Burlison (MO), Rep. Ben Cline (VA), Rep. Michael Cloud (TX), Rep. Andrew Clyde (GA), Rep. Mike Collins (GA), Rep. Eli Crane (AZ), Rep. Warren Davidson (OH), Rep. Scott DesJarlais (TN), Rep. Byron Donalds (FL), Rep. Jeff Duncan (SC), Rep. Russ Fulcher (ID), Rep. Matt Gaetz (FL), Rep. Bob Good (VA), Rep. Lance Gooden (TX), Rep. Paul Gosar (AZ), Rep. Mark Green (TN), Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA), Rep. Morgan Griffith (VA), Rep. Harriet Hageman (WY), Rep. Diana Harshbarger (TN), Rep. Clay Higgins (LA), Rep. Doug LaMalfa (CA), Rep. Debbie Lesko (AZ), Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (TX), Rep. Nancy Mace (SC), Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (NY), Rep. Tracey Mann (KS), Rep. Thomas Massie (KY), Rep. Rich McCormick (GA), Rep. Mary Miller (IL), Rep. Cory Mills (FL), Rep. Barry Moore (AL), Rep. Troy Nehls (TX), Rep. Ralph Norman (SC), Rep. Andy Ogles (TN), Rep. Scott Perry (PA), Rep. Bill Posey (FL), Rep. John Rose (TN), Rep. Matt Rosendale (MT), Rep. Chip Roy (TX), Rep. Keith Self (TX), Rep. Victoria Spartz (IN), Rep. Greg Steube (FL), Rep. Thomas Tiffany (WI), Rep. William Timmons (SC), Rep. Michael Waltz (FL), Rep. Daniel Webster (FL).

WATCH: Hillary Clinton Goes On Unhinged Trump Rant

Hillary Clinton, the ex-Secretary of State, expressed in a podcast released on Friday her belief that former President Donald Trump aims to emulate dictators such as Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump defeated Clinton in the 2016 election and she has claimed that he has ties to Russia. On the “Democracy Docket” podcast, Clinton accused Trump of patterning himself after Putin and other dictators worldwide, insinuating that her previous rival intends to carry out atrocious deeds against his dissenters.

“Putin does what [Trump] would like to do,” Clinton told election lawyer Marc Elias during the podcast. “Kill his opposition, imprison his opposition, drive journalists into exile, rule without any check or balance. That’s what Trump really wants. And so we have to be very conscious of how he sees the world because in that world, he only sees strong men leaders. He sees Putin, he sees Xi, he sees Kim Jong Un in North Korea. Those are the people he is modeling himself after and we’ve been down this road in our, you know, world history. We sure don’t want to go down that again.”

WATCH:

“My view, having negotiated with Putin, and knowing one of the reasons he went after me is because he knew I would deal with him in an appropriate way, and Trump would basically do whatever he wanted, it’s really important to think about what could happen to our world with Trump back in the White House,” Clinton added. “Withdrawing us from NATO, not caring about what happens with Europe … The idea that he wants Ukraine to fail. The idea that he doesn’t want us to be able to surveil our enemies. This is a very scary prospect.”

The 2016 campaign of Clinton financed an outdated dossier put together by Christopher Steele, which claimed that Trump had conspired with Russia during the election.

Breaking: WWIII Fears Break Out After Surprise Missile Strike

Early Friday morning, reports surfaced indicating that Israel had launched an assault on multiple Iranian sites, which included areas close to the suspected whereabouts of Iran’s nuclear facilities. According to Israel’s Army Radio, at 5:00 a.m. local time, ABC News had identified Israeli airstrikes near Isfahan, Iran, as well as in various locations within Syria and Iraq.

The Times of Israel reported:

“Iran’s Fars news agency says that explosions have been heard near the airport at the country’s central Isfahan city, but the reason is unknown. “The cause of these sounds is still unknown, and investigations continue until the exact details of the incident are determined,” the semi-official Fars news agency says. Several Iranian nuclear sites are located in Isfahan province, including Natanz, centerpiece of Iran’s uranium enrichment program.”

There was widespread speculation on social media that the Syrian and Iraqi targets were connected to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the external terrorist branch of the Iranian military. The Israeli airstrikes were believed to be a reaction to a significant Iranian missile and drone assault on Israel during the weekend. While most of the attack was stopped by Israeli and allied air defenses, it marked the first direct assault by Iran on Israel from Iranian soil.

Israel had previously stated that any attack originating from Iran would be met with retaliatory strikes within Iran. Israel has been contemplating a potential strike on Iran’s nuclear program, regardless of U.S. support. It is believed that the Iranian regime lacks substantial air defense capabilities. Dr. Shay Har-Zvi from the Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS) at Reichman University mentioned during a press briefing with Breitbart News that Iran’s air defenses, supplied by Russia, did not include the latest S-400 generation.

He also acknowledged that Russian-Iranian collaboration could prompt Israel to act swiftly against Iran, as there might be a limited timeframe before Russia provided Iran with more advanced air defense systems. He noted that Russia was unlikely to directly involve itself in a conflict between Iran and Israel.

Breaking: Top Democrats Fear ARREST, Running Scared

According to a CBS News report, a number of Democrats who are part of the House January 6 Committee express concerns about potential arrest if a future Donald Trump administration comes into power. Trump himself brought up this matter, using social media to claim that former Representative Liz Cheney and other committee members should be jailed. It is worth noting that Cheney, one of the two Republicans on the committee, lost her reelection campaign in Wyoming in 2022.

“She should go to jail along with the rest of the Unselect Committee!” he wrote in response.

The committee was dissolved following the Republicans’ victory in the 2022 midterm elections, which allowed them to regain control of the House of Representatives. Reps. Adam Schiff, Pete Aguilar, and Zoe Lofgren, who all hail from California, voiced their grave apprehension over Trump’s statements about potentially incarcerating committee members.

“One of the things that I observed during our Jan. 6 committee work was that when Trump says something, he intends to do it,” Lofgren told CBS News. “I take that lesson to heart.”

Police officers who appeared before the committee conveyed their concerns regarding possible retaliation from a subsequent Trump administration.

“Anybody who has testified against him or spoken out in a public capacity should be worried,” Harry Dunn, a former U.S. Capitol police officer and Democratic congressional candidate in Maryland, told CBS News. “Trump means what he says.”

In a statement given to CBS News, a representative for Trump criticized the Jan. 6 committee as a fraud, claiming that it had misled the American public for years and hidden evidence that supposedly cleared Trump and his followers of involvement in an insurrection. Trump’s response was prompted by a report from Just the News revealing that Cheney was present at the deposition of a Secret Service agent who recounted Trump’s presence in the limousine leaving the Stop the Steal rally on January 6. Instead of going to the Capitol as promised, the limousine took Trump to the White House.

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House staff member who was summoned by Cheney to testify against Trump before the House Jan. 6 select committee, alleged that she overheard Secret Service agents discussing an incident in which Trump tried to take control of the presidential limousine’s steering wheel from the back seat.

“The driver testified that he specifically refuted the version of events as recounted by Hutchinson,” the report released by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., chair of the House Administration subcommittee on Jan. 6, noted. “The driver of the SUV testified that he ‘did not see him reach [redacted]. [President Trump] never grabbed the steering wheel.

“I didn’t see him, you know, lunge to try to get into the front seat at all,’” the agent testified, refuting Hutchinson’s account.

In February, the Oversight Subcommittee of the House Administration Committee, which is tasked with investigating the 2021 Capitol riot and the previous Democrat-led inquiry, uncovered that more than 100 files were encrypted and deleted from hard drives during the transition to GOP control in January 2023, as per the New York Post.

It was anticipated that the select committee would furnish Republican Chairman Barry Loudermilk of Georgia with four terabytes of archived data. Nevertheless, the committee only provided two terabytes of data, according to the outlet. In a separate post, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) criticized the committee.

“As I said from day one, Nancy Pelosi’s sham January 6th Committee was illegitimate and unconstitutional. It should come as a surprise to no one that Bennie Thompson and Liz Cheney’s fake committee illegally deleted records of their sham investigation and obstructed justice,” Stefanik wrote in a post to X Tuesday. “The American people deserve full transparency.”

Breaking: Rand Paul Makes BIG Announcement That has RINOs Terrified

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has expressed his support for Rep. Thomas Massie’s (R-KY) decision to remove Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA), emphasizing the importance of having a leader within the House Republican party who possesses both “courage” and “intestinal fortitude.”

Rand Paul said:

“I think Thomas Massie is doing the right thing, and I think that Republicans need real leadership. We need to use our power; our people are frustrated. Why don’t we use the power of the purse? Why does the debt keep getting bigger even when Republicans are in charge of the House? So, I think we need somebody that has some courage and some intestinal fortitude.”

Paul’s remarks came after Massie joined Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) in supporting the motion to vacate in order to oust Johnson from his position as the House leader.

“Every negotiation he’s [Johnson] gone into with Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden, he’s received nothing in exchange. He’s either not good at negotiating, or he’s negotiating for their side,” Massie said.

“He’s done an omnibus that broke Nancy Pelosi’s spending records. He reauthorized FISA without warrants. Now he’s going for the trifecta to pass the Ukraine spending without doing anything to enforce our border,” he continued. “That will be three strikes in addition to just the poor management of the House.”

“Thank you @RandPaul for…supporting our efforts to restore fiscal sanity and constitutionally limited government here in the House. Our leadership is failing us,” Massie wrote in response.

BREAKING: National Guard Whistleblowers Drop J6 Bombshell

On Wednesday, four officials from the D.C. National Guard who were involved in the response to the Capitol riots on January 6, 2021, alleged that top Army leaders had lied to Congress regarding the delay in deploying the guard. Politico reported that former Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy, then-acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, and former Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, among other high-ranking Pentagon leaders, had claimed that the National Guard was sent to the Capitol promptly when their assistance was required. However, the National Guard “whistleblowers” accused these officials of attempting to protect the Army’s reputation and shifting the blame elsewhere during their testimony before the House Administration Committee panel.

“I have no idea why we never received that order,” retired D.C. National Guard Command Sergeant Major Michael Brooks, told lawmakers. “All I know is that they were more concerned with what it would look like with soldiers with the Capitol in the background than protecting the Capitol of the United States.”

McCarthy and other high-ranking Army officials delayed the deployment of the National Guard, Brooks stated.

The hearing aimed to clarify the National Guard’s responsibilities in protecting the Capitol and to address gaps in knowledge regarding the broader security failures of that day. In March, the committee released transcripts of testimony from White House Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato, who claimed that former President Donald Trump offered National Guard troops to protect the Capitol, but Mayor Muriel Bowser declined the offer, contradicting the narrative presented by the Democrat-led Jan. 6 Select Committee.

Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund requested National Guard support during a 2:30 p.m. phone call after receiving reports that rioters had breached the Capitol’s barriers, as outlined in a 2021 memo by then-Lt. Timothy Nick. However, Lt. Gen. Charles Flynn, the Army’s former director of operations, and Lt. Gen. Walter Piatt, the former director of the Army staff, opposed the deployment.

They expressed concerns about the potential negative perception and suggested that the Guard remain on standby, as noted in the memo. Subsequently, both generals denied opposing the deployment of the D.C. Guard to the Capitol.

“At no point on January 6 did I tell anyone that the D.C. National Guard should not deploy directly to the Capitol,” Piatt told Congress in 2021.

Flynn and Piatt contended that the D.C. National Guard was not ready for deployment, as reported by Politico. All witnesses during the panel, including Brig. Gen. Aaron Dean, Nick, Col. Earl Matthews, and Brooks, confirmed that the deployment was delayed. They refuted any claims that the guard was unprepared to assist the U.S. Capitol Police in securing the capitol grounds. Miller granted authorization for the D.C. Guard to deploy at 3 p.m., with the ability to mobilize at that time, according to Matthews, the former chief legal adviser to the D.C. National Guard. However, McCarthy did not issue the order to move.

The National Guard were “not allowed to do our job due to paralyzed decision making,” Nick told the panel.

Watch:

Witnesses further mentioned that despite having casual discussions with investigators from the Jan. 6 committee, which were not officially recorded, they were never summoned to provide testimony. Matthews also highlighted that their alerts regarding the reliability of certain witnesses were disregarded.

According to the Department of Defense (DOD) Inspector General report released in November 2021, the DOD’s actions in response to the domestic turmoil, including aiding the U.S. Capitol Police, were deemed “reasonable in light of the circumstances that existed on that day.”

Brooks alleged that senior DOD member manipulated the IG report “to protect and advance individuals who sought to shield themselves from responsibility, to overly enhance their role and perceived significance in a critical moment in the history of our nation’s democracy.” Matthews mentioned that he participated in the 2:30 conference call and had several conversations with Flynn and Piatt throughout the day.

“These officers lied with impunity,” Matthews said.

BREAKING: Congress EXPLODES After Speaker Abandons Americans

House Republicans are increasingly expressing their dissatisfaction with Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) as Representatives Scott Perry (R-PA) and Jim Banks (R-IN) voice their frustrations regarding what Banks referred to as “insanity” in Johnson’s foreign aid plan. This plan allocates over three times the amount of money to Ukraine compared to Israel, while neglecting the U.S. Southern border.

On Tuesday, Perry took to X to share an image of the plan, which reveals that $48.83 billion is allocated to Ukraine, $14.1 billion to Israel, $2.4 billion to “Red Sea Operations,” $2.58 billion to “INDOPACOM,” and $3.3 billion to a “Submarine Industrial Base.”

“Notice anything missing?” wrote Perry. Speaker Johnson “failed to incorporate any border security into any of the FOUR of the bills he’s going to ram down our throats this week.”

“On more than half a dozen occasions in the last six months, he promised the American People this wouldn’t happen,” Perry added.

Perry and Banks have expressed their disapproval of the four bills, coinciding with the opposition shown by Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Andy Biggs (R-AZ). Greene filed a motion to vacate against Johnson before the Easter break, while Biggs signaled his disagreement with the multiple-impact reentry vehicles rule (MIRV) that Johnson aims to incorporate into the bills.

“Israel funding should not be held hostage by Ukraine funding. The American people deserve to know where their senators stand on each funding component,” Biggs wrote. “MIRV—the process used to merge the bills—is about as ridiculous as ranked choice voting. The least popular option is the one that wins,” he added.
.
Greene announced her intention to vote against the rule, and given the slim one-seat majority and increasing Republican resistance, Johnson would require assistance from Democrats to secure the passage of the rule and garner support for the aid. In the meantime, Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) joined as a cosponsor of Greene’s motion to vacate the chair on Tuesday and in the morning, he urged the speaker to step down.

Another Embarrassing Biden Moment Caught On Camera

President Joe Biden was captured on camera in what some perceive as another embarrassing incident, further raising doubts about his ability to effectively serve a full four-year term. During his meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’a Al-Sudani in the Oval Office on Monday, a camera captured Biden referring to a “cheat sheet” that provided guidance on his remarks and actions. This incident is likely to undermine confidence in his leadership capabilities.

“Biden was caught once again wielding a crib sheet bearing scripted remarks to the press during an Oval Office sitdown with Iraq’s prime minister Monday,” The Post said.

During his initial public statement following Iran’s recent missile and drone attack on Israel, President Biden, who is 81 years old, relied on a written script. The script contained stage directions in capital letters, instructing him when to pause for an interpreter to provide translations. According to The Post, Biden consistently glanced down at the script throughout the meeting.

The outlet noted that “Al-Sudani did not rely on note cards of any kind when he made brief remarks following Biden.”

Rather than delivering an on-camera statement during the ongoing attack on Saturday, President Biden opted for the White House to call a lid shortly after 5 p.m. Instead, they released photographs showcasing the president and his national security team closely monitoring the situation in the Situation Room.