Breaking: DOJ Catches Fani Willis Red Handed

The Justice Department announced on Friday that it has identified discrepancies in Fulton County Prosecutor Fani Willis’s utilization of federal grant funds, validating claims made by a whistleblower.

The whistleblower, who accused the Fulton County office of mismanaging $488,000 in federal grant money for expenses such as “swag,” computers, and travel, was terminated by Willis in the past.

“It’s that same grant that the Justice Department’s Office of Justice Programs now says is plagued with reporting discrepancies from Willis’s office,” the Washington Free Beacon reported:

“The Justice Department did not provide any further details on the nature of Willis’s reporting “inconsistencies” on the $488,000 federal grant, which was earmarked for the creation of a Center for Youth Empowerment and Gang Prevention in Atlanta. The grant ended in September 2023, but the center never opened.

“The Justice Department is coordinating with Willis’s office to fix the grant reporting “inconsistencies” amid an ongoing House Judiciary Committee investigation into Willis’s use of federal grant funds. Committee chairman Rep. Jim Jordan (R., Ohio) subpoenaed Willis in early February for records related to the $488,000 federal grant and the whistleblower allegations made by former Willis staffer Amanda Timpson, who was listed as the grant director until the district attorney abruptly fired her in January 2022.

“Jordan threatened to hold Willis in contempt of Congress on March 14 after the district attorney responded to his subpoena with a “narrow set of documents” that had nothing to do with Timpson’s whistleblower allegations. Willis wrote in response that Jordan’s demands were “unreasonable and uncustomary” and suggested his investigation was an effort to derail her election interference case against former president Donald Trump.”

A DOJ spokeswoman told the Beacon that “inconsistencies” appeared during its review of Willis’ office. “During our review of the award to respond to this inquiry, we have noticed some inconsistencies in what Fulton County has reported to [the Federal Subaward Reporting System] and we are working with them to update their reporting accordingly.”

Willis’ office has been embroiled in yet another scandal as she investigates former President Donald Trump, with the review of federal funds being the most recent controversy.

WATCH: Kamala Harris Brutally Mocked After Trainwreck Interview

During an interview on the “I’ve Had It” podcast, Vice President Kamala Harris, known for her tendency to deliver lengthy and sometimes incoherent explanations on different subjects, seemed to once again veer off track while discussing the “nature of democracy” with co-hosts Jennifer Welch and Angie “Pumps” Sullivan.

“It’s important to see that, you know, the nature of democracy, there’s a duality to it. It has two sides to it. On the one hand, there’s incredible strength, right, that when a democracy is intact, what it does for its people, in terms of the strength it gives its people and protects, in terms of individual freedoms and rights, right, and liberties. There’s an incredible strength in that, what it does for its people, when it is intact. On the other hand, democracy — extraordinarily fragile,” Harris said.

“It’s only as strong as our willingness to fight for it. That’s by nature what a democracy is. It is about the people,” she continued.

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Trump Wins AGAIN As Congress Votes The Whole Thing Down

Speaker Mike Johnson’s (R-LA) motion for a vote on his proposed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) reauthorization was defeated by his Republican colleagues on Wednesday, dealing him another setback. Nineteen House Republicans joined Democrats in defeating the rule with a vote of 228 to 193.

In response, Johnson called for a House Republican Conference meeting on Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 Eastern to regroup and work towards extending FISA’s authorization before the April 19 deadline, with some reforms. Although the House has completed its voting for the week, Republicans have time to resolve their differences. However, the future of the reauthorization in the House remains uncertain.

Johnson had aimed to address the measure on Wednesday before focusing on next week’s main action – a proposal to fund Ukraine that has yet to be revealed. Now, the embattled Speaker must adjust his schedule accordingly. The House, following a two-week recess, is set to recess again on Thursday, April 18 for another week.

Johnson emphasized the importance of not allowing FISA’s authorization to lapse, noting that despite the upcoming expiration, most surveillance activities can continue for up to a year. The debate over including a measure requiring warrants for federal agents to surveil American citizens involved in foreign surveillance will persist as a point of contention. While Johnson’s bill does not currently include such a measure, he seemed open to an amendment vote on the issue.

An amendment introducing warrant requirements would likely pass easily, although some Republicans who opposed the rule on Wednesday may push for the warrant requirement to be integrated into the underlying bill before advancing it to the floor. Johnson has the ability to circumvent a rule vote by suspending the rules, enabling a direct vote on passage that would need two-thirds support. However, achieving that level of support is probably unrealistic, and it would likely lead to a motion to vacate, potentially resulting in the end of Johnson’s speakership.

Earlier, Trump posted to Truth Social calling on the House to “kill” FISA, writing, “IT WAS ILLEGALLY USED AGAINST ME, AND MANY OTHERS. THEY SPIED ON MY CAMPAIGN!!!”

The Biden administration and intelligence community have prioritized the reauthorization of FISA without a warrant requirement, and they are not expected to back down as the battle persists and intensifies.

Breaking: Fani Willis Makes DESPERATE Plea To Court

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has submitted a motion in an attempt to block an appeals court from hearing arguments to disqualify her from former President Donald Trump’s trial on charges of perjury and misconduct. Trump’s lawyers have requested the appeals court to review a decision made by Judge Scott McAfee, which allowed Willis to remain as the overseeing prosecutor despite dismissing Nathan Wade, a prosecutor with whom she had a personal relationship that likely began before he was hired for the case. Trump’s legal team has pointed to a speech made by Willis in January as evidence of her bias in the case, alleging that her partiality goes beyond the hiring of Wade.

“There is simply no trial court error to be found in the decision to deny disqualification,” Willis wrote in a filing on Monday, adding that her speech was “too vague, brief, and limited in scope” to warrant disqualification.

“Days of evidence and testimony failed to disclose anything like a calculated pre-trial plan designed to prejudice the defendants or secure their convictions,” the district attorney added. “The applicants have not identified any public statement injecting the District Attorney’s personal belief as to the defendant’s guilt or appealing to the public weighing of evidence.”

The appeals court must make a decision by May on whether to uphold McAfee’s ruling allowing Willis to continue on the case or to disqualify her due to evidence of malfeasance and bias.

In January, Willis delivered a speech at the Big Bethel AME Church in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. In her speech, she criticized Republicans such as Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), whom she accused of provoking racist attacks against her. Willis rejected the idea that her performance of duties should disqualify her, telling the congregation, “You cannot expect black women to be flawless.”

“Dear God, I do not want to be like those that attacked me. I never want to be a Marjorie Taylor Greene who has never met me, but has allowed her spirit to be filled with hate,” she said at the time. “How does this woman, who has the honor of being a leader in my state, how is it that she has not reached out to me?”

Trump’s legal team, on the other hand, has expressed their bewilderment at the ruling that permits Willis to retain control of the case, stating that it defies all rationality. Numerous legal experts have raised concerns about her remarks, emphasizing the potential implications. According to Atlanta defense attorney Andrew Fleischman, Willis ought not to be making such statements.

“Prosecutors announcing at the outset of a case who they’re indicting, the charges being brought and why is fine, but they should not make public statements that have no legitimate law enforcement purpose, even in the context of a political campaign,” Fleischman said.

“They strengthen arguments for gag orders and disqualification, and they harm the public’s trust that this trial is about holding people accountable for crimes they have committed, rather than as part of an overall political strategy,” Fleischman added.

Law professor Clark Cunninghan also said that Willis’ comments to CNN sounded like “campaign remarks” that “were addressed to an audience of voters for the upcoming primary and general election.”

Fleischman added, “On the other hand, the defense may prefer that she keep talking and may ask to submit clips of her interviews as evidence at trial.”

“I do think that the credibility of the case has taken a terrible hit because of her conduct,” Cunningham said, arguing that the “odor of mendacity” that Judge McAfee wrote in his decision earlier this month remains over the prosecution and “dissipates if she takes a leave.”

Breaking: Senior Editor Exposes Total Corruption At NPR

National Public Radio (NPR) has 87 registered Democrats in editorial positions at its Washington, DC, headquarters, while there are no Republicans in similar roles, according to NPR Senior Editor Uri Berliner. Berliner, who has left-leaning views, criticized NPR’s newsroom in a recent article, highlighting the network’s failure to address what he described as a “diversity problem.”

In a piece for the Free Press, Berliner expressed his disagreement with NPR’s coverage of topics such as the coronavirus “lab leak theory,” Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, Hunter Biden’s laptop, former President Donald Trump, and the 2016 Russia hoax.

“[P]olitics were blotting out the curiosity and independence that ought to have been driving our work,” he explained.

erliner reported:

“So on May 3, 2021, I presented the findings at an all-hands editorial staff meeting. When I suggested we had a diversity problem with a score of 87 Democrats and zero Republicans, the response wasn’t hostile. It was worse. It was met with profound indifference. I got a few messages from surprised, curious colleagues. But the messages were of the “oh wow, that’s weird” variety, as if the lopsided tally was a random anomaly rather than a critical failure of our diversity North Star.

“In a follow-up email exchange, a top NPR news executive told me that she had been “skewered” for bringing up diversity of thought when she arrived at NPR. So, she said, “I want to be careful how we discuss this publicly.”

“For years, I have been persistent. When I believe our coverage has gone off the rails, I have written regular emails to top news leaders, sometimes even having one-on-one sessions with them. On March 10, 2022, I wrote to a top news executive about the numerous times we described the controversial education bill in Florida as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill when it didn’t even use the word gay. I pushed to set the record straight, and wrote another time to ask why we keep using that word that many Hispanics hate—Latinx. On March 31, 2022, I was invited to a managers’ meeting to present my observations.”

NPR’s newsroom has leaned left for years leading up to being exposed. In 2011, he said the network’s “audience tilted a bit to the left” but “still bore a resemblance to America at large.” He described NPR listening as 26 percent conservative, 23 percent “middle of the road,” and 37 percent far-left.

By 2023, there was a shift in the demographics of listeners, with only 11% identifying as conservative, 21% as moderate, and 67% as liberal.

“That wouldn’t be a problem for an openly polemical news outlet serving a niche audience,” he wrote, “but for NPR, which purports to consider all things, it’s devastating both for its journalism and its business model.”

NPR’s financial structure seems to be weakening. The publicly funded entity reduced its staff by ten percent, decreasing from around 1,200 to about 1,050 employees due to insufficient revenue generation, as reported by the organization in 2023. Approximately 11 percent of NPR’s budget was supported by taxpayer funds.

Trump’s Top Attorney REMOVED From Key Case

Alina Habba, an attorney and spokesperson for Trump, has been disqualified from a lawsuit concerning a former high-ranking official at the Trump Organization, as stated in a report released on Tuesday.

Newsweek reported that Habba “has been replaced by her ‘dear friend’ Armen Morian as the attorney representing Allen Weisselberg, a former chief financial officer of the Trump Organization, in an ongoing legal case.”

In addition to Habba, Morian is another long-time legal associate of former President Donald Trump.

On April 7, Weisselberg filed a notice to change attorneys form to Judge Arthur Engoron, who presided over the civil fraud case brought against Donald Trump and some of his associates by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

Habba confirmed that the change in Weisselberg’s representation was mutually agreed upon, stating that they had parted on good terms, and described Morian as “a dear friend.”

Referring to their respective law firms, Habba Madaio & Associates LLP and Morian Law PLLC, the filing stated: “IT IS HEREBY CONSENTED THAT MORIAN Law PLLC, 60 East 42nd Street, Suite 4600, New York, NY 10165, be substituted as counsel of record for Defendant, Allen Weisselberg, in place and stead of Habba Madaio & Associates LLP, 112 West 34th St, 17th & 18th Floors, New York, NY 10120.”

Both Habba and Morian have affixed their signatures to the document. During an interview on Newsmax TV with Rob Schmitt last week, attorney Habba claimed that there is a “coordinated effort” between officials in the Democratic super-majority state and the Biden administration to legally impede the current president’s political opponent.

Furthermore, Habba has alleged that U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland is the “puppeteer” controlling President Biden’s Justice Department. She asserts that the Department is collaborating with the office of Democratic Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to reopen the case against Trump, which was closed five years ago by the federal Southern District Of New York.

“[Garland’s] the puppeteer, effectively, and so is the current president, or resident, as I call him, in the White House. Truly, there is obviously a coordinated effort. There’s no question about that,” Habba told Schmitt.

“Back in the day, this case was looked at, it was investigated, charges were not brought. Indictments were not made because they knew the case was not real,” Habba said. “Then [Trump] ran for office. They bring the charges. If you look at that timeline alone, I wanna know how they’re gonna wipe this story away because it speaks volumes. You didn’t bring the charges. You said there was no story.”

“And then he runs for office, and they bring an indictment on this case,” Habba added. “And that case that’s going forward in April is another disgrace and shows the demise of the state of New York, which I used to love.”

In the meantime, Bragg has designated Matthew Colangelo, a previous high-ranking member of Biden’s Department of Justice, to serve as an assistant district attorney.

“It’s disgusting. Just look at the White House log,” Habba said. “If anybody wants to tell me something’s not coordinated, explain to me why a state official, who is supposed to be elected by their state and work for their state constituents, is now working with the White House administration.

“It makes no sense,” she added.

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Breaking: Fani Willis’ Embarrassing Screw-Up Wrecks Entire Case

CNN’s resident legal expert, Elie Honig, criticized Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and her team of prosecutors for their sloppy work, resulting in the dismissal of six charges against former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants by Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee. Honig described Willis’ mistakes as a major embarrassment and attributed McAfee’s ruling to her incompetence. Although he acknowledged that the case is still ongoing, the dismissal of these charges is undoubtedly a setback.

Willis’ case against Trump, accusing him of conspiring to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia, has faced numerous setbacks. Earlier this year, allegations surfaced regarding an inappropriate relationship between Willis and Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade, whom she had hired to work on the case.

The potential conflict of interest surrounding their relationship cast doubt on the integrity of the case and led to a highly dramatic evidentiary hearing. During the hearing, Willis denied the allegations while testifying as a witness. Furthermore, other legal experts suspect that both Willis and Wade may have committed perjury by falsely claiming that their relationship began after Wade was hired. Witnesses and evidence suggest that their relationship likely started much earlier.

During an interview with CNN anchor Jim Acosta, Honig characterized these mistakes as yet another example of Willis’ incompetence and added them to the list of previous errors she has made in the case.

“I don’t think this ruling changes the type of evidence that the DA’s going to be able to introduce, but it does knock out some of the charges, and look, it’s embarrassing for prosecutors,” he said. “It’s a screw-up by prosecutors when you bring a charge, and then a judge throws it out before it even goes to trial.”

He went on to criticize Willis’ behavior during the prosecution.

“There have been several screw-ups, frankly, by the DA throughout the history of this case,” he said. “Going back to the investigative phase, the DA got herself disqualified from a small piece of the case because she created a political conflict of interest.”

“The judge who was overseeing the grand jury removed Fani Willis from the case. We’ve seen Fani Willis make public statements in the church and elsewhere that have now been called into question that I think violate the ethics of prosecutorial rules, and now we’ve seen six of the charges thrown out of the case,” Honig continued.

“And unlike the conflict of interest issue, this does go to the charges against the defendant. This does go to the indictment itself,” he added before saying that the dismissal of the charges by McAfee is another “setback.”

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Watch: Trump’s Eclipse Video Goes VIRAL

Prior to the much-awaited eclipse, a video was shared by ex-President Donald Trump on Sunday. The eclipse is set to commence on Monday, starting from Texas and moving towards the Atlantic Coast in the U.S. The video features an initial shot of what seems to be the sun, accompanied by Richard Strauss’s “Also Sprach Zarathustra” playing in the background, famously recognized from the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.

The words “THE MOST IMPORTANT MOMENT IN HUMAN HISTORY” slowly comes on the screen as a montage of individuals wearing solar glasses and staring at the sky, watching an eclipse, flashes on the screen. The chyron continues its sentence with “IS TAKING PLACE IN 2024” over the image of the sun as Trump’s iconic silhouette begins to cover the sun. The video shows another montage of individuals excitedly looking at the eclipse and shouting for joy, with one man saying, “I never thought I’d see this!”

The video ends with the words, “WE WILL SAVE AMERICA AND MAKE IT GREAT AGAIN,” ending with “TRUMP 2024.”

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Shock Video: Liberal Protesters Openly Chant “De*th To America”

During an International Al-Quds Day rally in Dearborn, Michigan, anti-Israel protesters concluded Ramadan by passionately chanting slogans such as “Death to America” and “Death to Israel.” The protest gained significant attention after a video of the event went viral on social media platforms. Activist Tarek Bazzi from the Hadi Institute justified the use of these strong chants, stating that they were a logical expression of their grievances towards both America and Israel.

“Why are our protests on the International Day of Al-Quds, why are they so anti-America?” he asked. “Why don’t we just focus more on Israel and not talk so much about America? Gaza has shown the entire world why these protests are so anti-America. Because it’s the United States government that provides the funds for all the atrocities that we just heard about.”

“Imam Khomeini, who declared the International Al-Quds Day, this is why he would say to pour all of your chants and all of your shouts upon the head of America,” he later added.

Bazzi proceeded to cite the words of Malcolm X, who characterized the United States as “one of the most corrupt nations to have ever graced this planet.” Bazzi advocated for the complete eradication of the American system, labeling President Joe Biden as “Genocide Joe.”

“It’s not just Genocide Joe that has to go,” Bazzi said. “It is the entire system that has to go. Any system that would allow such atrocities and such devilry to happen and would support it – such a system does not deserve to exist on God’s Earth.”

Steven Stalinsky, the head of the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), informed Fox News that the Dearborn demonstrations have been occurring for more than two decades and have evolved into a center of hostility.

“You can see rallies and sermons in support for Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran,” Stalinsky said.

“I am not saying that everyone in Dearborn is a terrorist, but there is a large amount of support for jihadi groups there,” he added.

Breaking: Anti-Trump Prosecutor’s Office Hit With DEVASTATING News

It was reported last week that Assistant Attorney General Stacey Hamilton could potentially be charged with third-degree criminal tampering for allegedly damaging a neighbor’s car by throwing an unidentified liquid on it in November. Despite the case being handled by an independent special prosecutor, Hamilton’s lawyer has accused Albany County District Attorney David Soares’ office of unfair treatment.

The office of New York Attorney General Letitia James has garnered national attention in recent years for its investigation into former President Donald Trump’s alleged misconduct, resulting in a successful business fraud lawsuit against him. The judgment initially amounted to over $464 million, but has since been reduced to $175 million.

“However, the purported charge against Hamilton is entirely unrelated to Trump, instead involving an alleged dispute or incident between the assistant attorney general and her neighbor,” Newsweek reported.

“Hamilton, who has worked for multiple state government agencies in the Empire State, denied to The Times Union that she had been charged with any crime, purportedly telling the paper’s reporter over the phone that they ‘really need to actually do some investigating,’” the outlet added.

The Times Union reported that court documents revealed Hamilton allegedly poured “unidentified liquids” on a neighbor’s vehicle on November 16, resulting in the neighbor filing a vandalism report with the police due to the damage caused to the car’s paint.

As per Hamilton’s lawyer, Kevin Gagan, the car owner’s girlfriend reportedly physically attacked the assistant attorney general on the same night as the alleged vandalism incident. The girlfriend is said to be facing a misdemeanor assault charge.

Gagan alleged that the vandalism complaint was concocted in order to have [Hamilton] detained and to attract media attention in order to humiliate her into withdrawing the criminal charges against the girlfriend of the individual involved—that is the crux of the matter.

He contend that Soares’ office was “pulling the strings behind this” due to “maybe some personal animosity between” a former coworker working in the office.

The office has no part in Hamilton’s alleged prosecution and informed the newspaper that there is “absolutely no truth to claims of behind-the-scenes manipulation by any member of our office.”

Hamilton also mentioned, “You clearly require some investigation and some update in your knowledge” because the document did not mean she was “charged with something.”

“It’s a piece of paper. Do you understand what words mean?” Hamilton said. “I understand what’s written on a piece of paper… If you do anything else with false information other than asserting it to me on the phone, you better be real careful.”

Reports indicate that the assistant attorney general, Hamilton, was scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday to address vandalism charges. Nevertheless, Judge John Reilly of City Court has rescheduled the hearing for April 17. If found guilty of third-degree criminal tampering, she may potentially be sentenced to a maximum of 90 days in jail.