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Adam Schiff Caught Leaking Classified Information from House Committee in Effort to Damage President Trump
Democrat Adam Schiff leaked sensitive and classified House Committee materials in his obsession to politically damage President Trump. In an exclusive report, The Gateway Pundit provides the evidence below. On July 12, 2018, Democrat Representative Adam Schiff sent John Szobocsan a letter on official letterhead requesting that Mr. Szobocsan participate in an interview in front of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI): Mr. Szobocsan ...
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Women’s March on Washington: Pro-abort Billionaire George Soros Gave Nearly $90 Million to Feminist anti-Trump Protest Groups
Liberal women’s events around the country were backed by more than 50 groups which in turn were supported by former Nazi and now current Democrat financier George Soros. Previous anti-pro-life efforts include Soros funding a three-year campaign to abolish pro-life laws around the world, particularly in Ireland. The march was led by the following four co-chairs: Tamika D. Mallory, whose bio says she “has worked closely with the Obama ...
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Citizens United v. FEC: Big Money Politics Gets Even Bigger Green Light
What’s it all about? In a nutshell, the 5-4 Citizens United decision allowed corporations (including certain nonprofit corporations) and labor unions to expand their role in political campaigns. The case did not affect contributions to a candidate’s actual campaign. It is still illegal for companies and labor unions to give money directly to candidates for federal office. What changed: many outside, non-candidate organizations could now raise and spend ...
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The Conspiracy to Get Neurotoxic Aspartame FDA Approved: The Bitter Truth is Not So Sweet!
The day after Ronald Reagan’s inauguration, Searle Chairman Donald Rumsfeld took the steps to re-apply aspartame’s approval for use by the FDA. New FDA commissioner Arthur Hayes Hull, Jr., appointed a 5-person Scientific Commission to review the board of inquiry’s decision to ban Aspartame. It did not take long for the panel to decide 3-2 in favor of maintaining the ban of aspartame. Hull then decided to appoint ...
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Dr. L. Parry Writing in the British Medical Journal asks: "How is it that smallpox is five times as likely to be fatal in the vaccinated as in the unvaccinated?"
Writing in the British Medical Journal (Jan. 21, 1928 p.116), Dr. L. Parry questioned the vaccination statistics, which revealed a higher death rate amongst the vaccinated than the unvaccinated, and asked the questions: How is it that smallpox is five times as likely to be fatal in the vaccinated as in the unvaccinated? ...
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Thomas Jefferson: "I have given up newspapers in exchange for Tacitus and Thucydides, for Newton and Euclid; and I find myself much the happier."
Thomas Jefferson said the following in a Letter to John Adams, dated January 21, 1812: "I have given up newspapers in exchange for Tacitus and Thucydides, for Newton and Euclid; and I find myself much the happier." ...
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The Legend of Reverend John Peter Gabriel Muhlenburg: Reverend to General
Toward the end of 1775, Muhlenberg was authorized to raise and command as its colonel the 8th Virginia Regiment of the Continental Army. After George Washington personally asked him to accept this task, he agreed. However, his brother Fredrick Augustus Muhlenberg, who was also a minister, did not approve of him going into the army until the British burned down his own church in front of ...
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