Dominion sues Newsmax, One America over U.S. election fraud claims | Reuters

Aug 10 (Reuters) – Dominion Voting Systems Corp on Tuesday sued two conservative media networks, One America News Network and Newsmax Media Inc, saying they defamed the U.S. voting machine company by spreading false claims that it rigged the 2020 election against then-U.S. President Donald Trump. Dominion also filed a lawsuit making similar allegations against…Read More

Three Nigerians Nabbed in US Over Employment Insurance Scam; ‘The suspects, identified as Quazeem Owolabi Adeyinka, Ayodeji Jonathan Sangode and Olamide Yusuf Bakare, were picked up last week at the end of a covert investigation’ – Security Monitor

IN what now appears to be a syndicate of Nigerian unemployment fraudsters, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), in collaboration with other law enforcement agencies in the United States, has arrested three Nigerian nationals for allegedly stealing over $2.6 million in bogus unemployment insurance claims. The suspects, identified as Quazeem Owolabi Adeyinka, Ayodeji Jonathan Sangode…Read More

Ed Litton, Southern Baptists’ ‘Moderate’ Choice to Hush Anti-CRT Fight, Caught in Plagiarism Scandal

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the largest Protestant Christian church denomination in the United States, may pay a great price for its hesitance to address the spread of critical race theory even among conservative evangelicals. In June, the SBC met for its annual convention, the largest deliberative body in the world. Turnout was high, with…Read More

‘She’s Only … The Fall Person’: Stephen Miller Says Replacing Kamala Harris Won’t End ‘Drugs, Disease, Crime’ At The Border | The Daily Caller

Former senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller said Sunday that he believes Vice President Kamala Harris should be replaced as the border czar but that it won’t make any difference to the “drugs, disease [and] crime” at the border. WATCH: “I completely agree the vice president should be replaced but ultimately she’s only being used as…Read More

Reduction in police staffing and how it coincides with crime rates

Seattle mayoral candidate Lance Randall on Thursday raised concern over the lack of support for police officers in the city after almost getting shot while in his bedroom (edited for brevity): “We do have a manpower problem. We’ve lost a lot of police officers and it is having a profound effect on public safety…” A reporter for a national…Read More

Murders are up. Crime is not. What’s going on? – Vox

Last year, the US saw the biggest increase in the murder rate in decades. The estimated total number of homicides rose to levels not seen since the late 1990s, even as the overall crime rate declined. So far, the spike has continued into 2021: Murders are up nearly 15 percent so far this year compared…Read More

CBS News analysis: What drives Republican and Trump voters’ belief in widespread voter fraud? – CBS News

Most Americans don’t think there was widespread fraud in 2020, but ever since Joe Biden won, most Republicans say there was. This is connected to the push for further voting restrictions in some states, where making voting easier is seen as giving Democrats an advantage.  A closer look at why some still endorse the fraud claim…Read More

Gathering storm: Firm behind diploma, degree scam springs back into business

KARACHI: One of the most shocking fake degree scandals that tarnished Pakistan’s image abroad and shook the confidence of aspiring students some years ago, has rebounded into a multi-million dollar business of diploma scams. The same building that previously housed the IT company has been renamed and is now employing TCurve Website to cheat students…Read More

Letter To President Trump From Former US Attorney McSwain Accusing Bill Barr Of Blocking Him From Investigating Voter Fraud In PA Is Released

On June 22, 2020, U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr appeared on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” where he discussed mail-in-voting being by  Democrats. Barr told the Fox Business News host that the mail-in-ballots “absolutely opens the floodgates to fraud.” Only one year later, Attorney General Bill Barr shocked the nation when he attempted to persuade…Read More

Mexican Government Sues U.S. Gun Makers over Cartel Crime

The government of Mexico is suing six U.S. gun makers and one Boston-area wholesaler, claiming “massive damage” created by “unlawful trafficking” of firearms to cartel and criminal elements. The Mexican Government’s suit opens with trafficking claims and naming the six manufacturers and the wholesaler: Plaintiff Estados Unidos Mexicanos (the “Government”), a sovereign nation, brings this…Read More