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Are You Ready To See Arrests?

Detention centers prepped! Monitor the funding. Arrests made! Mainstream media getting louder! More from And We Know.




The New York Times reporting on an alleged “conspiracy theory” is proven fact in under 24 hours. Instead, the Times is proven to be a failure and humiliated as it tried to bury news of Konnech CEO Eugene Yu, now arrested on charges involving data theft. More from RedPill78.




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Unfounded Conspiracy Theories?

The ACLJ team of Jay and Jordan Sekulow dissect The New York Times‘ recent attack on conservatives for what they deemed “unfounded conspiracy theories” regarding the IRS.

Almost as if commissioned by the Biden Administration, The Times was clearly trying to paint conservatives in a paranoid, unhinged light. ACLJ brings more analysis, plus breaks down the direction of the Biden DOJ and IRS.




NY Times Rips Into Tucker

The New York Times launched a hit piece on Tucker Carlson after the Fox News host roasted failing CNN+ and other media outlets, claiming his show promotes loathing and fear. Mr. Obvious digs into the details and also reports on how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets owned on Twitter after doubling down against Elon Musk.




Scientific Journalism Is Dead

Jamie Dlux returns to his investigation of AIDs with a look at the late investigatory journalist Liam Scheff. He reported on the abuse and deaths of children who were used as human guinea pigs in the clinical testing of AIDs drugs. Most of these kids were being shuttled around in the foster care system.

Because of his criticism aimed at Big Pharma, he was skewered by The New York Times. He later said, “I learned what a lying prostitute whore is by being interviewed by The New York Times.”




White Hats Pull A Fast One

Did the White Hats just detonate a time bomb in the Hunter Biden laptop debacle? Truth and Art TV’s Bernie Suarez thinks so.

He says this goes beyond The New York Times admission that the laptop is authentic, which, of course, was plain as day for anyone familiar with the case. Says Suarez, “First of all people, you do realize that this one laptop could be a bigger bomb than than Durham himself.” Or, he adds, will this spark special counsel John Durham to elevate his probe into the Bidens? Think timing. Here are the details from Suarez, who also adds analysis of the Ukraine crisis.




CDC Admits Withholding Data

The CDC admitted it withheld critical data on vaccines for fears the public would deem the jabs ineffective.  One America News’ Pearson Sharp says The New York Times, of all places, is reporting that the CDC has released only a small fraction of the mountains of data it has collected, including how boosters shots affect our youth. Here’s more from OAN.




Dissecting The Knockout Game

Author Colin Flaherty takes a comprehensive look at the “knockout game,” the violence perpetuated by African American mob teen gangs that the mainstream media is writing off as fake news.

Flaherty, author of Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry and White Girl Bleed A Lot, says there’s a mountain of video evidence of racial violence, knockout-game race riots, community dysfunction and destruction of property in our neighborhoods. “The knockout game is a black thing,” Flaherty says. “No. 2, the knockout game is a game. It’s about violence. It’s about the joy they take in inflicting this violence.”

While Flaherty garnered kudos from conservatives, the liberal mainstream media far outweighed them with their denials, completely ignoring the witnesses, the videos and police reports. The New York Times bluntly calls it an “urban myth,” the Huffington Post wrote it was a “fabricated trend” and the Chicago Tribune said, “The knockout game is wildly exaggerated.” Here’s the rest of the story from Flaherty, with graphic eyewitness accounts from victims, courtesy of Undeniable Truth.




FBI Raids Project Veritas

The FBI and Southern District of New York raided the homes of journalists employed by Project Veritas. Says Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, “It appears the Southern District of New York has journalists in their sights for the supposed ‘crime’ of doing their jobs lawfully and honestly, or at least this journalist.”

O’Keefe says the cover letter to the grand jury requested that Project Veritas refrain from disclosing the existence of a subpoena. But strangely, says O’Keefe, within an hour after the home of one of the journalists was raided, The New York Times called the reporter to ask for comment. Here’s the rest of the story from O’Keeffe.




The Media Is Gaslighting You

Bari Weiss, a former editor at The New York Times, once wrote that despite the mainstream media’s attempt to gaslight millions of politically independent Americans, they know the narrative to be untrue and feel the world has gone mad.

In an interview with CNN’s Brian Stelter, she says the problem lies with mainstream institutions, such as the media, who engage in a form of internal censorship. “It would be delusional to claim otherwise, that touching your finger to an increasing number of subjects that have been deemed third rail by the mainstream institutions and, increasingly by some of the tech companies, would lead to reputational damage.”

Kari Lake, former TV news journalist in Phoenix, tells PragerU she sees the problem as manipulation by the media, whether intentional or not. She adds it’s gotten to the point where the media now labels fair journalism “right wing.” Here’s more of the story from PragerU.




Are Fathers Necessary?

Are fathers necessary? For all of recorded history, the need to explain why fathers are necessary would have been regarded as, well, unnecessary. “It would have been like explaining why water, or air, is necessary,” says Dennis Prager. “But we live at a time in which the obvious is routinely denied.”

He says there have been numerous articles in prestigious journals denying the importance of fathers. But this is not only inappropriate today, it’s also concerning and dangerous. Prager explains in this segment of PragerU.

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