Trump Urges GOP To Block Funding For Release And Resettlement Of Illegal Immigrants

During a rally in Iowa as reported by FoxNews on September 21, former President Donald Trump issued a strong call to action, urging congressional Republicans to take a decisive step to restrict the use of taxpayer funds for the release or resettlement of illegal aliens into the United States, effective September 30. President Trump's statement reflects his ongoing concerns about immigration policies under the Biden administration and signals his desire to see more stringent measures put in place to address the issue. He has been vocal in his criticism of the handling of immigration at the southern border and has called for stronger border security and immigration enforcement. The September 30 deadline mentioned in Trump's statement appears to be a proposed date by which he believes congressional Republicans should act to restrict funding for the release and resettlement of undocumented immigrants. This date could serve as a point of discussion and negotiation within the Republican Party as it considers its legislative priorities. The issue of immigration has been a divisive and complex one in American politics, with differing opinions on how to address the challenges posed by illegal border crossings, asylum claims, and immigration enforcement. Trump's call to restrict taxpayer dollars for this purpose aligns with his "America First" approach, which emphasizes border security and prioritizing the interests of American citizens. It's important to note that immigration policy is a multifaceted issue, and any proposed changes would have far-reaching consequences. Restricting funding for the release and resettlement of undocumented immigrants could impact the processing of asylum claims, detention facilities, and the overall immigration enforcement process. Trump's call to action also underscores the ongoing debate within the Republican Party about its stance on immigration. While some Republicans support stricter border security and immigration enforcement measures, others advocate for a more compassionate approach, particularly when it comes to addressing the situation of undocumented immigrants already in the country. As the 2022 midterm elections approach and discussions about immigration reform continue, Trump's statement is likely to add fuel to the political discourse surrounding immigration policy. Congressional Republicans will need to consider the potential implications of any actions taken in response to the former president's call and weigh the various perspectives within their party. Overall, Trump's statement highlights his continued influence within the Republican Party and his determination to shape the party's priorities and policies, particularly on issues as contentious as immigration. The response to his call for restricting taxpayer funds for the release and resettlement of undocumented immigrants will be closely watched as it unfolds in the political arena.

James O’Keefe Interviews Vivek Ramaswamy on Soros Ties & Secret Democrat Allegations~HOW TRUMP ADMINISTRATION FUNDED BLACK ROCK WITH $172 BILLION TO ADMINISTER COVID-19

In an exclusive sit-down, James O'Keefe of O'Keefe Media Group interviews presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy. O'Keefe questions Ramaswamy on his alleged connections to George Soros and explores public concerns that he may be a secret Democrat. Ramaswamy acknowledges facing inquiries he's never heard before, as the conversation dives into his Wall Street past and his views on stakeholder vs. stockholder capitalism. Don't miss this revealing and thought-provoking interview.

Ivanka Trump Feeds Maui Families Displaced By Devastating Wildfires

Ivanka Trump Feeds Maui Families Displaced By Devastating Wildfires

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 24: Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump speaks onstage during the 2018 Concordia Annual Summit - Day 1 at Grand Hyatt New York on September 24, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Riccardo Savi/Getty Images for Concordia Summit)
(Photo by Riccardo Savi/Getty Images for Concordia Summit)

OAN’s James Meyers
4:45 PM – Monday, September 18, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

Ivanka Trump, daughter of former President Donald Trump, made a trip to Hawaii to help those who are still suffering from the tragic wildfires that took place last month.

CityServe teaming w/No Child Hungry & Calvary Chapel Church Maui (DailyMail fails to mention the Christian church) gets a surprise volunteer helper for Maui survivors (& others struggling in Biden's economy?), Ivanka Trump, w/a name tag saying only 'Iva.'

The former first daughter was on a charity mission with CityServe International, which included serving over 250,000 prepared meals to displaced families who are struggling to get back on track after the biggest wildfires in American history.

Additionally, Ivanka visited a Lahaina church that was being utilized as a temporary food bank and was able to talk to locals who now are trying to start their lives over.

“Her humble presence lifted spirits and reminded the people of Lahaina that they are not forgotten,” CityServe said in a statement.

“Amid the tears being shed, there are tangible signs of hope and love, and with the arrival of meals and supplies, our partners and team joined Ivanka in lifting boxes of supplies, comforting survivors and sharing meals to those who have lost everything,” the organization continued.

According to CityServe, Ivanka Trump distributed food, water, local produce, gift cards, and other essential supplies for those in need.

Furthermore, the charity is also providing gas cards and air filters to locals, which comes after residents were advised by officials to not drink the water in the area.

According to the group, a cargo plane filled with over $1 million worth of supplies will come to the Aloha State. The cargo haul will be filled with electric scooters, e-bikes, toys, dry foods, and small appliances “because of Ivanka’s connection”, the group said.

Currently, the damage across the island accounted for over 2,000 acres being burned. The death toll stands at 97 and 66 people remain missing. There are also an estimated 2,200 damaged or destroyed structures. 

According to experts, the cleanup will take several months and is predicted to cost almost $5.5 million. 

The former first daughter has reportedly left politics and decided to focus on charity work while raising her three children with her husband Jared Kushner.

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Trump’s Shocking Answer to ‘Can a Man Become a Woman?’~What Happens when a Presidential Candidate still has no biblical faith

Trump’s Shocking Answer to 'Can a Man Become a Woman?'
AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty
I have to admit, I was shocked when I first saw this clip.

There’s been a lot of talk about Trump’s recent interview on SiriusXM’s “The Megyn Kelly Show,” but his answer to what may have been one of the most important questions was so horrifying awful, I can’t even wrap my head around it.

During the interview, Megyn Kelly asked Trump a very simple question: “Can a man become a woman?”

Easy, right? The answer is “No, absolutely not.” It’s not complex or complicated. There’s no room for nuance, different points of view, or interpretation. A man cannot become a woman. A woman cannot become a man. There’s no gender spectrum, nor are there more than two genders.

Yet, in response to the easy question, Trump first replied with an “Ummmmmm,” then a chuckle, before saying, “In my opinion, you have a man, you have a woman. I think part of it is birth. Can the man give birth? No, although they’ll come up with some answer to that also someday. I heard just the other day they have a way that now the man can give birth. No, I would say I’ll continue my stance on that.”

Related: Money Powers the Transgender Movement, Not Science, Health, or Identity

What kind of an answer is that? Look, the sad reality is that there is no middle ground on this issue. Trump may be strongly against the mutilation of children by the transgender cult, but it feels like Trump is trying to have it both ways on this transgender nonsense, and you just can’t.

Sure, he banned transgender people in the military and is against giving children puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones and such, but at the root of this issue isn’t merely whether or not a kid has the mental capacity to consent to transitioning, whether biological men should be able to play in women’s sports, or whether someone on hormones should be in the military. The root of this issue is the fundamental and basic question of whether a man can become a woman or vice versa. And if you even give the slightest hint that maybe “someday” it might be possible, then you legitimatize the transgender movement and the entire industry behind it. To make matters worse, Trump also referred to Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner by feminine pronouns.

Related: Megyn Kelly Has an Epiphany on ‘Preferred Pronouns’

It’s a horrifyingly disappointing answer from Trump. You can watch the entire portion of the interview on the subject of gender here:

Jan. 6 Defendant: ‘They Want You Scared’

Jan. 6 Defendant: ‘They Want You Scared’
Cliff Grassmick/Daily Camera via AP
The left has to have scapegoats to prop up its sagging Jan. 6 “insurrection” narrative, and so Joe Biggs of the Proud Boys has just been given seventeen years in prison for his actions on that fateful day, which involved nothing more than tearing down a fence. If one guy removing a single barrier can bring the government of a superpower perilously close to being overthrown, we’re in bigger trouble than we thought. Biggs would be the first to tell you that we are, but not in the way that the leftist elites want us to think.

The Post Millennial reported Wednesday that Biggs explained the objective behind his sentence, which Judge Timothy Kelly made harsher because of the circumstances: the fence he tore down “separated law enforcement personnel from the protesters … on Capitol grounds that day,” and so Kelly “ruled that Biggs was subject to heavier sentencing consequences for domestic terrorism.”

This is ridiculous on its face. 9/11 — that was terrorism. The Fort Hood jihad massacre — that was terrorism. The Boston Marathon bombing? Terrorism. Some people getting let into the Capitol and snapping some selfies? Not terrorism.

According to Biggs, the agenda behind the left’s fabricated Jan. 6 hysteria is not just to destroy Trump and sideline him for 2024, but something far more sweeping and insidious.

“They want you scared,” Biggs said, referring to ordinary law-abiding American citizens who oppose the Biden regime and everything it stands for. Biggs told Alex Jones “that the case against him and others involved in the Jan. 6 riot was politically motivated.” When he was convicted, Biggs said, “My heart hurt.” He explained, “They want to send a message to Americans that if you go to these events, if you are part of a political group, they’re going to throw you in prison for a long time.”

It makes sense. The Biden regime has given numerous indications of its taste for authoritarianism: its ill-fated Disinformation Governance Board, which would label some speech as “disinformation” (as was originally done with Hunter Biden’s laptop); its collaboration with Big Tech to silence and deplatform Americans who objected to its COVID propaganda; its determination to find something — anything — to hang on Trump to prevent him from running again in 2024, instead of just persuading enough Americans to vote for them; and more.

Authoritarian regimes use terror to remain in power. In the Gulag Archipelago, Alexander Solzhenitsyn explains that sometimes Stalin’s police would arrest and imprison people who were perfectly innocent, and it was no mistake: the Communist authorities wanted to terrorize the population into submission, making people think that they had to be extra careful to do everything that those authorities required, or else they might be the next ones to be arrested.

In the same way, Biggs says, “They don’t want you to go out and vote, they want people scared before it’s time to vote, and that’s why all this heat’s happening right now.” He points out that the sentences he and other Proud Boys have received are absurd and unjust, for “he and other members of the Proud Boys had ‘no plans’ to breach the U.S. Capitol on January 6 despite being charged with seditious conspiracy, which investigators could not formally determine with evidence.” Biggs added that Judge Kelly’s decision to treat his “shaking offense,” that is, shaking and knocking down the fence, as “terrorism” was “ridiculous,” and it most certainly was.

Related: Here’s Proof That Trump’s Trials Are Election Interference

“We went there that day with no plan, with nothing,” Biggs added. “We were there like every other American, but because we’re a political group… They’re going to put us in chains.” Indeed. If Biggs had been a member of Antifa or of whatever intelligence agency Ray Epps works for, he would be getting puff pieces in the New York Times instead of seventeen years in the slammer.

“There was no intelligence of a plan,” he maintains. “Not one of the rats that came forward said that there was a plan. Everyone said that there was zero plan of anything happening that day by us, and yet they got us for conspiracy to plan this. They said we had this meeting of the minds without ever actually saying anything, and it happened on the fly at the first breach. So apparently we all had this telekinesis power.”

This is not justice. This is not even any semblance of justice. This is naked terror. And its target is the American people. We are supposed to see what happened to Joe Biggs and be too frightened to continue to dissent. Instead, we should, and must, speak out all the more loudly.

Vice President Kamala Harris Says She Can Fill Presidential Position And That Trump Should Be Accountable for Jan. 6

Kamala Says She Can Fill Presidential Position And That Trump Should Be Accountable for Jan. 6

US Vice President Kamala Harris attends the 11th ASEAN-US Summit as part of the 43rd ASEAN Summit in Jakarta on September 6, 2023. (Photo by YASUYOSHI CHIBA/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

OAN’s Brooke Mallory
11:55 AM – Wednesday, September 6, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

In light of President Biden’s deteriorating health and advanced age, Vice President Kamala Harris stated in an interview on Wednesday that she was prepared to carry out her constitutional responsibility to take over as president in any event where Biden would not be able to continue fulfilling his position.

Biden, who is 80 and will turn 81 in November, is still the oldest president to have ever led the United States.

If Democrats win the election again in 2024 and Biden is sworn in as president for a second time, he will be 86 at the very end of his term. Harris said it was “hypothetical” that she may take office as America’s new president, but also insisted that she was fully prepared if that occasion were to arise.

“Joe Biden is going to be fine, so that is not going to come to fruition,” Harris told The Associated Press in Indonesia, where she was attending a regional summit. “But let us also understand that every vice president, every vice president, understands that when they take the oath they must be very clear about the responsibility they may have to take over the job of being president.”

“I’m no different,” she added.

Despite the fact that the majority of people believe Biden is too old for government, including many Democrats who answered related polls, the vice president still rejected concerns about his age.

According to a recent AP/NORC survey, 69% of Democrats and 77% of Americans believe that Biden is too senile to serve a second term.

Republicans running for president have consistently made the case that voting for Biden would actually mean voting for Harris, including former South Carolina governor and GOP hopeful Nikki Haley.

“I see him every day,” Harris said, speaking of Biden. “A substantial amount of time we spend together is in the Oval Office, where I see how his ability to understand issues and weave through complex issues in a way that no one else can to make smart and important decisions on behalf of the American people have played out.”

“And so I will say to you that I think the American people ultimately want to know that their president delivers. And Joe Biden delivers,” she added.

In the past, Harris entered the 2020 presidential race but rapidly lost interest after the Democratic primary debates.

She eventually withdrew from the race in December and won less support from committed delegates than rivals Michael Bloomberg, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, and Tulsi Gabbard.

After suggesting that former President Trump should be held completely accountable for the protests at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2021, and his alleged attempts to rescind the results of the 2020 presidential election, Harris also highlighted her previous experience as a prosecutor.

From 2004 to 2011, Harris was the district attorney for San Francisco, and from 2011 to 2017, she was the attorney general of California.

“Let the evidence, the facts, take it where it may,” Harris said during the interview on Wednesday. “I spent the majority of my career as a prosecutor. I believe that people should be held accountable under the law. And when they break the law, there should be accountability.”

Trump, the current front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, is being accused of trying to rig the 2020 election in Georgia, which is one of four federal charges against him.

Both Biden and Harris have already claimed that Trump is a threat to American democracy, with the 2024 presidential election cycle already underway and the likelihood that he will be the Republican nominee.

“Democracies are very fragile,” Harris said. “They will only be as strong as our willingness to fight for it.”

Harris attended the recent summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on behalf of the U.S. since Biden decided to not attend.

“We as Americans, I believe, have a very significant interest, both in terms of our security but also our prosperity, today and in the future, in developing and strengthening these relationships,” she said.

Harris’ popularity has remained very low during her time serving as vice president, and according to an NBC News survey, she earned the lowest rating of any vice president ever.

Among registered voters, just 32% had a favorable opinion of Harris, compared to 49% who had an unfavorable opinion and 39% who had a “very negative view.”

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Biden Attacks Trump’s Record During Labor Day Speech

Biden Attacks Trump’s Record During Labor Day Speech

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - SEPTEMBER 4: U.S. President Joe Biden addresses union workers at Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 on September 4, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During his speech, President Biden talked about his record on job creation and support for labor unions. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
U.S. President Joe Biden addresses union workers at Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 on September 4, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)

OAN’s Taylor Tinsley
1:43 PM – Monday, September 4, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

President Biden went after former President Trump while touting his own accomplishments during the annual tri-state Labor Day parade in Philadelphia.

On Monday, Biden said this year they’re celebrating paying jobs and unions. He sought to take credit for creating 13.5 million jobs since he stepped into the Oval Office.

“You wouldn’t know from all the negative news you hear,” Biden said. “What we’re getting through is one of the greatest job creation periods in American history. For real, that’s a fact.”

Biden then took aim at his predecessor, linking Donald Trump to 31st President Herbert Hoover, who held office during the onset of the Great Depression.

“He was one of two Presidents who left office with fewer jobs in America than when he got elected,” he continued. “By the way you know who the other one was? Herbert Hoover. Ain’t that kind of coincidental.”

Biden claimed all of the jobs lost during the pandemic have recovered, and that employment and inflation is down.

Meanwhile, according to a June report from the House Budget Committee, nearly 72% of all job gains since Biden’s 2021 inauguration were not new job creation, but simply jobs that were being recovered from the coronavirus pandemic.

“When the last guy was here we were shipping jobs to China, now we’re bringing jobs home from China,” Biden said. “When the last guy was here your pensions were at risk, we helped save millions of pensions with your help.”

The president touted Bidenomics as a “blue-collar blueprint for America” and denigrated Trump’s infrastructure efforts.

“Can you believe we used to have the best infrastructure in the world?” Biden said. “And then we fell to number 13 in the world… the United States of America 13th in the world, but guess what? Guess what? The great real estate builder, the last guy, he didn’t build a damn thing.”

Biden said that for Trump, Infrastructure Week became a punchline, but for him, it’s a headline.

The Democrat’s claims did not go unnoticed by Trump’s campaign.

“President Trump produced a booming economic recovery, and record low unemployment for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans and women,” Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung said. “Joe Biden is the destroyer of America’s jobs and continues to fuel runaway inflation with reckless big government spending. President Trump’s vision for America’s economic revival is lower taxes, bigger paychecks and more jobs for American workers.”

Voters have shown concern over the 80-year-old president’s age after a recent poll from the Associated Press showed 77% of respondents saying Biden is too old to serve. 

The president said on Monday, the only thing that comes with age is a little bit of wisdom. 

Biden’s claims come as the 2024 presidential campaign could end up being a referendum on how Americans feel about his ability to serve a second term, as well as his handling of the economy. 

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Attorneys Blast Left’s Newest Plot to Remove Pres. Trump From Ballot

Attorneys Blast Left’s Newest Plot to Remove Pres. Trump From Ballot

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA - NOVEMBER 15: Former U.S. President Donald Trump leaves the stage after speaking during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home on November 15, 2022 in Palm Beach, Florida. Trump announced that he was seeking another term in office and officially launched his 2024 presidential campaign. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Former U.S. President Donald Trump leaves the stage after speaking during an event at his Mar-a-Lago home on November 15, 2022, in Palm Beach, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

OAN’s Daniel Baldwin
8:00 AM – Friday, September 1, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

As 45th President Donald Trump continues to dominate the Republican primary, liberal groups have explored invoking a section of the 14th Amendment to possibly bar Trump from running for office in certain states.

“It’s an absolutely insane theory,” said constitutional attorney Jesse Binnall.

They claim Section 3 of the 14th Amendment reads: “No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any state, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any state legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any state, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.”

“On January 6th, 2021, Donald Trump encouraged people to peacefully and patriotically make their voices heard,” Binnall told One America News. “That is not an insurrection. That is not giving aid or comfort to the enemy. You know what is giving aid and comfort to the enemy? Engaging in business with either our enemies or other corrupt countries such as Ukraine — what the Bidens have done.”

“So under this theory, Secretary of States shouldn’t remove Donald Trump from the ballot,” Binnall continued. “They should remove Joe Biden from the ballot, but nobody’s saying that.”

Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes addressed this possible issue in an interview with local outlets.

“Now, the Arizona Supreme Court said that because there’s no statutory process in federal law to enforce Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, you can’t enforce it,” Fontes said on “The Gaggle” podcast by The Arizona Republic and

Binnall emphasized that even talking about this possibility is a slippery slope for both sides.

“It’s absolute insanity to start taking people off the ballot unilaterally,” Binnall said. “Just having bureaucrats pull people off the ballot, which is what these extreme left-wing people want to have happen.”

He claimed that no reading of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment would support removing Trump from the ballot in any state. He specifically highlighted the use of the word “officer” in the text to support Trump.

“If you want to be technical about it, a plain reading of the text of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, the president is not an officer of the United States,” Binnall explained. “The officers of the United States are people who are appointed by the president, not the president himself. They specifically provided four members of Congress, and they therefore excluded the president.”

Some left-wing groups are likely to bring lawsuits regarding this part of the Constitution as election season nears. It could trigger legal chaos that goes as high as the U.S. Supreme Court.

“They don’t want the people to choose the next president,” Binnall said.”

“We must, at the end of this, make sure that this never happens again,” Binnall continued. “And the way that we do that is accountability, criminal accountability, for the people that are doing this to our country.”

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Hurricane Response Reveals Ron DeSantis’ Competence and Leadership and Trump’s Pettiness

Hurricane Response Reveals Ron DeSantis' Competence and Leadership and Trump’s Pettiness
AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) has once again been faced with a natural disaster in his state, and once again, he is crushing it. He didn’t hesitate to leave the campaign trail to take care of business, demonstrating once again what competence and leadership look like. Not only is DeSantis effectively managing the disaster response, but he’s also refusing to let the media politicize the situation.

Of course, that’s not stopping Donald Trump from taking shots at him. Trump is keenly aware that Ron DeSantis is his most formidable challenger. Despite Trump’s substantial lead in the polls, DeSantis has been his favorite target — even more than Joe Biden. With DeSantis off the campaign trail, Trump isn’t pulling any punches, even making an unfounded claim that DeSantis was on the verge of dropping out to run for the U.S. Senate.

Trump, who upstaged the Biden administration in East Palestine, Ohio, earlier this year by bringing supplies and water, hasn’t exactly been terribly concerned about the hurricane affecting his home state. In fact, when Hurricane Idalia was about to make landfall, Trump released a campaign video… bragging about his poll numbers.


It was a terrible look, and it seems that after several days of being silent about the hurricane, Trump has finally decided on his play: blast the heck out of it.

“So now it is learned that Governor Ron DeSanctimonious unnecessarily approved a 20% hike in Florida Electricity Rates, the largest in history (by far!), after taking a 9.5 Million Dollar Campaign Contribution from ‘money machine’ Florida Power and Light, and subsidiaries,” Trump claimed in a post on Truth Social. “Next up to check out is the Insurance Industry, where DeSanctus gave up the store. His campaign and poll numbers have ‘CRASHED’ to a point where it doesn’t much matter anymore, but what a shame for Florida!”

Trump’s behavior here is hardly surprising. DeSantis quickly sprung into action for the residents of his state. His leadership during a crisis will most certainly resonate with Americans, especially as it contrasts with Joe Biden’s botched responses to the environmental disaster in East Palestine earlier this year and the recent Maui wildfires.

Related: Is This the Breakout Moment Ron DeSantis Needs?

So why is Trump doing this? Why is he being so petty, attacking DeSantis as the hurricane made landfall and then ridiculously attacking his laudable response? Well, despite his lead in the polls, Trump appears to have hit a ceiling, and his numbers are starting to dip.

According to a poll analysis by FiveThirtyEight, Trump was the only GOP candidate to lose a significant amount of support after the debate. Trump needs to attack DeSantis in the hopes that it can blunt any potential political benefit he gets out of it. DeSantis may not be concerned about politics now, but Trump is.

As a Florida resident, a Republican, and a human being, Trump should do better. This is ridiculous.

THE PATRIOT NURSE: Nothing Left to Lose; Trump’s Arrest Will Spark the Next Uprising

In this video, Patriot Nurse discusses the action against former president Trump and its place in the spectrum of history. Interestingly, it coincides with the week-long anniversary of Ruby Ridge, another time in American history when governmental power and overreach sought to victimize political outsiders.

Ratings Are IN! Fox News FREAKS OUT After Tucker’s Trump Interview Tops 200 Million

Trish Regan reports that the end of cable television is fast approaching. Regan explains that the proof is in the newly released ratings from Fox’s GOP Debate. The number of people watching Tucker Carlson’s interview with Donald Trump vastly overpowered the number of viewers watching the Fox News Republican Presidential Debate on linear TV. Welcome to the the future! Which program did you watch?

Trump Indictment: Mugshot Released

Trump Indictment: Mugshot Released

This booking photo provided by Fulton County Sheriff's Office, shows former President Donald Trump on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023, after he surrendered and was booked at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta. Trump is accused by District Attorney Fani Willis of scheming to subvert the will of Georgia voters in a desperate bid to keep Joe Biden out of the White House. (Fulton County Sheriff's Office via AP)
This booking photo provided by Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, shows former President Donald Trump on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2023, after he surrendered and was booked at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta. Trump is accused by District Attorney Fani Willis of scheming to subvert the will of Georgia voters in a desperate bid to keep Joe Biden out of the White House. (Fulton County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

Trump speaks out after booking and mugshot:

Trump legal rep dismisses mugshot, booking at Georgia jail: 'There is no case'

Trump legal spokeswoman Alina Habba and Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett call out political prosecution on 'Hannity.'

OAN’s Sophia Flores
6:15 PM – Thursday, August 24, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

45th President Donald J. Trump has been indicted for the fourth time. However, this time, Trump’s mugshot has been released to the public.

The former president was indicted by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis for his alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results in Georgia. The probe, led by Willis, began after a phone call had taken place between the Republican and then-Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. In the call, he allegedly asked the secretary of state “to find 11,780 votes.”

In addition to the mugshot, Trump had his fingerprints taken and was booked as inmate No. P01135809.

After his booking, Trump made a speech to the public where he maintained that he did nothing wrong.

The president was booked on 13 felony charges.

  • Violation of the Georgia RICO (Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations) Act
  • Solicitation of Violation of Oath by Public Officer
  • Conspiracy To Commit Impersonating a Public Officer
  • Conspiracy To Commit Forgery in the First Degree
  • Conspiracy To Commit False Statements and Writings
  • Conspiracy To Commit Filing False Documents
  • Conspiracy To Commit Forgery in the First Degree
  • Conspiracy To Commit False Statements and Writings
  • Filing False Documents
  • Solicitation of Violation of Oath by Public Officer
  • False Statements and Writings
  • Solicitation of Violation of Oath by Public Officer
  • False Statements and Writings

Trump’s bond was set for $200,000. All of the charges required a $10,000 bond except the ‘Violation of the Georgia RICO’ which required a $80,000 bond.

Fulton County District Attorney Willis has asked for an arraignment during the week of September 5th, 2023.

The 45th president was first indicted in New York on state charges regarding alleged hush money payments made to porn actor Stormy Daniels.

In June, Trump was federally indicted for a second time in Florida regarding the alleged mishandling of classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago residence.

His third indictment was in Washington, D.C., and revolved around his alleged involvement in the U.S. Capitol breach on January 6th, 2021.

In each case, Trump has maintained his innocence and has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.

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Trump Files Motion Opposing Fulton County Oct. Trial Date

Trump Files Motion Opposing Fulton County Oct. Trial Date

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA - JUNE 10: Former U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks during the Georgia state GOP convention at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center on June 10, 2023 in Columbus, Georgia. On Friday, former President Trump was indicted by a federal grand jury on 37 felony counts in Special Counsel Jack Smith’s classified documents probe. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
Former U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks during the Georgia state GOP convention at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center on June 10, 2023 in Columbus, Georgia. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

OAN’s Sophia Flores
12:30 PM – Thursday, August 24, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

The Fulton County District Attorney’s office has announced that it plans to have a speedy trial with an October start date in mind. Trump has come forward and has announced his opposition to the idea.

On Thursday, District Attorney Fani Willis submitted a request to begin the trial on October 23, 2023. That particular date is five months prior to what she initially requested. Her original date in mind was March 4, 2024.

The 45th president notified the court that he intends to file a motion to appeal the request and to sever his case from co-defendant Kenneth Chesebro.

“President Trump further respectfully puts the Court on notice that he requests the Court set a scheduling conference at its earliest convenience so he can be heard on the State’s motions for entry of pretrial scheduling order and to specifically set trial,” the filing said.

Willis’s request came one day after one of the 19-co defendants, Georgia attorney Chesebro, requested a speedy trial.

“Without waiving any objection as to the sufficiency of Defendant Kenneth John Chesebro’s filing, the State requests that this Court specially set the trial in this case to commence on October 23, 2023, which falls within the term of the ‘next succeeding regular court term’ after the July-August, 2023 term of the Superior Court of Fulton County, Atlanta Judicial Circuit,” the filing stated.

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Trump To Turn Himself In On Thursday~Trump’s Bond Set At $200K In Georgia Election Case

Trump To Turn Himself In On Thursday

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OAN’s Roy Francis
8:06 AM – Tuesday, August 22, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

45th President Donald Trump has stated that he plans to turn himself in at the Fulton County, Georgia jail on Thursday.

Taking to Truth Social, Trump said that this indictment and arrest are all a “witch hunt” in “coordination with Crooked Jo Biden’s DOJ.”


On Monday, Trump’s defense team met with the Fulton County District Attorney in order to come to a bond agreement. The agreement that was made will have Trump facing a $200,000 bond.

An order signed by Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAfee listed the prohibitions that Trump will also be facing after his bond is paid. If he is to break any of the limits that have been placed on him, his bond could be revoked.

“The Defendant shall perform no act to intimidate any person known to him or her to be a codefendant or witness in this case or to otherwise obstruct the administration of justice,” the order read. “The above shall include, but are not limited to, posts on social media or reposts of posts made by another individual on social media.”

The Fulton County case is the first case that the release conditions for Trump have included a cash bond and certain prohibitions. The case is the fourth brought against the 45th president this year, with the other three having release conditions that have been minimal.

Trump is facing 13 charges in Fulton County, including violation of the state’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

18 other individuals have been charged in the same case in Fulton County, all have been given until noon on Friday to turn themselves in.

Trump has maintained his innocence and pled not guilty to all the charges that have been levied against him.

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Trump’s Bond Set At $200K In Georgia Election Case

American Conservative Union Holds Annual CPAC Conference In Orlando ORLANDO, FLORIDA - FEBRUARY 26: Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at The Rosen Shingle Creek on February 26, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. CPAC, which began in 1974, is an annual political conference attended by conservative activists and elected officials. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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OAN’s Abril Elfi
4:03 PM – Monday, August 21, 2023


Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, & research purposes.

Former President Donald Trump and his legal team have agreed to post a $200,000 bond on the Georgia 2020 election case.

On Monday, Trump’s attorneys met with the Fulton County District Attorney’s office and came to an agreement on a $200,000 bond among other release conditions.

According to the terms of the consent bond order, the 45th president cannot perform any acts of witness intimidation nor communicate about the facts of the case with any co-defendants, except through his lawyers.

This also includes not violating any federal laws. 

Bond agreements were also met with two of Trump’s co-defendants, John Eastman and Scott Hall. 

Eastman had a bond order of $100,000. According to the bond, every 30 days, he must report to pretrial supervision, which he may do by phone. He is also prohibited from communicating with any other co-defendants from the case. 

Eastman also faces nine counts for allegedly helping form the strategy that allowed Trump to pressure former Vice President Mike Pence to throw out electors on January 6th, 2021.

Hall is facing seven charges related to an alleged connection with a local elections office breach in Coffee County, Georgia. His bond is reportedly set at $100,000. 

The former president and all other 18 co-defendants are expected to surrender themselves due to the Friday deadline given by District Attorney Fani Willis.

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The Highly Dangerous Georgia Indictments OF TRUMP

The Highly Dangerous Georgia Indictments
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This week, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis launched a 98-page missile directly into the heart of American politics. That missile was a 41-count indictment charging former President Donald Trump and 18 alleged co-conspirators with violation of the Georgia version of the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act — acts in furtherance of a conspiracy to commit a criminal act. In this case, the criminal act, according to the indictment, was “knowingly and willfully (joining) a conspiracy to unlawfully change the outcome of the election in favor of Trump.” 

Whether this amounts to a crime comes down to the question of whether Trump himself knew that he had lost the election; if he believed that he had won, then all the other accusations about him fall away. After all, it is not a crime to pursue a spurious legal strategy in furtherance of a delusion. But by charging RICO, Willis extends the case to people who may have admitted that Trump lost the election. This accomplishes two purposes. First, it puts these alleged co-conspirators in serious legal jeopardy, giving them a reason to flip on Trump himself. Second, it may allow Willis to charge Trump as part of a criminal conspiracy even if he personally believed he won the election — after all, case law suggests that co-conspirators can be charged under RICO even if they didn’t agree on every aspect of the conspiracy, so long as they knew the “general nature of the enterprise.”

The Georgia case also presents a unique danger to Trump because it is a state case. The Manhattan case against Trump rooted in campaign finance allegations is incredibly weak and is an obvious stretch; the Florida and D.C. cases against Trump are federal, which means that if elected president, he could theoretically pardon himself. The Georgia case is both wide-ranging and state-based: if convicted, Trump would go to state prison and would have no ability to pardon himself. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp does not have unilateral pardon power, either: In Georgia, pardons work through an appointed board. So, the very real prospect exists that even were Trump elected, he’d start his term from state prison.

But even that discussion is premature: The Georgia case, along with all the other indictments against Trump, are going to lock him into courthouses for the rest of the election cycle. What’s more, every waking moment for the media will be coverage of those court cases. That will make it impossible for Trump — even if he were so inclined, which has shown no evidence of being — to talk about President Joe Biden rather than his legal peril. And there has yet to be a single piece of data suggesting that Americans are driven to vote for Trump because of his legal troubles. To pardon yourself, you have to be elected president. But spending your entire presidential race in the dock makes that a radically uphill battle. 

Related: WATCH: Hillary Cackles Like a Hyena on MSNBC About Latest Trump Indictments

All of this is quite terrible for the country. No matter what you think of Trump’s various legal imbroglios — from mishandling classified documents to paying off porn stars to calling up the Georgia secretary of state in an attempt to “find” votes — the glass has now been broken over and over and over again: Political opponents can be targeted by legal enemies. It will not be unbroken. If you think that only Democratic district attorneys will play this game, you have another thing coming. Prepare for a future in which running for office carries the legal risk of going to jail — on all sides. This means that only the worst and the most shameless will run for office.

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