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Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pa.) has blasted the idea of “squatter’s rights,” questioning the laws that allow interlopers on a property to claim ownership over its rightful owner, calling it a case of “just breaking the law.”

Squatter rights laws allow anyone illegally occupying another person’s property to claim ownership if they are not evicted after a certain amount of time. Also known as adverse possession laws, these laws are in effect in all 50 U.S. states but enforcement differs significantly.

Even Republican stalwarts like current Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are starting to notice that something is shifting in the party. While McConnell announced recently that he would step down as Republican leader in the US Senate, in an interview last week he was adamant that he would continue to serve out his term in the Senate with one purpose in mind: “fighting back against the isolationist movement in my own party.”

He sounds worried.

Six months on, the entire edifice that allowed Israeli forces to kill more than 33,000 Palestinians and wound another 75,000, displace a population of over 2.3 million and then starve them, demolish the north of Gaza, dismantle the health service and signal that it would do the same in Rafah for the next six months, is tumbling down.

Progressives in the U.S. have continued to pressure President Biden into turning on Israel. Leftists have sided with Palestinians and have spread anti-Israel views. They have even gone as far as to accuse Israel of “genocide.”

President Biden, for a time, continued to support our ally in the Middle East. But over recent weeks, he has increasingly shown hostility towards Israel.

A court in New York, where multiple prosecutors and judges have coalesced in a series of cases in which they apparently are trying to destroy President Donald Trump and his business empire, now has refused his appeal bond in a fraud case.

That bond, of $175 million, was set by an appeals court after a lower court judge, who decided before trial that Trump was guilty of business fraud in a case where there were no losses and no victims, demanded a bond of some $450 million.

Former President Donald Trump stated that he does not support a federal ban on abortion and instead believes that individual states should set their own abortion limits.

This statement contradicts what Democrats have been claiming about him for the last few months.

Nevertheless, many detractors of the former president have still gone as far as to say that Trump is “lying” and that he is only claiming this in order to “get more votes.” 

The cat is out of the bag… some reports brewing.

This report is from newsaddicts:

“German Government Admits Pandemic Was a Hoax”

“The German government has just made an astonishing admission, revealing that the entire COVID-19 pandemic was a hoax designed to vaccinate the public with mRNA injections and impose unwelcome new laws.

What is most disturbing about this unprecedented case is that, if the prosecution gets its way, all the evidence produced by the State claiming the Covid vaccines are “safe and effective” will be deemed indisputable, irrefutable–and Dr. Hoffe would not be able to defend himself or call expert witnesses!

In other words, a Stalinist show trial designed to intimidate all doctors and patients who value medical freedom of choice, the right to a fair trial, freedom of speech, and medical ethics.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has reused to provide audio tapes of President Biden's interview with special counsel Robert Hur, defying a subpoena by the House GOP.