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Yesterday, on July 13, 2024, President Trump narrowly escaped a bullet fired by a would-be assassin during a campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. The outcome would have been devastating if not for his fortunate glance to the right.  This blatant assassination attempt in broad daylight reeks of radical Leftist or deep state involvement, a direct result of the baseless hate campaign against Trump for the past eight years.

Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki has surrendered.

Ending months of back-and-forth, Psaki has agreed to be interviewed by the House Foreign Affairs Committee as it investigates the August 2021 U.S. exit from Afghanistan, according to Axios.

The committee’s chairman, Republican Rep. Michael McCaul of Texas, has said the panel plans to publish its report on the Biden administration’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan before the November election.

I'm sick and tired of filtering through the crap posted by so called members who have figured out how to post garbage on the main feed of this website.  As a longtime user of the website trying to help counter the corporate-psychopath propaganda I really just can't stand the useless posts by those members who DO NOT respect that this website belongs to Mike and Claire.  I hate every one of you and if we ever meet in person I will firmly express myself by placing my boot as far up your ass as possible to let you know how unwelcome your contributions have been!

During Thursday night’s presidential debate, Joe Biden claimed that no U.S. troops have died since he’s been in office — a blatant lie that ignores the 13 servicemembers lost during the Afghanistan withdrawal.

On May 26, The New York Times Magazine ran a feature story by Matthieu Aikins entitled “America’s Monster: Uncovering the Brutal Career of Abdul Raziq—And the Hidden Truths of the War in Afghanistan.”

The story detailed the U.S. military and CIA’s support for Abdul Raziq, a police commander in Spin Boldak on the border of Pakistan in the late 2000s who, thanks to American patronage, was promoted to police chief in Kandahar and rose to the rank of three-star General.