Author: REPORT QUİCK

Trump Responds to Gag Order Former President Donald Trump has taken to his new social media platform, Truth Social, to express his frustration regarding a recent court decision upholding a gag order against him in the J6 case. Trump has vowed to fight this restriction on his speech and promises to appeal the decision. Unselect January 6th Committee Accused Trump alleges that the Unselect January 6th Committee has deleted and destroyed crucial documents and evidence related to the case. He argues that this violation of due process has allowed individuals to freely attack him while preventing him from defending himself.…

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Reporters Swarm President Biden With Questions As President Biden made his way across the South Lawn of the White House towards Marine One, reporters bombarded him with inquiries about his son, Hunter, and the recent charges against him. Ignoring the barrage of questions, Biden simply waved and continued his walk. Meanwhile, Hunter also faced a flurry of questions as he left his home in California, including one about whether he expected to be pardoned by his father. Like his father, Hunter chose to ignore the reporters and left in a car without providing any comment. Charges Against Hunter Biden Special…

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Federal Appeals Court Decision Puts Voting Rights Act at Risk A recent decision by a conservative federal appeals court has the potential to severely weaken one of the most significant federal laws of our time, the Voting Rights Act. The ruling stated that only the federal government has the authority to sue and enforce a crucial section of this vital statute. Shockingly, over the past four decades, only 15 out of 182 successful suits brought under this section were initiated solely by the Department of Justice. The Voting Rights Act’s Historic Success Since the end of Reconstruction, the Voting Rights…

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Foreign Ministers Gather in Brussels to Discuss Two Simultaneous Wars The debate over whether to provide aid to Israel and Ukraine has taken center stage at the NATO meeting in Brussels this week. Senior U.S. and European diplomats have come together to make their case for supporting both countries in their respective conflicts. While the discussions were expected to focus on U.S.-European relations, the turmoil in Ukraine and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict dominated the agenda. Strong Support for Ukraine Despite Israel-Hamas War U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken emphasized the international community’s strong support for Ukraine during a news conference…

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Court to Decide if Texas and Florida Can Impose Fines on Tech Giants The Supreme Court announced on Friday that it will examine the application of the First Amendment to social media platforms and determine whether Texas and Florida can impose heavy fines on Facebook, YouTube, and other popular sites for alleged discrimination against conservatives. The justices will review the laws from these Republican-controlled states, which argue that social media sites are conspiring to censor conservative voices and views. Protecting Conservative Speech Both Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have championed these laws as measures to protect…

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Michael Lewis’ Book Comes Under Scrutiny Michael Lewis’ latest book, “Going Infinite: The Rise and Fall of a New Tycoon,” is facing criticism for its lack of skepticism in telling the story of the collapse of the FTX cryptocurrency exchange and its boss, Sam Bankman-Fried. Critics argue that Lewis relies too heavily on Bankman-Fried’s version of events, presenting a defense of the accused fraudster ahead of his trial. Meanwhile, Zeke Faux’s book, “Number Go Up: Inside Crypto’s Wild Rise and Staggering Fall,” offers a more convincing and entertaining account of the cryptocurrency scam. The Seduction of Bankman-Fried’s Nonsense Bankman-Fried, with…

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Congress Tucks FISA Renewal into Defense Bill Despite Concerns In a rare show of unity, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell issued a joint statement endorsing a five-month renewal of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). However, House Speaker Mike Johnson faced backlash from conservatives for including the renewal in the defense bill. As the Senate considers the defense bill, concerns about FISA from arch conservatives may hinder its passage through the House Rules Committee. This could force the House to approve the defense bill as a “suspension,” requiring a two-thirds vote for passage. Consequently,…

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Latest Legal Trouble for President’s Son Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden, has been indicted on nine charges related to tax evasion. This comes as the latest legal trouble for the president’s son, who is facing allegations of a four-year scheme to avoid paying federal income taxes. If convicted, Hunter Biden could potentially face up to 17 years in prison. IRS Whistleblowers Speak Out IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler have revealed that the charges against Hunter Biden are the result of their years-long investigation into the president’s son. They consider this indictment as a significant development in…

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Kaia Gerber Channels Audrey Hepburn Model Kaia Gerber paid tribute to the iconic Audrey Hepburn at the Academy Museum Gala, stating that Audrey’s essence has always inspired her. Gerber donned a dress that captured Hepburn’s timeless style, showcasing her passion for acting. Zoë Kravitz and Lenny Kravitz Glam Up the Red Carpet Zoë Kravitz, along with her famous father Lenny Kravitz, made a stylish appearance at the Academy Museum Gala. Kravitz sported a sleek brown dress, while Lenny opted for a black suit jacket and leather pants. The duo’s close bond was evident as Lenny expressed his support for Zoë’s…

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Partnership between LAPD and Ring Raises Concerns About Privacy and Effectiveness A Steady Stream of Emails On September 23, 2021, Detective Jeffry Poole of the Los Angeles Police Department found his inbox flooded with emails. These emails were alerts from Neighbors, the social media platform for Ring doorbell camera owners. Over the course of the day, Poole received 63 emails, with more arriving every 10 minutes. Neighbors is designed to unite neighbors, law enforcement, and the Ring News team to make communities safer. A Growing Partnership The LAPD is one of over 2,600 police departments in the United States that…

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