William Barr’s Connection To Ruby Ridge, Defending FBI Snipers

American Conservative – by James Bovard

The Senate Judiciary Committee hearings for Attorney General nominee William Barr have focused heavily on Barr’s views on Special Counsel Robert Mueller. But nobody is asking about Barr’s legal crusade for blanket immunity for federal agents who killed American citizens.  Continue reading

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Jan 16 2020 Call Out for CRISIS ACTOR in Virginia..As GOV Declares State of Emergency

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Israeli Unmanned Systems, Naval & Avionics Defense Delegation Visiting Virginia

Virginia Israel Advisory Board

At the invitation of Governor Ralph Northam, the Israeli Ministry of Defense is bringing a delegation of 20 Israeli companies with autonomous systems, avionics and naval technologies to the Commonwealth February 3 – 6th 2020.  Continue reading

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Judge rejects gun activists’ bid for injunction to halt Northam’s gun ban in Capitol Square

Richmond Times Dispatch

A Richmond Circuit Court judge on Thursday denied a bid from gun-rights activists to block Gov. Ralph Northam’s temporary gun ban for Capitol Square ahead of a rally there Monday.

“The governor is vested with the power to take ‘action from time to time as is necessary for the adequate promotion and coordination of state and local emergency services activities relating to the safety and welfare of the commonwealth,” Judge Joi J. Taylor wrote in her three-page ruling. “The plaintiffs in this case will not suffer an irreparable harm sufficient to justify the injunction.”

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FBI arrests three suspected neo-Nazis who planned to protest Virginia gun control proposals

The Hill

The FBI on Thursday arrested three suspected neo-Nazis who had planned to travel with firearms to Richmond, Va., to participate in a protest against gun control measures proposed by the state legislature’s newly-seated Democratic majority.

Federal officials took the three men into custody in connection with a probe into the white supremacist group The Base, charging them with several federal crimes in Maryland, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland announced.  Continue reading

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Turkey Begins Military Invasion of Libya

Libyan War the Truth – by JoanneM

BREAKING NOW From the intelligence of the great tribes of Libya and alliance of the Libyan people.

Erdogan has begun to move his army into Tripoli. I was passed a document of registration of an African Airlines. This is the FIRST flight coming into LIbya carrying Turkish soldiers. You will see a picture of the document below the photos of the Turkish ship below.  Continue reading

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Lexington And Concord Redux In Virginia

Chuck Baldwin

Tragically, most Americans do not have any idea what it was that actually triggered America’s War for Independence. The primary reason was not “taxation without representation,” or taxes of any kind, for that matter. And it was certainly not because our Founding Fathers were a bunch of anti-government extremists or demon-possessed puppets of the Illuminati.  Continue reading

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Complaint and Application for Temp Injunction as FILED

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Charlottesville Banned These Far-Right Activists, but They’re Bringing Their Guns to Richmond

Daily Beast – by Will Sommer

Prominent far-right activists and groups banned from rallying with weapons in Charlottesville, Virginia, after the deadly 2017 “Unite the Right” rally are headed back to the state for a pro-gun rally in Richmond, where tensions are running high.

The demonstration was triggered by a package of gun control bills backed by Virginia’s Democratic governor, Ralph Northam, and set to be passed by the Democratic-majority state legislature. The laws would, among other things, require mandatory background checks for gun buyers and institute a monthly cap on firearm purchases.  Continue reading

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WV Lawmakers Invite VA 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Counties to Secede And Join Their State

Information Liberation – by Chris Menahan

West Virginia lawmakers introduced a resolution on Tuesday inviting Virginia’s Second Amendment sanctuary counties to legally secede and “be admitted to the body politic of the State of West Virginia.”

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Cops Violently Assault Grandma In Her Home After Granddaughter Cursed at Police

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Baltimore, MD — Nothing highlights the lack of training, the irrational fear, and brutal nature of police officers quite like videos of them beating elderly women. While this may sound shocking, it happens and is caught on video far too often to be an “isolated incident.” In fact, TFTP just reported on an elderly grandmother being attacked and tasered in her own home by cops after she demanded a warrant before they entered her home, and now, it’s happened again.  Continue reading

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Gun advocates see ‘registry’ and ‘confiscation’ coming to Virginia

Washington Examiner – by Paul Bedard

Despite the expansion of “gun sanctuaries” to a record 130 Virginia towns and counties Wednesday, covering most of the state, foes of gun control legislation speeding through Richmond are raising new fears they will be forced to register weapons, a move that could lead to “confiscation.”  Continue reading

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Gun groups: Virginia Democrats want violence to disrupt, ‘smear’ gun control protest

Washington Examiner – by Paul Bedard

Second Amendment groups heading a planned protest and rally of potentially 130,000 supporters Monday in Richmond, Virginia, are warning members to be on the lookout for agitators “invited” by gun control advocates to stir up violence and discredit their effort.

In an alert sent by one of the groups leading the “lobbying day” effort, supporters were advised to look the other way should counterprotesters challenge them. Continue reading

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US Prepares To Cut All Military Aid If Iraq Asks Troops To Leave

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Days after the Soleimani assassination and a move in Iraq’s parliament to begin the process of expelling American forces from the country, Trump issued threats of severe economic reprisal against Baghdad should it move forward with booting US troops. “We have a very extraordinarily expensive air base that’s there. It cost billions of dollars to build. Long before my time. We’re not leaving unless they pay us back for it,” he said at the time in an initial veiled threat.  Continue reading

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VA Declares State of Emergency to Stop ‘Serious Threats of Armed Militias Storming Capitol’

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Richmond, VA — Since last month, tensions have been escalating in Virginia as lawmakers prepared a slew of gun laws that would have drastically changed the landscape of the state’s view on the Second Amendment. Protests have erupted, police officers have parted ways with the state government promising not to enforce gun bans, and on Wednesday, the hostility between pro-gun groups and government came to a head as Governor Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency. Continue reading

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Disturbing evidence in Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy points to his murder: pathologist

New York Post – by Lee Brown and Yaron Steinbuch

Jeffrey Epstein’s eyes had burst capillaries after his body was found in his Manhattan jail cell, suggesting that the convicted pedophile was likely murdered through manual strangulation and did not hang himself, a forensic pathologist says in a TV interview.

In a clip provided to The Post from a “Dr. Oz” special set to air Thursday, former New York City Medical Examiner Dr. Michael Baden discusses his theories and examines graphic photographs. Continue reading

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VCDL Expected To Seek Injunction Blocking Northam’s Gun Ban

Bearing Arms – by Cam Edwards

According to Phillip Van Cleave, president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, attorneys are likely to file suit as early as Thursday to seek an injunction blocking Governor Ralph Northam’s gun ban on the grounds of the state capitol during next Monday’s Lobby Day, which is expected to draw tens of thousands of gun owners to the state capitol.  Continue reading

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December 2019 NICS Increase, lead to All time Record for 2019

Gun Watch – by Dean Weingarten

The December, 2019 National Instant background Checks System numbers were the highest month in the year, at 2,936,894 checks for the month. Those numbers lead to the highest number of checks for a year on record. 2019 saw the most background checks ever done in a single year, with 28,369,750 checks done in 2019.

Increasing numbers of checks done for carry permits and permit rechecks skew the totals from reflecting only gun sales.  Continue reading

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Immigration agency subpoenas sanctuary city law enforcement

Yahoo News

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has subpoenaed Denver law enforcement for information on four foreign nationals wanted for deportation and may consider expanding the unusual practice to other locations if necessary. It’s an escalation of the conflict between federal officials and so-called sanctuary cities.

ICE, the Homeland Security agency responsible for arresting and deporting people in the U.S. illegally, could take the subpoena to a federal judge, who can order them to hand over information and find them in contempt if they don’t comply, officials said.  Continue reading

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