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Judicial Watch Sues Health and Human Services for Surgeon General Office Contact with Big Tech about COVID Vaccines
Judicial Watch announced recently it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for communications and records of the Surgeon General’s Communications Director’s contact with social media companies regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
Judicial Watch: Lawsuit Forces Release of Justice Department Records on Raid on Project Veritas’s James O’Keefe’s Home
Judicial Watch announced that it received 11 pages of heavily redacted records from the U.S Department of Justice concerning communications of The New York Times to officials in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York (SDNY), showing the Times was tipped off about the November 6, 2021, FBI raids on the homes of Project Veritas founder/CEO James O’Keefe and then-Project Veritas journalists.
Salvadoran Gang Member Charged with Murder Entered U.S. as Unaccompanied Minor
The teenage gang member recently arrested for the murder of a Maryland woman came to the U.S. under a special program that welcomes illegal immigrants under the age of 18 and provides them with a multitude of taxpayer benefits. The government refers to them as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) and hundreds of thousands have entered the country in the last few years.
DHS Stops Sending Air Marshals on Migrant Welfare Missions along Mexican Border
Thanks to pressure from the Air Marshal National Council and Judicial Watch’s reporting, the Biden administration will stop sending Federal Air Marshals (FAM) to the Mexican border to provide illegal immigrants with welfare checks, transportation, and other basic services. The reckless practice left aircraft at risk by sending 150-200 FAM monthly to the southern border to help deal with “a surge in irregular migration.”
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Secret Service doesn’t record visitors at Biden’s ‘weekend White House’ where classified docs were found
The New York Post
“If the Secret Service is doing its job, there has to be visitor records,” Tom Fitton, president of conservative transparency group Judicial Watch, told The Post in October. “If there aren’t any records, the scandal is much bigger than just a lack of transparency.”
‘Twitter Files’ part 7 unveils the FBI’s involvement in the Hunter Biden laptop scandal
The latest suit by the conservative watchdog group came after they say the FBI failed to respond fully to a previous FOIA request in August for all records between FBI personnel and employees of Meta, Twitter, and other Big Tech companies.
‘Raises Disturbing Questions’: Judicial Watch Gets Records Moderna Gave to FDA About Its COVID Vaccine
The data was released as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, which was filed in September 2021 after the FDA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases did not respond to an earlier FOIA request.