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Judicial Watch Asks Delaware Supreme Court for Limited Discovery to Depose a U Del Representative over Biden Senate Papers

Judicial Watch announced recently that it filed an appeal brief with the Delaware Supreme Court on behalf of itself and the Daily Caller News Foundation, asking it to overturn a lower court’s decision blocking release of records about the U.S. Senate records of President Joe Biden housed at the University of Delaware.

President Donald J. Trump Presented Keynote Address to Judicial Watch Roundtable Event in Miami, Florida

Judicial Watch, the government watchdog group, announced recently that President Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, made a keynote address to Judicial Watch’s Annual Roundtable, a private event, which was held at the Trump National Doral in Miami, FL, on the evening of Thursday, January 19.

Judicial Watch Sues for NIH Communications on Fetal Organ Harvesting

“We have already established collusion between the University of Pittsburgh and the NIH over the fetal organ ‘chop shop’ in the University of Pittsburgh paid for with federal tax dollars,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The Biden administration turned the spigot back on for taxpayer funding of this barbarism, and we want the details.”

U.S. Drops $4.5 Mil on Culturally Appropriate Program to Help Asians Quit Smoking

The U.S. government is dedicating $4.5 million to enhance a “linguistically and culturally appropriate” program to help Asians quit smoking. It is known as the national Asian language quitline and provides cessation counseling, nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), and in-language materials for tobacco users who speak Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese (CKV). The cash will flow through a Centers for Disease Control (CDC) offshoot called Office on Smoking and Health. With an annual budget of nearly $10 billion, the CDC is the federal agency responsible for protecting public health. It operates under the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and claims to work around the clock to protect America from health, safety, and security threats whether diseases start at home or abroad.


In The News

Trump’s campaign ‘kicking into overdrive’ after months of inaction

Washington Examiner

Former President Donald Trump is taking the training wheels off his third presidential campaign weeks after criticism said that he was not taking his third White House bid seriously.


Secret Service doesn’t record visitors at Biden’s ‘weekend White House’ where classified docs were found

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.”


‘Raises Disturbing Questions’: Judicial Watch Gets Records Moderna Gave to FDA About Its COVID Vaccine


Among the records is a “nonclinical overview” from Moderna showing a statistically significant number of rats from mothers who were given the vaccine born with skeletal deformations.


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Holding Biden accountable for his border crimes

In The News | May 22, 2024
From Washington Times: Under Mr. Biden, human beings are broken daily on the hard, sharp edge of the U.S.-Mexico border. Borders are often dangerous places, and this is Mr. Biden’s...

Judicial Watch Asks Minnesota Supreme Court to Allow Taxpayer Lawsuit over Racially Discriminatory Minneapolis…

Press Releases | May 22, 2024
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it filed a brief in the Minnesota Supreme Court asking it to affirm a state Appeals Court decision allowing its taxpayer lawsuit ...

Minnesota’s “Increase Teachers of Color Act” will Devote Millions to Help Only Racial Minorities

Corruption Chronicles | May 21, 2024
Minnesota may soon pass a discriminatory law called “Increase Teachers of Color Act” that will dedicate millions of dollars to programs that only racial minorities can benefit from...