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Judicial Watch reacted recently to the recent move by the Delaware Supreme Court to strike down the state’s vote-by-mail and same-day voter registration statutes for violating the Delaware Constitution. In making its ruling, the court effectively concurs with the amicus curiae brief Judicial Watch submitted in the case, which argues the Delaware statute impermissibly expands those practices far beyond the limits set in the Delaware Constitution.
“These FDA records further document top officials’ concerns about the controversial COVID-19 booster shots,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “That it has taken months and a federal lawsuit to uncover this critical material is a scandal.”
Students of scandal took note last month when President Biden announced the appointment of one of the dirtiest figures in presidential politics as his clean energy czar. John Podesta, the White House said, would step in as “Senior Adviser to the President for Clean Energy Innovation and Implementation,” overseeing the new Inflation Reduction Act’s “expansive” energy and climate provisions. Expansive it is. Podesta is now in charge of a $370 billion pot of federal cash and incentives approved under the new law. History suggests he will not be shy in deploying the federal funds to reward Democratic Party allies, punish opponents, and protect Joe Biden.
The Biden administration is close to reaching a shameful plea deal that could exclude the death penalty for five Islamic terrorists charged with coordinating the 2001 attacks, sources told Judicial Watch during a recent trip to the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba where the jihadists are incarcerated. For years Judicial Watch has traveled to the U.S. Naval base in southeast Cuba to observe the military tribunal trials of 9/11 terrorists and others, including USS Cole bomber Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri.
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Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton debunked the president’s argument, writing, “Fact check: Fake history and false comparison. PPP loan forgiveness was passed by Congress — the loans were designed to be forgiven. Biden has no legal/constitutional authority to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to forgive student loans without congressional authorization.”
The government watchdog organization Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Justice for all records of its Supervisory Intelligence Analyst, Brian Auten, to learn whether the FBI possibly obstructed a senatorial investigation into Hunter Biden and his alleged malfeasance.
A conservative watchdog group, Judicial Watch, is suing the Justice Department for records related to possible FBI obstruction in the Hunter Biden investigation.
Judicial Watch filed the suit in response to the agency’s failure to comply with a Freedom of Information Act request submitted in August. The suit also argues the agency violated the FOIA request and that the watchdog group has a legal right to view those documents.