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Judicial Watch: FBI Letter Shows Pfizer Tied to Investigation of Project Veritas

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Judicial Watch: FBI Letter Shows Pfizer Tied to Investigation of Project Veritas

“It is disturbing to see that Pfizer evidently has the Biden FBI at its beck and call to target journalists at Project Veritas,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This development is especially concerning coming on the heels of the FBI’s outrageous Ashley Biden diary raid on the home of Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe.”

Judicial Watch Sues HHS on Behalf of OpenTheBooks.com for Calendars and Calendar Entries of Dr. Anthony Fauci

About OpenTheBooks.com: In 2021, the organization filed 40,500 FOIA requests – the most in American history. They successfully captured $6 trillion in federal, state and local spending. In January 2021, their investigation found that Anthony Fauci was the #1 most highly compensated federal employee – even out earning the president, here. Auditors at OpenTheBooks.com estimate that Dr. Fauci’s golden parachute retirement benefits will exceed $350,000 per year, making it the largest in U.S. federal government history.

Judicial Watch Victory: City of Asheville Agrees to Stop Discriminating in Scholarship and Grant Programs

Judicial Watch announced recently that the City of Asheville, North Carolina settled a Judicial Watch federal civil rights lawsuit, after agreeing to remove all racially discriminatory provisions in a City-funded scholarship program. Additionally, the city also agreed to remove racially discriminatory eligibility provisions in a related program that provides grants to educators. The City Council approved the settlement on January 11.

Corruption Chronicles


DHS Disperses 273,396 Illegal Immigrants Around U.S. in Five Months, Thousands Blow Off Hearings

Startling figures reluctantly disclosed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) show that the Biden administration dispersed 273,396 illegal immigrants throughout the United States during a five-month period last year and issued north of 100,000 Notices to Report (NTR) to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field office within 60 days. Not surprisingly, the stats reveal that over 50,000 illegal aliens failed to show up for their hearing with federal authorities by ignoring the government issued NTR that has become the laughingstock of the nation’s immigration system.

In The News


The Washington Examiner: Noncitizens lead recall of ‘woke’ San Francisco school board members

San Francisco Unified School District made national headlines last year for attempting to rename schools dedicated to presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington during yearlong campus lockouts that infuriated parents. But the board’s agenda did not stop there: It upended merit-based admission standards to one of the nation’s top public high schools and replaced it with a lottery system favoring black and Latino students in a city where the largest minority population is Asian.

Fox News: Fauci disclosures will trickle out over more than a year, watchdog says

A government watchdog group has been demanding key data on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s financial and professional history, but the public may only get Fauci’s disclosures spread out over more than a year, the group’s head says.

The New York Post: Joe Biden spent a quarter of his first year as president in Delaware

“Generally speaking, the American people have a right to know what the president is up to. This president specifically changed policy to presumably disclose who’s been visiting the White House,” said Tom Fitton, president of conservative legal group Judicial Watch, which for years has battled for White House visitor log transparency.

 

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