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Another Biden Admin Cover-Up – About John Kerry!

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Judicial Watch Sues State Department for John Kerry’s Calendars and Travel Costs as Biden Climate Envoy

Judicial Watch announced recently that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State for details of climate envoy John Kerry’s office, including his calendars, the identities of its staff members and its cost of his travel.

Air Marshals Sent to Mexican Border to Help with Welfare Checks, Hospital Watch, Transportation

To help deal with “a surge in irregular migration,” the Biden administration is deploying Federal Air Marshals (FAM) to the Mexican border to “protect the life and safety of federal personnel,” according to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memorandum sent to the highly skilled law enforcement officers this week via electronic mail. Judicial Watch obtained a copy of the urgent directive from various recipients at the agency, which operates under the beleaguered Transportation Security Administration (TSA), created after 9/11 to prevent another terrorist attack.

Judicial Watch Sues HHS Regarding Stability and Manufacturing of Abortion Drug Mifeprex

“Our experience is that this chemical abortion pill did not and will not receive appropriate review from the politicized FDA,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “It is outrageous that Judicial Watch has had to sue in federal court for basic safety information about the abortion pill, which is being pushed on women by a desperate pro-abortion movement.”

Following Hip-Hop Diplomacy in South Asia State Dept. Funds Drag Shows in Latin America

In yet another questionable venture by the State Department to achieve foreign policy goals through art, the agency is giving a Latin American country nearly $21,000 to produce drag shows. The goal, according to the government’s grant announcement, is to promote diversity and inclusion by funding three workshops, 12 drag theater performances and a two-minute documentary. The project is part of the State Department’s foreign diplomacy programs, which aim to advance national interests and enhance national security by informing and influencing foreign publics, according to the grant document.


In The News

Fox News: Biden schooled for equating PPP loans with student loan handout to bash GOP: ‘Policy-illiterate talking point’

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 Federalist: Judicial Watch sues Biden admin over John Kerry’s travel costs, calendar, staffer info

Government watchdog group Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit to obtain information and documents from Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s office that have been hidden from public view.

Judicial Watch’s lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia last month, alleges that the State Department has blocked the group from obtaining basic information about the internal operations of Kerry’s office in violation of the Freedom of Information Act. The 1967 law requires the federal government to disclose information and documents upon request.

The Federalist: With Drag Shows And ‘Genderfluid’ Internships, It’s No Wonder Military Recruiting Is Down

Institutional groupthink and delusion have become endemic at the Pentagon. It started on Inauguration Day, 2021, when President Joe Biden directed all government agencies to devise and enforce diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) mandates.

“Diversity” and “nondiscrimination” are important, but percentage-based “equity” goals differ from “equality.” Additional Biden administration orders reversed President Donald Trump’s nuanced policy regarding transgender military personnel and erased Trump’s directive eliminating controversial critical race theory (CRT) instruction programs.


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