TIPSHEET: Sanctuary Cities, Antisemitism and Abortion
In the latest example of sanctuary madness, a U.S. city is awarding an illegal immigrant with a cash settlement because police detained him for federal authorities after being arrested for driving under the influence. The 29-year-old perpetrator, Edgar Torres Gutierrez, eventually pled guilty to a lesser charge of reckless driving and his pro bono attorneys from a nearby public university sued the city for violating his Constitutional rights as well as a statewide sanctuary law. Read more.
The impeachment trial of President Trump rolls on, but back in the real world, signs of a different sort of trouble are growing. It now seems clear we are living in a new anti-Semitic moment. From American college campuses to the streets of New York, from the cities of Europe to the Arab countries of the Middle East, reports of anti-Semitism emerge on a daily basis. Read more.
In the last few weeks alone the U.S. government has spent a whopping $113.5 million to help bring high-speed broadband to several rural areas throughout the country. In some of the cases multi-million-dollar investments will provide high-speed internet service to just a few hundred households, raising serious questions about the taxpayer investment. Read more.
“Abortion interests are abusing the law to try to challenge laws that seek to promote and protect the health of women and their unborn children,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The Supreme Court should put a stop to the misuse of the courts by interests that seek to overturn laws passed by the people’s representatives.” Read more.
Judicial Watch is going to court to uncover details of the alleged monitoring of President Trump’s family, lawyer, and journalists, as ordered by the since-recalled U.S. Ambassador to the Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch. Read more.
Deep Dive: Trump Senate Impeachment Trial & “The Kavanaugh Approach” – Judicial Watch Deep Dive
Finding communications that connect Ciaramella to the original Spygate scandal could very well be particularly damning for the Democrats’ case against Trump. The FOIA lawsuit filed by the conservative watchdog group suggested the alleged “whistleblower” worked with various “Obama Spygate” actors to bring down or at least sabotage the Trump presidency in an act that could be called a coup. Read more.
Farrell: It’s The Candidate, Not The Electoral College – The Daily Wire
A series of messages released by the DOJ shows lovers Page and Strzok discussing an “insurance policy” if Trump won the election. Echoing conservative media outlets, even the Washington Post was forced to admit the so-called “insurance” plan could refer to a “conspiracy to take down Trump.” Read more.
Tom Fitton: Senate Should Dismiss Trump Impeachment Trial — Investigate Schiff’s Misconduct!
Judicial Watch Finds MILLIONS of ‘Extra’ Voters on Voting Rolls in Multiple States–Lawsuits?
Tom Fitton: Yovanovitch, Schiff & the Whistleblower: Call YOUR Senators To Get Them To Testify!