FBI’s “Wiped” Phones, The Ambassador’s ‘Enemies List’ & Joe Biden’s Senate Records
Judicial Watch has fought relentlessly for more information on allegations surrounding ex-US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch’s ‘enemies list’ – a list compiled to “monitor the activities of U.S. citizens,” as Fitton described. Recently released documents have now confirmed the existence of the ‘enemies list’, which was compiled by the Ambassador’s staff in 2019. “There was an enemies list. it was being used to target the Trump team, it was likely illegal and they were warned about it,” Fitton explained. Read more.
Judicial Watch responded in court that it is impossible for the Biden Senate documents, which are housed in the University of Delaware’s Library to not be supported by public funds. Judicial Watch notes that the University admitted that “[t]he State of Delaware provides the University with approximately $120 million each year through an appropriation in the state budget,” but never shows how public funds are not used to support the papers. Read more.
The review of Lisa Page’s phone reads as follows: “Phone not found, phone found and with DOJ OIG, but according to AMZ on 9/19/18 conversation, the phone was restored to factory settings. Per email from DOJ OIG contact [redacted] on 10/17/18, the phone was restored to factory settings when they received it.” Read more.
The unabating insurrections across America’s cities are doing little to reassure Americans of a secure election day this year, according to Fitton. As the Judicial Watch President explains, “I’m concerned that the violence will seep into election day.… the president has to step in if the governors refuse to end the violence.” Read More.
Judicial Watch Leads The Fight in Cleaning Up Voter Rolls – The Epoch Times
Millions of young and minority voters are at risk of their votes not being counted in November due to mail-in voting problems and too few polling places, according to Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.).
The brief challenges two opinions issued by Delaware Deputy Attorney General Dorey L. Cole, who said that the university did not violate the state’s Freedom of Information Act law in denying requests submitted by Judicial Watch and the DCNF on April 30 for all records stored in the Biden library. The denied requests also sought any agreements pertaining to the storage of Biden’s Senate records and any logs or sign-in sheets recording any individuals who visited the location where the records are stored.
Remove BLM Lettering Now – The Washington Times
Judicial Watch filed suit against D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser to paint its message “Because No One Is Above The Law” on one of the city’s streets. So far, this request has been denied. That’s no surprise. It almost goes without saying that Washington has more than its share of biased, stupid Democratic officials who have allowed activists to paint conspicuous, raw political messaging on 16th Street in the first place.
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