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Historic Judicial Watch Gerrymander Win Could Set National Precedent
The judge was not pulling any punches. Siding with Judicial Watch in a challenge to a congressional redistricting plan cooked up by Democrats dominating the Maryland state legislature, Judge Lynne Battaglia—herself a Democrat—threw haymakers. The Democrat redistricting map was an “extreme partisan gerrymander.” Democrats had attempted to “suppress the voice of Republican voters.” It was drawn up with “partisanship as predominant intent.” It violated state constitutional provisions on equal protection and free speech. It subordinated “constitutional criteria to political consideration.”
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton’s A REPUBLIC UNDER ASSAULT to be Available for Sale in Paperback on May 17
Judicial Watch, the nation’s largest and most effective government watchdog group, announced recently that President Tom Fitton’s New York Times bestseller book, A Republic Under Assault, The Left’s Ongoing Attack on American Freedom, will be available for sale in paperback on May 17.
U.S. Gives Terrorist Nation $15 Billion in Humanitarian Aid Despite Fraud, Abuse
The U.S. government sends a monstrous amount of aid without oversight to countries largely controlled by terrorists, even after reports of widespread fraud, abuse and corruption by radical elements that limit the humanitarian assistance from reaching those in need. As an example, this week the U.S. announced it was providing Syria with an additional $808 million in emergency relief to provide citizens in the Middle Eastern country with food, healthcare, shelter, multipurpose cash, water, agriculture support for farmers, sanitation, and other services.
YouTube Censors Judicial Watch Video on Election Integrity and Biden Corruption – Locks Watchdog Out of Account for Seven Days
Judicial Watch announced recently that YouTube censored a Judicial Watch video about Biden corruption and election integrity issues in the 2020 election. The video titled “Impeach? Biden Corruption Threatens National Security” was falsely determined to be “election misinformation” and removed by YouTube, and Judicial Watch’s YouTube account was suspended for a week. The video featured an interview of Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. Judicial Watch continues to post its video content on its Rumble channel.
In The News
The New York Post: Trial opens in Trump-Russia case of Hillary Clinton’s ‘Alfa Bank’ lawyer
Special Counsel John Durham’s three-year probe into the FBI and Robert Mueller’s investigations of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign will reach a critical moment with Monday’s trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann.
“If Sussmann, one of Hillary Clinton’s top campaign lawyers, is convicted, it will further confirm that Trump is a crime victim,” said Tom Fitton, president of the conservative Judicial Watch activist group.
The Daily Wire: Fauci, Collins Shared In ‘Secret’ NIH ‘Royalties’ Totaling $350M: Watchdog Report
The NIH has resisted turning over information, treating the royalty payments like “a state secret,” according to Andrzejewski. The agency ignored OpenTheBooks.com’s Freedom of Information Act request, forcing the group to go to court with Judicial Watch, he said. Once in court, the NIH slow-walked production of documents it was ordered to hand over, and redacted key information, he said.
Under court order, the NIH has agreed to produce 300 pages a month, but insisted on producing documents related to Fauci last – sometime in November, according to Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.
CNS News: Conservatives React to Leaked Supreme Court Justice’s Opinion to Overturn Roe v. Wade
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said in a statement, “The leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion on Roe is a dangerous obstruction of justice. And, it could very well lead to intimidation and violence directed at Supreme Court justices. This unprecedented leak fits with the Left’s continued assault against the Supreme Court.”