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Congress orders telecommunications companies to clean up TOXIC lead cables

July 17, 2023 -

Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) wrote in a letter to USTelecom, an industry group that represents telecommunications giants like AT&T and Verizon, that the telecom industry must act now to clear the ground of these cables to avoid a public health disaster.

"The telecommunications companies responsible for these phone lines must act swiftly and responsibly to ensure the mitigation of any environmental and public health effects," Markey said.

"The members of USTelecom ...

Congress launches probe into controversial appointment of Trump’s prosecutor Matthew Colangelo

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Jordan sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding communications and other records about the Department of Justice's (DOJ) coordination with Bragg as well as Matthew Colangelo's personnel files, including those related to his hiring and departure from the DOJ.

"Mr. Colangelo's recent employment history demonstrates his obsession with investigating a person rather than prosecuting a crime. At the New York Attorney General's Office, Mr. Colangelo ran investigations ...

Congress just turned America into your worst nightmare surveillance police state

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In what Rep. Zoe Lofgren refers to as “Patriot Act 2.0,” the definition of service providers has been expanded, dramatically raising the government’s power to force businesses around the country to help them carry out surveillance without a warrant. Although Section 702 was originally intended to be used to spy on non-U.S. citizens abroad, it has been used to facilitate warrantless access to Americans’ private emails, text messages and phone calls.

Sen. Wyden was one of the ...

Congress approves extension of U.S. government’s warrantless surveillance powers despite opposition

December 20, 2023 - congressional leadership that the law "has a history of abuse."

"While the law only allows collection of communications from non-U.S. citizens who don't reside on U.S. soil, those communications may sometimes be with U.S. citizens. While Section 702 requires the collection of data on U.S. citizens and residents to be minimized, it allows for some exceptions. If, for example, a foreign terrorist indicated that a United States person was a key member of an ongoing ...

Congress abandons Ukraine aid in temporary funding bill to avert government shutdown

October 02, 2023 -

The package drops Ukraine aid, a White House priority opposed by a growing number of GOP lawmakers. But it meets Biden's request of increasing federal disaster assistance by $16 billion.

The bipartisan deal, which funds the government until Nov. 17, comes after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy failed to unite the disparate factions within the Republican Party, leaving him short of being able to pass a short-term funding bill to keep the government open until Oct. 31.

McCarthy ...

Congress passes ANOTHER stopgap spending bill, delaying long-term solution to budget crisis

November 16, 2023 -

By a vote of 336 to 95, with 209 Democrats and 127 Republicans supporting it, the House passed another stopgap government funding bill. Ninety-three Republicans and two Democrats were opposed to the measure.

The measure extends government funding through mid-January and now heads to the Senate, where a bipartisan group of supporters has expressed support for the stopgap bill.

The current bill gives lawmakers in both the House and the Senate more time to agree ...

Congress renews spying act that allows WARRANTLESS SURVEILLANCE of Americans, which is blatantly unconstitutional

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A group of 19 conservative lawmakers blocked a procedural vote on Wednesday, April 10, but House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) reportedly persuaded them to lift their veto. On Friday morning, they agreed that they would allow a vote to take place if Johnson cut Section 702's funding from five years to two and held a separate vote on an amendment that would require the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other spy agencies to obtain warrants before using the program against Americans....

Congress seeks emails suggesting Fauci worked behind the scene to discredit COVID lab leak stories

July 12, 2023 -

Morens is a senior scientific adviser to Fauci when the latter was still the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

Ohio Republican Rep. Brad Wenstrup, chairman of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, has asked Morens to surrender documents and communications from his personal email and cellphone. The request follows information suggesting that Morens is intentionally using non-government communications to avoid ...

Congress introduces ADL-backed ‘Countering Antisemitism Act’ to police online speech (and silence criticism of Israel)

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The bill comes as Israel is committing an active genocide of Palestinians with US-supplied bombs and inducing a man-made famine in Gaza.

"The Countering Antisemitism Act is the most far-reaching antisemitism initiative to be introduced in Congress," ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said Thursday on X. "It offers a smart, bipartisan, whole-of-government and whole-of-society approach to combating ...

Congress moves forward with proposed ban on Beijing-linked biotech firm allegedly STEALING DNA from Americans

December 01, 2023 -

The measure passed by the Republican-controlled House of Representatives prohibits the purchase of biotechnology equipment or services from all U.S. adversaries – including North Korea, Russia, Iran and China. It was introduced by Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI), the chairman of the House China Select Committee.

In particular, it seeks to ban the BGI Group – formerly the Beijing Genomics Institute – from doing business in America. BGI Group, which is among the largest genomic ...

Congress launches probe of virologist who may have misled lawmakers, intelligence community on COVID lab leak

July 24, 2023 -

According to a newly obtained email by U.S. Right to Know, Kristian Andersen, Ph.D., a virologist at the Scripps Institute, provided assurances to officials from various government agencies during a briefing organized by the U.S. Department of State's intelligence analysts in early 2020. In the briefing, Andersen claimed that SARS-CoV-2 had a natural origin.

Since January 2020, Andersen has played a prominent role in discrediting the concept of a laboratory origin for SARS-CoV-2 ...

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee is the poster child of DEI

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After all, this is the same woman who, back in 2017, powered through a seven-minute MSNBC interview with a bloody nose, never once stopping to address it.


When MSNBC anchor Chris Jansing cut to Jackson Lee’s camera feed, the member of the Congressional Black Caucus said “Get away!” and motions for someone off camera to keep back.

Jackson Lee then went through the entire seven-minute interview ...

Congressional Republicans introduce LIABLE ACT to hold COVID vaccine makers accountable for mass injuries, deaths

March 12, 2024 -

Roy said, “The American people deserve justice for the infringement on their personal medical freedom and those medically harmed deserve restitution.”

In 2020, the COVID jab was given emergency use authorization through the Department of Defense and did not go through the standard FDA approval process. To make matters worse, when the COVID vaccine makers contracted with the U.S. government, they were granted a liability shield. The Public Readiness and Preparedness (PREP) ...

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Congress exempts itself from Obamacare

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