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New Details Appear to Connect Donald Trump to Rudy Raid

This investigation may be much larger than first reported.

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Earlier this week, we caught a small glimpse into the Justice Department’s feelings regarding the previous administration, and the news wasn’t good for Rudy Giuliani.

The former NYC Mayor, (and former personal attorney to Donald Trump), saw both his Manhattan apartment and office raided by federal agents, who left with a great deal of electronic equipment and other assorted evidence.  At first, the raid appeared to be solely tied to work that Giuliani had done in Ukraine, with some pundits wondering if this wasn’t just about some FISA issue.

Now, as new details emerge, it appears as though the story is growing dramatically, and that The Don himself may soon be involved.

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Rudy Giuliani’s successful push to have the American ambassador to Ukraine removed may have come back to haunt him—again. Sources tell the New York Times that the effort to oust Marie Yovanovitch, which was raised during Donald Trump’s first impeachment trial, is a main focus of the investigation that led to raids on Giuliani’s home and office Wednesday. Yovanovitch was abruptly fired in May 2019. The sources say federal investigators suspect that Giuliani pushed for Yovanovitch’s removal not just on behalf of Trump, but on behalf of Ukrainian officials and oligarchs who also wanted her out. Insiders say one of the warrants for Giuliani’s electronic devices cited the Foreign Agents Registration Act, which requires people lobbying the government on behalf of foreign officials to register with the Justice Department.

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Trump defended Giuliani after the raid occurred on Wednesday, calling into Fox News to say that he felt as though the investigation was “unfair”, and to reiterate his belief in Rudy’s patriotism.

 

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Florida Governor Offers Pardons to Anyone Convicted of COVID Infractions

That’s one way to take a stand.

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Every day, it becomes more obvious that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has dreams of running for President in 2024, and this week was no exception. The Sunshine State politician has aligned himself heavily with in-state political heavy-hitter Donald Trump on just about any issue out there, even taking some of these ideologies further than the former President himself. It seems as though DeSantis has a rather large grudge with COVID-19 precautions as well, consistently pushing for Florida to move quickly and sternly toward unfettered freedom on the matter.  He was one of the first state lawmakers to rescind coronavirus restrictions, and has made a very public show of it all, which has belied his belief in a higher political calling. On Wednesday, DeSantis took another very public shot at those who continue to see coronavirus as a public health threat in need of government intervention. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will pardon anyone in the Sunshine State charged for not wearing masks or socially distancing — breaking the news live on air to a gym-owning couple who were facing jail time for defying coronavirus safety recommendations. The Republican governor made the unexpected announcement on Fox News Wednesday as he decried county officials penalizing people. “It’s a total overreach,” he told Laura Ingraham. “These things with health should be advisory, they should not be punitive.” The governor did not mince his words. He broke the news of his pardon directly to Mike and Jillian Carnevale, who faced up to 120 days in jail for repeatedly allowing people to forgo masks at their gym in Plantation in Broward County. “I’m glad you have Mike and Jillian on, and I’m also glad to be on to be able to say that effective tomorrow morning, I’m going to sign a reprieve under my constitutional authority,”…

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Minnesota ‘Sovereign Citizen’ Films Himself Stealing Vaccines from Health Workers

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America is on a path to a grand economic recovery in 2021, with much of the success of this move hinging on whether or not we can convince enough folks to get vaccinated so that herd immunity is declared. Of course, as with anything in the land of the free, there are plenty of us who just aren’t going to go along with the program.  That’s the beauty of liberty:  You are your own unique individual, and you have the inalienable right to live your life however you wish, just so long as you don’t make a victim of someone else in the process. And so our health professionals are now encumbered with the issue of vaccine hesitancy, as more and more Americans find themselves concerned over the speed at which these vaccines were developed. Some have even taken their concern over these inoculations to the extreme, as evidenced by the latest news out of Minnesota. A 32-year-old St. Paul man has posted multiple Facebook videos of himself stealing Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines by pretending he wants to get vaccinated and walking out with the vials. Thomas E. Humphrey said on the videos he’s a member of the sovereign citizen movement, which is an anti-government extremist group that believes they are sovereign from the U.S. He also said on a video that he lost his business and home last year due to pandemic restrictions, and now lives in a van with his dog. He says on another video he has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, but disagreed with the diagnosis. Humphrey posted videos of himself walking into an Allina Health vaccination site in Oakdale and leaving with a vial of Pfizer vaccine, calling it poison. The following day, he posted a video of himself taking a vial of Johnson &…

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