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DeSantis Campaign Uses AI Deepfakes in
Attack Ad Against Trump, Prompting Backlash
Posted by earlybird 6/10/2023 4:48:08 PM Post Reply
Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and his 2024 presidential campaign have come under criticism for using fake images generated with artificial intelligence (AI) depicting former President Donald Trump with Dr. Anthony Fauci. A Twitter account called DeSantis War Room shared a video showing several images of Trump and Fauci, three of which depicted Trump hugging and kissing Fauci on the face with the caption “REAL LIFE TRUMP,” suggesting a close relationship. “Donald Trump became a household name by FIRING countless people *on television.* But when it came to Fauci …,” (snip) the three images showing Trump hugging and kissing Fauci were later identified as fake and AI-generated by AFP Fact Check.
Dershowitz: Dems Who Opposed ‘Dangerous’
and ‘Unconstitutional’ Espionage Act
Now ‘Rooting for it to Be Applied Broadly’
Posted by earlybird 6/10/2023 2:32:42 PM Post Reply
On Friday’s broadcast of Newsmax TV’s “The Record,” Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz commented on the indictment against former President Donald Trump and the Espionage Act charges contained in the indictment by saying that the Espionage Act “is one of the most dangerous and unconstitutional statutes ever passed” that was passed with the intent to jail dissidents. And that for several decades, “every liberal, every progressive, every Democrat I know was against this statute” but now they are “all rooting for it to be applied broadly to conduct that has nothing to do with espionage” and didn’t put national security at risk.
Jeff Clark Gives Solid Take on DOJ Trump
Indictment Scheme
Posted by earlybird 6/10/2023 1:45:18 PM Post Reply
Rather than write 10,000 highly specific and legally granular words to deconstruct the Trump indictment, I will share the opinion of others with supporting analysis and add some substance to the issues. (snip) First, it is important to always remember why this indictment is taking place. The DOJ, specifically Lisa Monaco, are continuing the offensive against Trump in large part to cover for the actions of the Obama administration in the originating targeting of their political opposition. Originating Spygate operations (’15-’16), Russiagate (’16-’17), Mueller (’17-’19), Impeachment #1 (’19-’20), Durham (’19-’23) and Jack Smith ’22-present, are all part of one long continuum of weaponized DOJ and FBI operations.
Legal Opinions On Trump Indictment Incoming replies
Posted by earlybird 6/9/2023 9:12:46 PM Post Reply
I need to get this out of the way up front. I’m disappointed in one of my go-to legal analysts, Jonathan Turley. I understand that he’s a buddy of Bluto Barr and that—having read between the lines over the preceding several years—he’s probably a Never Trumper at heart, despite his fairminded handling of the faux impeachments. I expected better of him here.Onward. CTH has been hammering away on the Espionage Act angle—793(e). And with good reason. Obviously CTH is getting some good legal advice. Here CTH highlights a common misunderstanding. Violations of the Espionage Act need not involve “classified” documents. In fact, the entire classification system is a post WW2 innovation:
How to commit the perfect coup against
a president and his supporters
Posted by earlybird 6/9/2023 3:51:21 PM Post Reply
Everything from here on out is a theory, but it's a theory based upon readily available facts. If you look at them in a particular way, those readily available facts show a sustained pattern of subverting the will of the people to obtain total political power, something that culminated in the recently announced indictment against Donald Trump. If I were trying to overthrow a duly elected president, I'd start by saying he conspired with a foreign power to cheat in the election. I'd believe I could get away with this charge because I would have the media on my side, (snip). It would help that members of the
Trump Can Run for President While Being
Indicted: Here’s the Main Reason Why
Posted by earlybird 6/9/2023 2:03:58 PM Post Reply
Former President Donald Trump can still continue to run for president in 2024 after he announced that he’s being federally indicted on charges relating to whether he mishandled classified records, according to legal experts. After Trump was charged by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office earlier this year in a separate case, some noted that the U.S. Constitution only requires that a candidate be a natural-born citizen, at least 35 years old, and be a resident of the United States for at least 14 years. Retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz told The Epoch Times in March that Trump could run—and serve—”from prison” if he is convicted and sentenced.
Greg Kelly Outlines the ‘Get Trump’
Weaponization Scheme Behind NARA
Posted by earlybird 6/9/2023 12:09:56 PM Post Reply
In a good segment of encapsulation, Newsmax host Greg Kelly does a great job outlining how the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) created a double-standard specifically to target President Donald Trump after he left office.(snip) Kelly highlights remarks by former Trump attorney Timothy Parlatore who was responsible for trying to reconcile the issues that NARA had created. I’ve also included further context with video segments from Tim Parlatore below. (snip)The letter is fascinating because it outlines how the process of moving documents from the White House was weaponized by a politically motivated National Archives and Records Administration (“NARA”), and the letter also gives fulsome context
Trump indicted, not Hillary, Hunter or Milley replies
Posted by earlybird 6/9/2023 10:40:36 AM Post Reply
The indictment of President Trump is hooey. Washington no more cares about national security than it cares about Poca Dot football or whether I finally am allowed by my wife to buy that Bentley. I don’t know about the leaders in your state, but in West Virginia they stand with the people, the president and the Constitution. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey tweeted, “Here we go again with another political prosecution. I think every American (including the other Presidential candidates) should speak out against having two different systems of justice. No double standards!”
See Prince Hussein and Rajwa Al Saif’s
Official Wedding Portrait
Posted by earlybird 6/8/2023 11:24:25 PM Post Reply
Prince Hussein married Saudi Arabian architect Rajwa Al Saif last week in an opulent royal wedding full of tiaras and guests from around the world. Today, the Royal Hashemite Court released a portrait with "distinguished guests ahead of the official dinner banquet" at Al Husseiniya Palace.(snip)In the center, Prince Hussein stands next to his bride, Princess Rajwa. On either side of the couple are the Jordanian monarchs, King Abdullah II and Queen Rania (snip) Standing behind Rajwa to her right is U.S. First Lady Jill Biden, who attended the wedding with her daughter, Ashley Biden (Ashley is not in the portrait).
'A train wreck coming': Americans brace
for the return of student loan payments
Posted by earlybird 6/8/2023 5:34:56 PM Post Reply
Jamilla Vanbuckley would like to buy a home one day. A correctional counselor in New York City, Vanbuckley has been living with her parents and tucking as much money as possible into her savings account. But by late summer, she expects a new expense to enter her monthly budget – gradually paying off the $68,000 she owes in student debt. "I'm gonna have to dip into my savings to start paying back on August 29," she said, mentioning the day that payments for direct federal student loans are set to resume. "And now that kind of hinders the goals I had set for myself for the next couple of years."
Candidate Mike Pence Outlines the GOPe
Playbook to Take Down MAGA Trump
Posted by earlybird 6/8/2023 5:22:45 PM Post Reply
People ask me every day how I can remain optimistic when everything around us is created by lies, deceit, manipulation and corruption. The answer is simple, truth is power. (snip). If you want to live in the light of truth, don’t be average – be extraordinary. (snip) There is a coordination in the background, we can all see and feel it. Inherently, instinctually we can sense it. It is not coincidental that on the same day the DC aligned media begin pushing stories of Trump indictments (snip) we see the great deceiver, Mike Pence, stand with forked tongue and grand prose to push a narrative based on Machiavellian fraud.
Who is Really Conducting the Jack Smith
Prosecution of Trump? Lawfare’s Andrew
Weissmann and Norm Eisen?
Posted by earlybird 6/8/2023 3:45:16 PM Post Reply
On June 2nd former Mueller special counsel and impeachment operatives Andrew Weissmann and Norm Eisen published their current Trump prosecution memo [Read Here] using a novel and arcane interpretation of US Code 793. Four days later media began reporting from leaks within the Jack Smith special counsel of the main legal approach they were going to use against President Trump [citation]. What approach is Jack Smith taking, US Code 793! This is not coincidental. (memo)Andrew Weissmann and Norm Eisen wrote this memo last week. Special Counsel Jack Smith is using it now. At the time the 186-page Weissmann & Eisen guidance was completed, CTH drew attention