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U.S. Department of Justice Considers Appointing Special Counsel to Investigate Hunter Biden Corruption Case

This despite outgoing AG Barr’s claim that a special counsel would not be needed

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U.S. Department of Justice Considers Appointing Special Counsel to Investigate Hunter Biden Corruption Case

The outgoing US Attorney General Barr has publicly stated that he will not consider appointing a special counsel to investigate the corruption case of President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.

“I think to the extent that there’s an investigation, I think that it’s being handled responsibly and professionally currently within the department and to this point, I have not seen a reason to appoint a special counsel and I have no plan to do so before I leave,”  Barr said. 

Many people consider the differences of opinion between Barr and the president.

When a reporter asked Barr whether he was worried that the Biden administration would end the investigation of Hunter Biden if he did not appoint a special adviser, Barr replied:“I’m hoping that the next administration handles that matter responsibly,” 

But obviously, Barr’s view is too optimistic and too understatement. Many people believe that special counsel is needed to investigate the matter, because the attorney general appointed by Biden to investigate the president’s son would create an obvious conflict of interest.

Now, Barr’s decision is likely to be changed. According to Fox News, the US Department of Justice is considering appointing a special counsel to investigate the matter. This means that once the Special Counsel initiates the investigation, no matter who is elected President of the United States, Hunter Biden’s corruption case will be investigated to the end, and the numerous crocodiles drawn from the HardDriveGate will surface, and the first one will be Joe Biden.

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CNN paid $35,000 To Left-Wing Activist For Footage Of Fatal Capitol Shooting…

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CNN paid ,000 To Left-Wing Activist For Footage Of Fatal Capitol Shooting…

A left-wing activist facing criminal charges for his involvement in the Capitol riots received $35,000 from both CNN and NBC for footage he recorded of a Trump supporter being fatally shot inside the Capitol building, according to records he filed in federal court on Tuesday.

Lawyers for John Sullivan, a 26-year-old Utah native, disclosed the payments as part of the activist’s argument that he was acting as a journalist in the Capitol rather than a rioter.

“Defendant is legitimately self-employed as a documentarian and it is oppressive to require that he not be allowed to continue his primary area of employment for an extended period of time,” Steven R. Kiersh, the Sullivan lawyer, wrote in a court filing in which he argued for Sullivan to be allowed to continue using Facebook and Twitter.

Sullivan, who founded the social justice group Insurgence USA, was charged on Jan. 13 with illegally entering the Capitol, civil disorder, and violent or disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

SOURCE: Daily Caller

SOURCE 2: Breitbart

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BITCOIN GOES BOOM ^ ABOVE 50K 1st TIME E V E R.

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BITCOIN GOES BOOM ^ ABOVE 50K 1st TIME E V E R.

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  • Bitcoin surged to an all-time high of more than $50,000 on Tuesday.
  • Large firms like Tesla, Mastercard and BNY Mellon have shown support for cryptocurrencies.
  • Many crypto investors believe the current bull run is different to a late 2017 bubble.

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A New World Order — Tech coalition creating digital vaccination passport…

Some governments already say they will mandate that people provide proof of their shots in order to enter their nation…

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A New World Order — Tech coalition creating digital vaccination passport…

A coalition of health and technology organizations are working to develop a digital COVID-19 vaccination passport to allow businesses, airlines and countries to check if people have received the vaccine.

The Vaccination Credential Initiative, announced on Thursday, is formulating technology to confirm vaccinations in the likelihood that some governments will mandate people provide proof of their shots in order to enter the nation.

The organization hopes the technology will allow people to “demonstrate their health status to safely return to travel, work, school and life while protecting their data privacy.”

The initiative, which includes members like Microsoft, Oracle and U.S. nonprofit Mayo Clinic, is using the work from member Commons Project’s international digital document that verifies a person has tested negative for COVID-19, the Financial Times reported.

The Commons Project’s technology, created in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation, is being utilized by three major airline alliances

The coalition is reportedly in discussions with several governments to create a program requiring either negative tests or proof of vaccination to enter, Paul Meyer, the chief executive of The Commons Project, told the Times.

“The goal of the Vaccination Credential Initiative is to empower individuals with digital access to their vaccination records so they can use tools like CommonPass to safely return to travel, work, school, and life, while protecting their data privacy,” Meyer said in a release.

The people who have vaccinated are currently receiving a piece of paper confirming their vaccination he said, but the coalition could develop a digital certificate using electronic medical records.

The technology will need to allow patients to keep their data secure while being available in a digital wallet or a physical QR code for them to regulate who sees the information.

The Vaccination Credential Initiative expects certain businesses such as event planners and universities will require their consumers, students and workers to provide proof of vaccination, according to the Times.

Source: The Hill

“An illusion it will be, so large, so vast it will escape their perception.

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