So says the Judicial Watch YouTube page.
Among the topics in this video right-of-center Fox Business interview are the following.
- Attorney General Barr stating there may not be a report from U.S. Attorney Durham concerning the FBI and intelligence agencies;
- Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe stating he has had to coordinate with Durham’s review into the possible links of Russian interference in Trump’s 2016 campaign;
- an intelligence report showing that Russia is seeking to amplify concerns of mail-in voter fraud;
- North Carolina experiencing a high level of mail-in ballot requests; and other issues.
Judicial Watch is a nonprofit that MHProNews has periodically spotlighted. It tends to be conservative and is often ‘pro-Trump.’
The featured focus segment this evening is also from Judicial Watch. You’ll find that further below, following the quotable quotes, left-right headline bullets, and 2 of our 3 market summary snapshots at the closing bell today.
Quotes That Shed Light – American Social, Industry, National Issues…
Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business
- Reed Hastings lied
- Co-founder and director of Netflix Reed Hastings delivers a speech as he inaugurates the new offices of Netflix France, in Paris on January 17, 2020. – Hastings announced some 20 French projects by Netflix on January 17, 2020.
- The Netflix CEO admits he didn’t mean it when he said ‘family is most important’
- Century 21 files for bankruptcy and will close all of its stores
- Home Depot cancels Black Friday
- Mall owners set to buy JCPenney out of bankruptcy
- Citi names Jane Fraser as CEO, the first woman to lead a major US bank
- 61% of Americans looking for jobs right now want to switch careers
- Another 884,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week
- Manhattan had 15,000 empty apartments in August — a new record
- Warren Buffett and Marc Benioff are getting in on Snowflake’s IPO
- Elizabeth Holmes may attempt to claim ‘mental disease’ in Theranos criminal case
- One of the world’s top gamers just chose Amazon over Google or Facebook
- The NFL’s ratings problem is a distant memory
- Woodward can’t be blamed for withholding revelations about Trump’s early handling of the pandemic
- Homes and condominiums are seen in this aerial photograph taken over a Lennar Corp. development in San Diego, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020. U.S. sales of previously owned homes surged by the most on record in July as lower mortgage rates continued to power a residential real estate market thats proving a key source of strength for the economic recovery.
- Mortgage rates have fallen to a record low — for the 9th time this year
- Customers say dozens of AmazonBasics products explode, spark and catch fire
- This new electric car has over 1,000 horsepower
Headlines from right-of-center Fox Business
- Stocks tumble as tech and energy dip in late-day selloff
- S. equity markets shrugged off disappointing jobless claims data as mega-cap tech led the charge higher for a second day.
- Century 21 files for bankruptcy, to close all stores
- BUSINESS LEADERS
- Ex-Theranos CEO Holmes puts mental state at issue, to be examined by U.S. experts
- Ace Hardware apologizes to officer after employee’s ‘I smell bacon’ comments
- National debt dangers worsening — here’s what the Founders warned us about
- ‘FARMERS TO FAMILIES’
- Ivanka Trump travels to NC to promote food delivery program
- TOMMY’S CRIB
- REAL ESTATE
- Tommy Hilfiger’s Connecticut home listed for sale
- FOREIGN INTERFERENCE
- Microsoft detects new cyberattacks targeting 2020 election
- STIMULUS SHOWDOWN
- Odds of coronavirus aid deal dim as Washington deadlock continues
- HIT THE SLOPES
- Family seeking nanny who can ski, offering six figure salary
- QUARTERBACK SHUFFLE
- Cam Newton closing in on Tom Brady’s 2020 jersey sales lead
- NO IRISH EXIT
- Europe’s relationship with Facebook gets ‘complicated’ with data crackdown
- RADICAL DEMS?
- Varney: Democrats rush to aid the wealthy
- DAMAGED DREAMS
- Disney theme parks facing ‘lost year’ of revenue in 2021, analysts predict
- NFL player Josh Bellamy charged in $24M COVID relief loan scam
- Arby’s sells meat by the pound — but only in these locations
- NFL season opener juices sports-betting stocks
- Jamie Foxx signs deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment
- US economy perfectly poised for ‘very rapid’ recovery: Art Laffer
- Ahead of Apple product launch, Bose unveils new wireless earbuds, smart glasses
- Short-seller accuses GM-backed Nikola Motors of being ‘intricate fraud’
- Home Depot changes Black Friday shopping, offers 2 months of deals
- BUSINESS LEADERS
- Billionaire Ken Griffin spends $20M to campaign against Illinois tax hikes
- ‘Fresh Prince of Bel Air’ gets own clothing line for 30th anniversary
- Texas chains Luby’s and Fuddruckers closing, may be sold following COVID-19 shutdowns
- Singapore Airlines to cut 4,300 jobs amid coronavirus travel downturn
- Ben Affleck film producers sue insurance company over dispute about covering COVID-19 delay
- Rubio: GNC exposing Americans’ personal data to Chinese government
- Starbucks rolling out strawless, sippy-style lids on iced beverages this week
- Wall Street sees a bright side in ‘healthy’ tech selloff
- Chiefs tickets see increase on resale market for 2020 home opener, data suggests
- Lamborghini just sold its 10,000th Aventador supercar worth over $400G
- LVMH countersues Tiffany & Co. after acquisition breakdown
- NFL stadiums reinvent concessions stands to protect fans, leaving some workers on sidelines
Market Indicator Closing Summaries – Yahoo Finance Closing Tickers on MHProNews…
Featured Focus –
Where Business, Politics and Investing Can Meet
Even though Finton and Judicial Watch are largely ‘pro-Trump,’ the organization often takes on what it sees as ‘deep state’ actors or foot dragging within the executive branch of the federal government.
“The unabating insurrections across America’s cities are doing little to reassure Americans of a secure election day this year, according to Fitton. As the Judicial Watch President explains, “I’m concerned that the violence will seep into election day.… the president has to step in if the governors refuse to end the violence.”
The insurrectionist-led attacks on innocent Americans in our cities, starting with Washington, D.C. – have shown that the “violence is deadly, the violence is real.” The mob-like attacks, such as those on guests of the president’s White House RNC Convention Speech have highlighted how District residents “can’t trust the left wing politicians running the DC Police,” which in Fitton’s words, did little to contain or stop the violent extremists surrounding the White House complex two weeks ago. Just weeks before the RNC Convention, when the threat of insurrectionists forced the president into his bunker, Fitton argues that absent the “the president intervening to call in authorities, who knows, they could have lost the city!”
All of this serves to highlight what Fitton describes as a growing danger to our Republic. “It is not safe if politicians are not going to confront and disrupt the leftist insurrectionists trying to overthrown our Republic.” The president, as Fitton explains, “could be all that stands between the rule of law and the end of the Constitutional Republic.” Moreover, he states “the president should be encouraged to invoke the Insurrection Act in Portland and Seattle – and federalize the DC police.”
“This is deadly serious, and we have to think about how it is we protect the Republic under law… don’t be fooled by the media’s claim of ‘mostly peaceful’ protests. This is an insurrection, and it needs to end.””
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