News Roundup & Comment
Series Crosstalk America
These stories and more made up this edition of the Round-Up for the week:
--Yesterday word came forth that the Senate is postponing the vote on the Respect for Marriage Act (HR8404).
--Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney suggested that he might vote for an amended version of the Respect for Marriage Act if it contained "carve-outs" for religious liberty.
--More than 400 prominent Republicans have signed on to a letter in support of the Respect for Marriage Act.
--Former President Trump alleged via post on Truth Social that the FBI was paying people to steal the 2020 presidential election.
--Tuesday evening, "Pillow Guy" Mike Lindell revealed that he was the victim of a surprise subpoena served by the FBI at a Hardees Restaurant in Mankato, Minnesota.
--Facebook Chief Mark Zuckerberg has now been caught spying on private messages of those who use the social media platform and reporting them to the FBI.
--Fox News host Tucker Carlson has warned that every American should be terrified by the FBI's recent confrontation with an innocent woman in which agents claimed an anonymous tipster told them she had been at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.
--Florida-based U.S District Judge Aileen Cannon on Thursday appointed a senior Brooklyn federal judge to serve as special master to independently review documents that the FBI seized from former President Trump's estate.
--A senior World Economic Forum official accused Canadian politicians of spreading disinformation apparently for citing founder Klaus Schwab's boast that the globalist organization had penetrated the nation's cabinet.
|Sep 16, 2022