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NIH’s Francis Collins Arrested on Charges of Fraud, Treason, Murder

When most people think of the NIH, they think of Deep State Dr. Anthony Fauci, the criminal administration’s vaccine-pusher-in-chief, a weasel who has misused...

Dick Cheney Flees U.S. for New Zealand

On the day George W. Bush was arrested for treason and murder, his former partner in crime, Richard Bruce Cheney, also the target of...

Military Convicts George W. Bush

The military commission empowered to decide the fate of George W. Bush found the former president guilty of treason and murder, and decreed on...

George W. Bush Military Tribunal: Day 4, Part I

This is from Wednesday. There was no court on Tuesday for reasons not provided to me. At the start of Wednesday’s proceedings Rear Adm. Darse...

George W. Bush Military Tribunal: Day 3, Part II

Soft-spoken and reclusive, Donald Evans was an unassuming figure in George W. Bush’s corrupt administration. A longtime friend of “double-yew,” as he referred to...

George W. Bush Military Tribunal: Day 3, Part I

Rear Adm. Darse E. Crandall opened Monday’s proceedings by reading a handwritten note Dick Cheney had given to George W. Bush in June 2001....

FEMA Arrives in Tornado-Stricken Kentucky—With VACCINATIONS

The often-sluggish Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) arrived in Kentucky only hours after a freak mid-December tornado outbreak laid waste entire towns and killed...

George W. Bush Military Tribunal: Day 2

Friday, December 10 George W. Bush had been president less than a year when thoughts of wealth, power, and influence consumed his malleable mind and...

George W. Bush Military Tribunal: Day 1

Wednesday, December 8 The officers empaneled to judge the military’s case against George W. Bush sat in silence as the defendant, shackled at the wrists...

George W. Bush Denied Tribunal Extension

Tensions mounted Friday morning between the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps and attorneys scheduled to represent former President George W. Bush, with the...

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