The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, commonly referred to as the coronavirus relief package, allocated $500 billion in emergency funds for individuals and businesses that were being impacted by the pandemic. On Tuesday, the Senate passed a $483.4 billion aid package that will replenish the Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP). The PPP has been a saving grace for many businesses, especially as they attempt to keep employees on the payroll.
☆ Democrats Know Voter Fraud Is Their Only Path To Victory In November
A prominent Democratic lawyer who represented Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is threatening to sue the state of Nevada unless it immediately suspends prosecutions for ballot harvesting before the June 9 primary, among a slew of other demands, according to a letter obtained by Fox News on Tuesday.
Rank & Vile: DOJ Inspector General Identifies 93% Non-Compliance With FISA Review
☆ Meanwhile: While Everyone Runs Around With Their Hair On Fire Over The Flu
After the DOJ Offfice of Inspector General (OIG), Michael Horowitz, presented his December 2019 findings of the FISA application used against U.S person Carter Page, the gross deficiencies and intentional fraud were so extensive the IG said he was going to review a sample of FISA applications to identify if the fraud and abuse was widespread.
☆The Communists In Beijing Are Lying To “Save Face”
NOTE: I understand two weeks ago I said I was going to avoid publishing Covid 19 story threads here on The New Americanist because even at that time, everyone already seemed oversaturated & burned out on all the virus news coverage. As I do not ever wish this website to simply become another 24/7 CV19 news channel, I also in no way exaggerate when I say it has become almost impossible now to source stories from anywhere on the Web which are not either directly about CV19; or, somehow related. I understand the following is quite lengthy & detailed, but also extremely comprehensive & accurate. It is presented here now as a matter of record & reference for reader consideration.
This morning news broke out that four Republican senators are being accused of dumping their stocks after being briefed on the coronavirus in private meetings. Richard Burr of North Carolina, Kelly Loeffler of Georgia, James Inhofe of Oklahoma and Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. The mainstream media was quick to attack the GOP members as corrupt but it seems they are not alone.