The Museum of the Bible also claimed that exhibits of the Confederate flag and pro-slavery texts were only there to help understand the Bible’s role in the Civil War.
Such an explosive story should have made worldwide headlines, but as of July 2, there has been literally zero coverage of it across major news outlets.
“I’d like it to look like an accident, but robbery gone wrong may work better. So long as she is dead. I’d also like for her phone to be retrieved and destroyed irreparably in the process.”
The letters included work, home or cellphone numbers covering the period from April 15, 2017 to July 31, 2017 while Jeff Sessions was Attorney General.
Videos from 2017 allegedly show Chauvin striking a Black teenager in the head so hard that stitches were required.
The Times reviewed Cash App transactions between Greenberg, Gaetz, and several women mentioned in the interviews.
The federal government is intimidating local election officials in vote tallying amid calls by Trump to end counting where he is losing.
“One of the clearest rules in campaign finance is you can’t spend your campaign’s finances on yourself,” Noah Bookbinder.
House Democrats published a report accusing Google of abusing power and acting like “oil barons and railroad tycoons.
“We fear that Attorney General Barr intends to use the DOJ’s vast law enforcement powers to undermine our most fundamental democratic value: free and fair elections,” said the letter.