Monday, April 19, 2021

Alan Dershowitz, First Guest On Mike Lindell’s “FRANK” Social Media Platform Drops Bombshell…Announces $1.6 Billion Lawsuit Against Dominion: “It is our right to look at Dominion’s source codes”

by Patty McMurray, The Gateway Pundit:

Mike Lindell’s first guest on the debut of his new social media platform “Frank” ( was one of America’s most prominent Constitutional lawyers, Alan Dershowitz.

100 Percent Fed Up – Mike opened his “Frank-a-Thon,” an all-day interview, with Dershowitz by announcing that “My Pillow” is suing Dominion for $1.6 billion for violating their First Amendment Right.

Apple Allows Parler’s Return To App Store


from ZeroHedge:

After removing the Trump-friendly social media platform, Parler, from the App Store back in January following the US Capitol riots, Apple has “approved” the app’s return following improvements to the moderation system, according to CNN, citing a letter Apple sent to Congress on Monday.

The letter – addressed to Sen. Mike Lee and Rep. Ken Buck, said Apple’s app review team said Parler’s moderation process is now “sufficient” for it to return to the ‌App Store‌.

Media Outlets Bombarded Trump With Mostly Negative Coverage. Now They Shower Biden With Mostly Positive Coverage, Study Finds.

by Ashe Schow, Daily Wire:

The first three months of President Joe Biden’s administration have been covered much differently than the way the first three months of President Donald Trump’s administration were covered.

The Media Research Center reviewed broadcast network – ABC, CBS, and NBC – coverage of the two presidencies from inauguration day to April 9..

Amazing update from the Health and Freedom event at Tulsa: Videos, updates, interviews and more

by Mike Adams, Natural News:

As you probably know by now, the world was astounded by a groundbreaking Health and Freedom event that took place in Tulsa, Oklahoma this last weekend thanks to Clay Clark from (the organizer of the event). Featuring speakers like Lin Wood, Gen. Michael Flynn, Mike Lindell and many others, the event was live streamed on to 329,000 viewers, and millions more watched on other platforms.

This article is intended to bring you videos and podcasts about the event while informing you of what else will be posted all this week (there’s a lot yet to come).

First the Gain, Then the Pain…

by Mike Gleason, Money Metals:

Welcome to this week’s Market Wrap Podcast, I’m Mike Gleason.

Gold and silver markets are exhibiting more signs of breaking out into a rally.

On Thursday, bond yields pulled back sharply. That helped fuel a new record in the Dow Jones Industrials. But the precious metals sector was an outperformer on the day, with mining stocks leading gold prices to a fresh multi-week high.

As of this Friday recording the upward momentum has continued and gold spot sports a weekly gain of 2.0% to come in at $1,786 an ounce. Silver is up 3.2% since last Friday’s close to trade at $26.23 per ounce. Platinum is unchanged for the week to trade at $1,223. And finally, palladium is trading up near a record high at $2,807 an ounce after advancing 4.7% so far this week.

A School for Spooks: The London University Department Churning Out NATO Spies

from MintPress News:

Alan Macleod uncovers the deep links between the British security state and the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, responsible for training a large number of British, American, and European agents and defense analysts.

LONDON — Last week, MintPress exposed how the supposedly independent investigative collective Bellingcat is, in fact, funded by a CIA cutout organization and filled with former spies and state intelligence operatives. However, one part of the story that has remained untold until now is Bellingcat’s close ties to the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, an institution with deep links to the British security state and one that trains a large number of British, American and European agents and defense analysts.

“Stunning Divergence”: Latest Bank Data Reveals Something Is Terminally Broken In The Financial System

from ZeroHedge:

There was a remarkable disclosure in the latest JPMorgan earnings report: the largest US bank – an entity that historically has best been known for making loans to the broader population – reported that in Q1 its total deposits rose by a whopping 24% Y/Y and up 6% from Q4, to $2.278 trillion, while the total amount of loans issued by the bank was virtually flat sequentially at $1.011 trillion, and down 4% from a year ago.

CNN Reporter Left Speechless When Bystander Asks About Project Veritas

by P.J. Gladnick, Newsbusters:

This just hasn’t been a good week for CNN reporter Sara Sidner. First we had a the spectacle on Monday at the site of rioting at Brooklyn Center, Minnesota in which a bystander confronted poor Sidner about CNN “twisting up” the story and making things worse.

If Sidner thought she would get a reprieve from being questioned about the bias of CNN she was woefully wrong because just days later another bystander brought up the highly embarrassing Project Veritas video showing a CNN technical director bragging about the outright bias of his network.

Here is that bystander causing an embarrassing brain freeze on the part of Sidner by bringing up that taboo subject.

Vast Stretches Of America Have Now Descended Into A State Of Deep Economic Hopelessness

by Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse Blog:

Even though the stock market has been booming and the corporate media is full of talk about “recovery”, there are many communities in the United States where a permanent atmosphere of despair seems to hang in the air.  The federal government gives us doctored numbers that show that the national unemployment rate is low, but in small towns all across the country it seems like almost everyone is either unemployed or working extremely low paying jobs.  Earlier this month, one such town was profiled by USA Today.  Even before the COVID pandemic came along, the little town of Ogdensburg, New York was deeply struggling, but now economic conditions have become extremely dire

Americans Exiled within America

by Fay Voshell, American Thinker:

“Exile” conjures images of banished figures like Napoleon, who languished on the island of Elba, rendered powerless by isolation.

Groups of people considered troublemakers also have been exiled from their lands.  Diasporas of “undesirables” like the Jews have been a constant in the history of nations whose rulers wanted to be rid of what they considered indigestible elements.

Exile within one’s own country by a totalitarian regime has been less noted.

For such an enterprise, we may look at Vichy France, which was under the thrall and control of a fascist political system imported by Germany but facilitated by   French citizens.  Non-conformists found themselves termed by Charles Maurras as “internal foreigners,” exiled within their own country.  Measures favored by an imported ideology were enacted against them.

Standing Strong Against the Left’s American Nightmare

by Terry Paulson, Townhall:

In as divided a country as we have, President Joe Biden is claiming a mandate to transform America into a socialist country most won’t recognize or want. To the radical left, patriotism is passé and a relic of the white supremacy that must be erased.

Bashing America seems to be a requirement to be including in the Biden administration. At the UN, we expect other countries to trash America, but we don’t expect it from our own ambassador. Biden’s UN ambassador, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, tells the National Action Network that if America is going to join the UN’s Human Rights Council, we must acknowledge that “white supremacy is weaved into our founding documents and principles.”