The people are fighting back in Canada and Trudeau is retreating and hiding because he is losing the narrative. People see that this is not helping the economy. GDP shoots up to 6.9%, but it’s not what you think. Pending home sales collapse.
The Great Reset is being pushed using Russia. The [DS] is panicking, they know they are losing and now they forced a SC Justice out. They accelerated their plan and it doesn’t work – they are done for.
The Senate was the key. Scavino sent a message: change of narrative coming, think MB.
Will the new narrative bring Obama into everything that is going on? It is starting to seem like it. The [DS] is preparing to fight back.
- The Canadian ‘Freedom Convoy’ of truckers, pushing back against COVID mandates, forced vaccinations and government regulations, began late last week and has gained incredible support from the public. It is very challenging to put the scale of this grassroots effort into an adequate context.
- The fundraiser for the effort now exceeds $5.5 million dollars and still climbing. It is now estimated that over 50,000 vehicles are participating in the convoy effort, and the Canadian Dept of Transportation is doing everything possible to stop, block and impede the assemblies.
- Every federal truck stop and DOT weigh station has been opened, and every truck is being required to go through the DOT checks. This is not accidental. The movement has now evolved into a conflict of the average Canadian, represented by the truckers, -vs- the oppressive government, represented by the activated federal agencies of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. It really has become an incredible example of THE PEOPLE -vs- GOVERNMENT.
Now Trudeau is self isolating because he came in contact with someone that has covid.
Change in private inventories added a whopping 4.90% to GDP, up from 2.2% in Q3, a huge increase which accounted for over 70% of the bottom line 6.9% GDP print.
In other words, the inventory restocking process is now running red hot – even if many won’t notice it on the shelves of their favorite retailer – and in future quarters will likely lead to further declines in GDP, which is a problem for a Fed preparing to hike “5 or 6” times in 2022.
- Pending home sales defied predictions of a rebound at year-end, falling by 3.9 percent compared with a downwardly revised November estimate, data from the National Association of Realtors showed Thursday.
- Compared with a year ago, pending home sales fell 6.9 percent. Sales were down by 10 percent or more in both the Northeast and the West. Sales fell in the Midwest and the South, as well.
- The Federal Reserve signaled on Jan. 26 that it will likely raise U.S. interest rates in March for the first time in more than three years in an effort to tighten monetary policy.
- The Biden administration is preparing to release an executive action that will task federal agencies with regulating digital assets such as Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as a matter of national security, a person familiar with the White House’s plan tells Barron’s.
- The national security memorandum, expected to come in the next few weeks, would task parts of the government with analyzing digital assets and assembling a regulatory framework that covers cryptos, stablecoins, and NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, this person…
- US lawmakers have suggested in recent weeks that Russia could be removed from SWIFT, a high security network that connect thousands of financial institutions around the world.
- In July 2019, Solomon filed an initial open, public records request under Missouri’s Sunshine Law for all records of contacts between Gardner’s office and Soros, the Safety and Justice PAC, the Missouri Workforce Housing Association, and several other groups and individuals.
- The suit seeks information on contacts with those named from Jan. 6, 2017 through July 3, 2019.
- Gardner initially ignored the request, then claimed the requested documents were exempt from the state’s sunshine provision, refusing to disclose them.
- The Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, ruled Tuesday that St. Louis’ top prosecutor must hand over records concerning her bungled prosecution of former Gov. Eric Greitens to Just the News CEO and Editor in Chief John Solomon, who filed an open-records request for the documents.
- Judge Christopher McGraugh ordered the office of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner, one of the nation’s first prosecutors bankrolled by liberal megadonor George Soros, to produce every document requested by Solomon.
- The trial court ruled in favor of Solomon in 2020, finding Gardner’s office purposefully violated the Sunshine Law. According to the judgment, Gardner’s office had to search for and provide to Solomon all the public records he requested within 30 days.
- Solomon was also awarded a civil penalty of $5,000 and reasonable attorney’s fees and other costs associated with the lawsuit.
- Now, Gardner’s office must provide to Solomon “a list that identifies every document responsive to [his] Sunshine Law request” and to the court “a copy of every document responsive” to his request.
From Cleveland’s article: “Near the end of the special counsel’s 19-page discovery update and extension request came the fifth takeaway: something strange is going on in the Office of Inspector General.
According to yesterday’s filing, on December 17, 2021, the OIG provided the special counsel’s office a written forensic report concerning a “cyber-related matter” that Sussmann had told an OIG special agent in charge about. Specifically, in early 2017, Sussmann told the OIG agent that one of his “clients had observed that a specific OIG employee’s computer was ‘seen publicly’ in ‘Internet traffic’ and was connecting to a Virtual Private Network in a foreign country.”
When the OIG office provided Durham’s team the “forensic report,” it represented “that it had ‘no other file or other documentation’ relating to this cyber matter.”
However, one week ago, Sussmann’s attorneys informed Durham’s team that Sussmann had, in fact, personally met with the DOJ’s inspector general in March 2017, when he passed on the tip about the OIG employee’s connection to a foreign VPN. While Sussmann had not told the OIG his client’s name at the time, last week his lawyers informed Durham’s team that it was Tech Executive-1, i.e., Joffe, who had discovered the OIG employee’s computer connecting to a VPN in a foreign country.
Upon learning this news, Durham’s team promptly contacted the OIG again and learned, for the first time, that Sussmann had met with both the inspector general and his then-general counsel in March 2017 about the above-described cyber matter. Since then, including over this last weekend, the OIG has been providing further documentation related to that meeting to the special counsel’s office.“
Yes, it was Sussmann’s attorneys that alerted the Durham SCO that there was more documentation about this that hadn’t been turned over.
Sussmann volunteered this to the Durham SCO and it’s exactly the kind of inside baseball knowledge that a cooperating witness uses to demonstrate good faith with the prosecutors.
Sussmann looked over the Durham Special Counsel’s Office discovery evidence and volunteered to them the fact he’d personally met with the OIG to discuss this VPN business about Joffe, because he didn’t see any of the documentation about that personal visit among the discovery exhibits.
Marc Elias and every other member of the Clinton goon squad that reads this filing is going have this practically leap off the page and grab them by the throat. Sussmann’s flipped on them.