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Posted July 12, 2020, at 5:47 PM Pacific (8 hours ago)
By Andrew Desiderio
Sens. Mitt Romney and Pat Toomey condemned Donald Trump's decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime confidant Roger Stone — the first elected Republicans to denounce the president's Friday night move.

"Unprecedented, historic corruption: an American president commutes the sentence of a person convicted by a jury of lying to shield that very president," Romney (R-Utah) wrote on Twitter Saturday.

GOP lawmakers have been mostly silent about the commutation, which came just after a federal appeals court panel rejected Stone's last-ditch bid to delay the start of his 40-month prison sentence set to begin next week. Stone was convicted on seven felony charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller, including obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements.

Posted July 12, 2020, at 11:04 AM Pacific (15 hours ago)
By Natasha Korecki
CHICAGO — Tammy Duckworth is no longer an afterthought in the Democratic veepstakes.

The Illinois senator and Purple Heart recipient has landed squarely in the conversation after a high-profile clash with Tucker Carlson last week and her advocacy against politicization of the military in the weeks prior.

The attention hasn't escaped Biden's vetting team. It has stepped up information-gathering on Duckworth recently, scrutinizing her legislative record and talking to her colleagues, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

A contingent of Duckworth-for-VP backers, including high-dollar donors and a politically active veterans group, has intensified efforts on her behalf in the past two weeks, pushing her as the best choice for Biden's running mate.

Posted July 12, 2020, at 10:51 AM Pacific (15 hours ago)
By Ralph R. Ortega
Mail Online
FedEx has threatened to pull its name off the Washington Redskins stadium in Maryland if the professional football team does not change its name, according to a bombshell private letter.

The Redskins name has long been slammed as racist by Native American groups and others.

And it has now emerged that stadium sponsors FedEx have threatened to pull out of a $205 million naming rights deal six years early if the name is not changed.

FedEx, whose CEO Frederick W. Smith is a minority owner in the team, and other corporate sponsors have been mounting pressure on Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to make the name change. Snyder previously said he wouldn't consider the change.

Posted July 10, 2020, at 5:20 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
By Marcy Oster
Times of Israel
JTA — The lawsuit filed by Roy Moore, a former Alabama chief justice, against Sacha Baron Cohen stemming from his appearance on the US comedian's show is going ahead.

The decision by a District Court judge in New York to deny a motion to dismiss the 2018 federal suit was announced Monday, The Hill reported. Showtime and CBS are also named.

The suit alleges defamation and emotional distress, and asks for $95 million in punitive and compensatory damages.

Posted July 10, 2020, at 5:11 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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Posted July 10, 2020, at 5:11 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
Larry Klayman warns such a move could cost the president reelection
By Larry Klayman
The president of the United States is the chief executive officer who presides over a number of executive branch agencies, including my once proud alma mater, the U.S. Department of Justice. Indeed, the oath of office, which was administered to Donald J. Trump on Jan. 20, 2017, when he ascended to the presidency, is as follows:

"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of the President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."

In short, the president took an oath to uphold the laws of the United States, embodied and reflected in our Constitution.

Posted July 10, 2020, at 8:55 AM Pacific (3 days ago)
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Posted July 10, 2020, at 8:27 AM Pacific (3 days ago)
Yahoo News
Zion Williamson's legal saga took a dramatic turn on Thursday when a court document outlined an alleged $400,000 payment to the basketball star and his stepfather before he played at Duke.

Williamson's legal team countered with claims of fraud and forgery.

The affidavit was filed by attorneys for marketing agent Gina Ford, who is embroiled in a legal battle with the New Orleans Pelicans star seeking $100 million after he left her Prime Marketing Sports to sign with CAA.

Posted July 9, 2020, at 2:18 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
By Tal Axelrod
The Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a court filing Thursday that it supports GOP operative and Trump ally Roger Stone starting his jail sentence next week.

DOJ, which has caught flak from critics who accuse it of being soft on Stone, wrote that the July 14 start of his prison sentence set by a judge is "a reasonable exercise of that court's discretion based on the totality of the factual and legal circumstances."

Stone has asked an appeals court to delay his 40-month prison sentence, citing his age and concerns regarding several coronavirus cases reported in the Georgia facility where he is set to serve his sentence.

Posted July 9, 2020, at 2:13 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
By Katelyn Polantz
(CNN)The Justice Department supports longtime Trump friend Roger Stone going to prison on Tuesday, according to a new court filing.

Stone has asked a federal appeals court for emergency help to delay his prison term until September, citing coronavirus.

But the Justice Department, which has been criticized for going easy on Stone, said the report date of July 14 that was set by his trial judge is "a reasonable exercise of that court's discretion based on the totality of the factual and legal circumstances."

Posted July 9, 2020, at 1:22 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
By Ronn Blitzer
Fox News
Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was taken back into custody Thursday morning and is now at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn after the Federal Bureau of Prisons said Cohen violated "the conditions of his home confinement."

Cohen, the former attorney for President Trump who was imprisoned last year after pleading guilty to several charges, was released from a federal prison in upstate New York in May amid concerns over coronavirus.

"Today, Michael Cohen refused the conditions of his home confinement and as a result, has been returned to a BOP facility," the statement said. "On May 21, 2020, Mr. Cohen was placed on furlough pending placement on home confinement."

Posted July 9, 2020, at 11:15 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
Review Requested Before Full DC Circuit Over Social Media's Political Discrimination
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(Washington, D.C., July 9, 2020). Larry Klayman, the founder of both Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch and a former federal prosecutor of the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division, where he was a member of the trial team that broke up the AT&T monopoly, filed on behalf of Freedom Watch and his client Laura Loomer, a petition for rehearing before all the judges of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a case styled Freedom Watch, Inc. and Laura Loomer v. Google et. al (Case No. 19-7030).

The petition for rehearing asks the full appellate court to overturn the dismissal of Plaintiffs' class action complaint against the social media companies for restraint of trade, attempted monopolization and illegal political discrimination in a public forum against conservatives, libertarians and people of faith, as the law in the District of Columbia forbids such discrimination.

Klayman had this to say upon filing the petition for rehearing en banc, embedded below:

"The three judge panel who originally heard the case issued a very short opinion affirming the lower court's dismissal by a Trump appointed judge, Trevor McFadden, who improperly deep sixed the case because he took it upon himself, rather than allowing it to go to discovery and then a jury trial, to decide it was not plausible. However, contrary to Judge McFadden's improper dismissal, the Antitrust Division, my alma mater, does find it plausible and is about to file a similar suit against Google.

"In this age of coronavirus and radical leftist attacks, looting and killing in physical places, the only interpretation of DC law is also that such discrimination is prohibited on the internet, which is exactly what Google/YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Apple have been doing, to further their leftist desire to harm anyone who supports President Trump and Republican candidates, as well as publishes conservative, libertarian and faith based content in general.

"My client Laura Loomer will take this case all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary."

Loomer, the "most banned woman in America," also commented on the filing of the petition for rehearing en banc:

"My legal battle against the Silicon Valley Big Tech Tyrants is America’s battle. For far too long, these companies have been silencing peaceful political speech in an effort to support the political agenda of Left. The massive censorship and cancel culture campaign these companies are currently participating in through an anti-competitive and discriminatory collaboration is primarily being used as tool to target and silence conservatives and supporters of President Trump in an effort to help the Democrats win the 2020 election."

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Posted July 9, 2020, at 9:05 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
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Attorney General Barr acknowledged that communities of color are often policed differently from white ones, calling the unfairness a "widespread phenomenon."

"I do think it is a widespread phenomenon that African American males, in particular, are treated with extra suspicion and maybe not given the benefit of the doubt," Barr told ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas in an exclusive interview.

"I think it is wrong if people are not respected appropriately and given their due," he explained, "and I think it's something we have to address."

Posted July 9, 2020, at 9:03 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
By Jordan Dajani
It's pretty incredible what can happen in the span a week. We went from Dan Snyder and his Washington franchise conducting an internal review on its team name to companies pulling apparel off their shelves and powerful stakeholders raising their voices in hopes of change. It now appears more evident than ever that Washington will indeed change its team name, but what will that look like? Will Washington keep its burgundy and gold? On Wednesday, two key developments surfaced regarding Washington's name change.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Washington is planning to have no Native American imagery, per a league source. This is probably one of the most obvious developments -- since the team name is considered an offensive slur. Either way, Washington will be moving away from anything even relating to Native Americans, whether it be weapons or headdresses/feathers.

Not long after Schefter's update, ESPN's John Keim reported that Washington plans to keep its colors of burgundy and gold "as of now."

Posted July 9, 2020, at 8:25 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
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Posted July 8, 2020, at 5:40 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
New York Post
President Trump's longtime adviser Roger Stone has been blocked on Facebook and Instagram just days after he publicly asked the commander-in-chief for clemency and petitioned a federal appeals court to put off his 40-month prison sentence, his supporters charged.

"Facebook and Instagram have just disabled Roger Stone's account in an outrageous display of censorship and because he dares to fight to prove his innocence. WE ARE ALL ROGER STONE NOW. @JackPosobiec @johncardillo @realDonaldTrump," tweeted an account called "Age of Stone" that was tagged to the president, conspiracy theorist Posobiec and conservative journalist Cardillo.

Stone had posted a meme on Instagram Monday depicting him as a sword-wielding Spartan hero from the flick "300," while showing federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson, who sentenced him, as Xerxes, the film's evil antagonist, the National Memo reported.

Posted July 8, 2020, at 5:40 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
By Donie O'Sullivan, Marshall Cohen and Katelyn Polantz
(CNN)Facebook announced Wednesday it had shut down pages and accounts linked to Roger Stone and Proud Boys, a far-right group Facebook has banned under its hate policies. Stone's own Instagram account was shut down as part of the takedown.

The network of more than 100 Facebook pages, accounts and Instagram accounts spent more than $300,000 on Facebook and Instagram ads to promote their posts. Some of the pages and accounts included false personas, an analysis commissioned by Facebook found.

The pages posted about the hacked materials released by Wikileaks ahead of the 2016 presidential election, politics in Florida, and Roger Stone himself, among other topics, Facebook said. The pages were also active around the time of Stone's trial in 2019, said Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook's head of security policy, in a press call Wednesday.

Posted July 8, 2020, at 3:22 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
By Marina Pitofsky
A federal judge in New York has denied a motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed against actor Sacha Baron Cohen by former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.

U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter, an Obama appointee, denied the motion in an order filed Monday in the 2018 lawsuit against Cohen, Showtime and CBS filed by Moore and his wife, Kayla, according to multiple reports.

The lawsuit stems from a 2018 episode of Cohen's show "Who is America?" Moore claims that he was defamed and tricked into appearing on the show, during which Cohen, posing as an Israeli anti-terrorism expert, labeled the former U.S. Senate candidate as a pedophile while using a device "supposedly invented by the Israeli Army."

Posted July 8, 2020, at 12:43 PM Pacific (5 days ago)
The Independent
A New York judge has allowed Roy Moore to proceed with his defamation case against comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, over a prank that he claims portrayed him as a paedophile.

Federal judge Andrew Carter denied a motion from Cohen, Showtime and CBS to dismiss the $95m (£75.6m) lawsuit filed by both Mr Moore and his wife, Kayla Moore.

Mr Moore, the former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, and a failed Senate candidate in the state, featured in a segment of Cohen's show Who is America? in 2018.

Posted July 8, 2020, at 8:11 AM Pacific (5 days ago)
By Brian Steinberg
Colin Kaepernick's journey from San Francisco 49ers quarterback to civil-rights activist will be chronicled in a documentary series developed by ESPN Films as part of a first-look deal between Walt Disney and Kapernick's Ra Vision Media production company.

Under terms of the pact, announced Monday, Disney and Ra Vision will emphasize scripted and unscripted stories that deal with race, social injustice and the quest for equity, and work to showcase directors and producers of color. Disney said the agreement would extend across its units, including Walt Disney Television, ESPN, Hulu, Pixar and The Undefeated, an ESPN venue that focuses on matters of race in sports. Kaepernick is slated to work closely with The Undefeated, which Disney said would expand its portfolio across the company.

"I am excited to announce this historic partnership with Disney across all of its platforms to elevate Black and Brown directors, creators, storytellers, and producers, and to inspire the youth with compelling and authentic perspectives," Kaepernick said in a prepared statement. "I look forward to sharing the docuseries on my life story, in addition to many other culturally impactful projects we are developing."