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**Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer is coming under increasing scrutiny after the botched election in Maricopa County, leading some to …

Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer is coming under increasing scrutiny after the botched election in Maricopa County, leading some to question his founding and operation of the Pro-Democracy Republicans PAC, whose stated mission is “to support pro-democracy Arizona Republicans” who reject “conspiracy theorists and demagoguery” from candidates who maintain the 2020 presidential election in Arizona was stolen.
In the context of the 2022 election, this is an indication of Richer’s direct opposition to GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake, GOP Secretary of State nominee Mark Finchem, several state legislators and candidates for Maricopa County Supervisor.

While Richer’s PAC claims to support Republicans, it has received money from a man who donates to almost exclusively Democrats. Francis Najafi gave $20,000 to his PAC, $60,000 to the Arizona Democratic Party, and $5,300 to Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, who is running for governor.

The PAC paid $45,000 to a PAC during the primary called Defending Arizona Values, which is run by Camelback Strategies, a moderate GOP consulting group with ties to the McCain family that raised money this past year, but spent very little on actual candidates.

Similarly, instead of going to candidates, much of the money Richer’s PAC raised has gone to reimburse him for things like airfare, food, and other “operating expenses.” None of it appears to have gone to any candidate.

According to Transparency USA, the PAC received $88,443 in contributions from the third quarter of 2021 until now. It has spent almost all of that money, with a large chunk going out shortly before the primary election.

Appearing on Stephen K. Bannon’s WarRoom Tuesday, State Rep. Jake Hoffman (R – Queen Creek) told host Bannon that Richer’s operation of the partisan PAC was evidence of misconduct and may violate Arizona law.


**~~Former~~ President Donald Trump has branded as a “sham” a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation into his handling of classified …

~~Former~~ President Donald Trump has branded as a “sham” a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation into his handling of classified documents and the Jan. 6 breach.
And he won’t cooperate with it, Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington said in an interview that aired on NTD’s Newsmakers on Nov. 23.

On Nov. 15, Trump announced his candidacy for president in 2024.

Citing Trump’s announcement as the reason, on Nov. 18, U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a Special Counsel to investigate Trump over Jan. 6 and the classified documents found at Mar-a-Largo.

Harrington said the former president won’t cooperate because the DOJ is engaging in a partisan and political “sham investigation” that needs to be shut down and not given credence.

She added that the investigation is nothing more than “an ongoing witch-hunt” played out for seven years.

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[Christopher F. Rufo]( [***⚔️***](

Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️
Colorado perp's backstory coming to light: father was a meth-addicted porn actor; mother was a mentally unstable common criminal; threatened to murder his grandparents and conduct a mass shooting; was on law enforcement's radar.
The media blamed conservative journalists.
We have a country with millions of children who grow up in a world of shattered families, absentee fathers, drug addiction, violent crime, and heavy medication to numb it all out. We need to stop ignoring the social catastrophe that is the source of so much chaos.

It's possible the perp had ideological motives. It's possible he's "nonbinary" as his lawyers claim. But the journos didn't wait for the facts: they tried to immediately shift the blame to their political enemies. And the public is catching on to their game.

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*Kevin McCarthy* [*@GOPLeader*](

Kevin McCarthy @GOPLeader
On the very first day of the new Republican-led Congress, we will read every single word of the Constitution aloud from the floor of the House—something that hasn't been done in years.



GWP: Fauci Admits he Based His Unprecedented US Economic Lockdowns on Draconian Measures Used by the Communist Chinese
From the deposition:
John Sauer, “And Mr. Lane, after returning from the trip, said the Chinese were managing this in a very structured, organized way; correct?… Did you discuss Mr. Lane’s experience on the trip with him when he got back from the WHO trip?”

Dr. Fauci, ” The answer is I did… Dr. Lane was very impressed about how from a clinical public health standpoint, the Chinese were handling the isolation, the contact tracing, the building of facilities to take care of people, and that’s what I believed he meant when he said were managing this in a very structured organized way.”

Sauer: “So he drew the conclusion that there might have to be extreme, in his word, measures to mandate social distancing to bring the outbreak under control; correct?”

Fauci: “That’s what this is implying, yes… He did discuss with me that the Chinese 19 had a very organized way of trying to contain the spread in Wuhan and elsewhere. He didn’t get a chance to go to Wuhan, but he was in Beijing, and I believe other cities — at least Beijing — and he mentioned that they had a very organized well regimented way of handling the outbreak.

Sauer: “And so he had a kind of positive reaction to that. There might be lessons to be learned for the United States in its response to the outbreak?”

Fauci: “I believe Dr. Lane came to the conclusion that when you have a widespread respiratory disease that a very common and effective way to curtail the rapid spread of the disease is by implementing social distancing measures… Dr. Lane is a very astute clinician, and I have every reason to believe that his evaluation of the situation was accurate and correct.”


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**Millions of Gen Zers are struggling with mental health problems,** [**according to a new survey**](**,** which reveals many of these …

Millions of Gen Zers are struggling with mental health problems, according to a new survey, which reveals many of these problems were first identified during the COVID-19 pandemic.

20% of the study participants said they have a regular therapist, while 57% take regular medication and 39%attend therapy for mental health issues at least once a week.
It is further evidence of the serious health consequences caused by the social-distancing measures taken in response to the virus.
Generation Z is the third-largest population in America, after millennials and baby boomers.

While Zoomers are often singled out for praise by the corporate media for racial and sexual diversity, it’s also becoming clear many of them are suffering mental health issues to a far greater degree than earlier generations.

The survey was carried out by Harmony Healthcare IT, an Indiana-based data-management company. Just over 1000 individuals aged 18 to 24, with a roughly equal gender balance, were asked a range of detailed questions about their mental health.

Forty-two percent of those surveyed said they were suffering from a diagnosed mental-health problem, with 25 percent saying their diagnosis took place during the pandemic.

Anxiety, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and bulimia were just some of the conditions the respondents reported. By comparison with millennials or Gen X-ers, Zoomers are twice as likely to report struggling with emotional distress on a daily basis.

Near 70 percent said that they felt the pandemic had a negative effect on their mental health. Zoomers appear to be deeply anxious, with 85 percent saying they were worried about the future. Nine out of ten Zoomers diagnosed with a mental-health issue have anxiety and eight out of ten suffer from depression.

Particular concerns for Zoomers include personal finances, the economy, their health, the environment, politics, and the workplace.