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This week brought a little-noted but vitally important bit of Senate testimony that needs to be shared far and wide. Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford got Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to essentially admit that the Biden Administration is choosing bank bailout winners and losers, and that the giant banks that are helping leftist aims like defunding conservative groups and tracking gun sales will be saved while independent and community banks will be left to go bankrupt or be bought up by big banks.
Arrest warrant issued for Vladimir Putin
The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes for allegedly deporting children from Ukraine to Russia.
There are few people on Earth more deserving of arrest, but as the link explains, you shouldn’t hold your breath waiting to see Putin in an orange jumpsuit. The International Criminal Court, for all the gravity liberals bestow on it, is pretty powerless to do anything about its charges. It relies on other nations to enforce them, and who’s going to arrest Putin for them? Chad? New Zealand? Russia won’t turn Putin over, and Putin’s not going to give himself up. And “15 persons remain at large with outstanding (ICC) arrest warrants, and the court has seen at least four arrest warrants expire since the suspect died before authorities could apprehend them.” This mostly amounts to some more deserved, but rather redundant, bad publicity for Putin. It also shines a spotlight on how impotent the ICC really is, which I doubt was the intention.
President Trump to be arrested?!?
It appears that Barack Obama’s threatened “fundamental transformation” of America is about to be complete next week, as we will reportedly turn full-on banana republic with the unprecedented arrest of a former President and leading presidential candidate on clearly partisan charges. This relates to an allegation from six years ago that Trump made improper hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels to keep her from claiming they had a one-night affair, which Trump denies. It’s a case that federal authorities passed on prosecuting, and that New York authorities also dropped, but Soros-backed D.A. Alvin Bragg (who can’t seem to find an actual felony that he will prosecute) reportedly plans to bump this charge up from a misdemeanor to a felony so we can have the political theater of handcuffing and arresting Trump. You know, just like we had the political theater of an armed raid on Mar-A-Lago to seize "classified documents" that turned out to be a big fizzle.
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