Elon Musk’s Twitter Embroiled in Legal Battle Over Removal of Violent Extremist Content – Christchurch Call Engages Australian Government for Support

Wellington, New Zealand – Following the tragic terrorist attack that was live-streamed in New Zealand, former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern took decisive action to combat violent and extremist content on the internet. Establishing the Christchurch Call, an organization dedicated to eradicating such material, Ardern’s efforts have now intertwined with the legal battle between the Australian government and X, formerly known as Twitter. Australia’s eSafety commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, and X, owned by Elon Musk, are …

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As Biden Downplays Migrant Issues, Musk Livestreams: ‘Breaking Bad’ Border Crisis

After Mitch McConnell claims that the “number one priority” of “most Republicans” is aid to Ukraine. Musk posed the question: Why do so many American politicians from both parties care 100 times more about the Ukraine border than the USA border? Musk, the CEO of X, made a visit to the southern border last Thursday to witness firsthand the repercussions of President Joe Biden’s policies and to “gauge the situation for a real understanding.” Accompanied …

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Trump’s Mugshot on X Goes Viral: Is This the Ultimate Comeback

Former President Trump has made a significant reentry onto the X platform (previously known as Twitter), capturing the attention of social media users and the nation by sharing his mugshot from Fulton County, Georgia. Entrepreneur Elon Musk described it as “next-level” when the platform went wild on Thursday over the first-ever mugshot of a US President. He is using this situation to his advantage; Trump is making the most of his notoriety, and his popularity …

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Did The DOJ Disregard Internal Policies on Hunter Biden Agreement?

A former United States Attorney said the Justice Department violated its rules when it reached a plea bargain with Hunter Biden over tax evasion and firearms charges. Former U.S. Attorney Brett TolmanĀ statedĀ on Twitter that the DOJ had violated internal policies in the investigation. According to a directive issued by former Attorney General John Ashcroft, federal prosecutors are expected to charge and pursue the most severe offenses determined by evidence and the facts of a case …

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Race, Guns, and Controversy: The Scandalous Tale of a Senator’s Juneteenth Fallout

Senator John Fetterman faced criticism on Twitter after his Juneteenth post, with users pointing out his past incident involving an unarmed black jogger. Fetterman’s tweet celebrated Juneteenth and emphasized the importance of acknowledging systemic racism in America. However, some users reminded him of an incident in 2013 when he pursued and pulled a shotgun on an African-American jogger, mistakenly believing the jogger was involved in a shooting. Former Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh called …

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Tucker Carlson’s Attorneys Accuses Fox Network of Fraud and Contract Violations

Tucker Carlson’s legal team sent the network, which dismissed him last month, a scathing letter on Tuesday, accusing it of fraud and contract violations that could warrant legal action. Axios first reported that the document challenges the noncompete clause in Carlson’s contract, which, if voided, would enable the star to develop a new show or media initiative independent of Fox. The letter, written by attorney Bryan Freedman and addressed to Fox officials Viet Dinh and …

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Taibbi Accuses House Democrats of Sinking to New Lows

According to Stacey Plaskett, a Democrat who is a ranking member of the Subcommittee on the Weaponization of Government, Taibbi committed perjury by lying to Congress about the Twitter files. According to Mr. Taibbi, perjury is an allegation that carries a maximum prison sentence of five years. Taibbi replied to this ridiculous message by writing that the “House Democrats Have Lost Their Minds.”