Several newly-elected Republican House members, including New York’s Nicole Malliotakis, have banned together to create a group they’ve dubbed the “Freedom Force” — to oppose “The Squad” of progressive Democratic congresswomen.“This group will give a contrast to the hard left,” Utah Rep.-elect and former NFL player Burgess Owens. Owens pledged that the new GOP band, made up of women and people of color, will work to protect small business-owners.At least eight incoming Republican lawmakers are in the group, including Reps.-elect Malliotakis; Michelle Steel of California; Stephanie Bice of Oklahoma; Victoria Spartz of Indiana; and Carlos Gimenez, Maria Elvira Salazar and Byron Donalds of Florida.
This almost 6000 page bill is an outrage and exactly where is every American on this? Members of Congress got less that 5 hours to read the bill and staffers as well as media scoured it for the ridiculous highlights as noted below.
The Consolidated Appropriations Appropriations Act 2021 is 5,593 pages long. It contains 1,098,082 words. The average person reads around 250 words a minute. At that speed, it would take 3 days, 1 hour, and 12 minutes to read the bill. 1/2
So, while we are continuing to learn only some of the actions inside the United States by the Chinese Communist Party that include:
Senator Dianne Feinstein and her husband
The entire Biden Family
Congressman Eric Swalwell
… we are now finding that Georgia Senate candidate, Jon Ossoff in a contentious run-off race lied about his Chinese Communist Party business deal and finally came clean after he was about to be sued over his false financial disclosures.
Newsweek reports: A mobile security expert has accused China of exploiting cellphone networks in the Caribbean to conduct “mass surveillance” on Americans.
Gary Miller, a former vice president of network security at California-based analytics company Mobileum, told The Guardian he had amassed evidence of espionage conducted via “decades-old vulnerabilities” in the global telecommunications system.
The first warning came last March.
March: As remote work surges amid the coronavirus pandemic, the FBI issued a public bulletin Monday warning Zoom and other video teleconferencing services may not be as private, or as secure, as users may assume.
Use of Zoom and similar services has exploded in recent weeks as companies, schools, governments, and individuals increasingly turn to its teleconferencing as ways to keep businesses and classrooms afloat while sheltering in pace or working from home. However the shift also represents an opportunity for attackers, as white supremacists, hackers and other trolls barge into digital meetings, a phenomenon known as “Zoombombing.”