Friday, May 13, 2022


The Patriot Papers

Required News For Patriots… 

How the FBI Freaked Out When Trump Accused Them of Wiretapping HimThe attorneys for Crooked Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer Michael Sussman released notes from the FBI in the Sussman case a few days ago. The attorneys released the FBI notes in hopes of exonerating Sussman, or at least in hopes of tricking the judge into dropping the charges. It didn’t work. And if anything, the notes make Sussman’s friends in the FBI look even worse. President Donald Trump caused the FBI to panic when he sent his famous “Obama wiretap” tweet. The notes reveal that the FBI panicked and may even have committed some crimes over that tweet. In other words, Sussman’s lawyers may have inadvertently ratted out a bunch of their ...Read More


Democrat-Controlled Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas 5 Republican Lawmakers: The January 6 Committee issued a round of subpoenas against five Republican lawmakers. In a statement Thursday the Democrat-controlled panel said it has subpoenaed GOP leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and congressmen Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Scott Perry (R-Pa.), Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) and Mo Brooks (R-Ala.). The committee has claimed those particular Republicans have information relevant to their probe into the US Capitol protest. Meanwhile, members of the GOP have repeatedly criticized the committee’s actions as “partisan” and “illegitimate.” Specifically, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) has suggested the left is trying to weaponize the events of ...Read More


Ashley Judd Reveals How Her Mother Naomi Died: Beloved Grammy-winning singer Naomi Judd, 76, who suffered from mental health issues for years, committed suicide on April 30, and on Thursday her daughter Ashley revealed that her mother took her own life by shooting herself. Judd died in the upstairs bedroom of her Nashville, Tennessee area farmhouse the day before she was to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame

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U.S. Army Is Officially Ditching The M4 Rifle For Something Much More Powerful: The U.S. Army is officially ditching the M4/M4A1 carbine for a new service rifle that fires a much more powerful projectile that will be critical to the U.S. Army’s ability to outgun emerging near-peer competitors like China. The U.S. Army announced last month a 10-year contract with Sig Sauer to manufacture two Next Generation Squad Weapon (NGSW) variations: the XM5 Rifle, which will replace the M4/M4A1 carbine; and the XM250 Automatic Rifle, which will replace the M249 Squad Automatic  ...Read More



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