In an unusual move, the Justice Department’s civil rights division criticized the White House Correspondents Association for failing to put a Playboy reporter into its seat rotation for White House press briefings. One America’s Richard Pollock explains from Washington.
Records show American companies sold millions of dollars worth of essential medical supplies to China in January and February. The latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed U.S. companies sold more then $17 million worth of face masks, about $13 million worth of surgical garments and $27 million worth of ventilators to China to help it tackle the spread of the coronavirus.
The Department of Justice has approved a security detail for top White House coronavirus task force official Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has sounded the alarm over new revelations about FISA abuses by the Obama era FBI. Jordan sent a letter to House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler this week, which urged him to call DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to testify.
According to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, the CIA and Department of Justice are reportedly covering up for the alleged Ukraine whistleblower because the agencies are refusing to confirm or deny the existence of the person’s text messages and emails. One America’s John Hines sat down with Fitton and has this exclusive interview.