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Major breaking news is going uncovered as the lose ends of Jeffrey Epstein plea deal are being pulled on and anonymous names are trying to keep them tied. Tommy Sotomayor joins us to talk the war on masculity and how it is destroying the family. Laura Loomer also joins to talk #StopTheBias.

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As President Trump announces he will be looking into the political bias taking place at social media companies, we display in real time how the censorship is happening. We also discuss the significant of Devin Nunes filing suit for $250 million against Twitter. David Sumrall from stophate.com and Elijah Schaffer from slightlyoffensive.com join us.

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As Globalism around the world is being defeated, any and all protest of Globalism are being snuffed out. From France banning Yellow Vest protests to the internet censorship, the fight for National Sovereignty is in full effect. We also look at how the media continues to try and divide the people on identity and policy.

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The New Zealand shooting is the biggest story on everyone’s minds today, we break it down and the Manifesto the shooter left and what it means. In other news, we look at the deep trouble big tech in America may be in as well as legal developments in the Supreme Court and the Department of Intelligence Agency.

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Savanah Hernandez hosts the first half of the War Room where she discusses the latest in abortion news, 2020 Democratic hopefuls and the latest attack on Trump supporters. Jake Lloyd then takes over to discuss social engineering and the blatant attack on the traditional family in 2019.

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As the Democrats prepare for total letdown when it comes to the Mueller Report, Pelosi steps back from Impeachment while Schiff and Swallwell double down. We also talk to Del Bigtree about the tyranny of forced vaccinations and take calls in response to the report that the Mueller investigation is coming to an end.

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It’s open line Friday so Owen Shroyer takes your calls on a variety of topics on The War Room. We take a look at the push for mandatory vaccinations with Lori Gregory. Elijah Schaeffer joins us from Slightly Offensive for some comic relief.

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Today, War Room producer Savanah Hernandez spoke at City Council only to be blatantly avoided by Mayor Steve Adler. We get reaction to that plus more abortion news with our in studio guests. Owen Shroyer also looks at the hundred year lies of the American left when it comes to climate change. Plus, much more!

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Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar released a statement Thursday with Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Andre Carson that celebrated the passage of the resolution condemning hate.

The resolution was initially intended to condemn anti-Semitism, specifically in response to Omar doubling down on a statement that many considered to be anti-Semitic. Last week, she questioned if some members of Congress have a “dual loyalty” to the U.S. and Israel. (RELATED: Omar’s Experiences Are ‘More Personal’ Than Children Of Holocaust Survivors)

The text of the resolution, which passed 407-23, did not mention Omar by name and included language condemning all hate.

“Today is historic on many fronts. It’s the first time we have voted on a resolution condemning Anti-Muslim bigotry in our nation’s history. Anti-Muslim crimes have increased 99% from 2014-2016 and are still on the rise,” the statement began. (RELATED: Omar’s Experiences Are ‘More Personal’ Than Children Of Holocaust Survivors)

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Minnesota Democratic Congressional Candidate Ilhan Omar speaks at an election night results party on November 6, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)

“We are tremendously proud to be a part of a body that has put forth a condemnation of all forms of bigotry including anti-Semitism, racism, and white supremacy,” it continued. “At a time when extremism is on the rise, we must explicitly denounce religious intolerance of all kinds and acknowledge the pain felt by all communities. Our nation is having a difficult conversation and we believe this is great process.”

All 23 members of the House that voted against the bill were Republicans.

“If a Republican Member was pushing the anti-Semitism that Rep. Omar keeps peddling, this resolution would name names, and be solely, emphatically focused on anti-Semitism and that member would be removed from their committee assignments,” Republican New York Rep. Lee Zeldin, who voted against the bill, said in a statement to The Daily Caller. “The double standard motivating this decision by the Speaker and the moral equivalency filling this watered-down text is spineless and disgusting.”

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A Pakistani Catholic woman, acquitted in January of a blasphemy charge by the Supreme Court of Pakistan, remains trapped in the country amid fears that her health is failing.

Asia Bibi, 53, is reportedly living with her husband at a secret location in Karachi, Pakistan, where she is being denied medical care for her “low blood pressure,” according to a source who spoke with The Daily Mail. The source explained that Bibi is “very unwell” and expressed frustration that she is being kept by the Pakistani army from following her children to Canada, where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has offered asylum.

“Everyone is very worried,” the source continued, according to the Mail. “She won her appeal and was supposed to be out of Pakistan by now. Even though the government says she can leave, the army has all the power in this case.”

“They are in control of her. They are fearful about getting a negative press if she speaks out about her experiences – but they will get an even worse press if she dies in protective custody.” (RELATED: Andrew Brunson’s American Pastor Describes Harrowing Turkish Courtroom Experience)

Pakistani protesters shout slogans against Asia Bibi, a Christian woman facing death sentence for blasphemy, at a protest in Karachi on October 13, 2016. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Pakistani protesters shout slogans against Asia Bibi, a Christian woman facing death sentence for blasphemy, at a protest in Karachi on October 13, 2016. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Bibi spent nearly a decade languishing in a Pakistani prison after being accused of blasphemy against Mohammed, a capital offense in the Islamic Republic. On a sweltering day in June 2009, the illiterate field hand claimed to have been picking berries with women from her village when they demanded she fetch them a cup of water. When she returned, the women refused to drink after her because of her Christian faith. (RELATED: Asia Bibi’s Lawyer Returns To Pakistan For Her Blasphemy Trial)

“I want the whole world to know that I’m going to be hanged for helping my neighbor,” Bibi recounted to a French journalist in 2011 from her small prison cell. “I’m guilty of having shown someone sympathy. What did I do wrong? I drank water from a well belonging to Muslim women, using ‘their’ cup, in the burning heat of the midday sun.”

Bibi and her family were the only Christians in her remote Pakistani village, where her neighbors pressured her relentlessly to convert to Islam. Christians make up less than two percent of the population in Pakistan, according to the Library of Congress. (RELATED: Pakistan Shoots Down Indian Fighter Jets)

“We Christians have always stayed silent,” Bibi remembered. “We’ve been taught since we were babies never to say anything, to keep quiet because we’re a minority. But I’m stubborn too and now I want to react, I want to defend my faith. I take a deep breath and fill my lungs with courage.” (RELATED: Rand Paul Calls On U.S. To Cut Off Aid To Pakistan Until Asia Bibi Is Freed)

Qari Mohammed Salim, a petitioner against the Asia Bibi case, comes out the Supreme Court building after the court rejected his review appeal, in Islamabad on January 29, 2019. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM/AFP/Getty Images)

Qari Mohammed Salim, a petitioner against the Asia Bibi case, comes out the Supreme Court building after the court rejected his review appeal, in Islamabad on January 29, 2019. (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM/AFP/Getty Images)

“I’m not going to convert,” Bibi told the women when they began to hurl curses at her, reviling Jesus and demanding her conversion. “I believe in my religion and in Jesus Christ, who died on the cross for the sins of mankind. What did your Prophet Mohammed ever do to save mankind? And why should it be me that converts instead of you?”

Bibi was dragged before the village cleric for such comments and taken to a prison outside Lahore, Pakistan, near the Indian border. For nearly 10 years, she awaited a pending death sentence until being acquitted in October 2018. Riots roiled the country in response, leading to the arrest of several radical Islamist clerics who used the Bibi case to call for the overthrow of the Pakistani government. (RELATED: Asia Bibi Protest Organizer Charged With Sedition And Terrorism In Pakistan)

Her case at last reached the three-person Supreme Court of Pakistan in January, which tossed out an appeal by Islamist radicals and acquitted her again. “The image of Islam we are showing to the world gives me much grief and sorrow,” Pakistan’s Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa said.

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A federal judge in Virginia sentenced Paul Manafort to 47 months in prison Thursday on tax and bank fraud charges, a term much lighter than the sentence the former Trump campaign chairman faced under federal sentencing guidelines.

U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis III said guidelines calling for 19 to 24.5 years in prison for Manafort were “excessive.”

Manafort, 69, said in remarks before the sentence was handed down that his life is in “shambles.” He will be sentenced later in March in a separate case in Washington, D.C., where the judge in that case, Amy Berman Jackson, will determine if Manafort can serve a sentence in that case concurrently with his Virginia sentence.

Manafort was convicted on eight fraud-related charges Aug. 21, 2018. He pleaded guilty Sept. 14 to conspiracy charges related to his consulting work for the Ukrainian government. (RELATED: Mueller Says Manafort Faces Up To 24.5 Years In Prison)

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 21: Special counsel Robert Mueller (L) arrives at the U.S. Capitol for closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee June 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. The committee meets with Mueller to discuss the firing of former FBI Director James Comey. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Special counsel Robert Mueller (L) arrives at the U.S. Capitol for closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee June 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Manafort worked as a press relations guru from 2004 through 2014 for Viktor Yanukovych, who served as Ukraine’s president from Feb. 25, 2010, to Feb. 22, 2014.

None of the charges against Manafort involved allegations of collusion with the Russian government, as Ellis noted during Thursday’s hearing.

“He is not before the court for anything having to do with colluding with the Russian government,” Ellis said.

Manafort joined the Trump campaign in April 2016 and focused heavily on wrangling delegates for Trump at the GOP convention. He left the campaign in mid-August 2016 after reports surfaced about payments he received from the Ukraine work.

The longtime GOP operative testified multiple times before Mueller’s grand jury after entering his plea deal. But that agreement fell apart late in 2018 after prosecutors accused Manafort of lying about several aspects of the investigation, including his contacts with Konstantin Kilimnik, a former Manafort business partner who is believed to have ties to Russian intelligence.

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Police showed up to execute a search warrant at the office of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, and she showed them the door.

Gardner is currently the subject of a special prosecutor’s investigation into the handling of the case against former Republican Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens — specifically regarding William Tisaby, who was hired by Gardner to investigate Greitens. Tisaby is accused of perjuring himself during that investigation and Gardner is being investigated under the suspicion that she suborned that perjury. (RELATED: Prosecutor Who Brought Down Republican Governor Now Under Grand Jury Investigation)

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Gardner filed a motion Monday after she refused to comply with the warrant as served, claiming that the warrant was too broad. In a statement released by her office, she also argued that it was a “fishing expedition” and amounted to retaliation against her office for working to “hold the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department accountable.”

The warrant is a thinly-veiled attempt to circumvent the law and the people of St. Louis in retribution for my efforts to hold the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department accountable and reform our criminal justice system. I am asking the Court to protect the information of thousands of St. Louis citizens from this clear fishing expedition. I will not allow shameful overreach to jeopardize the public’s interest and safety.

Judge Michael Mullen, who is presiding over the grand jury investigation into Gardner and signed the search warrant she rebuffed, chastised her in open court Tuesday and accused her office of “playing games” instead of cooperating with the investigation.

Gardner delayed any upcoming court proceedings by demanding that her three outside attorneys, none of whom live locally, be present in the courtroom. Her office further indicated that she was not likely to be present before the grand jury on March 14 — when she was initially scheduled to testify.

St. Louis Police Officers Association business manager — and author of “The War On Police” — Jeff Roorda spoke with The Daily Caller on Thursday, noting that there were a number of aspects of this case that were troubling.

First and foremost, he pointed out the fact that Gardner was out of line in filing the motion before police were allowed to execute the search warrant. “When you’re the defendant, and she is in this case, you don’t get to tell the police that the search warrant is invalid. Defendants don’t get to say whether or not search warrants are valid. If they could, no search warrant would ever be executed.”

Roorda also noted that doing so before the warrant was executed gave her ample time to destroy any evidence they might have found, especially since the warrant pertained specifically to computer records. “That’s why you don’t give defendants a warning before you serve a warrant,” he explained.

Second, he argued that there really is “no such thing as a fishing expedition” when it comes to search warrants. If a search warrant is properly obtained, it has to meet a fairly high level of scrutiny.

“A judge has to sign off on the warrant,” he explained. “And for that to happen, he has to believe there is probable cause that a crime was committed and that evidence pertaining to that crime can be found where the warrant allows police to look.”

As for Gardner’s assertion that the search warrant was “retribution” for her efforts to hold police accountable, Roorda found no shortage of irony in that claim, saying, “It’s fine if she’s holding police accountable, but shouldn’t she be holding herself accountable as well?”

Gardner’s office currently has a list of over two dozen St. Louis Metropolitan Police Officers from whom she will not take cases or allow testimony — however, Roorda informed the Caller that none of the officers on that list have been the subject of court hearings determining that they are not credible witnesses or upstanding police officers. (RELATED: St. Louis Prosecutor Refuses To Take Cases From 28 Police Officers — She Made A List)

Roorda concluded with one simple question: “Why isn’t this a bigger story?” he asked. “An elected official refused to comply with a legally-obtained search warrant, ignored a court order and this isn’t national news?”

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On this Friday’s edition of the War Room, Rob Dew and Owen Shroyer open the show with an exclusive announcement, followed by commentary on the latest news from the UK with Katie Hopkins. Dew also uncovers some of the latest vaccine news and is then joined in studio by Savanah Hernandez who announces the next attempt on confronting the Mayor of Austin on the unfair advantages the city gives to Planned Parenthood.

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Alex Jones joins the Joe Rogan podcast for the first time since the internet beef went viral and the original podcast was the most popular podcast of all time. We also react to the conclusion of the Michael Cohen testimony and takes calls responding to it and the Rogan podcast as well.

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It’s the monthly Veterans Call In Special where we get Veterans as co-hosts and take calls from Veterans all three hours. Highlights include veterans responding to the Jussie Smollet Hoax and the situation in Venezuela.

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Rob Dew joins the War Room to discuss the Jussie Smollett hoax which has totally imploded. He is joined by UK broadcaster Jon Gaunt to talk about Brexit and the repatriation of ISIS fighters. Rob also exposes the slave owning racist family roots of Kamala Harris and finally, he is joined by Darrell Hamamoto to talk about the mental programming being done by Netflix.

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Veteran North Korean diplomats are being sidelined from nuclear talks ahead of a second summit with the United States as recent defections and allegations of spying undermine the trust of leader Kim Jong Un, South Korean officials and experts say.

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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he expects to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un again after their planned summit next week in Hanoi. Speaking at the White House, Trump said he would like to remove sanctions on North Korea, but that he needs to see Pyongyang make a move first on denuclearization. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the release of any report on the Russia investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller will be totally up to U.S. Attorney General William Barr. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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When asked about masculinity at an event for his My Brother’s Keeper initiative, former U.S. President Barack Obama said in Oakland on Tuesday that ‘if you are very confident about your sexuality, you don’t have to have eight women around you twerking.’ Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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A massive winter storm is sweeping across the Midwest and East Coast, causing major travel delays and forcing schools and federal offices to close. Colette Luke has more.

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Three pro-EU lawmakers from Britain’s governing Conservatives quit over the government’s “disastrous handling of Brexit” on Wednesday, in a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s attempts to unite her party around plans to leave the European Union. Edward Baran reports.

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South Africa will give state power utility Eskom 69 billion rand ($4.9 billion) over three years, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni said while delivering the key part of the country’s budget on Wednesday. Sisipho Skweyiya reports.

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Senegal, one of West Africa’s most stable democracies, will be holding a presidential election on Sunday. Reuters’ correspondent in Dakar, Sofia Christensen, takes a look at the candidates in the running.

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A prominent Chinese businesswoman dubbed the “Ivory Queen” was sentenced to 15 years in prison by a Tanzanian court on Tuesday (February 19) for smuggling the tusks of more than 350 elephants to Asia. Lauren Anthony reports.

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A French ski patroller has died from injuries after being caught in an avalanche in Switzerland, but rescuers have called off their search after finding no more casualties on the piste in Crans-Montana, police said. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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A high school student from Covington, Kentucky, sued the Washington Post for defamation on Tuesday, claiming the newspaper falsely accused him of racist acts and instigating a confrontation with a Native American activist in a January videotaped incident at the Lincoln Memorial.

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Asked on Tuesday about Senator Bernie Sanders’ intention to seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, President Donald Trump said, “we’ll see how he does.” Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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White House spokeswoman Mercedes Schlapp on Monday said former FBI Acting Director Andrew McCabe injected “politics into the FBI,” after he told CBS in an interview that President Trump’s firing of former FBI head James Comey triggered a probe involving Trump and his ties to Russia. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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In an interview with CBS ‘This Morning’, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who announced he is running for the Democratic nomination in 2020, responded to President Trump’s attacks on him, sexual harassment allegations against his 2016 campaign staffers and concerns about his age. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, the progressive populist who mounted a fierce challenge to front-runner Hillary Clinton in the 2016 White House campaign, said on Tuesday he will again seek the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in 2020.

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