Don’t Get Antsy

Ants can be a particularly persistent problem in the house, because they leave scent trails for others to follow.  Here are some “natural” home remedies you can try the next time you see these little aggravating pests. 

White Vinegar

A recipe for ant-controlling success? Three parts vinegar and one part water. Spray under doorways, in the yard or even around your picnic blanket. The pungent liquid helps cover up ant scent trails, messing with their tracking abilities. Next time you mop the floor, pour a bit of vinegar into the bucket for good measure.


Borax, a mineral used in many cleaning products, is lethal to ants, interfering with their digestive system. Create a syrupy paste with borax, confectioner’s sugar and water. Put the mixture inside shallow containers with narrow, ant-sized openings and place them near ant mounds or wherever you see ants. Enticed workers carry the sweet substance back to the nest to share with their friends.

Note: Although borax has a low toxicity rate for humans, home expert and CEO of Pest Strategies Ed Spicer recommends keeping borax-laced bait away from children and pets.


To be clear: Pepper doesn’t kill ants, but the strong odor will chase them away. Pour the ground black or cayenne version onto ant scent trails. Or mix pepper and water in a spray bottle and spritz your home’s entry points.


The best spice for getting rid of ants in your kitchen? Cinnamon. Natural and non-toxic, cinnamon not only kills ants, but its strong smell makes it shine as a repellent, too. According to Spicer, Saigon cinnamon can be especially effective when sprinkled around anthills, across their paths, on kitchen countertops and along floorboards. And cinnamon essential oil can effectively repel and exterminate ants, too.

Fresh Mint

Ants don’t like the smell of fresh mint, so planting it in vegetable patches and flower beds deters ants and other insects while giving your garden a lovely aroma. Minty essential oils from peppermint, wintergreen, geranium, thyme, clove and rosemary work, too!

Cornmeal & Boric Acid

Contrary to popular belief, cornmeal does not kill ants, by exploding them or otherwise. “Ants are pretty keen on cornmeal,” Spicer says, “so spreading too much of it around might worsen your infestation.” You can, however, weaponize cornmeal in your fight against ants by mixing it with boric acid, a cousin to Borax that’s available online and at home improvement stores. Mix nine parts cornmeal with one-part boric acid, adding a generous helping of soybean oil or peanut butter to create a paste. Place the homemade bait near gaps and crevices, anywhere ants are on the march.

Like borax (above), any bait containing boric acid should be kept away from kids and animals.


Stop ants in their tracks. Scatter all-purpose flour liberally at door thresholds, on window sills and across foundations. Or use a sifter to apply a dusting of flour directly along their path to disrupt their pheromone trail.


The natural acids in tangy citrus, such as lemon, orange, lime and grapefruit, work wonders at keeping ants at bay by masking their scent trails — at least temporarily. Squeeze lemons into a spray bottle, or rub a pureed blend of orange peel and water on window sills and doors jambs to discourage the itsy-bitsy insects from crossing over.

Bonus: Toss the leftover rinds in the garden as an organic disincentive.

Coffee Grounds

This popular ant-repelling tactic has been around for years: Sprinkle coffee grounds around the stems of indoor and outdoor plants and flowers. Some say it’s the smell that repels them; others claim ants don’t like the feeling of the grounds under their feet. Either way, it works!


If you can’t beat ’em, divert ’em! Extend a sugar trail from your house to your outdoor compost pile. Ants can feast to their hearts’ content and needn’t darken your door again. (Pat’s note: this seems counterproductive to me, but I’m no expert.)

Ant-Repellent Myth: Baking Soda

You see it all over the internet: Baking soda kills ants by drying them up or exploding them. Not true. According to Spicer, “There’s virtually no scientific evidence that supports the theory that baking soda can kill ants.” Best to save your baking soda for baking.


121 thoughts on “Don’t Get Antsy

    1. IMO, the biggest problem? The colleges!!!! Look at the trillions of $$$’s in their trust funds, yet they pay outrageous salaries to these leftist professors filling kids’ heads with lies and keep raising their fees!!!!

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  1. from tcth…bringing REALPOTUS truth social

    September 7, 2022 12:38 am


    Mitch McConnell, one of the worst & most unpopular politicians in the U.S., and the man that gave the Radical Left Democrats Trillions of Dollars for their Green New Deal Fake Infrastructure Bill (9% Infrastructure) without so much as a fight, is spending a fortune of donor’s money (the only way he holds power!) on pushing Left Wing Alaska hater Lisa Murkowski rather than great Republican candidate Kelly Tshibaka – a close race. Murkowski killed ANWR, Voted to Impeach, & against Supreme Court!

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    1. Citizen817
      September 7, 2022 12:38 am


      The fired FBI Agent who was walked out of the FBI Headquarters Building two weeks ago, and who said, falsely, to Facebook and the Media that the Laptop from Hell was Russian Disinformation, has been a greater source in convincing people that the 2020 Presidential Election was Rigged than even the tapes of millions of ballots being stuffed into the voting machines – “2000 Mules.”So they spy on my campaign, Rigged & Stole the Election, and go after me for doing nothing wrong. Only in America!!!

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  2. copied from tcth…when i tried clicking on the massie tweet i got a message that the page doesn’t exist…

    Obama’s Secretary of Agriculture raided & shut down independent dairies.

    He then earned almost $1 million/yr as a lobbyist for Big Dairy after Obama left office.

    Now he’s Biden’s Secretary of Agriculture and he’s raiding & shutting down small dairies again.

    Literal fascism.

    — Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 7, 2022

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    1. We caught Hillary Clinton lying about her theft and destruction of classified information. No FBI raid. In fact, the leftist DC courts wouldn’t even allow her to be questioned under oath about it in our FOIA lawsuit that uncovered the scandal…

      — Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) September 7, 2022

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  3. I admit to being suspicious–not by nature, but by experiences–wonder if the fib whistleblowers are “controlled” opposition so to speak. “allowed” to come forward to confirm that notion that it’s “not all the fib”–that there’s good rank and file people left–so don’t dismantle it…we can “fix” it…

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  4. Good morning! Never had a real problem with ants except the honey ants I accidentally brought in on the jelly feeder. Put out a few ant traps and voila – gone! One thing I did discover way back when HB was a baby and we moved into a TH in Falls Church – Roach Prufe works great for roaches – it also contains boric acid. It says on the label to keep it away from pets/kids so I put it behind the fridge, stove, etc., where it wasn’t out in the open. Worked like a charm!

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    1. every now and then we have trouble with the large carpenter ants that like wet wood–but the terro ant traps work wonderfully–except for the ones on the deck that the raccoons eat…

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      1. When I worked at the horse farm in VA, we had a problem with the carpenter ants but IDR now what they did about it. I was only there a few months. That was one of the few times I was right and my Mom was wrong. We had a young filly with a foot issue – we’d think we had it fixed, put her back out and she turned up lame again. I kept saying we needed to x-ray her foot but Mom pooh-poohed it. I was right – she had a tiny bone in her foot that was broken. Ha! Let me tell you – I never let her forget that one!

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  5. Entire Article @ LibertyDaily: “On Tucker Carlson Tonight, the Fox News host discussed the rape and murder of Eliza Fletcher in Memphis, Tennessee. The story has shocked much of the nation, but as Carlson noted, far too many were NOT shocked by it.

    Leftists on social media went so far as to victim-blame Fletcher, wondering why she didn’t know “the rules” about jogging at that hour in a city like Memphis. Some of the comments were disgusting on their face, but they also betrayed a deeper problem we’re facing as a nation. Law and order have been replaced in many areas of the country with these so-called “rules” that mean American citizens should expect violence.

    It’s the normalization of criminal dysfunction as the prevailing, unspoken law of the land. And as Carlson emphatically said, it must be stopped immediately before everywhere is Memphis.

    “Our entire country will be Memphis if we don’t put a stop to this insanity right now with as much force as is required,” he said.

    Watch it all the way through to the end. He’s absolutely right. But even as crime turns once-safe cities into playgrounds for violent degenerates, Democrats continue to promote the very “equity” that rewards evil and punishes good. They reward failure and punish success. They blame victims while defending the guilty.

    This isn’t just about crime. It’s about the degradation of every facet of American life. We are being pushed down the Cultural Marxist road of viewing outcomes as necessary to equalize rather than opportunities and rights. This is the most dangerous trend our nation has seen in modern history because there is no possible end to this other than societal collapse if it isn’t reversed immediately.”

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    1. i knew they found the body, I didn’t know she’d been raped. I agree–they are victim blaming. we are being taught to ALTER OUR BEHAVIOR to adjust to criminals–instead of the other way around! hide in our homes, curtail OUR FREEDOM, while the criminals CONTROL the streets…DISGUSTING

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  6. Entire Article from Robert Spencer/FrontPageMag on Substack:

    “In Marxist theory, the final stage of socialism is true communism, when everyone shares of his or her resources equally, the state withers away, and true justice finally dawns upon the earth. We never have seen that stage and never will, because Marxism is rancid pseudo-religious hogwash that runs directly contrary to human nature. The real final stage of socialism is what we saw in the last ten years of the Soviet Union: an entrenched, all-encompassing, corrupt and inefficient state bureaucracy nominally presided over by a succession of senescent, barely-there incompetents. With his disgraceful descent into open authoritarianism Thursday evening, Old Joe Biden and the Democrats signaled their intention to skip right to that final stage: they’ve already got the doddering figurehead and the ravenous bureaucracy firmly in place.

    During the first stages of socialism in Russia right after the Bolshevik revolution, the new workers’ paradise appeared from the outside, where the gulags weren’t so easy to see, to be youthful, dynamic, and promising. The American journalist Lincoln Steffens visited Soviet Russia in 1919 and was enthusiastic, declaring: “I have seen the future, and it works.” Other American intellectuals visited the Soviet Union and were likewise enthused; the New York Times’ Walter Duranty was so enamored of the place that he willfully covered up evidence of Stalin’s Ukrainian famine so that Times readers wouldn’t get a negative view of the new Russia.

    This sort of thing went on for years. Two decades later, with the U.S. on the brink of entering World War II, three young folk singers named Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, and Josh White, who called themselves the Almanac Singers, recorded Songs for John Doe, an album of peace songs. This was the time of the Nazi-Soviet pact, and as Seeger, Guthrie, and White were all hardcore Communists, they didn’t want the U.S. joining any war against Stalin’s ally Hitler. Hitler soon betrayed Stalin and invaded the Soviet Union, and suddenly these pacifists were passionate for the war and able to pose as patriots. For decades, Seeger, Guthrie, and multitudes of others worked tirelessly to make the Soviet Union and Marxism chic among American Leftists. It worked.

    The Soviet Union itself, meanwhile, was governed first by Lenin and then by Stalin. Both were unscrupulous, inhuman, murderous thugs, and both remained in power only by ruthless reigns of terror and cults of personality that made them into gods more efficiently and comprehensively than any Roman emperor was ever deified. Even today, in post-Soviet Russia, Lenin is respected, and Stalin is revered. Lenin’s Tomb is still situated prominently in the Kremlin and gets a million visitors a year. Not far from it are the much more modest graves of most of the other Soviet leaders; Stalin’s is the only one that Russian visitors regularly decorate with flowers.

    But in the last days of the Soviet Union, the ruling elite grew old and relied on the bureaucrats, who like cockroaches were always there, outlasting all the rulers, to do the real work of keeping the massive state apparatus lumbering along. It was hard to build a cult of personality around a succession of old, feeble, barely coherent figureheads, and few made more than a half-hearted attempt to do so. Leonid Brezhnev died at age 75 in 1982 and was succeeded as General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the de facto head of government, by Yuri Andropov, who was a relatively young 68 but in extremely poor health. Andropov was nominally in power until he died in 1984, although it’s not at all clear that he actually did anything while he was the man in charge. The same could be said for his successor, 72-year-old Konstantin Chernenko, who acted as the man whose photo was on the wall in all the buildings and not much more until his own death thirteen months later.

    If these guys were the future, it no longer worked; on the contrary, it had rheumatoid arthritis. Back in the 1980s, this succession of elderly company men was widely seen as symbolic of the sclerotic, calcified nature of the Soviet bureaucracy and Soviet society in general. And now that Joe Biden is out in the open about criminalizing his opposition and brooking no dissent, we can skip here in the United States right to the final stage of socialism. We have the entrenched deep-state bureaucracy, and we have the dementia-ridden septuagenarian puppet in charge, so we’re all set.

    All we need now is a Ronald Reagan to set the whole authoritarian house of cards on a course to tumble down so that the free republic can be restored. Maybe such an individual is already on the scene.”

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    1. I was so young and naive back in those days – I had NO clue what Seeger et al. were singing about!!! I just liked their music – I went to see Pete Seeger at Constitutional Hall in DC the first year I was there and enjoyed it tremendously.

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  7. Good Morning Patriots …

    Interesting Open Pat … as to your note on the tip to sprinkle a trail of sugar toward the compost heap … being counter-productive …

    We don’t want to eradicate ants … they are vital in regard to building our soil… we just want to remove them from our immediate space. I read a book decades ago that claimed his research theorized that if the earth experienced a ‘Nuclear Winter’ … the ants would restore us! I don’t recall the name, but his thesis left an impression.

    Here’s a link about their good qualities

    Hope y’all are having a good morning …

    places to go, peeps to see … ’til next time

    “You never know
    what is enough
    unless you know
    what is more
    than enough.”

    ~ William Blake

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          1. I grew up on the coast . only hardwoods were live oak (evergreen) and palmettoes and a few pine … virtually no autumn color or leaves … I was 20 before I ever saw the colors of fall, when I moved inland to mid-state… I almost lost my mind with the beauty!

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              1. Thanks … I saw this a.m. It’s stunning … one of Wheatie’s – at least that was mentioned last night when Butterfly and Wolf were searching… thanks for posting again… we can’t get enough beauty these days

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  8. “Somebody not happy?”

    “Change my mind….”

    “Somewhere in the midwest….enemies of the state practicing operations….”

    “Hello?”, “Hi honey. This is Daddy. Is Mommy near the phone?”

    “No Daddy. She’s upstairs in the bedroom with Uncle Paul.”

    After a brief pause, Daddy says, “But honey, you haven’t got an Uncle Paul.” “Oh yes I do, and he’s upstairs in the room with Mommy, right now.”

    Brief Pause. “Uh, okay then, this is what I want you to do. Put the phone down on the table, run upstairs and knock on the bedroom door and shout to Mommy that Daddy’s car just pulled into the driveway.”

    “Okay Daddy, just a minute.” A few minutes later the little girl comes back to the phone. “I did it Daddy.” “And what happened honey?” he asked. “Well, Mommy got all scared, jumped out of bed with no clothes on and ran around screaming. Then she tripped over the rug, hit her head on the dresser and now she isn’t moving at all!”

    “Oh my God!!! What about your Uncle Paul?”

    “He jumped out of the bed with no clothes on, too. He was all scared and he jumped out of the back window and into the swimming pool. But I guess he didn’t know that you took out the water last week to clean it. He hit the bottom of the pool and I think he’s dead.”

    Long Pause….Then Daddy says, “Swimming pool? …. Is this 486-5731?”

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  9. Excerpt @ Twitchy: “Glenn Greenwald has been dealing with some family health issues lately and it has kept him from weighing in on political issues, but last night he found the time to post a thread on Twitter which is worth your time.

    Greenwald methodically points out how the left is systematically stifling dissent through coordination with various people and elements of the state and the media.

    This is disturbing but a must-read.

    Took me a while but I found the unroll – there is a TON of info in this thread!!!


  10. copied from tcth

    September 7, 2022 12:41 pm


    Not only did the FBI steal my Passports in the FBI Raid and Break-In of my home, Mar-a-Lago, but it has just been learned through court filings that they also improperly took my complete and highly confidential medical file and history, with all the bells and whistles (at least they’ll see that I’m very healthy, an absolutely perfect physical specimen!), plus personal Tax Records (Illegal to take), and lawyer/client/privileged information, a definite NO, NO. Days of the Soviet Union!

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  11. entire story…about Minnesota governor’s stolen valor…from one who served under him and then had to step in when the coward turned tail
    entire article

    On a 150-year-old farm in Brewster, Tom Behrends hopes his tell-it-like-it-is style will finally get the attention he believes it deserves in Minnesota’s race for governor.

    “The public needs to know how pathetic his leadership was as a National Guardsman,” Behrends said about Gov. Tim Walz.

    He’s back again to wage a public war of words against Walz. This is what his grain bin looked like in the 2018 election:

    “He abandoned us. What the hell kind of leader does that? As soon as the shots were fired in Iraq, he turned and ran the other way and hung his hat up and quit,” Behrends said.

    This all starts years ago, when Behrends says Walz’s misleading statements about his military service first led him to come forward in the fall of 2018. The story was largely ignored and Minnesota’s largest newspaper, the Star Tribune, checked it out but decided not to publish, according to Behrends.

    “When the reporter called, I thought, ‘What the hell, is this North Korea?’” Behrends recalled. Alpha News reached out to the Star Tribune but didn’t receive a response.
    The backstory

    Back in early 2005, a warning order went out to southern Minnesota’s First Battalion-125th Field Artillery to mobilize for a mission to Iraq, Behrends said. Walz served as the unit’s highest non-commissioned officer after he was conditionally promoted to command sergeant major on April 1, 2005, records show. On May 16, Walz retired from the guard, avoided the deployment, and ran for Congress.

    Walz has implied in previous statements that he didn’t retire because of the deployment, but National Guard records show his service obligation wasn’t complete until September 2007.

    Behrends was next in line for the position and was asked to take his place.
    Command Sergeant Major Tom Behrends (photo provided to Alpha News)

    “I was like well, for Pete’s sake, if this guy quits, if I say I’m not going to do it, I mean, what the hell kind of leadership is that?” Behrends recalled. “If a company would say we’re going to deploy to Iraq and the foreman says, ‘I’m not going,’ what does that say to the 500 that work in that factory?”

    Command Sergeant Major Behrends went on to serve in Iraq on a nearly two-year deployment, all while Walz began using that very title as a congressman.

    Behrends said he contacted Walz with his concerns before raising the issue publicly, sending letters to Washington in 2016. The letters all went unanswered, Behrends said.
    Mainstream media ignores story

    Behrends again tried to draw attention to the story in 2018 when Congressman Walz announced his run for governor.

    “It kind of just sat there, you know, when he was a congressman. He bragged that he was a retired command sergeant major and the highest-ranking person ever in the House,” Behrends recalled.

    “Then, the state of Minnesota came out after 2018 after this was exposed and they said, ‘Well, he can say that he served as a command sergeant major, but he can’t say he’s a retired one because he’s not,’” he added.

    “He was saying that and there were campaign letters coming in the mail saying that. They said, right on there, he’s a retired command sergeant major. Just tooting his own horn, hanging on the coattails of people that actually are command sergeant majors that went through all the process and put all the time in,” Behrends said.

    A spokesperson for the Minnesota National Guard previously said Walz wasn’t able to retire as a command sergeant major since he failed to complete coursework and other requirements related to the rank.

    Documents show the Army corrected Walz’s service record. He was reduced in rank to an E-8 master sergeant after retirement.

    “It’s stolen valor is really what it is. I don’t know of anybody else that’s done what he’s done,” Behrends said.

    In 2018, Behrends gave the story the full-court press. He sent a letter with the entire story to radio and TV stations across the state. A few outlets picked up on the story, including Alpha News.

    But Twin Cities TV stations and the Star Tribune were silent, even after Behrends says the newspaper checked it all out.

    The Star Tribune editorial board endorsed Walz in 2018 for governor.
    New message

    Between lockdowns, riots, unchecked crime, and a charred police precinct, Behrends felt he had no choice but to again come forward ahead of November.

    “Allowing that to be burned down was just like having the Alamo be burned down. It was like, you defend that to the last man,” Behrends said of the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct.

    “If he would have went to Iraq, he’d still be hiding under his desk over there because that’s just, you know, just the cowardice that I see portrayed with him,” Behrends added.

    Walz’s August 2020 description of National Guard members as “19-year-old cooks” added to Behrends’ anger.

    “I would take any 19-year-old cook before I’d go to war with him,” he quickly replied.

    “I don’t know how he could even utter such a statement. I mean, it’s just absolutely sad,” he added.

    So, this election year, it’s all built up again to Behrends’ new grain bin message.

    “He called Jacob Frey an abject failure, so I was like, ‘That’s what he is,’” Behrends said of his first sign.
    Tom Behrends’ new message on his farm in Brewster, Minn. (Alpha News)

    “Walz is a traitor” also made a return.

    “The last one I put together and he said it himself too, ‘If you don’t like how I do my job, they can vote me out,’ so we got ‘vote him out’ at the bottom of it. That’s what we need to do, vote him out,” Behrends said of the last banner on his bin.

    Alpha News again asked Gov. Walz if he’s using the “command sergeant major” rank on his campaign website for political gain this year.
    A section on Gov. Walz’s campaign website where he discusses his military record.

    A spokesperson said this has been in the news before and pointed Alpha News to a past story where Walz said “normally this type of partisan political attack only comes from one who’s never worn a uniform.”

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  13. more fib abuse!!!!

    A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by Gun Owners of America (GOA) secured release of information surrounding a form which was used by the FBI in an effort to secure forfeiture of Second Amendment rights. warned of the FBI effort in 2019, after GOA discovered the “NICS Indices Self-Submission Form” in December 2019.

    The form gave Americans the opportunity to “voluntarily” give up their Second Amendment rights, allowing no means by which the forfeited rights could be resecured.

    GOA filed a FOIA suit for information related to the form and its use by the FBI.

    Demonstrators hold signs as they gather for a Second Amendment rally at the Washington State Capitol on March 20, 2021 in Olympia, Washington. (David Ryder/Getty Images)

    On September 6, 2022, the Daily Caller reported that GOA’s FOIA request revealed that the FBI actually took the form to the homes of some Americans, presenting those Americans with the option of giving up their Second Amendment rights:

    The forms were presented by the FBI to people at their homes and in other undisclosed locations, according to bureau documents unearthed through the Freedom of Information Act by the firearm rights group GOA…At least 15 people between 2016 and 2019 signed the secret forms, which ask signatories to declare themselves as either a “danger” to themselves or others or lacking “mental capacity adequately to contract or manage” their lives.

    On September 7, 2022, Breitbart News spoke with GOA VP Erich Pratt about the FBI effort and he said:

    This self-reporting form became a tool for the FBI to pressure law-abiding Americans, who have committed no crimes, to voluntarily forfeit their Second Amendment rights. The agency would put the squeeze on people to surrender their rights, based simply on hearsay evidence. And then, just like Red Flag laws, a gun owner could lose their gun rights without ever appearing before a judge or jury.

    Congress must investigate to ensure that this system and any forms tied to it have been destroyed, and most importantly, the officials responsible must be held to account for their actions which have betrayed the trust of the American people.

    Pratt also noted, “This is just the latest example of the FBI going rogue and abusing their authority to the detriment of Americans’ Constitutionally guaranteed rights. Given the Bureau’s unwillingness to answer questions or cooperate with GOA’s investigation, coupled with a total lack of Congressional oversight, this system is likely to have been misused — and the FBI knows it.”

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  14. TGP

    Hillary Clinton’s Nonprofit Gave $75,000 to Far-Left Extremist Group Trying to Dismantle Minneapolis Police Department—- what do you expect from the witch

    UK Bans COVID Vax for Kids – Investigation Finds Vaccine Affects Sexual Development in Little Boys—- Hmmmmmm but its safe

    Israeli Scientists Identified Two COVID-Neutralizing Antibodies that Could Eliminate the Need for Vaccine Booster for all Variants—– Next headline is that the Scientists messed up and are counting there money

    Dr. Jill Humiliates Joe Biden For Sitting During Standing Ovation at Portrait Unveiling for Obamas: “Honestly, Everybody Stood But Joe” —- Who?

    Project Veritas: Democrat South Carolina US Senate Candidate Krystle Matthews: You Gotta Treat White People Like Sh*t —- Guess what color she is…take a wild guess.

    High School Athlete Found with 6 Foot Long Clot In His Leg – Ending His Football Career — Doctors Baffled on Exactly What Happened?—–Such a mystery…. hmmmmmmm what ever could it be?

    2 Days Ago: EU Leader Insists Europe Will Prevail in Their Energy War with Putin… Today EU Leader Calls for Mandatory Reductions of Energy During Peak Hours—- Watch them jet off somewhere

    Three Days After Trump Holds Rally for Him in PA — Dr. Oz Says He Would Have Certified Joe Biden as President —– I can NOT stand him

    2020 VOTER FRAUD HOTBED! East Lansing, MI: 276 Ballots Cast From CLOSED MSU Dorms…11 MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN Registered to Vote At ALL-MALE Fraternity Houses…47 Ballots Cast From Addresses That Don’t Exist…And Multiple DEAD Voters— Its nice to know once your dead you can still vote.

    Non-Profit Fights Back After Biden’s COMMUNIST DOJ Subpoenas Group That LEGALLY Drafted Bill To Prevent Gender Transitioning Before 19…DEMANDS All Communications Including Social Media Posts Related To Bill—- About damn time

    Milwaukee County Committee Approves Resolution to Give Free Bus Rides to Vote on Election Day—- what are you going to do next? Given them the day off with pay?

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