Citizens United might file federal elections complaint against Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg's $18 million donation to the DNC last week may have violated federal campaign laws. That's according to Citizens United, a conservative advocacy group who told One America News they may file a formal complaint against the billionaire. Richard Pollock interviewed the group's president about their possible legal action against Bloomberg.
Vice President Mike Pence pledged the full support of the Trump administration to Washington state officials Thursday as the coronavirus death toll there continued to mount.(March 5) The National Legal and Policy Center, a conservative legal watchdog group, has filed complaints against Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) following his threats against two Supreme Court justices. One America's John Hines sat down with lawyer Paul Kamenar, who said Schumer's actions could result in a criminal referral. A federal judge ruled against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's efforts to clean up his state's voter rolls back in 2018, which has prompted questions regarding election integrity. The lawsuit against Kemp is backed by serious left-wing activists. One America's Pearson Sharp explains. Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer Magazine editor Farron Cousins take a look back at the 2010 BP oil spill, which new studies show was actually far worse than reported. BP had made concerted efforts with media outlets to downplay the impact of its Deepwater Horizon spill, which ravaged marine ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding waters. Also, attorney and former media darling Michael Avenatti is found guilty of extorting Nike for millions of dollars. Plus, Juul is facing the fire as ads for their e-cigarettes have been found popping up on websites designed for teens, including Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon.
Then, RT correspondent Michele Greenstein walks us through charges of racketeering and intellectual property theft filed by the DOJ against Chinese telecomm giant Huawei. This is just the latest development in a long saga of disputes between the Chinese 5G developer and the U.S. government. Is this feud truly rooted in security concerns, or is it actually economic?
Finally, legal journalist Mollye Barrows discusses a horrific case of sex trafficking and extortion unearthed just outside the Sarah Lawrence College campus in New York. Lawrence Ray exploited his own daughter and her peers to run a ‘sex cult' out of her dorm room, which Ray himself also lived in.