Defense Attorney ⚖ Politico calls me a “Conservative firebrand”
Jan 26 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
After it was revealed that at least 12 of UN's UNRWA employees were involved in the October 7 atrocities, as well as hundreds of them who celebrated after the fact, the U.S. decided to abruptly pull funding.
Background on the UNRWA involvement on October 7
Hamas published a video showing 19 year old hostages Daniella Gilboa and Karina Ariev, as well as 30 year old Doron Steinbrecher, the blonde veterinarian nurse who has been 112 days without her prescription medication.
This is the first time that we’re seeing these three women alive. The propaganda video claims it was recorded on day 107 but Hamas often lies and there is no corroboration of the date.
As a reminder, the Red Cross refused to take Doron’s prescription medication to her and told her parents to instead think about the needs of the Palestinians.
I’ll be voting for Ron DeSantis in the Republican primary.
Here is a thread explaining why.
Back in April 2023, I discussed DeSantis with @johnburk39 as the only potential candidate who understood the concerns of American parents.
As a parent, I put my children first. My vote hinges on the candidate who will act in their best interest.
Dec 29, 2023 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
23andMe was hacked with the profile data of Ashkenazi Jews specifically targeted in the breach.
According to emails sent to customers today from 23andMe, the data that was hacked included: ancestry, Family Tree, display name, relationship labels, self-reported location (city/zip code), and birth year.
The date of the 23andMe cyber attack predates the October 7 massacre in Israel.
It's now even more concerning that hackers were gathering the names and addresses of genetic Jews.
Dec 21, 2023 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
I mean it politely when I say — WTF
This guy is a psychopath.
Dec 19, 2023 • 6 tweets • 3 min read
According to Israeli news, NBC News apparently figured out that Palestinian civilians were responsible for some of the kidnappings on October 7 but they’re not publishing the story yet.
As someone who has watched dozens of these kidnapping videos I can tell you that very few of the people taken hostage from Israel on October 7 were taken by actual Hamas terrorists.
Most were taken by plain-clothed Palestinian civilians.
Many of the people taken hostage by plain clothed civilians were still given back to Israel during the ceasefire deal with Hamas. Meaning the people taken hostage by civilians are still somehow delivered to Hamas. Maybe Hamas buys the hostages from the civilians or simply takes them by force, but Hamas was able to account for many of them.
Moreover, the other Israeli hostages reported seeing Noa in captivity— which means she was kept somewhere or by similar people who would be able to produce her technically if she were alive.
But I do find it disgusting that NBC News would rather protect the terroristic activities of Palestinian civilians from public scrutiny than help reveal the truth about the kidnapping of an innocent Israeli girl. Shame on them.
I forgot to add this — this is true.
Deputy leader of Hamas in Gaza: There will be no exchange of hostages and terrorists until the end of the war.
According to him, “Hamas released the kidnapped women and children in its possession.”
17 women and child hostages are unaccounted for. This includes 19 year old Naama Levi, last seen tied up with bloodied pants and slit heels; 26 year old Noa Argamani, last seen on the back of a motorcycle being driven by a Palestinian civilian into Gaza; and the Bibas brothers and their mother.
I will add that I find it highly suspicious that the most famous hostages are the ones Hamas can’t locate.
Nov 15, 2023 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
In 2014, 89% of Palestinians supported terrorist attacks on Israelis.
In 2022, 72% of Palestinians said that Hamas wasn’t doing enough terrorism and they needed to form more terrorist groups.
In 2023, 60 of the 240 hostages taken are being held by Palestinian civilians.
In the middle of a war started by Palestinian terrorists - who committed unspeakable tortures and cruelties to Israeli families, dismembering children in front of their parents, burning children alive, and worse- a rocket hit a hospital.
Whose rocket hit the hospital in Gaza?🧵
Right before the rocket was launched, Hamas announced they were launching rockets.
I didn’t want this warning to be real. But it is.
I don’t agree with Israel that we should not share the imagery. That imagery is what gets the world to see what the Israelis are living through. It’s absolutely physiological warfare, but this psychological warfare is a double edged sword.
Oct 8, 2023 • 16 tweets • 5 min read
Gaza / Hamas is telling the Palestinian civilians not to leave Gaza so that they can use the women and children as human shields.
Israel, on the other hand told the civilian Palestinians to leave to avoid civilian casualties. That’s the difference between civilized people and barbarians.
Israel goes above and beyond to warn all civilians before bombing the areas held by Hamas. That means Hamas also gets the messages. That’s why the militants leave as they instruct the civilians to stay.
Aug 9, 2023 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Special Counsel obtained a search warrant for Donald Trump’s Twitter account @realdonaldtrump
Although @elonmusk’s Twitter tried to withhold Trump’s records due to the nondisclosure provision of the search warrant, and was fined $350K in the process for not complying timely,… https://t.co/N57nwddbAstwitter.com/i/web/status/1…
The implication from the fact that a search warrant was granted to a public account that was suspended by Twitter in 2021 and then reinstated by Musk in 2022 is that when Trump’s account was restored with it were restored his unsent Tweets and DM exchanges, things we can’t see… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
Jun 20, 2023 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Why are Hunter Biden’s charges being brought in Delaware when the offense conduct occurred in DC?
“On day one, I will have folks that will get together and look at all these cases, who people are victims of weaponization or political targeting, and we will be aggressive at issuing pardons.”
“If there are three other people who did the same thing, but just in a context like BLM and they don't get prosecuted at all, that is uneven application of justice, and so we're going to find ways where that did not happen, and then we will use the pardon power — and I will do that at the front end.”
“Any example of disfavored treatment based on politics or weaponization would be included in that review, no matter how small or how big.”
DeSantis has a fantastic history of pardoning people politically persecuted.