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Susan Rice, Joe Biden green lighted for FISA 702 illegal domestic spying

WASHINGTON, DC: FISA Court Presiding Judge James Baosburg has buried all 4th amendment constitutional protections. Allowing continued unfettered domestic spying by the FBI, DOJ, or CIA using NSA systems under FISA 702 authority. The very same authority leading to over 40000 illegal searches of NSA databases by the Obama Biden administration. Illegally spying on tens of thousands of their domestic political opponents between 2012 and 2016. An operation run by Joe Biden and Susan Rice, coordinated by John Brennan, James Clapper, and James Comey.
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Susan Rice burning sage in her West Wing office, once occupied by Stephen Miller

As a prominent Black Democrat often vilified by conservatives, she’s aware of the “symbolism” of occupying the space where Miller formulated policies, including the widely reviled child separation policy, and has taken a few steps to redecorate. In the room, a painting from Haiti’s Caribbean nation now hangs, and the...
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Auditions for "Not Someone Like Me" by Susan Rice

Auditions hosted by Riot Act, Inc. at the Center for the Arts or via Zoom. Performances will run April 23-25, directed by Deborah Supowit. A play about sexual assault based on five true stories. Speaking out turns victims into survivors, if not heroes. Roles for five women. Please bring your schedule of conflicts including work schedule through April 23. Contact us to schedule an audition time.
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The Sunday Show exclusive: Susan Rice makes case for Biden’s racial justice, equity plan

President Joe Biden’s racial justice and universal equity plans are explained by Fmr. Amb. Susan Rice, who is now leading these projects as the director of the United States Domestic Policy Council. In this exclusive on The Sunday Show, Rice also addresses the question of gun control activist David Hogg about the Biden administration’s plans to solve gun violence, posed earlier in this episode.Jan. 31, 2021.
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Susan Rice wants every federal agency to focus on racial equity

When talking about her work leading President Biden’s racial equity initiative, Susan Rice can be funny but is always focused. Just a week or so into his administration, Biden has quickly transformed the White House from one that coddled and comforted white supremacists under Donald Trump into an engine targeting systemic racism. While it’s too early to tell how successful that effort will be, Rice, the head of the president’s Domestic Policy Council, has already become the face, the energy and ultimately the person responsible for turning the words into results.
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Susan Rice says threat of white supremacists ‘plain for all Americans’ to see after Capitol riot

President Joe Biden has ordered an intelligence assessment to uncover the “origins and roots” of violent white nationalism in the wake of the attack on the US Capitol,  domestic policy adviser Susan Rice told reporters on Tuesday."We have seen and it’s been plain for all Americans on their television sets just how serious a problem we face from nationalists and white supremacists who have demonstrated a willingness to resort to violence in some instances," she said.A “comprehensive assessment of the nature of this threat and challenge” will help determine policy to address it, she said.The National Security Council will...
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The Daily 202: Susan Rice plans to put racial equity at the heart of Biden's agenda

Welcome to The Daily 202 newsletter! I’m your new host, Olivier Knox. I arrived here via SiriusXM, and Yahoo News before that, and got my start in journalism in 1996 at Agence France-Presse. I’m thrilled to be taking over for James Hohmann, and I hope you’ll stick with me as we experiment with this newsletter and delve into the Biden presidency. We're turning this into a lunchtime read, coming out at noon — a little early today because it's Inauguration Day. Tell your friends to sign up here.