Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.
PELOSI ATTACK SUSPECT OFFICIALLY CHARGED: David DePape, 42, has been charged with the attempted kidnapping of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as well as assault against her husband, Paul Pelosi, according to a federal complaint filed Monday. San Francisco’s prosecutor later announced six additional criminal charges against DePape. Read more.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said during a news conference today that it appears that based on the suspect's statements and comments made during the attack on Paul Pelosi that "this was politically motivated."
— The National Desk (@TND) November 1, 2022
BOMBSHELL REPORT ON DHS TIES TO BIG TECH: The Department of Homeland Security has been working closely with major tech companies to combat “misinformation,” according to a report from The Intercept citing internal agency documents. Read more.
Big Tech created a special portal for DHS to report “misinformation.”
In other words, for DHS to alter the narrative about top stories like the origin of COVID to Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
— Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) November 1, 2022
DATABASE WILL TRACK THREATS AGAINST OFFICIALS: A database built by researchers at Princeton University and the Anti-Defamation League will track threats and harassment against government officials across the country, Axios reported Tuesday. Read more.
FETTERMAN’S HOMETOWN PAPER ENDORSES OZ: Republican Mehmet Oz was endorsed Sunday by his Pennsylvania senate rival’s hometown newspaper, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Post-Gazette justified its snubbing of John Fetterman by citing the Democrat’s failure to disclose his health records following a stroke in May. Read more.