Former GOP Candidate Tim Scott Evades Questions on Trump’s Liable Verdict in Sexual Abuse Lawsuit, Focuses on Return to Normalcy

Washington, D.C. – Former Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott found himself in an uncomfortable position when pressed by ABC news reporter Martha Raddatz regarding former President Donald Trump’s recent legal troubles. Raddatz questioned whether Trump being found liable for sexual abuse and being ordered to pay author E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million bothered Scott or his supporters. Scott appeared surprised and unprepared for the question, responding, “Myself and all the voters that support Donald Trump support a return to normalcy as it relates to what affects their kitchen table. The average person in our country … Read more

Former Executive Assistant Accuses Operation Underground Railroad Founder Tim Ballard of Sexual Assault in Multiple Jurisdictions

Salt Lake City, Utah – Celeste Borys, a former executive assistant to Tim Ballard, the founder of Operation Underground Railroad (OUR), has filed criminal complaints claiming that Ballard sexually assaulted her in four jurisdictions, according to her attorney. Last week, Borys and her lawyer flew to California to make these allegations. Previously, she had filed a criminal complaint with the Lindon Police Department in Utah County. In addition to Utah, Borys has now reported assaults to police departments in San Diego, San Clemente, and the San Jose suburb of Campbell, as well as to Los … Read more

Congressman Tim Walberg Faces Backlash for Alleged Support of Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Law

Tipton, Michigan – Congressman Tim Walberg, a Republican from Tipton, is facing criticism after video footage emerged showing him encouraging Uganda‚Äôs leaders to stand firm against international pressure and condemnation. The lawmakers passed a law that imposes the death penalty for acts of “aggravated homosexuality.” Walberg made these remarks during the country’s national prayer breakfast at the president’s residence in Kampala. He clarified that he does not support the criminalization of homosexuality, according to his office. Uganda has drawn widespread condemnation since enacting a law in May 2023 that outlaws gay marriage and imposes life … Read more