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Rowan Scarborough

Articles by Rowan Scarborough

Twitter censoring speech Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Partisan censoring of conservatives exposed by Rep. Jim Jordan

House Republicans have set their sights on the left-wing censorship industry, which stretches from the Biden White House to the liberal media to front groups that harass conservatives under the guise of "fact checkers." Published August 9, 2023

U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves for the District of Columbia, with Under Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Brian Nelson, right, speaks during a news conference, Tuesday, April 25, 2023, at the Justice Department in Washington. The Justice Department says British American Tobacco has agreed to a $629 million settlement to resolve allegations that it did illegal business with North Korea. In addition, federal prosecutors disclosed a cigarette trafficking scheme that raised money for North Korea's nuclear weapons program, announcing charges against three men — a North Korean banker and two Chinese facilitators. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Released D.C. felon Daeyon Ross went on deadly carjacking rampage

How Daeyon Ross went from jailed felon to a free man who accused of a murderous carjacking spree is a story that started with the Metropolitan Police Department and ended with a Biden-appointed prosecutor deciding to drop scores of cases. Published July 18, 2023

Illustration on the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Hunter Biden by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

How DOJ protected Hunter Biden and his father

The protection of Hunter Biden is long in time and vast in geography. It stretches over five years, from East Coast to West Coast, and involves various Justice Department lawyers and, at the top, an attorney general who misled Congress. Published July 10, 2023

The Department of Democratic Party Justice Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Trump vs. the Department of Democratic Party Justice

Outgoing President Donald Trump sorted through his White House records two years ago, knowing the FBI, Hillary Clinton enforcers and Democrats conspired to ruin his presidency from the start -- based on a hoax. Published June 23, 2023

Biden and China Money Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

GOP to Biden family: The jig is up, bank records don’t lie

The plan was so simple for one of the great get-rich influence-peddling schemes ever run out of Washington: Cash in on then-Vice President Joe Biden's foreign policy forays to earn millions of dollars in consulting fees. Published June 7, 2023

Hillary Clinton Colluded with Russia Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Time

Durham connects the dots to Clinton camp colluding with Russia

With special counsel John Durham's report, it should be abundantly clear that it was the Clinton team, not the Trump team, who readily colluded with the Kremlin to interfere not just in the 2016 election but in the presidency itself. Published May 24, 2023

Illustration on corruption at the FBI by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Durham exposes sins of FBI in Trump-Russia saga

The FBI's sins descended so low in the Trump-Russia saga that it has taken two voluminous investigations by the Justice Department's inspector general and now special counsel John Durham to expose and condemn. Published May 18, 2023

Illustration on the proposed electrification (EV) of U.S. armed forces military vehicles by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

EV millionaire Granholm electrifies U.S. military

Jennifer Granholm, electric vehicle industry millionaire turned President Biden's military expert and secretary of energy, has taken great pleasure in commanding the common folk to buy pricey electric vehicles. Published May 2, 2023