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September 25, 2020

Sep 25 06:54

REVEALED: FBI analysts thought agency's handling of case against Michael Flynn was a 'nightmare' and that some agents 'wanted a Clinton presidency'

FBI analysts who had knowledge into the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn were concerned about the agency's conduct, with some speculating that certain agents wanted Hillary Clinton to be president.

Sep 25 06:51

QE is not "currently" inflationary

Sep 25 06:50

NYT: Bad People Are Skeptical of the Sainthood of Breonna Taylor and Michael Brown

From the New York Times news section:

Sep 25 06:48

China's sinister invasion of Hollywood: How almost every major LA studio kowtows to Beijing - through subtle propaganda, twisted storylines and censored logos - in return for its cash

Did you watch the Marvel comics superhero film Dr Strange and wonder why British actress Tilda Swinton stood in for a Tibetan mystic?

Sep 25 06:47

Death row inmate, 40, utters final words, 'I'm ready, Father' as he becomes the only black and seventh federal prisoner to be executed this year for the 1999 shooting death of religious young couple whose bodies he burned in the trunk of their car

A man who killed a religious couple visiting Texas from Iowa was executed Thursday, the first black inmate put to death as part of the Trump administration's resumption of federal executions.

Sep 25 06:47

Secret, powerful panels will pick Covid-19 vaccine winners

Most Americans have never heard of Dr. Richard Whitley, an expert in pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.

Yet as the coronavirus pandemic drags on and the public eagerly awaits a vaccine, he may well be among the most powerful people in the country.

Sep 25 06:47

Harvey’s Homies: the Weinstein Scandal as Paradigm of Collectivist Jewish Predation on Atomized Gentiles

Many centuries after Tacitus, Westerners are definitely not blessed with times to speak freely. Jonathan Sacks, then the Chief Rabbi of Britain, pointed out in 2007 that Western politics had been “poisoned by the rise of identity politics, as minorities and aggrieved groups jockeyed first for rights, then for special treatment.” Sacks next said something that would have got him into serious trouble if he hadn’t been Jewish himself: “The process … began with Jews, before being taken up by blacks, women and gays.” Sacks was right: the process did begin with Jews. And it’s continued with Jews, as they use their verbal fluency, psychological intensity and massive over-representation in the media and law to intensify what I call minority worship, or the treatment of minorities like Jews and Blacks as the saintly victims of White oppression.

Sep 25 06:46

Shocking moment a pickup truck hits a female BLM protester and then drives OVER her, almost striking a medic trying to attend to her before speeding off

Shocking footage has emerged showing a pickup truck hitting a woman after plowing into a crowd of Black Lives Matter protesters in Los Angeles.

Sep 25 06:44

Are You Feeling Safer? ‘War of the Worlds’ Pits U.S. and Israel Against Everyone Else

The media being focused on an upcoming election, coronavirus, fires on the West Coast and burgeoning BLM and Antifa unrest, it is perhaps no surprise that some stories are not exactly making it through to the evening news. Last week an important vote in the United Nations General Assembly went heavily against the United States. It was regarding a non-binding resolution that sought to suspend all economic sanctions worldwide while the coronavirus cases continue to increase. It called for “intensified international cooperation and solidarity to contain, mitigate and overcome the pandemic and its consequences.” It was a humanitarian gesture to help overwhelmed governments and health care systems cope with the pandemic by having a free hand to import food and medicines.

Sep 25 06:44

The Murder of the First Amendment

The illegal and unwarranted prosecution of Julian Assange by the US Government in a British court, if court it is and not a Star Chamber, is in fact the prosecution of the First Amendment. It will prevent journalists in the future from informing the public of criminal activity by government. This is already the case in a number of countries, and the US and UK are about to join them. Washington, working through a British judge and a British prosecutor, is murdering the First Amendment and, thereby, accountable government.

The US government’s case for Assange’s extradition to the US that is working its way through a CIA-suborned British court that redefines journalists who hold government accountable as spies. In other words, journalists who reveal criminal actions of governments are guilty of espionage. If this were in fact the case, the New York Times would have been prosecuted for publishing the Pentagon Papers.

Sep 25 06:41

BLM protesters storm Florida dining patio and threaten to 'knock out' man protecting his wife, a cop is battered with baseball bat in Seattle and car rams Denver demonstrators in ugly videos from a night of unrest over Breonna Taylor

Diners at a Florida restaurant were harassed by protesters who took to the streets on Wednesday night to demonstrate after a Kentucky grand jury's decision not to indict any police officers over the death of Breonna Taylor.

Sep 25 06:40


When I last posted an article about Brexit in May I discussed how the convergence of a possible world trade organisation scenario with the EU and the Covid-19 lockdown measures would serve to exacerbate the economic strain that the UK is currently being subjected to. I argued that as the devastation brought about by the self imposed lockdown became more profound, not only would a WTO Brexit compound matters but it would also put further downward pressure on sterling and prove a harbinger for a significant spike in inflation over the coming years.

Sep 25 06:40

All the Chips Are on the Table Now

“As everyone knows, I made it clear that my first choice for the Supreme Court will make history as the first African American woman justice.”

So Joe Biden promised. Since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, however, Biden has refused to produce a list of Black female judges and scholars whom he would consider for the now-vacant seat.

What is his problem?

Sep 25 06:39

Defund-The-Police Fail, Texas Style: Dallas Ups Police Spending Despite 'Cutting' OT

Dallas City Council cuts police overtime budget by $ 7 million Most of the money from the overtime cuts will be redistributed to other department purposes, however overall the budget of teh department was increased in what is seen as a shell game to avoid BLM conflict.

The Dallas City Council voted Wednesday to cut the overtime budget for the city's police department by $7 million, but resisted broader calls to defund the department.

Most of the money from the overtime cuts will be redistributed to other purposes in the department, including more than $ 3.8 million to hire 95 civilian workers to replace police officers in desk jobs so they can return to street patrols.

Sep 25 06:38

Now You Can Get a Job as a Science Denialist Even at Caltech

Well, not you. But a person of the proper race (which does not exist), gender, orientation, and politics can.

Sep 25 06:38

TEXAS: Gregg County Commissioner and Three Others Arrested in Connection to Organized Ballot-Harvesting Scheme During 2018 Democrat Primary

Gregg County Commissioner Shannon Brown, Marlena Jackson, Charlie Burns, and DeWayne Ward were arrested on charges in connection with an organized ballot harvesting scheme during the 2018 Democrat primary, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Thursday.

A $25,000 bond has been set for each person charged.

Elections officials became suspicious after Shannon Brown won the primary in March of 2018 by 5 votes after a recount.

An unusual number of mail-in ballots were cast in the 2018 primary race for precinct 4 commissioner in Gregg County.

Sep 25 06:37

Trump Launches His America First Healthcare Plan With An Executive Order That Protects People With Pre-Existing Conditions - As He Continues To Back His Court Challenge That Will Kill Off Obamacare

President Donald Trump signed an executive order with great fanfare Thursday that proclaims protecting patients with pre-existing conditions is official U.S. policy.

Sep 25 06:36

HHS Spokesman Michael Caputo Who Went On Medical Leave After Attacks On 'Deep State Scientists' Is Diagnosed With Head And Neck Cancer After Being Steered To Treatment By Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Robert Redfield

Michael Caputo, the Trump loyalist who took a 60-day leave from his post as a Health and Human Services Department spokesman after telling supporters to 'buy ammunition,' has been diagnosed with neck and brain cancer.

Sep 25 06:34

Ivanka Trump and VP Mike Pence visit salon destroyed in the violence that followed George Floyd's death as they bring their law and order tour to Minnesota and take part in a 'Cops for Trump' listening session

Ivanka Trump and Mike Pence have paid a surprise visit to a hair salon in Minneapolis that was destroyed by rioting in the city in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.

Sep 25 06:34

Donald Trump says he isn't sure the election can be 'honest' – two hours after White House Kayleigh McEnany says he WILL accept the results of a 'free and fair election' following his refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power

President Donald Trump said Thursday he isn't sure the election could be 'honest' – just minutes after his press secretary asserted that he would accept the results of the election so long as it was 'free and fair.'

Sep 25 06:32

Trump accuses Biden of launching an 'anti-police crusade' and surrendering to 'flag burners and rioters' as he slams Democrat after two cops were shot during BLM unrest in Louisville

President Donald Trump went full 'law and order' at his rally Thursday night in Jacksonville, Florida accusing his rival Democratic Joe Biden of going on an 'anti-police crusade' and calling law enforcement the 'enemy.'

Sep 25 06:32

'He'll ask me tough questions and it'll be unfair': Trump accuses presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace of being 'controlled by the radical left' - months after the Fox News host mocked him about that 'easy' cognitive test

President Donald Trump took swings at Chris Wallace days before the Fox News host is to moderate the first presidential debate – accusing Wallace of being 'controlled' by the left.

Sep 25 06:30

'It was just a political chant. We could hardly hear it': Trump brushes off protesters booing him and Melania when they paid their respects to RBG at Supreme Court on Thursday

President Donald Trump said he couldn't hear the protesters who booed him and first lady Melania Trump when they paid their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court on Thursday.

Sep 25 06:29

Emotional moment an 89-year-old Papa John's pizza delivery driver struggling to make ends meet is handed a $12,000 tip by TikTok who star started fundraising drive

An elderly delivery driver has been presented with a $12,000 tip after a TikTok star started a fundraiser for the cash-strapped senior citizen.

Sep 25 06:27

MORE ELECTION FRAUD: Democrat Officials In Massachusetts DESTROY Over 1 Million Ballots from Senate Primary

Former US Senate candidate Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, the inventor of Email, accused Massachusetts officials of illegally destroying over 1 million ballots in a US Senate primary race.

This is election fraud. In fact a Massachusetts Elections Attorney confirmed to Dr. Shiva that ballot images, used for counting votes, that must be saved by FEDERAL LAW for 22 months are nowhere to be found.

Sep 25 06:27

Louisville Church Opens Doors as Sanctuary for Rioters, Black Militants Threaten to Beat Up White People and Press If They Don’t Leave

A church in Louisville has opened their doors as a sanctuary for rioters because they are exempt from the curfew imposed by the mayor.

Rioters immediately began flocking to the church, and are now threatening white people and press with assault if they do not leave the grounds.

A leader from the First Unitarian Church explained to livestreamers outside that “houses of worship are exempt from the curfew” and that “the church has opened this up as a sanctuary zone” where rioters can “get legal aid if they need.”

Sep 25 06:26

R.I.P. Uncle Ben's: Once, A Legitimate Source Of Black-Pride Is Now 'Racist' & Cancelled

Mars Inc. has renamed its Uncle Ben’s rice products “Ben’s Original,” joining the many food producers who have already decided to ditch a brand over fear of racist judgment.

The Virginia-based company is also scrapping the famous face of the product: a white-haired black man that has adorned its rice boxes for decades — an image that’s long been criticized as a racist stereotype.

Sep 25 06:25


A four year old video from Wi-Fiber Technology does not even come close to telling the whole story of how law enforcement and Fusion Centers can use this product to secretly monitor Americans.

At approximately the 1 minute mark of the above video, Wi-Fiber offers a glimpse into how government agencies use their product to "improve public safety and emergency response in real-time."

A look at Wi-Fiber's website reveals next to nothing about how their "Self-Forming, Modular, Autonomous, Real-Time, Turn-Key" (S.M.A.R.T.) product is used. Which opens up a ton of questions.

Readers are left guessing as to how and why law enforcement would want to use S.M.A.R.T. until you start to read between the lines.

Sep 25 06:24

Wisconsin Authorities Investigate Absentee Ballots Found In Ditch, As FBI Probes Discarded Pro-Trump Ballots In PA

Police in the swing-state of Wisconsin are investigating how three trays of mail which included absentee ballots ended up in a ditch, after the mail was found at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning near a highway before it was immediately turned over to the US Postal Service, according to Fox 11.

"The United States Postal Inspection Service immediately began investigating and we reserve further comment on this matter until that is complete," said USPS spokesman Bob Sheehan in a statement.

Sep 25 06:24

Civilization Requires Collective Common Sense

After the summer protests and rioting in many large cities, activists demanded a defunding, or at least radical pullbacks, of the police. So-called crime experts often concurred. So some city governments ignored public warnings and diminished their police presence despite a sharp rise in crime in many cities. Looting and arson were often ignored.

If you call 911 in a large American city, there is no guarantee that anyone will answer promptly and send out police to aid the endangered. So gun sales have soared. Some people who never before owned weapons, or even opposed the use of firearms, are now terrified to remain unarmed. Self-protection often outweighs abstract ideology.

Sep 25 06:23

BREAKING: Black Lives Matter Rioters in Hollywood Chase Down and Attack Driver.. UPDATE… DRIVER DETAINED (SHOCKING VIDEO)

Black Lives Matter rioters hopped in a car and chased down a white Prius who had attempted to maneuver through their protest — causing a car accident and physically attacking the driver.

The shocking incident was captured by a local news helicopter.

Sep 25 06:22

Florida Attorney General Moody Stands By Investigation Into Bloomberg Felon Donations

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody stood by her call to open an investigation into Mike Bloomberg, who is allegedly paying the fines of black and Hispanic felons in Florida to allow them to vote.

Sep 25 06:21

Former sheriff's deputy who admitted to having sex with the 16-year-old son of her ex-boyfriend is sentenced to a year in jail

A former California sheriff’s deputy who pleaded guilty to having sex with the 16-year-old son of her ex-boyfriend has been sentenced to a year in jail.

Sep 25 06:21

Retired LAPD sergeant is slammed for 'shameful' comment and 'race-baiting' Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron after saying he doesn't speak for black people and is 'skinfolk' but not 'kinfolk'

A retired sergeant from the Los Angeles Police Department sparked outrage on social media when she told MSNBC on Wednesday that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who is black, is 'skinfolk but he is not kinfolk.'

Sep 25 06:19

Louisville police major calls BLM and Antifa supporters 'punks' who will always be 'living in their parents' basement' and 'washing our cars' in a message to division she commands

A Louisville Metro Police major blasted Black Lives Matter protesters and Antifa as 'punks' who will always be living in their parents' basement, working in Walmart or 'washing our cars' in a message to colleagues last month.

Sep 25 06:18

Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor unrest heroically shows up to roll call one night later

One of the two officers shot during Wednesday night's riots in Louisville has returned to his police precinct just hours after being released from hospital.

Sep 25 06:17

Feds, In Unusual Statement, Announce They're Investigating A Few Discarded Ballots

The FBI and the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania said Thursday that they are investigating "potential issues" with nine military ballots in one county. They believe the ballots were opened improperly — though they have not yet filed any charges or taken official action.

U.S. Attorney David Freed noted the investigation remains active, but said he is releasing the news publicly "based on the limited amount of time before the general election and the vital public importance of these issues."

Voting rights experts and Justice Department veterans, however, said that proximity to the election and the preliminary nature of the investigation make Freed's announcement highly unusual.

Sep 25 06:13

Hacked Software Provider Won't Say if Ransomware Involved

A day after informing customers that it had been hacked by an unknown intruder, a major U.S. provider of software services to state and local governments said the impact appeared limited.

Brett Callow, an analyst with the cybersecurity firm Emsisoft, said Tyler may have been hit with the same ransomware that struck the Texas Department of Transportation, based on an encrypted file uploaded to the Google-owned malware identification service VirusTotal in June that included “tylertech" in the file name.

Sep 25 06:12

Trump Accuses Biden Of Launching An 'Anti-Police Crusade' And Surrendering To 'Flag Burners And Rioters' As He Slams Democrat After Two Cops Were Shot During BLM Unrest In Louisville

President Donald Trump went full 'law and order' at his rally Thursday night in Jacksonville, Florida accusing his rival Democratic Joe Biden of going on an 'anti-police crusade' and calling law enforcement the 'enemy.'

Sep 25 06:11

The Gentleperson's Guide To Forum Spies

There are several techniques for the control and manipulation of a internet forum no matter what, or who is on it. We will go over each technique and demonstrate that only a minimal number of operatives can be used to eventually and effectively gain a control of a 'uncontrolled forum.'

Sep 25 06:11

Biden-Harris will protect Big Tech and allow continued censorship of conservative, pro-America voices

With big tech firms facing increasing scrutiny under the Trump administration, experts are now saying that a Biden-Harris administration could benefit Silicon Valley.

Tech companies are currently facing a number of probes and investigations. Facebook and Google are currently facing probes from dozens of state attorneys general in separate cases amid broad concerns about the effects the companies have on competition and consumers. In addition, the House Judiciary Committee has also put the four Big Tech companies – Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google – under scrutiny over potential anti-competitive behavior.

A Biden-Harris administration, experts say, could signal a return to a friendly stance held during the Obama era – where Biden served as vice president – negatively affecting or even ending the ongoing probes. The pair, they note, has made little mention of antitrust or other tech industry concerns.

Sep 25 06:11

Dems make it increasingly clear they CAN’T win elections and enact their left-wing policies without cheating and rigging the system

If we still lived in colonial times, the modern Democratic Party would be viewed with as much bile and venom as our founders viewed the English crown, because King George was the same kind of authoritarian who ruled and lorded over his subjects instead of governing via the will of the people.

Democrats’ reaction to President Donald Trump’s decision to name a successor to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the Nov. 3 election, and the GOP-controlled Senate’s intention to give its advice and consent in approving the nominee, proves the point: The Democratic Party doesn’t want to govern, it wants to rule. And they don’t care if the have to blow up our system of government in order to gain power.

Sep 25 06:10

Kentucky lawmaker who proposed 'Breonna's law' to stop 'no-knock' warrants is arrested for rioting as Louisville is rocked by a second night of unrest and BLM mob occupies a church for sanctuary after curfew

A Kentucky Democrat who proposed 'Breonna's law' legislation that would ban the use of no-knock warrants across the state was arrested while protesting in Louisville on Thursday night and charged with rioting.

Sep 25 06:10

EXCLUSIVE - Hazmat-suited officials detain BA cabin crew in Hong Kong forcing them into coronavirus quarantine camp after one of them tests positive... but the pilots are allowed to jet home

British Airways cabin crew have been detained by hazmat-suited officials in Hong Kong after one of them tested positive for coronavirus.

Sep 25 06:10

Hands Up, Don’t Sing: Idaho Nazi Brownshirt Cops Arrest Christians While Singing Hymns For Violation Of Unconstitutional Mask Order

Each of the criminal cops that executed the unconstitutional order to arrest Christians who were singing hymns in the parking lot of city hall in Moscow, Idaho should be arrested themselves, charged and removed from any capacity of public service. Yet, does anyone think that’s going to happen? Nope, not a chance unless Christians start taking a stand against the tyranny and bringing the law to bear against tyrants and their agents of the state.

The Church is pastored by author Douglas Wilson.

Sep 25 06:09

BuzzFeed News And The International Consortium Of Investigative Journalists Publish Landmark Investigation Exposing Global Network Of Financial Corruption On Government's Watch

BuzzFeed News and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) today published the FinCEN Files, an investigation of historic scale. It exposes how the giants of Western banking move trillions of dollars in suspicious transactions around the world, enriching themselves and their shareholders while the government fails to stop it. The project, which involves a team of more than 400 reporters in 88 countries assembled by ICIJ, is based on thousands of pages of government documents shared with the coalition by BuzzFeed News. The documents — which are so sensitive that the US Treasury Department published an unprecedented advance statement protesting the release of this investigation — reveal how some of the world’s biggest banks have facilitated the work of notorious terrorists, drug cartels, and despots.

Sep 25 06:08

Biden or Trump will mean four more years of cheerleading for Israel

A July poll found that 67 per cent of Americans thought their lawmakers should question the Israel-US relationship, rising to 81 per cent of Democrats. Yet, both Presidential candidates are competing over who is the most pro-Israel

Sep 25 06:08

Watch In His Own Words: Why Trump Is Pushing SCOTUS Nominee Fast-Track

President Trump on Wednesday pushed Republicans to quickly approve his nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg because most likely the Nov. 3 election will be resolved by the Supreme Court.

Trump said the mass distribution of mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic probably will be summarized in a legal battle that justices will decide.

Sep 25 06:08

NYC threatens to SHUT non-essential businesses in neighborhoods where COVID-19 cases are on the rise

The New York City Health Department has threatened to crack down on six neighborhoods where COVID-19 cases are on the rise.

Sep 25 06:07


In April, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (FISCR) published an opinion that set the civil liberties community on edge. It addressed whether it had jurisdiction to resolve several First Amendment claims seeking access to opinions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC).

FISCR acknowledged that civil liberties groups that brought suit had satisfied two of the three jurisdictional requirements. First, a lack of access to these opinions was unquestionably an injury that could be redressed by a court, making the case actionable and live. Second, the FISC withheld those opinions based on federal law. But FISCR found that the third needed category—that the issue must be authorized by a “jurisdictional statute”—was not satisfied.

Sep 25 06:06

Sounds familiar! 1918 newspapers reveal dating advice given during the Spanish flu pandemic - with experts warning people to wear masks during sex and kiss through handkerchiefs

The coronavirus pandemic has meant a lot of changes for singletons who are actively dating, with health experts warning everyone to limit their physical contact with people they don't live with.

Sep 25 06:05

The FBI is to investigate the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy as he reversed a vehicle out his family's garage in the US state of Kansas. A police officer fired 13 shots, killing John Albers, 17, on 20 January 2018 in a Kansas City suburb. Police

The FBI is to investigate the fatal police shooting of a teenage boy as he reversed a vehicle out his family's garage in the US state of Kansas.

A police officer fired 13 shots, killing John Albers, 17, on 20 January 2018 in a Kansas City suburb.

Police had been called to check on the boy, who had ADHD, after his online posts prompted fears for his safety.
The boy's mother, Sheila Albers, sued Overland Park for violating her son's constitutional rights, and the city last year settled the wrongful death lawsuit for $2.3m.
Mrs Albers told KCUR in Kansas City last year: "We left the house at about 5:10 and John was dead by 5:50.

"If you were there to prevent a suicide, why would you draw your gun?"

Sep 25 06:03

Violent clashes break out in Seattle, crowds occupy St Louis freeway and NYC demonstrators demand to defund the police as BLM supporters take to the streets across the nation for a second night of Breonna Taylor protests

Protesters fought running battles with police on bicycles and blocked off intersections by setting dumpsters ablaze in Seattle last night as nationwide protests continued for a second night.

Sep 25 06:03

'I was taught in the schools and churches of Kentucky': George Clooney fires back at Kentucky AG who criticized celebs for commenting on Breonna Taylor case having never lived in the state

Celebrities reacted with outrage to a Kentucky grand jury's decision to indict only one of the police officers being investigated for their roles in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

Sep 25 05:59

PICTURED: Two Louisville cops shot by gunman as suspect is charged with 'wanton endangerment' - the same charge issued against Breonna Taylor cop - and not attempted murder despite 'intentionally firing' at them

The two Louisville cops shot during protests over the Kentucky grand jury's decision not to bring murder charges against the officers involved in Breonna's Taylor's death have been identified, as the suspected gunman faces charges for wanton endangerment.

Sep 25 05:58

Plug-in hybrids are a 'wolf in sheep's clothing'

Carbon dioxide emissions from plug-in hybrid cars are as much as two-and-a-half times higher than official tests suggest, according to new research.

Plug-in hybrid vehicles are powered by an electric motor using a battery that is recharged by being plugged in or via an on-board petrol or diesel engine.

They account for 3% of new car sales.

But analysis from pressure groups Transport and Environment and Greenpeace suggest they emit an average of 120g of CO2 per km.

That compares with the 44g per km in official "lab" tests

Sep 25 05:55

'Sex-for-roles' actress Charlotte Kirk files lawsuit against three Hollywood movie moguls to lift gag order over 2013 incident where she claims 'she was forced into having non-consensual sex with Warner Bros. CEO to seal $450M financing deal'

British actress Charlotte Kirk has filed a secret lawsuit against three Hollywood producers in an attempt to lift a gag order relating to a 2013 incident in which she claims she was forced into having non-consensual sex to secure a film financing deal.

Sep 25 05:55

Biden VS Biden

Sep 25 05:54

Justice Sleeps And "We, The People" Suffer: No, The US Supreme Court Will Not Save Us

It doesn’t matter which party gets to pick the replacement to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. The battle that is gearing up right now is yet more distraction and spin to keep us oblivious to the steady encroachment on our rights by the architects of the American Police State.

Americans can no longer rely on the courts to mete out justice.

Although the courts were established to serve as Courts of Justice, what we have been saddled with, instead, are Courts of Order. This is true at all levels of the judiciary, but especially so in the highest court of the land, the U.S. Supreme Court, which is seemingly more concerned with establishing order and protecting government interests than with upholding the rights of the people enshrined in the U.S. Constitution.

Sep 25 05:53

'Send me a text!' Barack Obama gives out his 'phone number' to the American public asking them to sound off on the 2020 election - and promises to write back

President Barack Obama gave out his 'phone number' to the American people, asking that they send him a text.

Sep 25 05:53

France Demands Brussels Force Every EU Nation to Take Third World Migrants

France has demanded that every EU country be forced to take in a share of illegal immigrants arriving on European soil.

Speaking to France Inter on Wednesday, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin asserted that “the migration question can only be settled at the European level” and that every EU nation must share the burden of resettling third world migrants.

“We still want a European solidarity. There is no reason why only Italy, France, and Germany, broadly speaking, with Greece share this solidarity,” Darmanin said.

The French minister made his remarks shortly before Brussels revealed that a “compulsory solidarity mechanism” would be part of plans to force a Europe-wide asylum and migration system on every country in the bloc.

Sep 25 05:52

Is Australia’s Kim Jong Dan finally on the ropes? An inquiry into his abysmal handling of Covid-19 could signal his demise

The premier of the state of Victoria, who’s instituted some of the most draconian lockdown rules in the world, is under mounting pressure and calls for his resignation are mounting by the day.

There is an old political adage that politicians should never establish an inquiry unless they know the likely outcome.

Evidence presented this week at an inquiry into Victoria’s Covid-19 second wave, established by Premier Dan Andrews, suggests that he may have failed to heed this advice. That evidence was so damning of Andrews that calls for him to resign have reached fever pitch. and the Victorian opposition has foreshadowed a motion of no confidence in him.

Andrews is due to give evidence to the inquiry on Friday, and only an extraordinary performance can end the crisis that has engulfed him.

Sep 25 05:52

Kamala Harris Gives DISASTROUS Interview On "The View" - What Are Democrats Doing?

Sep 25 05:51

MI5 given 'legal' authority to plan and commission crimes

In an unprecedented move undercover agents working for the British Security Service (MI5) and the police are to be given legal permission to commit crimes by way of maintaining their covers.

Under the legislation going before the House of Commons on Thursday (September 24), MI5, the police, the National Crime Agency and other agencies that employ undercover informants will be able to explicitly authorise them to commit crimes in order to progress a secret operation.

The decision to place MI5 criminality on a legal footing follows a major court ruling last year which found that the Security Service had an “implied” power to authorize crimes, even though those involved were not necessarily immune from prosecution.

That convoluted judgement – which only narrowly leaned toward the government’s position – prompted the decision to introduce fresh legislation.

Sep 25 05:51

California plans 2035 ban on the sale of new gasoline powered passenger cars and trucks

California plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035 as the top U.S. auto market shifts to electric vehicles to reduce climate-warming emissions, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Wednesday.

The move is the most significant yet by a U.S. state aimed at ending the use of fossil fuel-burning internal combustion engines, and clashes with the pro-fossil fuel policies of President Donald Trump’s White House.

Sep 25 05:51

UK to join US and Canada in imposing sanctions on Belarus

In keeping with its hardline policy on Belarus’ recent presidential election, the UK is preparing to impose sanctions on Minsk.

The decision was announced by the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, to the House of Commons on Thursday (September 24).

Raab attacked Belarusian President, Alexander Lukashenko, as a leader who has a “wholesale lack of legitimacy”.

Raab reiterated the British government’s position of not accepting the results of last month’s presidential election in Belarus.

Sep 25 05:50

Your Health In A Vax Jab? Brave Doctor Speaks Truth

This is the best I've seen on your health and vaccines and speaking out about what is going on. He is Dr. Leland Stillman and he is very eloquent and well spoken. He admits in 8 months he has only seen 3 patients with the corona virus and one of them was a false positive. Asked about Hydroxychloroquine he says there are no patients to try it on but from others he has heard of the success.

Sep 25 05:50

'Tucker Carlson Tonight' airs never-before-seen footage from deadly Kenosha shooting

Newly released video footage from the night Illinois teenager Kyle Rittenhouse shot and killed two people during unrest in Kenosha, Wis. last month could support the claim that the 17-year-old was being attacked by demonstrators and acted in self-defense.

The footage, provided by a nonprofit organization affiliated with Rittenhouse's defense attorney, was shown on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday and raises questions about the events that led up to the Aug. 28 shooting.

Sep 25 05:49

Russia Calls Upon OPCW To Release Data On Navalny ‘Poisoning’ As Germany Provides ZERO Credible Evidence

Russia’s mission to the OPCW asked Germany to provide all data related to the alleged poisoning of Alexey Navalny and to make it public. After Berlin refused to share any data related to the Navalny affair with Moscow, sending it to the OPCW instead, Russia has reached out to Germany through the organization, the permanent envoy to the chemical weapons watchdog, Aleksandr Shulgin, told RT.

Sep 25 05:49

World's Coolest Cop? Masked BLM Agitators Hurl Insults And Threaten Life Of Black LAPD Officer During Breonna Taylor Protest

A black police officer at a Black Lives Matter rally maintained his composure as demonstrators hurled profanities and taunts at the cop.

Sep 25 05:48

European Commission ‘still does not understand’ solution to illegal migration, Czech PM Babis says after new policy announcement

Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has rejected the new EU migration policy proposal, calling parts of it “nonsense.” Brussels wants countries to admit relocated asylum seekers and also to pay for sending them home.

“At first glance, it seems that the European Commission still does not understand that the solution to illegal migration is to stop illegal migrants when they arrive on European soil,” Babis said.

On Wednesday, Brussels proposed a new “flexible” migration policy. The member states would be given options to admit “some” asylum seekers relocated from other EU countries, to “sponsor” the return of rejected asylum seekers to their countries of behalf of other member states, and to help with “operational” measures.

Sep 25 05:48

Facebook Is Set To Launch Its Oversight Board Ahead Of The US Presidential Election That Will Overrule Decisions About Content On The Platform

Facebook announced its Oversight Board, which will rule over what is allowed or removed from the platform, is launching in October.

Sep 25 05:48

UK’s chief scientific adviser has £600,000 of shares in vaccine maker contracted by govt – reports

UK Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance reportedly holds a bonus of tens of thousands of shares in a pharma giant developing a Covid-19 vaccine for the government. Yet, London says there is no conflict of interest.

Vallance, who also chairs the government’s expert advisory panel on vaccines, appears to have retained over 43,000 shares in GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) – a UK-based multinational pharmaceutical company – worth £600,000, The Telegraph reported.

Sep 25 05:47

Europe’s LOCKDOWN will kill more people worldwide than Covid-19 virus, German minister warns

Anti-coronavirus measures will have significantly more severe consequences than the disease itself, especially in developing countries, Germany’s Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Muller warned.

The grim prognosis was made by the German official in an interview with the Handelsblatt daily. The pandemic has already triggered “one of the biggest” hunger and poverty crises across the world, Muller said – and further damage will be done thanks to the measures taken to battle it.

We expect an additional 400,000 deaths from malaria and HIV this year on the African continent alone, while half a million more will die from tuberculosis.

Sep 25 05:47

Open letter from medical doctors and health professionals to all belgian authorities and all belgian media.

We, Belgian doctors and health professionals, wish to express our serious concern about the evolution of the situation in the recent months surrounding the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We call on politicians to be independently and critically informed in the decision-making process and in the compulsory implementation of corona-measures. We ask for an open debate, where all experts are represented without any form of censorship. After the initial panic surrounding covid-19, the objective facts now show a completely different picture – there is no medical justification for any emergency policy anymore.

The current crisis management has become totally disproportionate and causes more damage than it does any good.

We call for an end to all measures and ask for an immediate restoration of our normal democratic governance and legal structures and of all our civil liberties.

Sep 25 05:46

Russian spy who was accused of murdering Alexander Litvinenko is tasked with heading up the probe into Alexei Navalny's poisoning

The Russian spy who was accused of killing Alexander Litvinenko has been given a major role in the investigation into Alexei Navalny's poisoning.

Sep 25 05:46

Google services including Gmail and Youtube crash for more than 20 MINUTES across the US sparking tens of thousands of complaints

Google platforms including Gmail and YouTube temporarily went down across the United States on Thursday evening, sparking tens of thousands of complaints.

Sep 25 05:45

Fox News won a court case by 'persuasively' arguing that no 'reasonable viewer' takes Tucker Carlson seriously

The judge agreed with Fox's premise, adding that the network "persuasively argues ... that given Mr. Carlson's reputation, any reasonable viewer 'arrive[s] with an appropriate amount of skepticism' about the statements he makes

Sep 25 05:44

Killed by LICORICE: Construction worker, 54, died after eating a bag and a half of the black candy every day for weeks causing his heart to stop, report reveals

A construction worker died after eating too much licorice which caused his heart to stop, doctors say.

The Massachusetts man died aged 54 after eating a bag and a half of licorice every day for several weeks, throwing his nutrients out of balance.

Sep 25 05:42

Law school grad Tiffany Trump wears an all-black outfit and face mask as she pays her respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court - after calling the late justice a 'trailblazer for women in the legal field'

Tiffany Trump paid her respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday after calling her a 'trailblazer for women in the legal field' in a social media tribute.

Sep 25 05:42

'We're getting fat, and we're getting sicker': Whole Foods CEO says COVID deaths are higher in the US because Americans are piling on the pounds

The CEO of Whole Foods Market says the US is experiencing more COVID-19-related deaths because Americans are fatter and unhealthier than the rest of the world.

Sep 25 05:40

Two dead and 50 infected with COVID-19 after superspreader karaoke night in Florida

Two people are dead and at least 50 Floridians are infected with COVID-19 after a social club hosted a series of 'superspreader' events in August.

Sep 25 05:39

Move it or lose it! Seattle cop wheels a bike over the HEAD of a protester lying in the middle of road during Breonna Taylor demo

A Seattle cop was caught on cellphone footage violently pushing a bike over the head of a protester Wednesday night, as demonstrations erupted nationwide in the wake of the grand jury decision to not bring murder charges against officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.