Sarah Leigh “Reality” Winner, the 25-year-old federal contractor who was arrested on Saturday for leaking classified information to the media, says: “Being white is terrorism.” She confessed to leaking a top-secret NSA document that allegedly deals with Russian hacking. There is reason to question both the leak and the arrest. Winner’s posts on social-media reveal that she is a radical leftist and an outspoken hater of Donald Trump, which may be her motive for releasing classified documents that, according to the media, show collusion between Trump and the Russians. So far, however, there have been no details released that actually support that claim. At this point, the primary effect of Winner’s arrest is yet another wave of anti-Trump ‘news’, and its timing tends to divert attention away from DNC corruption and the murder of Seth Rich. If she is let off the hook for her crime, it will be a dead giveaway that the event was staged for impact on public opinion. We shall see. –GEG
Reality Leigh Winner, the 25-year-old federal contractor who was arrested on Saturday for leaking classified information to the media, is a #Resistance activist who believes “being white is terrorism.”
Despite police admitting that such incidents are not crimes, the incidents are still logged on a system and can show up during a background check when applying for work, and could prevent the accused from getting jobs; nearly 120,000 ‘hate incidents’ have been recorded.
The High Court ruled that it was unlawful when police visited a man at his work place about his tweets and told him that a non-crime “hate incident” would be recorded. The court found the actions of the police interfered with the man’s right to freedom of expression.
The study stated, “In general, the characteristics of patients who died were in line with the early warning model for predicting mortality…” It appears that the new 2019-nCoV coronavirus is no more dangerous than common viral pneumonia that was found in each of the patients studied.
A tentative settlement awarding $25 million to Weinstein’s alleged victims has been reached to resolve nearly all lawsuits stemming from the scandal. However, Weinstein would not have to pay anything as the studio’s insurance companies would cover the cost.
National police forces of 10 EU member states are calling to create a system of interlinked facial recognition databases in addition to Prüm, the EU-wide database-cross-referencing system that already allows for all-at-once scanning of individual DNA, fingerprint, and vehicle registration databases.
It is theorized that Mattia, who is considered the first patient to fall ill from the coronavirus in the area, may have contracted the virus from his manager who returned to Italy from China on January 21. However, the manager still shows no signs of the virus.
ICE agents arrested two repeat-offender Mexican nationals at Sonoma County Court despite a California law prohibiting federal agens from making arrests at courthouses without a warrant from a judge. ICE claims it doesn’t matter what laws California put in place, because they don’t nullify federal immigration laws.
Zimmerman is going after Democrat presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren for their remarks on Twitter that USA Today said were made “for political gain in misguided and malicious attempts to bolster their standings amongst African-American voters, all at Zimmerman’s expense.”
Three trains derailed in February after a far-left extremist website called on fellow extremists to sabotage the trains in support of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation anti-pipeline protests. Such protests have crippled Canada’s rail system.
In 2018, Bayer bought Monsanto, a manufacturer of dicamba herbicide, for $63-billion, and, therefore, now holds Monsanto’s liability. Internal emails indicated that Monsanto refused to test the product for safety so they could claim that there was no evidence of a health risk.
Haney was ordered in 2009 by the Obama administration to purge DHS records of all information on Muslim Brotherhood terror networks and activities.
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Portland cancelled the 82nd Avenue of Roses Parade and Carnival after Antifa, a Communist group, threatened to physically attack the Multnomah County Republicans who were planning to march in the parade. Antifa said they would assemble 200 followers to carry out the threat. Instead of defending citizens’ right to hold a peaceful parade, the city council and mayor canceled the event.
Bret Weinstein, a biology professor for 15 years at The Evergreen State College, has been targeted for a forced resignation. He claims that he was threatened by students who are protesting against racism. Weinstein objected to the students’ demand that white people leave campus on a designated day to comply with a protest.