Monday, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, tweeted a video of Washington Post reporter Aaron Davis attempting to ambush the group’s imminent undercover bombshell video on the paper.
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BitConnect has closed down its lending and trading platform. Many have called it a ponzi-scheme, because people would loan the anonymously-run site money in exchange for exorbitant interest, depending on the length of the loan. BitConnect’s platform was a multi-level referral system. The site claimed it earned revenue from day-trading crypto coins. The company blamed the closure on bad press, two cease-and-desist letters from securities authorities on the basis that it lacked proper registration, and perpetual DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attacks on its servers. […]
A review of a classified document outlining what is described as extensive abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) was made available to all members of the House on Thursday. Those familiar with the content believe it is so explosive that it could lead to the removal of senior officials in the FBI and Department of Justice and could put an end to Mueller’s investigation of Russian collusion. Representative Lee Zeldin is demanding the memo to be released to the public immediately. […]
Megan Squire created software to keep tabs on 400,000 Facebook accounts of conservatives. Squire developed the software for the hard-left with the admitted goal of getting right-wing patriots fired from their jobs an even possibly killed. Antifa has been known to assault anyone they believe to be a member of the Alt-Right. Her software is being used, not just to target racists, but to endanger those who are simply outspoken conservatives. Squire is building a database for a group that uses violence against anyone they choose to label as a “fascist” – which is anyone who opposes their agenda. […]
President Trump posted the “winners” of the 2017 Fake-News Awards on Wednesday, crashing the GOP.com website because the story was so popular. The top prize went to economist Paul Krugman of the New York Times who claimed on the day of Trump’s victory that the economy would never recover. The other Fake-News winners are equally impressive. […]
Conrado Miranda, a former senior software engineer for Twitter, says that Twitter acts in accordance with Terms-of-Service agreements with foreign governments – notably China – and routinely bans users at their request. He also revealed that China often will hack Twitter if it fails to comply with the request. […]
As many as 100 college campuses are providing places where students can report other students for ‘bias incidents’ in which they say something “offensive” on social media. [The known effect of this activity is the isolation of individuals, the creation of mistrust, the inability to form into groups capable of challenging authority, and the creation of a volunteer secret police. It’s pure collectivism.] […]
The tradition of a close-knit family has been shattered by the collectivist mindset that now dominates the British culture. Nine-million people, 14% of the population, are without regular contact with close friends or family, which makes them lonely, indeed. A study of this problem concludes it has been brought about by welfare, anti-family feminism, and public housing. The government is launching a massive program to solve this problem. [How? By more of the same that caused it, of course.] […]
Canadian professor of psychology, Dr. Jordan Peterson, while being interviewed about his defense of free speech, is asked by a TV host: “Why should your right to freedom of speech trump a trans person’s right not to be offended?” He responded: “Because in order to be able to think, you have to risk being offensive. Look at the conversation we’re having right now. You’re certainly willing to risk offending me in the pursuit of truth. Why should you have the right to do that?” The TV host was left with no response. […]
The rice exposed to affectionate human intentions became only slightly discolored with age, while the jar of rice treated with threatening intentions became filled with mold, condensation, and rot. Rice that was completely ignored responded with modest condensation and small spots of mold. Unless there is fraud in this experiment, it indicates that emotions and intent can have a much stronger impact on living things, including us and those around us, than ever imagined possible. […]
A disturbing video shows thousands (literally) of tents and shacks where homeless people are living along the Santa Ana River Trail in Orange County, an upscale area in California. More than 25% of the nation’s homeless population now lives in California. Most sleep on the streets, under bridges, and tucked away in fields and parks. This video will haunt you. […]
California has the highest poverty rate in the US, based on the cost of housing, food, utilities, and clothing. With 12% of the American population, California is home to about one in four of the nation’s welfare recipients. The welfare state, supported by a massive bureaucracy of 883,000 full-time state and local employees, is incentivized to expand its ‘customer’ base by bringing in more and more welfare recipients, which includes illegal aliens. In short, California is the poverty capital of America because it is ruled by collectivists. […]
University of North Carolina anthropology professor, Dwayne Dixon, admitted chasing chasing James Alex Fields, Jr. with a rifle, causing Fields to drive into a crowd of other Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters, resulting in one death and dozens of injuries. The media was quick to brand Field’s actions as terrorism but, according to authorities, Fields expressed remorse and shock after the incident, asking “Are they okay?”, suggesting the tragedy was not intended but a result of fleeing from Professor Dixon and his rifle. […]
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