Last week, Sheriff Joe Lombardo reported that law enforcement recovered hundreds of photos of child pornography from the computer of Stephen Paddock, the man said to be the Las Vegas shooter. Several prostitutes who knew Paddock came forward after the shooting and reported the violent nature of his sexual deviancy. Investigative reporter, Jake Morphonios, speculates that the FBI knew of Paddock’s sexual issues and may have extorted him to work for the agency in return for not being sent to prison. Stephen’s brother, Bruce, was arrested in Los Angeles last October on charges of possessing child pornography. A third brother, Eric, has admitted that he and his brothers were “bad kids” and have criminal secrets.
The Paddock brothers own two homes in northern California that are very close to the edge of Bohemian Grove, a 2,700-acre wooded area used for secret meetings and occult rituals. It has been reported by victims that pedophilia and homosexuality are rampant during these events. One survivor says children have been abused and even killed at Bohemian Grove. [Is it a mere coincidence that three brothers who are deeply involved in child pornography just happen to own two homes near the edge of the Bohemian Grove? If it is not a coincidence, what might the connection be to the FBI and the Las Vegas Shooting? Knowing that government agencies do, indeed, use tactics like those described to coerce people into doing their dirty work, it is not unreasonable to consider these questions. However, we must be aware that, at present, this is still just speculation without conclusive evidence.] -GEG
Trump has ordered the Pentagon to prepare the US military to deploy domestically inside the US. As the violence escalates, people will welcome the military. Minnesota is using ‘contact tracing’ techniques to track rioters – and then everybody.
Every state has plans for contact tracing. In Washington state, where contact tracing is said to be voluntary, non-compliant individuals may be sent to prison and fined up to $2,000 per day for non-compliance.
The NYPD said that several officers sustained injuries, including one who was struck in the head with a garbage can and another who was punched in the face. Protesters shut down the street around police headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri.
Riots broke out in Minneapolis, and fire crews responded to 30 intentionally set blazes during the protests, including at least 16 structure fires. Violence spread a few miles away to a Target store in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood where police said 50 to 60 people rushed the store attempting to loot it.
Trump’s executive order can be reversed by his successor when he leaves office, therefore, Congress should pass a law against censorship. But it won’t because politicians accept generous campaign contributions from big tech.
Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx relied on bogus computer models to frighten politicians into shutting down the country. Last week, after 39-million Americans lost their jobs, Fauci acknowledged that staying closed could cause “irreparable damage!” [Every school child in the country could figure that out, so why did he do it?
Church pastor Jerry Waldrop filed a lawsuit against the city of Holly Springs, alleging police officers had disrupted Easter service, and some believe that the fire was set by people who support the lockdown.
JP Morgan CEO Jaime Dimon acknowledged that the stock market is rising only because the Fed is using taxpayer dollars to save large companies. These bailouts are rewarding bad behavior by banks and their favored businesses, and it is creating massive debt that will destroy the nation.
While Bill Gates was spreading panic over the coronavirus and pushing for a 3-month lockdown, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was buying up tech stock, such as Apple, Amazon, Google-parent Alphabet, and Twitter, all of which did a booming business during the lockdown.
Twitter “fact-checked” President Trump when he criticized universal mail-in voting that can be easily corrupted.
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Finland’s Supreme Court upheld the three-year prison term sentence for the rape of a ten-year old girl by a 23-year old asylum seeker, Juusuf Muhamed Abbudin, whose country of origin was withheld. The man had sexual intercourse with the girl in the yard of a deserted apartment block. The court didn’t recognize the incident as rape, saying the girl wasn’t forced into the sexual act or overcome by fear. The judges ordered the man to pay the child $3,600.
Farnsworth says that Arizona state agencies “lost” 550 children last year. About half of those are categorized as runaways and the other half are attributed to errors in record keeping. He says he fears the children may have been abducted and sold to a global sex-trafficking ring.